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July 02, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, July 2, 1971

Dedication to Lonely, Aged Earns
Special Award for Mrs. Max Biber

sitivity to the needs of others and
for her devotion to the many peo-
ple, residents of nursing homes,
alone and friendless, whom she
visits."
The luncheon, at the Jack Al-
spector home, was in recognition
of the many hours of service ren-
dered by more than 100 volun-
teers to the lonely of the commu-
nity. During the past year, over
5,000 hours of service were given
by this group.
MI.
Special certificates for 100
hours of service were presented
to: Mesdames Jerry Beck, Diana
Cassels, Walter Herz, Donald
Lane, M. Lasser, Maynard Pat-
ler and Manuel Salinger.
Recipients of 50 hours of service
awards were: Mesdames M. Axel-
rod, Oscar Bank, George Barr, Ida
Blucher, Leonard Efros, Sidney
Feldman, Toba Ginsberg, Joel
Goldberg, Alter Greenbaum, Ben-
jamin Havis, Alfred Heilbronner,
Kurt Hertz, Austin Hirschhorn,
Otto Kaufman, Morris Jacob, Man-
fred Lehman, George Loria, Max
Neuman, Abraham Oslik, Ralph
Rice, Gussie Ringler, Morris Sa-
vine, Sam Schey, Walter Seligson,
Siegfried Singler and Leo Wise.
Mrs. Joseph Jackier is chairman
of the volunteer services commit-
MISS ARLENE FRIEDBERG
tee. Anyone wishing to offer serv-
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Friedberg of ices to the program may call Mrs.
Stratford Ave., Oak Park, announce Fayga Dombey, DI 1-5959.
the engagement of their daughter

Mr. Schimmel Takes
Ilife,LindaGutterman

At the annual Recognition Lunch-
eon of the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, Mrs. Max Biber
received a special award for her
volunteer activities with the
agency.
Mrs. Biber, a member of the
volunteer services committee of
JFCS, was applauded "for her sen-1

Miss Friedberg to Ired
Barr of California

Arlene Frances to Sheldon Edwin

Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Barr of Van Nuys, Calif.
Miss Friedberg received her de-
gree in speech pathology at the
University of Michigan. The couple
recently returned t om a year in
Israel, having worked on the Sherut
La'am program there.
An October wedding is planned.

Nettie Mills Engage
to Stuart _Rai, Rosen

DICK STEIN

Presents

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MRS. JASON SCHIMMEL

Linda Gutterman and Jason S.
Schimmel were married recently
in a ceremony held at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gutter-
man, former Detroiters of Flint.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
Jack Schimmel of New York City
and the late Mrs. Schimmel.
The bride's embroidered net
gown was in a lily of the valley
pattern, with deep flounces of
accordian pleated silk organza.
It was edged in Valencienne lace
at the cuffs and hem. -
She wore a choker of matching
lace and net. The cathedral train
of silk illusion, trimmed in match-
ing lace, cascaded from a bonnet
of looped Val lace.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Gary
Gutterman of Denver. Carol Ann
Drushkin was the maid of honor.
The bride's brother, Dr. Gary
Gutterman, was the best man. The
newlyweds took a honeymoon to
California.

Miss Sandra Hirsch,
Mr. Zeskind, Married

THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA

AND

THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA

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MISS NETTIE MILLS

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills of
Park Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Nettie Fern to Stuart Ray Rosen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William N.
Rosen of Ludlow Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Mills is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne
State University.
Her fiance will receive his
bachelor's degree in accounting
MRS. H. JAY ZESKIND
this summer from Eastern Michi-
Translation
gan University.
Sandra Suzanne Hirsch and H.
Greenfield Noodles are best
A December wedding is being Jay Zeskind were married in a
recent ceremony at Cong. Bnai
planned.
Moshe. Rabbi Moses Lehrman of-
ficiated.
They are the children of Mr. and
KOSHER
Mrs. Bernard Hirsch of Elgin Ave.,
MEATS
Huntington Woods; and Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Zeskind of Strathcona
Ave.
ALL SPECIALS GOOD •WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
The bride wore an organza
gown appliqued with pearled
peau d'ange lace. She had a
matching cathedral mantilla and
carried a bouquet of miniature
E IF:98 C
roses and ivy.
Barbara and Janet Hirsch were
their sister's maids of honor.
Bridesmaids were Harriet Wein-
Baum, Louise Aram, Louis Lourie
ib.98 (
and Sheri Gerendasy.
Dale Zeskind served his brother
as the best man. Howard Schwartz,
Yale Falick, Gary Pesselnick,
Wev-‘11kle open Swam ,fr Man.. July ath A! 5th
Joseph K. Stern and Jon Lourie
I were the ushers.

BRAVERMAN S

13500 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD

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PICKLED TONGUE..,......

State's Kidney Foundation Given New Machine

It took months of fund-raising
efforts and the collection of 631
books of trading stamps by the
Michigan Massage and Therapy
Association, to acquire the life-
saving $3,000 artificial kidney ma-
chine it gave recently to the Kid-
ney Foundation of Michigan.
The machine will be added to the
Foundation's kidney loan closet,
which has provided artificial kid-

neys for 56 Michigan victims thus
- -
far.
Mrs. Maurice hSei•maii of Inver-
ness Ave. is association president.

8ngag ements

Personalized Party
Mementos
Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Gordon of
Harvard Rd., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Ruthellen to Eric Lipman., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Lipman of
Ivanhoe Rd., Southfield. The bride-
groom attends Oakland University.
An October wedding date has been
set.

There are only three absolute
virtues: objectivity, courage and
a sense of responsibility.
—Arthur Schnitzler.

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ONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

Helen Zinberg

The hair you pluck will come back to haunt
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Quotation from one of the foremost medical
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"Plucking out strong hairs should never
be
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You may stimulate the
now that
Air-cooled
jet
growth of additional hairs
Stream Electrolysis is avail-
around the one you
able to you. This is the first
pull
out.
method of permanent hair
2. You may cause succes-
removal with everything to
sive generations of hair from
commend it. Air-cooled Jet
the abused follicle to grow
Stream is faster, more com-
coarser, longer, darker.
fortable.
3. You may cause skin irri-
Electrolysis is the
only
tations, pits, scars.
medically approved method
4. You may make eventual
to remove hair permanently.
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Investigate this suprior spe-
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and costlier by pulling the
manent
root and follicle out
improvement
of
and
place.
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best.

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