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August 22, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-22

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Ellen Glanz Engaged
to Samuel A. Hossman

Frederick Ala /Ives Leave Torch 'Drive Names 4
to Apartments Canvas
on European Honevinoon Four Southfield women have

Women's
eitths

been appointed to leadership posts
for the apartments canvass during
the 1969 Torch Drive residential
campaign.
Named region chairman for the
apartments canvass is Mrs. Isadore
Silverman, 25114 Prairie. Her di-
vision chairmen include Mrs. Jack
N. Levine, 17160 Madison; Mrs.
Seymour Gallant, 17032 Jeanette,
and Mrs. Harry L. Silverman, 18475
Onyx.
This year's Torch Drive will be
held Oct. 14 through Nov. 6. Bene-
fitting will be nearly 200 health
and community services in Oak-
land, Macomb and Wayne counties.

JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting noon Monday
at Cong. Ezras Achim. The canis-
ter drive will be discussed. Lunch-
eon will be served.
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ZEDAKAH CLUB program chair-
man Mrs. Joe Stalberg announces
the club's opening meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ben Chestnut, 22901 Wrexford.
Southfield. Guest speaker Dr. Jack
Jackman will speak on "Is a Nurs-
ing Home the Answer?"

MISS ELLEN GLANZ

and Mrs. Dave Glanz of
Curry Ave., Windsor, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Ellen Renee to Samuel Alan Moss-
Irian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Mosstnan of Parkwood Ave.,
Windsor.
Miss Glanz attends Wayne State
University. Mr. Mossman will enter
the University of Windsor Law
School this fall.
A June 14 wedding is planned.

Mr.

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Labor Day Deadline

BecauSe of Labor Day,
Sept. 1, The Jewish News
will have an early deadline
on copy for the issue of Sept.
5. Deadline will be noon Fri-
day, Aug. 29.

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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will resume activities
noon Wednesday at Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. Mrs. Frances
Shayne will present highlights of
recent news. Refreshments will
be served by hostesses Martha
Maurice and Esther Garvin.
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ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
GROUP, Hadassah, will hold its
anual membership tea 8 p.m. Tues-
day. at the home of Mrs. Myrna
Schlafer, 21305 Potomac, South-
field. This young marrieds' group
invites guests.
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BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
is sponsoring a rummage sale at
the Ferndale Women's Club, 1256
W. Nine Mile Md., Monday and
Tuesday. Store hours are 6-9 p.m.
Monday and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Tiles-
day.

wedding

Herringbone
done in a
stone color
all their own
Pants $36
Vest $32
Blouse $12
Many more
smart styles
in his fall
collection

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 22, 1969-19

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Pre - Teens and Juniors
Sally Eleanor Sloman was united x
in marriage with Frederick Henry g
Marx Sunday at the Great Lakes
Club Dr. Richard Hertz officiated.
The couple will honeymoon in ;1
Europe, after which they will re- —
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side in Lancaster, 0.
Miss Sloman is the daughter of 2
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sloman
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of Pontchartrain Dr., Mr. Marx,
in Oak Park
of Lancaster, O., is the son of Dr. n
23133 COOLIDGE, Just North of 9 Mile
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and Mrs. Maurie Zox of Columbus.
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The bride wore a gown of silk
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organza over peau de soie. The
fitted bodice and sleeves were
of Alencon lace, repeated on the
skirt and attached wateau chapel
train. Her veil was secured to a
tiara of matching lace and seed
pearls. She carried a bouquet of
DECORATIVE HOME ACCESSORIES - II1TEMOR OESIORERS
Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Linda Pol-
lack. Bridesmaids included Judy
Monson. Mrs. Daniel Gehl, Bonnie
Black of Holland, Mich., Mrs. Mich-
ael Bloch and Barbara Zox, Sherry
Zox and Laurie Zox, sisters of the
bridegroom.
Dr. Maurice Zox served as best
man for his son. Ushers were Mich-
ael Bloch of Columbus, Steven
Sloman of New York City, brother
of the bride, Marvin Panzer of
We will be
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Dallas Louis Yank of Philadelphia,
CLOSED FOR INVENTORY
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Dr. Raymond Waldman of Elkhart,
Zriday and Saturday, Aug. 29 and 30 . . 1\
Ind., Robert Meisner and Charles
— bil followingfoRE
Wolfe.

