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June 19, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-19

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THE DETROIT JEW1$11 NEWS

Friday,, June 19,1981

Phillip Applebaum Is Elected Historical Society President

Phillip Applebaum was
elected president of the
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan at its 22nd annual
meeting Sunday at the

Michigan Inn.
Applebaum, a Detroit na-
tive, received a BA degree
from Wayne State Unvier-
sity and has written exten-

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in Michigan. For the past
two years he served as the
historical society's vice
president; he is also editor of
the JHSM semi-annual
journal, "Michigan Jewish
History," a post he will con-
tinue to hold.
Elected with him were:
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presidents; Ida Levine,
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Miriam Hamburger, Mrs.
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Harold Norris, Patricia Pil-

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Norman Pappas, Dr.
Martin Hart and Sharon
Hart have accepted major
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troit Bar-Ilan University af-
filiate.
Pappas will continue as
the endowment chairman.
Dr. Hart, who has assumed
the responsibility for Bar-
Ilan's educational efforts in
Detroit, is the general vice
chairman. Mrs. Hart will
chair the arrangements
committee.
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the Harts, several others in
the community have
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