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October 07, 1988 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1988

Past Presidents
To Be Honored

Congregation Shaarey Ze-
dek Sisterhood will have a
paid-up membership brunch
on Monday in Adler Hall at
11 a.m.
The brunch will honor the
past presidents of the
sisterhood: Vivian Berry,
Elsie Deutch, Esther Benson,
Rose Meskin, Sharon
Fleischman, Diane Shekter,
Rhea Brody, Betsy Bayer,
Cynthia Steinberg, Marjorie
Saulson, Joyce Blum, Diane
Scholnick, Helene Cherrin,
and the late Bea Katzman
and Tillie Martin.
The Sisterhood Singers,
Ann Baruch, Geri Levit,
Shirley Ruzumna and Marge
Saulson, accompanied by
Leypsa Groner, will perform.
Reservations are being
taken by Carol Sole,
644-1355; Randee Lipman,
851-0102; or Linda Gold,
855-6177. The cost is the pay-
ment of 1988-1989 dues. Baby
sitters will be available upon
request.
President of the sisterhood
is Sandy Schwartz, and pro-
gram vice president is Faye
Ullmann.

ORT at 8 p.m. Oct. 31 in the
BLoornfleld Hills home of
Sharon and Stephen Schaffer.
Mrs. Lieberman will be cited
"for her 21 years of active in-
volvement with ORT."
Funds for the event will
help furnish and equip
classrooms and laboratories
at the Beverely Minkoff
Junior High School, operated
by ORT in the Beit Hakeren
section of Jerusalem.
For information on the
event, open to men and
women, contact ORT,
355-9151; or Mary Lee
Fishman, 643-3553.

Campaign Hosts
Israeli Judge

Jonathan Livny, chief
justice of Israel's military
court in the West Bank, will
speak on behalf of the 1989
Allied Jewish Campaign on
Oct. 18 at a meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's

Luncheon Due
For Northwest

Northwest Child Rescue
Women, Senior Group, will
have a membership luncheon
for paid-up members at the
Knob-in-the-Woods' club
house, Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
Reservations can be made
by calling chairmen Rose
Diem, 352-3491; Edith Pam,
356-2023 by Saturday. Guest
speaker will be Leanie
Gunsberg, coordinator of the
programs for the developmen-
tally disabled at the Jewish
Community Center.
There will be an open board
meeting, 11:30 a.m., Oct. 20
at the Colony Park club
house. A guest speaker will
be on the program.

ORT To Have
Fund-Raiser

Betty Silverfarb, capital
funds committee member,
Mary Lee Fishman and Har-
riet Jacobson, capital funds
co-chairmen, have been ap-
pointed to a planning com-
mittee for the Women's
American ORT Michigan
Region's fall capital funds
event.
Rochelle Lieberman will be
honored at the annual capital
funds event of the Michigan
Region of Women's American

Jonathan Livny

Business and Professional
Women.
Set for 6 p.m. at the home
of Maxine Snider, the dinner
meeting is for 1989 Cam-
paign contributors of $2,000
or more.
A sabra, Livny was the
youngest law student at the
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem and the youngest
Isaeli to become a lawyer, at
the age of 21. Following the
Six-Day War, he became the
first attorney general for the
West Bank. He is a veteran of
the Israel Defense Forces.

Women Hear
AIPAC Head

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division kicks
off its Food For Thought
Luncheon Series with a talk
by Edward C. Levy, Jr., 11:30
a.m. Thursday at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
Levy is president of the
American Israel Public Af-

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