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December 24, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-24

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Simon-Marsh Wedding
Takes Place Here

activities in Society

Sandra Stein Married
to William Goodman

Mrs. LEE FRANKLIN WEINSTOCK, 16171 Snowden, drove up with
Michigan attorneys Mrs. Anne Alpern and Dorothy Turkel last weekend
to join Bay City Women Lawyers in their annual holiday party.
Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL P. LEAVITT of James St., Oak Park, were
in Los Angeles for the celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers. The Leavitts continued on to Las
Vegas and Hawaii and plan to return home after Jan. 1. '

Seider-Harwith Rites
Are Solemnized Here

B nat • B fi • t

Activities

MRS. MICHAEL SIMON

Barbara Leslie Marsh became
the bride of Michael Allan Simon
in an afternoon wedding Sunday at
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi
Jacob Segal and Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Frank Myers of Cran-
brook Dr. and the late Dr. David
H. Marsh. Mr. Simon is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon of
Dartmouth Ave., Oak Park.
The bride, gowned in peau de
soie and lace, carried baby orchids
and Stephanotis.
Mrs. Mel Bishop, sister of the
bride, was matron of honer, and
Joan Marsh, another sister, was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Albert Fill, sister of the
bridegroom, and Terry Zack.
Albert Fill was best man, and
ushers were Mel Bishop, Errol
Sweet, Leslie Menuch and Peter
Solomon. Jeffrey Fill was junior
usher.
A honeymoon up North followed
the ceremony, and the couple will
take up residence in Ann Arbor.

AJCommittee Issues
Children's Bibliography

"About 100 Books," an evalua-
tion of new books for young read-
ers and for their teachers which
touch upon the important issues
of our time, has been published
by the American Jewish Commit.
tee.
The 45-page booklet covers
works for pre-school, elementary
and junior-high-age children pub-
lished between late 1962 and the
first half of 1965.
"It is only in the past few years
that a respect for the child reader
has emerged, and with it the pub-
lication of thoughtful, stimulating
works that question the accepted,
challenge the present, and open
new exciting vistas to the future,"
states Ann G. Wolfe, program con-
sultant in the civil rights and so-
cial action department of the
American Jewish Committee, who
edited the booklet.

MRS. WARREN D. SEIDER

Diane Harwith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Archiel Harwith of Hum-
ber Ave., Huntington Woods, be-
came the bride of Warren D. Sei-
der Sunday. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Seider of Syos-
set, L. I.
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum offici-
ated at the noon ceremony in the
Pontchartrain Hotel's Plaza Room.
Cantor Reuven Frankel was soloist.
The bride wore a floor-length
imported brocade gown with a
matching coat. A tiny hat of the
some brocade was edged in seed
pearls and held a floor-length il-
lusion veil. She carried Phaela-
nopsis and Stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Harriet
Bloom, and bridesmaids were Shel-
ly Rossman, Jane Garfield, Janice
Maltzer, Diane Tickton of Denver
and Barbara Nissman of Philadel-
phia.
Ronald Harwith, the bride's
brother, Michael Samuels of Ann
Arbor, Peter Sax of Mineola, L. I.,
and Charles Maneri of Schenectady
were ushers.
After a Bermuda honeymoon,
the couple will live in Ann Arbor.

-United Jewish Social Club
Plans Annual Jan. 1 Dance

The United Jewish Social Club
will have its annual dance 9 p.m.
Jan. 1 at Cong. Beth Abraham.
It will be a black-tie-optional
affair, and a full-course dinner
will be served. Eric Rosenow's or-
chestra will furnish music.
The club's function is to per-
petuate friendships among new-
The spread of TB can be pre- comers from Europe, and to help
vented. This is one aim of your needy members and other worthy
causes.
Holiday Seal association.

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

99c
LAMB
1st CUT LAMB
[HODS .
Lb. 59c
YOUNG BEEF. LIVER
Lb. 69`
CHUCK ROAST
Lb. 59c
PICKLED TONGUE
BREAST of BEEF, Trimmed Lb. $9`
Lb. 35c
VEAL BREAST
EGGS
Doz. 65`

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OAK-WOODS CHAPTER and
MAURICE C. ZEIGER LODGE
are having their annual children's
Hanukah party noon. to 3 p.m.
Sunday at the Oak Park Jewish
Center. Sy Sims and his puppets
will perform at 1 p.m. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Harvey Sha-
piro, LI 7-1898, or Mrs. Eugene
Paul, DI 1-2776. Guests invited.
* * *
REX LODGE will hold a "Sports
Night" 9:30 p.m. Thursday at How-
ard Johnson's Restaurant, North-
western at 10 Mile Rd. Featured
will be a movie, "Indianapolis 500,"
and Detroit Lions football games.
There will be refreshments, and
guests are invited. For informa-
tion, call Frank Paul Blase, KE
5-3905.
* * *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER LODGE
and CHAPTER will hold their an-
nual Hanukah party -noon Sunday
at the Oak Park Jewish Center.
Entertainment, refreshments and
gifts for the children will be fea-
tured.

*

* *

Bnai Brith Spurs
On Campaign to
Finish Forest

Detroit Bnai Brith has stepped
up efforts on behalf of the Martyrs
Forest by undertaking a special
campaign to complete the plant-
ing of the Maurice C. Zeiger Me-
morial Forest of 10,000 trees.
Max Kushner, chairman of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Israel Martyrs Forest committee,
made the announcement.
The forest, located in the hills
of Judea, will honor the memory
of Maurice . C. Zeiger, third vice
president of District Grand Lodge
6 and a past president of the De-
troit Council.
All local Bnai Brith lodges are
participating in this project. Some
have already pledged groves of
1,000 trees or more. Others are
planting gardens.
Kushner states that his com-
mittee is prepared to' assist the
lodges in any way to successfully
complete this program.

Missing Heir Sought

Information on the whereabouts
of a certain Harold Perlman
(Pearlman), whose family lived
on Elmwood Ave. about 37 years
ago, was sought this week by a
Californian who said an inherit-
ance has been left for Perlman
in Europe.
Anyone with information on
Perlman, who would be about 57
years old now, is asked to write
C. E. Freudiger, a friend of the
_deceased, 7523 Balcom Ave., Re-
seda, Calif. 91335.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, December 24, 1965

NY's Temple Emanu-El
Celebrates 120th Year

NEW YORK (JTA) — Some
1,000 members of the 3,200 fami-
lies of Temple Emanu-El, one of
the, largest Reform congregations
in the world, celebrated the 120th
anniversary of the temple's found-
ing, Dec. 14.
The congregation was formed by
38 Jews in 1845 in lower Man-
hattan. The present temple was
built in 1930 on Manhattan's upper
Fifth Avenue. A message of con-
gratulations from President John-
son was read. David Sarnoff, a
trustee and chairman of the Radio
Corporation of America, served as
chairman of the anniversary com-
mittee. Dr. Julius Mark is senior
rabbi.

People count up the faults of
those who keep them waiting. —
French proverb.

MRS. WILLIAM GOODMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Stein, of
Pontiac announce the recent mar-
riage of their daughter Sandra to
William Goodman, son of Mrs.
Helen Goodman of Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park. The couple is
residing on Northgate Blvd.

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