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June 11, 1976 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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42 June 11, 1976 '°114111.111.....1.1.111. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Seniors Print Annual `The Writer's Corner'
Volume

C. jiwian_

The annual edition of
"The Writer's Corner," con-
taining articles written by
senior adults affiliated with
the Jewish Community Cen-

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ter, has been . published.
Contributors to the publi-
cation include: Grete Bor-
chardt (from Israel), Emma
Cass. David Chait, Eve
Dishell, Frances Driker,
Martin Eden, Markus En-
gelberg, Norma Goldman,
Rose Goldsmith, Grellet,
Joshua Joyrich, Rae Ken-
dler, Bertha Mishcovsky,
Joseph Shapiro, Ethel Sil-
ber, Sarah Slavin, Mina
Stone, Abraham Sherman
and Fay E. Weiss.
One of the contributions
to the volume was the fol-
lowing poem contributed by
Bertha Mishcovsky, entitled
"Happiness Is."
One can find happiness
in many ways, some im-
portant and some real fool-
ish.

The Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
will hold its annual meeting
and election of officers 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Studio Thea-
ter at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Division presi-
dent Richard J. Maddin
announced.
Neil A. Satovsky has been
nominated for president.
Also nominated are Dorene
Finer, executive committee
chairman; John M. Frank,
Eric C. Oppenheim and El-
len Schmier, vice presidents;
Jeffrey N. Bonin, Gary L.
Fried, Julie Hertz, Jonathan
M. Jaffa and Jane Zukin,
members-at-large.
Nominated for an addi-
tional term to the board of
directors are Peter M. Alter,
Benjamin Brody, Alan H.
Finer, William Handelman,
Barbara Hillman, Brian J.
Kott, Thomas M. Kukes, E.
Steven Robinson, Richard F.
Roth, William S. Ruben-
faer, Kenneth J. Safran,
Joan Satovsky, Linda
Schmier, Cindy Siefman,

Southfield Board of Education
Monday, June 14, 1976

Southfield resident 20 years • Married, 3 daughters • Executive Director, St. Peter's Episcopal Home for
Boys • Graduate, Central Michigan University — University of Denver, (Master of Social Work -- child
welfare) • Southfield Board of Education — 4
years • Past chairman of Southfield Parks & Recreation
Commission • Past president, Simms PTA • Past chairman, Community Congregational nursery school •
Board member, Michigan Association of Private Children's Agencies • Member, Southfield Parent Youth
Guidance Commission — 6 years. • Vice Chairman, State of Michigan Juvenile Training Council.

Please join the following citizens by voting for a man who is
REPRESENTATIVE OF AND ACCOUNTABLE TO STUDENTS AND PARENTS
OF THE SOUTHFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT.

Norman & Jane Goodman
Bernard & Helene Gottfried
Jerry & Dolores Gross
Jo Grubbs
Sam & Toni Hagenian
Charles & Jane Hakes
Bob & Calista Harding
Martin & Natalie Horwitz
Mary Hunter
Steve & Vivian Hurite
Joe & Sue Kelly
Dorothy Kindervater
Don & Pat Korb
Ed Krass
Larry & Rae Krieger
Kenneth Larsen
Gordon 8. Ellen Lawton
Gerald Levin
Alex & Minnie Martin
Roxanne Meridian

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Tom & Peggy Rowley
Jerry & Flora Sacks
Alan & Suzi Sims
Jean Sinelli
Dr. Barney & Noreen Solomon
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Morton & Jeri Tatkin
Robert & Sally Thompson
Syd & Judith Weinstein
Tom & Glenda Williamson
Dorothy, Linda, Cindy & Sue Wright
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and reservations, call Diana
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Pinebrook Swim Club

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
cultural club, will meet 3:30
p.m. Sunday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center.
Avrum Fleish will speak
on "My Way to Galil".
Guests are invited to the
Hebrew lecture.

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Cherie Sternberg,_Wendy
Sternberg, Marc G. White-
field and Ellen Whitefield.
David S. Aronow,
James L. Bonin, Elaine S.
Grand, David Handleman,
Heidi Press, Carol Ruben-
faer, Suzanne Rubin and
Neil J. Sosin are nomi-
nated to serve a first term
on the board of directors.
Additional nominations
for election of directors may
be made by petition signed
by 10 members of the organ-
ization, filed in the office of
the Junior Division, Jewish
Welfare Federation, 163
Madison, Detroit, 48226.
The Junior Division is an
organization for young peo-
ple, married and single, who
are interested in the activi-
ties of the Detroit metropol-
itan Jewish community.
For reservations to the
meeting, which will include
a social hour, call Division
director Lillian Bernstein at
the Federation office,
965-3939.

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to Include Election of Officers

RE-ELECT ROBERT WRIGHT

Helmer & Dolores Akerman
Leon & Alice Avedisian
Paul & Gyrithe Blinkilde
Dr. Harold Bussey
Irwin & Helen Carlton
Arthur Chaims
Alan Cisek
Don & Beverly Clemo
Judy Doubleday
Gary Elias
Joe & Shirley Ephraim
Dr. John & Ruth English
Helen Feder
Fran Fisher
Ezra & Frona Foner
Harold & Meta Frantz
Dr. Max & Shirley Garber
Marge Geisel
Raymond & Vicki Goldbaum
Dr. Jack & Barbara Golds

When I get up in the
morning and move around
without pain.
When I find my house
key after displacing it.
Believe it or not, I kiss it.
When I find a solution
for one of my many prob-
lems.
When I step on the scale
and learn that I lost
weight.
When my grandson gets
his haircut and doesn't
look like a girl any more.
When I find a few real
friends, as friends are like
melons — in order to find a
good one, one has to try
many.

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