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January 01, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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18 Friday, January 1, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

Synagogues, Temples Plan for Campaign-Federation Sabbath

both at home and overseas.
More than 500 individuals
are expected to volunteer
their services as phone-
callers that Sunday.
To date, the following
temples have indicated that
the congregation rabbi
and/or a guest speaker will
be talking about the needs
of Campaign at Friday
night services: Temple Is-
rael, Jane Sherman, Feder-
ation Women's Division
Campaign chairman, on
"One People Indivisible";
Temple Beth El, sermon by
Martin E. Citrin, Council of
Jewish Federations
•president and former Fed-
eration president, and in-
troduction by Temple
President Marvin H.
Goldman, 1981 Campaign
general chairman; Temple
Kol Ami, Rabbi Ernst Con-
rad; and,Birmingham Tern-
ple, Rabbi Sherwin Wine.
Synagogues scheduled
to observe the Campaign

. Synagogues and temples
throughout the metropoli-
tan Detroit area will be par-
ticipating in the annual
Campaign - Federation
Sabbath next weekend, Jan.
8-9. The dates have been set
aside to remind Jews of the
importance of tzedaka
(charity) in Jewish tradi-
tion and the vital role
played by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and its
agencies.
The Campaign - Federa-
tion Sabbath will be a pre-
lude to a major telephone
drive for the Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund, 9:30 a.m.-8
p.m. Jan. 17 at the United
Hebrew Schools. Super
Sunday, under the chair-
men Sol Cicurel and Janice
Schwartz, will be an oppor-
tunity for individuals to
make their pledge to the
1982 Campaign and show
their support for fellow
Jews requiring assistance

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Eive Campaign Leaders Named

Jay M. Kogan and Joel D.
Tauber, general chairmen
of the 1982 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel E;ner-
gency Fund, have an-
nounced the appointment of
chairmen to five subcom-
mittees of the Campaign
Management Committee.
Beginning this year,
Campaigh leadership has
been divided into two
categories: Major Gifts and
the Campaign Management
Committee, each having its
own subcommittees. The
Major Gifts Chairmen were
announced previously.
The five chairmen are Dr.
Richard Krugel, missions;
Shelby Tauber, new pros-
pects; Ruth K. Broder,
worker recruitment and
training; Stanley D.
Frankel, upgrade; and I.
William Sherr, collection
review.

chairman this year. He is
a board member of Fresh
Air Society.
Dr. Krugel and his com-
mittee will organize the
lead trips to Israel and other
overseas destinations,
where participants will
learn about the needs of
Jewish communities who
benefit from Campaign.
Mrs. Tauber, a member of
the Federation Board of
Governors, is serving her
second term as president of
the Federation Women's
Division. She had been a
vice president of the di-
vision since 1978, and also
served as chairman of its
Campaign and executive
committees. She is on the
women's division board of
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations.
As new prospects chair-
man, Mrs. Tauber and- her

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The Special Gifts Section
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration Metropolitan Divi-
sion will present guest
speaker George M. Zeltzer,
chairman of the Federation
Executuve Committee, at a
meeting on behalf of the
1982 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund. The event, including
continental breakfast,
takes place 9:45 a.m. Jan.
10 at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center's Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch in Oak
Park.
Zeltzer, president of Fed-
eration from 1978 to 1981,
has served the Detroit and
national Jewish commu-
nity in many capacities. He
is a former president of the
United Hebrew Schools and
chairman of the Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies.
Zeltzer
Nationally,
served as chairman of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions Large City Budgeting
Conference and currently

