32—Friday, September 3, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Center Offers Physical
Education for Toddlers
tudithNaimark to Ira Program Complete for Wednesday's DSG Stag Day
Aubrey Ettenheimer, president Among members of the hospitality
Plans are complete for the De-
Michael Stuart Small troit
Service Group's annual stag of Franklin Hills Country Club, will committee are James August,
One of the most comprehensive
physical education programs in
Michigan will be offered to toddler
and preschool children by the Jew-
ish Center starting Sept. 22. A
total of 23 different gym and swim
classes will be offered to children
age 1-3 (toddlers) and 3-5 (pre-
Ten of the classes will be con-
ducted at the Center's main build-
ing and 13 at the 10 Mile Rd.
All programs are supervised by
With the exception of four "In-
troduction to Water" classes for
3- to 5-year-old preschoolers, all
classes are available to non-Center
MISS JUDITH NAIMARK
members for a period of 10 weeks.
For information, call the physi-
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Naimark
cal education department, DI
of Devon Dr., Franklin, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Judith Ann to Michael Stuart
Three Detroit area agents have
Small, son of Dr. Robert Small of
qualified as members of the 1971 Oxford and Mrs. Nathan Chalnick
Star Club of New York Life In-
of Captains Ln., Franklin.
surance Co. They are Max H.
Miss Naimark is a junior at
Horowitz, Mrs. Shirley Taub and the University of California at
Heinz S. F. Borchardt.
Her fiance has a bachelor of
science degree from Eastern Mich-
igan University and is studying
and special occassions
at the California Podiatric Medi-
cal Center in San Francisco.
A December wedding is plan-
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The Kosher Dining Club at the
University of Michigan, sponsored'
by the National Council of Young
Israel, is beginning its fifth year
at Hillel House, Ann Arbor.
Complete service provides six
meals per week, Monday through
A change of operation has re-
sulted in a considerable reduction
over last year's fees. A Sabbath
only subscription is available, and
individual meals for outside guests
require advance reservation.
Students who subscribe to the
full program receive a partial
rebate from fees paid to their
dorm for room and board.
For information, contact Rabbi
James I. Gordon of the Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods, 398-1177.
Prof. GERALD BEN-DAVID, in-
ternationally-known nuclear physi-
cist, and a member of the faculty
of physics at Bar-Ilan University
in Israel, arrived in the United
States to participate in the Gordon
Photo-Nuclear Conference at the
Tilton School, Tilton, N.H. He
also will take part in the interna-
tional conference on "Statistical
Properties of Nucleii."
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day on Wednesday when a capac-
ity crowd of workers on the 1971
Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund will gather for a
day of good fellowship at Franklin
Hills Country Club.
N. Brewster Broder, chairman
of the traditional stag day, said
that the golf schedule was entirely ,
filled for the day but that workers
were invited for a buffet lunch and
an afternoon of relaxation before
evening festivities start at 5:30.
The award banquet is the cul-
mination of the year's campaign-
ing, with the DSG loving cup to be
awarded to the campaign division
which achieved the greatest per-
centage increase over the amount
that it raised in 1970. The large
silver cup, inscribed with the
names of the winners during the
past 20 years, is on display at the
Jewish Welfare Federation offices
during the year, and a small repli-
ca is given the chairman of the
Meyer M. Fishman and Max M.
Shaye, 1971 campaign chairmen,
will be present at the dinner to
tell workers the final results of the
drive which was the largest in De-
OAK MANOR KOSHER CATER-
ERS, under the Kashrut supervi-
sion of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis; is accepting bookings for
weddings, Bnai Mitzva, showers
and other events in the new Labor
Zionist Building, 28555 Middlebelt.
Choice dates are available, as are
private rooms for groups of 30
and more. For information, call
The Merchants Association of
the Universal Mall in Warren, and
the Mercury Real Estate Co. of
Pittsburgh, announce the appoint-
ment of Joel L. Benson as promo-
tion and public relations director
of the UNIVERSAL MALL. Ben-
son, 24, is a graduate of Eastern
Four Detroit area agents have
qualified as members of the 1971
Top Club of NEW YORK LIFE IN-
SURANCE CO. They are Harold
Elso and Ned Hoff, Oak Park and
Aaron Brooks and George R. Tere-
belo of Southfield.
LOUIS I. ZUCKERMAN will be
one of the main speakers at the
New York Life Insurance Co.'s
educational conference in Louis-
greet the workers. At the biennial
business meeting of the Detroit
Service Group to be held dur-
ing the dinner, members of the
board of directors will be elected
to serve for the next two years,
Paul Broder, president, said.
Assisting chairman Brewster
Broder on Stag Day are Joseph H.
Pearlman, golf committee chair-
man; Charles Coleman and Philip
T. Warren, golf committee; Wil-
liam M. Wetsman, chairman of
prizes; and Thomas I. Klein, chair-
man of the hospitality committee.
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Subject of UHS Seminar
Bronx Borough President ROB-
ERT ABRAMS endorsed the con-
didacy of Senator GEORGE Mc-
GOVERN in his bid for the Demo-
cratic presidential nomination.
PHILIP D. KAUFMAN attended
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A four-day seminar for Hebrew
language teachers will be con-
ducted at the United Hebrew
Schools main building next week,
starting 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The seminar, an introduction to
the audio-lingual teaching method
B'Yad HaLashon, will be led by
Reuven Yalon, author of the
method, who is director of educa-
tion for the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation in Cleveland.
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