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October 14, 1994 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-14

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Mazel

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Beverly Liss, Leila Stollman and Susan Pappas at the Bar-Ilan dinner.

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he recent Bar-Ilan Univer-
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Shaarey Zedek honored the
university's 40th year and
the 90th birthday of Phillip
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founder of the university. He and
the entire Stollman family are
longtime supporters. More than
600 patrons attended the event.
Some of the supporters in-
clude: Beverly Liss and Mark
Diem, chairmen; Susan Pap-
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Steven Schanes, Leila and
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Another exciting event at Tem-
ple Beth El is the annual Sister-
hood Holiday Bazaar beginning
at 10 a.m. Oct. 16, featuring jew-
elry, clothing and unique acces-
sories. Admission is $1. Some of
the bazaar organizers include:
Tammy Budaj, Gail Mayer,
Miriam Cohen, Bobbie Char-
ms and Mary Epstein.

United Way

Temple Beth El presents
"Music in the Sanctuary" 7:30
p.m. Oct. 23 with the Birm-
ingham-Bloomfield Sympho-
ny Orchestra and the
Cantata Academy. Felix
Resnick is the conductor and
Cantor Gail Hirschenfang
is the soprano. The program
will feature Le Corsaire Over-
ture by Berlioz, Chichester
Psalms by Bernstein and Betsy Appelton and Debbie Siegel
Symphony No. 9 by
Beethoven. Betsy Appelton Cheryl and Barry Brickner in
and Debbie Siegel are chair- Farmington Hills 7 p.m. Oct. 19.
men of the event, which also in- Some of the hosts include: Rep.
cludes an afterglow gala Maxine Berman, Sen. Jack
underwritten by Jules R. Schubot Faxon, Joy and Moti Friecller,
Jewellers. Some of the commit- Nancy and Ron Holton,
tee members include: Paul Karen and Jerry Kaufman,
Stein, Linda Sircus, Sybil Elinor and Nate Rubin,
Hoffman, Lucy Gersten, Theodore and Joan Sachs,
Elaine Tell, Gwen Weiner, Robert Schiff, Sandy and
Sam Gunn and Ruth Doreen Turbow and Barry-,
Sklarsky. Admission is $25.
Waldman. There is no admis,

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