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July 05, 1968 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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SanfordSaltsman Takes
Nancy Nudell as Bride

Women's
eitubs

Joan Fagin Is Engaged
to Robert M. Meisner

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 5, 1968-19

The Sodom Legend
'Sodom, the settlement adjoining
the potash works in Israel and that
ancient cit y from which Mr. and

OAK PARK N'SHEI CHABAD
Study Group will meet 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Moshe. Polter, 24251 Kipling, Oak
Park. The speaker will be Rabbi
Polter.
* * *
UPPER NORTHWEST N'SHEI
CHABAD Study Group will meet
4 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Bernard Jedusalem, 20227
Freeland. The speaker will be Mr.
Jerusalem.
* * *
NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHABAD
Study Group will meet 3 p.m. Sat-
MISS JOAN FAGIN
MRS. SANFORD SALTSMAN
urady at the home of Mrs. Maur-
ice Stol, 10233 Curtis. The speak-
Dr. and Mrs. I. Donald Fagin of
At Bnai David Synagogue re- er will be Maurice White.
cently, Nancy Pearl Nudell and
Huntington Rd., Huntington
* * *
Sanford Saltsman exchanged wed-
Woods, announce the engagement
ding vows. Rabbi Haymin Donin
of their daughter Joan Alice to
and Cantor Hyman Adler offici-
Robert Melvyn Meisner, son of
ated. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Meisner of
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman D. Nudell of
Warrington Dr.
Pembroke Ave.
Miss Fagin attends the Eastern
The bridegroom is the son of
Michigan University college of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry $altsman- of
education. Her fiance, a graduate
Jeanette Ave., Southfield.
of the University of Michigan, at-
The bride wore a gown of peau
tends the U. of M. Law School. He
de soie fashioned in A-line style.
is affiliated with Phi Kappa Phi
The bodice and elbow length
honor society.
sleeves were Alencon lace worked
in with imported crystals and seed
pearls. The detachable flowing
train had a matching lace trim.
Her shoulder length silk illusion
bouffant veil was attached to a
WEIL-LEA: Susanne Lea and
headpiece with lace petal motifs
Ronald A. Weil exchanged wed-
adorned with crystals. She carried
ding vows recently in Berkeley,
a prayer book with orchids, Steph-
Calif. The couples parents are
anotis, and ivy cascading.
Mrs. Ann Lea of Walnut Creek,
Linda Nudell was matron of
Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe
honor and Sheila Slobasky was
Weil of Cedarbrook Dr., Birming-
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
ham.
MRS. SHELDON ESKOW
Elaine Saltsman, sister of the
* * *
bridegroom, Barbara Horowitz,
Diane Louise Segal, daughter
KOVAN-CROSBY
— At Cong.
Nadine Miller and Judith Marko- of Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Segal
Beth
Israel
Anshei
Emes
in Brook-
vitz.
of Olde Franklin Dr., Farmington,
Allan Saltsman was his brother's was married Sunday to Sheldon lyn Heights, N.Y., Margaret Rita
best man. Ushers were J. Howard Marvin Eskow, son of Mrs. Max Crosby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nudell, brother of the bride, Steven Bassin of Burgess Rd., and the Henry C. Crosby of Gill, Mass.,
was married to Richard Walter
Zerkel, Dennis King, Terry Preston late Mr. Saul Eskow.
and Michael Stacey.
Rabbi M. Robert 9vrne and Can- Kovan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cole-
Also in the bridal party were tor Harold Orbach officiated the man Kovan of Westmoreland Ave.
the bridegroom's grandparents, ceremony that took place in the Rabbi Henry Michelman and Rabbi
Robert Bronstein performed the
Rev. and Mrs. Lester King.
garden of the Segals' home.
After a honeymoon in Florida
The bride's Empire gown was ceremony. Miss Judy Kovan, sis-
and Jamaica, the newlyweds will of silk organdy, appliqued with ter of the groom, was maid of
reside in Royal Oak.
Alencon lace. The silk illusion veil honor. Following a honeymoon in
was chapel length with matching the Virgin Islands, the Kovans
Turover Society to Hold lace. She carried a French bou- will reside in New York City.
* * *
quet.
Indoor Picnic Sunday-
Norma Rautbort was maid of
The Turover Aid Society will
SCHKLOVEN - STARR: Sherry
honor. Bridesmaids were Lynda Louise Starr was married recently
hold its annual picinc noon Sun-
Faigin, Mrs. Dennis Brenner, sis- to Michael David Schkloven at the
day at its meeting hall, 10310 W.
ter of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Raleigh House. Rabbi Jacob Segal
seven mile at Griggs.
Alec Bear is picnic chairman.
Iris Madden of Miami Springs, officiated. The bride is the daugh-
Lunch will be ready at noon and
Fla.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Raad
other refreshments and a supper
Robert Levy served as best man. of Carol Ave. The bridegroom is
will be available later, including Ushers were Michael Segal, bro- the son of Dr. and Mrs. Norman
potatoe latkes.
ther of the bride, Dennis Brenner, Schkloven of Warrington Dr. Rita
All proceeds will go to aid the She Levin, and Harley
Ilene Ordin was maid of honor.
State of Israel.
Schwartz.
Joel Schkloven was his brother's
After a honeymoon in Mexico, best man. After a Jamaica honey-
Omissions, no less than commis- the couple will reside in Troy.
moon the couple will reside in
sions, are often times branches of
Troy.
injustice.—Antoninus.
* * *
Registration Opens, Youth
SAMET-ZABEL:
Francine Ellen
Summer Programs at -ICC
The Group Services Division of Zabel and Aaron Israel Samet
the Jewish Community Center is were united in marriage recently
now taking registration for session at Cong. Bnai David. Rabbi Hayim
two (July 30 to Aug. 23) for the Donin and Cantor Hyman Adler
following programs: Funtime, a officiated. The bride is the daugh-
Your Choice
Program on Tuesday and Thurs- ter of Mrs. Max Zabel of Ridge-
day for children in Grades 1 and dale St., Oak Park, and the late
2; Summerland, a Mond a y, Mr. Zabel. The bridegroom's pa-
Wednesday and Friday activity for rents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
youngsters in Grades 3-6; Camp of Samet of Schaefer Hwy. The
PHITZEN • SPREADER
the Arts, a five-day a week pro- bride's floor-length gown had a
GLOBE • YEWS
gram to learn and explore the arts cage of net over peau de soie,
Northern Grown
and Safari '68, a five-day a week and was fashioned with a high
travel program both for junior neckline, bell sleeves and trimmed
with daisy appliques. A matching
high students.
Transportation is available for jeweled toque held her shoulder
each of these activities and there length veil. Mrs. Jerald I. Zabel
21032 GROESBECK
is a limited enrollment for each was matron of honor. Jerald I.
1 Blk. N. of 8 Mile
program. For further information, Zabel served his brother as best
PR 2-4350
call the Group- Services Division man. The couple will reside in
9 to 9 Dail
Oak Park.
at DI. 1-4200.

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