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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, November 9, 1979

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Charities' Inaugurates $100 Million Fund,
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to meet its goal by the end of
the' 1980s.
- The annual meeting also
was the occasion to honor
Stanley J. Winkelman,
business and communal
leader, with Federation's
highest award, the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award.
The event also saw the elec-
tion of nine members-at-
large to the Federation
Board of Governors. Re-
elected were Albert M.
Colman, David B. Herme-
lin, Dr. Mark L. Kahn,
Michael W. Maddin and
Bruce E. Thal. Elected for
initial three-year terms
were Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Stuart E. Hertzberg, Jessie
Stern and Shelby Tauber.
The report of the
nominating committee
was presented by Shirley
Harris. The membership
also approved an
amendment to Federa-
tion's by-laws to allow
the election of a_
maximum of five Federa-
tion vice presidents in-
stead of four.
Former
Federation
President Alan E.
Schwartz, recipient of the
Butzel Award in 1974, in-
troduced Winkplman and
presented the medallion
and framed citation.
Thanking his wife and
family for their support,
Winkelman also had a mes-
• sage for "young leaders and
potential leaders.
"Communal involvement
must relate to the Jewish
and general communities-.
Involvement in the general
community is an important
aspect of involvement in the
Jewish community."
Winkelman suggested
that the organized Jewish
community in Detroit
follow the path of the Cleve-
land Jewish community,
and merge its Jewish Cora-
Inanity Council and Jewish
Welfare Federation into one
agency.
The business and
communal leader added
that "prayer, people-
hood, culture and fund
raising were not
enough." He added that
social action was needed
to achieve the goals of the
community.

"A strong commitment to
the Jewish community is
fundamental, and a strong
commitment to the general
community is equally fun-
damental. One without the
other is not enough."
Regarding recent rifts be-
tween the black and Jewish
communities, Winkelman
said "we need to refocus our
efforts."
Meanwhile, in his annual
report, Federation
President George M. Zeltzer
spoke of the "challenges we
face in the decade of the '80s
and the ways that we will
have to prepare to meet
them."
He said that Federation
will have to "view the
community from every
angle, to assess its areas
of need; to formulate
major communal goals
and to ensure that our
now and future agencies
fulfill the communal con-
sensus as to reaponsibil-
ity and function."
Zeltzer noted four areas
which will present special
challenges and oppor-
tunities:
• Youth and aging, two
groups which will need
greater support in the corn-
ing decade;
• Immigration to our
community and the ex-
panded tasks of rescue, re-
settlement and rehabilita-
tion of refugees;
• The prospects for
greater involvement of the
Jewish community in the
legislative arena on issues
which concern it;
• Israel's isolation in the
international arena and the
special problems of an Israel
adjusting to peace on one
front and no peace on the
others, while trying to solve
domestic difficulties.
Zeltzer paid special trib-
ute to United Jewish
Charities, predecessor and
"senior member" of Federa-
tion, which is celebrating its
80th anniversary.
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