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September 21, 1979 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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70 'Friday, Septenthet 21, 197i

AE461017 JEWISH 'KIS

Training Sessions Scheduled Histadrut State-Making
for JWF Speaker Bureaus -• Role Defined at Local Event

Two training sessions
will be held next week for
volunteers interested •in
speaking on behalf of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
The Federation Women's
Division Speakers' Bureau
will meet 9 a.m. Monday at
United Hebrew Schools,
said chairman Donna Slat-
kin.

A Healthy, - Happy

NEW YEAR

To all our customers and friends

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Wishes all their
customers & friends

A Happy, Healthy
NEW YEAR

Alicia Karr, social work
supervisor at Resettlement
Service, will discuss the
community's arrangements
for Russian immigrants.
Women's Division
President Dulcie Rosenfeld
will give an update on Fed-
eration's local agencies, and
Vice President Jane Sher-
man will speak on Project
Renewal, the social re-
habilitation plan for Israel's
distressed neighborhoods.
There will also be dis-
cussion of speaking
techniques and a show-
ing of the Women's Di-
vision slide presentation
prepared by Mrs. Slatkin
and Beverly Peterman.
Members of the Outreach
Committee's Speakers'
Bureau will gather at 6:15
p.m. Tuesday at the main
Jewish Community Center
for dinner and a training
session.
The program will include
instructions on how to use
the equipment involved in
outreach programs, types of
programs available and
techniques of speaking and
interacting with audiences,
said Edward D. Gold, pro-
gram chairman.

In the year since its
founding, the Outreach
Committee has been most
successful in telling the
Federation story, said
Chairmen Leah Snider and
Dr. Paul C. Feinberg. The
demand for programs
necessitated additional
speakers, they said.

•Congregation Beth Achim
SISTERHOOD

WISHES YOU A
New Yeats
that is blessed with Good Health & Happiness

Sharon Leeman
Esther Grainer
Amy and Max Klein
Anne Baker
Dorothy Silverman
Mrs. Edith Rose
Sol and Bea Docks
Sadye Z. Dudkin
William Freedman
Gert and Sam Cohen
Fern and David Baum
Pearl and Sidney Baum
Ilene and Howard Baum
Larry and Tobi Fox
Michael and Allen
Mrs. Isadore Leeman
Min and Jules Levitt
The Leo Oliva Family
Ruth and Sol Lefton
Irene and Sam Turbow
Mrs. Mildred Crandon
lsaebel and Max Leib
Louis and Eva Stotzky
Jack and Marcia Main
Sarah and Sidney Cohn
Beth and Shel Jacobs
Jennifer and Jeffrey
Evelyn and Carl Maness
Elaine and Jim Kohner
and Family
Bernice and Sam Wilson
Andrea Kay Wilson
Sylvia and Jack Taylor
The Marvin Katz Family
Harriet and Max Kruger

Gladys and Teddy Allen
Marcia and Donald Davis
Jeffrey and Michelle
Edythe and Jack Lampcov
Marc Lampcov
The Jerry Tepman Family
Samuel and Sylvia Kerby
Betty and Irving Levine
Sarah and Meyer Millman
The Ed Rosenbaum Family
Edith and Joseph Deitch
Lillian and Cal DeRoven
Jonas and Esther Dworin
George and Ethyl Rossman
Shirley and David Babich
Leonard and Beverly Mitz
Howard and Ilene
Gloria and Paul Tugender
The Elliot Burns Family
The Gerald Corlin Family
Beverly and Robert Hacker
Libby and Acher Ben-Moche
Aimee and Joel
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cohen
Philip and Shirley Herman
The Burton Levitt Family
Sherman and Clara Goldman
Nettie and Bob Rubinstein
Cantor and Alice Bermanis
Nate and Minnie Glickstein
Leonard and Ophelia Herman
Susan, Jeffrey, Bruce
Joseph and Bertha Levine
Children and Grandchildren
Joseph and Sally Chodoroff

