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September 01, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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FOR WOMEN 1

Vorspan
To Speak

All the things that make life a bit nicer & a bit easier are

on sale. Furniture for home & office, school & office

products, paper & leather goods, gifts, accessories & a

lot of other really neat things. Otherwise, it just wouldn't

be Silver's fabulous half-yearly store-wide sale.

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will have its opening meeting
Sept. 18 at the 'Ibmple. Albert
Vorspan, a senior vice presi-
dent of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will present "The
Washington Scene: Is It Good
or Bad for the Jews?" Vorspan
will speak after a noon
luncheon.
Vorspan has been a leading
participant in the civil rights
struggle, the nuclear peace
movement and interfaith ac-
tivities. He has written many
books regarding Jewish social
and ethical issues, most
recently Great Jewish
Debates and Dilemmas and,
with co author Rabbi Balfour
Brickner, Searching The Pro-
phets For Values. In addition,
he has contributed to a recent
book of short stories on anti-
Semitism, entitled Rooftop
Secrets. He has also authored
several books of Jewish
humor.
There is no charge to
sisterhood members whose
1989-1990 dues have been
paid. There is a fee for guets.
Reservations are required by
Sept. 14 to the Thmple office.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1989

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ORT Schedules
Dinner For Sports

Harmony ORT (Organiza-
tion for Rehabilitation
through Training) will hold
its major fundraising kickoff
with a Sp"ORT" Night Din-
ner Party, featuring sports an-
chor Don Shane from WXYZ
Channel 7. The casual dinner
party will be held on Sept. 16
at 7:30 p.m. at the Potomac
Club. For tickets and informa-
tion, call Sharon Kresch,
644-7779.

Chanukah Party
On Council Agenda

The Co-operative Council of
the League of Jewish Women
will m et Sept. 7 at 9:30 a.m.
at the Jewish War Veterans'
Memorial Hall. Discussion of
the Chanukah Party on
November 1 for Jewish
developmentally impaired
persons is on the agenda.

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Glennwood ORT
To Hear Kushner

Glennwood Chapter of
Womens American ORT is
having its annual member-
ship tea 7:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at
Franklin Pointe Clubhouse.
Guest speaker will be Alvin
L. Kushner, past executive for
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil. His topic will be "Issues

of Concern to the Jewish
Community."
For reservations, call Pat
Kourloultotis, 355-1778; or
Beverly Weinstein, 350-3272.

Oak Park Club
To Meet Sept. 6

The monthly meeting of the
Ladies of Oak Park will be
held Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 7
p.m. at the North Park
Square Clubhouse. Dinner
reservations will be taken by
Vicky Turner, 352-3113.
Discussion on the fund-
raising raffle .

Luncheon Reunion
For WSU Alumnae

A reunion luncheon for
Delta Phi Epsilon members
from Wayne State University
will be held on Sept. 6 at noon
at Salvatore Scallopini
Restaurant, 29110 Franklin,
in Southfield. Reservations
are necessary. For informa-
tion, call Phyllis Lublin,
356-7500, or Phyllis Kramer,
354-6238.

NA'AMAT Buffet
Will Be Sept. 6

Sharona Chapter NA'AMAT
USA will hold their annual
paid-up membership petit
buffet on Sept. 6, at 7 p.m. at
the Summit Clubhouse in
Farmington Hills. Guest
speaker is Dr. Herschel A.
Shulman, world traveler and
photographer, who will give a
slide presentation of his re-
cent trip to Israel. A donation
is requried. Call Blanche
Pollack, 352-0937; Ann
Kaplan, 967-3503; or Bernice
Shapiro, 624-9199.

Lesbian Fights
To Be In Army

Milwaukee (JTA) — A
Milwaukee Jew and one-time
U.S. Army Reserve drill
sergeant, is contesting a
federal appeals court decision
upholding the army's refusal
to employ her because she is
an acknowledged lesbian.
Her attorney said Miriam
Ben-Shalom would apply for
a rehearing before all the ac-
tive judges in the seventh U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals in
Chicago. A three judge panel
from the circuit had ruled
against her.
Ben-Shalom enlisted in the
Reserve in 1974, but was
discharged in 1976 when she
revealed that she was a les-
bian. Her litigation resulted
in a court order for her
reinstatement in 1987, and
she tried to re-enlist year. The
Army refused her.



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