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October 10, 1986 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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FROM THE ENTIRE
STAFF OF . .

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Planning for Institute Day are, from left: Dulcie Rosenfeld,
Marlene Borman, Joyce Sherman, Marian Kantor, Sharon
Taylor and, seated, Shelby Tauber.

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"From Dreams to Reality:
Success • and the Jewish
Woman" is the theme of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division's 39th an-
nual Institute Day, set for 9
a.m. Oct. 23 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
The achievements of
Jewish women in the profes-
sional and volunteer worlds
will be showcased at the
forum, which will feature
award-winning actress Susan
Strasberg and Jacqueline
Levine national community
leader.

In addition to their ac-
counts of how they achieved
success, and the role that
their Judaism played in it,
the two women will be inter-
viewed by Debra Silberstein,
co-anchor of WDIV-TV's
weekend evening newscasts.

Strasberg began her
Broadway career in A Diary
of Anne Frank and has since
appeared in many films, tele-
vision shows and plays. She
currently works with the Na-
tional Institute on the
Holocaust, which is creating

the Anne Frank House in
Philadelphia.
Levine is a former chair-
man of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advi-
sory Council and a board
member of the Council of
Jewish Federations. She has
received many awards from
her community — from the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry, of which she is
a vice president, and the
American Jewish Congress,
among others.
When not at the anchor
desk, Silberstein is a reporter
for WDIV-TV. She holds a
B.A. in telecommunications
from Michigan State Univer-
sity and studied international
politics at the University of
London.
Shelby Tauber is chairman
of Institute Day. Joyce Sher-
man and Sharon Taylor are
associate chairmen, and Dul-
cie Rosenfeld is adviser.
Marian Kantor is a vice
president of the Women's Di-
vision, and Marlene Borman
is president. For information,
call the Women's Division,
965-3939.

Soviet Jewry List
Given To Reagan

ALAN HITSKY

News Editor

P

resident Ronald Re-
agan and Secretary of
State George Shultz
were provided with the
names of six Soviet Jewish
refuseniks and a Soviet
Christian, and urged by De-
troiters to place human
rights high on the agenda of
Reagan's meeting in Iceland
tomorrow with the Soviet
Union's Mikhail Gorbachev.
Sen. Donald Riegel - (D-

Mich.) and Rep. William
Broomfield (R-Birmingham)
sent the letter to the
President on Tuesday. Wed-
nesday morning, Broomfield
and Soviet Jewry activists
from throughout the U.S., in-
cluding Detroit, met with
Shultz to press the case of
hundreds of Soviet Jews and
others who have been denied
permission to emigrate from
the Soviet Union.
Jeannie and Gershon
Weiner of the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee, Rae

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