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October 02, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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Helen Lefkowitz to Wed
Izzy Youngewirth-"

Hillel Benefit
Starring King,
Aliza Kashi

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
//bier, October 2, 1970-39

Leila Leibowitz to Wed
MichaelHughEidelman

Rumor and music will be brought
by two entertainers, 8 p.m. Oct.
25 when "An Evening with Allan
King and Aliza Kashi is presented
at Ford Auditorium on behalf of
Hillel Day School.
King is a humorist of inter-
national note. Miss Kashi, who is
from Israel, sings in Hebrew and
five other languages.
Tickets may be obtained from
Hillel Day School, 32200 Middle-
belt, Farmington, 851-2394.

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At a recent cocktail party in New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lef-
kowitz of Templar Cir., Southfield,
announced the engagement of their
daughter Helen to Izzy Younge-
wirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Youngewirth of Brooklyn.
The bride-elect attends Oakland
Community College. Her fiance is
a student at Bernard Baruch Col-
lege in N.Y.
They plan to marry in January.

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Marilyn Lederer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Lederer of
Meadowlane Dr., Southfield, was
married recently to Richard Siegel
at Temple Emanu-El.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sherwin Siegel of Skokie,
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Following a honeymoon in Ber-
muda, the couple is residing in
Ann Arbor where Mr. Siegel at-
tends law schooL

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GERALD D. KRAUSE has been
named to head Connecticut Mutual
Life's Detroit agency, Suite 900,
One Northland Plaza, Southfield.
Krause joined the Detroit agency
as supervisor in 1966 after ex-
perience in life insurance sales and
sales management. As a Connecti-
cut Mutual Life associate he has
won the National Quality Award,
qualified for the Conservation Club
and has received the President's
Honorary Award as leading super
visor in 1968 and 1969. Krause, his
wife and two daughters live in
Birmingham. He is a member of
the Jewish Center and the Jewish
,Parents Institute.
• • •

MISS LEILA LEIBOWITZ

Mr. and Mrs. David Leibowitz
of Meadowlane Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Leila Susan to Michael
jiugh Eidelman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Eidelman, of Youngs-
town, 0.
Miss Leibowitz is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne
State University.
Her fiance received his bachelor
of science degree from Ohio State
University and attends the college
of medicine at Wayne.
An April wedding is planned.

Mishkin-Galin Troth
Announced in Miami

GORDON'S KOSHER KITCHEN,
at Evergreen and Twelve Mile rd.,
fills the need for strictly kosher
delicatessen and home style Jew-
ish cooking in the community. Gor-
don's meets the demands for any
delicatessen, from a corned beef
sandwich to complete catered
trays. A wide variety of traditional
Jewish foods, including all the Fri-
day night favorites, are cooked
daily and can be ordered for any
occasion. Gordon's-Kosher Kitchen
is under the supervision of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis.
• • •
INVITATIONS BY HATTIE
SCHWARTZ, presenting new fall
invitations, including elegant,
"mod" and the finest engraved.
Guest list scrolls, embossers, co-
ordinated party accessories,
Sweet Sixteen and shower favors
and gift wrapping supplies are a
MISS WENDY MISHKIN
few highlights of Hattie's new fall
line. Distinctive script addressing
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. MiRlilrin
is available to customers. For per- of Miami Beach announce the en-
sonalized service, call 356-8563.
gagement of their daughter Wendy
• • •
Gale, to Clark David Galin, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Louis I. Galin of
Metropolitan
Southfield Rd., Southfield.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
A public open house is being held the University of Pennsylvania's
at all 10 offices of Metropolitan school of dental medicine.
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
Her fiance is in his junior year
ciation.
at Indiana University's school of
The month-long event is being dentistry. A University of Detroit

Savings
Holding Open House

held in celebration of the merger graduate, he is a member of Alpha
of Guardian Savings and Loan Omega dental fraternity.
A December wedding is being
Association with Metropolitan Fed-
planned.
eral, effective Oct. 1.

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The open house will feature spe-
cial prizes for visitors as well as
coffee, cider and donuts. A color
television set and AM-FM portable
radios will be given away at.,each
office.
Metropolitan Federal has four
offices in the Northwest Detroit,

Oak Park and Huntington Woods
areas. They are at Seven Mile and
Evergreen, Seven Mile and Tracey,
22180 Greenfield and 25555
Coolidge.

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• ctivities

HARRY. B. KEIDAN LODGE
will present former Michigan Gov-
ernor Judge John B. Swainson
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Northland
Inn. Introduced by Judge Charles
Kaufman, Swainson will speak
about drugs. Teen-age children end
wives of members are invited. A
social hour will follow.
• • •
MORGENTHAU CHAPTER has
openings for the monthly noon
Thursday bridge league beginning
Oct 8 at the Carlyle Towers party
room. Included are gifts and re-
freshments. For information, con-
tact Either Pastor, 724$ St. Au-
burn, Birminghatp,-851-2075.

Popular Information
Nothing could be more irra-
tional than to give the people
power, and to withhold from them
information without which power
is abused. A people who mean to
be •their own governors must arm
themselves with power which
knowledge gives. A popular gov-
ernment without popular informa-
tion or the means of acquiring it
is but a prologue to a farce or a
tragedy, or perhaps both.—James
He who is only wise lives a sad
'Madison. .
life.—Voltaire.

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