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April 21, 1989 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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STORE ONLY!

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Permit No.
1989-2

ARE YOU READY FOR A
CATASTROPHIC TAX INCREASE?

Beginning with the 1989 tax year, Medicare-eligible indi-
viduals, primarily those 65 and over, may pay a surcharge of
$22.50 for every $150 of their total federal income tax lia-
bility. What's more, this tax will increase significantly over
the next five years.
One way to minimize your Catastrophic Tax surcharge is by
minimizing your federal tax liability. The Franklin Federal
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investors, federal or state
alternative minimum tax
considerations may also
apply.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1989

LIFE

Evelyn Seelig, chairman of
National Patrons Society of
the Torah Fund Residence
Halls Campaign, will be the
consultant speaker at the
Michigan Branch Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism 31st annual spring
conference to be held May 7
and 8 at Congregation Beth
Israel, Ann Arbor.
Conference Chairman Ruth
Marcus and her committee
have developed educational
workshops and programs bas-
ed on the theme "One Heart,
One Purpose!' Workshops will
be led by Marjorie Saulson,
chairman; Ruth Marcus, Mar-
tha Oleinik, Paula Lutzky
and Rena Tobes. Florence
Gerber is president of the
host sisterhood. Charlotte
Nussbaum is president of
Michigan Branch.
Mrs. Seelig has served as
president of the sisterhood at
Temple Beth Torah, West-
bury, N.Y., as well as presi-
dent of the Eastern Long
Island Branch of WLCJ.
She has also served on the
national level as vice presi-
dent, board of trustees,
treasurer, chairman of leader-
ship, social action, member-
ship and in 1988 as the na-
tional convention chairman.
In 1985, she received the
Community Service Award
from the Jewish Theological
Semiary of America.
Other highlights of the
gathering will be the
Shachrit morning service led
by Beth Shalom Sisterhood,
Oak Park; a Torah study ses-

Evelyn Seelig

sion with Rabbi Robert
Dobrusin, Beth Israel, Ann
Arbor; luncheon celebrating
40th birthday of Torah Fund
and a dinner honoring new
volunteers.
They include: Jeanne Kitz-
man, Beth Israel, Ann Arbor;
Shawna Kleiman, Adat
Shalom; Kathy Wiener, Beth
Israel, Flint; Paula Miller,
Ahavas Israel, Grand Rapids;
Debbie Kost, Beth Tephilath
Moses, Mt. Clemens; Susan
Chomsky, Beth Shalom;
Nellie Friedman, B'nai
Moshe; Linda Levich, Beth
Achim; Rusty Rosman,
Shaarey Zedek; and Hazel
Fischer, B'nai Israel, West
Bloomfield.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call Reservations
Chairman Frieda Davidorf,
661-4389.

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FOR WOMEN

Rabbi Donna Berman will
address the Jewish Welfare
Federation Business and Pro-
fessional Women at a meeting
May 11 at Tam O'Shanter
Country Club.
Beginning with wine and
hors d'oeuvres at 6 p.m. the
meeting includes dinner.
One of the first women in
this country to be named a
pulpit rabbi, Berman has
served at the Long Island Port
Jewish Center for the past
eight years. She is a graduate
of Hebrew Union College.
Rabbi Berman is working
on two books: Way of
Gentleness: A Rabbi's medita-
tion on the Meaning of
Judaism, as well as And
Leah's Eyes are Tender: A
Celebration of Women. The
latter is a collection of
classical and modern

midrash, written by other
female rabbis about women in
the Bible.
Barbara K. Goldman is
chairman of the Business and
Professional Women's Divi-
sion. Susan Miller is
associate chairman. Pam

Donna Berman is
one of the first
women rabbis to
serve in a pulpit in
the United States.

Sorock is program chairman,
and Zina Kramer is associate
program chairman.
There is a charge for the
evening and reservations are
required. For information,
call the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division,
965-3939, ext. 163.

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