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August 31, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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THEDETROIT JEWISH -:NEWS- •

LOCAL NEWS



The third annual obser-
vance of the 1939 Nazi inva-
sion of Poland will take
place 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Mercy College Confer-
ence Center, Detroit.
The program was origi-
nated by the local Jewish-
American/Polish-American
Dialogue under the joint
sponsorship of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee;
Jewish Community Coun-
cil; Anti-Defamation
League; Polish-American
Congress; Ukrainian-
American Coordinating
Council, Metropolitan De-
troit Branch and St. Mary's
College of Orchard Lake.
Detroiter Harold Gales, na-
tional chairman of the
Jewish-American / Pol-
ish-American Dialogue, in-
itiated the observance.
The program will, once
again, be taped in its
entirety by technicians
from Radio Free Europe and
will be re-broadcast the fol-
lowing evening from its
transmitter facilities in
Munich, West Germany, to
all of the Eastern Bloc na-
tions, as well as to the
Democratic countries of the
European continent.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
delivgr the invocation;
Father Leonard Chrobot,
president of St. Mary's Col-
lege of Orchard Lake and a
member of the Polish-
American Congress, will
discuss the impact of the in-
vasion on both the Polish
and Jewish populations of
Eastern Europe.
Michael J. Betezowsky,
assistant prosecutor and
chief trial attorney for Cal-

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houn County, will discuss
the impact of the invasion
on the Ukrainian popula-
tion. Gales, past president
of the Detroit chapter of
AJCommittee and cur-
rently a member of its na-
tional board of governors,
will present an update on
the activities of the
Polish-American / Jew-
ish-American National
Task Force.
The program will close
with a benediction deliv-
ered by the Rev. Bernard
Panczuk, pastor of Immacu-
late Conception Ukrainian
Catholic Church, Rosemary
Wolock will chair the pro-
ceedings.
In November, the task
force will host Dr. Lucjan
Dobroszycki, author of
Image Before My Eyes, and
editor of The Chronicle of

At the third Assocation of
Reform Zionists of America
(ARZA) National Assem-
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Angeles in October, a pro-
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voted to the relationship of
the Reform community to
the Jewish Agency and the
UJA. The speaker for the
session will be Irving Kes-
sler, the executive vice
president of the United Is-
rael Appeal.
Other sessions will deal
with Reform rights in Is-
rael, anti-Semitism,
Sephardic Jewry, aliyah, Is-
raelis in America, and crea-
tive Israel programming in
the synagogue.



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According to Mayor Pro-
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is "within our rights" to dis-
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of the ruling.

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The Birmingham City
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Monday night to appeal a
federal court ruling that
would ban the city's tradi-
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the Municipal Building.
U.S. District Judge Anna
Diggs Taylor ruled July 23
that Birmingham's Nativ-
ity scene violates the con-
stitutional separation of
church and state. The scene
in dispute has • been an-
nually displayed in front of
city hall.
Legal counsel for the
American Civil Liberties
Union had argued that by
only displaying a Nativity
scene, the city was endors-
ing a religion.
Meanwhile, Birmingham
city officials had contended
that the scene fell into the
broad category of Christmas
displays which had been
approved by the U.S. Sup-
reme Court.
In that decision, the court
ruled that the city of Paw-
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APPRAISALS

Nazi invasion of Poland
recalled in interfaith event

-Friday,- Aagust 31; 1984 - 7

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9:30 a.m.

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9:30 p.m...

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9:15 p.m.

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9:15 p.m.

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