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August 23, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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CORDO N,

Ruth Katzen, Court Counselor,
Active in Many Women's Ranks

in many
women's movements, died

Ruth Naomi Katzen, prom-
inent native Detroiter who

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

626-3346

has been active

Aug. 15, at age 64. Funeral
services were held in Kauf-
man Chapel Sunday morning.
Surviving are her husband,
Maxwell, daughter, Ann, and
son, James.
A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan and having
earned her master's degree
from Wayne State Univer-
sity, Mrs. Katzen had served
as a marriage counselor for
the Wayne County Circuit
Court. •
She was a lifetime member
of Shaarey Zedek and with
her husband, who was co-
chairman of the synagogue's
cultural commission, s h e
played an active role in or-
ganizing the synagogue's edu-
cational programs. She was
active in the synagogue sis-
terhood for many years.
Her numerous other affili-
ations included Hadassah,
National Council of Jewish
Women. Women's American
ORT, Sinai Women's Guild
and National AssociatiOn of
Social Workers.
She served on many boards
including Fresh Air Society
and Oakland County Chapter
of Michigan Society for Men-
tal Health.
Mrs. Katzen was the
daughter of the prominent
community leader, 'activist
in t h e Anti - Defamation
League and president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
the late Wayne County Cir-
cuit Court Judge William
Friedman.

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Albert E. Karbal, director
of the Learning Resource
Center at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, will be in Louisyille,
Ky., Sunday to conduct a
workshop for the teachers
of Louisville.
Reuben Resnik, executive
director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Louis-
ville, who extended the invi-
tation to Karbal, announced
that more than 60 teachers
will participate in the work-
shop.
The -workshop will deal
with the individualization of
instruction, open classroom
and the creation of materials
for learning centers. The
presentation will include an
original program on the
Holocaust, produced by Kar-
bal and an original video
tape on the open classroom
in the Jewish school, pro-
duced by Karbal and Rabbi
Gerald Teller, education di-
rector of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

Registration Open
at Local Nursery

Applications are now being
accepted for the Oak Park
Cooperative Preschool Nur-
sery, a non-profit parent-run
group located at Key School.
The activities focus on a
parent and child involvement
in the child's first contact
with an organized group sit-
uation away from home. Par-
ent oriented discussion
groups are now being held to
discuss the cooperative nur-
sery experience.
For information, call Betty
Hoffman, 968-0168 or Judi
Rodriguez, 834-8522.

LARRY FREEDMAN

Bnai A-ith Activities

BB to Honor
Louis 'Weber

host a luau 7 p.m. Sept. 15
at the home of Sharon Moss,
6590 Post Oak, West Bloom-
field. For information and
reservations, call Diana
Brenner, 559-4435• Steffior
Nance Korens, 626-7090, or
Miss Moss, 352-3979.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, August 23, 1974

••••=11104.

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including

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LOUIS WEBER

Ivan S. Bloch Lodge 1677
of Bnai Brith in conjunction
with the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council will honor
Louis Weber, a charter mem-
ber and past president of
Bloch Lodge and a past pres-
ident of the metropolitan
council, at a dinner 6:30 p.m.,
Sept. 9 at Cong. Beth Achim.

Weber is a national com-
missioner of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, and for
the past four years has been
the foundation chairman for
the Bnai Brith Youth Foun-
dation dinner held annually
at Cobo Hall honoring such
community leaders as Joseph
L. Hudson Jr., Walker L.
Cisler, Irwin I. Cohen, and
Leonard Woodcock.
He is an active member of
Beth Achim, active in the
business community.
For information –or -reser-
vations, call Norman S. Moss,
352-1072, Isadore Perlmutter,
542-2686, or the Bnai Brith
office, 354-6100.
*
*
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council members will
participate in the Jerry Lew-
is Muscular Dystrophy Tele-
thon Sept. 2. Volunteers may
call Sophie Venitianer at the
Bnai Brith council office,
354=6100 to specify the shifts
desired. Shift times are 9 -
11:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.,
2-4:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m.

LOUIS MARSHALL
LODGE honored Thomas Zo-
hott, past president and fi-
nancial secretary for 19 years
on the eve of his move with
his wife, to Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla. Zohott has been
a member of Marshall Lodge
for 34 years. He is a charter
member, founder and past
president of the Marshall
Benevolent Fund.

*

* *

DETROIT LODGE CHAP-
TER will have •an open meet-
ing noon Sept. 6 at the Knob-
in - the - Woods Apts. club
house. Mrs. Annette Serling
of Recovery, Inc. will, pre-
sent a panel discussion on the
counseling of former psy-
chiatric patients. Luncheon
will be served. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Lee Levine,
542-0019, or Mrs. Jay Landy,
546-4159.

*

:: *

FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER is seeking _items
for its bingo fund-raising
event Sept. 28. Persons wish-
ing to make donations may
call Arlen Magy, 559-6707.
Donations are tax deductible.

A H A V A CHAPTER will

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Favors
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