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October 23, 1981 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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Friday, October 23, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Community Council Appoints Heads of Standing Committees

President Marian Shif-
man has announced the fol-
lowing appointments to the
Jewish Community Council
standing committees for the
1981-1982 program year.
The Community Rela-
tions Committee will be

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associate chairman. Sub-
committee chairmen are:
Muriel Israel, urban affairs;
Susan Moiseev, civil liber-

ties; Zelda Robinson,
Holocaust.
Rabbi Israel Halpern will
chair the Committee on In-
ternational Concerns with
Warren Robinson serving

Father-Son Team to Speak
at Annual Jewish Book Fair

For the first time in the
history of the annual
Jewish Book Fair, a father-
son team will speak. David
C. Gross, the author of "The
Jewish People's Almanac,"
- and his son, Joel, author of
"Books of- Rachel," will
speak on "Jewish Survival:
The Uncharted Paths" at 1
p.m. Nov. 16 (Sisterhood
Day) at the main Jewish
Center.
(See editorial page for re-
view of David Gross' "The
Jewish People's Almanac.")
David C. Gross was born
in Belgium, came to the
U.S. as a small child,

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in book publishing and writ-
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trips to Israel and met every
prime minister of Israel
since the establishment of
the state.

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Committee.

Hubert Sidlow, Kashrut
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Cohan, mediation and arbi-
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ard B. Appelman, calendar.
Mrs. Shifman also an-
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Jewish day schools, won a
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Queens College, has written
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New Yorker magazines.
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The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard In-
denbaum. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hurvitz of
Southfield.
Deborah Hitsky was her
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Andrea Boocker and Helene
Kauffman. Junior brides-
maids were Margo Berman
and Marcie Weitzman.
Shirlee Berman was the
flower girl.
Edward Hurvitz was
his brother's best man.
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ushers were David
Hitsky and Jeff
Weitzman. Seth Hitsky
was the ring bearer.
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from Wayne State Univer-
sity's law school.
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