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May 27, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-27

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38 Friday, May 27, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leonard R. Strelitz Elected
Head of UJA 1978 Drive

Campaign at UJA's execu-
tive committee retreat at
Glen Cove, N.Y.
Frank R. Lautenberg, the
outgoing UJA General
Chairman, will be president
of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, Inc.
Strelitz served for several
years as a UJA national
chairman. Before that, he
was president and chair-
man of the United Jewish
Fund of Norfolk, Va. and a
member of its board and ex-
ecutive committee.

GLEN COVE, N.Y.—
Leonard R. Strelitz of Nor-
folk, Va., was elected gener-
al chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal for the 1978

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He is past chairman of
the building fund of the Nor-
folk and Virginia Beach
Jewish Community Center,
a director of the United Is-
rael Appeal, and a member
of the board of governors of
Tel Aviv University.

WILL BE

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Strelitz was the 1971 recip-
ient of the Annual Award of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.

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Ansell, Harriet Band, Mar-
lene Borman, Rochelle
Jackier, Linda Lee, Beverly
Peterman, Sarah Portnoy,
Janice Schwartz and Ms.
Stern.
For an additional three-
year term on the Advisory
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nual paid-up membership
luncheon noon Thursday in
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Committee women and 25-
year members will be rec-
ognized. Dues will be ac-
cepted at the door.

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DETROIT LODGE will in-

stall William Rosen as presi-
dent 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the installation dinner-
dance at the Raleigh
House. Guests are invited.
For information, call
Rosen, 355-4393.

Hirsch president at its re-
cent election meeting. Also
elected were: David
Redisch, Donald Simon and
David Weiner, vice presi-
dents; Solomon Budney and WSU Hillel
Seymour Kraus, secretar- Sets. Installation
ies; Morton Becheck, treas-
urer; Ralph Miller, chap-
The Bnai Brith Hillel
lain; and Dr. David Fried- Foundation of Metropolitan
man. warden. The lodge an- Detroit will have its annual
nounced a pledge of $5,000 , installation and awards pro-
towards the new Hillel facil- gram 8 p.m. Tuesday at
ities at Michigan State Uni- Adat Shalom Synagogue.
versity.
Students from Wayne
State University, Oakland
and Oakland
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nual theater party 8 p.m.
June 23 at the Northland
Twin Theaters. A preview
showing of the musical
"New York, New York,"
starring Liza Minelli and
Robert de Niro, will be
shown. For ticket informa-
tion, call Mrs. Eugene Per-
lstein, 968-2896, or Mrs.
George Karabenick, LI 3-
5715.

Entrance and ample parking in rear
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Past presidents of the Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division gathered for a "family portrait" at the
division's annual meeting. They are, from left, Frieda Ste
man, Edythe Jackier, Barbara Marcuse, Esther Jone...
Bernice Hopp, Ann Daniels, Helen August, Josephine Wei-
ner and Shirley Harris.

AIPAC Executive
Will Speak Here

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will have its an-

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Barbara Marcuse, a for-
mer division president. an-
nounced the division's gift
of a shelf of children's
books in the Jewish Commu-
nity Center library in mem-
ory of Dorothy Karbel, divi-
sion president from 1957 to
1959.

DETROIT LODGE CHAP-
TER will hold its sixth an-

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For a first term on the
Advisory Service Council,
Rose Gould and Helen
Rice.

For an additional three-
year term on the board of
directors, Zivia Grekin,
Marjorie Krasnick, Ellen
Labes, Ms. Mahler, Doris
Priver, Helen Shevin and
Barbara Stone.

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Carolyn Greenberg has
been re-elected president of
the Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Nancy Hirsch and Leah
Snider, were re-elected. and
Dulcie Rosenfeld and Jessie
Stern elected, as vice presi-
dents. Also re-elected were
Shelby Tauber and Renee
Mahler, corresponding and
recording secretaries, re-
spectively,' and Shirley
Harris and Frieda Stoll-
man, representatives to the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Board of Governors.
Other officers are:

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Carolyn Greenberg Re-Elected Federation Women President

Morris Amitai, executive
director of the American Is-
rael Public Affairs Com-
mittee and editor of Near
East Report, will address a
luncheon meeting of the De-
troit branch of AIPAC,
noon June 7, at Franklin
Hills Country Club.
Announcing the meeting,
Morris Brandwine, co-
chairman of the local
AIPAC committee with Wil-
fred B. Doner, stated that
Amitai will review the polit-
ical aspects of American- Is-
rael relations.
"He will deal especially
with the effects on these re-
lations from the results of
the election in Israel, "
Brandwine said.

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