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September 20, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-20

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YOUR WEDDING
BAR MITZVA

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

AND ASSOCIAT-ES

Complete Coverage:

KE 1-8196

Temple Couples
Set Cocktail Party

JNF Women Honor Mrs. Sperka

Character follows a man to I
the far ends of the earth,
and faces him at the judg-
ment bar.

Rose Citron
968-0670

A Happy, Healthy New Year

From

ROSIE'S PLACE

Mrs. Yetta. Sperka, third from left, was presented with
the Jerusalem City of Peace Award Sept. 10 at the annual
Israel Bond Luncheon of the Women of the Jewish National
Fund. Participating in the program. were, from left, Mrs.
Pearl Nosan, luncheon chairman; Mrs. David Pollack,
chairman of the -women's division who presented the award
to the honoree; Mrs. Sperka; Mrs. Max Stollman, - who pre-
sented a special tribute to Mrs. Sperka; and Mrs. Jules
Kraft, president of the Women of JNF. Also participating
in the program was Mrs. Emil Spilman, past president of
Mizrachi Women and a national board member of American
Mizrachi Women. More than 200 women purchased nearly
$80,000 in Israel Bonds in honor of Mrs. Sperka.

New Fall Lines Arriving Daily

Leslie Fay, Wilroy, Questo
Country Set, Givenchy & Puccini
Sweaters, Thermo-Jac & Accent,- Jrs.

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Corned Beef,
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Knockwurst and
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LAZARUS - FRIEDMAN:
Louise Friedman became the
bride of David Sheldon Laza-
rus in a recent ceremony at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Rabbis James I. Gordon of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
and Shaill Zachariash of
Cong. Shomrey Emunah of-
ficiated, assisted by Cantors
Hyman Adler of Cong. Bnai
David, Harry Sturm of the
Downtown Synagogue and
David Gutman of Temple
Beth El, Windsor. The bride
is the daughter of the late
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Fried-
man, and was given in mar-
riage by her cousins, Wil-
liam M. Davidson and Mrs.
Dorothy Gerson. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Lazarus of Hill-
crest Ave., Livonia. The
bride wore a sata peau over
taffeta gown which was high-
lighted with a high neckline
and bishop sleeves. The Em-
pire gown was accented with

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for dentists, any individual
may make an appointment
for a free oral examination
at the clinic.
The clinic is located in the
Foundation's headquarters in
the Meyer L. Prentis Can-
cer Center, 110 East Warren.
Appointments can be made
by calling 833-0710.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

Does your child
need reading help?

Group remedial reading
classes by experienced
reading teacher. $590 per
hour. Classes are small
allowing individual attention.
Convenient earlier evening
sessions.
Telephone: 557- 0987
(after 5:00 PM.)

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Kosher Meats

8 Poultry

Wish their friends and
customers a happy, healthy New Year

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19

a Venice lace Camelot head
piece which secured an illu
sion veil. She carried an Is-
raeli Bible and a wrist cor-
sage of carnations and or-
chids. Lynne Davidson was
matron of honor. Mrs. Elinor
Sturm, Mrs. Sara Epstein
and Gita Burg were brides-
maids. Judy and Davia Sturm
and Esther Burg were flower
girls. Leslie Lazarus was
best man. Ushers were Lar-
ry Davidson, Mark Miller,
Larry Fruitman and Harvey
Schloss. Michael Sturm was
ring bearer. Following a To-
ronto honeymoon, the couple
will live in Oak Park.
* * *
ROSENBAUM - B E R N-
STEIN: Louise Bernstein and
John Rosenbaum were mar-
ried recently at Birmingham
Temple. Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Bernstein of Notting-
ham Ln., Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Rosenbaum of
Salt Lake City. The new Mrs.
Rosenbaum was graduated
from the University of Hawaii
and is presently working on
her PhD in anthoropology.
Her husband attends the Uni-
versity of California and is
working to w a r d a degree
in metalurgical engineering.
Following a honeymoon in
Boulder, Colo., the couple
will live in San Diego.

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A new oral cancer diag-
nostic and detection service
has opened at the Michigan
Cancer Foundation's Prentis
Center. The new program is
the first of its kind in Mich-
igan and will serve as a
primary referral center for
dentists and oral surgeons in
the Detroit metropolitan re-
gion who want expert diag-
nostic confirmation of pos-
sible cases of oral cancer.
Dr. Herbert Bloom, chair-
man of the Michigan Cancer
Foundation's Head and Neck
Cancer Committee, is the
coordinator of the new oral
cancer diagnostic and detec-
tion program. An oral sur-
geon, Dr. Bloom has been
active in coordinating the
planning for the new pro-
gram and will serve as its
surgical director.
While the new oral cancer
facility will be used pri-
marily as a referral center

Marriages

Mon. - Wed. 9:30-6
Thurs., Fri. 9:30-8
Sat. 9:30-5:30

Friday, Sept. 20, 1974-31

Prentis •Center Has New Oral
Cancer Detection Center

Temple Israel Couples Club
will hold its opening cocktail
party of the season 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 at the temple. Danc-
ing to Shelby Lee and her
orchestra will be featured.
Paid-up members will be ad-
mitted free of charge. For
reservations, call the Harold
R a d i n s, 557-9523, or the
James Jones, 626-2682.

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