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June 17, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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FMN

Susan &Hafer Sets
Winter Wedding

JWV Activities

Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN AUXILIARY r e c e n t l y
serviced the USO at the Veter-
ans Memorial Bldg., under the
chairmanship of .Jo Goldstein.
Assisting her were Shirley
Goldstein, Seema Fischel, Sylvia
Kalter, Belle Baker, Rita Dan-
iels, Sylvia Leider, Ann Mervis,
and Selma Apel. Mrs. William
Sniderman, retiring president
of the Auxiliary, was honored
at a luncheon at Jeri's, when
she was presented with a gift
of silver. Mrs. Albert Rosen,
newly-elected Department pres-
ident, named .Mrs. Sniderman
as Ann Arbor Hospital chair-
man.
* * *
At the JWV BOWLING
LEAGUE's thirteenth annual
MISS SUSAN SCHLAFER
banquet recently at Temple Is-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard rael; outgoing president, Paul
Schlafer, of 24060 Moritz, Oak Epstein, was awarded a plaque
which was imbedded an
Park, announce the engagement in
eight day clock. The Bowling
of their daughter, Susan Fern, League's
"Jewish War Veterans'
to Frederick Schatz, son of Mr. Man of the Year Award was
and Mrs. Maurice Schatz, of presented to Alfred B. Bricker,
19768 Ardmore.
Department of Michigan adju-
Mr. Schatz is a graduate of tant and first vice president of
the University of Michigan, the Memorial Home. The newly
where he was affiliated with elected president is William
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. A Geer.
* * *
Dec. 26 wedding is planned.
At .a meeting of CHARLES &
AARON KOGAN AUXILIARY
Vladimiritzer Plans Outing to be held at the home of Mari-
Vladimiritzer Emergency Re- lyn Epstein, 22120 Church, Oak
lief Organization will hold a Park, plans will be discussed
picnic on June 26 at Stoepel for the games party planned for
Park No. 2, Evergreen at Outer July 14, at the J.W.V. Memorial
Dr., it is announced by co- Home, and a swimming party
chairmen P. Rossen, N. J. Ros-
* * *
sen and I. Waron. For infor-
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
mation, call P. Rossen, BR. POST and AUXILARY will
hold its closing meeting at 7:30
2-6023.
p.m. Tuesday, when a cook-out
-will be held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Oppen-
ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
heim, 13341 Woodvale, Oak
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
Park. Entertainment and games
and His Entertainment
Specialty —
will follow supper, according to
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
Ralph Epstein, Post commander
KE 8-129 1 and Mrs. Jack Iden, Auxiliary
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president.

Sheri Caen Wears
Gown of Tradition

PW Council Schedules All-Day Conference.

The Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women will hold its year-
end All-Day Conference this
Monday, in the Hayim Green-
berg C e n t e r, announces Mrs.
Sam Wasserman, Council pres-
ident.
Each of the 17 local chap-
ters will send five accredited
delegates and three alternates
to evaluate and plan organiza-
tional .policy and to consider
changes in policy.
Registration begins at 9:30
a.m., according to Mrs. Gerson
Berris, chairman of the morn-

For the
Perfect Affair .. .

.

Meisner Agency
in New Quarters

MRS. RICHARD JAFFA

ing session. Registrars are Mes-
dames Herman Kanter and
Frank Rath. Reports will be
given by Mesdames Milton
Weiss and Harry Mondry, vice-
presidents of organization and
education.
The afternoon session, follow-
ing a luncheon adjournment,
will be chaired by Mrs. Norman
Kanter. Recommendations will
be heard from Mesdames Nor-
man Leemon and Saul R o s e,
executive vice - president a n d
vice-president of funds.

Meisner Insurance Agency
this week announced the re-
moval of its offices to new and
more spacious quarters at 16038
W.- McNichols. The agency
writes all forms of property and
liability insurance, as well as
bonds, and is general agent for
Indianapolis Life Insurance Co.
The move was prompted by
a need for more space follow-
ing the addition of new per-
sonnel for the expanding
agency.
Gordon R. Meisner, owner of
the agency, is a graduate of the
Detroit College of Law, and
was formerly with the Internal
Revenue Service prior to en-
tering the insurance field.
Associated with Meisner is
David M. Lippitt, who has a
varied background in account-
ing. Clients, friends and the
public is invited to visit the
agency's new offices.

Mickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

UN 3-3737

A candlelight satin brocade
gown worn by her mother for
X PLASTIC_ FURNITURE gi
her own wedding was chosen
COVERS
for the marriage of Sheri Linda
MADE TO ORDER •
Colen to Richard Stewart Jaffa,
or READY MADE •
in a candlelight ceremony,
CALL
ANNA KARBAL
Thursday, in Temple Israel. Dr.
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Leon Fram and Rabbi M. Rob-
ert Syme officiated. -
The gown was fashioned with
a slender molded waistline, and
the shirred pouf long sleeves
were tapered over her wrists.
The bouffant skirt, ornamented
by the floral motif scattered
over the entire dress, belled in
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a complete success. •

spreading to a cathedral train.
• Delicious Food—Dinnerware •

Excellent Service
Parents of the couple are Mr.



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Mrs. Harry Jaffa, of Oak Dr.
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Maid of honor was Judi Colen,
the bride's sister, 'while the
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Bridesmaids were Arlene Mit-
Photography by
tleman, of Flint, Susan David-
son, of Hicksville, Long Island,
Specializing in -
Weddings"
N.Y., Barbara Burke and Bar-
Quality 8 Service
*-
bara Rothstein.
Bar. Mitzvahs.,
James Joffa, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man, while
Natural Color
ushers were Paul Borman,
Specialist
Commercial
Julius Finegold, Ronald Rogers,
T. H. Grant Opens
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Melvin Kaftin and Ronald Kane,
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
New Diamond Salon of Huntington Woods.
A dinner reception followed
T. H. Grant announces the
opening of his new Diamond the ceremony. After a honey-
Representing the
Salon, specializing in diamonds moon trip through New York,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
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and fine jewel-
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James Couzens
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and . ... SHOWS
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Ted Grant, a
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native Detroit-
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designer.
frigerator.
He has'lectured on television,
Because her present refrig-
and has won many awards for erator brake and will cost much
and Orchestra UN 4-9485
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jewelry.
Market
worth, any model in working
order is being sought, according
OUR MEATS AND POULTRY ARE GOVERNMENT
to Mrs. Israel Notis and Mrs.
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The woman lives in the Dex-
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