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July 21, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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Fresh Air Society
Announces Nominees
for Directors' Board

Bnai Brith Council of Metropolitan
Detroit Elects New Slate of Officers

Dr. John J. Pollack, chairman

of the nominating committee of
the Fresh Air Society, announces
the following board members
have been renominated for elec-
tion to the board of directors for
a three-year term:
Sol G. Kurtzman, Robert S.
Trepeck, Arthur D. Rodecker,
and Mesdames Theodore Barg-
man, I. Irving Bittker, Milford
Pregerson, Asher Tilchin' and
Samuel Willis.
Nominated for election to a
three year term are: Adolph
Goldberg, Alan Luckoff, and
Mesdames Emil T. Stern and
Julian H. Scott.
Other members of the nomi-
nating committee are Jack Wain-
ger, Harold Weiss and Mesdames
Samuel Chapin and Joseph Fen-
ton.
The annual meeting of the
Fresh Air Society will be held
1 p.m. Aug. 13 at Fair Acres
Camp (f o r m e r l y Fresh Air
Comp).

Mrs. Jeffrey in Race
for Con-Con Delegate

.

.

Mrs. Mildred Jeffrey, advo-
cate of Legislative re-apportion-
ment, is a candidate for -Consti-
tutional Convention delegate in
the 12th Representative Dis-
trict.
An active civic worker in
education, human relations,
Church and community affairs,
she was honored for her serv-
ices by. Workmen's Circle in
1955. She has served on the
Citizens Advisory Committee of
the Detroit Public Schools, is
a member of the Detroit Li-
brary Commission, vice-chair-
man of the Michigan Consumers
Association and a member of
the Board of Trustees of the
International Institute.
She lives at 10045 Grandville
with her husband and two
children.

July 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Herbert Sokol (Rochelle Labo-
vitz), 14440 Vernon, Oak Park,
a son,. Barry Michael.
* * *
July 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
James Wilkus (Hannah Lazarus),
25224 Southwood Dr., Southfield,
a daughter, Donna Lynn. .
* * *
July 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard I. Singal (Sara Selesny),
4059 Elmhurst, a daughter,
Anita Cheryl.
* *' *
July 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Rosenthal (Judith Helaine Katz-

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State Democratic Party Gives Nod to Four
Constitutional Convention Candidates

Louis McGuinness, chairman delegate and divisional chair-
of the 15th Congressional Dis- I man. Currently he is enr
the
in the doctoral progra
trict of the Democratic Party department of histor
niver-
of the State of Michigan, an- sity of Michigan.
nounced the Democratic Party
man, is an
Austin, 33'74
has endorsed the following four accountant and
memb
candidates in the July 25 pri- Governor Swai on's Ad
mary for delegates to the Committee on the C
Constitutional Convention: Jack tional Conventi
He is
Faxon, 5th Senatorial District, ber - of Detroit
Michigan
and Richard Austin, Melvin Study Committe and an active
Nord .and Harold Norris, fith business and civi
ader.
Representative District.
Nord, 17600 Phi
Faxon, 17594 Kentucky, high man of the Business and Pro-
school teacher of government fessional Chapter of the Ameri-
and history, has been an active can JewiM1 Congress, is a patent
member of the Democratic attorney and engineer presently
Party,. serving both as precinct serving as a member of the
law faculty at the University
of Detroit and director of Dr.
Nord's Bar Review Course.
Norris, 17393 -Pinehurst,
man), 23241 Geneva, - Oak Park, chairman of the- Commission on
Law and Social Action of the
a son, Lester Martin.
American Jewish Congress and
* * *
July 8—To Dr. and Mrs. Shel- a member of the Michigan
don M. Kantor (Marian Carel), Cabinet of the Anti-Defama-
18086 Hubbell, a son, Robert tion League, is a practicing
attorney. Currently he is serv-
Scott.
ing as a member of the
* * *
Con-
July 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. mittee on the Michi
authored
Sanford Pavlon (Gloria Mehr), stitution and rece
of Constit&
19166 Beaverland, a daughter, the article, "Iss
the Mic
tional Liberty
Julie Rhonda.
Constitution Co
n."
• * *
All four e endors:
tl
July 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
David Schwartz (Brenda June Detroit Cit ns
Freedland) of Birmingham, a
Sander Be
son, Michael Alan.

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manuel (Muni) Mark, Director
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d Mrs. Sey- Candidate for Con-Con
A.. practicing attorney, Sander
Kaplan),
Park, a Bernstein is among/the candidates
running for delegate to the Con-
stitutional Convention from the
2nd Representa-
Mr. and Mrs.
tive District.
ow (Ellen Gor-
He is married
2 Greenview, South-
and the father
a son, Jeffrey Scott.
*
of two children.
Bernstein,
Mr. and Mrs.
18244 Parkside,
(Toby Lynn
is a graduate of
ly of Detroit,
t h e University
elphia, Pa., . a
of Michigan, a
e Rea.
* * *
member of the
Bernstein
Executive Board
24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Talbot, of the 13th District Democrats
daughter, and is officially endorsed by the
Wayne County AFL-CIO. He is
an Army veteran.
and Mrs.
11
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Cherrylawn, a
rol Elaine.
* is
Federico Fellini's controver-
Mr. and Mrs.
leanor Ar- sial award winning picture, "LA
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THE METROPOLITAN DETROIT BNAI BRITH COUNCIL
began its 23rd year of operation with a strong slate of top
officers to guide its 8,500 members in 2'7 lodges. Shown above,
from left, are Third Vice-President Sol Moss, First Vice-President
Jack Leeds, President Morris Direnfeld, Second Vice-President
Maurice Zeiger and Fourth Vice-President Julius Kahn. The
Council will hold its meetings on the fourth Wednesday of
every month at the Jewish Center.

Morris Direnfeld, president of
the METROPOLITAN DETROIT
COUNCIL announces the first
delegates' meeting of the season
will be held 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Jewish Community
Center, Curtis at Meyers. A
special feature of the program
will be a talk by Councilman Wil-
liam Patrick on the proposals
for changes in the Detroit Com-
mission on Community Relations.
All Council Delegates are asked
to attend. Refreshments will be
served. The Detroit Council also
recently welcomed its 27th
lodge with the transfer of Har-
vey Levenberg Lodge of Mt.
Clemens from the Michigan
Council.

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Bnai Brith Activities

At the recent BNAI BRITH
DISTRICT CONVENTION in
C h i c a g o, Louis Weber and
Harry Weinberger were elected
to the District Board of Gover-
nors, while Weinberger was
also appointed to the District
Administrative Committee. Mil-
ton M. Weinstein is the new
District by-laws chairman and
Harry N. Katz, liaison chair-
man to the Women's District
Six.
* * *
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