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November 08, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-08

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Detroiters to Have Major Roles in CJFWF
General Assembly in Atlanta, Nov. 13-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 8, 1968-5

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A large delegation of Detroiters institute which will review what immigrants. The other will be pro-
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the 37th general assembly of the changing needs of Jewish college ca's decaying cities.
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Council of Jewish Federations and youth on Jewish community serv-
The problems of Israel and of
For After 5, Holidays Ahead
Welfare Funds, in Atlanta, Nov. ice programs." The institute will disenfranchised Jews seeking to
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13-17.
be held during the first day's gen-
emigrate from Europe and North
SHAN DELS
Members of the Detroit delega- eral sessions on Nov. 14.
Africa to Israel and other free
154 S. Woodward near Maple
tion include: Mr. and Mrs. William
Fox said that "for too long, we
countries of the world, will be
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Avrunin, Mr. and Mrs. Mandell L. in the Jewish Federations and Wel-
the concern of three major ses
Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fish- fare Funds have almost closed our
sions of the assembly.
er, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Green- eyes to the particular needs of our
A number of foreign guests will
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Gross- college youth, forgetting that the be among the participants, along
man, Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome future of the Jewish community in with American Jewish leaders,
Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph America will be shaped by the 80 assessing the overseas problems of
Jackier, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. per cent of our Jewish youth of world Jewry. Two of them will
Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Julien Priver, college age who are now in univer- address the first overseas session,
On The Beautiful New
Norman H. Rosenfeld, Mr. and sities throughout the country." The "The Outlook for Israel and for
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Mrs. Hyman Safran, Dr. and Mrs. major presentation, "A Portrait World Jewish Responsibility," on
Peter G. Shifrin, Mr. and Mrs. of American Jewish College Thursday evening. They are Gen-
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Philip Slomovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Youth," will be made by Dr. Leon eral Rabin and Claude Kelman of
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Robert A. Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jick, director of the Philip France, chairman of the European
Max Stollman, Phillip Stollman, Lown Graduate Center for Con- Council of Jewish Community Ser-
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Mr. and Mrs. George M. Stutz, Mr. temporary Jewish Studies at Bran- vices, the European organization
and Mrs. George M. Zeltzer and deis University.
most comparable to the CJFWF.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner.
A session of the young leader-
At the second overseas session,
Attending from the staff of the ship group of the General Assem• Nov. 15, Samuel Haber, executive
Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation bly also will begin on Nov. 14. vice chairman of the American
Arnold I. Feuerman, President
will be Mrs. Celia W. Baruch, di- Participants will include 75 young Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
rector of the Women's Division; men and women, between the ages tee, will be principal speaker. He
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Sam Cohen and Sol Drachler, of 25 and 40, who won young lead- will be assisted by a panel of seven
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assistant directors: and Alan D. ership awards in their commu- outstanding overseas authorities:
Kandel, director of social planning. nities. Three papers will be pre- Max A. Braude, of Geneva, direc-
sented and discussed on how young tor general of the World ORT Fed-
With emphasis on problems in-
volving the Jewish college youth, Jews have been integrated into the eration; Theodore Comet, New
Israel's needs, urban and other organized Jewish communal struc- York, consultant on overseas ser-
crises, the CJFWF assembly will tures in their hometown federa- vices of the CJFWF; Rabbi Her-
draw delegations from 222 wel- tions and welfare funds, by Don- bert A. Friedman, New York, exec-
ald Kleiman of Indianapolis, Irwin utive vice chairman of the United
fare funds, federations and com-
munity councils. Sessions will be S. Feld of Los Angeles (former De- Jewish Appeal; S. P. Goldberg,
troiter) and Robert Stern and New York, executive director,
addressed by Israel's ambassa-
Curtis Pontz of Philadelphia. Dis- United Hias Service; Kelman and
dor to the U. S. Itzhak Rabin
and prominent American Jewish cussants will be Mendel Romm, Jr. Joseph Nahmias, vice president
and Elliott H. Levitas of Atlanta, of the Fonds Social Juif Unifie
leaders.
Safran, president of the Jewish and Allan Turner of Chicago. of France. Lewis H. Weinstein,
Welfare Federation of Detroit, Henry J. Goodman of Cleveland is Boston, former president of the
to
has been nominated as vice chairman of the CJFWF national CJFWF, will preside.
president of the Council. Max M. committee on leadership develop-
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Fisher, chairman of the executive ment.
All religion has relation to life,
Fox said that one of the prob-
committee of Federation, has been
and the life of religion is to do
HURRY . . . SUPPLY IS LIMITED !
nominated to serve on the board lems of all communal organiza- good.—Lyman Abbott.
of directors of the Council, and tions had been how to integrate
*Last Day—Sunday, November 10
Judge Theodore Levin, an exec- and activate young leaders into
utive committee member, has been community service.
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Mandell L. Berman, chairman other major concerns before the
assembly.
One
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of the Federation's education divi-
MEL SEFFINGER
sion, as chairman of the Council's American and Canadian Jews the
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standing committee on Jewish edu- extraordinary character and im-
cation, serves on the Council board. plications of the current crisis in
Safran is chairman of a session Israel which has resulted in the
APPAREL FOR GENTLEMEN & YOUNG MEN
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care and other programs vital to
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session.
Fisher, the newly elected presi- the welfare of 250,000 unabsorbed
dent of New Detroit, will address
the assembly on urban affairs dur-
Lewis S. Grossman, Federation
executive committee member, will
make a presentation at an institute
ing the major dinner meeting Sat-
urday evening.
on "Urban Crisis and the Jewish
Community."
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, imme-
diate past president of the Detroit
Women's Division, will be a speak-
er at the institute on year-round
services and education in women's
divisions, in which Mrs. Joseph H.
Jackier, 1968-69 president, will
participate.
Joseph H. Jackier, chairman of
the attorneys group of the United
Jewish Charities endowment com-
mittee, will speak on the use of
endowment funds at a session on
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Mrs. Norman H. Rosenfeld, win-
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