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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 3, 1963 — 22

Honor Mazey at Emergency Drive to Collect
Dinner on May 23 $39,500,000 Begun by UJA

Michigan Week Terry Kiefer Will
Marks 10th Year Wed John Turchi
T h e 10th anniversary of

Michigan Week, a unique un-
dertaking to stimulate aware-
ness and promotion of Mich-
igan's many assets, will be ob-
served May 19-25.
Michigan Week is the peak
of a year-around program to
promote Michigan and unite its
citizens to work for the State's
greater future.
A new means of marshaling
thousands of citizen salesmen
will be launched this year. It
is a program, announced by
Governor George Romney to
enlist members of state associa- 1
tions in a year-around cam-
paign to sell Michigan's ad-
vantages nationwide.
Another new Michigan Week
MISS TERRY KIEFER
project will be Citizen Leader-
ship Awards to 10 outstanding
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kiefer
citizens for voluntary and meri-
of Shrewsbury Rd. announce the
torius contributions to enrich- engagement of their daughter,
ment of Michigan life during
Terry Ann, to John Turchi, Jr.,
the past decade.
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Turchi
A further highlight of the of Philadelphia, Pa.
10th anniversary celebration
The bride-elect is a graduate
will be the first Michigan Week of Harcum Junior College. Her
Youth Arts Festival, honoring fiance attended Temple Univer-
outstanding adults in the fine sity, where he was a member of
arts fields in or from Michigan Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. A
and featuring young Michigan Sept. 10 wedding is planned.
performers picked through
statewide competition. It will
be held May 25 in Flint.
"Science and Research for
Our Future" is the theme of
the 1963 Michigan Week, spon-
sored by the Greater Michigan
Foundation. -
In the theory that What
April 26—To Dr. and Mrs.
Michigan Makes, Makes Mich-
igan special emphasis also has Loren Daniels (Sharon Elaine
been placed this year on pro- Safran), 2919 Whittier, Bloom-
duct promotion. A Michigan field Hills, a daughter, Susan
product of the year will be Lynn.
* * *
chosen from among county and
April
26

To Mr. and Mrs.'
regional winners.
Michigan Week will open Herbert H. Freedland (Rona
Sunday, May 19, with observ- Lawson) of Southfield, a daugh-
ance of Spiritual Foundations ter, Amy Rose.
*
*
Day, which for a decade has
April
26

To
Mr.
and Mrs.
marked the start of the week-
Marvin Block (Phyllis Marilyn
long celebration.
Levinthal), 20225 Avon, a son,-
Michigan Week is sponsored
Richard Steven.
by the Greater Michigan Foun-
* * *
dation, a non-profit citizen or-
April
24—To
Mr. and Mrs.
ganization representing inter-
ests in the business, labor, re- Allen Finn (Sandra Stark),
ligious, government, education 16830 Rutherford, a daughter,
Marcey Rochelle.
and civic spheres.
* * *
"Every citizen in Michigan
April
22—To
Mr. and Mrs.
benefits either directly or in-
directly from Michigan Week," Irving Stollman (Ethel Cohen),
said Michigan Week General 25427 Scotia, Huntington
Woods, a daughter, Adriene
Chairman Herbert G. Daver-
Renee.
man, partner in the J. & G.
* * *
Daverman architectural firm in
April 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
Grand Rapids.
Jack Garland (Donna Gluklick),
He said the 10th anniversary 21910 Dante, Oak Park, a son,
observance "looks like the Ronald Bruce.
greatest 'sell-ebration' this state
* * *
has ever known." -
April 17—To Dr. and Mrs.
Arnold L. Leshman (Sandra
Iron Mountain, Mich., is the Cohen, formerly of Miami, Fla.),
home of the world's largest ar- 22021 Fern, Oak Park, a daugh-
tificial ski jump.
ter, Rhonda Anne.

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Announcements

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April 13 --- To Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Kramer (Phyllis Klein),
16628 Monte Vista, a daughter,
Elayne Nancy.

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April 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin T. Richmond (Donna
Wolff), 21668 Stratford, Oak
Park, a son, Merrill Clifford.
*
*
April 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Gaynor (Fayanne Sike),
23929 Plumbrook, Southfield. a
son, Robert Mark.
* * *
April 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win S. Tarno;sol (Arlene Levy),
20294 Archer, a son, Joel Scott.
* * *
April 7—To Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph B. Manela (Eleanor Bet-
man) of Beverly Ave., Oak
Park, a son, Howard Irwin.
• * *
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Jack Berman (Dini
Grushky), 16000 Stratford,
Southfield, an adopted son,
Leonard Keith.
* * *
March 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Katz (Charlotte Lifton),
23460 Church, Oak Park, a son,
Ari Simon.

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Emil Mazey, secretary-treas-
urer of the UAW, will be hon-
ored May 23, 7 p.m., at the
Veterans Memorial Building, at
a dinner sponsored by the trade
•, n
union division , :
of the Israel
Bond Organi-
aztion.
The dinner
will be a dou-
ble celebra-
tion. It will
mark the 15th
anniversary of
the State of
Israel and will
be a tribute to
Mazey for his
active support
of Israel.
Speakers at
Emil Mazey
the dinner will
include Judith Beilin, Consul
of Israel in New York; Walter
P. Reuther, president of the
UAW; and Rabbi Morris Adler,
chairman of the 'UAW Public
Review Board. Mayor Jerome
P. • Cavanagh will bring greet-
ings.
Co-chairmen of the dinner
are Al Barbour, president of the
Wayne County AFL-CIO Coun-
cil; August Scholle, president,
Michigan State AFL-CIO; Wil-
liam C. Marthall, executive vice
president, Michigan State AFL-
CIO and Barney Hopkins, sec-
retary-treasurer, Michigan State
AFL-CIO. Barbour will act as
toastmaster.
The last committee, still in
formation, includes:

