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June 24, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-24

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Richard Klegon Takes
Bride, Carol jo Stern

MRS. RICHARD KLEGON

Carol Jo Stern, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Arthur 114. Stern of Coun-
try Club Lane, Birmingham, be-
came the bride of Richard Spencer
Klegon in a late afternoon cere-
mony Sunday at Temple Beth El.
A reception and buffet supper at
the bride's home followed.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Klegon of
Wilmette, Ill. Officiating at the
wedding was Dr. Richard C. Hertz.
The bride wore a full-length
organza gown with a train. Her
_ elbow-length veil was held by a
crystal and pearl crown, and she
carried orchids on her Bible.
Matron of honor wa -s Mrs. Sher-
man Freund, sister of the bride.
Other attendants were Nancy Katz,
Sue Pariser and Mrs. Jeffrey
Schneider:
• the
Douglas Klegon of WilMette,
bridegroom's brother, was best
man. Kenneth Klegon, Sherman
Freund, Tom Kent and Jeffrey
Schneider were ushers.
Following a honeymoon in To-
ronto, the couple will-live in. Pitts-
burgh.

THE LIGHT TOUCH

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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beginnings were, in • 1868, as an
orphan home for children who
needed care after the Civil War.
Mrs. Bella Mintz of Shaker
Heights, 0., vice president of
Bellefaire, as guest speaker, gave

MISS SUSAN SKELLY

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Skelly
of Vassar Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Laya to Sheldon Shale Watnick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wat-
nick of Indiana Ave.
Miss Skelly is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Her fi-
ance, a senior in the University
of Michigan's dental school, is
president of Alpha Omega Fra-
ternity.
A May wedding is planned.

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highlights of the center's pro-
gram. The center's activities were
depicted in a film, "Boy in a
Doorway."

Leib introduced Arnold Faud-
man, a new Bellefaire board mem-
ber, and the other board members
in addition to himself, Mrs. Samuel
Aaron and Mrs. Isadore Winkel-
man.
Erwin Simon, president of the
United Jewish Charities, greeted
Enggass and the gathering in be-
half of the Jewish Federation. In
behalf of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, Samuel Lerner
told how care is, provided for the
center with funds from the local
community. He told of a number
of Detroit emotionally disturbed
children who were cared for at
the Cleveland center.
Enggass responded to the pre-
sentation by indicating his lasting
interest in the work of Bellefaire.

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Susan Skelly to Many
Sheldon S. Watnick

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Mrs. J. Kahn, of Lincoln Terrace Apartments, Oak Park, with her
children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sipher and sister Mrs. M. Dickerman have
recently returned from Columbia, Mo., where they attended the award-
ing of a PhD to her son-in-law Duane and a BA to her son Richard from
the University of Missouri. Richard was granted an assistantship to
further his studies in physiology at the university.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Woolman, 172,62 Westhampton, Southfield,
were honored on their 45th wedding anniversary with a brunch at the
Kingsley Inn given by their children Mr. - and Mrs. Herbert Woolman,
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schussler. Their
nine grandchildren were among the guests. -
Mrs. Jack Shenkman, Michigan Branch president of the National
Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, was among 28
branch presidents who convened for four days of intensive briefings and
seminars in New York, covering the total program of the league which
is the women's arm of the Conservative movement. Participants came
from all parts of the United States and Canada.
Mr. Jack Duchan of Miami Beach is now in Detroit visiting his
children. He is staying at the home of his son, Milton Duchan, 18444
Northlawn.
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Kurtis will host the last meeting of the
season for the Cornfield Family Club, at their home, 22360 Chatsford
Circle, Southfield, 8 p.m. Sunday. Plans for 'the July picnic will be
discussed.
A farewell party was recently given in honor of Rena Lea Rott,
13021 Northfield, Oak park, who leaves Monday for a two and a half
month vacation to Israel. The party, at the Lafayette Towers, East, was
hosted by her brother, Joel Norman Rott, and sister and brother-in-law,
Marilynn and E. John Klein.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Kravetz, formerly of Detroit, celebrated
their 35th wedding anniversary June 21 at their home, 1177 Briscoe
Court, St. Louis.
The Bar Mitzvah of Gary K. Mondshine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mondshine
Schaefer Rd., was attended by many out-of-town guests,
among them: Mr. and Mrs. Max Haber, Messrs. Steven and Kenneth
Gertsman and Mrs. Sally Accardi and Mrs. Rae LiebOwitz, of New York
City; Mrs. Joseph Beeber and Arlene R. Beeber of San Antonio; Mrs.
-Frank Blum of Miami; Dr. Samuel Haber and daughters Sara, Kate and
Ruth all of Berkeley, Calif., where Dr. Haber is professor of economics
at the Berkeley campus of the University of California; and Mr. and
Mrs. Lionel Hansher of Toronto.
To celebrate the graduation of William Howard Goldenberg from
Oak Park High School, family and friends were recently feted at Rou-
mell's Sea Food Grotto by the Pincus Goldenbergs of Corning St., Oak
Park.

We know one fellow who
can't be trusted. In fact, if
he says, "Good morning,"
you'd better call the weather
bureau and check . . .

JULES PASSERMAN

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High honors for a long service
to a major cause and the accom-
plishments of that cause marked
an evening devoted to Bellefaire,
the Cleveland residential treatment
and child care center, at Town
and Country Club; Tuesday.
Maurice Enggass, distinguished
Detroit Jewish leader, was pre-
sented with an award on behalf
of Bellefaire, by Samuel Leib,
who presided, in recognition of
35 years of service on the board
of the Cleveland center.
Leib and several other par-
ticipants in the program outlined
the history of Bellefaire, whose

by

Friday, June 24, 1966-23

Wayne State University has
issued a volume containing the
papers presented at a WSU sym-
posium on business taxation.
Under the title "Effects of Cor-
poration Income Tax," the book
was arranged and edited by Marian
Krzyzaniak. Those who presented
t h e i r views, in the published
papers, include Miss Krzyzaniak,
Rice University; Arnold C. Har-
berger, University of Chicago;
Richard A. Musgrave, Harvard;
Richard E. Slitor, assistant direc-
tor at the U.S. Treasury Office of
Tax Analysis; Richard Goode,
International Monetary Fund.

The common cold causes an an-
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each year in America, in terms of
time lost from work, wages lost,
and medical expenses.

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