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August 29, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-29

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'Tift DETROIT J149101 NEWS

Southfield Nursery Has Openings

The Southfield Co-opera-
tive Nursery and Play
Centre, a non-profit p•o-
gram, still has a limited
number of openings for the
fall. The center is located
near Ten Mile and North-
western in the Universalist
Unitarian Church.
The program provides a
developmental experience
for children three to five
years of age and their par-
ents. The main stress is on
learning through play, fun
e—,Tiences and association

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

with others. Sessions are
held 9-11:15 a.m. on Tues-
day and Thursday, and
Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday.
For information, contact
Joan Johnson, membership
chairman, 355-4515, or Eva
Guerra, president, 353-7334.

JOE CORNELL

SCHOOL OF BALLROOM DANCING

The Ruth Friedman
Katzen Administrative and
Learning Center for chil-
dren with learning disabili-
ties was dedicated Aug. 17
at Camp Tamarack, Orton-
ville.
Built with funds donated
by attorney, Maxwell E.
Katzen, husband of the late
Mrs. Katzen for whom the
structure was named, the
center will provide staff of-
fices and meeting and con-
sultation rooms. Mrs.
Katzen was the daughter of
Circuit Court Judge William

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Dr. Alan Jay Goldman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David
A. Goldman of Farmington
Hills, was recently awarded
The Jean-Luis Riehl Award
"for the outstanding scien-
tific work and publication
while a resident in neurol-
ogy" at U.C.L.A. School of
Medicine. * * *
•Dr. Mathew Borovoy,
Oak Park podiatrist, partici-
pated in sessions at the 63rd
annual meeting of the
American Podiatry Associa-
tion earlier this month in
San Francisco.
* * *
Irving S. Shapiro will be
the recipient of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science
medallion, an award pre-
sented annually for "dis-
tinguished service to
science, Israel and the Jew-
ish people."
* * *
Dr. Lawrence S. Lesh-
nik was,named director of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith Euro-
pean affairs department.
* * *
Dr. Stuart W. Ham-
burger, a member of the at-
tending surgical staff at
Sinai Hospital of Detroit,
was elected to membership
in the American Thyroid
Association.
* * *
Dr. Howard R. Weiss-
man was honored this week
by the Southfield City
Council for his 11 years of
service to the Southfield
'Board of Health. Dr. Weiss-
man left the board in July.

for his grandchildren.
Mrs. Subrin has been
studying art and oil paint-
ing at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center where some of
her work is on display.

BILLY THE
MAGIC CLOWN!
MIND READING
AND LAUGHS!

Party Entertainment with Audience
Participation by Bill Nagler
356-5112 or 1-662-3700

Our Fall

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Friedman.
At the dedication cere-
mony, Katzen presented
Sidney J. Wiener, presi-
dent of the Fresh Air board
of directors, with an iden-
tification plaque to be af-
fixed to the center.
Mrs. Katzen, who died
last year, was a social
worker and marriage coun-
selor for the Wayne County
Circuit Court. She also was
a board member of the
Fresh Air society of which
her husband is a former
president.

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were honored by their chil-
dren and grandchildren
Wednesday on the occasion
of their 50th wedding anni-
versary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Mayer (Malka)
Subrin and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
lan (Harriet) Gelfond. The
couple have six grandchil-
dren.
The senior Subrins met
in Canada after emigrat-
ing from Russia. From
Canada they moved to the
Detroit area where they
have lived since.
A retired house painter,
Mr. Subrin enjoys opera
music and reading, studying
and interpreting the Torah

*

People

Marion Feuerman

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Maxwell E. Katzen, left, benefactor of the Ruth
Friedman Katzen Administrative and Learning Center
at Camp Tamarack, Ortonville, presented a plaque to
Sidney J. Wiener, president of the Fresh Air Society's
board of directors, to be affixed to the new center. The
center will provide staff offices and meeting and consul-
tation rooms. The Katzen Center, named for the late
Mrs. Katzen, is operational when Tamarack's Silver-
man Village for emotionally disturbed children is in ses-
sion.

*

NOW REGISTERING FOR
FALL CLASSES

Eleanor Heyman

Tamarack Learning Center Subrins Mark
50th Anniversary
Honors Late Mrs. Katzen
Max and Gertrude Subrin

Photo in Error

The photograph appear-
ing with the Irving Katz's
story on Rabbi Leibman Ad-
ler in last week's Jewish
News was incorrectly iden-
tified as Rabbi Adler. Ac-
cording to Katz, executive
director of Temple Beth El,
the photograph depicts
Emanuel Scholoss, one of
the first presidents of the
temple.

Augut 29, 1975 41

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