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October 09, 1987 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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Ruthellen Kass Singer
Bea Feigelman, president of
the Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund, invites the com-
munity to the kickoff meeting
launching the Women's 58th
Annual Donor Campaign,
noon Tuesday at Temple
Emanu-El.
The program will feature
Ruthellen Kass Singer, who
will give a book review on
Lovingkindness by Anne
Roiphe, the story of a liberal
mother's struggle to come to
terms with her rebellious
daughter's new-found fun-
damentalism in a Jerusalem
yeshivah.
Singer is vice president of

education for the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah.
She was formerly Hadassah
day chairman for the Detroit
Jewish Book Fair, and former
academic librarian for Wayne
County Community College
as well as former research
assistant, School of Public
Health, University of
Michigan, Urban Medical
Practice Study. She also
serves on the b'nai mitzvah
standards committee of Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Singer
earned a B.A. degree in
history at the University of
Michigan and an M.S. degree
in library science at Wayne
State University.
The Women's Annual
Donor, which will culminate
the fund-raising campaign for
the Sports Field and Land-
scaping Project at Beit Bluma
School in Petach Tikvah, will
take place Dec. 8 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The Invocation for Tues-
day's meeting will be
delivered by Bess Axelrod.
Sadie Goren will be program
chairman of the day. Shirley
Kraft is vice president of fun-
draising and Doris Markel is
vice president of membership.
Coffee and cake will be serv-
ed. For information, call the
Jewish National Fund,
557-6644.

Detroit ORT Will Honor
Franka Charlupsky

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Franka Charlupski (Mrs.
Allen) will be honored by
Women's American ORT at
the capital funds event 8 p.m.
Nov. 3 at the home of Monica
and Norman Ziegelman of
Bloomfield Hills.
Charlupski is a member of
Parkwood Chapter and past
chairman .of the Metropolitan
Detroit Israel Bond Women's
Division. As a survivor of the
Holocaust, she participates in
the Holocaust oral history
project.
Franka Charlupski and her
husband, Allen, were in-
strumental in the building of
the Holocaust Memorial
Center. She is active in Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, American
Red Magen David Adorn,
B'nai B'rith, Hadassah,
Pioneer Women, American
Mizrachi Women, Jewish Na-
tional Fund and Zionist
Organization of America.
The funds from this event
will be' used to equip a new
computer laboratory at the
ORT Habonim School in Bat
Yam, Israel.
Ruth Rosenfeld is president

Franka Charlupsky

of the Michigan region; Lois
Sandberg is chairman of the
executive committee; Mary
Lee Fishman and Harriet
Jacobson are co-chairmen of
capital funds; Dorothy Rubin,
golden circle; and Paula
Glazier is treasurer.
For reservations, call the
ORT office, 355-9151.

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