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March 17, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-17

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President of Federation

The board of governors of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
has re-elected its entire slate
of officers for a one-year term.
Max M. Fisher
will begin his
third term as
president of
the Federa-
tion.
Fisher, 53,
is chairman of
the board of
Aurora Gaso-
line Company
and is the
newly appoint-
ed chairman
of the Torch
M. M. Fisher Drive.
Elected ,vice presidents of the
Federation are Mrs. Joseph H.
Ehrlich, Hyman Safran and
Louis Tabashnik. George M.
Stutz was elected treasurer and
Isidore Sobeloff, executive vice
president of the Federation, was
elected secretary.
The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion does the budgeting, social
planning and fund-raising for
its 14 member agencieS here in
Detroit.
Through its ann
ied
Jewish Campai
ich op
next We
dinner,
at th
all , it enab
De-
fro* J. ish citizens to sup rt
t
world wide rescue work . of
e United Jewish Appeal and
he essential servic
t• al
of 55 local,
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1957
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000, an all-time high that still
stands.
He is a director of the Metro-
politan Detroit Building Fund,
vice president of Sinai Hospital
and the Greater Detroit Hos-
pital Council, a national chair-
man of the United Jewish
Appeal, a member of the board
of governors of Hebrew Union
College and an executive com-
mittee member of the American
Agency for Israel, Inc.
As a leader in the petro-
leum industry, Fisher is a
director of, the American
Petroleum Council and the 25-
year club of the petroleum
industry.
He is a member of Temple
Beth El and Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Fisher has been a member of
the UF board of directors and
executive committee since 1957
and a UF vice president since
1959. He has served as team
captain on the advance gifts
committee and co-chairman of
the general manufacturing unit.
He is the first member of the
Jewish community to head the
giant charity campaign and only
the second non-automobile ex-
ecutive in the Torch Drive's 13-
year history.
Mrs. Ehrlich is a past presi-
ent of the Federation's
omen's Division and is hen-
ary chairman of the Wotnen's
ivision Campaign. She , is a
irector of the Jewish Welfare
ederation; Detroit Ser vice
Group, Hebrew Free Loan Asso-
ciation; Sinai Hospital, United
Hebrew Schools, United Jewish
Charities and Women's Division.
Safran is a member of the
pre-campaign cabinet of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, a di-
rector of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, D e t r o it Service
Group, Jewish Community
Council, Sinai Hospital and
United Jewish Charities.
Tabashnik is chairman of the
Federation committee on - capital
needs and is a director of the
Federation, D e t r o i t Service
Group, Sinai Hospital and the
United Jewish Charities.
Stutz is a director of the
Jewish Welfare Federation, De-
troit Service Group, Hebrew
Free Loan Association, Sinai
Hospital and United Jewish
Charities.
Sobeloff has been the pro-
fessional first officer of the
Federation and director of its
annual Allied Jewish Campaign
since 1937.
Elected members at large of
the Federation executive com-
mittee are: Jacob A. Citrin,
chairman of the community
relations division; Edward
Fleischman, president of
Jewish Home for Aged; 3
Theodore Levin, who has
chairman of the executive
mittee and Paul Zucker
chairman of the Allied Jew).
Campaign.
Members of the executive
committee by virtue of the of-
fice they hold are: • Max J.
Zivian, president, United Jewish
Charities; Jack 0. Lefton, presi-
dent, Detroit Service Group;
Mrs. Harry E. August, president,
Women's Division; Erwin S.
Simon, chairman, health and
welfare division; Louis LaMed,
chairman, education division,
and Samuel S. Greenberg, asso-
ciate chairman, community rela-
tions division.

Passover Ceremony at
International Institute

A Passover ceremony, on .dis-
play at 2 p.m. tomorrow; at the
International Institute, 111 E.
Kirby, will be part of the three-
day dramatization of "Customs
and Ceremonies of Many Peo-
ples."
Mrs. Richard Hertz is in
charge of arrangements, for the
Passover display. Mrs. Michael
Freeman is among the women
whO are active in arranging the
other customs and ceremonies
exhibits.

1,500 Women's General Solicitation

Parents of Blind
to Hear Dr. Isen

Dr. Allen Isen, New York
optometrist, will speak on "The
Mechanics of Handling Blind
Children on a State Level" at a
meeting. of Children Unlimited 1
p.m. Saturday at the home of Dr.
Benjamin Stein, 13109 Balfour,
Huntington Woods.
Isen is associated with the New
York State Commission for the
Blind. Parents of blind young-
sters and all others interested are.
invited to attend, according to
Mrs. Stein, president of Children
Unlimited.
Tickets now are available for
the organization's theater pres-
entation "See You at C.U."
slated for April 22 and 23 at the
Oak Park High School, by calling
Marion Fuerman, BR 3-9942.

Volunteers Set Out for $80,000 Goal

Fifteen hundred workers in Center, 15100 W. Ten Mile
Women's Divisibn ' general
the general solicitation section
'citation workers expect to
of the Women's Division o
more than $80,000.
Allied Jewish
ceived their ki
e.
or • than 10,000
will call
ask for contributions
wome
this eek.
rs. Max
icitation
ial
at each p
eceived a
paign
isting the
iaries and describi
'ctorially.
h 26, is the
deadline date when general
solicitation workers will turn in
their completed kits at the
Ten Mile Jewish Community

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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 17, 1961

Max M. Fisher Re-Elected

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