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May 17, 1974 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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32—Friday, May 17, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Hosts Mrs. Leah Epstein

Detroiters w hose visits
were guided by a Keren
Kayemet — Jewish National
Fund — major staff worker
had an opportunity last week
to greet and entertain her on
her visit here.
Mrs. Leah Epstein, a fourth
generation Israeli, addressed
the JNF Council here and
conferred with the women of
JNF during 'a three-day visit
in Detroit.
In her address here, Mrs.
Epstein told of current JNF

MRS. LEAH EPSTEIN

BE HAIR FREE

ELECTROLYSIS
;7.50 1/2 hr.

Mrs. S. Steiner

35 Years Experience
Doctors Referrals

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accomplishments a n d de-
scribed the struggles which
led to Israel's statehood.
A Jerusalemite who ex-
perienced the trials and trib-
ulations of the isolation of
the Holy City during the War
of Independence, Mrs. Ep-
stein related the terror ex-
perienced then and told of
the heroism she witnessed in
the years that followed by Is-
raelis fighting for security.

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358-3642

12. Wilier

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Loan Advisory Unit

of the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute.
In addition to his many
Jewish affiliations, Zeltzer
serves as secretary and
_- trustee of Citizens Mortgage
Investment Trust, also head-
quartered in Southfield, and
as a director of the Federal
Home Loan Bank of In-
dianapolis. He is a past
president of the Michigan
Savings and Loan League
and has been a member of
the board of governors of the
Mortgage Bankers Assn. of
Michigan.

American Savings Associa-
tion and prominent member
of Detroit's Jewish commu-
nity, has been elected chair-
man of the Federal Home
Loan Mortgage Corporation's
advisory committee.
The advisory committee,
comprised of one industry
representative from each of
the 12 Federal Home Loan
Bank districts and four bank
board - approved members,
provides policy and program
guidance for FHLMC, re-
flecting the experience and
interests of the savings and
loan industry and the public
Creative Party Planning
GEORGE M. ZELTZER
at large.
MISS SCHERYL SAVIN
including
A leader in Jewish cultural
Candy
Centerpieces
Mrs. Howard Savin of and professional organiza- national level, Zeltzer has
Ivanhoe Ln., Southfield, an- tions on both the local and served as chairman of the
nounces the engagement of
Personalized Party
real estate division of the
her daughter Scheryl to
Favors
Allied Jewish Campaign, past
Michael Segal, son of Dr. Robert FitzPatrick
Invitations and Party
president of the United He-
and Mrs. Norman Segal of
Accessories for all occasions.
brew Schools and is currently
Olde Franklin Dr. Farming- Runs for Congress
treasurer of the Jewish Wel-
ton Hills.
Robert E. FitzPatrick, fare Federation. He is a vice
MARCIA MASSERMAN
Miss Savin, daughter of the chairman of the Wayne Coun- president for the National
late Mr. Howard Savin, is a ty Board of Commissioners, Foundation for Jewish Cul-
646-6138
senior majoring in psychology announced that he will run ture and is a past president
and sociology at Eastern for the Democratic nomina
Michigan University. Her tion for Congress in the 17th
fiance will attend Eastern in District.
the fall.
The 40-year-old Democrat,
A July wedding is planned. elected by his colleagues to
an unprecedented fourth year
STRICTLY KOSHER
as chairman of the Wayne
All
Meat Prices Reduced
County Board of Commission-
ers in January, is seeking the
seat being vacated by retir-
ing Congresswoman Martha
W. Griffiths, also a Demo-
crat.
He is co-chairman of the
OAK PARK
13831 W. 9 MILE
Detroit-Wayne County Crimi-
nal Justice System Coordinat-
ing Council.

TEL AVIV MEAT MARKET

Gail Pryor to Have
September IITedding

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ry

Scheiyl Savin Sets Zeltzer Heads Federa
George M. Zeltzer, presi-
July Wedding Date dent
of the Southfield-based

Freshly Killed CHICKENS
In Half-Dozen Purchase

99%.
89%.

MERTZ BAKERY IS NOW IN THE BAGEL BUSINESS

THE GOLDIN BAGEL

A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry

See Morris or Joel Watnick

GIFTS
FINE JEWELRY
Thurs. to 9 P.M.
283 Hamilton

644-7626

Birmingham ( Near Crowley's)

Fashion
Coordinators for
the Full
Figure

SLACKS • BLOUSES
BLAZERS • COATS
SHORT & LONG DRESSES
PANTSUITS • BAGS
SWEATERS

SIZES 12 to 20 and 12 1/2t024 1/2

Summer Merchandise Arriving Daily
Complete Stock of Spring Merchandise

MASTERCHARGE / BANKAMERICARD

bobye Green's

better ha F Fashions

fashion coordinators for the full-figured woman"

3055 W. 12 Mile • Berkley • 398.1331 • Mon.-Sat. 10:30.4:30
(1 block West of the Berkley Theater)

"Where You Get What You Want Without Asking"

- MISS GAIL PRYOR

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Pryor of Pennsylvania Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Gail Lynn to Jack A. Shenk-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Shenkman of Alta
Vista Ave., Southfield.
Miss Pryor attends Oak-
land Community College and
will enter Oakland Univer-
sity's school of nursing in
the - fall. Her fiance is a stu-
dent in Wayne State Uni-
versity's school of business.
A September wedding is
planned.

Socialites Set
Final Dance

Detroit Socialites will hold
its final dance of the season
9 p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Eric Rosenow's Continen-
tals will provide the music
for dancing. Refreshments
will be served, and social
mixers will be part of the
evening's program.
Plans are complete for the
annual installation dinner-
dance which will be held
June 23 at the Raleigh
House.
For information, call Shir-
ley Kaner, 398-2296, or Mollie
Stern, 342-2791.

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SATURDAYS
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