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November 27, 1987 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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Detroit presented Mrs. Car-
din with a shofar and lauded
her "unmatched creative
leadership and grace."
Cardin's voice broke as she
described her term as
paralleling "the three
darkest years of her life," a
reference to her husband's
implication in the Maryland
bankinc, scandal.
At Wednesday night's open-
ing plenary, incoming Jewish
Agency chairman Mendel
Kaplan, via live satellite
transmission from South
Africa, praised Cardin's
tenure and announced that
she will be taking over the
chairmanship of the Agency's
long range planning
committee.
Cardin followed with a
speech that set the tone for
the CJF General Assembly.
Federations nationwide, she
said, must continue to make
strides in addressing the pro-
blems of singles, the elderly
and Jewish education. The
CJF is also focusing its atten-
•tion on a "continental
membership" for the Jewish
community because of its
higher
But
mobility.
priorities must be placed on
Jewish communal service and
the challenge of religious
factionalism.
Federation endowment
funds have reached the $12
billion mark, and the annual
campaigns this year will ex-
ceed $800 million. But vast
problems remain for Jews at
home and for Jews "in Iran,
Ethiopia and Russia."

,

Berman Elected
CJF President
etroit's Mandell (Bill)
Berman was elected
president of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations. Ber-
man has been a vice president
for several years, and active
nationally and locally in the
area of Jewish education.
At Saturday's election, Ber-
man was flanked by CJF past
presidents Max M. Fisher and
Martin Citrin. Berman told
the delegates that Jewish
federations nationally face a
time of change "as federa-
tions are being turned to in-
creasingly for more and bet-
ter services."
"We must always look at
our ever-changing services,"
Berman said, but added a
warning that federations
must remain "the one ad-
dress where all concerns and
constituencies must feel they
have an equal voice."
Nearly 90 Detroit and na-
tional leaders honored Ber-
man at a Shabbat dinner. For-
mal toasts were offered by
Marty Kraar, executive vice
president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, CJF

D

President

Shoshana Cardin,
and Bill and Madge Berman's
children, Jonathan and Ann.
The Kiddush was led by Dr.
Allen Juris, Federation's
associate executive director
who is an ordained cantor.

David Hermelin led a hap- -
py 70th birthday song to Ber-
man, offered to put on one of
his famed magic shows, but
settled for leading the Birkat
Hamazon. Detroit Federation
President Dr. Conrad Giles
served as master of cere-
monies for the dinner tribute.

Detroiters Play
An Active Role
n addition to Ber-
man's election, Stan-
ley Frankel was elected to
the CJF board, joining
George Zeltzer and Carolyn
Greenberg, whose terms ex-
pire next year. Frankel was a
panelist at a forum on involv-
ing the next generation in the
federation campaigns. He jok-
ed that it soiled his "perfect
record" of never attending
business sessions at the CJF
General Assemblies.
Detroiter Robert H. Nafta-
ly was also honored at the
CJF meetings. A luncheon,
chaired by Zeltzer, was held
marking Naftaly's tenure as
chairman of the large Cities
Budgeting Conference which
decides on allocations to na-
tional Jewish agencies.
Dulcie Rosenfeld chaired
several sessions for the CJF
Women's Division; Linda Lee
was a panelist at one
Women's Division session and
was a featured speaker at a
program on the well elderly.
Mrs. Lee discussed the In-
stitute for Retired Profes-
sionals program at the Jewish
Community Center.
Michael Feldman co-
chaired a session on cam-
paign skills. Peter Alter
chaired two sessions on Pro-
ject Otzma. Jane Sherman
was a speaker on Project
Renewal. Martin Citrin head-
_ ed the nominating committee
for the CJF. Zeltzer chaired a
session on cultural programs
for adult Jewish education.
Harlene Appelman discussed
Detroit's Jewish Education
For Families project.
Marty Kraar was the
speaker at a Women's Divi-
sion directors seminar and at
a similar program for cam-
paign and endowment direc-
tors. Dr. Giles, who chairs the
CJF Planning Committee,
headed a session on reaching
out to the non-involved and
unaffiliated.
The Detroit area also
played an active role in a ses-
sion on transmitting Jewish
values to college students.
Chaired by Joel 'Dauber, who
heads CJF's committee on

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