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June 26, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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THE DETROIT, JEWISH. NEWS b

46 FriHay; Junk M 194

Be cautious with whom,
you associate, and never
give your company or your

James Deutchman Elected U
President of Junior Division

confidence to those of whose
good principles you are not
sure.

A gathering of 260 young
adults was on hand last
week at the Jewish Com-
munity Center as James
Deutchman, heading a slate
of officers and board mem-
bers for the coming year,
was elected president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Junior Division.
Division
Outgoing
President Benjamin F. Ro-
senthal reported on the
year's activities, particu-
larly citing the work ac-
sof
complished by the oral his-
tories committee and the
does your child show
school and youth campaign
(the latter in conjunction
exceptional art ability?
with Federation's Women's
Division).
SMALL PERSONAL CLASSES
Rosenthal congratulated
ARE NOW BEING FORMED
the division members on
FOR SUMMER,WITH THE
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raising $240,000 for the re-
SPECIAL STUDENT IN MIND
B.A. art/anthropology
cently concluded Allied
CERTIFIED TEACHER
Jewish Campaign - Israel
art education
for further information
Emergency Fund. He said
call evenings 280-0795
Junior Division led other
Campaign divisions in
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achieving the greatest per-
centage increase of dollars
raised over last year (17
percent). There also was a
33 percent increase in the
number of contributors to
Campaign through the
Junior Division, he said.
Deutchman, co-
chairman of the di-
vision's 1980-1981 Men's
Pre-Campaign, has been
a division member since
1975. He has served in
liaison positions to the
Jewish Community
Council's committee on
international concerns
and the Shapero School
of Nursing committee. He
was chairman of last
year's annual meeting.
New division officers are
Caryl L. Scheuer, chairman
of the executive committee;
Bruce Gershenson and
James A. Safran, vice
presidents; Cathy P. Segel,
secretary-treasurer; and
Julie Borim, Susan Ger-
shenson, Philip J. Liner,
Mark Y. Segel, Betsy G.
Snider and Paul Zlotoff,
executive committee
members-at-large.
The newly elected board
members are Rochelle
Anixt, Douglas Etkin,
Linda Etkin, Martin Gene,
Susan Gershenson, Denise
Goldman, Melinda Green,
Marcie L. Katz, Lawrence
Kraft, Lawrence Lax, David
Liner, Paul Needelman, Ar-
thur Rothschild, Sherri T.
Schiff and Howard Tapper.
Returning to the di-
vision board for another
term are Norman D. Ash,
Gerald 0. Brody, Bruce
Etkin, Aviva S. Fried-
man, Fred L. Goldenberg,
David M. Gubow, David
H. Gutow, Philip Rand-
leman, Steven L. Harris,
Helen Kaye, Lynn
Keidan, Carol L. Klau,
Kenneth M. Korotkin,
Joel D. Lerman, Cynthia
Mandelbaum, Warren E.
Robinson, Lori A. Som-
mers, Steven Steinway
and Susan F. Strager.
Sheryl Friedman was
chairman of the nominating
committee. Sandra Feuer is
director of the Junior Di-
vision.

City of Hope Unit
Plans a Dinner

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Sunday at the Colony Park
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The dinner will celebra t e
the success of the club's an-
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