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July 19, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-19

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Frank Judd, controller of
Brown & Williamson Tobacco
Corporation, has been appointed
to the Jewish Communal Affairs
Committee of NV
the American
Jewish C o m-
mittee, it has
been an-
nounced by A.
M. Sonnabend,
Committee .
preside nt. ,
Sonnabend
lauded Judd
for his activi
Judd
ties in Jewish
community affairs in Louisville,
Ky., where he lives and works.
Judd is vice president of the
Louisville Bureau of Jewish
Education.

TERMANN, the paper's assist-
ant city editor.
* *
RICHARD WEISS, a rabbinic
student at Hebrew Union Col-
lege—Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion in Cincinnati, represented
the Jewish Chautauqua Society
as teacher-counselor at the
Unitarian Micon Midwest Re-
gional Conference of the Liberal
Religious Group, held at Bridge-
man, Mich.
* * *
David M. Blumberg of Knox-
ville, Tenn., national chairman
of the Bnai Brith Youth Organi-
zation, received
a community
service citation
from the Re-
ligious Heri-
tage of Amer-
ica during the
interfaith
group's 13th
annual pilgrim-
mage to Wash-
ington last
week. Dr. Les-
Blumberg
ter 0.' Schriver, chairman of its
board of trustees, made the
presentation at a National Press
Club luncheon. Blumberg, head
of the 47,000 - member Jewish
teen-age movement, was elected
to RHA's board.

Marriages

SCHEY-JASLOVE: Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Jaslove of Steel
Ave. announced the marriage
of their daughter, Norma, to
Joseph A. Schey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aron Schey of Rosemont
Ave. The wedding took place
June 29.

* * *

tion Bibe. Gayle Kirschner, sis-
ter of the brdegroom, was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Carol Manheim of Alliance, 0.,
cousin of the bride; Mrs. Rob-
ert Weiss and Alice Ray. Junior
bridesmaid was Jo Ann Wolf
of Canton, 0., cousin of the
bride. Stephen Mandell was
best man. Ushers were Michael
Manheim of Alliance, 0., cousin
of the bride; Arthur Samuels,
Alan Tabor and William Engel-
man. The newlyweds departed
for a two-week honeymoon in
the east, including the Catskill
Mountains. They will reside on
Hubbell Ave.

HIRSCHHORN-GOL D ST EIN:
Susan Goldstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Goldstein of
Columbus, Ga., became the bride
of Austin Hirschhorn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Hirschhorn of
Kentucky Ave., in Columbus, Ga.
Julie Goldstein served her sister
as maid of honor. Dr. Jordan
Burke of New York and Detroit
was best man. Following a Cali-
Want The Best?
fornia honeymoon, the couple
Ask the Folks Who've Had
will make their home in Detroit.
* * *
SAM BARNETT
KIRSCHNER - MEDVIN: Su-
and His Orchestra
zanne Ruth Medvin was wed to
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Gerald Marvin Kirschner in a
double - ring ceremony per
formed by Rabbi Harold Hahn
PHOTOGRAPHY by
on June 29 at the Raleigh
BERNARD H.
House. Parents of the newly-
weds are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Medvin of Murray Hill Ave. and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirschner of
Wisconsin Ave. The bride wore
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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
an empire style full-length
gown of imported French silk
organza over peau de soie with
a chapel train. Venetian lace
appliques detailed the gown
and the single rose of organza
which held her bouffant veil Z. MIKE GREEN'S
of imported illusion. She car-
MUSIC
ried white orchids and lilies
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of the valley on her confirma- *********************

MRS. GERALD UZANSKY
Frances Elinor Golden and
Dr. Gerald Uzansky were mar-
* * *
ried in a ceremony performed
JAMES J. FIELDING, with a
by Rabbi Leo Goldman and Can-
background of more than 23
tor Hyman Adler on June 16
years in the wholesale and re-
at Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
tail drug business, has been
.Parents of the newlyweds are
named vice-president and direc-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Golden,
tor of marketing for Cunning-
24281 Scotta, Oak Park, and Mr.
ham Drug Stores, Inc., it was
and Mrs. Ben Uzansky, 20810
announced by Ray A. Shapero,
Kenosha, Oak Park.
company president.
The bride wore a gown of
* * *
silk organza styled with a sa-
MARTIN BARAHL of Detroit
brina neckline of Alencon lace.
has been elected to his 10th
She carried two white orchids
consecutive year as secretary-
on her confirmation Bible.
treasurer of the International
Linda Golden served her sis-
Association of Shrine Motor
■ .■
ter as maid of honor. Brides-
Corps at its annual convention
maids were Nancy Singer, cou-
held last week in Chicago.
sin of the bride, Diane Lewis
* * *
every
and Carol Schwartz. Flowergirl
BARNEY L. KEYWELL has I
was Marsha Weinger. Morton
been named chairman of the

