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June 22, 1979 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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Friday, June 22, 1919 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jeffrey Borin Elected Head of Jewish Historical Society

Jeffrey N. -Borin was
elected president of the
ewish Historical Society of
Michigan at its 20th annual
meeting.

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Also elected were: Phillip
Applebaum and Walter E.
Klein, vice presidents; Re-
uben Levine, treasurer;
Larry Gormezano, Gertrude
Edgar and Sarah Rogoff,
secretaries.
Board members are: Gol-
die Adler, David G. Brod-
man, Laurence B. Deitch,
Walter L. Field, Evan
Fishman, Rabbi Leon Fram,
Morris Friedman, Sarah
Friedman, Louis LaMed,
Mrs. Louie LaMed, Ida
Levine, Lenore Miller,
Harold Norris, Patricia Pil-
ling, Abraham Satovsky,
Bette Schein, Dr. Oscar D.
Schwartz, Lee Schwartz,
Leonard Simons, Devera
Stocker, Dr. Saul Sugar and
George M. Stutz.
Automatically elected
to the board were past
presidents Allen A. War-
sen, the late Irving I.
Katz, Rabbi Emanuel
Applebaum, Dr. Irving I.
Edgar, Dr. Abrham S.
Rogoff, Dr. Henry Green
and Doris P. Easton. Dr.
Leonard Moss also was
(elected to the board.
Warsen, founder of the

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Attending the recent 20th anniversary-election
meeting of the Jewish Historical Society of Michigan
were, from left: Sarah Rogoff, financial secretary; Re-
uben Levine, treasurer; Phillip Applebaum, vice
president; Jeffrey N. Bonin, president; Walter E.
Klein, vice president; and Gertrude F. Edgar, corre-
sponding secretary. Not pictured is Larry Gor-
meiano, recording secretary.

JHSM, also retains the
title of honorary
president.
U.S. Sen. Carl Levin
(D-Mich.) was the guest
speaker.
The meeting,- held in cel-
ebration of the historical
society's 20th anniversary
of its founding, was the
scene of a number of special
presentations. In honor of
the anniversary celebra-
tion, all past presidents of
the historical society were
presented with "Resolu-
tions of Appreciation," rec-
ognizing their service to the
group. On behalf of Mrs. Irv-
ing I. Katz, Aid Kushner ac-
cepted the resolution to Irv-
ing I. Katz, recently de-
ceased executive director of
Temple Beth El, who served
as the JHSM's second
president.

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Warsen was presented
with a special resolution "in
recognition of his having
founded the historical
society and having desig-
nated the Burton Historical
Collection of the Detroit
Public -Library as the offi-
cial depository of the JHSM
archives."
A "Resolution of Com-
mendation" was pre-
sented to Dr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Shull, a non-
Jewish couple who have,
for the past several years,
volunteered to organize
Jewish material in the
Burton Collection, in-
cluding more than 280
boxes and other forms of
Temple Beth El material,
and are currently or-
ganizing the records of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration of Detroit.
Past president Irving I.
Edgar gave a personal over-
view of the past 20 years of
the historical society. Out-
going president Ms. Easton
was presented with a plaque
and a "Resolution of Appre-
ciation" by incoming
President Bonin.

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