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October 15, 1982 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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Friday, October 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pianist to Entertain at Donor
for UHS Woman's Auxiliary

Jonathan Livny to Address
Pioneer Women Donor Lunch

Pianist Fedora Horowitz
will entertain at the
Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools an-
nual donor luncheon 12:15
p.m. Nov. 10 at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Horowitz made her debut at
age 12 with the Romanian
Broadcasting Orchestra.
Following her graduation
from the State Conservat-
ory of Bucharest, she im-
migrated to Israel, where
she became permanent sol-
oist with the Israel Broad-

Jonathan Livny, former
attorney general for the
West Bank, Judea and
Samaria, will be the keyn-
ote speaker for Pioneer
Women/Naamat, Greater
Detroit Council's donor

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casting Symphony Or-
chestra.
Mrs. Horowitz also
taught at the Jerusalem
Academy of Music.
In 1974, Mrs. Horowitz
made her American
debut in New York. She
has appeared with major
musical groups locally.
Proceeds from the donor
will help provide schol-
arships for UHS students to
go to camp or study in Is-
rael, tuition for needy stu-
dents, books for the UHS
and Midrasha libraries,
programs for Russian im-
migrant children here and
for the training of Jewish
teachers.
For ticket information,
call Betty Weiner, 851-1584
or 851-7134; or Jean Levy,
357-0424.

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reservations, call chapter
donor chairmen or the
Pioneer Women/Naamat
office, 967-4750. Guests are
welcome.
Evelyn Noveck is
president of the Greater De-
troit Council. Naamat
Funds Vice President is
Renee Shuster. Bulletin
Chairmen for the donor are:
Miriam Rose, Lorraine
Gale, Frieda Barris, Alice
Ross and Ethel Wasser.

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luncheon 12:30 p.m. Oct. 24
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Livny is a veteran of Is-
rael's Defense Forces and
served in the Six-Day War,
the Yom Kippur' War, and
during the recent war in
Lebanon, he worked as a
member of the army's "Job"
unit, which has the duty of
informing families of the
death of a son, husband or
father killed in action.
Livny was the yourikest
law student at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem,
and the youngest person to
become a lawyer in Israel at
age 21. He continued his
legal edu6ation at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania
Law School under a full
scholarship.

In Israel, Livny served
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office as chief pro-
secutor. He represented
Israel at various interna-
tional conferences.
Upon his return to Israel,
Livny became assistant to
the minister of tourism, and
then legal adviser in the
Knesset. He is now the
shaliakh to Canada, repre-
senting the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.

Frieda S. Leemon, im-
mediate past national
president of Pioneer
Women/Naamat and
chairman of the day, an-
nounces that the reserva-
tion deadline is Saturday.
There is a charge. For

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father of Queen Beatrix.
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