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September 10, 1965 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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Albert Gladner Takes
Shade Remeny as Bride

MRS. ALBERT GLADNER

Sharie Ann Remeny became the
bride of Albert Jonathan Gladner
in an evening ceremony Sunday at
Temple Israel, where Rabbis Leon
Fram and M. Robert Syme and
Cantor Harold Orbach officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Remeny of
Shrewsbury Rd., Farmington, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gladner of
Dansville, N. Y.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza, designed with a high-
rise waist, and the bodice had
cap sleeves and a shallow, scoop
neckline trimmed with imported
Swiss flowers, continuing down
the front of the A-line skirt to the
hemline. A chapel-length train
was accented at the waist with
a bow. Her veil of silk illusion
was held by a bow of silk organza
centered with a rosebud trimmed
in pearls, and she carried a nose-
gay of Stephanotis.
Matrons of honor were Mrs. Ira
Carmen and Mrs. Frederick Gold-
berg. Felice Pershin and Nancy
Kander were bridesmaids, and
flower girls were Gail and Amy
Carmen.
Best man was Gerald Krieger;
ushers were Jerry Share, Douglas
Remeny and Jeffery Zussman.
Following a Toronto and New
York City honeymoon, the couple
will live on Greenfield Rd.

Parents Without Partners
to Open Season With Talk
by Circuit Judge Burdick

Neshkes-Reiner Troth Israeli Champs, Detroit Team to Play
Scheduled for May 28 in Exhibition Soccer Match at U. of D.

Parents Without Partners will
hold its first meeting of the season
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
Center. Circuit Court Judge Benj-
amin Burdick will speak on "Child
Support."
All meetings of the group are
open to widowed or divorced men
and women under age 35. There
is a nominal admission charge for
non-members.
In addition to meetings, held the
second and fourth Tuesday of each
month, the group has other activi-
ties such as bowling, the ater
parties, coffee-discussions and a
monthly parent-child activity.
For information, call president
Annette Kravetz, 835-2410, or
Norma Wollack, publicity director,
LI 7-0978.

Sagas-Schwartz Troth
Is Announced Here

number of sports leaders in the
community. Detroit youth in par-
ticular will have the opportunity
to see an Israeli team in action.
Part of the proceeds will go toward
youth athletics at the Jewish
Center.
A reception honoring the ath-
letes and open to the public,
will be held 8:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at
the Zionist Cultural Center, spon-
soerd by the Zionist Organization
of Detroit. Refreshments will be

A soccer snatch between the
Hapoel Petah Tikva of Israel, lead-
ing team in Europe, and Detroit's
Carpathia Kickers will be held
8:15 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Univer-
sity of Detroit Stadium.
Through the efforts of Max
Sheldon, the match will draw a

served.
Tickets to the match are avail-

able at the Jewish Center and U.
of D. There is a reduced rate for
students.

Music the Stein-Way

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DICK STEIN

MISS JOANN NESHKES

Miss Sake Engaged
to Douglas Pierce

At a recent family dinner, the
engagement of JoAnn Neshkes to
Murray E. Remer was announced.
Parents of the couple are Mr. Alex
Neshkes of Ardmore Ave. and the
late Mrs. Gertrude Neshkes, and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Remer of To-
ledo.
A May 28 wedding is planned.

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Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Lyric: the Song of
MISS CONSTANCE SAKE
Songs," 14th of a series of conver-
sations between Pulitzer Prize-win-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Sake of ning poet Mark Van Doren and
Shrewsbury Rd. announce the author Maurice Samuel on the
engagement of their daughter poetry of the Bible.
Constance Joy to Douglas Frede-
* * *
rick Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Milton J. Pierce of Timberlane
Time 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Rd., Southfield.
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
A March 12 wedding is being
Feature: "A Day oof Hebrew," a
planned.
discussion
in which Dr. Morton
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ish Center, and Asher Tarmon, who
arrived recently from Israel to
take over the Center's cultural pro-
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gramming, view an exhibit of mod-
3t; ern Hebrew in action.
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "What I Saw in Poland
and Russia," featuring Rabbi Jacob
K. Shankman of Temple Israel,
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New Rochelle, N. Y.
A DAY WHEN I WILL
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UPLIFT THU AND
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Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
Feature: Part II of "Self Help—
It
The Better Day?" a panel discus-
3t; sion with Fr. John Dietrich of the
Maryknoll Fathers, Harold Berke
ti of the Jewish Welfare Federation
and former Peace Corps worker
Jeffrey Jenks.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Sagas
of Hubbell Ave. announce the
-engagement of their daughter
Diane Cheryl to Ronald Allen
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Schwartz of Hessel Ave.
A March 27 wedding is planned.

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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rozanoff of
Pinehurst Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ilene
to Howard L. Lazar, son of Mrs.
Ann Lazar of Sussex Ave. A De-
cember wedding is planned.

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EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BY PLANTING A TREE IN ISRAEL

A most sincere and significant method of wishing

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Fresh Air Elects
Board of Directors

Dr. Peter G. Shifrin, president,
your Friends and Relatives
announced the election of the fob-
lowing to the Fresh Air Society
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
It board of directors:
is by planting a tree in Israel, in their honor.
I. Irving Bittker, Sam-
3tE uel Mesdames
Chapin, Arnold E. Frank, Law-
This unusual New Year Greeting will be truly cherished
3t; rence Seltzer, Victor Shiffman,
Emil T. Stern and Asher Tilchin.
Each Tree Certificate — $2.00
Also Ivan Boesky, Dr. Ben Gutow,
Miles Jaffe, Robert Kasle, Sol
It Kurtzman, David Mondry, Arthur
LET ISRAEL ENJOY YOUR SIMCHAS TOO
Rodecker, Robert Steinberg, Dr.
.It, Marcus Sugarman, Robert Trepeck
and Norman Wachler.
MAIL OR PHONE YOUR ORDER — WE WILL DO THE REST
Re-elected were A. Arnold Ag-
ree, Jay W. Allen, Harvey A. Gor-
don, Mrs. Samuel Rands, Harold
Weiss, and Sidney J. Winer.

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