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August 28, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-28

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Boxer-Seligman Rites
Held at Beth Achim

On his first official visit to De-
troit since his election as president
of District Grand Lodge 6 of Bnai
Brith, Mitchell G. Drezde of Chi-
cago will address the leadership
of the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council at its 26th annual
leadership seminars and workshops
Wednesday at Cong. Bnai David.
Dredze, who
will be keynote
speaker at the 6
p.m. dinner, has
a long record of
service to Bkai
Brith and Israel.
He is a member
of the board of
governors of the
Greater Chicago
Committee for
MRS. LAURENCE BOXER
State of I sr a el
Dredze
In a recent ceremony at Cong. Bonds.
The annual seminar workshops
Beth Achim, Linda Gail Seligman
are
designed
to
indoctrinate
became the bride of Laurence
lodge officers and committee
Richard Boxer. Rabbi Milton Arm
chairmen with their responsibili-
and Cantor Simon Bermanis offi-
ties and objectives and to plan
ciated.
Bnai Brith committee programs
Parents of the couple are Mr. and
for the coming year.
Mrs. Stanley Seligman of Hubbell
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
The following committees will
Boxer of St. Marys Ave.

Mrs. John Bratzel served her
sister as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Karen and Nancy
Boxer, sisters of the bridegroom.

rzai

Activities

Kenneth Cherney served as best
man. Ushers were John Bratzel
and James Morgenstern.
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS BOWLING
The couple will reside in Urbana, LEAGUE announces the start of
where Mr. Boxer will pursue its 26th year of bowling at Ark
his graduate studies in mathema- Lanes West, Southfield. The league
tics at the University of Illinois.
is planning another tournament
with Bnai Brith lodges of Toronto
and Windsor. There are some open-
ings. For information, call the sec-
retary, Harry Cohen, 548-3712.

Preschool Center
Open in Southfield

Didactic Associates, Inc., an-
nounces the opening of its South-
field Preschool Center at 12 Mile
and. Lahser Rd.
The program at Preschool Center
will be directed by George T. Mc-
Inerney, who holds a master's de-
gree in education and a BA in
psychology and family sociology
from Wayne State University. An
alumnus of the Merrill-Palmer
Institute, his interest in child de-
velopment goes back to his under-
graduate years in college. He was
involved in the Wayne State Uni-
versity preschool
laboratory.
Among its staff
is Harriet Lefko,
a veteran teacher
for the past 12
years at the
nursery school of
the Jewish Cen-
ter.
One aspect of
Preschool Center
is the inclusion
Mrs. Lefko
of male teachers. Along with
McInerney and Mrs. Lefko, Mark
K. Krieg, from Indiana University.
will- be among the permanent full-
time staff of Preschool Center.
The school building is being
leased from St. Ives Church and is
licated on 17 landscaped acres.
The facility carries the endorse-
ment of the division of licensing,
Michigan State Department of
Social Services.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leadership Seminars, Workshop
Scheduled by Bnai Brith Council

meet at the leadership seminars:
Adult Jewish education, Alfred
H. Bounin, chairman, Bernard
Panush, consultant; Anti-Defama-
tion League, Harry Nathan, chair-
man, Morris Direnfeld, consultant;
blood bank, Henry Cohn, chairman.
Harry N. Katz, consultant; Bnai
Brith Hillel, Martin Weston, chair-
man, and Nathan Rubenstein, con-
sultant.
Bnai Brith insurance, Harry
Oberstein, chairman, Max Way-
burn, consultant; Israel Bonds,
Harry Koltonow, chairman, Felix
Rosenzweig, consultant; trees, Abe
Rapoport, chairman, Louis Weber.
consultant; Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization, Paul Fink, chairman,
Julius Kahn, consultant.
Communtiy and veterans service,
Robert Rudman, chairman, Sher-
man Goldman, consultant: . Cove-
nant Credit Union, Dennis Rice,
chairman, Arthur C. Schott, con-
sultant; lodge bulletins, press and
publicity, Al Smith, chairman,
James Laker, consultant.
Lodge presidents, Henry Edel-
man, chairman, Herman Kasoff,
consultant; lodge programs, Max
Kushner, chairman, Louis Barden,
consultant; membership, Stephen
Zorn, chairman, George Tarnoff,
consultant.
Membership retention, Harold
Jaffa, chairman, Harry Weinber-
ger, consultant; services appeal,
Paul Perry, chairman, Sol Moss
consultant; and international coun-
cil, David Bittker, chairmap, Mil-
ton Weinstein, consultant.
Chairman of the dinner-seminar
is Louis Segel, vice president of
the council.
For information and resenta-
tions, call the Council office, 341-
0863.

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Center Camera Club
Sees Members Take
Top Prizes in Contest

Two of the three winners for
black and white entries in the
final
week of the Free Press "no
The Center will be open Mon-
day-Friday, following the calen- tional" snapshot contest are mem-
bers
of
the Center Camera Club
dar of the Southfield Public
Schools. Regular sessions will be of the Jewish Center.
Murry
Koblin, Southfield adver-
8:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-3:30
p.m. Full-day sessions will in- tising man, placed first, winning
clude a hot lunch and two snacks. $50 for his photo of a pair of kiss-
School preparation—reading and ing swans and their watery reflec-
mathematics readiness, along with tions.
Michael Drissman, a political
basic science and art projects—
will be stressed. Another key ele- science instructor at Macomb
Community
College, won $25 with
ment of the program will empha-
size social and personal responsi- his second-place "Sandbox Pat-
bility, both in teacher and peer terns."
Since there are some 50 camera
relationships and in matters of
simple hygiene. The child-teacher clubs and thousands of amateur
photographers
in Michigan, the
ratio will remain at approximatei:.
odds were long that two members
10:1.
For information, contact Didactic of the same club would take home
Associates Inc., Box 643, Franklin, prizes, said Koblin. Earlier in the
contest, another member, Bruce
48025, 352-4361.
Goldsmith, an officer of the De-
A man who knows he is a fool troit Common Pleas Court, took
two top prizes.
is not a great fool.—Chuang-tse.



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The Bnai Brith Women's Council Edelheit will narrate historical
of Metropolitan Detroit will cul- events at the home as it relates to
minate its summer-long canister the state of Israel. Memorabilia
campaign for the Bnai Brith Wom- from the life of Mrs. Solovich also
en's children's home in Bait V'gan, will be on display.
Israel, 8 p.m. Wednesday at Bnai
Refreshments will be served
David Synagogue.
under the supervision of Mrs.
Mrs. Irving Isaacs, council presi- Charles Galinsky, hospitality chair-
dent, announces that the funds man, assisted
-timbers of the
raised will furnish a remedial Frances Solovich Chapter.
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reading room in the new three-
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Solovich, past international presi- vited by presenting a contribution
dent of Bnai Brith Women and pro- at the door.
minent Detroit attorney.
For information, call Mrs. Jack
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severely disturbed children to
productive lives. A new film of
this modern treatment center, to-
gether with the handicraft of the
youngsters, will be shown at the
culmination event.

We wish to express our deepest
thanks to all our friends for
the many cards and contribu-
tions in honor of our 50th
Wedding Anniversary.

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