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March 30, 1979 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Project Renewal Topic for Seniors

Larry Gormezano, a
o planning associate for the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
will speak at a meeting of
the Jewish Community
Center's Senior Adult
Council 2 p.m. April 6 at the
10 Mile branch of the Cen-
ter.

Dessert will be served,
and a slide presentation on
Project Renewal, the mas-
sive social reconstruction
plan for Israel's distressed
neighborhoods, will be
shown. The meeting is co-
sponsored by the Metropoli-
tan Division of the Allied

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Jewish Center Culture
Club, Jewish Community
Center Mothers Club, Re-
tired Men's Recreation
Club and other affiliated
senior adult groups. Ed-
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president.
Representatives
of
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organizations
throughout the Detroit area
are invited.
For information, contact
Bertha Chomsky, 965-3939.

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AJCommittee's Tanenbaum
to Address Flint Jewry

Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
baum, national interreli-
gious affairs director of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, will speak 8 p.m. April 8
at Cong. Beth Israel.
The talk is sponsored by
the Community Relations
Committee of the Flint
Jewish Community Coun-
cil. The committee is under
the chairmanship of Jack
Stanzler.
A pioneering leader and
thinker in interreligious re-
lations and social justice
movements during the last
25 years, Rabbi Tanenbaum
was voted one of the 10 most
respected and influential
religious leaders in
America in a poll of Ameri-
can religious newspaper
editors.
In February 1978 he
was invited by the Inter-
national Rescue Commit-

Dr. Daniel B. Litvin,
assistant professor of
physics at the Berks Cam-
pus of Pennsylvania State
University, was in Kiryat
Anavim, Israel, this week to
deliver a paper at the eighth
international colloquium on
group theory in physics.
Dr. Litvin's paper was
entitled, "Wreath Products
and the Symmetry of In-
commensurate Crystals."
Dr. Litvin earned a Na-
tional Science Foundation
International Travel Award
to enable him to attend the
colloquium.
He was graduated from
the Technion-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology in Haifa.

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tee to join in a delegation
of prominent American
leaders to carry out a
fact-finding investigation
of the plight of Viet-
namese "boat people" in
Thailand, the Philip-
pines, Malaysia and Sin-
gapore.
He served as the Ameri-
can Jewish adviser to the
1978 NBC-TV nine-hour
special "The Holocaust."
Earlier he was consultant to
the NBC-TV special "Jesus
of Nazareth," scheduled for
rebroadcast in April.

Rabbi Tanenbaum is a
founder and co-secretary of
Joint Vatican-
International Jewish Con-
sultative Committee and a
similar liaison body with
the World of Council of
Churches. He was the only
rabbi at Vatican Council H.

Ex-Detroiter Daniel Litvin
Delivers Lecture in Israel

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Friday, March 30, 1919 41

Hold Purim Party

The Lapeer Visiting
Committee of the Flint
Jewish Community Council
sponsored a Purim party at
the Oakdale Center March
16. Accompanying Esther
Harris, chairman, were:
Sarah Akner, Blanche
Dunayer, Bessie Ring' and
Faririie " " °

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COMMUNITY) Peace Proponent
CALENDAR

Saturday — Cong. Beth
Israel kidush in honor of
Leo Binder's 90th birthday,
following 9 a.m. services;
and Temple Beth El Sister-
hood auction, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood Passover In-
atitute; Temple Beth El Sis-
terhood board meeting,
noon; and Bnai Brith meet-
ing, 8 p.m.; River Valley
club house.
Wednesday — Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood luncheon,
noon.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El;
Cong. Beth Israel board
meeting, 8 p.m.; and JWVA
meeting, 8 p.m.

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Rabbi Bruce Cohen, di-
rector of"Interns for Peace,"
will speak 8 p.m. at Temple
Beth El.
"Interns for Peace" is a
new program for fostering
better Arab-Jewish rela-
tions in Israel. It has been
established in the United
States and the first group of
volunteers left for Israel
last fall and will spend two
years working in five Arab
villages in Israel.

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April 6 at Temple Beth El.

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