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July 10, 1981 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nora Barron JVS-CW President

Mack Pitt

and his

The Jewish Vocational
Service and Community
workshop elected Nora Bar-
ron president of the agency
at its annual meeting.
Albert I. Ascher, the
agency's executive director,
reported that as a result of

Orchestra

plus

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NORA BARRON

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Introducing

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funding cutbacks, 600 fewer
people were served this year
than last year.
Richard Maddin, chair-
man of the sheltered work-
shop committee ofJVS, pre-
sented the "contractor of the
year" award to Michael
Donald, material manager
for Key International Man-
ufacturing, Inc., "for the
steady flow of sub-contract
work they have provided
the agency over the past two
years."
Jerry Stackpol, direc-
tor of operations for New
York Carpet World, was
given an award by Mrs.
Barron and was recog-
nized as the "employer of
the year for their assis-
tance to the agency."

Bnai Brith
Activities

ACCOUNTANTS
UNIT, BARRISTERS
UNIT, HEALTH CARE
UNIT, REAL ESTATE
AND CONSTRUCTION
UNIT AND COUPLETS
UNIT announce that reser-
vations are still being taken
for the evening at the
Meadow Brook Music Fes-
tival Aug. 16. The evening,
beginning at 5:30 p.m., in-
cludes buffet dinner and the
concert. Paid reservations
are due Aug. 1. Checks
should be made payable to
Bnai Brith Accountants
Unit and mailed to Michael
Zipser, financial secretary,
29912 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Farmington Hills, 48018.
For details, call Steven Lep-
setz, 352-7224 or 353-1130.

* *

ZAGER-STONE
LODGE will have an
executive board meeting 8
p.m. Tuesday in the Lancas-
ter Hills Apts. club house.
Plans for fall and winter
will be discussed. Members
who have not yet paid their
dues for 1981 are requested
to do so at the meeting.
Light refreshments and cof-
fee will be served.

* *

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*

HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER will hold a
brunch-boai'd meeting noon
Sunday in the home of Ina
Sky, 8540 Lincoln, Hun-
tington Woods. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Sky, 399-
1717.

Conscience is a great
ledger book in which all our
offenses are written and
registered, and which time
reveals to the sense and
feeling of the offender.

Elected with Mrs. Barron
were: Stephen A. Bromberg,
Stuart Goldstein and John
L.
Greenberg,
vice
presidents; Dennis S.
Kayes, secretary; and Mad-
din, treasurer.
New members are: James
M. August, Harold Barron,
Bernard Cantor, Earl
Grant, Barbara Haber,
Mark Hauser, Diane Klein,
Henry Lee and Sam Schiff.
Ruth Broder was chair-
man of the nominating
committee.
Retiring from the board
are: John Bloom, Jerome
Greenbaum, Nancy Hirsch,
Emery I. Klein, Walter
Nussbaum, Seymour Rowe,
Richard Silverman and
Charles Snider.

Friday, July 10, 1981

45

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