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November 30, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, Nev. 30, 1973

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SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

Socialites to Host
Pre-Hanuka Event

Detroit Socialites will pre-
sent a pre-Hanuka dance 9
p.m. Dec. 8 at the Oak Park
Community Center. Music
for dancing will be provided
by Eric Rosenow and his
Continental Orchestra.
Refreshments, social mix-
ers and prizes will highlight
the evening. The public is
welcome.
Proceeds from this dance
will be contributed to the
Israel Emergency Fund. For
information, call Shirley
Kaner, 398-2296, or Mollie
Stern, 342-2791.

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Dana Dertinger became
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Emanuel in Reno.
The bride is the daughter
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ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. A. Eugene
Letvin of Avon Ln., South-
field.
Attending the bride were
Mrs. John Nelson, matron of
honor, and Mrs. Burton
Leland, bridesmaid. Bruce
Letvin was best man, and
Burton Leland and Rick
Dertinger were ushers.
Following a honeymoon in
Mexico, the couple will live
in California.

Campers Mark
1st Anniversary

S h a l o m Campers, a 40-
family Jewish camping or-
ganization, recently c e 1 e -
brated its first Lnniversary
at an installation dinner. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Taby were
re-elected as presidents.
Other officers in elude
Messrs. and Mesdames Man-
uel Friedman, v i c e presi-
dents; Marvin Rosen, secre-
taries; and Ernest Gradis,
treasurers. Board members.
are the Hal Leiders, Charles
Zameks, Jack Kopnicks and
Aaron Slootskys.
Awards were presented to
t h e Friedmans, Gradises,
Steve Wilburs, Slootskys and
Tobys. Tanya Slootsky was
given the Shalom Camper of
the year award.
For information on Shalom
Campers, call the Kopnicks,
548-2892.

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Joel Letvin Weds Lippitts Celebrate
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OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE, at its next dinner
meeting 7 p.m. Dec. 11 a'
Town and Country Club will
have as guest speaker Arch-
priest Nicholas Fedetz, dean
of the Russian Orthodox
Churches in Michigan. He
has titled his topic "Russian
Orthodoxy and Judaism, Why
Can't It Work?" Archpriest
Nicholas was graduated from
Columbia University and St.
Vladimir's Seminary. Mem-
bers' wives are invited,
along with all members of
Bnai Brith. For reservations,
call David Redisch, 557-4271.
* * *
HARRY B. KEID AN
LODGE will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the North Park
Square Apts. club house. G.
Vernon Leopold will speak
on "Israel's Position Under
International Law." Keidan
Lodge will participate in the
Bnai Brith volleyball league.
For information, call David
Jaffa, LI 6-5805.

THE LIPPITTS

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lip-
pitt, former Detroiters of Mi-
ami Beach, will be honored
Sunday by their children on
the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Residents of Detroit for
more than 60 years, the Lip-
pitts will celebrate their
anniversary on a Caribbean
cruise. Their children include
two sons, David and Allen,
and a daughter, Mrs. Charles
Friedman, all of Detroit; and
nine grandchildren.

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Beth Shalom and Cantor Rob-
ert Shapiro of Temple Bnai
Israel, Toledo, will escort a
17-day tour of Israel begin-
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