Lawrence Feiler Takes
Wife, Barbara Goldberg
An ARTS AND CRAFT SHOW
with 800 painters and craft items
is being held at the Lincoln Center
through Aug. 24. Michigan artists
and craftsmen will exhibit paint-
ings, sculpture, hand-made jewelry,
hand-painted china, lapidary, ce-
ramics, decoupage and other crafts
in a tent specially erected for this
exhibit. Demonstrations by artists
and craftsmen will continue
throughout the 10-day show.
The third annual LAFAYETTE
PARK ART FAIR will take place
Sept. 7 and 8 (Saturday 10 a.m.-7
p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m.-8 p.m.), in
the Lafayette Towers Shopping
Plaza. The fair, sponsored by the
Lafayette Park Community Associ-
ation, is an invitational show and
MRS. LAWRENCE FEILER
sale for practicing artists in Detroit
Barbara Ann Goldberg, daughter and Michigan, with the exception
of Mrs. Max Goldberg of Hubbell of Lafayette Park residents. The
Ave. and the late Mr. Goldberg, public is invited to personally meet
and Lawrence Marvin Feiler, son some 18 artists-craftsmen who will
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Robert Feiler be manning their own booths. The
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park, were works of 70 artist-craftsmen will
united in marriage recently at be exhibited, and there will be
the Raleigh House. Rabbi M. Rob- showings of Cyril and Arnold
tret Syme and Cantor Harold Or- Miles' art films, a fashion show,
Mexican food concession, antique
The bride wore a floor-length show, pottery demonstrations and
gown of silk overlaid with Eng- flower stalls, and a brunch to be
lish net appliqued with bands of served Sunday. The general chair-
satin and Venice lace. Her head- men are Mrs. Mort Persky and Mrs.
piece was a mantilla in the Carl Westman. The committee
Camelot tradition trimmed in chairmen include Mrs. Lawrence
matching lace with chapel train. Rattner, Mrs. Gary LaBret and
She carried a bouquet of orchids Mrs. Burton Gordin.
Phyllis Gurstell was matron of
Mike Novitz, president of the
honor. Charna Yellen, Sandy Nu- SOUTHFIELD COMMUNITY
cian, and Jane Schelberg were PLAYERS, announced two eight-
week courses dealing with the fun-
Frank Feiler served his brother damentals of acting and set design-
as best man. Ushers were Hillard construction are under way at the
Fealk, Joel Gurstell, Jim Schelberg, Parks and Recreation Building of
Marvin King, and Dave McColl.
the Southfield Civic Center. The
Following a honeymoon in Las class in acting will be held Mon-
Vegas and San Francisco, the cou- days at 8 p.m. Instructors are
ple is residing in Ann Arbor.
Nancy Harrowers and Sheldon
Swartz, who for years have been
affiliated with Community Thea-
Temporary Post Office
ters in Pennsylvania, Detroit and
at the Fair Grounds
the metropolitan areas.
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During the State Fair
The Detroit Post Office will pro-
ISRAEL'S 20-YEAR CATALOG
vide a "Temporary Post Office," OF COINS AND CURRENCY, au-
and postal exhibit on the Fair thored by Fred Bertram and Rob-
Grounds during the 1968 Michigan ert Weber, is now off the press.
State Fair, Aug. 23 through Sept. 2. The 128-page hard-cover volume is
Postmaster Edward L. Baker published by the Louis Denberg
said, "The temporary unit, a High- Foundation, Inc.
way Post Office bus, will be located
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adjacent to the Ulysses S. Grant
A six-hour credit course of post-
House and will contain a number graduate education featuring Dr.
of postal exhibits, in addition to PAUL SHULMAN of Chicago will
providing postal window service " be presented for Michigan opto-
Postal services rendered will in- metrists Aug. 25 at Northland Inn
clude the sale of stamps, envelopes, under sponsorship of the ASSOCIA-
money orders, and the acceptance TION OF MICHIGAN OPTOMET-
of parcel post and registered mail, RISTS. Benefits from registration
as well as general delivery serv- fees will be turned over to the Illi-
nois College of Optometry Building
Fund. Dr. Shulman, associate pro-
fessor of ocular pathology at Illi-
nois College. of Optometry, will
present a course on "Glaucoma
and Its Ramification." For infor-
mation, contact Dr. Pearl Hauser,
9610 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck,
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Mrs. Lee Franklin Weinstock,
president of the UNIVERSITY OF
BUFFALO ALUMNI CLUB OF
For the Ultimate in
METRO-DETROIT, invites local
alumni to the club's annual picnic
There Can Be No
3-7 p.m. Aug. 25 at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Wozniak, 953
Compromise With Detail
Shoreham, Grosse Pointe Woods.
For information, call Mrs. Wein-
It is the extra "Little
Things" we give which
are so much appreciated.
UHS Elementary Pupils
to Start Classes Sept. 4
studio of photography
19492 Livernois Avenue
United Hebrew Schools classes
for all elementary department stu-
dents except beginners will start
Sept. 4. Beginners classes will meet
Boys and girls should be enrolled
by their 8th birthday in order
to meet the requirements for Bar
and Bat Mitzva.
The nursery school, which meets
in the Oak Park Jewish Center,
will resume Sept. 9. Transportation
is available upon request.
For information, call the UHS
office, DI 1-3407.
Max M. Fisher on Thursday be-
came chairman of the New Detroit
Committee that is handling the
major problems involving the civil
rights issues here.
He succeeds Joseph L. Hudson,
who headed the committee since
the riots of July 1967.
Fisher is president and former
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, is a former Jewish
Welfare Federation president and
now heads its executive committee,
and had served as president and
chairman of campaigns of the Un-
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