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August 16, 1968 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-16

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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold an open executive meet-
ing noon Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Jeanette Serling,
donor chairman and Sylvia
Schwartz, bulletin chairman, invite
all members. Luncheon will be
served.

MRS. EDWARD BAYER

Anita joy En kel Becomes
Stern in Israel

Laurette Amar, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Amar of Bat
Yarn, Israel, was married recently 2111"S.
to Edward Allen Bayer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harmon S. Bayer of
Knollwood Circle Birmingham, at
Bnai Brith Hall in Tel Aviv.
Charles S. Bayer was his
brother's best man. Also at-
tending were Irene and Gerald
Bayer, sister and brother of the

bridegroom.
The newlyweds will reside in
Ann Arbor, where the bridegroom
attends the University of Mich-

igan.

New fall clothing in
`latest shades and styles!

'

In a traditional ceremony under
the stars in Tel Aviv, Anita Joy
HARVARD ROW MALL
Enkel recently became the bride
11 MILE & LAHSER
of Joseph Stern.
The bride is the daughter of
Open: Thurs. to 9 P.M.
• Mrs. Ida Enkel of Tel Aviv, for-
rtnnnnfrinfrr
merly of Oak Park. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Moshe Gelley of Nah-
aryia, Israel, and the late Mr.
Michael Stern.
0 11'
. The bride . wore a floor-length
COTJTURE-BOUTIQTJE
fitted gown of imported Swiss lace
fashioned with a round neckline,
CUSTOM DESIGNS
long sleeves and wide lace panels
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
flowing down the sides. A Mar-
ACCESSORIES
garetta headpiece -held her double
full-length silk illusion veil. She
HARVARD ROW MALL
carried a bouquet of roses.
Following a Safed, Israel, honey-
11 MILE & LASHER
moon, the ,couple resides in Tel
353-7640
Aviv.

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DISCOVER THE WONDERFUL WORLD

FURS

0

MRS. MARTIN TUCHMAN

Andrea Irene Olstein and Mar-
tin Aaron Tuchman recently ex-
changed wedding vows at Cong.
Beth Shalom. Rabbi Mordecai S.
Halpern and Cantor Ruben Erl-
baum officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Olstein of Black-
stone Ave., Oak Park, and Jos-
eph Tuchman of Kenosha Ave.,
Oak Park.
Mrs. Philip Granitz, sister of
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Mrs. Martin Ginsberg, Mrs. Shel-
don Shebowich, Paula Kanarek

and Elaine Zuckman were brides-
maids.

Best man was Jeffrey Old-
stein, brother of the bride. Ush-
ers were Ron Atlas, Paul Yelen-
sky, Joshua Barley and Philip
Granitz.
After spending their honeymoon
in Nassau, the Tuchmans are re-
siding in Oak Park.

LBJ Salutes Women
of Mizrachi for Service

M LTER

INC.

OF HARVARD ROW

Designer of Fine Furs
11 MILE & LAHSER RDS,
Phone: 358-0850
OPEN THURS. EVES. 'TIL 9

•1

Large Selection of

HANDBAGS
20% to 50%Off

REPAIRING • LUGGAGE • HANDBAGS

25250 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE RD.
OAK PARK, MICH.

go-togethers

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attractive pre-season prices!

CLEARANCE SALE

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All our furs have been fagged at

OUR ANNUAL AUGUST

a Burton's gal ioves . .

MORIS HUPPERT

AUGUST FUR SALE

ROBINSON'S
LEATHER SHOP

* *

JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a luncheon and games party
noon Monday at Cong. Eras Achim.
Prizes and a social will follow.
The public is invited,
*
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a luncheon busi-
ness meeting 11 a.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Hillel, according to
Mrs. Sam Nadek, president. Plans
will be formulated for the annual
donor luncheon.

MRS. JOSEPH STERN

DURING OUR 28th ANNUAL

MARILYNN SHAPIRO
PHOTOGRAPHER

Temple Beth El's Married Group
will be held 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH at the Ferndale Women's Club. For
YEHUDA and WOMEN'S SAB-
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
BATH LEAGUE will hold a lunch- information, call M r s. David
Group Portraits
eon meeting noon Tuesday at Beth Kahrnoff, 545-3329, or Mrs. Hrbert
356-8819
Saperstein,
541-3133.
Tefilo Emanuel Tikva Synagogue.
The luncheon will be sponsored by
I 1
Mrs. Esther Shoskes and Mrs. Es-
ther Sachs. Rabbi Leizer Levin will
speak. Mrs. Walter Epstein, social
chairman, will be assisted by Mes-
SAVE!
SAVE!
dames Rose Blelewich, Edward
BUY DIRECT FROM
THE IMPORTER
Bunin, Arthur Cutler, Gussie Car-
dash and Leo Laufer. President
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
Mrs. Milton Winston invites guests.
* *
DAVID - HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will hold
DI. 1-5515
15738 LIVERNOIS
a luncheon noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Philip Kutnick, 13201
Dartmouth, Oak Park. For tickets,
call Mrs. Sam Kreisler, 537-0117.

Tuchman-Olstein Vow's
S den at Beth Shalom

JUST ARRIVED • • •

OF

Friday, August 16, 1968-19

The annual rummage sale of

NU CHAPTER, Iota Alpha Pi
Soririty alumnae will hold their
annual splash party, noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Louis
Geer, 19209 Starlane, Southfield.
The members are asked to bring a
box lunch; beverage and dessert
will be served by Mrs. Geer. All
Alpha and Beta groups are invited.

Custom Fitting

I THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth El Marrieds Plan
Annual Rummage Sale

Edward Bayer Weds
Israeli, Laurette Anat.

The Mizrachi Women's Organ-
ization of America, which opened
its two-country convention in Jeru-
stlem Aug. 5, received a mes-
sage of greetings from President
Johnson.
He commended the group on
"another year of devoted humani-
tarian effort" and added:
"Your highest reward lies in the
promising results of your contribu-
tions to child care, social welfare,
vocational education and other
constructive projects. Your reputa-
tion is an inspiration for us all,
and I know that it will be an in-
centive for you in the challenging

years ahead."

for
that
wow
look
on
campus!

From Garland's
terrific collection
of coordinated,
mannish, clannish
separates ... so
popular this Fall
A skinny sweater-
vest paired with a
flippy plaid skirt
. • . both in zippy
mix n' match colors!
Just one of our
fashion firsts!

SECURITY
CHARGE

MICHIGAN
BAN KARD

GLAMOUR AND LEISURE SPORTSWEAR

HARVARD ROW

FASHIONS

11 MI LE AND LAHSER

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