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June 10, 1983 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Shalom Will Install
Aronow as New President

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that a Testimonial Dinner honoring Harry serve as a living
tribute to one who has given so much.

MICHAEL ARONOW

president; Seymour Fin-
kelstein, Michael Alterman
and Mark Voight, vice
presidents; Charlotte Fins-
tein, secretary; and Stanley
Freedman, treasurer.
The board of trustees,
elected for a one-year term,
includes Richard Berg, Ab-
raham Burnstein, Richard
Emmer, Harvey Farber,
Marc Konvisser, Elaine
Lavetter, Sheila Lederman
and Harold Schwartz.

Michele Flusty
Plans to Marry

The Social Hall at the beautiful B'nai David Synagogue
located at 24350 Southfield Rd., Southfield, Michigan will be
the scene for this momentous occasion. A Kosher Prime Roast Beef
Dinner will be served on Thursday evening, June 23, 1983 at 7:00 P.M.
The cost for dinner is $30.00 per person. Please make checks
payable to the Department of Michigan, Jewish War Veterans.

Patron tables of ten are available at One Thousand
Dollars per table, or individual patron tickets are available at
$100.00 per ticket. Special Commemorative gifts honoring Harry
Madison will be given to each guest at the Patron tables.

In accordance with Harry Madison's wishes, all profits
from this Testimonial Dinner will go to the Michigan Memorial Home
and Shrine of the'Jewish War Veterans to build a wing in his honor.

•Plan to join your fellow members along with other
Michigan Organizations and the General Community for a most in-
teresting and_enjoyable evening honoring one of our own -
Harry T. Madison.

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Cong. Beth Shalom will
install Michael Aronow as
president of the congrega-
tion at 8:30 p.m. Shabat
services today. A special
Shabat dinner will precede
the installation ceremonies
at 6 p.m.
Officers to be installed
with him are: Jeannette
Tilchin, executive vice

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Cominittee:

Yours in comradeship,

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William Greenberg
Jack Kraizman
John Nemon
Samuel Rhodes
Jack Schwartz
Jay Schwartz
Rubin Zissman

Norman L. Berkley, Dept. Commander J.W.V.

Shirlee Snider, Dept. President, J.W.V.A.

Diana Joffe, President, J.W.V.M.H.A.

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MISS FLUSTY

Mr. and Mrs. Maynard
Flusty of West Bloomfield
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Michele
Lynn, to Marc Allen
Borovoy, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Mathew Borovoy of South-
field.
Miss Flusty is pursuing
studies in radiologic
technology at the Univer-
sity Hospitals of Cleveland.
Her fiance attends the Ohio
College of Podiatric
Medicine.
An October wedding is
planned.

Hillel at WSU
Installs Officers

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University has announced
the officers for the WSU
Hillel Student Board
(1983-1984).
They are: Renee Reich,
president; Eddie Kresch,
vice president; Geula Tron,
secretary; Bennett Frank,
treasurer; and Lenny Katz,
Ken Magier and Brad
Silber, members-at-large.
Service awards for the
past year were given to
Daniel Besser, Brian Her-
shfus, Kresch, Ms. Reich
and Larry Shapiro. United
Jewish Appeal awards were
given to Magier and Rick
Schwartz. Helen Josen,
immediate past president,
also received an award.

Invites You To Celebrate

HASHOMER HATZAIR'S 60th BIRTHDAY
IN AMERICA (10th WORLDWIDE)

DATE: SUNDAY, June 12, 1983

TIME: 1:30 p.m.

PLACE: CLUBHOUSE OF
CRANBROOK CENTER APTS. 18333 South Dr.
Southfield - bet. 12-13 Mile
parking in back

MAIN SPEAKERS
Avri Fischer, Inge Lederer

Refreshments

No Charge

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