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March 31, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-31

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I ENGAGEMENTS

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION
WOMEN'S DIVISION OF DETROIT

CONSIDERATION OF AMENDMENTS TO
THE BY-LAWS OF WOMEN'S DIVISION

Pursuant to the by-laws of the JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION of DETROIT the text of
amendments to said by-laws are herewith published. The membership of the Federation
Women's Division will meet Wednesday, May 17, 1989, 11 am. at the Annual Meeting, held
at Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan to vote on
adoption.

ARTICLE IV

By changing Sec. 3 to read as follows:
"Between Board meetings, the business shall be conducted by the Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee shall consist of the officers, the immediate former president,
the chairmen of the standing committees, the associate Campaign chairman who may
be designated, and two (2) members elected from and by the new Board at its first
meeting."

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Purpose: To make possible the inclusion on the Executive Committee the associate Campaign
chairman who may be designated.

By-laws available at the office of the Jewish Welfare Federation.

By-laws Committee:
Helen Shevin, Chairman
Tillie Brandwine
Marcy Feldman
Susan Citrin
Linda Lee

Michael Byck and Stacey Goldberg

JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DETROIT

Conrad L. Giles, M.D., President
Martin S. Kraar, Executive Vice-President
Michael E. Berke, Executive Director

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Goldberg Byck
Beverly and Howard
teaching in the Pontiac
Goldberg of Oak Park are
School District.
pleased to announce the
engagement of their
Michael, a graduate of
daughter, Stacey Beth, to
Eastern Michigan University,
Michael Larry Byck, son of
earned both his bachelor's
Shoshana and Arthur Byck of
and master's degrees in
West Bloomfield.
psychology and is employed
Stacey, a graduate of
with Macomb County Com-
Eastern Michigan University,
munity Mental Health as a
earned a bachelor's degree in
psychologist.
special education and is
A July wedding is planned.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1989

Elyssa Schneid and Howard Halpern

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Marilyn Schneid and Ar-
thur Schneid are very happy
to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Elyssa Sue

to Howard Halpern, son of
Sandy and David Halpern.
An August wedding is
planned.

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