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November 07, 1980 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zeltzer Re-Elected Federation President

Mack Pitt

and his

Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion President George M.
Zeltzer was unanimously
re-elected at a meeting of
Federation's Board of Gov-
ernors Oct. 28. Other offi-
cers re-elected were vice
presidents Judge Avern L.

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Cohn, Irwin Green, Dulcie
Rosenfeld, Frieda Stollman
and Joel D. Tauber and
treasurer Stanley D.
Frankel.
Zeltzer served as a Feder-
ation vice president for five
years before his elevation to
the presidency. He was
president of United Hebrew
Schools from 1965 to 1968,
chairman of the Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies in
1972 and 1973 and con-
tinues to serve on the boards
of both organizations. Zelt-
zer is a former chairman of
Federation's Culture and
Education budget and
planning division.
A member of the board of
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations, Zeltzer recently
completed a three-year na-
tional chairmanship of the
Large City Budgeting Con-
ference. He serves on the
boards of YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research, American
Association for Jewish Edu-
cation and HIAS (Hebrew .
Immigrant Aid Society).
A member of the board
of the United Founda-
tion, the Economic Advi-
sory Committee to the
Michigan Democratic
Party, the Mortgage
Bankers Association and
the Michigan Bar, he also
is past president of the
Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute.
Zeltzer is president of
American Federal Savings
Association of Southfield.
Avern Cohn, U.S. District
Court Judge, is a member of
the board of United Jewish
Charities. He has served as
treasurer of Federation,
chairman of its national and
community relations
budgeting and planning di-
vision and vice chairman of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund. Judge Cohn is a
member of the Advisory
Council of the Michigan
League for Human Services

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and of the board and public
affairs committee of United
Community Services. He
also has served as national
vice president of American
Jewish Committee and is
former chairman of the civi-
lian police board in Detroit
and of the Michigan Civil
Rights Commission.
Green is a former chair-
man of the Allied Jewish
Campaign and past
president of United Jewish
Charities, on whose board
he continues to serve. He is
also a member of the boards
of Sinai Hospital and the
Detroit Service Group and a
major gifts co-chairman of
the Holocaust Memorial
Center Capital and
Endowment Fund Commit-
tee.
Mrs. Rosenfeld, past
president of Federation's
Women's Division, is
chairman of the commit-
tee coordinating De-
troit's role as host city for
the 49th General Assem-
bly of the Council of
Jewish Federations. She
serves on the boards of
the national women's di-
visions of the CJF and
United Jewish Appeal.
She also is a member of
the board of Jewish
Vocational Service and
of Federation's culture
and education budgeting
and planning division.
Mrs. Stollman, co-
recipient of the 1980 Fred
M. Butzel Memorial Award,
is a past president of Feder-
ation's Women's Division,
on whose board she con-
tinues to serve. She is also a
member of the board of
United Jewish Charities.

With her husband Max, and
brother-in-law Phillip, she
helped fund Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity and was the or-
ganizer and national
president of the university's
Women's Division.
Tauber is co-chairman of
the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaign. He is immediate
past president of the Jewish
Community Center and a
former associate chairman
of Federation's National
Agencies Division. He is a
member of the boards of
Jewish Family Service and
the Detroit Service Group.
Frankel is past chairman
of Federation's culture and
education budget and plan-
ning division. He is a
member of the Committee
on Capital Needs and serves
on the board of United He-
brew Schools and Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies.
Frankel has served as
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's National
Young Leadership Cabinet.
The board also elected
David Handleman and
Robert A. Steinberg as
members-at-large to
Federation's executive
committee. Re-elected
were Louis Berry, Shirley
Harris, Thomas I. Klein,
Jack A. Robinson, Alan
E. Schwartz and Phillip
Stollman.

All terms are for one year.
The recommendations were
submitted by Federation's
Nominating Committee
consisting of chairman
Mandell L. Berman and N.
Brewster Broder, Lester S.
Burton, Dr. Milton H. Gol-
drath and Jessie Stern.

Physicians Will Hear Livny
at Bonds Tribute Dinner

Jonathan - Livny, a
Jerusalem attorney cur-
rently on, a mission to
Canada as a special repre-
sentative of Hebrew Uni-
versity, will be guest
speaker at the Sinai Hospi-
tal of Detroit tribute dinner
on behalf of Israel Bonds, to
be held 6 p.m. Nov. 18 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The event will honor Dr.
Eli M. Brown, chairman of
the Department of Anes-
thesiology at Sinai Hospital
since 1954 and professor
and chairman of the De-
partment of Anesthesiology
at Wayne State University
School of Medicine. Dr.
Brown will be the recipient
of Israel's Maimonides
Award "in recognition of his
outstanding contributions
to the cause of
humanitarianism."
Livny is the former attor-
ney general for the West
Bank, Judea and Samaria, a
position he was appointed to
following the Six-Day War
when he was 25 years of age.
A major in the Israel
Defense Forces Livny
served in that war and in
the Yom Kippur War of
1972. He also served in the
Judge Advocate's office as
chief prosecutor, prosecut-
ing criminal cases and
drafting laws for the West
Bank.
dinner
Tribute

toastmaster will be Dr.
Howard Jacobs, chief of
staff at Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Hershel Sandberg,
chief of the Department
of Endocrinology at
Sinai, is chairman of the
Metro Detroit Israel
Bonds Medical Physi-
cians Division.
For tribute dinner reser-
vations, call Israel Bonds,
557-2900.

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Jerusalem Focus
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The Jewish Students
Organization of Oakland
University will present a
program entitled, "A Por-
trait of Jerusalem," on
Wednesday.
The program will take
place in the Oakland Center
Building. Activities include
two showings of the TV
documentary film,
"Jerusalem," narrated by
Elie Wiesel. The film will be
shown at 10:45 a.m. and 1
p.m. in the exhibit lounge.
At noon, in the Meadow-
brook Room, Dr. Robert
Rockaway of the depart-
ment of Jewish history, Tel
Aviv University, will speak
on "Tales of Jerusalem: Past
and Present." A poster ex-
hibit entitled, "Living in
Jerusalem," will be on dis-
play all day in the Corckery
Alcove.
The public is invited.

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