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October 20, 1989 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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Sherwood can
make the difference...

TIDBITS

Zieger, son of Dr. Zieger
and Dr. Ellis Siefer,
Senator Jack Faxon,
and Dr. David Susser.

McDONALD GALA

The Ronald McDonald
House will celebrate its
10th birthday with a
gala at the Southfield
Hotel on Nov. 3. All
proceeds will benefit the
McDonald House. Some
of the steering
committee members
include: Barbara and
Marty Burnstein, Joel
and Linda Forman,
Bruce and Dale
Frankel, Gary
Granader, Jim and
Joani Lesser, Alex and
Marlene Miller Dan
Levitsky, and Ann
Frank.

CITY OF HOPE

A cocktail party to
celebrate the 44th year
of the City of Hope was
held at the home of
Lauren and Robert
Liss. Special guest was
Norm Crosby. Some of
the celebrants included:
Lorraine Schubiner,
Dr. Mark Saffer, Judy
and Jerome
Greenbaum, Howard
and Susan Tapper, and
Lesley and Barry
Feldman.

GOURMET BREAKFAST

ZIEGER MEMORIAL

Over 300 people
gathered at Botsford
General Hospital
recently to honor the
memory of its founder
Dr. Allen Zieger.
Unveiled at the
dedication ceremony was
a plaque of Dr. Zieger
created by artist Mark
Schwayden Some of the
people attending the
ceremony included:
Marta Zieger, wife of
Dr. Zieger, Carol Zieger
Cooper, daughter of the
late physician, Ari

The Fashion Group
recently held a breakfast
at the home of Zina
Kramer. Entertainment
expert Martha Stewart
appeared on behalf of
the K mart Corp. Stewart
showed slides and gave
entertainment tips for
the holidays.= Some of the _
people in the crowd
included: Shelley
Golden, Harriet
Dunsky, Hannah Moss,
Sheila Sloan, Trudy
Foster, Glenda
Greenwald and Peggy
Daitch. ❑

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I LOCAL NEWS I

Rabbi Wine To Speak
At U.N. Day Dinner

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will be
the after-dinner speaker at
the United Nations Day Din-
ner 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rabbi

the League of Women Voters,
the American Association of
University Women, Zonta In-
ternational, the United Na-
tions Association-USA and
the Center for Peace and Con-
flict Studies, Detroit Council
for World Affairs.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, due today, call Jane
Bingham, 332-1656.

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SELECTED STYLES

(EXPIRES OCTOBER 26, 1989)

The correct date for the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women Business and Profes-
sional meeting with Joan
Israel is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
24, at Michael's restaurant,
Beverly Hills. For informa-
tion, call NCJW, 258-6000.

Rabbi Wine

Wine's topic will be "After the
Cold War: New Possibilities
for the U.N."
The dinner, at Farina's in
Berkley, is being sponsored by

Bonds Closes
Early Fridays

The local State of Israel
Bond office will close 3 p.m.
Fridays, through March 31,
for staff to be able to observe
the Sabbath.

Greg

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