THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, April 16, 1971
Mrs. Joseph Rodman to Be Installed
as President of BB Women's Council
The Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit will hold
its 26th annual installation of of-
ficers noon Thursday at Cong. Bnai
Mrs. Joseph Rodman has served
the council as an officer in all
major capacities. She is a member
of the Michigan Region board of
the Anti-Defamation League and
of the Bnai Brith fund-raising cab-
MRS. JOSEPH RODMAN
inet, has served on the Michigan
Region board of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization and is a past
president of the Louis Marshall
Chapter. She also is a past presi-
dent of the Primrose Society.
To be installed with Mrs. Rod-
man are Mrs. Andrew Berger, Mrs.
Ira Albion, Selma Cohen and Mrs.
Harold Rowe, vice president: Mrs.
Maynard Kalef, treasurer; and
Mesdames Benjamin Wenner, Pau
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Installation chairman for the
afternon is Mrs. Ira Albion. Tickets
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Fink and Mrs. Oscar Cook and ar-
rangements by Mrs. Henry Schore.
The installing officer is Mrs. Harry
Bodzin, past president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council.
Tickets may be purchased
through chapters or by calling Mrs.
Fink, 398-5075, or Mrs. Cook, 546-
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Some 800 art works and crafts
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In his new work Dr. Dorsey
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wire and metal sculpture.
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Hillel Day School will dedicate
its new building at 32200 Middle-
belt, Farmington, May 23, at which
time the guest speaker wil be Isaac
Toubin, executive vice president of
the American Association for Jew-
Hillel began with an enrollment
of 29 kindergarten and first grade
youngsters housed in rented quar-
ters. One grade a year was added,
and in September 1970, school open-
ed in the new building. There is
a present enrollment of 265 stu-
dents, kindergarten through ninth
grade, and a staff of over 40.
The curriculum is a combined
program of general and Hebraic
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Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, author
and professor of psychology and
psychiatry at the University of
Chicago, will be a guest speaker
at "Women's World," the annual
fund-raising event sponsored by
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood, 1 p.m.
April 28 at the
Known for his
studies and writ-
ing on child rear-
ing, Dr. Bettel-
heim for many
years has been
director of the
genic School, a Dr. Bettelheim
residential treatment center for
emotionally disturbed children..
He is author of many important
and well-received books, but it is
his most recent book, "The Chil-
dren of the Dream," a study of
children raised on kibutzim, which
he will discuss for the Women's
World audience. For the occasion,
Dr. Bettelheim, will show films
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen of Itha-
ca Ave., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Renee Beth to Ralph Edward Ruf-
fini, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Ruffini of Republic Ave., Oak
The couple plans to marry in connected with research for the
The event has been planned by
general chairmen Mesdames Abe
Akiva Hebrew Day School is
sponsoring an open house at the
Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods
9:30 a.m. April 28.
Parents will have an opportunity
to visit the classrooms, have their
questions answered and arrange
for private conferences with the
principal, Rabbi Gerald Werner.
Akiva will offer several new pro-
grams for the coming school year:
a nursery class for children 4 years
old, a 10th grade which will mark
the beginning of a complete high
school program and a special non-
graded Jewish studies class for
Dr. John M. Dorsey, distinguished
qualified students in junior and I psychiatrist, Wayne State Univer-
senior high school.
sity's holder of the University Pro-
In addition, Akiva is sponsoring ; fessor title, draws
a day camp this summer for chil ,
upon the great
dren age 4-15.
Registration and interviewing of
all ages in devel-
new students can be arranged by
oping his theme
calling the school office, 545-1060.
in his newest vol-
For day camp registration call the
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ogy of Emotion.--
vin Lichtenstein, 647-4459.
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Dr. Bettelheim to Explore 'Children
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Akiva Open House
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