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September 23, 1983 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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Speakers Listed, for Event
Citing JCCouncil's Kushner

The Alvin L. Kushner
Tribute Dinner Committee
has announced the speakers
who will address the dinner,
which honors Kushner "for
his 10 years of service as
executive director of the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit"
and which takes place 6:30
p.m. Oct. 6 at Adat Shalom
Chairman of the program
is Rhea Appelman. Among
the other chairmen are:
Rose S-chwartz, decorations;
Ida Rosenblum, publicity;
and Matilda Rubin and
David Lebenbom, patrons
and sponsors.
Speakers include former
Congressman William
Brodhead; Horace Sheffield,
president of the Detroit
Association of Black Organ-
izations; Judge Avern
Cohn, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation;
Albert D. Chernin, execu-
tive vice chairman of the
National Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Advisory
Committee; Emanuel Zip-
pori, consul general of Is-
rael to the Midwest; David
Lebenbom, council
president; and Marian
Shifman and Judge John H.
Shepherd, past council
Chairman of the Na-
tional Full-Time Com-
munity Relations Direc-
tors Association, and a
member of the executive
committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Advisory
Council, Kushner is a
member of the Jewish
War Veterans and past
chairman -of the Social
Service Section of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign.
He also is a member of the
honorary committee to
Save Central Methodist
Church, the Business/
Clergy Dialogue of the
Detroit Chamber of
Commerce, the Michigan
Democratic Party and
the Committee on
Regional Development/
Kushner served as a Gov.
William Milliken appointee
to the White House Confer-
ence on Families, on the
Statewide Redlining Com-

Sen. Carl Levin
Has an Opponent

A former one-term Con-
gressman from East Lans-
ing, Jim Dunn, has declared
his candidcay to run as the
Republican opponent
against Sen. Carl Levin.
In 1980, Dunn defeated
incumbent Rep. Bob Carr,
but Carr defeated Dunn in
1982. Dunn said Levin is too
liberal and "out of touch
with the people of Michi-


Dr. Leora A. Shelef, pro-
fessor of Family and Con-
sumer Resources at Wayne
State University, has been
named chairman of the de-

mittee and on the Michigan
Department of Education's
Reference Board on Cul-
tural Pluralism.
A frequent lecturer on
Jewish community con-
cerns on local and statewide
levels; Kushner holds BS
and MA degrees from New
York University and has
completed additional
graduate courses at the
University of Michigan
School of Social Work.




Simhat Torah
Dance Saturday

Music by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals and
.entertainment by Max
Sosin will highlight a
Simhat Torah dance to be
held 9 p.m. Saturday at the
main United Hebrew
Schools building, sponsored
by the Jabotinsky Society of
Herut Zionists of America.
Dinner and beverages
will be served. There is a
charge. For tickets, call
Sam Horning, 557-1847;
Ruth Lehman, 546-5819; or
Simon Cieck, 548-3073.

THE: DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September -23;M 51


Young Adults Join to Host
Evening of Square Dancing

Jewish young adult
groups will sponsor an eve-
ning of square dancing 8:30
p.m. Oct. 1 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Sponsoring groups are
the Young Adult Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, the Israeli Community
of Detroit, Community
Network for Jewish Singles,
Jewish Heritage Society,
Children of Holocaust Sur-
vivors Association in
Michigan and the Young

Mack Pitt

and his


Leadership of the United
Jewish Appeal.

Tickets are available at
the Jewish Center or
through the sponsoring



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