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April 10, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-10

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Dr. John Slawson to Address Local Acherman-Birndorf Youth Meeting S et for April 17-19
The Detroit Jewish Youth a resolution passed at the first
Council will hold its second an- conference in February 1963,
Jewish Committe e Group Meetino - Engagement Told nual
city-wide Youth Confer- the council seeks to provide a

Avern Cohn, president of the
Detroit • Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee, announces
that Dr. John Slawson will be
the guest
speaker at the
annual dinner
of the Detroit
Chapter, Sat-
urday evening,
April 18, at
the Franklin
Hills Country
Club. Dr.
Slawson's
Dr. Slawson topic will be
"Pluralism In American Jewish
Life."
Dr. Slawson, executive vice
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee, has had a dis-

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tinguished career, including ser-
vice as executive head of the
Detroit Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; executive director of the
Jewish Board of Guardians of
New York and assistant direc-
tor of the Cleveland Jewish
Welfare Federation. He has
taught at the University of
Michigan and the City College
of New York.
Apearing on the evening's
program with Dr. Slawson will
be Rabbi Richard Hertz, who
will make the invocation; Mar-
tin Butzel, who will introduce
Dr. Slawson; and Cohn, in clos-
ing remarks.
On the annual dinner plan-
ning committee are Mrs. Oscar
Zeman, chairman, Mrs. Lee
Brody and Mrs. Walter Laib.
Hostesses for the dinner are
Mesdames Sidney Allen, Mau-
rice Barnett, Louis Blumberg,
H. C. Broder, Paul Broder,
Lewis Daniels, William Fleisch-
man, Harvey Goldman, Lewis
Grossman, Ivor Kahn, George
Kent, Norman Levey, Samuel
Levin, Leonard Meldman, Rob-
ert Newman, Leonard N. Sim-
ons, Robert Sloman, Sidney
Weisman, Benjamin Welling,
Henry Wineman and the Misses
Freida Frazer and C. Levi.

better understanding and re-
lationship among its member
chapters.
Chairman for the conference
is Mark Scholnick, vice chair-
man of the Jewish Youth Coun-
cil. Other officers are Gail Kaye,
chairman, and Eleanor Pres
cott, secretary.

ence "April 17-19 at the Jewish
Center.
Theme of the weekend is
"Tzedakah," the Jewish con-
cept of charity. This topic will
be the basis for the keynote
address on Friday evening,
creative workshops and ses-
sions Saturday. The weekend
also will include an oneg
shabat, Sabbath services,
classes and a Maccabiah, cele-
brating Israel Independence
Day.
Cosponsored by the Jewish
National Fund and the Jewish
Community Center, the Council,
is a federation of Detroit-area
Jewish youth groups. Formed"by

MISS CAROLE ACKERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Acker-
man of Toledo announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Carole Jo, to Lawrence Alan
Birndorf, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Birndorf of Muirland
Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the college of education at the
University of Michigan, where
she is affiliated with Alpha
Epsilon Phi Sorority. Her fiance
attends the University of Michi-
gan Medical School and is a
member of Zeta Beta Tau and
Mrs. Patricia Pernick Phi Delta E p s ilon medical
fraternity.
Asst. U.S. Attorney
A summer wedding is plan-
Mrs. Patricia Pernick, 27-year- ned.
old mother of three boys, has
been named assistant United
States attorney.
amages
A 1963 graduate of Wayne
State law school, where she was
FRANK-BALABAN: Mr. and
No. 1 in her class, Mrs. Pernick
was appointed law clerk for Mrs. Nathan Balaban of Strat-
Federal Court Judge Thaddeus foard Rd., announce the mar-
riage of their daughter Sandra
M. Machrowicz.
to David Frank, son of Mr.
Sister-in-law of Common Pleas Lee
Mrs. Leo Frank of Penning-
Judge Joseph J. Pernick, she is and
Dr. Dr. Richard C. Hertz
a graduate of Cooley High School ton
of
Temple
Beth El officiated at
and holds both .her bachelors and the Sunday
ceremony. The
J.D. degrees from Wayne. She bride's only attendant
her
was named to the post by U.S. sister, Carol Jo, and the was
groom
Attorney Lawrence Gubow.
was attended by his brother,
Benjamin Frank.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Radomer Games Night
Radomer Aid and Ladies So- Rico, the couple will live in De-
ciety will sponsor a games night, troit.
* * *
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Work-
men's Circle Center.
DEUTCH - SELKER: Dr. and
Hostesses will be Mesdames Mrs. Samuel Mayer Dodek of
Charles Alfield, Margaret Gar- Washington, D.C., announce the
ber, Max Wein and Jack Wein- marriage of their daughter,
man. Guests invted. Proceeds Samayla Selker, to John Mark
will go to charity. For informa- Deutch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
tion, call Mrs. Bessie Adler, DI Michael Joseph Deutch of Wash-
1-5526, or Mrs. Charles Alfield, ington, D.C., in Boston. The
bride, a senior in the school
LI 8-8292,
of law, University of Chicago,
*
*
The groups will hold an ex- is the great-granddaughter of
ecutive board meeting 8:30 p.m. the late Samuel Cohn and Mrs.
Monday at the WC Center. Host Maly Cohn of Detroit, and she
and hostess will be Mr. and is the great-niece of Irvin I.
Mrs. Ely Katz, 20542 Rosemont. Cohn and Dr. Daniel E. Cohn.
Her husband, a member of the
office of the Secretary of De-
fense, is a doctoral candidate in
the department of physical
chemistry at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. The
couple will live in Washington
in June.

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