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July 28, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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Bond Reception
Cites Mrs. Rosenfeld

Michigan Region Women's
American ORT will hold a
tribute reception Aug. 29 on
behalf of State of Israel Bonds
at the Franklin home of
Audrey and Billy Farber.
- Lois Sandberg, ORT presi-
dent, said Ann Grace Burs-
tein and Rochelle Lieberman
will chair the event.
The reception will honor
Ruth Lee Rosenfeld of West
Bloomfield, immediate past
president of Michigan Region
Women's American ORT and

and Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion women's divisions. She
is a member of the Congre-
gation B'nai David Sister-
hood, and League of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations,
B'nai B'rith Women,
Hadassah, the United
Hebrew Schools Woman's
Auxiliary, the Holocaust
Memorial Center, the Detroit
Institute of Arts Founders
Society, the World Jewish
Congress, AIPAC, People for
the American Way, the
Michigan Democratic Party,
Friends of Channel 56 and
Friends of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra.

Na'amat Lunch
On Thursday

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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1989


Ruth Rosenfeld

a member of the ORT
Michigan Region Executive
Committee for more than 18
years. Mrs. Rosenfeld will be
presented with the State of
Israel's Lion of Judah Award
"in recognition of her service
to the people of Israel."
The honoree-elect, who is
also a past president of the
Glennwood ORT Chapter, has
been an ORT member for 25
years and serves as editor of
the Fund-Raising Ad Book
Project and as a member of
the National Field Service
Committee and the ORT Na-
tional Board.
Mrs. Rosenfeld also serves
on the boards of Israel Bonds

Sisterhood Has
Evening Tea

The newly revitalized
sisterhood of Congregation
Mishkan Israel will hold an
evening tea 8 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Sonia Layman,
23601 Parklawn, Oak Park.
Guests will share ideas and
suggestions for the future.
Members of the original
sisterhood and prospective
members are invited.
For information, call Sorah
Rosen, 280-2536, or Leah
Yoffe, 546-4956.

Na'amat/USA's annual
Spiritual Adoption Luncheon
will be held noon Thursday at
the Michigan Inn.
The invocation will be given
by Pearl Nusbaum. The an-
thems will be sung by Elaine
Kohner, accompanied by Roz
Kraus. Decorations are
handled by Dorothy Tendler
and her committee. Margaret
Bialkin is in charge of tickets
and Gertrude Brianin of
seating arrangements.
Evelyn Noveck is chairman of
the day.
Introductions will be given
by Bess Berris, Gertrude
Brainin and Ann Kaplan.
Rabbi Norman T. Roman will
speak on "Jewish Music of
Our Youth."
There is a charge. Guests
are welcome. For information,
call the Na'amat office,

Fanny Gluck
Chapter Meets

Fanny Gluck Chapter, Amit
Women, will meet noon Mon-
day at Lincoln Towers club
Joanne Zuroff, national vice
president of Amit Women,
will be guest speaker. A petite
lunch will be served.

Women Plan
Rummage Sale

The sisterhood of Congrega-
tion B'nai David will hold
its annual rummage sale
9:30 a.m. Aug. 6 and 7 at
24350 Southfield Rd. in
Household items, clothing
and toys will be available.

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