Jeffrey ' Golrlings Visit
Bermuda on Honeymoon
Cominc, to Detroit
Natan Shaham, one of Israel's
leading playwrights and authors,
will be in the Detroit area Tues-
day through Thursday, including in
his itinerary a talk on "Socialist
Humanism in Israel," 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the Jewish Center.
Shaham holds five literary
prizes, has had nine plays produc-
ed on stage in Israel and abroad
and has published 12 novels. Since
last year, he has served as deputy
chairman of the board of gover-
nors, State Broadcasting Authority
On Wednesday evening, Shaham
will meet with Israeli students at
the Center, and Thursday evening
he will be at the University of
Michigan. Shaham, who repre-
sents Israeli leftists circles, hopes
to present Israel's case while es-
tablishing contact with leftists in
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"'ANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a meeting in the
form of a membership oneg Shabat
12:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Cell Janover, 30578 Southfield,
Southfield. Mildred Weiss, past
president of Pioneer Women Coun-
cil, will be guest speaker. Refresh.
ments will be served, and guests
• • *
MRS. JEFFREY GOLDING
In a Sunday ceremony at Cong.
Adas Shalom, Deborah Ann Wil-
lens was married to Jeffrey M.
The couple is honeymooning in
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Willens of Apple-
ridge Ln., Birmingham, and Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Golding of
Southfield Rd., Southfield.
The bride wore a princess-style
gown of mousseline de soie over
taffeta combined with rose-pat-
terned Alencon lace scattered
with seed pearls. Her head cov-
ering was a mantilla edged and
scattered with Alencon roses.
Attending the bride were Mar-
jorie Hirsch, sister of the bride,
Cherly Weisberg, Marlene Rose,
Elaine Mettler and Jill Goldman,
sister of the bridegroom.
Ushers included Mark Schwartz,
Jules Goldman, Michael Hirsch,
Barry Rosenbaum and Harold
Willens , brother of the bride .
shop . • .
for the look
YOUNG WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will have its
annual membership lunch 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Paul Begun, 22559 Avon Ln.,
Southfield. Decorator Ruth
Schwartz will speak. Guests are
• • •
Many things have to be said
FRANKLIN GROUP, Hadassah, scurely before they can be s
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at clearly. —Henry James. 1
the Echo Valley Apartments Club
House, Farmington. Mrs. Jerome
Kaufman, president, and Mrs.
Louis Schlossberg, vice president
of programing, will present a
panel of five women speaking on
racial and religious prejudices.
There will be a question-answer
period, and friends are invited.
* * *
RIVERCREST GROUP, Hadas-
sah, invites prospective members
to its opening meeting 12:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. San-
ford Ward, 28515 Tavistock Tr.,
* * *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Fannie Laufer,
25501 Briar, Oak Park, who will be
giving a buffet supper in honor of
Mrs. Norman Cottler.
TRE'DETROIT JEWIS BREWS
Habonim Youth Workshop Draws 45 Teens to Israel
NEW YORK—A year of work,
study and travel in Israel is in
store for 45 American and Cana-
dian Jewish youth; and on Satur-
day evening, the Labor Zionist
movement will bid farewell to the
teens who are members of the
Habonim Youth Workshop in Is-
Mrs. Bert Goldstein, former
president of Pioneer Women and
the wife of Dr. Israel Goldstein,
chairman of Keren Hayesod,
United Jewish Appeal, will talk on
Merrillwood Mall Bldg.
(top of the escalator)
"Meet your friends for coffee"
Open Thurs. till 9 p.m.
the need for American Jewish
youth to spend time working in
Israel and living on the land of
the Jewish state.
LAMPS & SHADES
MADE TO ORDER
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
Corner 10 Mile
I LETTER BOX
Attacks ADL Study
on Sex Education
SHADES OF ORANGE
AND GREEN. SIZES 6-14.
Editor, The Jewish News:
What in the name of its purpose
does Anti-Defamation League have
in mind with its widely publicized
attack on the opponents of sex edu-
cation in the public schools as con-
spirators of the John Birch per-
Instead of sticking to its knit-
ting, performing the functions for
which the community supports it,
namely, protection of the Jewish
' community against unwarranted
aspersions and attacks, it seems
to be dissipating its energies much
like Don Quixote, tilting at wind-
Community support for ADL,
purportedly an arm of Bnai Brith,
is based only on its primary pur-
pose. It is not intended to be a
;gadfly of liberalism or any other
We have enough troubles taking
care of our own without getting
involved in matters which, while
I possibly of primary interest to a
great many people, are not, by
definition, Jewish problems.
33 E. Adams.
For either a "School In" or a "Work In"
The installation of officers will
highlight today's 8:30 p.m. service
at The New Temple. Howard L.
Green will be installed as presi-
dent, along with Gerald L. Freed-
man and Howard B. Packman,
Richard Hendin, director of the
religious school, will outline the
guidelines of The New Temple's
religious education program and
discuss in detail its aims and goals.
there's great excitement in this group of
separates from SPORTEMPOS. So have a "Look
We learn from experience that
men never learn anything from ex-
perience. —George Bernard Shaw.
101/2 Mile at Greenfield, Lincoln Center, Oak Park
Large Selection of
Modern Lamps and
Shades in Stock.
We Clean Lamp Shades
New Temple to Install
Officers at Services
Fashions for Women
"Friday, September 5, 1969-29