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November 11, 1977 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-11

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50 Friday, November 11, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

41.

Detroiters Assigned Leading Roles
at Dallas CJF Assembly Sessions

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Detroit agencies affiliated
with the Jewish Welfare
Federation are participat-
ing in seminars of the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, now in
session in Dallas, Tex.
One of the major lead-
ership roles at the CJF Gen-
eral Assembly is held by
George Zeltzer, who is
chairman of the Large City
Budgeting Conference. Sev-
eral days have been devoted
to discussions on allocations

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by federations throughout
the country.
CJF General Assemblies
always make note of impor-
tant communal anniver-
saries. The important one
this year was observed
Wednesday afternoon at a
special function devoted to
the Jewish Telepraphic
Agency. William Landau,
president of JTA, presided
at the function, and partici-
pants included Murray
Zuckoff, JTA editor, and
John Kayston, executive
vide president.
More than 30 Detroiters
are attending the CJFWF
session, including Jewish
Welfare Federation Presi-
dent Martin E. Citrin; hon.:
orary executive committee
chairman Max M. Fisher,
chairman of the Jewish
Agency; executive com-
mittee chairman Mandell
Berman, who is chairman of
the board of the American
Association for Jewish Edu-
cation's Zeltzer; and vice
president Frieda Stollman.
Federation board mem-
bers at the conference
include Michael Maddin;
Joel D. Tauber', Bruce E.
Thal; Phillip Stollman,
chairman of the 1978 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund; .Stanley
Frankel; Hugh W. Green-
berg and his wife Carolyn,
Women's Division presi-
dent; and Women's Division
Campaign Chairman Dulcie
Rosenfeld.
Robert G. Slatkin is also
attending and Rabbi Sey-
mour Rosenbloom, of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, is
Detroit's rabbinical
delegate.

Students to Hear
Local Pathologist



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