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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS — Friday, Sept. 18, 1959 —

Shapero Honored with Pharmacy lilt s Finkel Wed
Building at Wayne State University to James Weitzman

More than 500 friends and
business associates of Nate S.
Shapero, chairman of the board
of Cunningham Drug Stores,
honored his 50 years in retail
pharmacy with a testimonial
dinner Wednesday at the Plaza
Hotel, New York.
A sponsors committee, headed
by Harry J. Loynd, president
of Parke, Davis & Company,
and Chas. B. Larsen, president
of Cunningham's, has pledged
to raise $500,000 of the esti-
mated $1,000,000 needed for
the Shapero Hall of Pharmacy,
to be erected in his honor at
Wayne State University.
The testimonial dinner was
being held in conjunction with
the annual convention of the
National Association of Chain
Drug Stores, a group which
Shapero helped to organize in
1933, and served as a member
of the original Board of Direc-
tors and was its second presi-
dent.
Wayne University President
Clarence H i l b err y and Dr.
Stephen Wilson, dean of the
WSU College of Pharmacy, at-

JWV Activities

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY
will meet Monday evening, in
the Memorial Home, when plans
will be discussed for a fund-
raising program and a member-
ship drive. Hostesses will be
Lillian Sidler and Gertrude
Hoffman.

* *

Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN POST and AUXILIARY
will jointly open the new sea-
son with a get-together program
at 8:30 p.m., Sunday, in the
Memorial Home. Dancing and
refreshments will be featured,
and there will be an exhibition
of new dance steps. Prospective
members are invited, according
to Norman Wachler and Mrs.
William Sniderman, commander
and president of • the groups.
For information, call Mrs. Her-
man C. G_ach, UN. 2-1878.
*
*

ROBERT J. RAFELSON
AUXILIARY has scheduled a
board meeting fOr Tuesday; in
the home of Mrs. Jack Iden,
10005 Elgin, Huntington Woods.
Plans for a future fund-raising
affair will be discussed, accord-
ing to Mrs. Nathan Brenner,
president.
* * *
OAK PARK AUXILIARY will
hold its first meeting of the
season on Tuesday evening, in
the home of May Baumgarten,
20265 Murray Hill. Mrs. Lillian
Bernstein, past Department
president, will be guest speaker.
A social hour will conclude the
meeting.

