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March 29, 1963 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-29

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ceptance by Governor George
Romney of an invitation to ad-
dress the National Press Club in
Washington May 22.
William H. McGaughey, chair-
man of the 17-member Manufac-
turing Committee of Michigan
Week, said the committee orig-
inated the idea for the Governor
to address the nation's press
corps in the middle of Michigan

Urge Clarkson's
Re-Election as
Southfield Mayor

Anticipating a grand celebra-
tion of the fifth anniversary of
the community, Southfield lead-
ers this week extolled the serv-
ices of the community's Mayor
James Clarkson and urged his
re-election on April 1.
Mayor Clarkson, an attorney,
a war veteran and rated pre-



igan's recent progress and
future industrial potential. Top
Michigan Week officials also
prevailed upon the governor to
accept the invitation, extended
by Bryson Rash, president of
the National Press Club.
It marks the first time that
any Michigan governor has ad-
dressed the National Press Club
while in office. Forty of Mich-
igan's leading industrialists and
educators are planning to ac-
company Governor. Romney to
Washington to attend the lunch-
eon. Michigan's 20 congressmen
and two senators that make up
the state's delegation in Wash-
ington will be invited to attend.
Under the slogan, "What
Michigan Makes—Makes Mich-
igan," the statewide' Manufac-
turing Committee has estab-
lished a number of other targets
in its vigorous promotion of
manufacturing during Michigan
Week, May 19:25, McGaughey
said.

Judge Kent Tops
Bar Assn. Poll

Common Pleas Court Judge
George D. Kent was first in the
traditional poll of preferences
conducted by the Detroit Bar
Assn.
Judge Kent also is listed as
Preferred by the Civic Search-
light, and with many other en-
dorsements he has • received,

MAYOR JAMES CLARKSON

ferred by civic groups, is well
known in all of his city's ranks.
At dedication of Jewish re-
ligious structures in his city,
Mayor Clarkson has been a wel-
come guest, a speaker at several
important functions and an in-
spirer of many communal proj-
ects.
Cooperating with neighboring
cities and with Detroit leaders,
Mayor Clarkson foresees a con-
federation of cities that will re-
dound to the benefit of the en-
tire area.
He adheres to a platform that
calls for protection against pen-
alty taxation on home improve-
ments; opposition to non-resi-
dent income taxes or a city in-
a vote by the
come tax
people; encouragement of efforts
to develop Southfield primarily
as a residential' community; pro-
poses a master plan for storm
and sanitary sewers.

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EVENINGS & WEEKENDS

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The Social Singles in collabor- sold at the door, stag or drag.
ation with the Adult Servicei De- Dress for the evening will be
partment at the Jewish Center, cocktail for the ladies and suits
will hold its first dance for for the gentlemen.
single people, 21-35, at 8:30 p.m.
Help others as you journey
Nationwide attention has been at the Center. Hy Herman and
through life — those who live
drawn to the interest Common his orchestra will provide the
dance music and refreshments only for themselves run a
Pleas Judge Joseph J. Pernick' will be served. Tickets will 'be mighty small business.
has in deaf mutes. Since his ap-
pointment to the post to which
he was renominated at the
Primaries and to which he
seeks re-election next Monday,
Let us help you plan your

,

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Odin Breakfast, Reception—Shower

You can be confident that our well trained
staff will put forth every effort
to make this memorable occasion
a very happy one

For the convenience of your out-of-town guests, we 'also have
available comfortable air-conditioned rooms and suites . . . for
their dining pleasure, our beautiful Sapphire Dining Room . . •
and ample parking in our underground heated garage.

Please call our catering manager, Mr. Sned-
don who will gladly make an appointment with
you and show you our fine facilities.

Phone TR 5-9500

:d

JUDGE JOSEPH J. PERNICK

scores of organizations have
corresponded with him and are
establishing wide connection
for aid in that field of en-
deavor.
It had become • known widely
that Judge Pernick's parents
are deaf mutes and that he is
able to communicate with them.
Judge Finesilver of Denver was
among the first to communicate
with him and to establish a
program for drivers' improve-
ments for deaf mutes.
Similarly, national organiza-
tions are in contact with Judge
Pernick to aid -deaf mutes. His
knowledge of this field in
social service became known
'through the nationwide pub-
licity- that resulted from an-
nouncements by his Bnai Brith
lodge.

INQUIRE ABOUT
OUR "HOLIDAY
WEEK-END PLAN".

WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY
William A. Dunn, Aanager

A

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by HACK

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for spring in newest biscuit
elk with otter tongue.
Sizes 41/2 to 9.

For girls. Coronado pig
with c_ontrostiog smooth
otter fringe and tongue.
Sizes -81/2 to .12,.1. 2 1/2 to 3.

JUDGE GEORGE D. KENT

from labor and civic groups, he
has won wide acclaim as highly
qualified for the post to which
he was named by Governor
Swainson.
This week, Judge Kent won
high commendations for having
succeeded, by arbitrating in his
private office, to induce a $600
gift by litigants to Mercy Col-
lege.

Mrs. Sidney Allen
Wins UJA Award

Mrs. Sidney J. Allen was one
of the United Jewish Appeal
award winners who received a
specially, engraved pin from
Joseph Meyerhoff at the Allied
Jewish Campaign dinner on
March 19., Her name was in-
advertently omitted from the
report.

WYN & HAROLD

Social Singles Hold Dance Saturday Night

Plain toe in boys' Italian
styled cordo calf. Supportive
arch counter and Thomas
heel or regular construction.
Black or brown.

Max Schrut

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call me at

BLAIR STUDIO

Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs

We Come to Your Home
With Samples

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as Supportive Construction

Many Other Styles

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WSU Theatre Will
Present 'Emperor's
New Clothes' at Center

"The Emperor's New Clothes,"
a comedy for children, will be
the seventh of the spring Omni-
bus presentations, a series of
children's shows . sponsored by
the Jewish Center. The play will
be presented at 2 and 3:30 p.m.
at the Center by the Wayne
State University Children's
Theatre.

.

HAIFA PASSENGER LOAD
A total of 221,000 passengers

passed through the port of
Haifa last year, an increase of
31 percent over the' previous
year. The port handled a total
of 1,403 ships during the year.

Enrollment Discount Will 13e
Our
In Effect For All Regisi- rations
Received By March 31..

ROZ. OR MARV LiBERS0t4

29 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, March 29, 1963

Deaf-Mute Aid
Romney Talk in Washington
Marks 'First' for Michigan Week Is Spurred by
Michigan Week '63 scored an Week activities in order to ac-
important "first" with the ac- quaint the nation with Mich- Judge Pernick



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