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September 21, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1984


1973 — a post that has been as-
sumed this year by his son Stan-
ley as co-chairman of the 1985
Campaign with Robert Naftaly.
He has held nearly all of the key
leadership positions in the annual
fund-raising drive and is a major
gifts chairman for 1985.
Frankel has been a driving
force behind the Jewish Associa-
tion for Retarded Citizens, sup-
porting the development of a
series of residential homes for the
organization. Among his local
civic duties, Frankel is presently
on the board of directors of the

Nationally and on behalf of Is-
rael, Frankel has played an active
role in the work of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, of which he is a trus-
tee, and established the Samuel
and Jean Frankel Traditional
School in Jerusalem. He has
traveled to Israel on numerous oc-
casions and was a member of a
special mission of American
Jewish leaders in 1971, when he
met with Prime Minister Golda

Black-Jewish relations event topic

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of the A. Philip Randolph
Institute and the Labor Zionist
Alliance will present a preview
showing of the "Roots of Hate" at
7:30 p.m. on Monday at the
Northwest Activities Center, De-
The A. Philip Randolph Insti-
tute and the Labor Zionist Al-
liance have a long standing coali-
tion which has • been active in
voter registration, in working to
extend the Voter Registration Act
and Full Employment plus other
issues of mutual concern.
professionally-produced film tape
graphically describes the
similarities of the oppression ex-
perienced by Jews and blacks. The
program also will include talks by
Norman Hill, national president,

A. Philip Randolph Institute, and
civil rights leader, and by Rabbi
Ezra Spicehandler, national
president of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance and Distinguished Profes-
sor of Hebrew Studies at the He-
brew Union College in Cincin-
The program committee is com-
posed of the co-chairmen of APRI
and LZA: Willie Hampton,
president of Metro Detroit APRI;
and Norman Naimark, past
president of LZA, Robert E. Lee,
national representative of the
Amalgamated Clothing and Tex-
tile Workers Union; and Selma
Goode, director, Michigan Jewish
Labor Committee.
A discussion period will follow.
Admission is free, and the public
is invited.

Voter registration Council effort

The Jewish Community Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit, as the
community relations arm of De-
troit's Jewish community, feels it
is incumbent upon the organiza-
tion to establish mechanisms to
encourage broader participation
in the electoral process by both
Jews and the general population
eligible to vote.
To achieve this, the Council has
established an Ad Hoc Voter
Registration Committee chaired
by Hermine Silver. Susan
Moiseev, chairman, and Fred L.
Goldenberg, associate chairman
of the Council's community rela-
tions committee, oversee this
The Council committee ar-

ranged for deputies from the cities
of Oak Park and Southfield to reg-
ister voters today from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Jewish Community
Center Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch in Oak Park and at South-
field Plaza, Southfield Road, and
12 1/2 Mile Road. City of Southfield
deputies will also be registering
voters at Southfield Plaza from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Volunteers, who will be present
to assist the registrars are: Mrs.
Silver, Ms. Moiseev, Goldenberg,
Norma Shifrin, Gerald Macey,
Elma Rader, Ida Burstein, Diana
Leverton, Rose Schwartz, Abe
Gornbein, Reva Gornbein, and
Betty Grant.

Federation names appointees

Marvin Meltzer has joined the
Jewish Welfare Federation as
senior staff associate of planning.
For the past ten years, Meltzer
has served as director of public af-
fairs for the Southeastern Michi-
gan Transportation Authority.
George A. Cohen, who has been
JWF assistant controller and
manager of accounting since
1976, was recently named staff
associate of United Jewish
Reva S. Farenback joined Fed-
eration as staff associate of plan-
ning. Ms. Farenback has served
as staff to the United Way budget-
ing committee in Albany, N.Y.
Shelly Knoll has been named

Nominees to the Board of Governors

Detroit Symphony Orchestra and
Orchestra Hall.

supervisor of financial services at
Federation. Prior to joining the
JWF, she was head of her own ac-
counting services company.
Joyce Luft has been appoined
staff associate, public relations. A
graduate of Boston University's
School of Public Communication,
she was formerly advertising
coordinator of a local marketing
Ellen Shochet, staff associate,
Women's Division, comes to Fed-
eration from an internship with
the Associated Jewish Charities
and Welfare Fund in Baltimore.
Miss Shochet holds advanced de-
grees in administrative social
work and Judaic studies.

Pursuant to the bylaws of the JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DETROIT the following list of nominees, selec-
ted from the membership of the Federation, eligible for election to the Board of Governors of the Federation has
been presented to the Executive Vice-President not less than thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting which will take
place on Monday, October 22, at Adat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills, at 8 p.m.


3-Year Term Ending in 1987

Dr. Leon Fill

Mark E. Schlussel


3-Year Term Ending in 1987

Marvin H. Goldman

Peter M. Alter

Benjamin H. Frank

Janet Levine

David Hermelin

Rabbi M. Robert Syme

David K. Page

Other persons may be nominated by petition or petitions signed by not fewer than 25 members of the Federation
and filed with the Executive Vice-President of the Federation not less than ten days prior to the date of the Annual
Meeting. Only one person may be nominated in each petition and no nomination shall be valid unless the nominee
shall have consented to be a candidate.


Paul D. Borman

Hugh W. Greenberg

Marlene Borman

Michael W. Maddin

Erwin S. Simon

Wayne L. Feinstein, Executive Vice-President
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