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June 28, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS .

New BB Lodge Due

An informal cocktail party
INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENli to discuss the establishment

-•
-
of a Bnai Brith lodge in the
• CARICATURES
Farmington and West Bloom-
• ASTROLOGER‘
field areas will be held 8
• CLOWNS
p.m. July 8 at the Hunters
• BELLY DANCERS
Ridge Apts. club house. For
• VARIETY SHOWS':
:N.
information,' call the Bnai
SEYMOUR . ,
'By. HATTIE
S.CHMARTZ ; Brith office, 354-6100.
SCHWARTZ

316.8563

Candy Centerpieces

Miss Neff Marries Miss Shiffman
WSU Education
Stuart B. Grant Bride of Mr. Leemis Group Gets Gift

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JUDIES

Fine Fashions

Judy Schultz

Arlene Gurecki

MRS. STUART GRANT

Judies— Exclusive Fashion
at Moderate Prices

Merchandise
Arriving Daily

• PANTSUITS • DRESSES • PARTY
PAJAMAS • TENNIS DRESSES
• SPORTSWEAR

Sizes for Juniors, Misses, Half Sizes
Sizes 3 to 24Yi

14 Kt. Fine. Jewelry — Dangle Rings
(with large selection of charms)

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adagni-

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Starting June 20th
Open 10-8 Thurs.

master charge

Mon.-Sat. 10-4:30

THEIhTERELW ,Polo

MRS. ROGER LEEMIS

Hope Joyce Neff became
the bride of Stuart Barry
Grant in a recent ceremony
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Neff of Wildwood Ave., Oak
Park. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mrs. Toby Grant
of Southfield Rd., Southfield,
and the late Jay Irving
Grant.
Mrs. Susan Zimner, sister
of the 'bridegroom, was
matron of honor. Gayle Neff
was flower girl. Spencer
Grant, brother of the bride-
groom, was best man.
Following a New England
honeymoon, the couple will
live in Detroit.

In a Tuesday evening cere-
mony at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue, Terran Rona Shiff-
man, daughter of the Irving
Hermelins of North Park
Dr., and the late Mr. Joseph
D. Shiffman, became the
bride of Roger Hughes
Leemis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd C. Leemis of Jackson-
ville, Fla. Rabbi Jacob Segal
and Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
officiated.
The bride wore a bateau-
neckline gown of silk-cloud
satin with deeply flounced
sleeves and a hem of im-
ported Brussels lace. The
hem's border was of finely
pleated silk chiffon. A cap
of matching pearled Brussels
lace held a long veil of hand-
rolled imported silk illusion.
The bride carried her con-
firmation Bible with a
Men can be elected to of- bouquet of orchids and
fice, but you can't make them Stephanotis.
think.
Mrs. Milton Shiffman was
m a t r on of honor, while
Audrey and Gail Shiffman
and the bridegroom's sister
Carol Leemis were brides-
maids. Bernard Meyer of
Jacksonville was best man.
Dr. Milton Shiffman, the
bride's brother; Gary Shiff-
man; and the bridegroom's
brothers, Scott and Ralph
Leemis of Jacksonville, were
ushers, along with David
King of Gainesville and John
Bryant of Jacksonville.
The couple will spend a
month honeymooning in
Scandinavia and Russia.

Women's
aths

(Continued from Page 28)

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AND MORE
ON SELECT ITEMS

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10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY

Visit Our Boutique Shop

OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 4 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Yankel Getz, 23241 Kipling.
Dr. Getz will speak.
* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Harry Schech-
ter, 25639 Greenfield, South-
field.
*
*
NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. club house. Re-
freshments will be served.
Guests are invited.

UNSTABLE
Prices are unpredictable
today — the only thing you
can count on for sure is your
fingers.

An initial contribution of
$5,000 in memory of Burton
I. Gordin was presented
Tuesday at the Higher Edu-
cation Opportunities Commit-
tee convocation at Wayne
State University.
Walter Klein, former di-
rector of the Jewish Corn-
munity Council, made the
presentation on behalf of the
Gordin Memorial Scholarship
Fund, which was formed by
70 political, business, labor
and civic _leaders in 1970.
Gordin was the first direc-
tor of the Michigan Civil
Rights Commission and the
victim of an unsolved slay-
ing in 1970 after serving with
the commission for six years.
A pioneer in the civil rights
struggle, Gordin achieved
national recognition as a pro-
fessional leader and activist.
HEOC has helped junior
and senior high • school stu-
dents throughout the area
with counseling, career guid-
ance, and scholarships, and
more than 500 students who
were never expected to at-
tend college have graduated
from schools throughout the
U. S. with . the aid of the
HEOC program.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 28, 1974-29.

••
n,gagement

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stan-
ley of Kenwood Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engage.
ment of their th ughter Karen
to Dr. Allen 1 !sser, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C aarles Tesser
of Sutherland Ave., Oak
Park. A Septet: ber wedding
is planned.

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TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph

OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SUNDAY 12 to 5 P.M.

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