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June 07, 1985 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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Friday, June 7, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
has elected Phillip Applebaum
as president for the 1985-1986
term.
Elected with him were First
Vice President, Hyman Brown;
Second Vice President Stuart
Snider; and Third Vice
President, Alex Roberg; Trea-
surer, Manuel Levitsky; Finan-
cial Secretary, Nathan But-
rimovitz; and Recording Secre-
tary, Fayga Dombey.
Newly elected board members
for 1986 include: David Dombey,
Blanche Engel, Louis Fein, Ber-
nice Kelman, Ben Kresch, Mor-
ris Music, Sol Pesis and Sam
Seltzer.
Board members for 1987 in-
clude: Hyman Beale, But-
rimovitz, Ernest Greenfield,
Myer Mandelbaum, Dave
Tanzman, Howard Tanzman,
Dave Ungar and Alan Kelman.
Newly elected board members
for 1988 are: Wolf Katz, Henry
Solomon, Alex Unger, Roberg,
Arthur Selmar, Larry Brown,
Lorrain Storchan and Jerry
Modell.

Dr. Nussbaum
Heads Synagogue

Dr. Julian Nussbaum was
elected president of Young Is-
rael of Southfeld at its recent
general membership meeting.
Elected with him were Abe
Selesny, chairman of the board;
Dr. Jeffrey Goldenberg, vice
president; Ira Winkler, teasurer;
Robert Torgow, financial secre-
tary; Dean Pichette, recording
secretary; and Mimi Markofsky,
corresponding secretary. Martin
Lowenberg, past president, will
also sit on the executive board.
Serving three-year terms on
the board are Dr. Jay Novetsky
and David Strimling. Elected to
two-year terms were Judy Teller
and Myra Selesny, and elected
to one-year terms were Paul
Fischer and Harvey Bronstein.
In honor of the past presidents
of Young Israel of Southfield,
the members of last year's board
will install pictures in the new
President's Gallery.

Family Service

A late family worship service
will be held at Cong. Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses at 8:15 p.m.
today.
Everyone is invited to the
service and sing-a-long with
Cantor Ben-Zion Lanxner. Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper will of-
ficiate. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow the service.

AT TALLY HALL

3258 Orchard Lake Road
Orchard Lake, MI 48033

Phillip Applebaum
Heads Oak-Woods

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