mrs, ,Staiiiki'j.*Iiikelinati is cO-ehairing the Poiaiders. SocietY
cominuthieWhich- -ifelthiii;,-Patro* lzuhaeiPtIons. for the ands marking
the coPeaid117of 'the Ithiljtateof--, ArtS'iieirNorer Whig - Oct. 22-24. The
money raised twillhe'flilect 'to eoarplete installations in the' museum,
now'nffekilig ,-101 ‘pabliegallerfea-
Mrs. Nathan Fink of Mayfair Ave., Southfiekl, hat been appointed
4toidnariiiiii -"with Mrs: Bertram Spiivak on the -women's
committee oLFzignclaiitCeater Symphony Orchestra, it was announced
v of Friends of-Center SymPhnnY-Orcheslia-
Mr. Fink-is chairman -1i the patron committee. The first concert of the
Center Symphony Orchestra; is . scheduled for, the afternoon of Oct. 17.
Mrs. Samuel S.-Aanin and Samuel Leib of -Southfield; Arnold Faud-
rman of Oak Park; Mrs.:Isadore:Winkelman of Detroit; Sam J. Kravitz
of East Grand Rapids - and Dr. Erwin J. thitowitz of Flint, all trustees
Of the Belle.faire board :will . be in Cleveland 25-26 to attend the 103rd
annual meeting of . Bellefaire, regional residential treatment center for
:emotionally disturbed children.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Field of Batil Ave:, son, Philip and daughter,
'Carole recently returned from a two-week visit to Mexico City and
Acapulen, where the Fields' first grandchild, oTonathan, was born to
their children, "Dr. and Mrs. Abraham RomanoWsky. Philip, who re-
cently received his doctors degree in veterinary medicine, attended .
the World Veterinarian Congress. while in Mexico City.
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NEW YORK (JT.4)—The lay and
rabbinic ; bodies of American 'Re4
forM Judaism have called for an
immediate interreligious inquiry
into the,-events at Attica and an
shout drive by;America. i Catho-
lics, Protestantaand Jews lo-bring
about meaningful prison reform in
our nation's penal institutions:.
The Comniission on Social Ac-
tion of. Reform Judaism, - a joint
body of the Union of Anierican He-
brew Congregations and Central
Conference of American'llabbis,- in
a statement said that they were in
communication with other religious
groups and clergymen and hoped
For Greater Detroit, the formal
dedication of the new Manufactur-
ers Bank Huilding; 411. W. La-
fayette, conducted at several
events this week, served to rekin-
dle confidence in Detroit's future.
This was the common ground on
which all elements in the city met
to view the magnificent structure
and to commend the bank's offi-
Roland A. Mewhort, chairman of
the Manufacturers board, took oc-
casion, at a dedication dinner Tues-
day, to • commend the architect,
Louis Redstone, for his firm's
magnificent work on the building.
Redstone spoke briefly at the
dinner, reviewing the several years
of research and planning by his
Of note in the new building is
the -sculptural creation of Sam-
uel A. Cashwan, the 16-foot
stainless steel stabile, a stable
abstract sculpture that is sus-
pended in the main lobby of the
building. It is described as be-
ing reminiscent of an evergreen
The new Manufacturers Bank
building is a nine-story structure
that serves as the central core for
the bank's 71 branches.
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mony at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Rabbi
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Mr. and Mrs. David Pitt of Park-
lawn Ave., Oak Park. Her husband
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
D. Kent of Virginia Dr., South-
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ganza with Empire bodice and
wedding ring collar. The long
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Rochester recently re-elected Colburn.
Basil M. Briggs as its -president.
Bruce Lynn was the best man.
Barry La Kritz, Barry Galison,
Marshall Solomon, Michael Lich-
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that within the next few days a
meeting could be held to form such
an investigative body.
The religious group. called the
Attica incident "A tragic symbol
of the profound- moral failure of
our society" and demanded that
"an objective and honest inquiry
must be held regarding the role of
Governor Rockefeller and alleged
false statements by Prison author-
ities and state officials." '-
Reform - Body- Urges-- Attica -Probe
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