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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 12, 1980 41

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Super Sunday Coordinators, Campaign Division Chairmen Named

The appointment of five
coordinators to assist with
the Jan. 18 Allied Jewish
Campaign Super Sunday
telephone appeal has been
announced by Super Sun-
day chairman Sol Cicurel.
They are Jonathan Jaffa,
volunteer recruitment;
Morton Zieve, public rela-
tions; Jane Sherman and
Linda Lee, worker training;
and Harriet Colman, cleri-
cal. They 'will be aided by
volunteer committees who
will enable more than 300
volunteer Campaign sol-
icitors to reach thousands of
potential Campaign con-

"ibutors.





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super Sunday is a
nationwide effort, under-
taken by 100 communities,
to raise funds for local fed-
eration agencies and be-
neficiaries in Israel and
around the world.
Jaffa, former president
of the Jewish Welfare
Federation Junior Di-
vision, received the
William H. Boesky Young
Leadership Award in
1979. He serves on Feder-
ation's Culture and Edu-
cation budgeting and
planning division, as well
as the Outreach Commit-
tee. Active in Bnai Brith
and the Anti-Defamation
League, he is a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Zieve is chairman of the
board of Simons Michelson
Zieve, Inc., advertising.
Mrs. Sherman, vice
president and campaign
chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division, heads
the United Israel Appeal
Project Renewal Committee
and serves on the UIA board
of directors. She also is
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal Project Re-
newal Committee's sub-
committee on fund raising.
She was named the first
chairman of UJA's Young
Women's Leadership
Cabinet, serves on the Fed-
eration Board of Governors
and received the Sylvia
Simon Greenberg Leader-
ship Award in 1971.
Mrs. Lee, who is associate
briefing chairman and a
member of the board of the
Women's Division, serves
on the executive committee
of the UJA Young Women's
Leadership Cabinet. She
serves on the boards of
Fresh Air Society and the
Jewish Community Center,
is recording - secretary of
Hillel Day School's board of

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directors and belongs to
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
several organizations.
Mrs. Colman, a member
of the Women's Division
board, has chaired the di-
vision's Phonogift clerical
committee for many years
and will do so again for the
1981 Campaign. She served
as co-chairman of the in-
formation center for the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions General Assembly last
month and is a former board
member of the United He-
brew Schools. She has been
active in Hadassah and
Temple Beth El.

* * *

Campaign Division
Chairmen Named

Marvin .H. Goldman and
David S. Mondry, general
chairmen of the 1981 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund, have an-
nounced the appointment of
chairmen of the nine Cam-
paign divisions.
They are Sidney Freed-
land and Emery I. K, ein,
Mercantile; David K. Page
and Harry L. Silverman,
Professional Service; Sol R.
Colton and Bob Rosenthal,
Food and Services; Donald
Fox and Dr. Harris Mains-
ter, Professional Health;
Joel D. Gershenson and
Robert M. Citrin, Real Es-
tate; Albert Newman and
Morris Rochlin, Industrial
and Automotive; Benjamin
F. Rosenthal, Junior; David
Levine, Metropolitan; and
Jane Sherman, Women's.
Freedland and Klein are
serving their third year as
co-chairmen of the Mercan-
tile Divison. Freedland is a
member of the boards of the
Jewish Vocational Service
and the Jewish Community
Center. Klein, treasurer of
the Hebrew Free Loan
Association, serves on the
boards of the Jewish Family
Service, Jewish Vocational
Service and Detroit Service
Group.
Page and Silverman
were co-chairmen of the
Professional Service Di-
vision in 1979 and 1980.
Page is chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-

tion's Committee on Caps both have served as co-
correspondent with the Is-
ital Needs and a member chairmen of the Industrial
rael Defense Forces.
of Federation's Execu- and Automotive Division.
Kenneth J. Safran is
tive Committee.
Newman is a member of the
chairman of the Profes-
sional Reception Planning
Silverman serves on Fed- boards of United Hebrew
Committee; associate
eration's National and Schools and Detroit Service
chairmen are Dr: Darryl T.
Community Relations Group. Rochlin serves on
Goldberg and 'Mark R.
Agenices Budgeting and the board of Jewish Voca-
Hauser.
Planning Division and on tional Service.
Serving as committee
Rosenthal, president of
the board of Detroit Service
members are Dr. Mark
Junior Division, has been
Group.
Diem, Bruce J. Finsilver,
Colton and Rosenthal are active as a division Cam-
Edward D. Gold, Larry
chairing the Food and Serv- paign worker since 1974.
Gormezano, Dr. Steven
ices Division for the third He is a Junior Division
D. Grant, Robert A. Shap-
year. Colton is a member of liaison to the budgeting
iro, Steven J. Solomon,
the boards of the Jewish and planning divisions of
KENNETH SAFRAN
Dr. Richard D. Williams
Welfare Federation, Jewish Federation's Committee
Home for Aged and Detroit on Capital Needs and their spouses 8 p.m. Tues- and David N. Zimmer-
Service Group. Rosenthal Community Services Di- day at Knollwood Country man.
Club.
Dr. Harris W. Mainster
was a worker and officer in vision.
Guest speaker at the and Donald Fox are chair-
Mrs. Sherman, a vice
the Food Division for many
president of the Women's gathering, for contributors men of the Professional
years.
Fox, a Professional Division, is serving her first of $250 and over, will . be. Health Division. Profes-
Health Division co- year as division Campaign Akiva Baum, an Israeli na- sional Service Division
chairman during the last chairman. She is a member tive currently associated chairmen are David K. Page
two Campaigns, has been of the Jewish Welfare Fed- with a prominent Wall and Harry L. Silverman.
For reservations, call Pro-
active for many years in the eration board of governors. Street law firm. Baum has
Pharmacists Section of the and of Federation's Com- also practiced law in Tel fessional Divisions Director
munity Services Budgeting Aviv and served as a radio Allan M. Gelfond at Federa-
division.
commentator and military tion, 965-3939.
Dr. Mainster, division and Planning Division.
cochairman last year
* *
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ORT in France

NEW YORK — A 16mm
documentary on the work of
ORT in France called "The
Link and the Chain" has
been released by Women's
American ORT.
The film describes the
origins of the Jewish com-
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Reception are, from left, AJC-IEF Chairmen Marvin
- Goldman and David Mondry, guest speaker Rabbi
Herbert A. Frieclmauoansi Jewish Welfare Federation
president George M. Zeltzer.

HARVEST TIME SPECIAL

WASHINGTON — The
U.S. announced that it will
ask Turkey for an explana-
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downgrade diplomatic rela-
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