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September 17, 1971 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-17

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Samuel Fran
With Paul Han

Samuel Frankel will be chairman
of the I972 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign- Israel Emergency Fund, and
"will head an outstanding leader-
ship team for the coming fund-
raising effort," according to Alan
E. Schwartz. president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation.
Paul K. Randleman andltichard

A ,
RICHARD SLOAN '

Shen will serve as co-chairmen-
in the DetroitJewi.sh community's
greatest annual" effort for Je*ish
communal services Isere and in
rad, -Schwartzsaid.
Annonneemeird of the appoint-
ments was made to more than
3H campaign workers at the
annual stag day of the Detroit
Service- Group.
Frankel, president of Frankel
Associates, Troy, has been active
in the affairs of the Jewish com-
munity; both in fund-raising and
on community agency boards, for
many years. He is a former presi-
dent of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and is on the board of Sinai
Hospital. He is a member of the
board of governors and of the ex-
ecutive-committee of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and also is a
board member of the United. Jew-
ish Charities. _
A former chairrnanof the food
slivision of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and a member of the cam-
paign cabinet in 1966 and 1967,
he served as pre-campaign chair-
man, and has been associate chair-
_ man, for the past two years. He
has held virtually every position
in the campaign organization.
HandIeman served as a vice
chairman of the 1971 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign and as a member

'chard SI°an as
of the campaign cabinet for the Home in Cleveland.. -He is chair -Federation,<;" and it :4'. director ot:-.

last four years. -
In 1968, he -was chairman of the
profe.ssional division. He is a mem-
ber of the boards of Sinai Hospi-
tal, Detroit Service Group and
United Jewish Charities. He is a
member of the board of Temple
Beth El, and chairman of its build-
ing fund - .campaign. Prior to re-
turning to Detroit some years ago,
he served on the boards of Tem-
ple Beth El and the Monteliore

man of the _board of - . . .the -Handle. lise:1)Mititttgervice"GrOup,
Jewish4.64i2exiiie_e:"Tand --- :T,amarickl.
man Co.
Sloan,- associate chairmen : chairnien -oe
the Allied Jewish "CsmPaigu'r tie ,-lisiard/Of - DetroitSuburbae•-!
Israel Emergency Fund for the -Theaters. ,
- past two years, began his ser-
andr
vice to the campaign in the arts -Sleinmairirsg:,ali; the top leader

and crafts division. Ile -was pre- shiptesta',-forrthe , 1972 campaign,:
campaign chairmanfrom 1665 to - 'we_-"cini: be sure - that :Detroit :will-
1968. . - nee. dYnitnie-4rive in a yearl ,

laraelre,--tocial
• needs are
He _ is a member, of the
. bo*Fd.O: .*
_
'vestd-sshe is looking tri;;-
governors :of - the JewMit:"-WelfaTn
• '
"
American Jews foe =added help, _'
"•"Schaiartt
them will be
- :iniMber- . - 1- otiievij and veteran-
"-leadereivisoie :appointment will be
etmeim
:ied":"14::the - weeks ahead:::
'
campaign or-
. 'FrOefiiirlsici--"_"ivili - enable' the
.trietrait....lasiziiiitleomranisity to fui
ite,*cannittineur
the Jew
people all
.the world."
by: Samuel Frankel on .
"".
with- Israeli. -
leriSalem, -on Page

:

;

