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June 28, 1985 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOCAL NEWS

SZ Men's Club

Installs Officers

The Men's Club of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, announces its
officers have been re-elected and
were installed at a champagne
breakfast on June 2.
They are: Sheldon B. Satovsky,
president; Dr. Joseph H.
Langnas, vice president; Dr.
Gerald Laker, treasurer; Dr.
Leon Hochman, financial secre-
tary; Jerome A. Cohen, corre-
sponding secretary; and Robert
B. Bayer, recording secretary.
The following new board mem-
bers, along with those who have
been re-elected, include Michael
Balkin, Martin Gene, Richard
Jacobs, Steven P. Korn, Mark
London, Abram Medow, Arnold
S. Michlin and Steven R. Weis-
berg.
Rabbi Irwin Groner was the in-
stalling officer.

Educator To Study
In Israel Program

Rabbi Sidney State, Oak Park
director of the P'TACH Program,
and a graduate student at
Yeshiva University's David J.
Azrieli Graduate Institute of
Jewish Education and Adminis-
tration (AGI) in New York City,
will be among a group of 17
educators who will tudy the edu-
cational system in Israel this
summer as part of the second
cycle of a program to train Jewish
educational supervisors and ad-
ministrators for the American
Jewish community.

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