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June 12, 1964 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-12

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Federation to Allocate $4,650,000
From .1964 Allied Jewish Campaign

Hyman Safran, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation, an-
nounced that the board of govern-
ors has accepted an anticipated
final 1964 Allied Jewish Campaign
figure of $4,650,000 so that bud-
geting for beneficiary agencies may
begin.
The executive committee, head-
ed by Max M. Fisher, proposed
this figure for budgeting purposes
after careful evaluation of pledges
still outstanding.
At the pre-campaign Budget Con-
ference held last December, it was
recommended that the same pro-
portionate share of funds be made
available for local, national and
overseas purposes as were allo-
cated last year.
Accordingly, $2,132,795 of the
will be budgeted for local agencies,

You Can

Always Tell
the Difference

1964 total will be available for over-
seas and Israel needs; $1,461,753
$255,674 will be designated for
local capital needs; and $234,028
will be allocated for national
agencies.
Fisher stated that this distribu-
tion of funds among the major
beneficiary agencies of the Cam-
paign reaffirms the "true partner-
ship" principle adopted at the
Budget Conference.
He said that the anticipated 1964
achievement is $100,000 more than
last year's final Campaign per-
formance.
Federation budget and planning
divisions are now meeting to con-
sider the needs of local beneficiary
agencies and services.
Local Fed er ation member
agencies are the Community Work-
shop, Fresh Air Society, Hebrew
Free Loan Society, Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jewish Community
Council, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, Jewish Home for
Aged, Jewish House of Shelter,
Jewish Vocational Service, Mid-
rasha, Resettlement Service, Sinai
Hospital and its Shiffman Clinic,
Tamarack Hills Authority, Hayim
Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish School,
and the United Hebrew Schools
and affiliated schools; Abraham
Reisen School, Sholem Aleichem
School, United Jewish High School,
and Beth Y e h u d a h Afternoon
Schools.

WSU Frat Plans to Host
Boys' Club Members

Fifteen young Boys' Club mem-
bers will be entertained for an
afternoon as guests of a Wayne
State University fraternity.
Phi Alpha Gamma Chapter, Phi
Sigma Delta Fraterity will be hosts
Monday afternoon at the fraternity
house on campus. Several profes-
sional wrestlers have been engaged
for the program to begin at 4 p.m.
Community service chairman is
Roger Shiffman.

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Anita Sue (Nickie) Lezell be-
came the bride of Allen Henry
Glasser in a double-ring ceremony
Saturday. Officiating were Rabbis
Benjamin H. Gorrelick- and Jacob
Segal.
The newlyweds are the children
of Mrs. Bess Lezell of Kentucky
Ave. and Mr. H. A. Lezell of
Indiana Ave., and Mrs. Irving
Glasser of Appoline Ave. and the
late Mr. Glasser.
The bride wore a gown of Brus-
sels lace with an ivory peau de
soie train and a matching lace
crown. She carried her bouquet
on her confirmation. Bible.
Dana Beth Glasser, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Allan V.
Apple, Marcia Arnstein of Chicago,
Mrs. Calvin E. Mackey and Bar-
bara Yost. The bride's sisters,
Carole Sue and Nanci Sue, were
junior bridesmaid and flower girl.
Jordan Colbert of University
City, Mo., was best man. Ushers
were Stuart Lezell, Mark Lezell
and Michael Greenbaum, brothers
of the bride; and Allan Apple,
Charles Beerman, Donald Jevitt
and Calvin Mackey.
Following a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, the couple will live on
Greenfield Rd:

The coming week will be one of
graduation, relocation and mem-
ories of the past quarter century
for students, parents, faculty and
friends of the Beth Yehudah
Schools.
The Laven Building, 12305 Dex-
ter, which served the Beth Yehu-
dah School for nearly 25 years, has
been sold to the Detroit Board of
Education, and must be vacated
by Monday.
Graduation ceremonies will be
held 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Rackham Memorial Building for
graduates of all six divisions of the
-Beth Yehudah Schools.
Construction is beginning on the
new Beth Yehudah School, 25807
Fairfax, Southfield. It is hoped that
the building wil be ready for stu-
dents in September. In the mean-
time, Torahs, the memorial plaques
and Beth Yehudah's Rabbi Moses
Fisher Library will be kept at Beth
Yehudah's Beth Jacob School on
Seven Mile Rd.
Parents of all students in the
Beth Yehudah Schools have been
invited to meet 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Beth Jacob School to hear
Beth Yehudah's plans for the sum-
mer and for the fall term.

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Two young men from the area
received master of Hebrew litera-
ture degrees from the Jewish Theo-
logicl Seminary of America at
commencement exercises Sunday
in New York.
They are Sheldon M. Kirsch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Kirsch,
7009 Curtis, and Joel Roth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roth, 14401
Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park.
Martin Luther King Jr., South-
ern Negro leader, was one of ten
recipients of honorary degrees.
Rev. King received the doctor of
laws degree.
Eighty-two graduates were hon-
ored at the 70th annual exercises.
Nineteen rabbis received ordina-
tion, 24 received the master of

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Hebrew literature degree and two,
doctorates in Hebrew literature.
There were one doctor of religious
education and 30 graduates of the
Teachers Institute of the Seminary.
Others besides Rev. King who
received honorary degrees were
Dr. Arthur Biram of Haifa, writer
and educator, who was awarded the
degree in absentia; Joseph Willen,
executive vice president of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York; Dr. Ben
Zion Bokser, Rabbi Abraham
Nowak and Rabbi Bernard Segal of
New York; Rabbi Henry Fisher of
Encino, Calif., Rabbi Theodore
Friedman, South Orange, N.J.;
Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, Newton
Centre, Mass; and Rabbi Nathan
Zelizer of Columbus, Ohio.

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