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November 24, 1995 - Image 164

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-24

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ome Jewish book fairs are ing from a reader's letter. "You
remembered for the fabu- don't have to be perfect to have
lous speakers or over- a good marriage."
whelming attendance. The
Dr. Wallerstein added, "A
44th annual Jewish Book Fair, happy marriage is not always a
held the last two weeks at the carefree marriage." She also
Jewish Community Centers, will said there are conflicts in a hap-
be remembered because of py marriage, and there are many
Yitzhak Rabin's assassination. types of happy marriages.
Many of the authors began their
Irene Schumer of Bloom-
speeches with a eulogy; some lit field Hills came to the lecture not
yahrtzeit candles.
only to hear Dr. Wallerstein's in-
According to co-chair-
sights, but to see her
men Sandy Zeskind
close friend. Mrs.
and Andi Wolfe, the
Schumer and Dr.
mood was somber at
Wallerstein went to
times, but the book fair
Hunter College togeth-
experienced a steady
er. They were both
turnout. "We held onto
members of Avukah, a
the Jewish philosophy.
student Zionist organi-
We proceeded with a
zation. About the lec-
source of continuation, CARLA S CHWARTZ ture, Mrs. Schumer
LO CAL
not forgetting, but con-
remarked, "She brings
COLU MNIST
tinuing to go on with
her heart as well as a
life," said Ms. Zeskind.
scholarly approach."
On the final Sunday morning
of the fair, more than 50 adults B & P WOMEN
attended the lecture by Judith
The Ruach, Hatikvah and Ris-
Wallerstein, author of The hon sections of the Business and
Good Marriage: How and Why Professional Women's Division
Love Lasts. The audience lis- of the 1996 Allied Jewish Cam-
tened intently to this clinical psy- paign will meet 6 p.m. Thursday,
chologist's observations on Nov. 30, at the home of Florine
interviewing 50 happy couples. Mark. A light supper precedes
She began her speech by quot- the 6:45 meeting with guest
speaker Freda Keet.
Ms. Keet is one of Is-
rael's foremost broad-
casters. Her
interviews on the na-
tional radio service
provide an intimate
view of Israeli life.
Some of the orga-
nizers include: Kathy
Wilson-Fink, Doris
Blechman, Sandy
Shipper, Barbara
Goldstein, Tammi
Gorosh, Debbie
Levin, Hadas
Bernard, Judith
Irene Schumer, Judith Wallerstein
Goldner, Norma Harpaz,

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