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March 25, 1988 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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redemption in our own day?'
This new version of the
traditional favorite is design-
ed to be sung at the Seder
along with the original ver-
sion. It also lends itself to con-
gregational singing im-
mediately during Passover
and during services
celebrating Israel's 40th
anniversary.
Dayenu is printed in a con-
venient triptych, with
parallel columns presenting
the English and Hebrew ver-
sions, as well as a full
transliteration.
Copies are available in
single and bulk orders from
CLAL, 421 Seventh Avenue,
New York, N.Y. 10001.

Mapam's Granot
Back From China

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Mapam party's secretary
general, Elazar Granot,
returned from a ten-day visit
to China claiming, "We have
opened the door and taken
the first step."
Granot was the first
member of a Zionist party
ever invited to the People's
Republic of China. He was ac-
companied by Marek Gefen,
editor of the Mapam
newspaper Al Hamishmar.
They were the guests of the
Association for Improving In-
ternational Relations, an
organization formed by the
Chinese Communist Party in
1981. China has no
diplomatic relations with
Israel.
Granot said they had been
"treated like kings" and with
exceptional warmth.
Meanwhile, Mapam
Knesset member Victor
Shemtov announced his
retirement from the Knesset
Monday, ending a 26-year
career as a parliamentarian
and government minister. His
Knesset seat will be taken by
Gad Yatziv, a Jerusalem
sociologist and former
Mapam political secretary.

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Envoy Denies
PLO Visit

New York (JTA) — A report
that the U.S. ambassador to
the United Nations met in
Tunisia March 5 with a
senior leader of the Palestine
Liberation Organization was
denied by the envoy, Vernon
Walters, as well as the State
Department and the U.S. Mis-
sion to the United Nations.
CBS News reported that
Walters met a PLO leader in
a private home in a coastal
town near Tunis, the Tuni-
sian capital. CBS attributed
the information to top PLO
officials.

My heartfelt gratitude and appre-
ciation to numerous friends and
relatives for their expressions of en-
couragement and concern during my
recent illness.

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