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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 4, 1980

JWF Women Plan Retreat, Nominate Officers

ARRY FREEDMAN

Members of the board of
directors of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division are preparing for a
two-day retreat at Camp

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Tamarack's Butzel Confer- at the Women's Division's
annual meeting May 16 at
ence Center April 16-17.
The group will depart Temple Beth El.
Nominees are:
from United Hebrew
Shelby Tauber, president;
Schools and Kingswood
Marlene Borman, Ellen Labes,
Mall and travel by bus to
Janet Levine and Jane Sherman,
the camp.
vice presidents; Beverly Peter-
man and Donna Slatkin,
Division board members
will review the programs of secretaries; Shirley Harris and
Dulcie Rosenfeld, representa-
the past year and discuss
tives to the Jewish Welfare Fed-
plans for the coming year,
eration Board of Governors.
Board of directors (additional
paid President Dulcie
term): Marjory Ansell, Harriet
Rosenfeld. The group will
Band, Marlene Borman,
also hear Jonathan Livny,
Rochelle Jackier, Ellen Labes,
former attorney general in
Linda Lee, Beverly Peterman
and Janice Schwartz; first term
the West Bank.
on the board, Ruth Broder, Har-
E die Mittenthal is riet
Dunsky, Joan Goldrath,
chairman of the retreat;
Rosalie Kolbert, Sally Levy, Eve-
Shirley Harris and Be- lyn Silverman, Barbara
verly Peterman are ad- Stollman and Jane Weiner.
Also, Frieda Avrunin first
visers.
term on Advisory Service Coun-
Also on the committee are cil; additional term, Celia
Goldie Adler, Barbara Be- Broder, Rose Gould, Vera Kahn,
Golda Krolik, Mary Lakoff, Tillie
rry, Linda Lee, Sherri Lum-
Helen Rice and Re-
berg, Blanche Pollack, Mossman,
becca Sanders.
Donna SlatIOn, Bobbie
Additional nominations
Stone and Shelby Tauber.
Dulcie Rosenfeld is may be made by petition,
president and Ellen Labes, signed by 25 members of the
vice president, of the Women's Division and
submitted at least one week
Women's Division.
Tillie Brandwine, chair- in advance of the annual
man of the Jewish Welfare meeting.
Serving on the nominat-
Federation Women's Di-
vision Nominating Com- ing 'committee with Mrs.
mittee, has announced the Brandwine were Marjorie
committee's nominations Federman, Baylee
for officers and members of Franklin, Linda Gershen-
the board of directors for the son, Janet Levine, Sally
Mayer and Frieda
1980-1981 year.
The election will be held Stollman.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
ultranationalist Tehiya fac-
tion announced last week
that it plans to send a dele-
gation to the U.S. this
month to rally its suppor-
ters in favor of Israel's pOsi-
tion on the administered

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territories - so that it can
withstand expected pres-
sure from Washington after
the 1980 Presidential elec-
tions.
Tehiya, comprising disaf-
fected Herut members and
religious militants who op-
pose the peace treaty with
Egypt and demand that Is-
rael annex the West Bank,
Gaza Strip and Golan
Heights, is regarded as
Premier Menahem Begin's
opposition to the right. But
according to its leader, Tel
Aviv University Prof.
Yuval Ne'eman "In Israel
we are seeking to topple Be-
gin's government but
abroad we shall do every-
thing to support Israeli
positions which the gov-
ernment believes too are
right."
He will head the delega-
tion accompanied by MKs
Geula Cohen and Moshe
Tamir, former Herut mem-
bers who now represent
Tehiya in the Knesset.

Fair Trial, Right to Know
Topic of NCJW Program

KRIVOSHA

STROUD

One's right to a fair trial
vs. the public's right to
know will be the subject of a
timely program presented
in Dearborn at the 1980
Central District Conven-
tion of the National Council
of- Jewish Women.
The event will take place
10 a.m. April 22 as part of
the four-day meeting of the
group at the Hyatt Regency
Hotel. The convention will
be hosted by the 3,000
member Greater Detroit
Section.
Joe Stroud, editor of the
Detroit Free Press, will be
joined by two judges in a
panel discussion devoted to
the conflict between an in-
dividual's right to a fair
trial and the people's right
to access of information
through media coverage.
Representing two dif-
fering judicial view-
points will be Chief Jus-
tice Norman Krivosha of
the Nebraska Suprenie
Court and Chief Judge
Richard D. Dunn of the
Wayne County Circuit
Court.
The program, entitled
"Right vs. Write," also will
include time for individual
table discussions, a ques-
tion and answer period and
a wrap-up.
A native of Detroit, Judge
Krivosha has been Chief
Justice of the Nebraska
Supreme Court since 1978.
He was graduated from the
University of Nebraska and
received his JD degree from
its college of law in 1958.
Two years ago, he was pre-
sented with an outstanding
Jewish Leader Award on

DUNN

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behalf of State of Israe'
Bonds. In 1979, Judgt.
Krivosha was elected a
member of the American
Law Institute.
Judge Dunn was born in
Ohio and received his law
degree from the Detroit Col-
lege of Law in 1950. He has
served as chief judge of the
Wayne County Circuit
Court (3rd Circuit) since
1977. He is a past president
of the Wayne County Dis
trict Judges Association
and former chairman of the
legislative committee of the
Michigan District Judges
Association. He currently
serves as treasurer of the
Michigan Judges Associa-
tion.
, A native of Arkansas,
Stroud was graduated
from Hendrix College
and Tulane University.
He joined the Free Press
as associate editor in 1968
and has served as editor
since 1973. He is a
member of the board of
governors of the Cran-
brook Institute of Sci-
ence, the board of the
Michigan Christian Ad-
vocate and the Corpora-
tion of Merrill-Palmer In-
stitute. Stroud also is a
member of the Detroit
Symphony Board of Di-
rectors.

The convention will be
held April 20-24 at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel in
Dearborn. A total of 200
women from 11 Midwestern
states are expected to
attend. Theme of the con-
vention is "Looking Toward
Tomorrow."

Women Gather to Plan
Hadassah Lunch for Bonds

Officers Acquitted

BONN (JTA) — A
Munich court last week ac-
quitted two West German
army officers tried on
charges involving a 1977
incident in which cadets in a
military college sang Nazi
songs and shouted "throw
another Jew on the fire" as
they burned pieces of paper.
The court ruled that Col.
Edgar Munks and Maj.
Inns-Joachim Stabenau
should not be held crimi-
nally responsible for the in-
cident. The officers denied
that they had been part of a
cover-up of the 1977 inci-
dent.

NA'

Meeting to plan a 1980 Israel Bond campaign that
will involve the participation of all members of the
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of Hadassah are, from
left: Anne Parzen, Hadassah Israel Bond chairman;
Lucille Weisberg, luncheon chairman of the day;
Suzanne Kaufman, honoree-elect; and Leah Snider,
Israel Bonds Women's Division chairman. Culminat-
ing the campaign will be the Hadassah Tribute
Luncheon noon April 29 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. For
luncheon reservations and information, call the
tidat 1 ah office, 357-2920; or Israel Bonds, 557-2900.

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