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December 25, 1981 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

Search Committee Named
for JWF Exec. Director

Lifetime Fitness is an tive officer of Winkelman
Appointment of an execu-
organization geared to pro- Stores Inc., will re-e've the tive seach committee that
mote a healthy lifestyle 1982 silver plaque award will seek candidates for the
through various fitness for excellence from the Na- position e of Jewish Welfare
programs, educational tional Retail Merchants Federation executive direc-
workshops, personal con- Association Jan. 11 during tor has been announced by
sultations and adult camp the opening luncheon of the JWF President Avern L.
"spa" programs. Directors - NRMA's 71st annual con- Cohn. The position will be
are Jan Goldberg and Suzy vention at the New York open following the resigna-
Ran. Classes are available Hilton.
tion of Sol Drachler, _effec-
in Southfield, West Bloom-
tive June 1.
field and Novi. For brochure
Judge Cohn said that the
Diet Center, owned by
and information, call Ms. Phyllis Seel and Judy Sokel, committee, chaired by
t'an, 542-0697; or Ms. offers a weight reduction Mandell L. Berman and
ldberg, 477-1239.
and permanent weight loss Thomas I. Klein, will in-
* *
program via counseling, clude Ruth K. Broder,
Carolyn Krieger, direc- rather than with pills, shots Samuel Frankel, Joel D.
tor of public relations for the or contracts. Clients are Gershenson, Dr. Conrad L.
Michigan Inn, received first counseled in person daily at Giles, Irwin Green, Rabbi
place honors in the category four locations: 30233 South- Irwin Groner and Barbara
of "promotional publicity" field, Southfield; 2820 W. Marcuse. Drachler and
in the American Hotel and Maple, Troy; 6070 W. George M. Zeltzer will serve
Motel Association's 13th Maple, West Bloomfield; the committee as advisers.
The past executive vice
annual Gold Key Public Re- and 19075 Middlebelt,
lations Achievement Livonia. For details, call the
Awards Competition.
Southfield office, 642-5665; Detroiter to Wed
* * *
or the West Bloomfield Toledo Miss
Charles N. Agree, Inc., office, 855-3420.
architects, has announced
its association with the firm JDC Elects
of Harley Ellington Pierce
Yee Associates, architects, Fisher, Citrin
engineers, planners.
Detroit Jewish communal
* * *
leaders Martin E. Citrin
Keith Schare's Design- and Max M. Fisher were
It specializes in the custom elected to the board of direc-
fashioning of laminated ta- tors and executive commit-
bles plus graphic wall de- tee of the American Jewish
signs for residential and Joint Distribution Commit-
commercial clients. For ap- tee (JDC) at its annual
pointment, call Design-It, meeting in New York.
Citrin, former Jewish
569-2462.
* * *
Welfare Federation
Stanley J. Winkelman, president, was elected
MISS LEVIN
chairman and chief execu- president of the Council of
Jewish Federations in No-
Mr. and Mrs. David Levin
vember. Fisher, a past of Toledo, Ohio, announce
president of the CJF, is the
the engagement of their
FLOOR
honorary chairman of Fed- daughter, Amy, to Larry
COVERING-
eration's executive commit- Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
tee and board chairman of Carl Carson of Southfield.
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Youth
News

BETH ACHIM Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
President Mark Hubert will
attend the internationals in
Washington, D.C., though
Thursday.
Lahav is preparing for its
annual Tamarack retreat to
be held Jan. 8-10. Registra-
tion forms are available in
the youth office.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Kvutzat Shabat will meet
3:45 p.m. Saturday. Youth
groups for boys in grades
four-six will meet 3:45 p.m.
Saturday at Young Israel of
Greenfield.

EARLY
DEADLINES

The Jewish News has
early deadlines for the
issue of Jan. 1. The
deadline for local news
and display advertising
is 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec.
24. Display classified
deadline is noon Mon-
day, Dec. 28. Regular
classified deadline is 2
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29.

president of the Council of
Jewish Federations, Robert
I. Hiller, has been appointed
staff director of the search
committee.
Judge Cohn an-
nounced that in the com-
ing transition months,
beginning in January,
former Federation
President George M.
Zeltzer will become chief
operating officer, with
Drachler serving as chief
executive officer.
Until his departure on
May 31, Drachler will serve
as executive vice president,
a position to which he was
elected by the Board of Gov-
ernors last month. On June
1, Zeltzer will assume the
executive office until a new
director is named. Follow-
ing that date, and for a
period of five years, Drach-
ler will serve Federation in
a consultative capacity,
Judge Cohn said.

Friday, December 25, 1981

Award Winner

WATER CLEAR

Gail Broder, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Broder of Huntington
Woods and a junior at
Berkley High School, won
second place in a writing
competition sponsored by
the English Department of
Wayne State University.

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