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March 30, 1984 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JCCouncil lists nominees
for new programming year

Andrew Zack, chairman
of the nominating commit-
tee for the Jewish Commu-
nity Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit, has announced
the slate of officers and
executive committee mem-
bers for the 1984-1985 pro-
gram year.
Additional nominations
may be made through peti-
tion by delegates. Petition
deadline is Wednesday.
Each petition must have the
signatures of five delegates
and the candidate must be a
delegate who has indicated
in writing his or her
willingness to serve if
elected. The names of all
candidates (petition and
nominating committee
recommendations) will be
on the ballot at the election
held during the season's
final assembly on May 24.
Nominating committee
members are: Zack, Louis
Rosenzweig, Mrs. Harold
Noveck, Mrs. Philip Rader,
Robert Israel, Sol C _ ohen
and Ezekiel Leikin. -
The slate presented by
the nominating committee
includes: David Lebenbom,
president; Leon Cohan,
David L. Denn and Mrs.
Herbert Fealk, vice
presidents; Oscar Hertz,
secretary; Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz, treasurer.
For election to the execu-
tive committee, the
nominating committee pre-
sents the names of: Leonard
Baron, Rabbi Ernst J. Con-
rad, Laurence B. Deitch,
Johanna Eisenberg, Earl

Grant, Philip Handleman,
Esther Klein, Mrs. Ab-
raham Kutlov, Ellen Labes,
Susan Moiseev, Rabbi Stan-
ley M. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Al-
bert Rosenblum, Esther K.
Rosenblum, Mrs. Norman
Rosenfeld, Isadore L.
Shrodeck, Sherwin Tukel
and David Wolock.

Council offers
slide program

To coincide with action
alerts advising community
leadership of pending Con-
gressional legislation which
would move the United
States Embassy in Israel to
Jerusalem, the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit has added
an up-to-date slide tape pre-
sentation "Jerusalem:
Sights and Sounds" to its
audio-visual library.
Council's program service
and information depart-
ment in room one of the
main United Hebrew
Schools building houses a
collection of films and slide
presentations available to
the community at a nominal
charge. Also available are
educational materials and
speakers on a wide variety
of topics including Israel
and the Middle East, Soviet
Jewry, Holocaust educa-
tion, anti-Semitism and in-
tergroup relations.
Organizations needing
assistance in planning a
program can contact the
program service, 352-6166.

Jewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE JEWISH SOUND:

6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 8 a.m. Sunday
WNIC-AM (1310). Rabbi
Yitzchak Kagan is the mod-
erator.

* * *

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday

CKWW (580), Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.

* * *

HELLO JERUSALEM:

2 p.m. Sunday, Cable
Channel 26, features from
Israel.

* * *

SIMHA
DINITZ
SHOW: 3 p.m. Sunday,

Cable Channel 26, former
Israeli Ambassador to the
U.S. Simha Dinitz will host
a program of features from
Israel.

* * *

RELIGIOUS SCOPE:

8:50 p.m. Sunday, Channel
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
will moderate a program of
Jewish interest.

* * *

COFFEE WITH HY: 8
p.m. Monday, WCAR
(1090), a program of com-
munity interest, moderated
by Hy Shenkman.

* * *

YIDDISH IS HEIMISH:

8:30 p.m. Monday, WCAR
(1090), an all-Yiddish pro-
gram of music, news, inter-

views and other features
with Hy Shenkman.
* * *
CAFE SHALOM: 9 p.m.
Monday, WCAR (1090),
music, news and features
from Israel plus community
announcements, with Bella
Greenbaum, Fay Knoll,
Masha Silver and Marilyn
Smith.

* * *

SPECIAL: 10 p.m. Tues-
day, Channel 56, "The
Democrat and the Dic-
tator,"
an hour-long
documentary
about
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
and Adolf HItler.

Journalist cited

Shirlee Rose Iden, subur-
ban life editor of the South-
field Eccentric, won second
place in a competition spon-
sored by the Great Lakes
Region of Women in Com-
munications, Inc., profes-
sional women's journalism
society.

Activities I
rin Society

Rabbi Lane Steinger of
Temple Emanu-El in Oak
Park recently attended a
White House gathering of
Jewish and Christian lead-
ers in Washington, D.C.

Friday, March 30, 1984

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