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May 08, 1992 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-08

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YOU'RE Prof. Tanter Speaks
LOOKING To Hillel Patrons
ATA
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Robert Schostak, Raymond Tanter and Nancy Schostak.

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

he home of Robert

and Nancy
Schostak was the sit(

of the largest Hillel Day
School patron event in the
school's history. More than
175 patrons attended on the
eve of Yom Hashoah. Can-

tor Larry Vieder and
Robert Schostak lit a
memorial candle. Raymond
Tanter, professor of political

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science at the University of
Michigan, was the guest
speaker. Other speakers in-
cluded: Dr. Mark Smiley,
headmaster; Howard
Tapper, president; Sue

Kaufman and Jeff
Garden, patron co-chairs.

League presidents Marilyn Lundy
and Charlotte Edelheit.

Rubin, Ethel Levy, Nettie
Deutch, Faye Coven,
Carole Kaftan and Irene
Rodman. The Reverend

Robert Schostak spoke
about his grandparents, the
late Rudolph Schulman
and Roslyn Shulman, who
established the Rudolph
Schulman Memorial Schol-
arship Fund. The patron
event is a prelude to the May
27 annual dinner at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.

Browne closed the event
with the saying: "Next year
in Jerusalem."

LEAGUE MEETING

1958 1990. Mrs. Naomi
Grossbard Roberg was
the emcee. Rabbi Samuel
E. Cohen, principal, gave a
d'var Torah. Mrs. Kayla
Tennebaum Polter, one of

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit and the
League of Catholic Women
met on April 30 at Temple
Israel for a visual presenta-
tion of a journey through the
Holy Land. More than 200
guests attended the annual
event with guest speakers
Charlotte Edelheit, presi-
dent of the Jewish League,
Marilyn Lundy, president
of the Catholic League and

Rabbi Harold Loss and
the Reverend Ronald
Browne.

Some of the people in the
crowd included: Bessie

Chase, Arlene Barris,
Jeannie Weiner, Marilyn

BAIS YAAKOV REU-
NION

The Bais Yaakov Detroit
Alumunae Association held
its first reunion recently
with more than 120
graduates from the classes of

-

the earliest Bais Yaakov
graduates (class of 1960),
gave a heartfelt speech on
the school in the early days.
"The ruach and achdus,
spirit and unity, that we
had, have and always will
have, is one of a kind .
friendships developed stay
with you all of your lives,"
said Mrs. Polter. Plans are
under way for an official
formation of the Sally Allan
Alexander Bais Yaakov
Detroit Alumane Associ-
ation with a dinner, publica-

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