Uzansky, brother of the bride-
board of Samuel G. Keywell I 1 On the Air
groom, served as best man.
Co., scrap steel dealers.
Ushers were Marshall Feuer,
This Week's Radio and
* * *
Gerald Walters, Dr. Allen Shorr
Television Programs
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and Dr. Gerald Sussman. Ring-
• MOVIES
• CANDIDS
TO DWELL TOGETHER
bearer was Steven Weinger.
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• BLACK & WHITE
• COLOR
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
After their return from a
Station: WJBK (radio and honeymoon in Miami Beach, the
television simultaneously).
couple will reside on Schaefer
NORMAN ALLAN & COMPANY ex-
Feature: "Profile of Nazism Rd.
tends to you a cordial invitation to come
and Dictatorship," a discussion
in and discuss a lovely new diamond ring,
on psychological and social
pendant, or any other fine jewelry item
conditions which give rise to Gideon Paz Named
with our Mr. Lipsitz.
authoritarian individuals and Chief Fiscal Officer
totalitarian societies will be in U.S. for Israel
NORMAN ALLAN & COMPANY has a
conducted by Rabbi Charles
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Is-
diamond sure to please everyone.
Rosenzveig of the Port Huron rael Ministry of Finance has ap-
Norman Podhoretz (left), Synagogue and Joseph Edel- pointed Gideon Paz chief fiscal
The Norman Allan Company Building is located directly
editor of Commentary, pub- man, director of the Culture officer in the United States for
Mumford High School. There is free parking in our
opposite
lished in New York sponsored Commission, Jewish Community Israel. Paz replaced Samuel
adjacent
lot.
Selinger, who completed his tour
by the American Jewish Com- Council.
* * *
of duty. He had previously
"Buy With Confidence."
mittee, congratulated Abraham
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
served as assistant to the direc-
Monk, editor of Comentario
Station:
WJLB.
tor general of the Finance Min-
on its tenth anniversary being
Feature: Martin Rose, presi- istry and as legal adviser to the
observed this year. Comentaria,
published in Buenos Aires, dent of Shaarit Haplaytah, a Economic Minister of Israel to
Diamontologists
Gemolog ists
.a.1111t21105.11.
Argentina, in Spanish by the group composed of survivors of the United States.
DI 11330
17540 WYOMING
the
holocaust,
will
discuss
the
Committee's Latin American
The pipe organ in Convention
office, is mojeled after Com- history and program of that
" FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M.
OPEN THURSDAY
Hall, Atlantic City, contains
mentary and features articles organization. * * *
39,913 pipes.
of cultural and social com-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
ment. The American Jewish
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Committee also publishes
Station: WCAR.
Ammot, in Hebrew in Israel,
IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO A SALE AT JACK'S
Feature: "Scenes from Is-
and a Portuguese magazine,
a suite by the distin-
also named Comentario, in Rio rael,"
Then You Don't Know What You've Missed!
guished Israeli composer Paul
de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ben-Haim, and his composition
* * *
"Songs Without Words," re-
ALAN E. SCHWARTZ this corded in Jerusalem by the Kol
week was elected chairman of Israel orchestra.
*
Arlan's Department Stores, Inc.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Hyman Feinstein remains presi-
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
dent of the firm. Herbert Pales-
tine was named secretary and
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dialogue between
his brother, Lester Palestine,
who resigned as chairman of Rabbi Chaim Essrog, director
the board, remains a board of Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Adult Jewish
member.
* * *
Education, and Rabbi Irwin
Fantastic Savings!
DR. SAMUEL S. HOLLEN- Blank of Temple Sinai of Tena-
No holds barred! Entire Sum-
DER, Chicago business leader, fly, N.J., on "Revelation."
*
*
mer stock must go! Save as
has been named general chair-
much as 50% on everything
ETERNAL LIGHT
man for the Jewish Federa-
on sale! Don't hesitate! Get
Time: 11:45 a.m. Sunday.
tion's 1963 campaign for
with it NOW ! !
Station: WWJ.
$6,448,000.
ON ALL
* * *
Feature: Mark Van Doren,
STEVE RUBINSTEIN, a professor emeritus of English
Short Sleeve Sport Shirts
Wear
Wayne State University senior at Columbia University, and
Maurice
Samuel,
author
and
and managing editor of the
Lightweight Sport Coats
Lightweight Slacks
Collegian, campus newspaper, lecturer, will discuss the inter-
esting
aspects
and
interpreta-
And a Host of Other Items
was awarded the Sigma Delta
Chi citation for outstanding tions of some of the less well
achievement in journalism as known biblical characters.
an undergraduate at the recent
WE MUST CLEAR OUR
MEN'S & BOY'S
Probably the longest dry spell
annual Daily Collegian banquet.
WEAR
SHELVES FOR WORKING
HERSCHEL P. FINK, Collegian in the United States lasted from
CREWS.
editor-in-chief, was co-winner of October, 1912, to November,
OAK PARK SHOPPING CENTER
the Malcolm W. Bingay Award 1914-767 days. It happened in
for "the outstanding journalism a California desert town. The
graduate" with NICK DOT- ,town's name: Bagdad.

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JACK'S

21 - THE DE TROIT J EWISH NEWS -- Friday, July, 19, 1963

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