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January 20, 1989 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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Dr. Giles also marveled at
the advance in communica-
tions which made the telecast
possible, noting, "To be receiv-
ing information such as this
simultaneously with others
in American Jewish leader-
ship on such short notice
would have been unheard of
only two years ago."

Netanyahu's CJF broadcast
was not an attempt to ad-
vocate one side of Israeli opi-
nion, said Donald Feldstein,
associate executive vice presi-
dent of the CJF, but was in-
stead an informational broad-
cast by a popular Israeli
figure for the benefit of
federation leaders.

Gazit Scheduled
As DZF Scholar

Major General Shlomo
Gazit of the Jaffee Center for
Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv
University has been selected
1989 Scholar-in-Residence for
the Detroit Zionist
Federation.
Norman Naimark, DZF
president, said Gazit will be
in the Detroit area March
20-April 1, speaking before
Jewish and non-Jewish
audiences.
Gazit was coordinator of
government operations in the
administered territories from
1967-74. He was director of
military intelligence from
1974-79, president of Ben-
Gurion University in Beer-
sheva from 1981-85, and the
director general of the Jewish
Agency from 1985 until he
assumed his present position
in 1988.
He is the author of
numerous articles, including
"Early Attempts at
Establishing West Bank
Autonomy," and a book, The
Stick and the Carrot, publish-
ed in Hebrew in 1985.
Gazit will speak on the
Arab Middle East, the Israeli
defense establishment, the
administered territories, the

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the Arab-Israeli conflict, the
Israeli Negev, universities
and higher education in
Israel, the Jewish Agency and
the World Zionist movement
facing the 21st century.
Co-chairmen of the scholar
program are Karen A. Katz
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American Zionist Federation
in cooperation with the World
Zionist Organization.
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Women Sponsoring
Kosher Awareness

Avigayil Sawilowsky wants
everyone to know how easy it
is to keep kosher.
So she continually plans
awareness programs for the
community no matter where
she resides.
While living in Tampa,
Sawilowsky launched kosher
awareness week in a local
supermarket by presenting a
slide show and a special ex-
hibit with samples of many
kosher products.
The event was a success, so
she opted for a similar one
when she moved to the
Detroit area almost two years
ago. About 1,500 people at-
tended last April's kosher

food and Judaica crafts fair at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. The event was
co-sponsored by The Jewish
News and The Jewish Welfare
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit.
Most recently, Sawilowsky
chaired the Lubavitch
Women's Organization's first
Kashrus Awareness Week
here on Wednesday and
Thursday.
As part of the program,
kosher foods and cleaning
supplies were displayed at the
Farmer Jack supermarket at
Maple and Orchard Lake
roads in West Bloomfield. A

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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