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May 15, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-15

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activities in Society

A dinner tendered by Mrs. Edsel B. Ford in tribute to her
cousin, the late Robert Hudson Tannahill, drew among its guests
Messrs. and Mesdames Alan E. Schwartz, Edward E. Rothman, Stan-
ley Winkelman, Lester Grubner and Max M. Fisher and Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Burton. Seated at Mrs. Ford's table was Miss Esther Cutler,
who had been a bridesmaid at the wedding of Eleanor Clay and the
late Edsel Ford in 1916. The dinner was held in the Detroit Institute
of Arts, which has received a bequest of 400 paintings and other
works from Mr. Tannahill's estate.
The fifth regional meeting of the Jewish War Veterans, held in
South Bend May 1-3, was attended by Department Commander Howard
Waterstone, Past National Commander Harry T. Madison, National
Executive Committeeman Judge Lawrence Gubow and Past Depart-
ment Commander Bernard Hoffman.
Mrs. Esther Haber of Cleveland is here for four weeks as the guest
of her children, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Joyrich, of Cheyenne Ave. On
Mother's Day she was honored by her grandcildren, Dr. and Mrs.
Myron Haim Joyrich.
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of Akiva Hebrew Day School, is
participating in the 13th annual convention of the National Conference
of Yeshiva Principals, through Sunday at the Pioneer Country Club,
Greenfield Park, New York. Principals of close to 400 Hebrew day
schools throughout the United States and Canada are attending the
convention.
Rabbi Simon Murciano, headmaster of Millet Day School, and Sid-
ney Selig, director of education at Beth Shalom Schools, will attend
the 44th annual convention of the National Council for Jewish Educa-
tion beginning today at Grossinger's, New York. Rabbi Murciano and
Selig are respectively an executive officer and president of the Jewish
Educators Council of Metropolitan Detroit. Selig is a board member of
the membership committee of the National Council for Jewish Edu-
cation.

Birth

—nn ouncernents

May 7 — To Dr. and Mrs. Lary
April 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
R. Berkower (Janice Bard), 19740 J. Stocker (Sandra Weitz), 10640
Cranbrook, a daughter, S a r a h Corning, Oak Park, a son, Todd
Ian.
Beth.
*
April 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
May 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
A. Bienstock (Sylvia Erdos), 23881 Marc Maxman (Marlene Kassel of
Norwood, Oak Park, a daughter, Los Angeles), of San Francisco, a
Kimberly Hope.
son, Joshua Ilan.

May 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. David
Eisenberg (Nina Woolf), 7154
Brookridge, Birmingham, a son,
Jason Harley.
* •
-
May 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald M. Meyers (Rena F. Daitch),
24040 Berkley, Oak Park, a son,
Jeffery Scott.
• • r
May 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. Thom-
as Warshaw (Faith Anne Wolf),
18780 Hampshire, Lathrup Village,
a daughter, Jennifer Ann.
• * •
April 30 — To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Safran (Anne Rovin), 23827 Clark-
son, Southfield, a daughter, Helen
Michele.
• • *
April 26 — To Rabbi and Mrs. A.
Hershoff (Bernice R. Apt of De-
troit), of Brockton, Mass., a son,
Gabriel S.

April 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Tepman (Rena H. Schwartz),
23410 Coolidge, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Doreen Shari.
• • •
April 4 — To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert E. Adelson (Michelle Man-
heimer), 17275 Stratford, South-
field, a son, Kevin Garrett.



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March 20 — TO Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Flagg, formerly of Wind-
sor and Detroit, (Karen Shanfield),
now of Toronto, a son, Mitchell
Andrew.
• • •
To Mr. and Mrs. Burton S. Roth
(Laura Silverman) 12451 Hart, Oak
Park, a daughter, Melissa Anne.

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MISS MARLETI'E GROSSMAN

Mr. and Mrs. David Grossman
of Frazer Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marlette Sue to Harvey
Steven Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Stein of Marlow St., Oak
Park.
A September wedding is planned.

Strike Closes
Jewish Bakeries

Eleven Jewishbakeries were on
strike
El this s week in a continuing
I dispute between Local 78 of the
Bakery and Confectionery Work-
ers Union and the Jewish Master
Bakers Association.
Bakeries affected are Epstein,
Jewel, Kountry Korner, Mayer,
Mertz, Miami, New Modern, Star,
Vienna, Weiss and Zeman.
A spokesman for the union said
all Jewish bakeries closed last Fri-
day and Saturday morning, and
there were no positive develop-
ments in the strike as of Wednes-
day.
Leon Zagerman, chairman of the
Master Bakers Association, said
some 70 employes are affected. He
said the association had offered
the workers a $15 weekly raise,
but the union wants $21.
Bagel factories are not affected
by the walkout.

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Friday, May 1S, 1970-31

Congressman William S. Broom-
field was highly commended for
his effective role as a member of
the foreign affairs committee of
the U.S. House of Representatives
at a breakfast meeting in Broom-
field's honor at the R ale i g h
House, Tuesday.
His colleague, Congressman
James Harvey, guest speaker at
the function, referred to the ad-
dress Broomfield delivered re-
cently before the Zionist Organi-
zation of Detroit, and he evaluated
it as a major statement on Middle
East affairs.
That speech, Rep. Harvey re-
ported, is being widely distributed
as a valuable document dealing
with the question relating to Is-
rael's needs and this country's
role in the area.
Rep. Broomfield told the 500
supporters at the breakfast that
he is dedicating his labors toward
advancement of America's major
needs.
Spokesmen at the event praised
the congressman a n d urged
Broomfield's re-election. He was
commended as one of the most
serious men in Congress.

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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kotler of
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the engagement of their daughter,
Ellen Beth to Terry Thurl Brown,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown
of Miller Rd., Rochester.
An August wedding is planned.

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his present position at Frost Junior
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1970-71. Currently a PhD candidate
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