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April 24, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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Friday, April 24, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Recommendations for elec-
tion to Jewish Community
Council officer positions and
for membership on the Coun-
cil executive committee for
the 1987-1988 program year
were announced by nominat-
ing committee chairman
Allen Zemmol, a delegate to
the Council from Cong. Beth
Shalom.
Leon S. Cohan, an Ameri-
can Jewish Committee dele-
gate, was nominated to serve
a third term as Council
president.
Nominated for the three
vice president positions are
Franklin J. Ellias, Children
of Holocaust Survivors Asso-
ciation in Michigan; Dr.
Richard C. Hertz, Jewish
War Veterans, Rafelson Post;
and Ellen Labes, Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
Nominated for secretary is
Jeannie Weiner, a
Maimonj.des Medical Society
Women's Auxiliary delegate.
Paul D. Borman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
was nominated as treasurer.
For election to three-year
terms on the executive corn-
mittee, the nominating com-
mittee has recommended:
Leonard E. Baron, Synagogue
Council of Greater Detroit;
Norman H. Beitner, Jewish
Welfare Federation; Eric
Canvasser, Brotherhood of
Temple Beth El; Laurence B.
Deitch, Temple Beth El;
David L. Denn, Zionist
Organization of America, De-
troit District; Martin Doc-
toroff, B'nai B'rith Centen-
nial Lodge; Johanna C.
Eisenberg, ZOA, Detroit-Dis-
trict; Robert Goren, Birming-
ham Temple; Jody R. Jacobs,
Jewish Welfare Federation;
Diane J. Klein, Hadassah,
Aviv Group; Esther Klein,
Naamat USA, Hanita Chap-
ter; Cathy E. Radner, Jewish
Labor Committee; Rabbi
Stanley Rosenbaum, Cong.
B'nai Moshe; Hermine Silver,
National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Sec-
tion; Sherwin Tukel, ZOA,
Detroit District; and Andrew
Zack, Temple Beth El.
Zina Kramer of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek was nomi-
nated to fill a vacant two- .
year term and Ronald Karp
of Cong. Beth Achim was
nominated for a one-year
term.

G. Silverman, B'nai B'rith
Detroit Lodge.
The names of all candi-
dates will be on the ballot at
the election to be held during
Council's final 1986-1987
delegate assembly on May 21
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

Members of the nominating
committee and their organ-
izational affiliations are:
Robert Amberg, American
Jewish Committee, Detroit
Chapter; Nancy Handelman,
Hadassah, Shalom Group;
Albert Rosenblum, Cong.
Beth Shalom; Irving J. Ru-
bin, Downtown Synagogue;
Florence Saltzman, Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; and Steven

The Children's Center of
Wayne County will host its
eighth annual spring confer-
ence on troubled children and
families for human services
professionals, on May 7 at
the McGregor Memorial Con-
ference Center at Wayne
State University.
To register, contact Dr.
Paula Jorne, conference coor-
dinator, 831-5535.

Reuben Greenberg
At Temple Event

Reuben Greenberg

Charleston, S.C., Chief of
Police Reuben M. Greenberg
will be the guest speaker at
the Temple Beth El Brother-
hood Breakfast on May 3 at
9:30 a.m.
Greenberg, a black Jew, is
a professor of sociology.
Chief of Police Greenberg
was formerly undersheriff of
San Francisco County and
chief of police in Opa Locka,
Fla.
Chief Greenberg received a
BA degree from San Fran-
cisco State, a master's degree
in public administration and
a master's degree in city
planning from University of
California, Berkley.
As a teacher, Prof. Green-
berg has taught sociology at
California State, political sci-
ence at North Carolina and
criminal justice at Florida In-
ternational.
There is a nominal charge
for the Breakfast. There is no
charge for the lecture. The
community is welcome.

Children's Center
Conference Set

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