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May 05, 1989 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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BUSINESS

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"I look for
managers who
HOWARD STONE, presi-
Academy for 1989.
dent of Packaging Concepts
have courage,
DAVID A. STULBERG, a
and Design of Madison
financial consultant at Mer-
Heights
was
recently
elected
energy, internal
rill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner
president of the National Tex-
and Smith, Inc., has been
tile
Bag
and
Packaging
motivation, a
elected as one of the firm's
Association.
five senior vice presidents for
The association is compris-
d o-what-it-takes
investments.
ed of 150 companies engaged
in agricultural and industrial
attitude, and both packaging.
FRANKLIN SAVINGS
BANK opened its Bir-
technical skills
SHEILA SLOAN, president
mingham Branch this week
Southfield-based Sheila
at 479 S. Woodward.
and people skills. of Sloan
Public Relations, Inc.,
Birmingham is Franklin's
has been elected treasurer of
third regional branch, joining
A good manager the Greater Detroit Public forces with Southfield and
Relations Counselor's
Grosse Pointe Woods.
can synthesize
I NEWS I
input from all
different areas
U.S. Favors Elections
and decide what
Despite Arab Disfavor
is the right thing
Washington (JTA) — The
made part of an agreement
United States tried last week
for an Israeli withdrawal from
to do."
to put the best face on a state-
the territories.

Douglas McDonald

Vice President
DeanWitter Reynolds Inc.

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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1989

ment released by 80 Palesti-
nian leaders rejecting Israel's
call for elections in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
"The fact that Palestinians
inside and outside of the West
Bank and Gaza are debating
and discussing the election
idea is a positive and healthy
sign," State Department
spokeswoman Margaret Tut-
wiler said at her daily
briefing.
"We are only at the begin-
ning of a process," Tutwiler
said. In particular, "the
details of an elections pro-
posal need to be elaborated."
Tutwiler was commenting
on reports of an underground
leaflet circulating in the ter-
ritories and signed by leading
Palestinian academics,
business leaders, journalists,
doctors and engineers.
The document rejects Yit-
zhak Shamir's call for Palesti-
nian elections, which the
Israeli prime minister has
said would allow Palestinians
to choose representatives to
negotiate an interim period of
autonomy with Israel.
Instead, the leaflet insists
that Israel begin negotiations
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization and take part in
an international Middle East
peace conference, both of
which the government
adamantly opposes.
The document also calls for
a U.N.-supervised withdrawal
of Israeli forces from the ter-
ritories before any election
could take place, the Pbst said.

The document took a much
more rejectionist tone than a
statement made earlier in the
week by Salah Khalaf, a
deputy to PLO leader Yassir
Arafat, that the PLO would
accept elections if they were

Despite Israeli efforts to
play down the significance of
the Palestinian rejection of
the election plans, the govern-
ment is pushing Israeli
leaders to provide plans to im-
plement the elections.
These include Who would be
eligible to run, whether the
elections would be area-wide
or municipally based,
whether East Jerusalem
residents could vote and what

The leaflet insists
that Israel begin
negotiations with
the Palestine
Liberation
Organization.

linkage would connect the
elections to a sustained peace
process.
Several ad hoc teams within
the government have begun
to flesh out elements of
Shamir's peace initiative,
which he presented to
Secretary of State James
Baker and President Bush
earlier this month in
Washington.
Shamir has not yet ap-
pointed a special ministerial
panel to formulate the
specifics of the Israeli plan.
But separate groups have
already been formed in the
Foreign Ministry and in the
Prime Minister's office, under
senior officials, to study
various elements of the
package.
Meanwhile, Israeli leaders
have privately predicted that
rejection of the elections pro-
posal last week by West Bank
Palestinians will not be their
last word on the issue.

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