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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-09

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RINKE CADILLAC
86 Years And Still Delivering

BREAK

Cohn-Haddow
Hosts Screening

The Cohn-Haddow Center for
Judaic Studies at Wayne State
University will screen a documentary
The Eternal Road, with commentary
by Dr. Guy Stern, WSU professor of
German.
The free program will take place at
3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 18, at Baldwin
Public Library, 300 W. Merrill,
Birmingham. Light refreshments will
follow.
While filming his father's return to
his hometown in Germany, filmmak-
er Ron Frank began documenting
the restaging of the musical drama

The Eternal Road.
This pageant was first staged in
1937 in New York City. It was
intended to symbolize the threatened
condition of the Jews in Nazi
Germany.

Breakfast Honors
Rev. King's Work

The American Jewish Committee
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter and
the Detroit Urban League will
cosponsor the All
Peoples Breakfast in
honor of the late
Rev. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.
The breakfast will
be at 8 a.m.
Monday, Jan. 19, at
the Urban League,
King
208 Mack Ave. at
John R, Detroit.
The breakfast will feature a
roundtable discussion on "Detroit's
Road Map to Coolness." Featured
will be David Farbman, president
and CEO of the Farbman Group;
Linda V. Parker, director of the
Michigan Department of Civil
Rights; and Chauncey Mayfield,
president of Mayfield, Gentry LLC.
A representative from the Detroit
Economic Growth Corp. will partic-
ipate.
There is no charge; reservations
are required. To respond, call (248)
646-7686 or (313) 832-4600.

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