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December 10, 1982 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-10

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68 Friday, December 10, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'As Committee Israel Director to Speak to Detroit Chapter

Dr. M. Bernard Resnikoff,
director of the American
Jewish Committee Israel
office, will address the De-
troit Chapter 8 p.m. Mon-_

day at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center. Guests
are invited.
Dr. Resnikoff will speak

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on "Commitment and Con-
flict: Israeli-Diaspora Rela-
tions."
Dr. Resnikoff is an
American social worker
with over a quarter of a cen-
tury of professional service.
Named to his post shortly
after he joined the Israel
staff in 1969, Dr. Resnikoff
came to Israel in 1966 to
launch the first YMHA in
that country under the au-
spices of the World Federa-
tion of YM and YWHAs.
Before leaving the
United States, Dr. Re-
snikoff served on the na-
tional staff of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America and the Na-
tional JWB. Prior to that
he served in a number of
executive posts in Jewish
community centers and
welfare funds in a
number of eastern com-
munities.
After he earned his
bachelor's degree, with a
major in English literature,
at Brooklyn College, he
earned a master's degree in
social work at the New York
School of Social Work, a
master's degree in sectarian
social work at the Hartford
Seminary Foundation, a
master's degree in informal
education and a doctorate in
community services at
Columbia University.
His academic activities
also included appointments
to the Field Work Faculties
at the Schools of Social
Work at the Catholic Uni-

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versity and the University
of Connecticut. In Israel, he
has taught at the Hebrew
University, Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, and now serves on
the faculty of the American
Institute of Holyland
Studies.
During World War II, Dr.
Resnikoff was a captain in
the United States Air Force.
Dr. Resnikoff has done
original research in
training leaders to com-
bat anti-Semitism and in
the development of
Jewish welfare services
in biblical and talmudic
times, and has translated
works from Maimonides
into English.
In a voluntary capacity,
Dr. Resnikoff has served in
the U.S. on the boards of di-
rectors of educational and
religious institutions, both.
on the local and regional
levels.
In Israel, he is an officer
in some and board member
in all of the following: the
Israel Interfaith Commit-
tee; the Society of Friends of
the Youth of Abu Gosh;
Jerusalem Institute for
Interreligious Relations
and Research; the Public
Council for Jews in Arab
Countries; Association for
the Spafford Children's
Center Playground, in
Jerusalem's Old City; the
Association for Adult Edu-
cation in Israel; Jerusalem
Rainbow Group; the Yid-
dish Cultural Association of
Jerusalem; the Jerusalem
Interfaith Committee for
Aid to Lebanese War Vic-
tims; the Public Council for
the Advancement of the
Druze Community, and
serves in a consultative
capacity for a number of
governmental ministries.

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David
Lebenbom,
president of the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit has sent a
letter to Dan Dirks, com-
munity relations coor-
dinator from the Southeast
Michigan Transportation
Authority, expressing con-
cern over proposed cutbacks
in SEMTA services.
In the Jewish community
specifically, SEMTA cut-
backs will hamper and in
some cases restrict resi-
dents from going to the
Jewish Community Center,
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and Jewish Family Service.
Those living in the Jewish
Federation Apartments
would be most hard hit,
Lebenbom said.

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COHEN POST AND will be served, followed. by
AUXILIARY will hold games. Spouses are invited
their annual Hanuka party at no charge. For informa-
7 p.m. Tuesday at the tion and reservations, con-
Jewish War Veterans tact President Sarah
Kaminsky, 968-1781;
Commander Sol Levin ,
Pentagon Asks
968-3169; or Vice President
Arms for Saudis Anne Weinstein, 559-4392.
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BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
Congress has been notified
by the Pentagon of new IARY will service the
military sales to Saudi Northland Nursing Home
Arabia totalling $1.2 bil- in Detroit at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday. There will be
lion.
The sales include $700 games, refreshments and
million for the construction gifts will be distributed to
and design of a new airfield the residents. Volunteers
for the Saudi air force, a are needed. To volunteer,
$408 million addition to call chairman Carol Burke,
communications facilities 545-5984; or the JWV office,
for its navy, $113 million for 559-5680.
* * *
the purchase of spares and
supplies to support previous
CHARLES SHAPIRO
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from the U.S.
p.m. Thursday in the home
According to the Penta- of Annette Storbinsky,
gon, the prime contractor 15110 W. Nine Mile, Oak
for the command and com- Park. The group will discuss
munications facilities programming and the in-
would be Science Applica- stallation banquet. For in-
tions of McLean, Va. There formation, call Ms. Stor-
were no prime contractors binsky, 968-0818; or
for the other proposed sales. President Shirley Schlus-
Congress has 30 days to veto sel, 541-1251 or 545-6027,
the sales package.
after 5:30 p.m.

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