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November 24, 1978 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-24

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t 647-2367
GALS'I
f'4 GOLDEN
-

ARRY FREEDMA1

rcheitra and Entertainment

Political Scientist Prof. Raymond Tanter-
to Address AJCongress Luncheon-Meeting

Prof. Raymond Tanter of
the University of Michigan
Political Science Depart-

Jewelry

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Accessories & Gifts

delivery service

gift wrapping free

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in precious metal and stones

see

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at

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in the Racquetiene Center

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ment will address the
, American Jewish Congress,
at a luncheon meeting noon
Dec. 3 at Stouffer's Restau-
rant.
Dr. Tanter will deal with
the implications of the Iran
situation and its economic,
political and military
ramifications; how these
events affect Israel's secu-
rity, her oil supply and their
impact on the prospects for
Middle East peace.
Dr. Tanter is a nationally
recognized expert on the
Middle East. He is associate
chairmah of the political
science department at the
U-M where he teaches'
courses in American
foreign policy.
He has served on the
editorial boards of "Mid-
dle East Review" and
"International Rela-
tions," as well as on the
executive committee of
American Professors for
Peace in the Middle East.
He is a member of the
advisory committee for -
policy research and
analysis of the U.S. Na-
tional Science- Founda-
tion and has lectured ex-
tensively throughout the
world, including to the
Israeli Foreign-Ministry.
He has served as visiting
professor at Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem and at
Tel Aviv University. He has
also spent time in Iran and
is an authority on oil and
armaments and their rela-
tionship to peace and world
politics. _
Prof. Tantr also has done
research in Middle East
Programs at the Hoover In-
stitute at Stanford Univer-
sity and serves as a consul-

L.A. Food Co-Op

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
A food co-op established by
the Jewish Federation-
Council is now being used
by 100 elderly Jewish resi-
dents each week to buy
fresh fruits and vegetables.

tant to the Rand Corp. He
has been an adviser to the
U.S. Defense Department
and to UNESCO.
There is a charge for
luncheon. • Prepaid reserva-
tion deadline is Thursday.
For information, call the
AJCongress, 357-2766; or
Mrs. Sam Fink, program
chairman, 851-7550.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 24, 1918 53

Reconstructionists

-Are- Increasing

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two new congregations in
New Jersey bring to 27 the
number of Reconstruc-
tionist synagogues in the
U.S.

The movement now in-
cludes 6,500-7,000 families
in the synagogues and eight
havurot in Colorado, New
York, California, Mary-
land, Florida, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania and Illinois.

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