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September 25, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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Shaarit Haplaytah Miss Manson Plans
Winter Wedding Date
Cited for Aid to
Ala rk S. Slutskii—Takes
Red Mogen Dovid
Karen Bonwit as Bride At its annual installation dinner-

32—Friday, September 25, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MRS. MARK SLUTSKY

Karen Marsha Bonwit became
the bride of Mark Sender Slutsky
in a recent ceremony at Temple
Emanuel, Kensington, Maryland.
Rabbi Maurice Kleinberg officiated.
Parents of the couple gre
and Mrs. Stuart E. Bonwit of
Wheaton, Md., and Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Slutsky of Oxley Rd.,
Southfield.
The bride wore princess-line,
organza gown with bishop
sleeves. The gown and match-

ing cuapel train were trimmed
wit,a appliques of Venise lace,
and the silk illusion veil fell from
a crown cf pearls and re-embroi-
dered Alencon lace.

She carried an old-fashioned bog-
q.let of roses and orchid, accented
b; pink sweetheart roses.
Judy Bonwit served her sister as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Betty Fisher and Ellen Berg-
man. Ellen Bonwit was flower
girl.
David Slutsky, the bridegroom's
brother. was best man. Ushers
were Michael Handelman and Dan-
iel Fisher.
The couple will reside in Ann
Arbor.

dance, Shaarit Haplaytah installed
Rabbi Herbert S. Eskin as honor-
ary president and Leon Halpern
as president.
Other officers are Abraham Web-
erman, Jack Waksberg and Steve
Oliwek, vice presidents; Sally
Fields and Sonia Popowski, secre-
taricr.; "imon Schwartzberg,
treasurer.
Rabbi Eskin and Louis Levine
were installing officers.
Arnold Einhorn, past president
and chairman of the evening, pre-
sented Magen David Adom's Broth-
er's Keeper Award to Shaarit Hap-
laytah for continuous and sustain-
ed assistance to Israel's official
red cross service.
The outgoing president, Dr. John
J. Mames, and programing chair-
man, Mrs. Leon Popowski lauded
the group for its assistance to the
people of Israel through Israel
Bond subscriptions
and Magen
navid Adorn. Recently, Shaarit
Haplaytah presented a fully equip-
ped ambulance to MDA, contribut-
ed an operating room at the Haifa
Medical Complex and is sponsor-
ing a recovery room at the Ashdod
First Aid Medical Center.
Halpern accepted the plaque in
behalf of Shaarit Haplaytah. He
stated: "To help to save precious
lives and alleviate pain and misery
is a human obligation and a noile
endeavor. It is a source of gratify-
ing experience. We must mobilize
all our efforts to strengthen our
important ideological triangle: Re-
membrance, Israel, Welfare. I am
confident that Shaarit Haplaytah
will rise to new heights in meet-

PoCK iOUR OWN

Singles to Hike, Hop

Single Adults of toe Jewish Cen-
ter will hike at Kensington Park
Sunday, after meeting at the main
building at 11 a.m. Hikers may
bring their lunches or buy food at
the park.
A record hop night is scheduled
for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Cen-
ter. Dues will be accepted.
The Center Singles will attend a
concert in Ann Arbor Oct. 4. They
will meet at the Center at '1:30.

APPLE ORCHARD
IN ROMEO.

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FOR THE REST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

A

'Me Most

SAM EMMER

Apples
pples 6rown

And His Orchestra

358-0938

MISS WENDY MANSON

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Manson of
Vaughan Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Wendy
Ellen to Howard Marc Malley, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Malley of
Harding Ave., Oak Park.
Mr. Malley is a senior in the col-
lege of pharmacy at Wayne State
University, where he is affiliated
with Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
The couple plans an August
wedding.

Ben Mossman Invites You To

PICK YOUR OWN

APPLES

• Pokiest. • J•netluen • Ma l es,. *

moms

FLEA MARKET

Al Owed Trees Mem. NO
be Mei. W. knekk Pee Comeinets.

Pee Nerrides Tiumith the Orkevel for
AP Nam* WEN EVERY DAY.

Sept. 27, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

HereS l4ow1 Get1Tilre

Roma Hall
East Detroit
Gratiot near 10 Mile

ST CIAIR

RCMEO RD

odds & ends, antiques,
snacks bar, door prize

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

ing the challenge."

Linda Carnick to Wed
Michael Levine in Ave

Volunteers Sought
for the Red Cross

Sept. 28-Oct. 2 has been set aside
as Red Cross Volunteer Recruit-
ment week by the Southeastern
Michigan Chapter. American Red
Cross.
The chapter urgently needs 500
hospital volunteers to serve in
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
counties. Currently, Red Cross hos-
pital volunters provide assistance
in over 30 hospitals in the tri-
county area.
In general, Red Cross hospital
volunteers assist in the "non-pro-
fessional" hospital duties and pro-
vide the extra attention that hospi-
tal personnel are sometimes too
busy to give.
Duties of hospital volunteers vary,
according to specific hospita!
needs. They receive their training
and designation of duties at the
hospital to which they are assigned
or request to work.
A primary duty of Red Cross
hospital volunteers is to visit with
patients.
Other Red Cross volunteer serv-
ices include: blood program,
transportation, service to military
families, office volunteers and in-
duction volunteers.

Installation Dinner Set
by Brenner-Truman

HANDBAGS

WE MADE SOME STRATEGIC PURCHASES TO
WHICH WE HAVE ADDED A LARGE ASSORT-
MENT OF QUALITY BAGS FROM OUR REGULAR
STOCK AT MEANINGFUL REDUCTIONS. These
are all top quality bags by such fine makers
as Prestige, Walborg, Meyers, TRIANGLE
SABER, fine Italian imports and many others.
THERE IS A WIDE VARIETY OF SHAPES AND A
BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF COLORS AND MA-
TERIALS. SALE ENDS OCT. 3rd. ALL SALES FINAL.

MISS LINDA CARNICK

Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Carnick of

Forrestwood Dr., Southfield, an-

nounce the engagement of their
daughter Linda Sue to Mi. ' a el

David Levine, son of Mrs. Marion
Levine of Rosewood Ave., Oak
Park, and .Mr. Morris Levine of
Kipling Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Carnick is a graduate of
Boston University where she ma-
jored in music. Her fiance grad-
uated from Wayne State Univer-

Were $7.95 to $49.95

$5 90. to

sity and attends the university's
school of medicine.
A June 1971 wedding is being
planned.

SPECIAL GROUP
Discontinued Coordinates

Values to 29.95

Lifshay Guest Speaker
at Farband Assembly

$1

Movsas Goldoftas, cultural chair-
man of Farband Branch 119, an-
nounces that Morris Lifshay, pro-
band, Labor Zionist Order, will fessor at Lawrence Institute of
hold its installation dinner 7 p.m. Technology and chairman of the
Sunday at the Rascal House.
Labor Zionist Council in Detroit,
Cantor Louis Klein will present will be guest speaker at the first
a musical program, and Dick general assembly 8:30 p.m. Satur-
Kramer will install the officers: day at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
Mrs. Manuel Salinger, president; ter. He will speak on "Our Role in
Mrs. Harry Norber, vice president; the New Zionist Federation."
Mrs. Sam Fortner, secretary; and
Mrs. Morris Plafkin will conduct
Ben Harold and Bessie Berris, pro- community singing in Hebrew and
gram. Friends are invited. For in- Yiddish. Refreshments will be

Brenner-Truman Branch of Far-

formation, call Israel Vipe 549-
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