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August 31, 1979 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-31

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12 Friday, August 31, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sen. Cranston to Address Histadrut Tribute Dinner

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The Israel Histadrut
Campaign dinner honoring
Morris Lieberman to be
held 6 p.m. Sept. 16 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will feature
Sen. Alan Cranston of
California as guest speaker.
The dinner will pay trib-
ute to Morris and Pearl
Lieberman for their nearly
50 years of leadership on
behalf of the Labor Zionist
Movement." Lieberman, an
attorney helped to organize
many Zionist and commu-
nity groups for the support
of Israel.
He is vice president of
AMPAL (American Israel
Corp.), chairman of the
Midwest Region of Histad-
rut and of the Histadrut
Foundation. He is chairman
of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance Midwest Region and
serves on the board and
executive committee of the
national organization. He is
a founder and chairman of
the Histadrut Campaign of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Lieberman algo is a
member of the executive
committee of the Jewish
Community Council,

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SEN. ALAN CRANSTON

chairman of the board of
trustees of the Labor
Zionist Institute and a
member of the board of
trustees of the JeWish
Vocational Service.
He is past president and
executive vice president of
the Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion. He served for many
years on the executive
board of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and was the first
president of the Detroit
Metropolitan Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress.
Born in Macon, Ga., Mrs.
Lieberman is a graduate of
Windsor Collegiate. She
also holds a degree in music
from the Toronto Conser-
vatory. She attended
Wayne State University
and is an accredited
teacher.
Mrs. Lieberman's father,
Max Chafets was one of the
founders of the Poale - Zion
Movement in, Russia. The
Chafets family has always
been active in efforts on be-
half of Labor Zionism. Mrs.
Lieberman has been active
with her husband in the
Labor Zionist movement
and has been chairman of
the Histadrut Campaign for
Pioneer Women.
Sen. Cranston is serv-
ing his second term in the
Senate, and is the Senate
Majority Whip. He began
his career as a journalist

with the International
News Services (now UPI)
and served as a foreign
correspondent in
England, Germany, Italy,
and Ethopia from 1936 to
1938. The following year,
he wrote an expose of Hit-
ler's "Mein Kampf." Dur-
ing World War II he
served in the infantry
and later became an
editor of "Army Talk."
He has been national
president of United World
Federalists and president of
the California Democratic
Council.
Sen. Cranston has been a
consistent advocate of effec-
tive arms control and reduc-
tion and limiting nuclear
proliferation. He is a cham-
pion of environmental pro-
tectionists and has helped to
institute the new Congres-
sional system for tighter
budgetary controls on gov-
ernment spending and
taxes.
New impetus is given to
the planning for the tes-
timonial dinner in the
recognition to be accorded
also to Mrs. Lieberman. For
50 years, an active associate
of the Pioneer Women, Mrs.
Lieberman shared her hus-
band's role in the Labor
Zionist movement as a vol-
unteer in fund-raising for
Histadrut and in many of
his trips to Israel, including

attendance at World Zionist
Congresses.
Proceeds will benefit the
youth training school of
Urim in the Carmel Hills
which will be named in
honor of the couple, the
Morris and Pearl Lieber-
man Dormitory.
For reservations and in-
formation, call Jean Fred-
son at the Histadrut office,
851-0606.

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