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November 18, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 18, 1977 25

Campaign Appointments, Division Re-Organization for '78

social services. Jewish
Community Center and
advertisers and media.
Five sections from the old
Services-Arts and Crafts
Division are in the new
Food and Services Division:
printers and publishers:

amusements, photography
end musicians ; dry cleaning
and personal services; tex-
tile maintenance ; and laun-
dry and linen drivers.
The organization of the
other Campaign divisions
remains largely unchanged.

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Sixty-five women participated in the Jewish Welfare Federation Women's Division's
annual 'leadership seminar, the largest group in the more than 20 years the seminar has.
been offered. During seven sessions the participants visited Federation agencies and spoke
with their directors and presidents, discussed Federation's budget and planning process
and spoke with several members of recent study missions to Israel. Jessie Stern is Division
vice-president for education; Sally Levy, associate chairman for the seminar; Sherri Lum-
berg, seminar chairman; and Carolyn Greenberg, Women's Division president.

Four vice chairmen and
three pre-Campaign chair-
men have been appointed to
lead the 1978 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
General Chairmen Phillip
Stollman and Philip T. War-
ren announced the appoint-
ment of Paul Borman.
Avern L. Cohn, Edwar=d C.
Levy. Sr. and A. Alfred
Taubman as vice chairmen.
Benjamin H. Frank, Mal-
colm S. Lowenstein and
Graham A. Orley will chair
the 1978 pre-campaign
drive.
Borman, a chairman of
the Food Division for many
years, has served as vice
chairman and pre-Cam-
paign chairman. Last year.
he served on the Campaign
Cabinet.
Cohn, a Campaign vice
chairman from 1974 to 1977,
has also served as pre-Cam-
paign - chairman. He is a
member of Federation's
executive committee and
chairman of the National
Agencies budget and plan-
ning division. A member of
the board of United Jewish
Charities and the executive
committee of the Jewish
Community Council, Cohn is
a national vice president of
the American Jewish
Committee.

Levy has served as Cam-
paign vice chairman since
1968. He is on the boards of
United Jewish - Charities.
Jewish Home for Aged,
Sinai Hospital and the.

Detroit Service Group.
Taubman. a vice chair-
man in the 1976 and 1977
Campaigns. previously
served as associate chair-
man, pre-Campaign chair-
man and chairman of the
Real Estate and Building
Trades Division. He is a
member of the Sinai Hospi-
tal Board.
Frank, a pre-Campaign
associate chairman in 1977,
is a member of Federation's
executive committee and
serves on the boards of
United Jewish Charities,
Jewish Home for Aged,
Tamarack Hills Authority
and the Detroit Service
Group.
Lowenstein was a pre-
Campaign associate chair-
man last year. He is a
member of - Federation's
Board of Governors and of
its Capital Needs Com-
mittee and also serves on
the Sinai Hospital board
Orley, a pre-Campaign
associate chairman in 1977,
was previously a chairman
of the Real Estate and
Building Trades Division.
**

form a Food and Services
Division.
Splitting of the Profes-
sional Division, which had
been the largest in the Cam-
paign, will result in "better
organization and better
campaigning," said Feder-
ation Executive Director Sol
Drachler. The two new divi-
sions have an approx-
imately equal number of
contributors.
The Professional Health
Divsion, includes medical
physicians, osteopathic phy-
sicians. dentists, pharma-
cists, optometrists, podiatr-
ists. health services and
convalescent homes, veter-
inarians, and Sinai Hospital.
The Professional Service
Division includes attorneys,
accountants, insurance,
finance, government serv-
ices, engineers and scien-
tists, educational services.
synagogues and schools.

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He who gives a small do-
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than the man who robs the
people and gives a large do-
nation of others.
—The Talmud

Divisions
Re-Organized

Several divisions of the
Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund
have been reorganized.
Major changes involve the
separation of the Profes-
sional Division into two
parts and the merger of the
Food Division and Services-
Arts and Crafts Division to

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