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January 01, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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38

Friday, January 1, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

1-1 Singles Events

Federation Women's Program Crescent Elects Kushner
Max Kushner was elected
Hosts Dr. Geltner, Lobenthal president
of the Crescent

Dr. Beverley Geltner,
educator and lecturer, and
Richard Lobenthal, Michi-
sent an evening of Western
gan regional director of the
rock and disco 8 p.m. Jan. 10
THE JEWISH SING- Bnai Brith Anti-
at the Circle P Ranch, 74 W.
Maple, Troy. Two large LES (21-35) will play vol- Defamation League, are
dance floors, a cash bar, a leyball 8:30 p.m. Monday in two of the workshop leaders
limited menu, mechanical the Jimmy Prentis Morris scheduled to appear at the
bull rides and video games Branch of the Jewish Com- 34th annual Institute of the
will be available. Western munity Center. Admission Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division.
dress is optional. Singles is nominal.
The day-long educational
age 21-45 are invited. There
Procrastination is the event, featuring former
is an admission charge. To
U.S. Congresswoman Bella
get on the mailing list, write thief of all time.
Abzug as plenary and keyn-
ote speaker, will be held
9:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Jan.
14 at the main Jewish
Community Center. Lunch-
eon and valet parking are
included in the registration
needs a donation of
fee, which is payable in ad-
a used upright piano
vance.
Dr. Geltner and Lobent
for our Kindergarten classes.
hal will be conducting
workshops on the Moral
Contact Hi!lel Day School
Majority and Arab Influ-
Mrs. Brenner. 851-2394
ence, respectively. Other
Your donation is tax deductible.
workshop topics and speak-

SECOND GENERA-
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Shrine Club.
Other officers are: Max
Katz and Ben Sussman, vice
presidents; and Morton
Bechek, financial secretary.
Elected to the 'board of gov-
ernors were: Frank
Blazofsky, Martin
Bodansky, William Love,
Irwin Nathanson, Elias
Springer, Sidney Benjamin,
Albert Cohen, Albert Golds-
tein, Lester Greenspan and
Manny Helfman.
James Laker is the chap-
lain and Kenneth Stern,
acting secretary.

Second Generation Singles,
P.O. Box 2571, Southfield,
48037-2571.
* * *

RICHARD LOBENTHAL

ers are as follows: Media,
Mike Miller, host of
WXYZ-AM radio "Morning
Newstalk" show; Anti-
Semitism, Deena
Pearlman, community con-
sultant for the Anti-
Defamation League; and
the Shrinking Dollar, Dean
William Haber, economics
professor at the University
of Michigan.

Dr. Geltner received a
PhD degree in educa-
tional administration
from the University of
Michigan, where she also
earned a master's degree
in guidance and counsel-
ing. Her undergraduate
degree in modern history
was granted by the Uni-
versity of Toronto.

She was a Kettering
Foundation Educational
Fellow in 1977 and 1979.
Also in 1979, she took part
in a seven-week seminar in

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Evening and Saturday Programs in the Arts
Registration Jan. 5, 6, 7 until 7 p.m.
Call 872-3118, Classes begin Jan. 9

DR. BEVERLEY GELTNER

Israel, in cooperation with
the Israeli Ministry of Edu-
cation and Culture, as a
Fulbright Recipient of the
U.S. Office of Education.
Dr. Geltner has spent 18
years in public education as
a high school teacher, coun-
selor, school administrator
and central district ad-
ministrator in Toronto and
Michigan.
Lobenthal was educated
at the University of
Chicago, New York Univer-
sity and Long Island Uni-
versity. His majors were in
psychology, sociology and
social work.

A specialist in the area
of race relations, he is a
private consultant in civil
rights and numbers
among his clients nine
Michigan school dis-
tricts, the Michigan State
Department of Educa-
tion, five Michigan uni-
versities, various com-
munity organizations
and state and local civil
and human rights organ-
izations and commis-
sions.

Lobenthal has taught
urban sociology, social prob-
lems, race relations and
ecology as a faculty member
at Wayne State University,
the University of Michigan
and other area universities.
Lobenthal is a member of
the Michigan State Advi-
sory Committee to the
United States Commission
on Civil Rights, and is vice
president of the Applied Re-
search Teams of Michigan
(ARTOM), a non-profit re-
search corporation serving
civil rights and labor and
community groups. He has
authored and co-authored
several books and serves on
the boards of numerous
human relations organiza-
tions.
Prior to his association
with the ADL, Lobenthal
was a U.S. representative to
the United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific and Cul-
tural Organization's (UN-
ESCO) cultural exchange
program and also was a con-
sultant with the-U.S. State
Department.
Renee Mahler is chair-
man of the 1982 institute
and Maurine Siliman is
associate chairman.
Babysitting service for, the
day can be arranged by cal-
ling the Jewish Center,
661-1000. For information,
call the Federation
Women's Division ; 965-
3939.

Kushner also is presi-
dent of Mr. and Mrs.

Dec. 27 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
ven Kruger (June Mintz) of
Rochester, N.Y., a daugh-
ter, Alison Anne.
* * *
Dec. 26 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Feurring (Be-
verly Leonard) of Birmin-
gham, a daughter, Emily
Brooke.
* * *
Dec. 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Eliot Goldbaum (Ivy
Smith) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Courtney Ann.
* * *
Dec. 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jonathan Colman
(Marcy Tucker of Flint) of
Southfield, a daughter, Jes-
sica Ashley.
* * *
Dec. ,21 — To Mr.. and
Mrs. Roger Richmond
(Diana Brenner) of Far-
mington Hills, a daughter,
Stephanie Beth.
* * *
Dec. 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Edelman
(Steffi Korens) of South-
field, a daughter, Neeley
Rochelle.

MAX KUSHNER

Group, City of Hope. He
has twice been _president
of the Louis Marshall-
Suburban Lodge of Bnai
Brith and has held almost
every office of the lodge.

He was vice president of
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council for three
years.

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