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May 19, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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GO WEST YOUNG MAN!

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back to Vienna after World
War II.
"My grandmother never
thought any members of our
family would meet him," she
said. "I'm grateful to be the
first one."
The romantic quality and
history of Vienna impressed
Rockind.
. "It's enchanting and I love
the old style of the city," she
said. "But I also got this eerie
feeling and I couldn't help but
wonder what it was like when
the SS officers were marching
around?'
For Rockind the trip left an
indelible impression. "We as
an American group, were in-
vited to a reception at U.S.
Ambassador Henry Grun-
wald's home. All I could think
about was if my grandfather
had come and cried to the em-
bassy 50 years ago that he
was going to be taken to a
camp tomorrow, they would
have shut the door in his
face." ❑

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Several B'nai B'rith Youth
Organizations have elected
new officers. They are:
Posen AZA: Joshua Keyes,
president; Jake Steiger, vice
president; Robert Bronstein,
vice-president for member-
ship; Brian Jacobs, treasurer;
Alex Franklin, secretary; and
Alex Kreynin, reporter.
Yachad BBG — Windsor:
Lesley Cohens, president;
Gayle Katzman, programm-
ing vice-president; Freya
Zaltz, vice president for
membership; Allyson Muroff,
treasurer; Tanya Taub, record-
ing secretary; Nikki Porter,
corresponding secretary; and
Jacki Goldman, reporter.
Heather Rudover is the
chapter adviser.
Herzl AZA: Matt Mossman,
president; Ed Dron, program-
ming vice president; Mark
Lieberman, vice president for
membership; Alan Shulman,
treasurer; Alex Adronov,
secretary. Michael Cohen and
Allan Cohen are the chapter
co-advisers.
Akiba AZA: Ari Charlip,
president; Eric Pevzner, pro-
gramming vice president;
Mark Leuchter, vice presi-
dent for membership; Alan
Reiter, treasurer; Bruce
Leuchter, recording secretary;
Louis Geller, corresponding
secretary. Barry Landau is
the adviser.
Jolson AZA: Steve Blum,
president; Josh Rycus, pro-
gramming vice president;
Marc Harwin, vice president
for membership; David
Serlin, treasurer; Scott Fried-
man, recording secretary;

Dan Stein, corresponding
secretary; and Dan Serlin,
reporter. Jeffrey Metz is the
chapter adviser.
Aliyah BBG: Erin Herold,
president; Stacy Levine, pro-
gramming vice president;
Shirley User, vice president
for membership; Jyll Man-
boff, treasurer; Jodi Ehrlich,
secretary; Jenny Blitz and
Jenifer Ehrlich reporters.
Nancy Baskin is chapter
adviser.
Disraeli BBG: Lisa Sher-
man, president; Andrea
Malley, programming vice-
president; Elise Markowitz,
vice president for member-
ship; Margo Berman, trea-
surer; Kelly Slutsky, recor-
ding secretary; Tracy Sher-
man, corresponding secre-
tary; and Jacqueline Rose,
reporter. Franci Silver is the
chapter adviser.
Kochav BBG: Erica Rice,
president; Jennifer Rosenfeld,
programming vice president;
Becky Friedman, vice presi-
dent for membership; and
Marcy Morton, treasurer.
Claire Chapnick is the
adviser.
Savage BBG: Staci Trager,
president; Jennifer Gillman,
programming vice president;
Michelle Seigel, vice presi-
dent for membership;
Stephanie Glazer, treasurer;
Heidi Apel, recording
secretary; Marla Cohan, cor-
responding secretary; and
Nikki Seigel, reporter. Rena
Glaser is the chapter adviser.
Zahav BBG: Lisa Cohen,
president; Staci Bloch, pro-
gramming vice president; Il-
ona Gale, vice president for
membership; Marni Adler,
treasurer; Julie Bloch, recor-
ding secretary; Danielle 'Ibr-
man, corresponding secre-
tary; and Shelly Wasserman,
reporter.

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Detroit Teens
Attend Parley

Social issues and the
secular Jewish teen will be
the topic of a workshop con-
ducted by the Detroit teens
affiliated with the Jewish
Parents Institute of Detroit at
the 19th annual conference of
the Congress of Secular
Jewish Organizations in
Cleveland May 26-29.
Debbie Goldstein serves as
the teen coordinator for CSJO
and the Detroit teens. Harold
Gales will serve as a discus-
sion group leader and Alan
Binkow will present a
workshop for educators on
"Using the Schools as a
Social Reservoir."
Julie Gales from the Ann
Arbor Jewish Community
Group serves as the CSJO's
treasurer and also will speak

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