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August 26, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-26

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Friday, August 26, 1966--23

activities in Society

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Jerry Shulak to Take THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Sandra Alpert as Bride :THE NEW


• •
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Iota Alpha Pi, Nu Chapter at Wayne State University, announces
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
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its new officers for the forthcoming school year are Joyce Nadler,
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chancellor; Rosalie Jacobs and Judee Patt, vice chancellors; Gloria
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Goodman, bursar; Janice Barnett, corresponding scribe; and Barbara
Suburban
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Gradis, recording scribe.
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A luau party was held for members of the Michigan Chapter of
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the National Society of Interior Designers at the home of Mr. and
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TO
5
P.M.
SHOP
SUNDAY
12
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Mrs. Ben Morganroth on Rosemary Rd., Oak Park. The party was
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put on by the spouses committee. Mrs. Al Oppenheim was chairman
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of the day.
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The golden wedding anniversary of David and Grace, Zellman,
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19454 Monica, will be celebrated Sept. 3.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Cohen, 20008 Lauder, are leaving for a


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month's cruise aboard the SS Shalom. They will spend Rosh Hashana
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and Yom Kippur in Israel.
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Mrs. Louis G. Redstone, the 1966-67 president of the Women's
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Division of the Detroit Round Table of the National Conference of
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Christians and Jews, hosted the first fall officers' meeting with a
brunch at her home, 19303 Appoline, recently. Dr. Robert M. Frehse,
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Juliet
executive director of the Detroit Round Table, explained the purpose
MISS SANDRA ALPERT

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of the national conrference. Newly elected officers in the Women's
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Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. L. Alpert •
Division who attended were Mesdames J. K. Ong, Marvin Levy and

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Harry Theisen, vice presidents; Charles Spivey, treasurer; and of Ardmoor Dr., Birmingham, an- •
nounce the engagement of their •
Cornelius Luma, recording secretary.

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Guests at the recent wedding of Susan Helen Rubenstein to daughter Sandra Marlene to Jerry •


Bruce Richard Locke included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunn and Mrs. Herbert Shulak, son of Mr. and •
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Sam Pickelner, all of Houston; and her paternal aunts and uncles, Mrs. Harry Shulak of Toledo.
the Charles Rubensteins of Washington, Pa., Mrs. Benjamin Blaustein
Miss Alpert was affiliated with • •
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of Atlantic City and Mr. Joseph Rubenstein and Miss Rose Rubenstein Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority at the •
$70

University of Michigan, where she •
of Pittsburgh.
• •
SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duchan of Northlawn Ave. were honored on graduated with a BA degree in •

• •
$35
their 25th anniversary with a surprise party given by Mr. and Mrs. elementary education. Mr. Shu- •
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Harry Blitz, Miss Yetta Bodzin and Sharon and Carol Duchan. Guests lak, is a graduate in business ad- •
.
from New York and Georgia joined family and friends at the celebra- ministration of the Universty of •


Mami, where he belonged to Pi •
tion.
,"
• Xi?.:;.
Lambda Phi Fraternity and the •
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%rift 0, ,

university's "M" Club.
Nre:?*

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Leslie R. Schmier Named Democratic
An Oct. 29 wedding date has •
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0
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'11,
1
.
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been set.

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Candidate for WSU Governors Bocird


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Leslie R. Schmied, 19365 Laud- ni Association, was nominated by Jacqueline Kaplan Now •

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er, former president of Temple the State Democratic convention

Israel and a past president of last week-end to be the Democratic Mrs. Michael Kallen

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the Wayne State University Alum- candidate for the WSU board of

Running
with
him
on
governors.

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the Democratic ticket will be Mrs.

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Jean McKee of Grand Rapids.


Schmier, who received his B.A.

• • •
• •
at the University of Michigan,
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earned his LIB at Wayne State


• •
University in 1941. After service

with the U.S. Department of Labor

• •

he entered private law practice

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in 1947 and since 1949' has been


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the principal officer of a mortgage

investment firm.

