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July 22, 1988 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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Campaign Leaders,
Events Announced

"You Make the Difference"
is the theme of the 1989
Allied Jewish Campaign, and
General Chairmen Jane
Sherman and Paul Borman
have begun to name leaders
of the fund-raising appeal.
Marvin H. Goldman and
David S. Mondry will head a
council of former Campaign
chairmen. The two men
shared the Campaign chair-
manship in 1981.
The pace-setting "Fisher
Meeting" will take place ear-
ly this fall for contributors of
$100,000 and their adult
children. In addition, con-
tributors of $25,000 will at-
tend a meeting with Henry
Kissinger on Sept. 27.
A $10,000 Section Presi-
dent's Club event with special
guest Steve Allen will be held
Nov. 3 at the Palace Arena in
Auburn Hills.
This year's major gifts
leaders are David B.
Hermelin, chairman;
Graham A. Orley, Joseph H.
Orley, Spencer M. Partrich,
co-chairmen; Norman A. Pap-
pas, $25,000 committee;
Lawrence S. Jackier, $10,000
committee; and Mark R.
Hauser and Michael W. Mad-
din, $5,000 committee.
Hermelin was co-general
chairman of last year's
Campaign.
'Ib enhance outreach and
education for contributors
and volunteers, a worker

training rally will be held
Oct. 30 at Hillel Day School.
James M. August and Susan
Citrin are chairmen.
A new gifts effort will be
mounted under the chair-
manship of Linda Lee and
Robert Slatkin.
One of the goals of the
1988-1989 Campaign is to
secure as many pledges as
possible before Jewish
Welfare Federation planning
divisions begin to study com-
munity needs requiring fun-
ding. For that reason, Super
Sunday will take place earlier
than ever: Dec. 11. Edie Mit-
tenthal and Howard J. Tapper
will chair the event, which
contacts several thousand
Detroiters by telephone.
Project Renewal, the effort
to improve the lives of the
citizens of Yavneh, Detroit's
new sister city in Israel, will
be chaired locally by
Lawrence Jackier. A three-
year plan seeks to raise
$2,250,000 for Yavneh.
Others who will chair
various Campaign functions
are Janet Levine, agency
campaign; Dr. Richard
Krugel, adviser to divisions;
Irwin M. Alterman and Dr.
Mark Diem, telethons; Stuart
E. Hertzberg, collection
review; Robert H. Naftaly and
Morris Rochlin, cash collec-
tion; and James A. Colman
and Lauren Liss, Walk for
Israel.

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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1988

Barbara and Irving
Nusbaum will be cited with
honorary fellowships at Bar-
Ilan University's annual din-
ner Sept. 7 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek. The dinner
will also mark the inaugura-
tion of the Barbara and Irv-
ing Nusbaum Post-Doctorate
Medical Research Fund at
Bar-Ilan.
It was in 1952 at the Outer
Drive home of Irving's late
parents, Laura and Abraham,
that the first monies were
raised for the establishment
of Bar-Ilan three years later.
Barbara and Irving
Nusbaum have continued
this family involvement. Irv-
ing served as the university's
Detroit general chairman,
along with David Hermelin,
in 1976-78. Since then he has
continued as an active worker
and as a member of the
university's American Board
of Overseers, as well as serv-
ing on the Executive Commit-

The Nusbaums

tee of the university's Detroit
Friends.
Barbara is a board member
of the American Women for
Bar-Ilan, Detroit Chapter.
The Nusbaum Fund will be
dedicated to the development
of post-doctorate fellows. The
Nusbaum Fund will create a
perpetual source of funding
for these students/
researchers.

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