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June 28, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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Karen Wiener Marries Desalted Water Pleases Levi Eshkol
Local Group Gives 2G Gift to AKIM HoquardDavidWinkler- TEL AVIV (JTA)—Prime Min- concerns the- use Of- nine -and - bro-
ister Levi Eshkol drank a glass

The Northwest , Child Rescue
Committee has donated $2,000 to
AKIM. the Israeli Association for
the Rehabilitation of the Mentally
Handicapped, Mrs. Milton Kogan
of Camden Sq., Southfield, a mem-
ber of the committee, was travel-
ing in Israel last summer when
she accidentally came across a
collection box for AKIM. Her in-
terest aroused, she went on to ob-
tain some information about the
organization.
Mrs. Kogan was shown the new
sheltered workshop of AKIM go-
ing up near Tel Aviv. Upon her
return home she aroused the in-
terest of the other member's of
the Northwest Child Rescue Com-
mittee and the result was the do-
nation, which will be used to fur-
nish a room for the medical in-
spection of the trainees of the
sheltered workshop.
Mrs. Eva Michaelis of AKIM,
said that on completion of the

6Vleatless
yet so
Weitige

IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI

r''.

mine, locally available elements,
of desalted water in the Negev to make a fuel call for electronie
Tuesday and said "it wasn't bad." current.
He was on a visit to the Negev
Research Institute in Beersheba,
PHOTOGRAPHY by
a research center sponsored by
BERNARD H.
the Israeli government with the
assistance of UNESCO (United
Nations Educational Scientific and
Cultural Organization) to study
ways to improve agriculture in
Israel's arid desert regions and
KE 1-8196
Bar Mitzvas—Weddings
to make human life there more
comfortable. The institute is mark-
ing its 10th anniversary.
For the HY Spot
Eshkol was taken on a tour
Of Your Affair
and was briefed on projects,
Music by
desalination, irrigation and the
adaption of vegetables and the
human body to the Negev's severe
And His Orchestra
climatic conditions. One project
(Hy Utchenik)
aims to devise a suit of clothes
• Distinctive Ceremonies
MRS. HOWARD WINKLER
with water pipes sewn into the
a Specialty!
Karen Leslie Wiener became the lining that would keep the wearer 1
342-9424
bride of Howard David Winkler cool in the Negev heat. Another
recently at Cong. Ahavas Achim.
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor Si-
mon Bermanis officiated.
No Affair Too Large or Too Small
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence J. Wiener of
Chatsford Circuit, Southfield, and
CEIL AND BEN STOCKER
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Winkler of
15212 W. 7 MILE
345-4383
Berg Rd.
MISS MARKOWITZ
The bride's Empire A-line gown
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Markowitz was fashioned of peau de soie with
of Tavistock Tr., Southfield, an- appliques of Alencon lace clustered
From LONDON, ENGLAND
nounce the engagement of their with seed pearls. The gown was
daughter Marilyn Louise to David accented with a high neckline and
Joel Berris, son of Mr.' and Mrs. attached chapel-length train. The
M. H. Berris of Harding Ave., Oak triple-tiered veil of silk illusion
Park. was attached to a peau de soie
Miss Markowitz is a graduate of bow with - matching appliques. The
"Distinctive Styling in Music
Wayne State University's college bride carried roses and - baby's
to your Individual Taste"
of education. The prospective breath on her confirmation Bible.
bridegroom was graduated from ! Mrs. Leslie Winkler was ma-
Wayne -
State University, where he tron of honor. Bridesmaids were
was affiliated with Tau Epsilon! Debby Willins, Susan Saferstein,
Phi Fraternity. He is a senior at
Esther Clemens.
Kanop, and Leah Zeve of
the University of Detroit's school Mount
of dentistry, where he is a: member
We Make Our Own Glasses
of the Alpha Omega dental frater — ! Leslie Winkler served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers were Mark
nity.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
A December wedding is planned. , ! Wiener, brother of the bride, Joel
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
Bruss. Henry Averbuch and Don-
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
Whether you be good or bad, aid Rudick.
you are the children of God. —
Following a Miami Beach honey-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
Kidushin 36
moon, the couple will live in East
ACCURATELY FILLED
Lansing, where the bridegroom
will attend Michigan State Univer-
• Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
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workshop a plaque will be put up
in honor of the donors. She said
that they hope that at least one
of the women from Detroit will
be able to come to the opening
ceremony in the fall.

INER

Miss Ma rhowitz to Wed
David Berris in Winter

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The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Saul If. Nyman, formerly
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rice Elias of Lexington, Ky. The
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an attached chapel train topped
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fant veil of English silk illusion
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with pearls. She carried a cascade
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ivy centered with an orchid. Judi
Nyman was her sister's maid of
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Meryl Landy of York, Pa. James
Elias served as best man for his
brother. Ushers were Kenneth
Kreiger and Kenneth Kelley. The
couple will reside in Columbus.

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