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A native Detroiter, Schmier

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has a long record of activities in



many Jewish and civic move-
• •

ments. He is a national board

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member of the Union of Ameri-

• •
can Hebrew Congregations, and


• •
is chairman of its midwest sec-

tion combined drive, served on
• •
• •
the board of the Jewish Center,
LESLIE R. SCHMIER

• •
Jacqueline
Kaplan,
daughter
of
is a member of the ADL Cabi-

• •
net, board member of the Detroit Mr. Philip Kaplan of Radclift Pl., •

Chapter of Brandeis University Oak Park, and Mrs. Frederic Ma- •

THE LIGHT TOUCH Associates, is a past president honey of Lancashire Rd., was mar- • •
• •
by
of Tam O'Shanter Country Club. ried to Michael Kallen Saturday •
evening at Temple Israel. The •
• •
Charge
JULES PASSERMAN
He has held many important bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Security

• •
WSU posts, including the current Mrs. Abraham Kallen of Steel
an
presidency of the Wayne State Ave.
• •
SUNDAY ro vzcai.w, • • •
Fund, is a member of the Citizens'
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Can- •
Committee of the Board of Educa- tor Harold Orbach officiated at the •
• •
tion, served on the boards of Mich- ceremony, followed by a reception •

• •
igan and Detroit Bar Associations, in the social hall.
• •
MONTH
END!
• •
Children's Orthogenic School, Win-
The bride's gown was a sheath •
ship School PTA and is active in of silk organza over peau de soie, •
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many Democratic Party functions. with -Alencon lace down the •

• •
Designer Dress
He is a 32nd degree Mason.
front. The elbow-length sleeves •
All it takes to make a

• •
Schmier has lectured at Wayne were of matching lace over the •
house looked lived in is—

• •
silk
organza
and
peau
de
soie.
State University. He received the

Sunday.
• •
WSU Alumni Award this year and Bows were on the shoulders of •

Gown Sale!
is chairman of the Clarence Hil- the sleeveless matching coat •

• •
She didn't know how to
appliqued with lace and extend. •
berry Alumni Scholarship Fund.
get rid of her old dish-
• •
ing into a chapel train. She wore •
Mrs. Schmier is the former Re- a short bouffant veil with a pearl •
washer — so she divorced

• •
GOWNS
gene Schefman. They have seven and illusion flower headpiece. •
him . . .
• •
children. Mrs. Schmeir, also a Her bouquet was of Phalaenopsis •

Were $125 to $300
WSU
graduate,
is
active
in
WSU

• •
orchids with a cascade of Steph- •
Friend of ours is so un-
Month-End Priced
projects, Hadassah and other com-

idiot

Green-8 Center Only!



Detroit's Gown

Headquarters

Gown Shown:

Rib Rayon

.

Acetate Gown
and Coat

Reg.

Ir

Sizes

10 to

14

Green - Red

MRS. MICHAEL KALLEN



Your Neighborhood Pharmacist



Juliet

Michig

Charge
Banlcard

*

lucky that if his ship ever
comes in, they'll probably
have a dock strike!

*

Many a man owes his
success to his first wife—
and his second wife to
his success • . .

*

Air pollution is a prob-
lem, and some of the po-
litical speeches aren't
helping a bit . . .

LINCOLN DRUGS

Lincoln at Coolidge
LI 3-7847
25901 Coolidge

PAY ALL. UTILITY BILLS HERE

munal activities.

State to Issue Licenses
to Drivers at State Fair

anotis and ivy.

Matron of honor was Mrs. David
Kallen, and bridesmaids were Jan-
et Reiss, Loii Weiss, Barbara Nai-
dus and junior bridesmaid Debbie
Haber. Margo Kallen was flower
girl.
David Kallen, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man, and
ushers were another brother, Mar-
shall Kallen Norman Kaplan,
brother of the bride, and Alan
Shapiro. Barry Kallen, brother of
the bridegroom, was junior usher.
After a West Coast honeymoon,
the couple will live on Schaefer
Rd.

"Fairgoers. Check your drivers
licenses." So said Secretary of
State James M. Hare in urging
patrons of the Michigan State Fair
through Sept. 5, to renew their
drivers licenses while at the Fair.
"A complete drivers license re-
newal station," Hare said, "op-
erated by civil service personnel,
will be in operation from 11 a.m.
to 8 p.m. throughout the Fair, ex-
cepting Sundays. This station will
The dog whom people want to
renew licenses for all comers, re-
gardless Of place of residence kill is always mad.—Russian prov-
erb.
within Michigan."

04 • • •

AT EXACTLY 2 PRICE!



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Oil • •
DRESSY DRESSES
• •
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Were $125 to $250


Month-End Priced

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• •
1

PRICE!
2
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AT
EXACTLY


• •


• • Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile • •

Mon., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. til 9 p.m.

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Shop Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.

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