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November 25, 1977 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 25, 1977 33

Chairmen Announce Pre-Campaign Associates

Phillip Stoliman and
Philip T. Warren, general
► chairmen of the 1978 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund, have
announced the appointment
of five pre-campaign associ-
ate chairmen. They are
Sherwood Colburn, Marvin
anto, Milton Lucow,
D. Tauber and William
a M. Wetsman.
Colburn, a former , chair-
' man of the Services-Arts

and Crafts Division, was a
_pre-Campaign associate
chairrnan_last year and a
pre-Campaign—vice chair-
man in 1975 and: He is
• a member of the boards of
the Detroit Service Group
and the Jewish Community
Center and serves on Feder-
ation's Collection Review

-• Committee.
Danto was a pre-Cam-
paign vice chairman last
year and is a former chair-
man of the Mercantile Divi-
sion. He is a member of
Federation's Collection
•- Review Committee and is
on the boards of the Jewish
Vocational ServiCe and the
Detroit Service Group.

4

LUCOW

A member of the faculty
at St. John's Provincial
• Seminary in Plymouth,
o . 1Vlich., has been appointed
to the advisory committee
of the Secretariat for Catho-
lic-Jewish Relations.
Fr. Ronald Modras, pro-
1.0
fessor of systematic theol-
• ogy at St. - John's, was
appointed to the advisory
committee by Bishop
• Francis J. Mugavero of
Brooklyn, the present epis-
0 . copal moderator of the sec-
retariat. The advisory corn-
,. mittee provides input to the
secretariat and the bishops,
and hel s s•read and le-

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Ram:A Gan, Israel.

.ainuniV

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GUIDE
Complex

the Detroit- Service Group
board.
* * *
Women's Division
$500 Luncheon
The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund Women's Division will
hold a brunch meeting for
$500 contributors Dec. 6 at
the Standard Club in the
Renaissance Center.
Guest speaker will be
Vivian Dinitz, wife of
Israel's ambassador to the
United States.
The event will begin with
a chartered bus trip from
the Northland Theatre park-

ing lot at 11 a.m., with wine
and cheese served en route.
Brunch will be served at the
club at 11:30.

Jane- Sherman is chair-
man of the $500 meeting.
Joan Goldrath is associate
chairman, Judy Frankel
briefing chairthan and
Rosalie Kolbert assign-
ments chairman. Vice
chairmen of the $500 divi-
sions are Tillie Brandwine,
Doreen Hermelin, Marjoiie
Krasnick, Sally Soberman,
Merle Solway and Barbara
-
Wachler.

For information, call Lois
Brown at the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.



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Simon • Plafkin will be
installed as president of the
Pinsker Progressive Aid
Society 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Bnai David.
Other officers to be
installed are : Manuel Kat-
zman and Milton Ole.nick,
vice presidents ; Manny
Ekelman, Norman Blake
and Sylvia Miller, secretar-
ies; and Fred Katz and Wil-
liam Kunin, treasurers.

In the top photograph, Israel Ambassador to the U.S.
Simha Dinitz, left, is /shown at the recent General Assembly
of the Council of Jewish Federations congratulating Mr.
and Mrs. Martin (Myra) Citrin. Citrin was toastmaster of
the General Assembly dinner at which he was elected a
CJF- vice president. In the bottom photograph, Robert G.
Slatkin, left, Detroit's Young Leadership Award recipient,
is congratulated by Alan Marcovitr of Milwaukee, a mem-
ber of the CJF board.

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Lucow has chaired the
Junior, Metropolitan and
Professional divisions. He
was a pre-Campaign vice
- chairman `for the 1977 Cam-
paign. Presently serving as
Ow chairman of the Midrasha -
College of Jewish Studies,
be is a past president of
United Hebrew Schools.

• Catholic-Jewish
- Board Appoints
Detroit Priest

duced a multi-color . poster.
For more inrormation,
write . the Israel Diamond

WETSMAN



Tauber, a pre-Campaign
chairman last year, is asso-
date chairman of Feder-
• ation's National Agencies
Division and chairman df its
• personnel committee. He is
a member of the boards of
the Jewish Community . Cen-
ter and the Jewish Family
Service, and is a regional
vice chairman of the UJA
National Campaign Cabinet.
He is also a member of
- Detroit's delegation to the
Large City Budgeting
Conference.
Wetsman, a pre-Cam-
paign associate chairman
• for the previous two Cam-
, paigns, is a past president
of Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice, on whose board he still
serves, and Jewish Family
Service. He is . a member of
ii1FINation's Collection
Committee and of

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—A
number of cabinet ministers
will be making overseas
trips this month. Premier
Menahem Begin will /spend
four days in London where
he will meet with Prime
Minister James Callaghan
and opposition leader Mar-
garet Thatcher.
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan will be in Bonn as
guest of Foreign Minister
Hans-Dietrich Genscher and
will also meet with Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt.
Finance Ministet Simcha
Ehrlich left for Belgium
recently to address the
Keren Hayesod.

1.

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Jane Sherman, left, chairman of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund Women's Division $500 sec-
tion, talks over plans for the $500 contributors' meeting
Dec. 6 with Campaign chairman Dulcie Rosenfeld, center,

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