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October 22, 1976 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Albert Chernin Will Address Community Council Seminar

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Albert D. Chernin,
executive vice chairman
of the National Jewish
Community Relations
Advisory Council, will de-
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to the Jewish Community
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Committee Seminar,
slated for Oct. 31 at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Chernin will speak on
"The Democratic Process -
in the Jewish Community
and the Decision-Making
Process."
Since May 1975, Cher-
nin has served as the
chief executive of
NJCRAC, the major coor-
dinating body for na-
tional Jewish organiza-
tions and more than 100
local Jewish community
relations agencies. He
was formerly exeucitve
director of the Jewish
Community Relations
Council of Greater
Philadelphia, and served
on the NJCRAC staff for
11 years.
Chernin was the coor-
dinator of the American
Conference on Soviet
Jewry and America's rep-
resentative on the inter-
national secretariat of
the first Brussels Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry.
Chernin also has written
and lectured extensively
on a variety of issues for
English and American
1 ournals.
In addition to Chernin's
-speech, there will be a re-
port by John H. She-
pherd, Council president,
on the results of a survey
of Council's delegates,
standing committee mem-
bers, and presidents of
constituent organizations;

Broner Novel
in Paperback

A new paperback edi-
tion of "Her Mothers" by
Esther M. Broner has
been issued by Putnam.
Mrs. Broner is an as-
sociate professor and
writer-in-residence at
Wayne State University.
The book is also being
published in France.

"Her Mothers" is being
used in classes at Wayne
State University, Michi-
gan State University and
the University of Detroit.
Prof. Brone-r is now at
work on her fourth book,
also a novel. She won first
prize of $3,000 for her play
on Margaret Fuller,
sponsored by the Bicen-
tennial Commission and
Wayne State University.
The play was staged here
and had a showing in New
York.

Ex-Detroiter Heads
Book Art Direction

Former Detroiter Geri
(Geraldine) Davis is art
director of a new book,
"Women See Woman,"
which marks the discov-
ery - of more than 80
women photographers
from across the country.

Published by Thomas
Y. Crowell Co., Inc., the
book probes and explores
the many aspects of
women today: - her
background, social con-
text, job roles, relation-
ships with both men and
other women, mother-
hood and domesticity,
frustrations in the search
of identity and finally,
celebration in the finding
of herself.

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being coordinated by
Hubert. J. Sidlow, a past
president of the Council:
Working with him on the
plannning committee are
Dr. Irving Panush, Edwin
- G. Shifrin, Mrs. Shif-
man, Matilda Rubin, Jeff
Jenks and David Leben-
born.
Attendance to the
seminar is by invitation
only.

ALBERT CHERNIN

and remarks by Council
vice president, Marian
Shifman, on the history
and significance of the
Council's Internal Rela-
tions Committee.
The seminar's_ after-
noon session will be de-
voted to workshops on
various components of
the Jewish Community
Council.
The Council's executive
committee seminar is

Friday, October 22, 1976 47

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CONGRATULATIONS

LIL WINE

ON BECOMING A LIFE MASTER

THE WINE FAMILY

What is 1t1

?

The best way for me to explain to you what N.C.S.Y. is would
be to take you to an N. C. S.Y. event. This not being possible for
most, please accept my invitation to come and visit me or call.
My office is at 17071 West Ten Mile Rd. and my phone number is
557-0130. Due to the fact that neither of these alternatives may
be possible for you I will attempt to explain N.C.S.Y. to you
through a fetter I received some time ago. At the time the letter
was written the young man was seventeen.

Dear Zerach,

I've belonged to N.C.S.Y. for three years now and I have
decided to write you why. My family is not Sabbath observing
ancLour home is not kosher, so why be a member? I have come to
realize that N.C.S.Y. is not for those who are religious solely but
rather for every young Jew. Remember last month the dilemma I
had that we talked about. (Whether he should play for his high
school basketball team. The games were played on Friday
night.) I thank you for helping me to make a decision without
telling me what to do.

A few years ago it wouldn't have mattered now everything
Jewish matters. To be able to be a part of my people as all young
Jews should be that's great. This is my last year in N.C.S.Y. and
it took me this long to figure out why I stayed around. Sure I've
had a lot of fun but I remember the beginning when I first joined.
My friends calling me a fairy for being a member. It took a long
time to get over that. I know this year will be as great as the
others were and that's because of the people in N.C.S.Y., the
good friends and_eager advisors.

Take care,

gag

Last week I received another letter from Jon. Rather
than reproduce the entire letter let me read to you a short
excerpt. Writing about his new job, he states, "Through
my first two months here I think I've amazed the people
in the firm by my committment to being Jewish and all
causes of the Jewish people. I thank N.C.S.Y. for what
they've given me." THIS IS BUILDING COM-
MITTMENT IN JEWISH YOUTH THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME.

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