A six-week nationwide emer-
gency drive for the collection
of $39,500,000 in cash was set
in motion Tuesday by the na-
tional executive committee of
the United Jewish Appeal fol-
lowing a report by one of its
key members that "rescue needs
in Israel are outrunning the
availability of funds."
The first action of the special
drive came with a coast-to-coast
telephone hook - up that was
heard by Jewish communal lead-
ers who will serve as members

Benny Friedman Resigns
As Director of Athletics
At Brandeis University

of UJA's national cash commit-
tee.. The $39,500,000 cash need
was explained by Israel D. Fink
of Minneapolis, national cash
chairman of UJA, and Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, UJA's ex-
ecutive vice-chairman.

Dr. Hudson to Speak
to Social Singles

Dr. John Hudson, associate
professor of sociology at Wayne
State University and head of
family life at the Merrill Palmer
Institute, will address the Social
Singles on "Sexual Attitudes in
Singlehood" 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Jewish Center, 15110 W.
Ten Mile, Oak Park.

.

Brandeis University an-
nounced the resignation of Ben-
ny Friedman from his post of
athletic director.
Friedman, All-America quar-
terback at the University of
Michigan in 1925 and 1926, had
directed development of the
University's varsity and intra-
mural programs since 1949.
Since September, 1962, he has
been on a sabbatical leave from
Brandeis.
In his letter of resignation
to Brandeis President Abram L.
Sachar, Friedman cited the
growing pressure of outside bus-
iness interests and the growth
of his boys summer camp in
Maine as the reasons for his
resignation. He also noted the
shift in athletic policy at Bran-
deis, and the dropping of inter-
collegiate football, as reasons
Rabbi Morris Adle r, Harlow for his decision to leave the
Banks, Kenneth F. Bannon, Victor
J. -Baum, Archie Beveridge, Irving University.

Bluestone, James Bommarito, Tom
Borman, Hon. George E. Bowles,
Peter L. Buback, Curtis Bumba-
lough, Ed Burke, Earl Bush, Ed
Carey, Dan Cassey, Hub Cassidy,
David Chaney, Nathaniel Clements,
Avern Cohn, Jahn Coidron, Ed
Connor, Joseph J. Coon, Richard
Cordtz, Rev. Henry Hitt Crane, Jos-
eph Danz, Hal DeLong, Bob Dicker-
son, Tracey Doll, Paul Domney.
Dr. Norman Drachler, George
Edwards, Nelson Jack Edwards,
James Ellis, Elmer Fangboner,
Judge Charles S. Farmer, Jess Fer-
razza, Bob Forbes, Joe Forde, Doug
Fraser, Alex Fuller, Carlos Gas-
tam-bide, Fay Gentry, Jim George,
Horace W. Gilmore, Pat Great-
house, Lawrence Gubow, Fred Hag-
gard, Bert Hensen, William Hordes,
Al Hyde, Arthur L. Johnson,
Charles Kaufman, Ira G. Kaufman,
Nathan J. Kaufman, Hon. George
Kent, Ralph Liberato, Morris Lieb-
erman, Henry Linne.
Stanley Lisiecki, Frank Litz, Ma-
rion Macioce, Ajay Martin, Joe
Matt, Al May, George Merrelli,
Stanley J. Michaels, Ben Moore,
Ken Morris, Eugene Morrison,
Charles Morrow, Wade H. McCree,
Joseph McCusker, Sen. Patrick V.
McNamara, Tom McNamara, Mike
Novak, Thomas O'Connor, Rolland
O'Hare, Max Osnos, Angelo Pan-
tele, William T. Patrick, Jr., E. S.
Paterson, Joseph J. Pernick, Irving
Pokempner, Pete--Falitti, Leo Polk,
Eldon Pringle, Robert Pruitt, Mel
Ravitz, Ross Reilly, Walter P. Reu-
ther, Kenneth Robinson, Dr. Remus
Robinson, Dr. Leonard P. Rosen-
feld, Frank Salomone, Mrs. Morris
L. Scheyer, Harry L. Schumer, Sid-
ney Shevitz, Olga Show, Lou Sklar-
sky, Hon. Benjamin Stanczyk, Phil-
lip Stollman, Lou Streho, Edward
Turner, Adam White, Bill Williams,
John F. Williams, Mrs. Myra Wolf-
gang, Earl Wolfman, Herschel Wom-
ack, Leonard Woodcock. Charles G.
Younglove, A. L. Zwerdling.

For reservations to the din-
ner, call DI 1-5714.

Bar Mitzvahs

Neil Michael Radner, son of
Rita Cooper Radner and the
late Roy Radner, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah 8 p.m. today
at Temple Emanu-El. A recep-
tion will follow.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gilbert,
2684 Cedarbrook, Cincinnati, 0.,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, James Allan, will be
observed 9 a.m. May 11 at Cong.
Adath Israel, Cincinnati.

Bas Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Iden, 10008
Elgin, Huntington Woods, an-
nounce the Bas Mitzvahs of their
daughter, Linda Marlene, will
be observed at services the eve-
ning of May 10 at Cong. Beth
Shalom.

Vladimiritzer Will
Hold Games Party

Vladimiritzer Emergency Re-
lief Organization will hold a
games party Tuesday evening at
18450 Wyoming with Mrs. Wil-
liam Rossen and Mrs. Louis
Rose as chairmen, announced
President Samuel A. Kayne.
Friends are invited. For tickets
and information, call Mrs. Ros-
sen, MI 6-7212.

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