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June 22, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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THE DETROIT `JEWISH 'NEWS

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Flora Winton retains position
as Temple Beth El's president

Flora Miller Winton was
re-elected president of
Temple Beth El at its an-
nual meeting.
Other officers are: Paul J.
Dizik, Jerome M. Ash and
Lee J. Marks, vice
presidents; Dr. Alfred M.
Kreindler, treasurer; and
Eleanor Roberts, secretary.
Trustees to fill an unex-
pired term of one year are:
Adolph E. Baron, Stanley
M. Cohen and John C. Hopp,
Jr.
Elected to the board of
Flora Winton
trustees for three-year
terms were: Josephine president of the National
Bloom, Philip B. Fischer, Federation of Temple Sis-
Dennis N. Frank, George H. terhoods District 11, and a
Goldstone, Gerald J. Rowin, past member of the NFTS
Gary L. Sanders, Ray A. national board.
Shapero, Walter Shapero,
George Stern and I. William
Oberfelder.
Mrs. Winton has been, a
lifelong member of Temple
Beth El and was confirmed
Temple Emanuel-El re-
at its religious school. She elected Stanley Finkelstein
received a B.S. degree from president at its annual con-
Northwestern University in gregational meeting and
communications and did election.
graduate work at Wayne
Elected to serve with
State University, depart- Finkelstein were: Vice
ment of education, majoring Presidents, Mrs. Terry
in instructional technology. Howard, Dr. Ezra Shaya
She has been a member of and Richard Braun;
nearly every committee Secretaries, Mrs. Phyllis
within the temple, a Levy, Mrs. Elaine Grand
member of the board of trus- Stulberg and Jeffrey How-
tees, treasurer of the tem- ard; and Treasurer, Jeffrey
ple, and for one year served Mo§soff.
as the volunteer adminis-
Newly elected board
trator of the temple.
members include: (two
She is a past member of years), Mrs. Martha
the Union of American He- Alalouf, Mrs. Barbara Ale-
brew Congregations' com- xander, Jerome Goldstein,
mission on education and John Jacobs, Aaron Kahn,
social action, and is a Douglas Kellerman,
member of the executive Richard Rome, Robert Se-
committee of the UAHC dler, Dr. Daniel Stettner;
Northeast Lakes Region.
and one year, Judge Jessica
Mrs. Winton is a past Cooper, Mrs. Marilyn
president of the sisterhood Kaczander-Cohen, Mark
of Temple Beth El, past Reizen, Dr. Eli Isaacs. Serv-

She is a past president of
the Home Relief Society and
Suburban Hills Chapter,
Women's American ORT.
She served on the art and
scholarship selection com
mittees of Oakland Univer-
sity, was director of volun-
teer placement for the Con-
tinuum Center of Oakland
University, and was a
founding member of the Art
Symposium Lecture Series
at the university.

CALL ROBBIE AT 967-4043

-

In addition to many other
community religious activi-
ties, Mrs. Winton has been a
charter member of the
Bloomfield Art Association
and a volunteer at Record-
ing for the Blind.

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HAPPY

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SOPHIE & HARRY

lc? Your Children &

Fred Ruby has been
elected president of Cong.
Bais Chabad of West Bloom-
field.
Other officers are: Larry
Gormezano, vice president;
Fran Rogers, secretary; and
Steve. Livitz, treasurer.
Board members are: Alex
Ehrmann, Sam Green and
Erwin Hollander.• '• .•

Michael Aronow
Freedman, treasurer; and
Phyllis Young, recording
secretary. -
Trustees. include Midge
Appel, Sidney Barack,
Richard Berg, Mitcheal
Bloom, Charlotte Finstein,
Sy Finkelstein, Matilda
Rubin and Harold
Schwartz.;.

Barbara & Joel
Lesley & Barry
Melissa & Gary

Grandchildren y

Tori Dustin
Rami Lindsey
Darren

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Stanley Finkelstein

ing the remainder of a two-
year term on the board are:
Lewis Barr, Mrs. Miriam
Hamburger, Dr. James
Rosenfeld, Mrs. Judith
Tushman and Ms. Karyn
Werner.
The congregation also
approved a renovation/
redecoration of the temple's
foyer, Anne Jospey
Sanctuary and Esther
Katzman Social Hall and
the addition of a vestibule,
all to be completed by fall
1985.

Latin Jewry
topic of talk

Synagogue has
new officers

Love,

y

Beth Shalom installs Aronow
as president of synagogue

Installed with Aronow
were: Jeannette Tilchin,
executive vice president;
Michael Alterman, Harry
Freind and Mark Voight,
vice presidents; Stanley

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s t ?' 40TH ANNIVERSARY 72

Temple re-elects Finkelstein

Michael Aronow was in-
stalled as president of Cong.
Beth Shalom at its recent
installation services.

Friday, June 22; 1984 ' 31

"The Crisis of Latin
American Jewry" will be
the topic of Rabbi Marshall
Theodore Meyer at 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Rabbi Meyer's talk is
sponsored by the Louis
Berry and Harold Berry
Families, and is presented
under the auspices of the
synagogue's cultural com-
mission.
Based in Argentina for
the past 25 years, Rabbi
Meyer has founded Conser-
vative movement-affiliated
institutions there and has
been a leader in the defense
of human rights.
The community is invited
;ft& oftharge.

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