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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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South and Central America,
and Mexico scheduled to ar-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Hyman Bdokbinder to Speak at Council Delegate'Meeting

Hyman
Bookbinder,
Washington representative
of the American Jewish
Committee, will examine
the cause 'of recent tensions
between the United States
and Israel at the Jewish
Community Council Dele-
gate Assembly scheduled
for 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Shalom.
Bookbinder's talk is
entitled, "The U.S. and Is-
rael: A Relationship in
Trouble?
Bookbinder began hiS
career as a legislative
representative for the
AFL-CIO and has served as
executive director of the
President's Task Force on
Poverty and assistant direc-

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Assembly agenda will in-
clude an update report
on activities by Executive
Director Alvin L. Kush-
ner and the presentation
of the nominating com-
mittee's recom-
mendations for Council
officer and executive
committee positions.
Mrs. Shifman stated that
additional nominations
may be made through peti-
tion by delegates for a
14-day period following the
Wednesday assembly. Each
petition submitted must
have the signatures of five
delegates and the candidate
must be a delegate who has
indicated his or her willing-
ness to serve if elected.
The names of all candi-
dates — petition and
nominating committee
recommendations — will be
on the ballot at the election
which will be held during
Council's final assembly of

Frederick Winkelman is Mrs. Esther Rosenblum and
chairman of the nominating -Mrs. David Sislin.
committee. Other members
The assembly will con-
are: Mrs. Louis Barden, clude with a social hour
Franklin Ellias, Walter E. hosted by the sisterhood of
Klein, Albert Levenson, Cong. Beth Shalom.

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