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September 22, 1978 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-22

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THE !EMIT 1E11(14 NEWS

Carmi Slomovitz to Head JNF

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Carmi Slomovitz, busi-
ness manager of The Jewish
News, was unanimously
elected president of the
Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Detroit
at the annual meeting Sept.
14 at the Zionist Cultural
Center.
Slomovitz succeeds Mark
E. Schlussel who has served
three terms.

Also elected were: vice
presidents — Mrs. Irving (Reba)
Bloom, Samuel Geller, David
Gubow, Ruben Isaacs, Mrs.
William (Belle) Levin, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Faye) Menczer and Martin
Rosenfeld; treasurer, Samuel J.
Wilson; secretaries, Larry L.
Guttenberg and Mrs. Jules (Shir-
ley) Kraft; executive and ad-
ministrative committee, Harold
Berry, Morris J. Brandwine,
Marvin Daitch, Seymour J.
Frank, David Hermelin, David B.
Holtzman, Lawrence Jackier,
Harold Jaffa, Shirley Kraft, Mrs.
Oscar Kramer, Mrs. Sidney Leib,
Mrs. Louis Levine, Charles Mi-
lan, Mrs. Pearl Nosan, Mrs.
Harry Silverman, Mrs. Frank
Silverman, Mrs. Lawrence
Sklar, Phillip Stollman, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Stollman, Mrs. Frank
Rath, Schlussel, Samuel S. Sim-
mer, Philip Slomovitz, Dr. Israel
_ Wiener, Judge Michael Stacey,
David P. Zack and Jack Zwick.

Slomovitz has served as
national vice president of
the Zionist Organization of
America, president of the
Zionist Organization of De-
troit, and is a life board
member of ZOD. He was an
officer of Centennial Lodge,
Bnai Brith, active in the

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which 10 percent were from
non-Jews.
He said, "This coming
year will be eventful and
exciting — precipitated by
recent historic events. We
are contemplating some
special celebrations in 1978
and 1979. We shall again
observe JNF Month, the
month of Shevat, Jan. 29 to
Feb. 27; JNF Sabbath on
Feb. 10, and of course, Tu
b'Shevat, Feb. 12. One of the
highlights of this special
month will be a special JNF
60th Anniversary Service
at Temple Beth El, on Jan.
25. The JNF Women's
Donor culminates on Jan. 9
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
"A special memorial trib-
ute for the late Judge Lawr-
ence Gubow will be co-
sponsored by the Land-
smanshaften Societies, the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, the Jewish War Vet-
erans and the federal and
local judiciary on March
28."

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CARMI SLOMOVITZ

Jewish War Veterans;
served as chairman of the
development fund of the
Hillel Day School, was on
the board of the Business
Men's Group, City of Hope,
American-Israel Chamber
of Commerce and adult edu-
cation committee of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
He was 1978 associate
chairman, Food Services
Division, Allied Jewish
Campaign and past chair-
man of the printers and pub-
lishers section. He is a
member of the board of the
Jewish Vocational Service
and the Detroit Service
Group.
Slomovitz pledged "to
make 1978-79 the best year
in the history of Detroit's
activities on behalf of JNF."
He stressed the JNF five-
year master plan for the
years 1978-1983, which
calls for the site develop-
ment of 80 new villages, the
building of 2,000 kilometers
of roads; the afforestation of
40,000 acres; the prepara-
tion of 12,000 acres of
wasteland for new farming
and 1,000 parks and recrea-
tion areas.
The meeting heard re-
ports by Mrs. Irving
Bloom, president of
Women of JNF, Mrs. Faye
Menczer, president of
en of JNF;
Young Wom
Abe Dishell, chairman of
the Landsmanshaften
Societies for JNF;
Samuel J. Wilson, trea-
surer, and Percy Kaplan,
executive director of JNF
for Greater Detroit and
Michigan.
Kaplan reported that tree
sales in the last year
through Detroit JNF to-
taled "well over 100,000," of

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