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February 17, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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Friday, Feburary 11, 1984

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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(Bnai Brith Activities]

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BRITH
BNAI
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT will have a dele-
gates meeting 7:45 a.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.

The Presidents' birthdays deserve special notice
With exotic flowers, like the rhododendron and the lotus.
With special drinks, like ginger ale and lemonade
And dozens of Kosher dairy products made for you by Farm Maid!

* * *

CENTENNIAL LODGE
will meet 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the "Elbow Room,"
16400 North Park P1.,
Southfield. Alan Yost,
executive director of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, will
present an audio-visual
program based on his con-
tacts with Russian Jews

Enjoy, enjoy, with everything Kosher
From the finest dairy in the mid-west
Kosher certified by Metro Kashruth Council

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FREE PARKING

Journalist Gavriel Cifrony
Is DZF Scholar-in-Residence

2823 Coolidge Hwy., Berkley
Between Catalpa & 12 Mile Rd.

10 AM to 7 PM

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during his recent trip to the
Soviet Union. Wives and
guests are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.

* * *

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will meet 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 28 in the Laurel Woods
Apts. club house. Guest
speaker will be Rev. James
R. Lyons, director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.
Dessert and coffee will be
served. All are welcome.
Admission is free. For in-
formation, call Ralph Mil-
ler, 647-5362, evenings; or
Jerry Friedman, 545-2888
or 626-2903, evenings.

New Haggada

NEW YORK — A new
Passover Haggada, printed
and bound in Jerusalem, is
being made available in the
U.S. by Keter, Inc. Edited
and translated into English
by Eliav ben-Aharon, the
"Eretz Israel Passover Hag-
gada" is illustrated by
survivor
Holocaust
Shemuel Katz. Katz, an
award - winning Israeli ar-
tist, uses folkloric and tradi-
tional Jewish themes in his
art.

Israeli journalist Gavriel
Cifrony will be the Detroit
Zionist Federation's
scholar-in-residence for
1984.
Cifrony will be in the De-
troit area to speak to organ-
izations from Feb. 28 to
March 11. Groups in-
terested in having Cifrony
as a guest speaker should
contact the DZF, 353-8828.
Among the topics he will
cover during his visit here
are: The Role of Politics in
Theater, the Middle East
and the Superpowers, Jour-
nalism: An International
Perspective, The Israeli
Political Scene, The
Israeli-Arab Conflict, Arabs
in Israel and the Christian
Community in Israel.
Cifrony is a free-lance
journalist and frequently
contributes to Maariv.
Previously, he was a
correspondent for Lon-
don Daily Telegraph and
the New York Herald
Tribune. He is the former
editor of the Israeli
newspaper Haboker.
A founder of the Israel In-
terfaith League, Cifrony
also is a founding member of
the Asian Press Organiza-
tion and former vice chair-

GAVRIEL CIFRONY

man of the Pan-Asian
Union.
Some of his other affilia-
tions include the State
School for Theater Arts and
Cinematography of which
he is chairman; Al-Sam, the
national association
against dangerous drugs, of
which he is chairman; and
adviser to the emergency
rations division of the
Ministry of Defense.
Cifrony has pursued
advanced studies in east-
ern history at the Ameri-
can University of Beirut.
He is the former director
general of the Habima Na-
tional Theater.

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