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December 20, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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Susan Allen Wed
to James Canner

MRS. JAMES. CANNER

Susan Arlene Allen became
the bride of James Brian Can-
ner at a candlelight ceremony
Dec. 18 at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue.
The bride is the. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. Allen,
4744 W. Outer Dr. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Canner.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie, with round-
ed neckline, long sleeves and
empire bodice of hand-covered
Alencon lace and appliques of
pearls, and a fitted cumber-
bund of peau de soie. A panel
of hand-covered lace was fitted
over the detachable chapel
train. A circular Spanish man-
tilla of matching lace was at-
tached to a shoulder pouf veil
of ivory silk illusion. The
Bible was carried with one
white rose.
Mrs. Marshal Sandler, sister
of the bride, served as matron
of honor. - Bridesmaids were
Eva Dorra, • Linda Bielfield,
Sandra Kelly and Susan Sand-
ler. Robert Canner, brother of
the bridegroom, served as best
man. Ushers were Dr. Gerald
Grossman, Paul flooberman,
Michael Berman, Marshal Sand-
ler, Harold Patrick, Marvin
Canner, Sidney Deith and Rob-
ert Monheit.
The couple will reside at East
Rue Versailles in Oak Park.

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Bnai Brith Men, Women Organize
Concerted Drive for '150,000

The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Men's and Women's
Councils are in the midst of a
concerted effort to raise funds
for support of the organiza-
tion's many varied philanthro-
pies and community services.
This year's goal has beeri set
at $150,000.
The campaign will be cul-
minated with a victory celebra-
tion on Jan. 28, according to
Mrs. Harry Bodzin and Julius
Kahn, council presidents.
Mrs. David Levine is gen-
eral chairman for the women's
fund-raising activities. Her
chairmen include Mesdames
Irving Chadwick, Isaac Be-
nain, Seymour Sandweiss and
Mina. Moss, special project;
Joseph Rodman and Henry
Schore, tickets; Jack Sayles,
program; Harry Kaufman,
editor; Thomas Zohott and

Mrs. Betty Schwartz
Named to Direct
OP Mother's March

An Oak Park businesswoman,
according to Al Kaline, general
campaign chairman for the Oak-
land County March of Dimes,
will serve both as area and
Mothers' March chairman in
1964.
Mrs. Betty Schwartz, 14180
Balfour, president of the Tyme
Furniture Co., will have charge
of business solicitations in her
area, as well as direct the hun-
dreds of volunteer women who
will take part in the annual
march on Jan. 28. She will also
be in charge of special fund
raising events in her community.
She has served for several
years in various capacities "be-
cause the cause is good". In ad-
dition to her business career
and charity work, Mrs. Schwartz
is active in school work and has
been an officer of the Women's
Club.
The Oakland County chapter
has spent $3,359.37 in direct aid
to seven patients this year.
There are 22 more eligible for
assistance should they need it.
In the past 10 years, patient aid
has been given in the amount
of $70,750.

8n,g agements

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shriman
of Stout Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Tina,
to Edward A. Oxer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Oxer of Brook-
lyn, N. Y. The bride-elect is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity. Her fiance is a graduate of
City College of New York. A
December wedding is planned.

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Eugene Perlstein, associate
editors; Nathan Kantor, fi-
nance; Bernard Dozie and
Manny Katzman, future lead-
ers; Ira Albion and Sam Fine-
good, memoriams; Maynard
Kalef, publicity; Irving Her-
man, honorariums; Elsie
Cohen, delegate-at-large; and
Miss Shirley Boyd, secretary.
Overall fund - raising chair-
man for the Men's Council is
Sol Moss. Heading his commit-
tees are Morris Blechman, Ir-
win S. Ekelman, Herman
Kasoff, Harold Meyer, Edwin
Roth, George Tarnoff, Lloyd
Weingarden, Louis Weber, Mor-
ris Direnfeld and Thomas Zo-
hott.
The above le2ders are direct-
ing the efforts of 50 Bnai Brith
lodges and chapters with a total
membership of 15,000.
A major portion of the
funds raised are directed to
youth. The Detroit Bnai Brith
Youth Organization is geared
to provide imp e t u s for
youth's maturing in the broad
context of human relations,
including Jewish education,
religious programs, commun-
ity service, social and recrea-
tional activities and leader-
ship training seminars.
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tions at Wayne State, Michigan
State, and the University of
Michigan provide for the Jew-
ish student's spiritual and cul-
tural needs by holding weekly
worship services as well as hav-
ing discussion groups, forums
and seminars.
'In addition, Bnai Brith lends
its support locally to numerous
community drives such as the
March of Dimes, United Foun-
dation and Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns. Over 2,000 pints of
blood a year are donated to the
Red Cross.

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At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Lepler of
Faust Rd. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to Dr. Jay Victor, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Victor of
Steel Ave., and the late Mrs.
Pauline Victor.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of Detroit,
where she has received her
certificate in dental assisting.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University-of Michigan, College
of Medicine, and was affiliated
with the Phi Delta Epsilon fra-
ternity. Dr. Victor is current-
ly in his residency at the Henry
Ford Hospital. A March 8 wed-
ding is planned.

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Dave DeClark and his or-
chestra will provide the music
Tuesday night when the Cri-
terion Club brings to a close
its 1963 social season at Cong.
Beth Moses.
The occasion will be the or-
ganization's informal "P o s t-
Hanukah Ball" and will include
a floor-show headed by Maria
Roberts, Larry Lawrence and
Freddie Sheyer, social mixers,
o l i d a y refreshments and
favors.
Organized last year as a non-
profit association for single
adults, the club is now accept-
ing individual applications for
membership for 1964.

MISS ELAINE LEPLER

•Probus Club Sponsors
WSU Academic Awards

Probus Club of Detroit, a
service group composed of rep-
resentatives from the business
and professional community, is
offering annual Probus Club
awards for academic achieve-
ment at Wayne State University
for the second consecutive year.
Two awards will be given,
each consisting of a $500 grant
without restrictions. One will be
for a faculty member. in the
natural sciences (and related
professions) and another for a
representative of the humanities
(including social sciences and
related- professions) .
Final selections will be made
by a committee of seven judges,
four from the Probus Club, and
three from the Detroit commun-
ity. The committee will include:
Federal District Judge Wade
McCree Jr., Peter Clark, pub-
lisher, The Detroit News, Doug-
las Fraser, executive board
member of the UAW-CIO and
Probus Club members, Leslie E.
Colburn, Jack M. Citron, Harvey
Willens and Sol I. Stein. Martin
K. Stein will serve as non-voting
chairman of the committee.
Each college, school and/or
department of the university
will have an opportunity to sub-
mit its nominee to the office of
Vice President R and a 11 M.
Whaley, 1078 Mackenzie Hall.
Deadline for nominations is Jan.
15. Awards will be made at the
Probus award dinner on Feb. 29.

Criterion Club Plans
Post-Hanukah Ball

Lepler-Victor
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