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August 09, 1985 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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Friday, August 9, 1 5 17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Detroit Committee
for the

Weizmann Institute of Science

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

requests the pleasure of your company at a
dinner honoring

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CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

the last of the presidential
advisors who also served as
links with the Jewish com-
munity. At least seven pre-
ceded them.
In the F.D.R. White House,
it was Samuel Rosenman
and David Niles, who con-
tinued on into the Truman
years. Maxwell Rabb, who
wab Eisnhower's assistant
campaign manager, served
as the President's assistant
on a broad range of adminis-
trative matters and also
helped link the White House
with the Jewish community.
Ted Sorensen was Jack Ken-
nedy's special counsel and in-
formal liaison with American
Jewry. Myer Feldman served
as deputy special counsel to
Presidents Kennedy and
Johnson. Harry McPherson,
Johnson's special assistant
and counsel, although not
Jewish, served effectively as
the President's liaison with
the Jewish community, And
Leonard Garment, who is
Jewish, performed the func-
tion for Nixon,
"My own role," said Gar-
ment, "was minimum wage
in the sense that most of the
actual work was done by
Max Fisher (Detroiter and
an official of the Republican
National Jewish Coalition),
although he wasn't in the
government , It was part of a
larger advisory job, There
were other things that I did,
basically in a domestic policy
area, I had a range of rela-
tionships in the administra-
tion that made it possible for
me to be more effective in
this particular area,"
Garment, who was general
counsel to Richard Nixon,
feels that the liaison job
should not be narrowly de-
fined. Most of the people who
have held the position
agree."My concept of the
job," said Garment, "is some-
body who works very well

with the presidential staff
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self, and therefore has func-
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