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January 29, 1982 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, January 29, 1982

JWF Executive Committee Will Be Headed by Berman

The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration Executive Commit-
tee has named Mandell L.
Berman as its new chair-
man. Berman replaces

officer.
Berman, president of
Federation in 1972-1975,
previously has been the
Executive Committee

George M. Zeltzer, who res-
igned the volunteer post
this month upon assuming a
one-year assignment as
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chairman. He also is a
former president- of the
United Heberw Schools and
of the Midrasha.
Long active in Jewish
community affairs, Be-
rman was the 1978 reci-
pient of Federation's
Fred M. Butzel Memorial
Award for distinguished
community service. Be-
rman serves on numer-
ous Federation commit-
tees and co-chairs the
special search committee
seeking candidates for
the position of Federa-
tion executive director.
Berman is a member of
the United Jewish
Charities Board of Direc-
tors, chairing its invest-
ment committee. He serves
on the UJC finance commit-
tee.

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Wallach, son of Mrs. Dora
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the late Mr. Josef Wallach.
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