Detroit Service Group Goes Sta

SAMUEL FRANKEL

Federation's Notable Achieve
ededication to Enlarged Tasks_

are but severaf instances of Federation programing
By ALAN E. SCHWARTZ

in servicelta-"the:c*ffienity; -7
Highlight of theDetroR _Service' Grouts stag dile ilbsier ?Lillie President, Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit
As we strive::.les:aisage•ita':Well-being into the
in the just completed year, 5731, the Jewish
traditional loving cap to the chairmen of the _campaign division
:
.stWire
Oflitrge
sociological
deeadis
aheint,;.-We-ife-
Welfare
Federation
was
called
upon
to
respond
to
which surpassed Its prior-year achievement in fund raising by the
greatest percentage. Winner this year at the Franklin Hills Country a wide variety of human needs. The continuing changes : that---:.-affett - our comnitinity. Population
shifts
are
Cansing
us
-to
give_
increasing
attention::
Club stag was the professional division, which raised 122 per cent emergency situations overseas and the ongoing
suburban.:CaPitaf iequiremeatt- '-of some of our -
of its- 1970 total. At presentation ceremonies are (from left); Meyer needs of our institutions here at home posed prob- to
agencies. At the- ;. - Satie: time, inii;:,:ilanning process
M. Fishman, 1971 campaign chairman; Norman D. Katz, co-chairman lems and challenges of unprecedented proportions.
those
Consistent with its traditions, our Detroit Jewish keeps in front of 41. . - 'the totalativith needs of
of the professional division; Jack A. Robinson, division chairman;
area, as
Bruce E. Thal, division co-chairman; Paul Broder, president, Detroit community demonstrated ready acceptance of the who gontinue,:to;liVe iniiii,--ineticiPolitan:
is
our-
responsi-
Service Group; and Max M. Shaye, 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign- challenges. It can thus view with pride its accom- well : as those in:outlying: arena.: It Jewish needs
bility to - make "sere" that -neglect- : Of
plishments last year which helped strengthen Jewish
Israel Emergency Fund chairman. .
does not occur by :Virile -of physical Iodation.
identity and survival here and in Israel.
There have been some ternarkable- developments. _ - _
: During the year the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency. Fund raised the highest total in our on the college youth ._fiont this tiast year, with our
history in recognition of Israel's need. for massive, Detroit camtisunitY,involVed 'among others. We
additional help in absorbing new immigrants and predated the acute-need for eugmented funding of
Providing health, welfare and educational services programs directed: to-: our:collegians, both at home
for her-people. Members of the community respond- and on their.campuses. This past year we in Detroit
ed with unprecedented generosity and more volun- have done --mare - thin ever " before, and no doubt:.
, teers served in our campaign than - ever before. we shall be asked to 'do even-.more next year.
The agonizing, predicament of tisonsands of our .
We attempted in a sense to match the unprecedented
Soriet brethren Ints',,:captured our attention as
-? sacrifices by Israel's citizens for their own defense
never before. , Many 'of _ our :national beneficiary
and _security. •
agendes,' and especially, our Jewish Communitr--
At home, seeking to enhance the _quality of Jew-
Council at -hamet _ - _haire placed this issue upper.:,
_ ish life, we continued to sustain the programs neces-
most on the communal, Agenda; The recent re-
sary to maintain a strong and united community
Jewish, Conference
-
organization; of the hiserican
and to plan for the future of our own agencies. We
on Soviet Jewry --has,-,:been".conceived to become
have included as one of our objectives a constant
the voice of the :.Anieritaii-eoniscience."-The thou-
searching for ways and means to deepen Jewish
sands of Soviet ,IeWewimit,_dist manage. to emigrate
commitments.
this year and: last -are but a 'beginning trickle: '.:,
- -With regard to more concrete services too, 5731
Thole numbers multiplied as we enlarge
Saw people begin enjoying the new Henry M. Butzel
our dynamic and activist,:programs reaching out ,.
Senior Citizens Village at Ortonville, and over 200
--_ elderly men and women moving into the new Fed-
toward -:-CVerf inine*:4--Ottr.: land. "
..
-
-
eration
Apartments.
MI6" the. tie inmsdiehMents of the past Year
- quality of
So we
It leas- le- _thetwith WIDiam Airman-ICadndrbglie
The
hrindicaped,
young
and
old,
carried
on
Meyer AL Fisimsan's jacket, bit he's just holding-a conference with their training and employment in the modern
ponsi-
xliaflieem
again
:rededicate
-ntsrsebtee iw:5732 'to
to our res
Fishman, 1971 chairman, anti Samuel Frankel; -1972 chairman of - facilities of the Jewish Vocational Service and
borne-
bility "far: t*"7.W04a0: 4*, ciuk.iellaw
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Erne* enty, Fund. Avronin is
Workshop;- so new they are yet
and _
executive vice president of the Jewish Welfare Federation. They're . Community
be dedicated.
.: - Our-.pledife:iii":.aeree and giye' is -renewed. ,our .
shown at dinner festivities at the annual stag day of the Detroit to Sinai
Hospital
increased
the
scope
and
depth
,of
resolve
that..eierY" lee mast be free and able te
Service Group.
its care - of the sick, including pioneering work in lire :w1111.:ditalWand,oettie---Oontbil.ies: We move for- -
medical
research
oL
monumental
importance.
These
-- e„ solid foundation-

ward
together,•-itifiriiig,'bisili
THE DETROIT JEWISH,
56—Friday, September 17, 1971

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