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Yad Ezra Plans
Volunteers are needed for Jewish Family
Service's annual Fall Fix-Up Project
Sunday, Nov. 2, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Volunteers will meet at Yeshivas Darchei
Torah, 21550 W. 12 Mile Road,
Southfield, for breakfast, assignments
This program is aimed at serving our
community's homebound older adults
and others in need of minor home
repairs and indoor/outdoor clean up.
Teams of volunteers will rake leaves,
clean and organize basements, winterize
windows, change light bulbs and per-
form other minor home repairs.
Steven Dunn and Steve Levett are
chairpersons of Fall Fix-Up. Corporate
sponsors include Providence Hospital,
the Beaumont Foundation and 3M.
Advance registration is required. To
volunteer, contact Kate Pogany, (248)
A justice of the Supreme Court of
Israel will speak on the role of that
court in times of emergency at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 9, in the Spencer M.
Partrich Auditorium of the Wayne
State University Law School, Detroit.
Admission is free.
Justice Dorit Beinisch has been a
member of the court since 1995. She
previously served as state attorney for
seven years and as deputy state attor-
ney before that.
Standing out among her Supreme
Court opinions is a decision holding
that parents cannot use corporal pun-
ishment and other decisions stressing
the importance of women's and chil-
A 5 p.m. reception will precede the
lecture. For information or to make
reservations, call Irma Cabello, (313)
Yad Ezra, the only kosher food
pantry in Michigan, will hold its
annual fund-raising dinner 6 p.m.
Oct. 22 at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Dinner co-chairs are Judy Kepes and
Barbara Wallace. Esther and Neal
Zalenko, longtime Yad Ezra sup-
porters, are this year's honorees.
Dinner fund-raising co-chairs are
Sharon Lipton and Alan Yost.
Richard Simtob and Allan Sefton are
dinner program journal co-chairs.
Dinner and journal revenue,
which accounts for a major portion
of Yad Ezra's annual budget, is used
to purchase groceries for the organi-
zation's client families. Yad Ezra
provides food and health-care items
to approximately 2,400 individuals
For information, call the office,
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At the Congregation Shaarey Zedek State of Israel Bonds tribute dinner honoring Marta and Benjamin Rosenthal, $11 million
was generated. Shown are (bottom row) Joshua Matza, president and CEO Development Corporation for Israel/State of Israel
Bonds; Doreen Hermelin, Detroit State of Israel Bonds co-chair; Marta and Benjamin Rosenthal, honorees; Ambassador Dore
Gold; (middle row) Rachel and Jennifer Rosenthal; (top row) Penny Blumenstein, chair, Jewish Federation Executive Committee;
Rabbi Jonathan Berkun, Shaarey Zedek; Steven Weisberg, president, Shaarey Zedek; Rabbi Joseph Krakoif Shaarey Zedek; Hilary
Isakow, dinner chair; Lawrence Wolfe, Detroit State of Israel Bonds co-chair; Lawrence Jackier, honorary dinner chair.