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August 12, 1988 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-12

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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde T.
Williams, Jr. of Farmington
Hills are pleased to announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Sharon Elizabeth
Williams, to Leonard Keith
Berman, son of Mr. Hyman
Jack Berman of Southfield
and the late Doris Dini
Berman.
Miss Williams earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree in ac-
counting at Michigan State
University. She is employed
as a certified public accoun-

tant with the Detroit office of
Ernst and Whinney.
Her fiance earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree in
business administration at
Michigan State University
and a Juris Doctor degree at
Wayne State University Law
School. He is associated with
the law firm of Bodman,
Longley and Dahling of
Detroit.

An October wedding is
planned.

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PPInAV Al 1(411ST 12 1AAR

Sidney Silverman, a na-
tional vice president of the
Zionist Organization of
America and former presi-
dent of Metro Detroit ZOA,
was elected associate chair-
man of ZOA's administrative
board, the organization's top
governing body, at the recent
national convention in
Jerusalem.
Honorary vice presidents
are: Philip Slomovitz, Dr.
Sidney Z. Leib, Louis Panush
and Mrs. I. Walter Silver.
Named to the national ex-
ecutive committee were:
James Hack, Norma T.
Hudosh, Dr. Jerome Kauf-
man, Gerald Lederer, Marion
Leib, .George Mann and Dr.
Leon H. Warshay. Dr. Lester
Zeff was named
member-emeritus.
The convention also was the
occasion for the dedication of
the Harry and Sarah Laker
Audio-Visual Center at the
ZOA House in Tel Aviv. Irving
and Beverly Laker
represented the Laker family.

At Kfar Silver, ZOA presi-
dent Milton Shapiro and
board chairman Ivan J.
Novick unveiled plaques
acknowledging the establish-
ment of the Sidney and
Lillian Silverman Scholar-
ship Fund and the Judge
Avern Cohn Endowment
Fund to be used for scholar-
ships and the upgrading of
the physical facilities of ZOA's
multi-purpose academic and
educational center near
Ashkelon, Israel.

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Type It Please

Engagement and wed-
ding announcements
must be typewritten, dou-
ble spaced and received
by The Jewish News by
noon Friday for the
following week's edition.
Call the Editorial
Department for informa-
tion, 354-6060.

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