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April 30, 1982 - Image 47

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Friday, April 30, 1902 41

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Shown planning the annual meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's Division are, from left,
Shelby Tauber, Janice Schwartz, Tillie Brandwine,
Dulcie Rosenfeld, Carolyn Greenberg, Beverly
Peterman, Barbara Marcuse (standing), Evelyn
August and Esther Jones.

Tauber reports on this
year's programs, former
presidents will add their
remembrances of how var-
ious projects began. The
significance of their efforts
and those of current volun-
teers will be highlighted.
Among —the past
presidents participating
will be Helen August, Tillie
Brandwine, Ann Daniels,
Carolyn Greenberg, Shirley
Harris, Diane Hauser,
Edythe Jackier, Jennie
Jones, Barbara Marcuse,
Dulcie Rosenfeld, Frieda
Stollman and Josephine
Weiner. Esther Jones is
coordinator for the event.
Jane Sherman, division
Campaign chairman, will
report on the division's
work for the Allied Jewish
Campaign and Project Re-
newal. Federation
President Avern Cohn will
bring greetings to the
group.
The election and installa-
tion of officers and board
members for the coming
year also will take place.
Contributors to the 1982
Campaign through the
Women's Divisioh are eligi-
ble to vote.
Paid reservations are due
Wednesday. For informa-
tion, call Federation
Women's Division, 965-
3939.

ices Division chairman for
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and vice president of
the Jewish Community
Center. Jackier will speak
about his recent participa-
tion in a fact-finding mis-
sion to Ethiopia to explore
the Falasha situation.

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Legislators Meet

Representatives from. the
Jewish community met
with state legislators this
week as the guests of the
Jewish Community Council
to discuss the community's
concerns.
Legislators attending the
meeting were State Sen.
Doug Ross, Reps. Joe
Forbes, Burton Leland, L.
Jean Willoughby, Wilbur
Brotherton and William
Bryant, Jr.
Representing the com-
munity were Allan Gale,
and Alvin L. Kushner of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Marian Shifman, Oscar
Hertz, Rabbi Israel Hal-
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Zelda Robinson, Susan
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The event will take place
Wednesday and Thursday
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Participants will exam-
ine and discuss the findings
of a questionnaire sent to
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auspices of the division's
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