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May 15, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-15

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NEWS

Barbara Gold Married
UJA Executive Chairman to Address at Cong. Adds Shalom,

Regional Young Leadership Parley

Rabbi Herbert Friedman, exec-
utive chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, will make a major
address to young community lead-
ers from the east central states at
the Regional
Young Leader-
ship Conference
in Detroit May
22-24.
Rabbi Fried-
man will speak
at the dinner ses-
sion May 23 at
the Statler Hilton
t
on the role of
young leaders in
Friedman
the future of
their communities.
Chairman of the evening is
Michael A. Pelavin of Flint, gen- i
eral chairman of the conference. 1
Samuel Haber, executive vice-
chairman of the joint distribution
committee, will speak at a Sunday
morning breakfast meeting.
Dr. David Weinstein, president
of the College of Jewish Studies, '
Chicago, is keynote speaker Fri-

Levine-Lage Betrothal
Announced in Alinnesota

day

evening at the opening of the
meeting. Thomas I. Klein, chair-
man of the Young Leadership
Institute here, is chairman for
the evening.
James H. Nobil, of Akron, chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet, and
Henry J. Goodman of Cleveland.
chairman of the committee on
leadership development of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, will speak at the
opening session.
Both the cabinet and the council
are co-sponsors of the conference
with Detroit's Young Leadership
Institute and the junior division
of the Jewish Welfare Federation.
Sunday workshop sessions will
conclude the conference. Joel Tau-
ber will chair the closing summary
meeting.
Serving on the conference com-
mittee from Detroit are Klein, as-
sociate general chairman; Tauber,
program chairman; and Barry
Yaker, associate program chair-
man.
Alan E. Schwartz, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation, is a
member of the general committee.
Detroit members of the hospi-
tality and arrangements commit-
tee are Air. and Airs. David Page,
chairman; Air. and Airs. Allan
Nachman, associate chairman;
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jackier;
Mrs. Thomas I. Klein; Mr. and
Mrs. Aiichael Madden; Mrs. Joel
Tauber; and Mrs. Barry Yaker.

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In a recent candlelight ceremony
at Cong. Adas Shalom, Barbara
Ruth Gold was married to Jerome
Allan Lewis. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Gold of Westover
Rd., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lew Lewis of Greenfield Rd.,
Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of satin
peau fashioned with a high ring
collar, f it t ed bodice, Camelot
sleeves and detachable funnel
train, all with imported Alencon
lace trim. The bouffant veil of
imported illusion was secured by
a jeweled Alencon lace headpiece.
The bride carried a cascade of
orchids over her mother's wedding
Bible.
Mrs. Marvin Newman, of Wil-
liamsville, N.Y., sister of the
bridegroom, served as matron of
honor. -Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Alan Adler, Mrs. Paul Gold of
Carrboro, N.C., Linda Lerman,
Leah
Krauss and Mrs. Lawrence
BIRNHOLTZ -WINKELMAN: At
Millman.
a recent wedding ceremony at
Barry
S. Levine served as best
Cong. Bnai Moshe, Susan B. Win-
kelman became the bride of San- man. Ushers were Barry Grant,
ford B. Birnholtz. Rabbis Benjamin Marvin Newman, Paul Gold,
Gorelick and Moses Lehrman and brother of the bride, Richard Burn-
Cantors Joseph Birnholtz and Louis stein, Lawrence Milman, Joel Gar-
Klein officiated. Parents of the field, and Alan Adler.
After a honeymoon cruise from
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Winkelman of Jackson and Cantor New York to Nassau, the couple
and Airs. Joseph Birnholtz of Oak is residing in Southfield.
Park Blvd., Oak Park. The bride
wore a gown and veil of organza
and Venise lace. It featured a high
neckline, long sheer embroidered
bishop sleeves and a satin corded
empire waist. Maid of honor was
The chorus of the Music Study
Marilyn Birnholtz, and brides- Club will present its annual con-
maids were Elana Cutler, Judy cert 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Englander, Sherry Knazen and Southfield Civic Center Auditorium.
Laurie Stein. Steven Ceresnie
Director Don Frohman has
served as best man, and ushers chosen a program of works by
were Arthur Fine, Kaywin Good- Clokey, Moussorgsky, Miller, Bar-
man, Robert Solomon and Ronald
Sussman. Also included in the wed-
ding party were the bride's grand-
mothers, Mrs. Minnie Stern and
Mrs. Ida Winkelman. Mark Birn-
holtz served as ring bearer, and
Felice Spinrad as flower girl. The
couple will reside in Ann Arbor. I

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lage of
Audubon, Minn., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Dee
Ann, to Capt. Stephen R. Levine,
son of Mr. and Airs. Kenneth Le-
vine of Berkley Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Lage is a gradua te of
Moorehead State College. Capt.
Levine attended Eastern Michigan
University, has completed two
tours of duty in Vietnam and is
currently serving with the U.S.
Army Recruiting Command in In-
dianapolis.
A summer wedding is planned.



Singles to Tee Off
at Putt-Putt Course

The Single Adult Group of the
Jewish Center will meet for minia-
ture golf 3 p.m. Sunday at the
miniature golf course on Seven
Mile and Greenfield Rds. T h e
group will go out to dinner after-
ward.
On Tuesday, they will show the
movie "The Last Angry Man" 8:30
p.m. at the Jewish Center. Re-
freshments and a social will fol-
low. There is a nominal charge.

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Cong. Beth Achim officiated. Par-
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Airs. Morris Krawitz of Carmona
Ave., Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Abramowitz of Philadel-
phia. The bride wore a short lace
dress with a shoulder-length veil.
She carried a bouquet of sweet-
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Closed Mondays

Music Study Chorus
Schedules Concert

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

26—Friday, May 15, 1970

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SHAYE-ANDERSSON: R o be rt
Shaye, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
M. Shaye of Lake Hills Dr., Frank-
lin, was married in New York
City . to Eva Lindsten Andersson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uno
Andersson of Tronninge, Sweden.
The Shayes are on a three-week
trip to the Cannes Film Festival.
On their return they will make
their home in New York City.

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The chorus will be accompanied
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of the chorus. Assisting artist is
Theodore Baskin, oboist, who has
won many competitions and is at
present studying at the Curtis In-
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