KASLE-EMERMAN: In a Tues-
day ceremony at Franklin Hills
Country Club, Nancy Emerman
became the bride of Roger Kasle.
Dr. Richard Hertz officiated. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Emerman of Franklin
Park Dr., Franklin, and her hus-
band is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kasle of Fairway Ave.
The bride, wearing a gown of gros
de Londre, was attended by Laurie
Emerman and M r s . Donald
Schmerin, sisters of the bride,'.
and Mrs. Stanley Taylor, sister of
the bridegroom. Steven Kasle
served his brother as best man,
and ushers included Henry Wine-
man, Burton Farbman, Donald
Schmerin and Stanley Taylor.
Margaret Taylor and David Schm-
erin served as flower girl and ring
bearer, respectively. After honey-
mooning in Northern Michigan,
the couple will reside in Birming-
ham.
is is *

NAFTULIN-CHAJES: Dania Ta-
mar Chajes was recently united in
marriage with Gene Arman Naf-
tulin at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Richard Chajes of Rock Ledge Dr.,
Farmington, and the late Dr.
Chajes. Her husband is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Naftulin
of Shaker Heights, 0.
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BELL-PLAVNICK: Nadine Iris
Plavnick and Seymour Bell were
recently united in marriage by
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper at
Cong. Beth Moses. Parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
J. Plavnick of Sutherland Ave.,
Oak Park, and Mrs. Marcella Bell
Oak Park
of Westchester, 0. and the late Mr.
Alex Bell. Following a wedding
Coolidge at 9 Mile
trip through Canada, the newly-
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ACCENTS

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WIDE Ltil,
PRE—INVENTORY

Gov. Milliken Names
Mrs. Rose to Advisory
Education Reform Unit

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Mrs. Stephen Rose, vice presi-
dent for public affairs of the De-
troit Section, National Council of
Jewish Women,
was recently ap-
pointed by Gov-
ernor Milliken to
the citizens ad-
visory committee
to the Governor's
Commission o n
Educational Re-
form.
Mrs. Rose was
A., an organizer of
Mrs. Rose the Metropolitan
Task Force on Education, an ad hoc
group whose aim is to coordinate
citizens' efforts to secure the high-
est quality education in the public
schools for every child in Michi-
gan.
Members of the advisory group
named by the governor will have
a dual responsibility: to present
ideas for the commission's consid-
eration and to react to recommen-
dations by the commission.
Mrs. Rose was born in Canada
and has been active in the Detroit
community since she moved here
in 1961. She served as legislative
chairman for the National Council
of Jewish Women before becoming
a vice president. She lives on
Picadilly Rd. with her husband and
three young children.

CLEARANCE

SALE

EVERYTHING

reduced
10% to 40%

Beginning Friday, Aug. 22
Through Thursday, Aug. 28

Lincoln Center Store Only

EVERYTHING on our floor at SAVINGS
before we take our annual inventory. Wall
decor, pictures, mirrors, wall groupings,
pedestals, furniture, lamps, accessories for
.
kitchen, bath and bar . . . everything at

10°o to 40 0 ,0 off. SIX DAYS ONLY !

Young Marrieds to Take
' Kensington Boat Trip

The Young and Marrieds' Club
of Adas Shalom Synagogue will
have its first evening boat excur-
sion Saturday on Island Lake in
Kensington Metropolitan Park.
For information, call Amy or
Lew Lautin, 358-0374.

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No Special Orders
All Sales Final

Colony Accents — Lincoln Center — Oak Park
Greenfield at 101/2 Mile — Phone 39149110-9
Hours: 9:30 to 5:30; Thursday, Friday, 9:30 to 9:00

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