Friday, August 7, 1959 — 1 4
THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS
Children of Joseph Lebowskys
Fete Couple on 50th Anniversary
The "Mayor of West Owosso,"
Joseph H. Lebowsky, and his
wife Bess, celebrated their gol-
den anniversary at a dinner
party in the Leon Fram Hall
of Temple Israel here.
Highlighting a romance that
began with their childhood in
Russia, the anniversary . party
was given the couple by their
children: Mr. and * Mrs. Irving
three times was illustrious Mas-
ter of Common Counsel No.
39 R and SM.
In addition, • he is a member
of the Consistory, Scottish Rite,
Shriners and Rotary club.
While there is no Jewish com-
munity in Owosso, the Lebow-
skys make up for that lack by
their participation in Holly-
wood Jewish affairs. Mrs. Le-
bowsky is a member of Hadas-.
sah, Eastern Star and Women's
Another reception for Joseph
and Bess Lebowsky was given
by their daughters and sons-in-
law for 600 of their Owosso
friends at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bowman, on Sunday.
THE 'JOSEPH LEBOWSKYS
An early fall wedding is
planned by Bette Phyllis Harris
and David Wexler. Miss Harris
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Harris, of 18660 Indiana,
and her fiance is the son of
Mrs. Jennie Wexler and.the late
Mr. Max Wexler, of Brooklyn.
* * *
Mrs. Bess Popkins, of Dexter.
Ave., announces the engage;
ment of her daughter, Carol
Marcia, to Alvin J. Stein, of
Miss Popkins was a June
graduate of the University of
Detroit and previously attended
Wayne State. Her fiance at-
tended Western Reserve Uni-
Lippitt- Weiner Rites
Planned for October
Fall Term Set by NewHead of Circle School
A limited number of openings
are still available for the fall
semester of the Workmen's
Circle Jewish School, 18340 W.
Bernard Wind, Jewish writer
and educator, will take office
as the new director and prin
cipal of the school, a position
similar to one he held with the
Workmen's Circle School in Los
Kindergarten classes, under
the supervision of Miriam Gorn-
bein, will be re-opened for chil-
dren of pre-school age, and old-
er pupils will again be offered
an extensive educational pro-
MISS SARAH LIPPITT
Town and Country Club has
posted the "all sold-out" sign,
for its first formal summer din-
ner-dance, it is announced this
Week by Dr. Benjamin Brand,
vice-president and general chair-
man of the program.
The dinner-dance will be held
at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, at Tem-
ple Israel. Because of the re-
sponse of members, there will
be no tickets sold at the door,
Dr. Brand said.
AnnOuncement of the engage-
ment of Sarah Ruth Lippitt and
Dr. Allan D. Weiner was made
recently at a cocktail party
given by Mr. and Mrs. S. Sand-
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert J.
Lippitt, of Indiana Ave. Dr.
Weiner's parents are the Alex-
ander Weiners, of Oak Park.
Miss Lippitt attended the Uni-
Success comes to the man
versity of Miami, where she who has a highly polished
was affiliated with Delta Phi imagination.
Epsilon and Phi Delta Pi so-
rorities, and is a graduate of
Great Lakes College.
Dr. Weiner graduated from
the University of Michigan med-
ical school, and is a member
of Phi Delta Epsilon and Phi
Kappa Phi fraternities. Plans
are being made for an October
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`Sell-Out' for Formal Dance
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Arnoff,
also of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
David Bowman, of Owosso; and
Judge and Mrs. Joseph Linden,
Toastmaster Stuart Small,
grandson of the Lebowskys,
called on the four sons-in-law
who paid tribute to the honored
Lebowsky, whose active par-
ticipation in Owosso civic af-
fairs earned him the affection-
ate title of Mayor of West
Owosso, is a member of De-
troit's Temple Israel and a
member of the Temple in Holly-
wood, Fla., where they make
their home from November to
In the spring the couple re-
turn to Owosso, where Lebow-
sky, who has retired from his
Elliott Hall, modern, new unit. In addition, the dietary de-
tailoring and cleaning business, medical treatment center for partment was set up by a lead-
owns . a 480-acre cattle and dairy chronic and acutely ill medical ing Detroit dietttian.
farm near the city.
patients, located at 13015 -W.
Lounges and recreation facili-
Russian-born Lebowsky ar- Chicago, will have its open ties are located on every floor,
rived in America 54 years ago, house from 12 noon to 5 p.m. and a lhrge fenced-in patio is
set up a business in Owosso, Sunday. The public is invited. being built for use by the pa-
and, then, in 1909, sent for his
Facilities to be provided in- tients.
childhood sweetheart. They clude an emergency treatment
Recreational activities will in-
were married on July 27 of room, complete physiotherapy clude movies, bingo, game
that year by Rabbi Levin in the department, occupational ther- nights, TV and concerts.
home of the late Mr. Simon apy unit, complete laboratory
A full-time doctor will be in
Shetzer. The Lebowskys' life facilities, adequate oxygen the:-
together has been spent chief- apy facilities, a fully equipped attendance, and registered
nurses in charge of each, s shift.
ly in Owosso since that time.
pharmacy, and modern X-ray Its records will be modeled on
Elected nine times as super-
those approved by the Joint
visor of his west side district
Commission on Accreditation of
in Owosso, Lebowsky was once JVS Brings Career
the only Republican voted into -
Elliott Hall is different from
office in a Democratic land-
the average convalescent home
Closer to Community in that it has been designed to
Thirty years ago he built the
The Jewish Vocational Serv- help such acutely ill_patients as
first large theater in Owosso ice has expanded its staff and the cardiac, diabetic, pneumonia
for the W. S. Butterfield
facilities in career counseling and the ulcer patients who re-
Theaters of Michigan. He is a
member of the Elks and service, announces Robert S. quire hospitalization.
Authorities in the hospital
Masons, for which he actively Amberg, president.
The career counseling pro- and medical field who assisted
participated in the building of
the Owosso Masonic Temple. gram provides both teen agers in the planning of Elliott Hall
He served on the board for and adults with the opportunity include Dr. Jack Rom, cardiolo-
to secure professional assist- gist and allergist; Dr. T. S. Ros-
Worshipful' master of Owosso ance in making educational en, pathologist; Dr. William
Lodge No. 81 F and AM, he and vocational plans. Aptitude Henkin, radiologist; Dr. Richard
also served as High Priest of tests are used to help the coun- Kamil, orthopedist; Miss Bar-
bara Jewett, occupational ther-
Owosso Chapter -No. 89 and selees arrive at a decision.
To bring this new phase of apist, Rehabilitation Institute;
the agency's services closer to Joseph Mach, physiotherapist;
the residential areas, Seymour and Samuel P. Harris, A.I.A.
Brieloff, who was supervisor architect.
Dr. Paul L. Fraiberg is full-
of rehabilitation services at the
William H. Maybury Sanato- time medical director and Mon-
rium, has joined the JVS staff roe M. Title, hospital consultant.
Applications for admission
For Any Occasion
and will be available for coun-
seling at the Jewish Family are currently being accepted.
and Children's Service build-
ing, Meyers and Curtis.--'
Career counseling interviews
can now be scheduled at this
Call SALLY FIELDS
building, and special appoint-
ments also can be made at the
10 Mile Rd. branch of the Jew-
(Other Smart Combos)
ish Community Center. Evening
appointments can be arranged
For news of
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people ... Read
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the Jewish Vocational Service
Call Sally Fields
in the Fred M. Butzel Memorial
Building, 163 Madison at John
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and customs and ceremonies.
Open, daily, Monday through
Friday, the school office may
be reached for additional infor-
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