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December 24, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-24

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THE DETROff JEWISH NEWS
Frislory, December 24, 1971-25
Nassau Trip Follows
Leebove-Wetsman.Rites NCJW Dismayed at Veto of Child Care Plan

5

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Judith Viorst, the witty poet and
columnist whose sYndinaled news-
paper articles are known_to Detroit
readers, Will deli
ver the thir
Town Hall Series
lecture spo
by Shaarey Zede
' Sisterhood 10
a.m. Jan. 5 at the
synagogue. H e
speech will
preceded by con-
tinental brea k-
fast, planned by
► ocial chairman - Mrs, Viorst
Mrs. Lawrence Gubow. Contribut-
ing editor to Redbook Magazine,
Mrs. Viorst has written three vol-
umes of poetry, "The Village
Square," "It's Hard to Be Hip
Over Thirty" and her most recent,
"People and Other Aggravations."
She is the wife of political colum-
nist Milton Viorst. Admission to
the event is by series ticket ob-
tained through ticket chairman
Mrs. Leslie Mandel,. 557-7377, or
co-chairmen Mrs. Israel Elpern,
355-5843, and Mrs. Harvey Stein,
3534530. By advance reservation,
a sitter--service is available for
children_ 3 and older. General
chairman of the Town Hall Series
is Mrs. David Kliger. Book con-
sultant is. Mrs. Jay Golub. Sister-
hood president is Mrs. Murray
Shekter.
* a *
ACHIEZER will hold a Hanuka
games night 8:30 p.m. Dec. 29 at
the home of Mrs. David Cohen,
24511 Harding, Oak Park. (Mrs.
Eugene Kraus and Mrs. Ephraim
Spero will be eo-hoitesses. Toys
can be purchased for shipment to
Achiezer children in Israel.
Friends are welcome.
* a *
DAVID - HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Sam Kreisler, 19435 Votrobeck.



LADIES OF YESH1VATH BETH
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a lunch- -
%eon meeting noon Wednesday at
Cong. Bnai Israel; Mrs. Leo Laufer
wilhbe honored on her recovery
from her recent illness.
* *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
the Zionist Cultural Center. Re-
freshments will be served by Mrs.
Morris Alter and Estelle Alter.
Husbands are invited. Plans are
being made for the 41st dinner-
dance Jan. 16. Guests are invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. Meyer-
Nitzkin, 546-2955,
* *
OAKFIELD CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT is sponsoring a
children's theater party 1:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, at the Berkley Theater.
The movies will be "Pinocchio in
Outer Space." There is an admis-
sion charge. For information, call
Ellen Taub, 557-7539 or Frida
Taub, 557-7913.

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The Rush Is On

The Jewish News cautions
all who wish to submit copy
for publication that the holi-
day rush is slowing down
delivery of all mail. Noon
Monday deadlines must be
met, so either mall early or
hand deliver.

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD Lecture Series program
chairman Mrs. Otto Wertheimer
announces reservations are being
taken for an open rehearsal of the
Detroit Symphony 2 p.m. Jan. 19
at Ford Auditorium. Prof. Jason
nekton, musical director of Tem-
ple Beth El, will lecture about the
concert 11 a.m. in the temple,
followed by noon luncheon. Trans-
portation will be provided from the
temple to the rehearsal. For tick-
ets, call the temple, TR 5-3580.
*
WOMEN OF THE JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND President Mrs.
Frank Silverman announces a
board Meeting will be held noon
Tuesday at the Zionist Cultural
Center. Dessert luncheon will be
served. Mrs. William Levin, fund-
raising chairman, asks board
members to bring their donor
monies to the meeting. Hostesses
are Mesdames Joseph Stalburg,
-Louis Cooper and Leo Laufer. The
donor tea will be held noon Jan.
18 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. For
information, call the JNF office.
968-0820.
• • •
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile area)
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Morris Green-
span, 23460 Elaine, Oak Park.
MRS. STUART GOODSTEIN
In a recent ceremony at Cong. Rabbi B'etzalel Gottlieb will speak.
* * *
Shaarey Zedek, Gail Ann Goldman,
MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
Goldman, of Whitmore Dr., Oak day at the bane of Mrs. Julius
Park, was married to Dr. Stuart Silverman, 18877 Medford, Birm-
Goodstein, son of Dr. and Mrs: ingham, 646-0004. Friends are in-
Joseph Goodstein, of Bellwood Dr., vited. Refreshments will be served.
Southfield. Rabbi Irwin Groner offi-
ciated, along with cantors Jacob PYTHIAN SISTERS will install
Barkin and Jacob Sonenklar.
new officers 8 p.m. Jan. 5 at the
The bride wore a satin gown, new meeting hall, 2717 Coolidge,
trimmed in Alencon lace and car- Berkley. The officers are: Most
ried her mother-in-law's wedding excellent chief, Gertrude Trager;
Bible amid a .bouquet of roses. past chief, Alice Levine; senior,
Mrs. Kenneth Sigel served her Ann Schubb; junior, Betty Wein-
sister as matron of honor. Brides- garden; manager, Ruth Goldman;
maids included Mrs. Michael Gold- secretary, Cecile Smith; treas-
man and Deborah Bohm. Dr. Ar- urer, Lil Lowenthal; protector,
nold Gartner 'served as best man, Fay Schwartz; and guard, Ethel
while ushers included Michael Lichten.
Goldman, brother of the bride,
Kenneth Sigel and Dr. Martin OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
Levy.
-
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
After a honeymon in HaWaii and p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Las Vegas,-the newlyweds will re- Toby Ginsburg, 24241 Westhamp-
side in Southfield. ton, Oak Park.

Goodstein-Goldman
Rims at Shaarev Zedek

NEW YORK — The National
Council of Jewish Women has ex-
pressed "dismay" at President
Nixon's veto of the Child Care
Plan.
Mrs. Earl Marvin, president of
the NCJW, spoke on behalf of the
NCJW 's 100,000 members who re-
cently surveyed the needs and -con-
ditions of day care throughout the
country. "This survey revealed the
drastic needs for greatly increased
day care provisions for the nation's
preschool children, due to an in-

Skepticism is the chastity of
the intellect. —George Santayana.

I WHY WORRY

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MRS. MARK LEEBOVE

In a Sunday noon ceremony at
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Carol
Sue Wetsman was married to Mark
Leebove. Rabbis Irwin Groner and
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
Orbach, officiated.
Miss Wetsthaa is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Wetscnan
of Stratford Ct., Southfield. Mr.
Leebove is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Leebove of Rock
Ledge Dr., Farmington.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the couple will reside in
Southfield.
The bride wore an English net
and Guipure lace gown with
athedral train and a Spanish full-
ength mantilla with matching
English net and lace.
Mrs. Ronald Meyerson of Tucson
erred as matron of honor. The
ridesmaids were Mrs. Kenneth
filler, the bridegroom's sister;
Mrs. William Sable; ,Mrs. Robert
Grossman; Margie Steinberg; Patti
Rogers; and Kathleen Willis.
Richard Leebove, the bride-
groom's brother, served as best
man. The ushers were Dr. Herman
Wetsman, the bride's brother;
Gary Leebove, the bridegroom's
rother; Kenneth Miller; Steven
Weiss; Steven Cohen; and Marc
Schwartzberg.

creasing financial neceessity for
most households to have two work-
ing members," she said.

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