tended the dinner honoring
Shapero.
A group of 34 sponsors are
serving as a committee in con-
ducting the nation-wide cam-
paign for half of the needed
funds. The Michigan State Leg-
islature is being asked in the
next session to appropriate the
remaining money for the new
building.
The Shapero Hall of Phar-
macy is to be built on the
southeast corner of Second
Boulevard and Palmer, and
will consist of four floors, plus
a basement.
Shapero was born in Detroit
Sept. 27, 1892, and at the age
of 17, while still attending
MRS. JAMES WEITZMAN
school, became employed by
the old Gray and Wooster Drug
A Cape Cod honeymoon fol-
Store in 1909. After obtaining
his pharmacy degree from Fer- lowed the July 19 wedding of
ris Institute, Shapero continued R o b e r t a Finkel and James
with Gray- and Wooster which Weitzman at Cong. Shaarey
merged with the Liggett chain Zedek. Parents of the couple
of stores. He worked for Lig- are the Joseph Finkels, of Santa
gett both in Detroit and New Barbara Ave., and the Clement
Weitzmans, also of Santa
York until he joined the U.S. J.
Barbara Ave.
Navy in 1918.
For the double ring cere-
Following his discharge in
mony, the bride wore a gown of
1919, Shapero opened his first
cameo ivory silk taffeta blended
drug store in Detroit _(Cass and with embroidered Alencon lace,
Ledyard) under the name of which reflected the grace of the
Economical Drug. In 1931, he Regency period. The rose pat-
merged with Cunningham's.
terned lace was etched over the
Hilberry said the new build- Empress bodice, outlining in
ing, which will contain approxi- petal motif the decolletage neck-
mately 60,000 square feet of line and brief sleeves. Contour
floor area, will be of reinforced folds of silk defined the high
concrete construction. It will waist closing at the back with
have model laboratories, class- a double looped French bow,
rooms, study lounges, faculty and the bouffant skirt belled to
-offices and a lecture room.
a court train. A _ cap of pearl
frosted silk clasped her tiered
LZO Swings into Action veil of silk illusion, and she
carried orchids and stephanotis
with Sept. 26 Parley
The official inauguration of on a mother-of-pearl prayer
the Labor Zionist organizational book.
Attendants to the bride were
year will commence with a
m'laveh malkah Sept. 26 her- her sister, Suzanne Finkel, as
alding the third annual city con- maid of honor, and bridesmaids
ference of LZO. Yaakov Morris, Marilyn Hoskow, Judith Lawson,
consul of Israel in New York, Cecile Hoffman, Joyce Wein-
will be the featured guest traub, Joanne Weintraub and
speaker of the evqnt, to be Barbara Karch.
Best man was Earl Ernstein,
held at Hayim Greenberg Cen-
while ushers were Kal Grove,
ter.
An installation of officers of Richard Egrin, Harvey Weiss,
the Labor Zionist Council will Martin Albion, Fred Gordon and
Mickey Luckoff.
be conducted by Pinchas Cruso,
The newlyweds are residing
chairman of the LZO of Amer-
on Votrobeck Ct.
ica. Newly-elected Council offi-
cers are Morris Lieberman,
chairman; David Sislin, Eman-
uel Mark and Isadore Shrodeck,
vice-chairmen; Faye Glosser,
secretary and Jack Malamud
treasurer.
The Detroit Service Group's
There will be a musical inter- annual golf and fun outing will
lude by Shoshana Freedman, be held Wednesday at Knoll-
wood Country Club announces
Detroit vocalist.
On Sunday morning a busi- Jack 0. Lefton, president.
A day of golf, swimming,
ness session will feature branch
reports and reports of various games and good fellowship will
Labor Zionist institutions. This be climaxed by the presenta-
session will be followed by a tion of the Detroit Service
luncheon with a closing ad- Group cup to the Allied Jewish
Campaign division that led all
dress by Cruso.
others in percentage of gain
over last year, Lefton said.
Chairmen of the group's seven
divisions will receive awards for
their campaign achievements.
Billed as America's favorite
entertainer, a. la carte, George
Bailey, comedian, musician and
magician, will entertain.
All men who worked in the
1959 Allied Jewish Campaign
are members of the Detroit
Service Group and are eligible
for the outing.



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for Knollwood

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Shaarey Zedek Men's Club Starts
Year's Activities lvith 'Report
Around World' on Wednesday

"A Report Around the World'
will raise the curtain on the
year's program of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club, in
the 'synagogue's social hall, at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Three Detroiters who traveled
in different parts of the world
this summer will present their
views.



Participating will be Rabbi
Morris Adler, Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz and Philip Slomovitz who
will report on Jews in• Europe,
Jews Behind the Iron Curtain
and Jews in Israel, respectively.
Theodore Baruch will be mod-
erator.
A question and answer period
will follow the presentations
by the speakers.
Anyone Know Where
I. Murray Jacobs, president,
and George C. Parzen, program
Long-Lost Friend Is?
vice-president, invite members
A Trenton, N. J., woman, Gus- and friends to attend - this meet-
sie, Tomar (nee Levine), 1426 ing.
W. State St., is looking for a
Refreshments will be served.
friend. Her name is Rachel Ax-
elrod. Her maiden name was
also Axelrod and she used to
live in Bronsville, N.Y. on Wy-
ona St. Her father used to be
a builder. The woman being
sought is believed to live in
For Any Occasion
Detroit.

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