Leonard and Ullian Crayle
Jerome Crayle
Phillis and Seymour Subar
Jeff, Neal, Lorin, Carol
Sadelle and Harry Saltsman
Annie and Ben Friedman
Shelley, Jerry, Susan, Avi
The Joseph Pearlman Family
Judith and Dennis Phillips
Beth, Laurie, Michael
Jerry and Shelley Gershune
Jeff and Debbie
Alice and Morris Kirschner
The William Burlant Family
Jeannette Calfin and Debra
Fredell Whiteman and Family
Roland and Esther Gottesman
Fremont and Edith Sweetwine
Sylvia and Isadore Epstein
Gerry and Leonard Olshansky
Sheila and Arthur Schussler
Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Feldman
Dr. and Mrs. William Stoler
Dorr Ann and Allan Rosenberg
Lillian and Sidney Silverman
Denny and Sandy Brenner
Michael, Lisa, Shelley, Mark
Lolly Partovich and Abe Gale
Harold and Elizabeth Cantor
Jeffrey, Barry, Cindy, Amy
Larry and Dorothy Guttenberg
Donald and Judy Siegel
Renee, Noah, Aaron, Deborah
Mrs. Sidney Cohen and Leonard

Responding to tributes
paid him for a half-century
of services to the Zionist
cause, Morris Lieberman
gave an historical analysis
of the role of Histadrut at
the testimonial dinner
given him at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on Sunday night.

Lieberman spoke of the
many activities of the Labor
Zionist Organization and
the creative efforts of the
organization in the more
than 70 years of activities as
builders of settlements and
the integration of halutzim
in the Jewish homeland.
His wife, Pearl, added her
thanks to the gathering for
establishing the Morris and
Pearl Lieberman dormitory
at Urim, in Kiryat Tivon,
Israel.
Their daughter, Judith
Wiser, spoke for the family
in expressing gratitude for
the honors to the parents.
Bernard Jacobson, execu-
tive vice president of the
National Labor Israel
movement, who made the
presentation to the Lieber-
mans of an expressive
plaque denoting the honors
accorded them, added to
Lieberman's evaluations of
the Labor Zionist accom-
plishments.
Proclamations from Gov-
ernor William Milliken and
Mayor Coleman Young
were among the tributes to
the Liebermans read at the
dinner.
Judge Michael Stacey
was the toastmaster and the
co-chairmen were Isidore
Shrodeck and Abram
Medow.
U.S. Senator Alan
Cranston of California,
guest speaker, spoke with
confidence of the U.S.
friendship for Israel. He
said he was certain the
necessary assistance will
come forth and he stated in
part:
The U.S. should not set
any artificial deadlines for
the Israeli-Egyptian peace
process.
The Carter Administra-
tion, which did so much to
bring about the Camp
David peace agreement,
sometimes shows an unfor-
tunate tendency to want to
push Israeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin and Egyp-
tian President Anwar el-
Sadat too fast, from their
standpoint. I think Special
Middle East Ambassador
Robert Strauss has finally
gotten the President and
the State Department to
realize that's a mistake."
The invocation was given
by Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
of Temple Beth El and the
benediction by Msgr. Cle-
ment Kern.
Participating speakers in
honor of the Liebermans in-
cluded David Lebenbom,
vice president of the Jewish
Community Council; Nor-
man Naimark, president of
the Labor Zionist Alliance;

Next to being shot at
and missed, nothing is
really quite as satisfying as
an income tax refund."
—F.J. Raymond

Ruth Miller, president of
the Greater Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women; and
George Watts, secretary-
treasurer of the Michigan
AFL-CIO.

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Israel Numismatic Society

of Michigan
Community Service Lecture
Meeting
Tues., Sept. 25, 8 p.m.

Oak Park Jewish Community Center

15110 W. 10 Mile Road

Guest Speaker:

MEL WACKS

researcher, writer and lecturer
on Biblical Numismatics in
- the United States

Subject:

The history of the menorah and its deriva-
tion as a Jewish symbol in numismatics.

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