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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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LOCAL NEWS

Tauber Annual Report
At Federation Meeting

Outgoing Jewish Welfare
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber will deliver his an-
nual report, and a new
president will be elected at
Federation's 60th annual
meeting and birthday cele-
bration, 6 p.m. Sept. 16 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center.
Among the meeting's high-
lights will be the presenta-
tion of the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Award to David
Handleman. The Award is
the Jewish community's
highest honor for service.
Previous recipients of the
Butzel Award and former
presidents of Federation will
also be recognized that eve-
ning.
Another highlight will be
the presentation of standing
displays depicting the work of
Federation and its service
agencies over the years.
Using historic and current
photos, the displays are an
anniversary gift from Federa-
tion to each of its member
agencies. They will be shown
in the lobby of the Center
through Sept. 21, and then
donated to their respective
agencies and to the Butzel
Building, to stand as a per-
manent exhibit.
During the business por-
tion of the meeting, the
Board of Governors election
and installation will take
place.
Nominated to the Board for
an additional three-year term
are James M. August, Mar-
lene Borman and Richard
Sloan. Nominated for a first
three-year term are Dr. Con-
rad L. Giles, Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Helen Shevin, Robert
Slatkin, Robert Sosnick and
Jessie Stern.
Federation
Former
President Max M. Fisher is

1 - 1 Founder of Production of Tool Supply, one of America's largest distributors

of industrial supplies and tools and a major importer of Israeli industrial
products.
Ti Past President, Technion Society - Detroit Chapter

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Marketing Israeli Industrial Products

program chairman .. .

Louis Milgrom

• Technical Director, Mercury Paint Company
• Past President, Technion Society - Detroit Chapter

TECHNION GRADUATES PRODUCE THE HIGH-TECH
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FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign
Kickoff

A Campaign kickoff for
Campaign leadership will get
the Allied Jewish Campaign
underway Sept. 14.
Set for 9 a.m. to noon at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center, the meet-
ing will feature Senator
Howard M. Metzenbaum of
Ohio, the U.S. Senate's rank-
ing Jewish member.
Chairmen of the day are
Shelby Tauber and Peter A.
Alter. The program includes
breakfast, a presentation of
the "Case for '87", a series of
six workshops — for new and
veteran volunteers — led by
members of Federation's
Campaign and budgeting and
planning divisions, and re-
marks by Sen. Metzenbaum.
Admission is by invitation
only to workers and Allied
Jewish Campaign con-
tributors of $850 and over.
For information, call Ken
Mintzer at Federation, 965-
3939.

Joel Tauber

honorary chairman of the
annual meeting, and George
Stutz and Linda Klein are
chairmen.

Stag Day
On Wednesday

In recognition of the De-
troit Service Group's 60 years
of service to the Allied
Jewish Campaign, chairman
N. Brewster Broder is plan-
ning a special Stag Day.
Set for Wednesday at
Franklin Hills Country Club,
the 37th annual Stag Day
thanks the hundreds of vol-
unteers who worked on the
1986 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
After golf and tennis,
workers will have an awards
dinner honoring the Cam-
paign leadership team of
Stanley D. Frankel and Paul
D. Borman. Previous Allied
Jewish Campaign chairmen
and Detroit Service Group
presidents will also be hon-
ored.

Tourism
Decline
Reported

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
number of tourists arriving in
Israel in the first six months
of this year was 531,900, as
compared with 649,200 in the
same period last year — a
decline of 19 percent, the Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics
reported last week.
During the first six months
of 1986, 448,600 tourists ar-
rived by air, as compared with
559,900 in the same period in
1985 — a decline of 20 per-
cent — while 75,800 tourists
arrived in the same period
last year.

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