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June 20, 1980 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-20

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26 Friday, June 20, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lawrence Jackier Will Lead
UJA Young Leadership Body

The elevation of Detroiter
Lawrence S. Jackier to the
chairmanship of the United
Jewish Appeal's National
Young Leadership Cabinet
marks the second consecu-
tive year that Detroiters
have held the top national
UJA young leadership post.
Jackier succeeds Stanley
D. Frankel, whom he as-
sisted as chairman-
designate for the past year.
Four other Detroiters
serve in key executive
committee roles this year:
Dr. Richard Krugel, co-
chairman of the missions
program; Joel Gershenson,
Judaica chairman; Mark
Hauser, YLC Region V
chairman; and Irwin Al-
terman, Detroit Area
chairman.
Former chairman of
the national missions
program, Jackier said
plans are under way for a
500-member young lead-
ership mission to Irael,
under Dr. Krugel's co-
chairmanship, from Oct.
30 to Nov. 9. Three sub-
missions will each visit
one other locale besides
Israel: Poland, Hungary
or Egypt.
Another area elevated in
importance by the Young
Leadership Cabinet is the
Judaica program, chaired
by Gershenson. Jackier

Several area residents
have announced their
graduations from profes-
sional schools and receipt of
honors.
Among them are: Susan
Tukel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sherwin Tukel of Oak
Park, who received a Juris
Doctor degree cum laude
from the University of
Michigan Law School;
Dr. Aryeh L. Stollman,
son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Samuel S. Stollman of
Windsor, who earned a MD

LAWRENCE JACKIER

said, "It recognizes the im-
portance of Jewish em-
phasis in our lives and in
what the UJA does."
As Region V chairman,
Hauser heads the YLC
groups in Michigan, Ohio,
Kentucky and part of In-
diana. Alterman chairs the
Young Leadership pro-
gramming in the Detroit
area.
Jackier, who has chaired
the YLC leadership de-
velopment committee, is a
member of the boards of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and Jewish Community
Center and a member of
Federation's Capital Needs
Committee and Culture and
Education budget and
planning division. He was
co-chairman of the 1980 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign Pro-
fessional Service Division.

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Michael E. Berke and
Allen S. Juris have been ap-
pointed associate executive
directors of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
Berke, assistant director
ofFederation and director of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, assumes the title of
associate executive
director-fund raising. Dr.
Juris, former budget direc-
tor of the Toronto Jewish
Congress, becomes,associ-
ate executive director re-
sponsible for agency–rela-
tions and planning.
A member of the Federa-
tion staff for seven years,
Berke has served as ad-
ministrative assistant with
primary responsibility for
the Campaign, director of
the Campaign's Food and
Mercantile divisions, "Fed-
eration liaison with the
United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet
-_and secretary of the na-
tional agencies budgeting
and planning division.
Before joining Federa-
tion, Berke was executive
director of Hillel Day
School. He is a graduate
of Wayne State Univer-
sity.

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of Southfield.

Michael Berke, Allen Juris
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degree at the Albert Eins-
tein College of Medicine in
New York;
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Bloomfield, who has been
named to the dean's list at
the Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute in New York; and

Suzie Walters, fourth from right, Michigan Region
ORT "Woman of the Year" was honored at an Israel
Bond reception, hosted by Marlene and Paul Borman,
that provided Israel with $271,500 in new subscrip-
tions of Israel Bonds. At the event, attended by 85
guests, are, from left: Mr. and Mrs. Borman; Leah
Snider, Detroit Israel Bonds Women's Division
chairman; Molly Lapides; David B. Holtzman, Israel
Bonds Detroit general chairman; guest speaker Israel
Amitai; Mrs. Walters; Rochelle Lieberman, who pre-
sented a tribute to the honoree; Sharon Hart, Michi-
gan Region ORT president; and David B. Hermelin,
Israel Bonds midwest regional chairman.

MICHAEL BERKE

Dr. Juris staffed the
budget and allocations
committees of the Toronto
Jewish Congress from Sep-
tember 1976 until his pre-
sent appointment. As
budget director, he assisted
in the preparation of all
budget materials and fiscal
reports of beneficiary agen-
cies for use by The budget
and financial committee.
He also staffed the lead-
ership development pro-
gram of the Toronto Jewish
Congress as well as di-
visions of the United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Formerly, Dr. Juris
served with the Associ-
ated Jewish Charities of
Baltimore and taught at
St. Louis University. He
holds a PhD degree from
the University'of Wiscon-
sin and masters degrees
in social work and
Judaica from the Univer-
sity of Maryland and the
Baltimore Hebrew Col-
lege.
Dr. Juris serves on the
national advisory board of
the Baltimore Institute .for
Jewish Communal 'Service
and has held cantorial posi-
tions in several cities.

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