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to Timothy Cedric Ra lid
111fIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ctivities in ociety
When Robert Gary Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lee of
Santa Barbara Ave., graduates today from the University of Michigan's
medical school, in attendance will be his brothers, Dr. Martin L. Lee,
of Danville, Pa., and Dr. Lawrence E. Lee, both of whom graduated
from Michigan's medical school, and nephew Brian of Danville. Also
attending will be the new doctor's wife, the former Helen Wirt. of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman of Miami Beach were honored at
a dinner party in commemoration of their 50th wedding anniversary
by their children, Mr. and. Mrs. Samuel Hurvitz, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Borin and Dr. and Mrs. William Warren.
Singles to Go Moonlighting at Bob-Lo Island
The Jewish Single Adults (age
25-40) will hold their first summer
a c t i v it y, a Bob-La Moonlight
Cruise, 7:30 p.m. June 14. They
will meet 7:30 p.m. in the Jewish
Center parking lot and leave at
8 p.m. For information, contact
Judie Krandall, 862-8886.
MRS. TIMOTHY RAND
Ellen Rochelle Buchalter and
Timothy Cedric Rand were united
in marriage recently at Temple
Israel. Rabbi Leon Fram officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Karlin of Fairfax
Rd., Southfield, and Mr. William
Buchalter of Milwaukee. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony F. Rand of N. Highland
The bride's gown was a cage of
peau de soie overlaid with Chan-
The maid of honor was Joyce
Brown; best man was Dennis
Rand, the bridegroom's brother.
After a honeymoon on Mackinac
Island, the couple will live in Ann
Citizen of the Year
at Ford Motor Co.
Julius J. Harwood, :manager of
the metallurgy departnilent on the
scientific research staff of Ford
Motor Co., has been'• named a
Citizen of the Year in\ the ninth
cumm pity Serv-
ice A voards pro-
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Ha rw 4)(x
Northfield, 0 a k
Park, :;will be
one of 'six Ford
employ es to be
h 0 D ,J r e d at a
di n:Oer i n their
h 0 o r Tuesday
when "Town Crie-. Bells" will be
presented by H- E-Iry Ford, II, board
chairman. in the Ford Central
Office Buildlng in Dearborn.
Nearly 8(00 persons were nomin-
ated for 'awards by their fellow
employe0 neighbors and commun-
ity lea d e p• Judges selected the
winners .from semi-finalists.
Harwoka, chairman of the
Citizen's It Advisory Committee,
Oak ParIK School Board, is vice
president of Cong. Beth Shalom
and a Onember of the board of
the Unified Hebrew Schools.
In addition, Harwood served as
chairman of the Midrasha Insti-
tute planning committee, has
sparked citizens millage campaigns
and presently is active in the Oak
Park Citizen's C o in mi t t e e on
Racial In,egration, as well as in
the Oak Park Human Relations
Harwood is chairman of the
Scientists and Engineers Division
of the Allied Jewish Campaign,
and serve; as program chairman
fat the lietroit Chapter of the
Americah Society for Technion.
He is on the visiting committees
at M=assachusetts Institute of Tech-
, holog;y and Vanderbilt University
and th•e board of control at Michi-
gan Teschnological University.
'PIER RE L. de RENOUARD has
been appointed resident manager
of the Detroit Statler Hilton Hotel,
announces, Frank W. Taich, general
manager. ,De Renouard comes to
his new position from New Or-
leans, whcdre he was manager of
Le Downizowner du Vieux Carre,
on Bourbon Street in New Orleans'
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