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May 23, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

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10 Friday, May 23, 1986



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ADL Applauds Berman


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Gov. James Blanchard and Rep. Maxine Berman con er over some
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ADL Annual Legislative Day
Defamation League publicly was coordinated by Deena
thanked Rep. Maxine Berman Lockman and Gene Farber.
(D-64th District) for her House Board members came from De-
Bill 4513 signed into law May 1. troit, Lansing, Greenwood,
The bill requires colleges to Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo,
disclose grants and contracts in Saginaw, Flint and other subur-
excess of $100,000, and to dis- ban Oakland County com-
close conditions, subjects, per- munities.
sons or groups benefiting, where
those funds come from foreign
entities (persons, corporations,
foundations, associations or gov-
Jackier Leads
ernments). Co-sponsors of the
bill were: Representatives Le-
land, Gubow, Honigman,
Brotherton, Miller, Cherry, Jon-
dahl, Hickner and Emerson.
Rep. Berman thanked Flint Sen.
Joseph Conroy for his help in
getting the bill through the
State Senate.
ADL's presentation took place
in connection with the first an-
nual "official" Legislative Day,
held in Lansing, attracting more
than 75 legislators, aides, de-
partment heads and executive
office staff.
Stuart M. Lockman, president
of the Michigan Regional Advi-
sory Board, welcomed the as-
sembled legislators. In remarks
delivered to the assembly,
Lockman said "There probably
is not a school system in the
state which does not or has not
used ADL materials. We are
without doubt best known for Lawrence Jackier
fact-finding and information on
extremist, hate and anti-
Detroiter Lawrence S. Jackier
democratic forces in the country; will lead the United Jewish Ap-
ADL is clearly identified as an peal's "Chazak" community
opponent of the National Demo- leadership mission to Israel,
cratic Policy Committee — the Sept. 21-Oct. 1.
The mission is part of "Cele-
LaRouchites of the old U.S.
Labor Party — and virtually all bration '87," the 1987 UJA
of the public exposure of that Campaign Opening Celebration
group is either ADL produced or in Israel.
As part of the Celebration '87,
generated. There will be not less
than ten LaRouchites_ running the Jewish Welfare Federation
is joining UJA in sponsoring the
for Congress and governor.
"We care about Israel, about annual President's Mission to
separation of church and state, Israel and Poland, Sept. 17-21.
about human rights, about The pre-mission to Poland will
human welfare, and of course be led by Allied Jewish Cam-
civil rights. We train police offi- paign Chairmen Paul D. Bor-
cers, clergy, public school man and Emery I. Klein for
teachers • and administrators, Campaign contributors of
university faculty, corporate $10,000 or more.
For mission information, call
presidents and officials, gov-
ernment functionaries and stu-
Barbara Satinsky at Federation,
dents and parents.


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