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August 18, 1989 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-18

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COMMUNITY

Dr. Owen Perlman To Head
UJA Young Leadership Cabinet



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Phyllis Newman, Leah Snider, Nancy Glass and Francine Hack.

Hadassah Announces
Major Gifts Dinners

Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah will honor Sadie
Cohn, who recently
celebrated her 90th birthday;
Rita Haddow, her daughter,
Lauren Liss, her grand-
daughter; and Rebecca Liss,
her great-granddaughter at
its Gold Circle major gifts din-
ner Aug. 21.
Hadassah contributors of a
$1,000 minimum will be
hosted at the dinner by
Robert and Lauren Liss.
The event will kick off the
combined Hadassah Medical
Organization/Youth Aliyah
fund-raising drive for 1989.
Linda Minkes, a national
Hadassah vice president and
a Miami television personali-
ty, will be the guesst speaker.
New Hadassah founders
who have contributed $15,000
or more will be honored.
Among those who will receive

founder's certificates are
William and Annette Liber-
son and Kenneth and Harilee
Shevin.
Phyllis Newman and Leah
Snider are dinner chairmen.
Marge Saulson and Harilee
Shevin are fund-raising coor-
dinators for the event.
Minkes also will be the
guest speaker at Hadassah's
Silver Circle major gifts din-
ner Aug. 22.
Louis and Paula Glazier
will host the event for
Hadassah members who
pledge $365.
Nancy Glass is dinner
chairman. Fund-raising coor-
dintors are Lisa Barbas,
Susan BLoom, Debbie Can-
vasser and Sandy Kopelman.
For informatin, call the
Hadassah office, 683-5030 or
357-2920.

Dr. Owen Z. Perlman has
been named regional chair-
man of the United Jewish Ap-
peal Young Leadership
Cabinet. Detroiters Joel E.
Jacob and Lauren K. Liss
have been appointed area
chairmen.
Perlman is co-chairman of
Federation's leadership devel-
opment Community Connec-
tions Committee and serves
on the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Management Commit-
tee. He is vice president and
Campaign chairman of the
Jewish Community Associa-
tion-United Jewish Appeal in
Ann Arbor.
Paul Magy, president of
Federation's Young Adult
Division, and Dennis Ber-
nard, past president of YAD,
return as cabinet members.
New Members include
Gilberg Borman, Stuart Bor-
man, Alan S. Funk, Allan
Friedman and Michael
Egren.
Young Leadership Cabinet
Women's Division appointees

won a division in the 1989
National Scrabble Champion-
ships in New York City. More
than 200 world-class players
participated.

DR. MICHAEL D.L.
WEISENFELD of Far-
mington Hills was re-elected
to a second term as speaker of
the house of the Academy of
General Dentistry at its an-
nual meeting in New York.

Auxiliary-Jewish
The
Home for Aged is holding an
"undinner," a fund-raiser
to generate money for a new
bus to transport JHA's
Fleischman Residence/Blum-
berg Plaza residents to their
doctor appointments and
other errands.
Supporters should reserve
one to 10 places at the "din-
ner." For information, call
Geraldine Sloan, 540-4998; or
Bea Breiner, 626-8415.

WENDY ROBINS has been
elected president-elect of the
Detroit Chapter of Women in
Communications.

GARY MOSS of Union Lake

National UJA
Names Tauber

Owen Perlman

are Susan E. Alterman,
Roselyn K. Blanck, Jo Frank,
Betsy Snider Heuer, Beverly
Liss, Marta Rosenthal and
Barbara Kahn Tronstein.
Major projects this year in-
clude orientation and educa-

Joel D. Tauber, executive
committee chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
has been named major gifts
-chairman of the 'United
Jewish Appeal and chairman
of UJA's International
Leadership Reunion.
A member of the board of
the UJA, Tauber sits on the
board of the United Israel Ap-
peal and is on the executive
committee of the Council of
Jewish Federations.

Mike, Mary Must To Be Cited
At Magen David Adorn Event

Mike and Mary Must will
receive the Distinguished
Humanitarian Service Award
of the American Red Magen-
David for Israel (ARMDI) at
the Michigan Region's annual
testimonial dinner dance,

HERE'S TO . .

YITZHAK FRIED, assistant
professor at Wayne State
University, will share a
$7,500 ANR Pipeline Co.
fellowship for "a longitudinal
study of organization commit-
ment and job performance
among middle managers
following a merger."

tion programs about Federa-
tion for new agency board
members; agency leadership
awards, sponsored by Federa-
tion's Community Connec-
tions Committee; the Na-
tional Young Leadership Con-
ference held in Washington in
March 1990; and a Young
Leadership mission, Oct. 29-
Nov. 9, co-chaired by Bernard
and Jacob.

their commitment to the
ideals and goals of Magen
David Mom, Israel's national
emergency medical, blood and
ambulance service and their
generous support of the
MDA's far-reaching humani-
tarian and lifesaving
programs.
The Musts are members
and major contributors to
Congregation B'nai David,
State of Israel Bonds, Jewish
National Fund, the Allied

Jewish Campaign, Bar-Ilan
University, Shaare Zedek
Hospital, Akiva Hebrew Day
School, Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, Weizmann In-
stitute of Science, Diskin Or-
phan Home, Association for
the Blind in Israel, Holocaust
Memorial Center, Fleischman'
Residence and Hillel Day
School.

For dinner reservations, call
ARMDI, 353-0434.

ZOA Will Sponsor
`Balfour 56' Oct. 25

JHA Plans
Fund-Raiser

Mike and Mary Must

6:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. John J. Mames, chair-
man of ARMDI's Michigan
Region, and Dr. Morris
Starkman, of the Medical-
Dental Council, stated that
the Musts will be cited "for

"Balfour 56," a musical
event hosted by the
Metropolitan Detroit district
of the Zionist Organization of
America will be held Oct. 25
at Ford Auditorium.
Headlining the program
will be David (Dudu) Fisher,
who recently starred in the
Israeli version of Les
Miserables; Israeli singer Yaf-
fa Yarkoni; and David Syme,
a concert pianist, who will ap-
pear in a musical tribute to
Irwin and Bethea Green. The
master of ceremonies will be
Max Sosin. Mack Pitt will be
the musical conductor.
Irwin and Bethea Green

will be presented with the
ZOA Justice Louis D.
Brandeis Award.
Reservations for "Balfour
56" may be maade by writing
or calling the Zionist
Cultural Center, 569-1515.

B'nai B'rith
Has Meeting

The B'nai B'rith Metro-
politan Detroit Council will
hold its regular monthly
delegates meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the B'nai
B'rith building. A reception
will be held at 6:45 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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