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October 16, 1970 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

II–Friday, (Maim 16, 1970

Fisher Summons Nov. 11 Assembly
of Welfare Federation Leaders

Max M. Fisher, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, announced that
more than 1,500 Jewish leaders
from communities throughout the
United States and Canada will
participate at the 39th general as-
sembly of the CJFWF at the
Muehlebach Hotel in Kansas City,
Nov. 11-15.
The five-day assembly will bring
together representatives from 225
Jewish federations and welfare
funds now serving the social wel-
fare needs of over 800 communi-
ties here and in Canada.
Among the primary areas of con-
cern, according to Fisher, that will
be taken up by the leaders and
delegates in Kansas City are the
following:

The continuing and mounting
social, educational, health and
welfare problems besetting Is-
rael in the light of the current
Middle East situation, and Its
Implication for federation cam-
paigns in 1971.

Federation programs to deal with
a variety of key issues in America
ranging from a reappraisal of es-
sential domestic services, moving
from dialogue to a joint involve-
ment of youth and faculty in the
Jewish community, and reports
and project proposals for the
strengthening of Jewish identity
and commitment.
In workshops and discussion
groups at the five-day assembly,
scores of sessions will be further
devoted to federation endowment
fund programs, the impact of cur-
rent tax legislation on philanthro-
pic giving, the priorities of Jewish
education, urban affairs and pub-
lic welfare with emphasis on the
inner-city population, the problems
of drug abuse with focus on vital
programs that can be offered by
the Jewish hospital, the role of the
community worker and family
agency within a community's net-
work of services and the uses of
federation-sponsored television ser-
ies in energizing public relations
planning and programing.
Other subjects will include the
development of young leadership,
Jewish family and child service
agencies, women in communal
service, Jewish cultural develop-
ment and health planning. The
Large City Budgeting Conference
will hold budget review sessions
with major national agencies at the
assembly.
Delegates will assess the needs
of Jewish communities overseas,
including the Soviet Union.

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Benton Harbor Bond Fete to Feature Emil Cohen

For information and reserva-
The Benton Harbor committee
contact Mrs. Rose Rosen-
for State of Israel Bonds will spon- tions,
berg, 405 Kublick, Benton Harbor,
sor an Israel 22nd anniversary 926-9770.
dinner 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at Inman's
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The couple attends Wayne State
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Dr. Frain to Get
Israel Medal

Abba Eban will present the
Israel Prime Minister's Medal to

Rabbi Leon Fram, at the testi-
monial dinner Nov. 10, in the Ra-
leigh House.

FROM A SHAMPOO AND
SET TO A
COMPLETE FROSTING

Rabbi Fr am
will be the recip-
ient of the medal
in recognition of
his lifelong dedi-
cation to a Jew-
ish homeland and

for service in
the cause of Is-
r a e l's develop-
ment." The med-
al bears the sig-
nature of Prime
Minister Golda Mein
Rabbi Fram, founder of Temple
Israel, is being, honored on his 75th
birthday and on his 50 years in the
Rabbinate. He came to Detroit 45
years ago.
The dinner, on behalf of the
Israel's Bond Cause, is sponsored
by the Detroit Federation of Re-
form Synagogues. It is the second
annual affair sponsored by the
Reform Federation on behalf of
Israel Bonds.
Leslie R. Schmier is general
chairman. Co-chairmen are Michael
C. Aller, Albert M. Colman, Bert-
ram Gordan and Robert Rosen.
For reservations to the dinner
call Temple Beth El, Temple
Emanu-El or Temple Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Gordon
will host a leadership, reception
on behalf of Temple Emanu-El
Thursday evening at their borne,
25137 W. Roycourt, Huntington
Woods. The reception will be in
advance of the Detroit Federation
of Reform Synagogues Israel Bond
dinner honoring Rabbi Leon Pram.

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need, particularly through the
Parents Association for Jewish
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retarded. The post, led by Jack
Edelman, has made the home for
retarded children a special project
and recently launched Its plans at
a meeting.
• • •
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