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July 15, 1983 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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42 Friday, July 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Frankel, Naftaly to Co-Chair 1984 Campaign

Names of the 1984 Allied member of United Jewish Anti-Defamation League
Jewish Campaign co- Charities, chairs both its fi- and Jewish National Fund
chairmen — Stanley D. nance and investment and is a trustee of Adat
Frankel and Robert H. Naf- committees and serves on Shalom Synagogue. He and
taly . — have been an- the board of the Jewish his wife Judy have two chil-
nounced by general chair- Community Foundation. dren.
man Jack A. Robinson.
He also serves on the board
Naftaly has also served
Frankel is Jewish Wel- of
United
Hebrew as a Campaign officer for
fare Federation treasurer Schools-Midrasha.
several years. He is a
and has been a Campaign
In addition, Frankel is a member of the Federa-
officer for a number of former national chairman
tion Executive Commit-
years. He is a member of of the United Jewish Appeal tee and chairman of its
Federation's Capital Needs Young Leadership Cabinet. National and Community
and Culture and Education He is a member of the board Relations Agencies
budgeting and planning di- of the Council of Jewish
budgeting and planning
visions. He is a board Federations, the Michigan
division. He serves on

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Detroit Allied Jewish Campaign Chairman Jack
Robinson was greeted by Prime Minister Menahem
Begin in Israel during a recent United Jewish Appeal
mission.

three Federation com-
mittees: cash mobiliza-
tion, collection review
and Federation-Council
liaison.
He is on the boards of
United Jewish Charities
and its Jewish Community
Foundation, Detroit Service
Group and Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
Naftaly is vice chairman
of the Council of Jewish
Federations' Large City
Budgeting Conference and
chairman of the national
budgeting committee of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith. He is a member
of Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses.
Robinson and Naftaly
were among a group of De-

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troiters who participated in
the recent United Jewish
Appeal mission to Poland
and Israel.
For Robinson, Poland
was a return to the birth-

place of his forebears —
"back to the enormous
cemetery that remains of
Polish Jewry." He re-
turned from the visit
saddened but deter-
mined to make "Jewish
renewal" a cornerstone
of the 1984 Campaign.
In Israel, the Detroiters
visited Ramla, this commu-
nity's Project Renewal
"twin city." They also met
with representatives of the
Jewish Agency, former
Soviet "refuseniks" and
other Israelis.
The enthusiasm and ex-
citement that greeted them
in Ramla, "where De-
troiters are considered fam-
ily," was a far cry from the
sadness that enveloped
them in Poland. They vis-
ited sites in the area of the
former Warsaw Ghetto,
participated in a ceremony
of rededication at the
Ghetto Monument, cele-
brated the Sabbath in the
recently restored
synagogue and attended a
performance of "The Dyb-
buk" at the Yiddish Thea-
ter.

. Robinson said that the
representative from Po-
land's Ministry of Religious
Affairs spoke "glowingly" of
the Jews and noted with
pride that the government
supports the Yiddish Thea-
ter (most of whose actors are
not Jewish).
Naftaly was with
Robinson in Ramla. He
conveyed the feeling of

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The Madame Cadillac Dancers of Detroit perform
at Fresh Air Society's Camp Maas in the Bert and
Toba Smokier Pioneer Skills Center. Pictured are,
from left: Harriet Berg, artistic director of the dance
company and dancer-in-residence at Camp Maas;
Constance Houghton; Dennis East; and Larry Day.
Campers who participated in the production were:
Michael Berman, Mathew Brittenham, Neal Budman,
Paul Cohen, Jeremy Gold and Scott Millman.

pride expressed by Ram-
la's residents — its older
citizens who now have
their own center, its chil-
dren who are benefitting
from innovative educa-
tion programs, its
families who are enjoying
the many activities and
learning opportunities at
the new community cen-
ter named for Detroiters
Max Fisher and Alfred
Taubman.
Other Detroiters who
were with Robinson and
Naftaly in Israel were Mar-
lene Borman and Michelle
Passon, Campaign chair-
man and director, respec-
tively, of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division; Jane Sherman,

STANLEY FRANKEL

Detroit's Project Renewal
Committee chairman;
Wayne L. Feinstein, Feder-
ation executive director;
and Michael E. Berke, asso-
ciate executive director for
fundraising.

On Campus

Ron Lev, son of Dr: and
Mrs. Amos Lev of South-
field, placed in the top 10
out of a field of 21,000 stu-
dents in this year's Michi-
gan Mathematics Prize
competition and earned a
silver award and a $400
scholarship for the second
consecutive year.
As a result of having the
leading score at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School on the annual
American High School
Mathematics Exam for the
past four years, Lev re-
ceived a gold medal from the
Mathematics Association of
America, the Society of Ac-
tuaries and the National
Council of Teachers of
Mathematics.
* * *
Lawrence Kron of Oak
Park, was graduated from
the University of Detroit,
College of Liberal Arts with
a Doctor of Philosophy de-
gree in clinical psychology.

Dr. Arthur Brown of
Huntington Woods, profes-
sor of the philosophy of edu-
cation at Wayne State Uni-
versity, has been named
"Educator of the Year" by
the WSU chapter of Phi
Delta Kappa, national edu-
cational fraternity.

"I cannot do it," never ac-
complished anything; "I
will try," has wrought won-
ders.
--J. Hawes

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