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May 06, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel School Burns Mortgage,
Honors Two Retiring Teachers

Hillel Day School's 25th
anniversary dinner, held
Sunday evening at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, registered a
new mark in this commu-
nity's educational achieve-
ments.
With a group of active
members of the school's
board of directors who were
among the founders of the
school, under the direction
of the current president, Dr.
Melvyn Friedman, the
mortgage of the present
'school building located at
32200 Middlebelt, Far-
mington Hills, was burned,
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Shown burning the mortgage at Hillel Day
School's annual dinner on Sunday are, from left,
Romeo Sancricca, administrator June Weinberg, Dr.
Mel Friedman, Leonard Baron and Saul Waldman.
* *
progress by this school, as teaching career. She spoke
Dr. Friedman explained the of her services to Hillel Day
achievement.
School as a labor of love and
Sharon Hart, as chair- she praised the cooperation
man of the event, and in her and devotion of teaching
role as fund-raising chair- staffs and pupils.
man, reported on the
Jack Wasser, in a salute
school's achievements and to Israel on the Jewish
paid due respect to the state's 35th anniversary,
school's teaching staff, described his sufferings as a
whose devotions gained youth in the Nazi concen-
praise throughout the eve- tration camp and acclaimed
ning.
the blessings of the reborn
Mrs. Hart joined in ex- Jewish state.
pressing appreciation for
Announcement was
the dedicated services of made by Mrs. Hart that in
two retiring teachers, tribute to the memory of
Bess Berris and Rabbi Jacob Segal, one
Menahem Glaser.
of the school's founders,
Rabbi Robert Abramson, The Jacob Segal Memo-
headmaster of the Hillel rial Fund for Visiting
Day School, in one of the Scholars is now being in-
principal addresses of the troduced as a continuing
evening, expressed the Hillel project.
tribute to Mrs. Berris.
The 400 Hillel supporters
Glaser, who is now on an Is- at the dinner were espe-
rael visit, was honored in cially enthused by the re-
absentia.
flections on Hillel experi-
Mrs. Berris' response re- ences, in Hebrew and in
called the early years of her English, by Betsy Bernard,
the school's ninth grade
class president.
Program participants in-
cluded Cantor Louis Klein
of Cong. Bnai Moshe and
entertainment by Av-
shalom Katz.

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Julie E. Torgow and Eli
Halpern, both of New York
City, were married recently
at Cong. Beth Achim. The
bridegroom's father, Rabbi
Emeritus Israel Halpern of
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses and Rabbi James I.
Gordon of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tor-
gow of Southfield. The
bridegroom is the son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Halpern of
Lauderhill, Fla.
The bride was attended
by her sister, Alissa Roths-
tein, who was the matron of
honor; and by Dena and
Mindy Rothstein, Yoni Tor-
gow and Seth Ringler.
Attending the bridegroom
were Gary Torgow and Alan
Rothstein.
The bride's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Manuel Merzon, also par-
ticipated in the cere-
mony.
The couple honeymooned
in Miami, Fla.

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Mrs. Allan Silverman,
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Lisa Bonnie
Grossman, to David Jay
Matalon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Matalon of Seal
Beach, Calif. Miss
Grossman is a graduate of
Cypress College. She is the
daughter of the late Mr.
Richard Grossman. An
August wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Stein of West Bloomfield
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marcy
Ellen Stein of Las Vegas,
Nev., to Steven Allan
Saxe, also of Las Vegas, and
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence I. Saxe, former
Detroiters of Nevada.
Miss Stein attended the
University of Michigan for
two years and currently
attends the University of
Nevada at Las Vegas,
where her fiance is a
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