Max Fisher to Receive the R.h.a. Layman of the Year Award
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Max Fisher to Receive the R.h.a. Layman of the Year Award

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Religious Heritage of America announced today that it would confer its 1967 Layman of the Year Award on Max M. fisher, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, The announcement was made by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, chairman of the RHA Awards Committee. Mr. Fisher will receive the award at the organization’s annual awards banquet at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on June 29.

Religious Heritage of America is a national, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization founded in 1951 to combat the decline of religious values and increase general knowledge of the nation’s religious heritage; to encourage the application of religious principles to all aspects of daily life and to encourage personal rededication to spiritual values.

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