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November 04, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Detroiters will honor more tail party preceding the Assem-
than 800 out-of-town delegates bly banquet at 1 p.m., Saturday,
to the 29th General Assembly of Nov. 12, at the Statler-Hilton
the Council of Jewish Federa- Hotel.
tion and Welfare Funds with a
Irving Kane, CJFWF presi-
reception, 10 p.m. next Thurs- dent, will present a talk on
day, at the Sheraton Cadillac "The Goals and Realities of
Hotel.
American Jewish Community
The Assembly will convene in Organizations", at the banquet.
Detroit Thursday through Sun-
Twenty-five Detroiters par-
day, Nov. 13.
The Council is an association ticipating in the program of
of 215 Jewish community organ- the Assembly include Max
izations that assists its members M. Fisher, president of the
in budgeting, fund raising, and Jewish Welfare Federation,
in organizing and administering Judge Theodore Levin, Feder-
various welfare and communal a t i o n executive committee
chairman and immediate past-
programs.
Council delegates will also be president, and Isidore Sobel-
the guests of Detroit at a cock- off, executive vice president

tees that planned the General committee.
Assembly and Mrs. Theodore
Rabbi Harold Hahn will con-
Bargman is a committee mem d u c t the Assembly Sabbath
ber.
service, 10:15 a.m., Saturday.
The large city budgeting
Mrs. Bargman will moderate
conference will convene 9:30 an Oneg Shabat, 3:15-5:15 p.m.,
a.m., Wednesday. The Coun- Saturday, entitled "Jewish
cil's 23 largest cities will Agencies and Jewish Responsi-
undertake their cooperative bilities—What Should be Re-
review of 1960 budgets with tained, Dropped, Added".

a number of national and
overseas agencies. •

The chairman of the Federa-
tion budget and planning di-
visions are Detroit's representa-
tives of the LCBC. Irwin S.
Simon and Mildred R.
Pregerson, co-chairmen, health
and welfare division; Louis La-
Med and Dr. Norman Drachler,
co-chairmen, education division;
Jack 0. Lefton and Samuel S.
_Greenberg, association chair-
men, community relations.
of the Federation. Fisher,
Stutz will welcome represent-
Judge Levin and Sobeloff are atives at the opening session of
members of the •CJFWF the LCBC. Irwin Simon will be
board of governors.
a panel chairman and Green-
Fisher will preside over the berg, president of the Jewish
general session of the Assembly, Occupational Council, will ma
8:15-10 p.m., Thursday. Topic a budget presentation to LC
of the session is "Reorganiza-
Dean Charles Brink of e
tion of American Jewish Phil- Wayne State Univ ty
anthropic Aid in Israel".
School of Social Wo . r. , is
Speakers will be Dewey E. chairman of a sessi on
Stone, chairman, Jewish Agency leadership development :30
for Israel, Inc., and Herbert R. a.m., Friday.
Abeles, chairman, Jewish Wel-
Invocations, at general
fare Fund—I sr a e 1 Relations
sion meetings, will be made
Committee.
Rabbi Morris Adler, Rabbi Leon
Judge Levin is chairman of Fram, and Dr. Richard A. Hertz.
the resolutions committee and
Dr. William Haber of the Uni-
will be chairman of a workshop versity of Michigan, will be the
discussion "Multiple Appeals", speaker at the opening day gen-
11:30 a.m.-1 p.M., Friday.
eral session on the topic "Re-
Sobeloff will join Herbert A. appraisal of the Needs at Home
MRS. JOSEPH COHEN
Friedman, executive vice chair- —Impact of the Basic Services."
* * *
man of the United Jewish Ap-
William Avrunin, associate di-
peal, at a general session lunch- rector of the Federation, will
eon, 1:15-2:15 p.m., Friday. deliver a paper, 9 a.m., Sunday,
Session topic will be "Cam- on "Communication—Relation of
paigning in 1961 — Challenge, Federation to its Agencies, and
Appraisal and Prospects".
Agencies to Each Other".
Geore Stutz is vice chairman
Morris Garvett is chairman
More than 400 women are ex- of the CJFWF program commit- of a community organization
pected at a Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Division
luncheon in honor of Mrs.
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
New O r l e a n s, at 12:15 p.m.,
Wednesday, at the Jewish Cen-
ter, 18100 Meyers, announces the
division president, Mrs. Harry
E. August. Women delegates to
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds' 29th
General Assembly, to be held
in Detroit Nov. 10-13, and presi-
dents of D e t r o it Women's
organizations, will be special
guests of the division.
The meeting will give Fed-
eration officers and members
a chance to meet women from
all parts of the country who
will be attending the 29th Gen-
eral Assembly. -
The decorative theme will
honor the Council, an associa-
tion of 215 Jewish community
organizations that assists its
members in budgeting, fund
raising and in organizing and
administering various welfare
and communal programs. The
Council also enables its mem-
ber agencies to pool their
experience.
Mrs. Cohen will deliver a talk
on "Women and the Federation

Luncheon -Nov. 5
for Only. Woman
Federation Head

Idea."
She is the only woman who
Is president of one of the
Council's 215 member federa-
tions.

Mrs. Cohen was born and
educated in New Orleans, where
she has long been active in both
Jewish and community affairs.
A graduate of Tulane Univer-
sity, she has served in many
organizations on local, regional,
and national level s. A past-
president of the New Orleans
Hillel Foundation, American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, Hadassah, and Newman
School Parent - Teachers Asso-
ciation, she has chaired numer-
ous campaigns and community
studies, including a recent
survey on problems of the aged.

Mrs. Harry L. Jones is
chairman of the keynote ses-

sion on Women's Conununal
Service, 10:15 a.m. to noon,
Thursday. Mrs. John C. Hopp
is a workshop consultant.

Daniel Honigman, Merle Har-
ris, Fred Keidan and Jon Sobel-
off are members of a leadership
development clinic which will
meet 9:30 a.m., Friday.
Planned tours for delegates
have been arranged to Federa-
tion member agencies.

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