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Jane Brody Speaks
The Women and Science luncheon was hosted by the American Committee for
the Wiezmann Institute of Science on Nov. 20 at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. The keynote address was delivered by New York Times health and
science columnist Jane E. Brody. Shown are Jane E. Brody, speaker; Liz Jaffe,
ACWIS vice president, national programs; Amy Willens Rosenberg, event co-
chair; Linda Hayman, event co-chair; and Ira Mondry, chair of the Michigan
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Here's To History
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan hosted David Poremba, head
librarian of the Burton Historical Collection. The collection, housed within the
main Detroit Public Library, contains census and other records vital to genealo-
gy researchers. Shown are Fred Apel, president ofiGSMI; Pam Gordon, pro-
gram chair and a past president; David Poremba; and Marc Manson, a past
president of JGSMI.