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March 22, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 22, 1963 1 6

Mrs. Jackson, Mt's. Wineman Are
Judith Mien Wed
Paid Tribute as 'Women Who Care' to Marshal Sandler

Mrs. Harry L. Jackson, 12750 of Detroit for working without
Borgman, Huntington Woods, pay to better the community.
and Mrs. Henry Wineman, 1001
They were awarded miniature
Covington, are among the five gold hearts at the 1963 "Woman
outstanding women honored by Who Cares" luncheon Wednes-
the Women's Advertising Club day at the Veterans Memorial.
Mrs. Jackson has been hon-
ored with a lifetime member-
ship to the executive board of
GRACE YOUR
the League of Jewish Women.
FESTIVE TABLE She is also active on the Wom-
en's Committee of the United
With
Community Services, and on
the National Council of Jewish
Cad
gzonz
gra.o.t
Women. One of her major proj-
ects was the development of
Operation Friendship, a pro-
gram for discharged mental pa-
tients, participated in by the
Aand kTodueza and tolitzd National Council of Jewish
igt
Women and the Central Metho-
hi gained c ilfion -LE-1 ion
dist Church.
A LARGE
She is also a founder and ac-
VARIETY OF
tive member of Temple Israel,
and has served on the national
WINES
board of Hadassah as well as
and
one of its regional presidents.
CHAMPAGNES
Mrs. Wineman is the second
TO SUIT
woman to win the Fred Butzel
Award for Distinguished Commu-
• EVERY TASTE
nity Service. She is the founder,
and now a lifetime member, of
CONCORD and
the board of Travelers Aid So-
MALAGA also in
ciety of Detroit, and is currently
GALLONS AND
serving as honorary chairman of
HALF GALLONS
the Women's Division of the 1963
■ ■
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Gifts
of
The Gift
She is also a board member
■ ■•■
of the Community Chest, the
Council of Social Agencies, the
Certified strictly
United Foundation, the USO,
Kosher by the Chief
Children's Hospital, the Jewish
Rabbinate of Israel
Family and Children's Services,
Available Now in
the executive committee of the
Your Favorite Market.
United Jewish Appeal, the
United Foundation Steering
MICHIGAN DISTRIBUTOR
Committee and the United Com-
National Wholesale
munity Services. She is a past
president of the Fresh Air So-
Grocers Co.
ciety:
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work. The public is invited.
The Yiddish film "The Sing-
ing Blacksmith" ("Yankel der
Schmidt") will be shown 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Institute.
Starring the late Moishe Oy-
ster, it is the story of a young
blacksmith with a golden voice.
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Proprietors of

MRS. MARSHAL SANDLER
At a candlelight ceremony on
March 17 at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Judith Barbara Allen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
E. Allen of W. Outer Dr., was
wed to Marshal Sandler, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sandler
of Vassar Dr. Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal officiated.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with an open
neckline and an empire bodice
of hand-covered lace. The gown
had a chapel-length removable
train, with a panel of the hand
covered lace. The crown and
veil were of matching lace and
pearls. She carried a Bible
covered with orchids.
Susan Allen, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and
Susan Sandler, sister of the
bridegroom, and Mrs. Robert
Rosin were bridesmaids.
Bruce Schlussel served as
best man. Seating the guests
were Robert Sandler, brother of
the bridegroom, Robert Stein,
Donald Kurzman, M. Alan
Kurzman, Norman Lippitt, Ber-
nard Allen, Harold Patrick and
Out-of-Town Orders
Red Cross has taught lifesav- Dr. Neil Jacobs.
Promptly Filled
After an extended honey-
mimmunimmummilimmemi ing and water safety since 1914. mdon in Florida, Mr. and Mrs.
Sandler will reside in Royal
Oak.

111 •11.•,0411•11•4

The Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute will present the eminent
sculptor and artist Trying Berg
at an Oneg Shabbat 9 p.m. to-
day.
Berg, who recently finished
a sabbatical year, will speak on
"The Artist at Work." His lec-
ture will be demonstrated with
slides and examples of his own

COHEN, ZAGER & RENICK

EL

24/MW•IPM•1 ••

Institute Slates Slide Lecture by Artist
Berg, Yiddish Film 'Singing Blacksmith'

A two - day convocation on
"The Predicament of- Modern
Politics" will open Thursday,
at the University of Detroit
Student Union Building.
Featured speakers will in-
clude Prof. Leo. Strauss of the
University of Chicago political
science department, former as-
sociate editor of "Social Re-
search," and a dozen books in-
cluding "Thoughts on Machia-
velli."
Dr. Strauss was born in Ger-
many and came to the United
States in 1938. He began his
teaching career at the New
School for Social Research and
came to the University of Chi-
cago in 1949. He holds the
title of the Robert M. Hutch-
ins Distinguished Service Pro-
fessor of Political Science.
He was research assistant at
the Academy of Jewish Re-
search in Berlin from 1925 to
1932, and a Rockefeller Fellow
in France and England from
1932 to 1934. He was a fellow
at the Center for Advanced
Study in the Behavorial Sci-
ences in 1960-61.
Dr. Strauss has held visiting
lectureships at the University
of California, Hebrew Univers-
ity in Jerusalem, Hamilton
Union, Middlebury, Wesleyan
and Amherst.

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