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June 01, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-01

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"38 Friday, June 1, 1984

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CONG. BETH ACHIM
SISTERHOOD will hold

its Torah Fund dinner on
Monday at 6:3j1 p.m. in the
Wasserman Hall of the
synagogue. Featured will be
a musical program by the
Southfield-Lathrup High
School Madrigals. Tobi Fox
will receive a'Chai Olam pin
"incecognition of her many
years of untiring efforts on
behalf of the Torah Fund,
sisterhood and congrega-
tion." There is a charge, and
guests are invited. For
reservations, contact
chairmen Lotty Partovich,
546-4452; or. Beverly
Hacker, 353-5148.


MOSHE
B'NAI
SISTERHOOD will have

its installation luncheon
following Shavuot services
Thursday in the social hall.
There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon, payable in
advance. For reservations
by Monday, call Della
Hirschbein, 547-0289; or
the synagogue office, 548-
9000.
Officers to be installed
Marcus,
are':
Ruth

president; Susan Friedman,
Pearlena Bodzin and Le
nore Diskin, vice
presidents; Jeanette Be-
rger, treasurer; Maxine
Rotenberg, Marion Stein
and Saundra Simon,
secretaries; and Belle
Behrman, Nellie Friedman,
Pearl Ferencz, Doris
Horowitz, Astrid Meisler,
Rochelle Peterson, Helen
Radin, Cheryl Reid, Helen
Reifler, Ronna Rosenbaum,
Doris Schey, Vivian
Stollman, Sharlene Ungar,
Ann Wanetik, Helen Wol-
son and Etta Wilson, board
members.
Mrs. Ungar will be the in-
stalling officer. Mrs.
Hirschbein is chairman of
the day. Luncheon coor-
dinator is Mrs. Rotenberg.



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Saralyn Balan was
elected president of Temple
Beth El Sisterhood.
A confirmand and
graduate of the temple's
religious school, Mrs. Balan
was an officer of the Young
People's Society,. editor of
the religious school news-
paper and editor of the first
Beth El yearbook.
Mrs. Balan served on the
sisterhood board for eight
years, having held the posts
of vice president of the gift
shop, administrative vice
president and fund-raising
chairman.
She also has chaired the
art committee, the new
member orientation com-
mittee and for the past two
years has been the sister-
hood representative to the
board of trustees.
Elected with her were:
Marlene Goodman, Carol
Israel, Joyce Klein, Susan
Lepler and Phyllis Marks,
vice presidents; Sharon
Sanders, Lily Gottfurcht,
Betty Jane Fisher and Bar-

Friday lecture
at JCC branch

The Jewish Cominnnity
Center's Friday Leeture
Series will present a talk by
Sharon SchWartz of the
Midrasha on "The World of
our Mothers and Fathers:
the Immigrant Experience".
1 p,m. June 8 at'. the JCC
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch.
The free lecture is being
sponsored by the- Senior
•Adult Department of the
Center. For information,
call Miriam ,Sandweiss,
,961-4030.

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Saralyn Balan

bara
Moehlman,
secretaries; Marilyn Ro-
senthal and Shirley Bur-
nett, treasurers.
The board of directors in-
cludes:

Esther Bauer, Faye Blau,
Bobby Charnas, Audrey Klein,
Lillian Levison, Deena
Lockman, Lynn Newman, Jo
Ann Nyquist, Judith Sho•r, Hen-
rietta Sofer, Estelle Sperling,
Lenore Wetstein, Cato! Bigman,
Shelley Fogelman, Faye
Goldman, Shirley Hirsch, Mrs.
Israel, Mrs. Klein, Phyllis
Rochen, Mrs. Rosenthal, Mrs.
Sanders and Susan Salesin.
Also Mrs. Balan, Mrs. Burnett,
Kathie Dizik, Mrs. Goodman,
Mrs. Lepler, Laura Wise, Selma
Goldstone, Annabelle Glazer,
Dorothy Reinheimer, Mrs.
Marks, Mrs. Moehlman, Mrs.
Fisher and Mrs. Gottfurcht.



Corrections

A story in last weeks
Jewish News about Ruth

Kroll should have said
that Mrs. Kroll is a
member of the. Neighbor-
hood Service Organization
and that she is a lifetime
member of the Brandeis
University National
Women's Committee.

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