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January 17, 1969 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-17

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Friday, January 17, '1969-25
Randall-Levyfireddiiii THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Held at Bnai David Women's Division Workers Briefed

THE BOOTERY

for 1969 Allied Jewish Campaio-n

MRS. BRUCE RANDALL

In an evening ceremony at
Cong. Bnai David, Eileen Levy
was married to Bruce Lewis Ran-
dall. Rabbis M. Robert Syme and
Aaron Brander officiated.
The bride is • the daughter of
Mrs. Max Levy of Cloverlawn
Ave., Oak Park, and the late Mr.
Levy. The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Randall
of Lincoln Rd., Huntington Woods.
The bride wore an A-line gown
of peau de soie and Alencon lace.
It featured - a round neckline,
elbow-length sleeves, a scalloped
hem and a matching lace chapel
train. Her silk illusion veil came
to her elbow. She carried orchids
and Stephanotis.
Marlene Myers was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Francie
Portnoy, Tobie Myers, Donna
Adelson and Rene Portnoy.
Bruce Locke was best man.
Robert and Leroy Levy, brothers
of the bride, and Arnold Weintraub
were ushers.
, Following a Puerto Rico honey-
moon, the couple resides in Troy.

The women's division of the 1969 1 find the unique area of interest to
Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel which that person will respond."
Emergency Fund has sponsored a Mrs. Byron Gerson of Hunting-
series of briefings for its workers ton Woods was hostess to the Pace
Setters training meeting.
in the coming drive.
The trained sessions for Head-
These training sessions introduce
the new workers to the job being liners met this week in the homes
done by the Jewish Welfare Fed- of Mrs. Edward Levy Jr., Bir-
eration and bring up to date those mingham; Mrs. Hershel Stuart,
who have taken part in previous Huntington Woods; Mrs. Sol Kurtz-
campaigns. The women will be man, Huntington Woods; and Mrs.
briefed on how best to seek con- Conrad L. Giles, Franklin.
The concluding meeting for
tributions and given the informa-
Headliners will be today at the
tion necessary to make this year's
residence
of Mrs. Julian Tobias.
drive a success.
The GoGetters workers training
Two special sessions were held meetings were hosted by Mes-
Monday and Tuesday at the Jew- dames Richard Kux, Harry M.
ish Center for the leadership of Gordon, Jerry R. Abramson, Mor-
the women's division who will ton Reizen, and Marshall M. Mil-
instruct the worker at the brief- ler.
ings. Bea Finkelstein, secretary
The GoGetters' final session
of the women's division of the
for campaigners will be today
Council of Jewish Federations
at the home of Mrs. Richard J.
and Welfare Funds, addressed
Cooper, Birmingham.
these two sessions.
Other teams met this week at
the
home of Mrs. Burt Makley.
"There is no substitute for a
Mrs. Robert Welling of Hunting-
trained volunteer to assure a suc-
cessful campaign, "Mrs. Finkel- ton Woods will be hostess to a
stein told the women. "The ap- group Tuesday and the final
proach to every prospect is a cam- meeting will be Jan. 27 at the
paign in itself and must be care- home of Mrs. Robert Willens, Bir-
fully planned and individualized to mingham.

Gross-Schlissberg Rites
to Be Performed June 1

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