Dr. Krugel was the 1981
recipient of the Frank A.
Wetsman Memorial lead-
ership Award, given an-
nually to an exceptional
young communal leader.
He is chairman of the
medical physicians sec-
tion of the Professional
Service Division. For
three years, Dr. Krugel
served on Federation's
Culture and Education
budgeting and planning
division. He has been a
member of the United
Jewish Appeal National
Young Leadership
Cabinet, serving as a mis-
sion co-chairman in
1980-1981 and campaign

committee will seek to bring
nto Campaign newcomers
t o the community and
others who previously have
not participated.
Mrs. Broder, a • vice
president of Federation
and 1981 Campaign asso-
ciate chairman, is a
f ormer Campaign chair-
m an and current board
m ember of the Federa-
t ion Women's Division. A
P ast board member of
J ewish Family Service,
he serves on the Jewish
Vocational Service board
of directors and is a
member of Federation's
Community Services ,
budgeting and planning

division. The worker
training and recruitment
committee is charged
with preparing new vo
unteers as Campaign so.
icitors.
Frankel, treasurer of
Federation, was a 1981
pre-Campaign associate
chairman. He is a board
member of the United
Jewish Charities, chairing
both its finance and invest-
ment committees. He also
serves on the boards of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, the Jewish Commu-
nity Foundation and United
Hebrew Schools-Midrasha.
Frankel is a member of Fed-
eration's Capital Needs and
Culture and Education
budgeting and planning di-
visions.
The upgrade committee ,
will work with selected
Campaign contributors to

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encourage increased gifts to
the 1982 drive.
Sherr is a 1982 Campaign
co-chairman, as he was for
the three previous Cam-
paigns. He was associate
chairman in 1978. A former
vice chairman and chair-
man of the Services-Arts
and Crafts Campaign Di-
vision, he is a board member
of the United Hebrew
Schools and a vice president
of the Detroit Service
Group. A former member of
Federation's Board of Gov-
ernors, he is the current
chairman of the collection
review committee, associate
chairman of cash mobiliza-
tion and a member of the
central fund for traditional
institutions. As collections
review chairman, Sherr and
his committee seek to expe-
dite payment of Campaign
pledges.

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Division, and Ronald Karp
is the Special Gifts chair-
man. For meeting informa-
tion, call Sandra Feuer, di-
vision director, at the Fed-
eration office, 965-3939.

Metropolitan Div.
Will Hear Zeltzer

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— Federation Sabbath
with sermons Saturday,
Jan. 9 are: Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Jay M.
Kogan and Joel D.
Tauber, 1982 Campaign
general chairman; Cong.
Beth Shalom, Janice
Schwartz, Super Sunday
chairman, and Rabbi
David Nelson; Cong. Beth
Achim, Dr. Conrad L.
Giles, Campaign leader
and Federation vice

president; Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Joel D. Ger-
shenson, Campaign Real
Estate Division chair-
man; Cong. Bnai David,
Irwin Alterman, United
Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet
leader; Cong. Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses,
Rabbi Irving Schnipper;
Cong. Bnai Moshe, Rabbi
Stanley Rosenbaum; and
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods, Rabbi James I.
Gordon, a member of
Federation's Board of
Governors.
Along with the other con-
gregations, Temple
Emanu-El, Cong. Bnai Is-
rael and Young Israel of
Greenfield have sent their
members literature and
flyers pertaining to Super
Sunday and Federation.

Robert Russell, national chairman of Project Re-
newal for the United Jewish Appeal, and Moshe Kat-
zav, Israel's new deputy minister of housing for Proj-
ect Renewal, were special guests at a recent local
meeting of the Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund's Project Renewal subcommittee. Taking
part in the discussion are from bottom left, clockwise,
Robert H. Naftaly, Cecille Raichlen, Baibara
Satinsky, Emery I. Klein, Russell, Sol Drachler, Earl
G. Grant, Project Renewal Chairman Jane Sherman,
Katzav, Michael E. Berke and Shelby Tauber.

LONDON (ZINS) — The
London Observor recently
published a PLO mem
, which stated that the terrc,
group wants to re-establish
bases in Jordan.
According to the memo,
signed by Yasir Arafat and
other PLO leaders, "Jordan
is the only place where it
would be possible to reach
the. Palestinians in the
occupied territory and
where the PLO would be
free from the military pres-
sure of the Syrians and the
Christian Lebanese."

Cunning is the low mimic
of wisdom.

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