Judy If "ell, David Siegel
Unittyl in ..11arriage
R OS(Ilyll Lanskv
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of Peter B. Bern tsep
THE BEAUTY PART, S. J.
Perelman's comedic farce, opens
at the University of Detroit's
Theater 113, 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
C l ubs
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPH A
OMEGA's newly elected officer
arc: Marian Williams, presiden t;
Louise Bittker, president - elec t;
Joan Plotnik, vice president; Ren a
Failer, treasurer; and Joanne Zur
off, Linda Dobrusin and Rene e
Schreibman, secretaries. Electe d
to the board of directors are
Joyce Gottlieb, Sally Kaufman
Geraldine Kraus, Elaine Laker
Peggy LaKind, Joan Millstone
Lois Posner, Sybil Mintz, Marcia
Shapiro, Beverly Share, Miriam
Shaw, Gail Smoler, Charlotte Tess-
ler, Liz Warnik, Rose Berman,
Carol Bloom, Marcia Blume, Linda
Brodsky, Jo Gilbert and Irene
MRS. DAVID SIEGEL
At a recent candlelight ceremony
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel,
Judy Lynn Weil and David Barry
Siegel were married by Rabbi
Sherwin T. Wine.
The parents of the bride are Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Weil of Manistee
Ave., Oak Park. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Major
Siegel of Woodstock Ave.
- The bride's gown, a wool and
silk double crepe A-line sheath,
had long sleeves, a high neck and
triple horizontal bands of pearls
and scattered brilliants.
The headpiece, an empress toque
to match the gown, held a long,
cathedral, imported illusion veil.
The bride carried lilies.
Joanne Weil, her sister, was
maid of honor. The best man was
After a honeymoon in Venezuela,
the couple will reside in Detroit.
BETH JACOB SISTERHOOD
will conduct Sabbath services at
the Pontiac temple 5:30 p.m. April
16, when they will present a choral
reading, "Har El—the Mountain
of the Lord," adapted by Mrs.
Henry Winkelman. Accompanying
the group will be Mrs. Simon Mar-
oko, flute; Eli Maroko, trombone;
Stephen Miller, guitar; and Charles
Welford, clarinet. Members who
will take part in the program are
Mesdames Winkelman, Harry Arn-
koff, David Cohen, Herman Dick-
stein, Kenneth Dickstein, Jerome
Fanger, Joel Goldberg, Kenneth
Hoard, Malcolm Kahn, Cyril Kusel,
Julian Levine, Richard Levinson,
Paul Mandel, Jay Robinson, Robert
Sachs, Stuart Wayne and Edward
Ayalons to Star
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI-
ARY, American Legion, will hold
a special business meeting and
social 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Refresh-
ments and games are planned.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
International comedy stars the YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
Ayalons will- open the Shaare y BATH LEAGUE will hold a Hol
Zedek Sisterhood. major fund-rail- Hamoed Passover luncheon noon
ing event -"Israel Comes to Wom _ Tuesday at the home of Mrs. H.
en's World," 8 p.m. April 27 in the Smolinsky, 15241 Burton, Oak Park.
e - synagogue .Social _hall: The group Friends are invited.
t.- will perform in an Israeli night-
.,. club setting," -adjoining % an - Israeli-. JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
- style bazaar:
_'I . WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
Cited for their satire.; inipres,_ meet noon April 19 - at the home of
sions, dancing.. and - ._songs, the Mrs. Ann Barcles, 20565. Patton.
Ayalons have played at the Dun
es Mrs. Fannie Laufer, donOr chair-
man, Will discuss plans for the
Parents Not Too Old
.for Nursery Art Class
The Beth Hayeled (nursery
school and kindergarten) of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will hold its second
annual creative arts workshop for
- parents of young children 8:30
p.m. April 21 at the synagogue.
Mrs. Alva Dworkin, nursery
school consultant with the state
and former art teacher, will con-
duct the workshop, during which
parents • will "learn by doing"
many activities to try at home
with their own children.
Anyone interested is welcome.
Refreshments will be served.
Those interested in having their
child attend the nursery school or
kindergarten next fall may contact
Rosanne Gilson, head teacher, at
Las Vegas, the 'Waldorf Astoria
in New York and the Fontainebleu
in Miami Beach. The quartet has
given concerts in Carnegie and
'Philharmonic halls in New York
and in major halls throughout the
United States and Canada.
"Women's World" will continue ' Workmen's Circle
with other guests all day April 28.
General chairmen for the event are Will. Serve 3rd Seder
Mesdames Abe Katzman, Davis
The annual Workmen's Circle
Benson and Robert Brody. Israeli third seder will be held 7 p.m.
nightclub chairman is Mrs. Mar- April 16 at the Workmen's Circle
yin Fleischman. Center.
For tickets, call Mrs. Leonard
A program in Yiddish and Eng-
Baron, 353-3844, or Mrs. Gerald lish will be presented under the di-
rection of Mordecai Teiler, with
alumni of the Combined Jewish
Radomer Society to Meet Schools and Workmen's Circle
Radomer Aid Society will hold members participating
a business meeting 8:30 p.m. Tues-
A full-course Passover dinner
day at the Workmen's Circle Cen- will be served. For reservations,
ter.- Refreshments and games will call the WC Center, KE 7-5440, by
highlight the evening. Wednesday.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 9, 1971-37
! ! WHY WORRY I I
Leave Everything to Us
SAVE! • `' SAVE!
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
MRS. PETER BERNTSEN
Rosalyn Dee Lansky and Peter
Blaine Berntsen were united in
marriage in a recent ceremony
solemnized by Rabbi M. Robert
Syme at the Detroit Hilton Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Mandell Lansky of Ware-
ham Dr., Huntington Woods. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Berntsen of Madison,
The bride wore a dirndl-style
ecru gown of voile, with lace em-
broidery and a headpiece of Pha-
laenopsis orchids secured by a full-
length ecru silk illusion veil.
She carried a bouquet of orchids
and Stephanotis decorated with
Barbara Lansky served her sis-
ter as maid of honor. Mrs. Don-
ald Lansky and Karen Beresh
were the bridesmaids.
Terry Berntsen, brother of the
bridegroom, was the best man.
Erik Berntsen, another brother of
the bridegroom; Donald Lansky,
brother of the bride; Harland
Hogan of Madison and Thomas
Timlin of Tucson served as ushers.
The newlyweds are on their
honeymoon in Aruba, Dutch West
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WINKELMAN-BELL: Joan Mar
garet Bell became the bride of Dr.
Ned Z. Winkelman in a recent
ceremony in Philadelphia. Rabbi
David . H. `Vice of Cong. Rodeph
Shalom officiated. The newlyweds
are the children of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Bell of Wyncote, Pa., and
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Winkelman
of Birchcrest Ave. The bride wore
a silk satin gown with fitted bodice
and full skirt with cathedral train.
Alencon lace trimmed the neck-
line and long, fitted sleeves. A
cathedral-length veil, appliqued in
matching Alencon. lace, was at-
tached to a small crown of Alencon
flowers. Matron of honor was the
bride's sister, Mrs. Lewis Mendel-
son. The bridesmaids were Emily
Bell, sister of the bride, and the
bridegroom's sister, Harriet Win-
kelman. Dr. Jan Winkelman served
his brother as best man. Gary
Friedlander, Walter Spiller and the
bridegroom's brother, Eric Winkel-
man, were the ushers. After a
honeymoon to Montego Bay, Jama-
ica, the couple will reside in Yon-
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