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April 23, 1965 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-23

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Yeshiva U. Educational Psychologist Miss Pevzner to Wed
Ca nadian Jack. Stein
to Open Franklin Memorial Series

Edmund W. Gordon, chairman' partment of psychology at WSU
of the department of educational' and current Leo Franklin Lecturer,
psychology and guidance at Yes- will conclude the series June 7.
hiva University, will deliver the
The Franklin Memorial Lectur-
first address in the annual Leo M.. ership, now in its 15th year, is
Franklin Memorial Lectureship on named for the late rabbi of Tern-
Human Relations 8 p.m. May atj ple Beth El, who served there from
the Community Arts Auditorium ofl 1899 to 1941 and then became rabbi
Wayne State University.
i emeritus until his death in 1948.
Theme of this year's lectureship':
is "The Dimension of Human Con."
flict." Dr. Gordon will focus on
racial conflict in his talk.

Other lecturers will be Dr.
Emily H. Mudd, professor in
family study in the University
of Pensylvania's department of
psychiatry, May 10; and William
E. Simkin, director of the Fed-
eral Meditation and Conciliation
Service, May 17.
G. Mennen Williams, former

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sinai of
Patton Ave. announce the engage-

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WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS

Ann Silberstein and Rabbi Noah
M. Gamze were united in marriage
April 11 at Downtown Synagogue.
Rabbi Gamze is spiritual leader of

Sngagements

ment of their daughter Doreen to
Gerald Matafsky, son of Mrs. Bes-
sie Matafsky of Troy Ave., Oak
Park, and the late Mr. Abraham
IVIatafsky. A Nov. 7 wedding is
being planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sussman of
Parkside Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bluma
Aline to Leonard G. Siegal of Mer-
ton Rd. The wedding date has
been set for June 29.

`Matzo Ball' on Menu
of Center Sunday Niters

Freddie Sheyer's band will pro-
vide the music for a post-Passover
"Matzo Ball" 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Jewish Center's Ten Mile
branch. Sponsored by the Center's
Sunday Niters group, the dance is
open to single young adults (age
20-39). Nominal charge.

Right Party, Wrong Night

The Jewish News regrets an
error in reporting last week the
date of a cocktail party scheduled
by the Zionists-Revisionists of De-
troit. The party was held April
10, not April 16, the second night
of Passover.

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Rabbi Gamze Marries
Ann Silberstein (zt
Doqe7nto7f n Synagogue

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Wisconsin.


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In observance of National Men- i ties and areas which will later in
tal Health Week, Ypsilanti State I the clay be open for unguided
Hospital has scheduled an open tours.
One purpose of this year's pro-
house for 1-:75 p.m. May 2.
po-
Theme for this year's observ- gram will be to emphasize the po-
ance is "Activity, Treatment and ' tential° for additional volunteer
programing.
Morale." .
Auditorium programs are sched- r
uled for 1 pm. and 3 p.m. A slide
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MISS BARBARA PEVZNER
the synagogue. His bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Louis Alpert of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pevzner, 17377
Michigan governor and now assist- Prairie Ave.
ant secretary of state for African
Officiating was Rabbi Seymour Northlawn, announce the engage-
affairs, will speak May 24; and Dr. Panitz of Cong. Ahavas Achim.
ment of their daughter Barbara
Ross Stagner, chairman of the de-
Best man was Fred P. Sweet,
Sharon to Jack Harold Stein, son
member of the Downtown Syna-
of Mrs. Ida Stein, 348 Sunset,
gogue board of directors, who
Windsor, and the late Mr. Stein.
introduced the couple. Holding
the canopy were George Bass,
Miss Pevzner is a graduate of
president of the synagogue;
Wayne State University's college
Harold Kutnick; Sherman Al- of education and was affiliated
pert, the bride's brother; and
with Iota Apha Pi Sorority. Her
Maurice G. Gamze, brother of fiance is a graduate of Ontario
the bridegroom.
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College of Pharmacy where he
Hostesses at the reception fol- was .a member of Alpha Zeta
lowing. the ceremoney were Mrs. Omega Fraternity.
Harold Kutnick, sister of the
A July 11 wedding is planned
bride, and Mrs. Sherman Alpert. in Detroit.

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LETTER BOX

COHEN, ZAGER & REZNICK—Proprietors of

Lands Women
for Help to the
`Forgotten Ones'

Editor, The Jewish News:
A hearty thanks to the untiring
efforts of Rabbi Solomon Gruskin
and the Cooperative Council, of
which my • organization, David-
Horodoker Young Women, is a
member.
I shall always remember the
enthusiasm, cooperation and heart-
warming thanks of the patients at
the seder held Monday at Imperial
Cateres. (See story on Page 17.)
Any organization who is not part
of the Co-operative Council should
. . . visit any of the hospitals and
see and learn what life can do to
humanity.
Our organization has adopted a
ward and five forgotten men at
Northville State Hospital and five
forgotten children, of which there
are approximately 1,400 at Lapeer
State Hospital and Tr aining
School.
Many thanks to Rabbi Solomon
Gruskin and the Co-operative
Council.
Sincerely,
MRS. BERNARD CHASE

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