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May 26, 1989 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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12 FRIDAY. MAY 26.19

lien Juris, associate
executive director of
the Jewish Welfare
Federation for the past nine
years, will leave his post in
August to take the helm of
the Windsor Jewish Com-
munity Council.
"It's a new opportunity,"
Juris said. "Windsoris much
smaller, less departmentaliz-
ed and more integrated.
"I've been here nine years
and I've really enjoyed
Detroit," Juris said. "It is a
good time for me to leave. It's
time for new blood:'
Juris came to the Detroit
Federation from Toronto,
where he served as budget
director for four years of the
'Ibronto Jewish Congress. He
also held a field placement
post with the Associated
Jewish Charities in
He has lived in Windsor
since taking the Detroit job
and calls Windsor one of the
finest small Jewish com-
munities in North America.
"People in Windsor are very
warm. They extended a nice
invitation and I accepted. I
am looking forward to a dif-
ferent job?'
Before venturing into the
Jewish communal field, Juris,
who holds a doctorate in
English Renaissance
literature, was an assistant
professor of English at St.
Louis University. He also
taught secondary school in
New Jersey.
With his doctorate already
in hand, Juris returned to the
classroom in 1974, where he
earned master of social work
and master of arts in Judaica
degrees from the Baltimore
Institute for Jewish Com-
munial Service.
Entering the Jewish com-
munal field, he said, was an
"I was always involved in
Jewish affairs," he said. "It
just happened?'
His involvement includes
serving on the national ad-
visory board for the
Baltimore Institute for
Jewish Communal Service,
serving as a board member
for St. Louis' Washington
University's Hillel Founda-
tion and holding cantorial
positions in St. Louis,
Baltimore and Toronto. Juris
also was a member of
American Professors for
Peace in the Middle East.
Juris assumes the title of
executive director of the

Allen Juris:
Moving across the river.

Windsor Council, replacing
the retiring Joseph
Eisenberg, who ran the Coun-
cil for 31 years. Federation of-
ficials said they have not
named a replacement for
Windsor's Jewish communi-
ty is estimated at 2,000, half
of which is over age 60. Com-
munity leAders say they are
excited to bring him aboard.
"He was head and
shoulders above all of the
other candidates," said Ellen
Brudner, a Windsor attorney
who headed a four-month
search committee. "He is real-
ly well-rounded and there was
never any question about who
we were going to hire."
Eisenberg called Juris a
good man, adding that he is
comfortable leaving the
Windsor Jewish Community
Council under Juris' leader-
ship. I=1


Righteous Visits
Emanuel Tanay

The Polish man who helped
Dr. Emanuel Tanay and his
family survive the Nazis dur-
ing World War II arrived in
Detroit this week for a one-
month visit.
Stefan Jagodzinski was a
member of the Polish
undergraound in 1943 when
Tanay was placed by his
parents in the Mogila
monastery near Krakow.
Jagodzinski helped 'Panay, his
sister and mother, and visited
Dr. Tanay's father in work
camp in an effort to help him
Jagodzinski has been
honored by the Yad Vashem
Holocaust museum in
Jerusalem and was cited by
Governor James Blanchard
and Senator Jack Faxon at
the recent Yom Hashoah
observance in Lansing.



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