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July 27, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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Friday, Auly- 27,--t984r

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JSO has tribute program

The Jewish Students
Organization at Oakland
University recently hon-
ored its new officers, alumni
and graduating seniors.
Graduating seniors who
were honored include: Caro-
lyn Cutler, past president;
Sora Direnfeld, past trea-
surer; and Steve Showfer,
former board member.
New officers- are: Elliott
Rosenbaum, chairman of
the board; Sue Moss,
president; Diane Epstein,
vice president; and Ellen
Kershenbaum, treasurer.
The new officers were cited
"for outstanding service."
Dan Kreiman will serve as a
board member-at-large.
Alumna Judy Nolish was
cited "for her efforts in
promoting an alumni asso-
ciation." Gerald Corlin,
immediate past president,
and Jonathan Jaffa, newly
elected president of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion Board of Governors,
were cited "for their efforts
in support of the JSO," a
B'nai B'rith Hillel coun-
selorship.
Beginning with the fall
semester, the JSO office will
be located at 34 Oakland
Center on campus. Students

can currently contact the
CIPO at 49 Oakland Center.
Alumni can contact Barry
M. Klein, 353-7878, for in-
formation on alumni activi-
ties.

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One of Metropolitan Detroit's
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Unit installs
new offipers

NOW AVAILABLE
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EVERY SUNDAY ALL DAY

Radomer Aid Society will
hold its annual installation
of officers Tuesday at 7 p.m.
at Southfield Charley's.
Newly elected officers in-
clude: Oscar Tuttleman,
president; Joseph Finkel
and Nancy, Ager, vice
presidents; Nathan Wolok,
honorary president; Rita
Ager, honorary vice
president; Robert Dorn,
treasurer; Mae Weintraub,
Lillian Katz, and Shirley
Finkel, secretaries; Louis
Kline, Sam Ager, trustees;
Ray Weinman, sunshine
committe; Sonia Rolnitksy,
Louis and Fanny Kline, so-
cial committee; Jean
Feldman, 'publicity. For
reservations, call Lillian
Katz, 533-9923.

SATURDAYS ALSO . . . 12 Noon to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
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• Reunion

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