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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, August 30, 1968

Helene Frankel to Wed
Steven Plotnik in Winter

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MISS HELENE FRANKEL

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frankel of
Murray Hill Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Helene
Anne to Steven Jay Plotnik, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Plotnik of
Avon Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Frankel is a graduate of
Michigan State University. Her
fiance was graduated from the De-
troit Institute of Technology, where
he was affiliated with Omega Al-
pha Pi honorary fraternity.
The couple is planning a Decem-
ber wedding.

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

A GOOD NAME

Parents to Sip Cocktails

A GOOD PRODUCT

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GREENBERG - GOLDMAN:
Cheryl Faye Goldman and Marvin
Greenberg were recently united in
marriage at Cong. Bnai David by
Rabbi Hayim Donin and • Cantor
Hyman Adler. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs -. Harry
Goldman of Lesure Ave. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Greenberg, of Rutland
Ave., Southfield. The bride's gown
was of peau de sole fashioned in
A-line style. The bodke and elbow-
length sleeves were of Alencon lace
with imported crystals and seed
pearls. The detachable flowing
train had a matching lace trim.
Her shoulder-length silk illusion
bouffant veil was a mantilla with
lace petal motifs. She carried a
prayer book with orchids, Stepha-
notis and ivy cascading. Mrs. Es-
ther Olson, the bridegroom's sister,
was matron of honor. Joyce Zack
was maid of honor and brides-
maids were Francine Kay and
Barbara Hershberg. Michele Olson
was flower girl. Harvey Olson was
best man. Ushers were Cary Weitz-
man, Barry Mitnick and Capt.
Lawrence Allen Goldman. Also in
the bridal party were William Fen-
kell and Mrs. Rebecca Finkelstein,
grandmother of the bride. After a
honeymoon in New York City, the
newlyweds are residing in Detroit.
* * *
BENNETT-RAFEtSON: Ruthann
Rafelson became the bride of Ron-
ald L. Bennett in a recent cere-
mony at Temple Israel with Rabbi
M. Robert Synie officiating. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. Rafelson of Deca-
tur, Ill. Mr. Bennett is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bennett of
Southfield Rd., Southfield.
* * *
ZILAN-KLETTER: Michele Ad-
rian Kletter, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kletter of Chasford Cir.,
Southfield, became the bride of
Ronald Zilan recently. Mr. Zilan is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Zilan of San Juan Dr. The newly-
weds will reside in Detroit.

Partnerless Parents will open the
fall season with a buffet cocktail
party 9 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Sheraton
Motor Inn, Warren. For informa-
tion, call Henrietta Lewis, LI
6-0903.

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Book Fair Set Nov. 9-17 Under Chairmanship
of Mrs. Berris; Noted Authors to Participate

George D. Keil, president of the
Jewish Community Center, this
week announced that the 17th an-
nual Jewish Book Fair will com-
mence on Nov. 9 and will continue
through Nov. 17 and that Mrs.

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FINER
WINER

WILL BE

MRS. HENRY BERRIS

Henry Berris has been named this
year's chairman of the annual
event.
Noted authors are being invited
to participate in the programs, and
a series of noteworthy exhibits are
planned.
All the planned events will take
place at the Center and many local
organizations have been enrolled
as cooperating groups to sponsor
special events and lectures.
Mrs. Berris has been a leader in
previous functions at Book Fairs
and is known as a book reviewer,
as an active leader in Hadassah.
She has read and taped for the
blind at Wayne State University,

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EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?

Cranbrook House Motel

Is Conveniently Located at

Pioneer Women Launches
20500 JAMES COUZENS
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Israel Leadership Program
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations
NEW YORK—The opening of a
Try Our Barber Shop
center in Nahariya, the dedication
Dine at the, SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
of a nursery-kindergarten in the
Airport Limousine Service Available
Negev town of Arad and ground
breaking for a day-nursery in
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A large gift from Pioneer Women .
MEAT
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OR
construction of the new commu-
DAIRY
nity center in Nahariya.
Dedication ceremonies held this
month for the nursery-kindergar-
ten in Arad marked the formal
opening of a baby-care center for
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the working mothers of the young
• Cheese Blintzes
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NOTE
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special programs for children,
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The Center Theater will present
Archibald McLeish's controversial
play "J.B." during the fair.
All Book Fair programs will be
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structure committee of the Volun
teer Award Cauncil of the United
Foundation and is at present a
member of the board of the Jewish
Center.
Mrs. Berris has projected the
hope that this year's Book Fair
will pattern " A Convention Con-
cept."
"In this mood and with the
knowledge that our fairs have
been gaining in quality and stature
year by year, we look forward to
an even more stimulatihg and en-
riching Book Fair than ever be-
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outstanding selection of '7,000 or

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