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August 09, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-09

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Bank Gives Eisenhower Dollars Betsy Selik Bride Danziger-Woolf
American Savings is giving Eisenhower dollar for a de-
Rites in Columbus
away "free samples" — free posit of $300 to $1,000 into a of Larry LaFond

Eisenhower dollars, as part
of its "Discoverer American
Eisenhower D o 1 la r Give-
away" now going on at all 15
branch offices.
Savers can get a new

new or existing account, two
Eisenhower dollars for a de-
posit of $1,001 to $2,000 and
an additional Eisenhower
dollar for every $1,000 de-
posited. A maximum of 10
new Eisenhower dollars will
be given away on any one
account during the give-
away.
In addition to getting free
Eisenhower dollars. Ameri-
can savers can also earn
the highest interest rates on
insured savings accounts in-
cluding 71/2 per cent four-
year certificate, in amounts
of $1,000 or more, 6 3/4 per
cent 30-month certificate, in MRS. LAWRENCE LAFOND
amounts of $1,000 or more.
An interest penalty is re-
Betsy Susan Selik became
quired for early withdrawal the bride of Lawrence Ho-
from certificate accounts.
ward LaFond in a recent
ceremony at Temple Israel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
Cantor Harold Orbach offi-
ciated.
The Ultimate
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Martin Selik
Fund Raising & Party Co.
of Avon Ln., Southfield. Par-
Fast selling fund raising ideas .. .
ents of the bridegroom are
We have fun balloons, buttons, bumper
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel LaFond
stickers, skimmer hats, etc. Everything on
of Sutherland Ave., South-
consignment. Let us Decorate your party
field.
with festive helium Balloons.
The bride wore a silk or-
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ganza gown trimmed with
Call 273-5555
Venice lace and seed pearls,
16103 W. SEVEN MILE
highlighted by a matching
Detroit, Michigan
veil. She carried lilies of the
valley and gardenias on her
confirmation Bible.
BUY A
Judy Selik was her sister's
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
FRONT QUARTER of BEEF FROM US
were Anna and Barbara La-
Fond, sisters of the bride-
groom; Tina and Jodi Son-
kin, JoAnne Nosan and Cheri
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Best man was Harry Sie-
gel. Ushers were Joel and
Roll & Tie • Slice & Pound and Polycoat Freezer Wrap
Scott Selik, brothers of the
bride; Wayne Sonkin, Theo-
to Your Specifications
dore Miller, Norman Miller,
Murray Platt and Steven
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Klein.
Mrs. Faye Tenenberg, the
bride's grandmother, also
participated in the ceremony.
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The newlyweds will reside
Owned by the Feldman Bros.
in Chicago following a Tor-
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onto honeymoon.
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Business Briefs

SHELDON D. EIZEN, of
Woodstream Dr., Farming-
ton Hills, chartered life un-
derwriter, of Farmington and
the Detroit southeastern
Michigan general agency of
NATIONAL LIFE INSUR-
ANCE CO. OF VERMONT,
took part in the firm's first
advanced pension seminar in
Montpelier, Vt. Eizen is an
associate of general agent
Austin A. Kanter, and a
life member of the Life In-
surance Leaders of Michigan,
and the National Life of Ver-
mont President's Club. He is
MRS. NEIL DANZIGER
a specialist in estate finan-
Ilene Nancy Woolf was cial planning.
united in marriage with Neil
* * *
Gary Danziger in a recent
RANDY
YEAGER has
afternoon ceremony in Co-
lumbus. Rabbi Stanley Chyet been appointed manager of
of Hebrew Union College, the new EDDIE BAUER
store in Oak Park it was an-
Cincinnati, officiated. '
nounced
by the Seattle-based
The bride is the daughter
firm,
a
division
of General
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woolf
of Nadine Ave., Huntington Mills. The 54-year old firm's
Woods. Parents of the bride- store is located at 21110
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Har- Greenfield, Oak Park, a for-
old Danziger of Freemont, 0. mer Greenfield Restaurant.
The store will include more
The bride's attendant was than 4,000 items including
her sister, Barbara Woolf, A. specialize-d outdoor equip-
C. Strip attended the bride- ment, freeze - dried foods,
groom.
"how to" books on fishing,
The new Mrs. Danziger hunting, backpacking and an
was graduated from the Uni- selection of sports jackets,
versity of Michigan. Mr. Dan- shirts, slacks and woolen cas-
ziger was graduated from uals for men, women and
Bowling Green University.
youngsters.
The couple resides in Rey-
* * *
noldsburg, 0., following a
THE NEW ORLEANS
honeymoon in Hawaii and
MALL will have a Midnight
San Francisco.
Madness sale from 9 p.m.' to
midnight today. Among the
Vaccinations Urged. 13 stores and services par-
ticipating are Efros Phar-
Now for Children
macy, The Pickwick Shop,
Detroit Health Department Mr. Man's Men's Bootery,
officials urge parents to start The Mop Shop, The Bootery,
their children's immuniza- Room at the Bottom, Dubbs
tion now.
Country Kitchen, Fabulous
It takes time for vaccines Star Bakery, Lori's, Bud Rol-
to take effect, said Dr. David lins
Shoes, Doug Hoffman,
Nolan, Detroit Health. Depart-
ment director of epidemeolo- Ltd.; New Orleans Mall Bar-
ber Shop and the Rigsby
gy. The polio and single-shot Shoe
Service. A wide array
vaccines must be spaced over
of
merchandise
will be on
a six-month period. Children
who do not have all of the sales with values of from $1
vaccinations do not have
good protection against pos-
sible cripplers and killers,
and
Nolan said.
HIS ORCHESTRA
Because diseases such as
measles, rubella and polio
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take their greatest toll among
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pre-school-age children, the
time to start immunization is
well before children enter
school, he added.
The Health Department
operates clinics providing
free vaccinations to both chil-
dren and adults who haven't
started or completed immu-
nization.
For information, call the
Detroit Health Department,
872-7133.

off to 65 per cent off of se-
lected items. The mall. is lo-
cated at 10 Mile and Green-
field Rds.
* * *
Classes in weaving are be-
ing offered for youth in
grades 3 and up by art teach-
er THELMA VICTOR 'at her
home, 10535 Vernon, Hunting-
ton Woods. Mrs. Victor offers
six hours of basic weaving
instruction which lead to the
construction of a finished pro-
ject. Weekly sessions begin-
ning Aug. 12, 19 and 26 are
still open. Classes are held
10 a.m.-noon Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Fridays, and '
there is a fee. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Victor, 399-
9284.

Camp Gan Israel
Sets Open House

Camp Gan Israel will have
an open house 1 p.m. Sunday
at the camp grounds, 16037
Pine Lake, Linden.
Guests at the open house
will be invited to view the
camp facilities, participate in
a carnival and watch a cir-
cus performance.
Refreshments will be ser-
ved at a nominal charge. For
information, call the camp
office, 398-2611.

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Radomer Aid Society will
have an executive meeting
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center.
Refreshments will be served.
Plans for the Oct. 27 ban-
quet will be discussed. Sol
Ager will chair the banquet.
Members are asked to de-
liver merchandise for the
rummage sale to Ida Klaper,
13321 Rosemary Oak Park.
For pickup, call Ms. Klaper,

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