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May 05, 1995 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-05

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At a book signing, Cheryl Pevos greets author E.M. Broner (seated).

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ormer Detroiter E.M. (Es- Sergeant John Him.meLspach
ther) Broner recently and Janice Morganroth. Mrs.
discussed and signed her Morganroth is an attorney in the
new book Mournings and law firm Morganroth, Morgan-
Morning (HarperSanFrancisco, roth, Alexander & Nye. She
$18) at Borders in Farmington works directly with the Michigan
Hills.
Child Task Force and is an ad-
The book is about her father, vocate for children's causes.
Paul Masserman, a Detroiter
Mrs. Morganroth and her fam-
who was an editor with the De- ily were recently in the news
troit Times and public-relations because her son Erik received
specialist for Jewish causes, in- a heart transplant. "The com-
cluding Israel Bonds and the munity support was wonderful.
Jewish National Fund.
It really made a difference," said
The book is written in diary Mrs. Morganroth. She said her
form and tells how she dealt with son is doing well.
saying Kaddish for him in an Or-
Mrs. Bolak is a principal at
thodox synagogue in Manhattan. Washington Elementary School
Throughout the book she weaves in Ferndale.
poignant observations of
her father and his influ-
ence on her life.
Dr. Broner is a lifelong
feminist and author of
eight books. She has been
a professor of English at
Wayne State University,
Columbia University and
Sarah Lawrence College.
Her visit at Borders book-
store drew many old
friends, including col-
leagues and students from Fred and Janice Morganroth
WSU and high-school ac-
quaintances.
Some of the Child Abuse &
Her cousin Cheryl Pevos and Neglect Council supporters in-
niece Carole Kaftan stopped by cluded: board member Lois
to hear her speak. "She's a born Shaevsky, Frannie Green-
storyteller," said Mrs. Kaftan.
baum, Phyllis Strome, Rosita
Krass and Shelley Goodman
ADVOCATE AWARDS
Taub.
The Child Abuse & Neglect
Council of Oakland County held EVENING OF BRILLIANCE
its 1995 Child Advocate Award
The Juvenile Diabetes Foun-
Luncheon last week at the North- dation presents its 10th an-
field Hilton with guest speaker niversary event, "The Evening of
Huel Perkins of WJBK TV-2 Brilliance," 7 p.m Saturday, May
News. The recipients included: 20, at the Ritz-Carlton. Estelle
Sis Wenger, Dr. Karen Bolak, Elkus and Rita Haddow are

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