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January 14, 1972 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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Envoy's Analysis to Launch M.E. Institute

ZIT-Broth, •minister Of informa-
tion for the Israel Embassy in
Washington, will be the first
speaker in a three-part lecture
series to begin 8 p.m. Thursday
at Cong. Shaarey- Zedek.
The series is under the sponsor-
ship of the Layman's Institute on
the Middle East.
Brosh will -speak on "The UN,
the U. S. and the USSR: An Is-
raeli View?! including in his talk
implications of President Nixon's
forthcoming trip to the Soviet
Union.

Prior ti his current appoint.
ment, Brash served as Israel
ambassador to Burma and minis-
ter to Ceylon. He has held a
number pi foreign office posts
and is a former political com-
mentator for the Israel Broad-
casting Seriices.
Dr. Max Lichter, president of

tute series will be held 8 p.m. Feb. dicated columnist and author of dress is entitled, "A Democratic
14 at Shaarey Zedek. Dr. Nasrollah "The Other America" will be the Socialist Looks at the Middle East.

Fatemi, dean of the graduate guest speaker. Harrington's ad-
school of Fairleigh Dickenson Uni-
versity and former UN delegate
from Iran, will speak on "The New Immigration Centers
to Accommodate 1,500
Arab World and Israel."
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Five new
The final program will be held immigration centers have been es-
7:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Jewish tablished by the Jewish Agency's
Center. Michael Harrington, syn- immigration and absorption depart-
ment because of the growing in-
flux. They contain space for 1,500
persons.
All the new centers are in ex-
isting buildings rented by the
Jewish Agency. Geographically,
they extend from 40 miles south of
Tel Aviv almost to the Lebanese
border in the north.

Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Hubert J.
Sidlow, president of the Jewish
Community Council; and Irving
Tukel, treasurer of the Detroit
Chapter, American Jewish Com-
mittee, will assist with the pro-
gram.
The second lecture in the insti-

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