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November 22, 1974 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

Freeman-Berger
Rites, Solemnized

Shalom Campers
Name New Officers

Shalom Campers recently
held its second annual instal-
lation dinner at Northwood.
Inn.
Newly-elected officers in-
clude the Mannie Freidmans,
presidents; the Art Kollins,
vice presidents; the Bernie
Ludwigs, secretaries; and
the Marvin Rosens, trea-
surers.
The executive board mem-
bers - include the Jeff Buchan-
ans, Gene Kollenbergs, Aaron
Slootskies, Steve Wilburs and
Lillian Hoard.
Eleanor Rosen, past sem ,.
tart'; was named. camper of
the year. Mannie Freidman
presented the club's official
banner. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Toby, past presidents, ac-
cepted a gift in appreciation
of their leadership for. the
past two years.

Temple Israel's
Brotherhood
invites you to their

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meeting of the metropolitan
division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund to be held 9:4.5 a.m.
Sunday in Room 202 of the
Jewish Community Center.
Phillip Stoliman, chairman
of the board of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity and a 1974 campaign
vice chairman, will be guest
speaker.
Receiving awards will .be
the campaign chairmen of
various service organizations
and landsmanshaften which

Moadon Ivri to Meet

MRS. JEFFREY FREEMAN

MISS KAPETANSKY

Nancy Laura Berger be-
came the bride of Jeffrey
Freeman in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman offi-
ciated'.
The bride is the daughter
of Mrs. Jeanette Berger of
Marlow Ave.-, Oak Park, and
the late Mr. Julius Berger.
Parents of the bridegroom
and Mrs. Nettie Freeman of
Woodingham•Ave. and -the
late Mr: Eli Freeman.
. The bride wore a floor-
length, A-line, silk organza
goWn highlighted by Irish
lace and seed pearl embroid-
ery. She . wore a matching
mantilla with lace appliques
and carried a cascade of
roses.
Matron of honor was Lyn
Levine. Bridesmaids were
Carol Levy, Debbie and Pam
Barnes of California and Har-
riet Pollak.
Ushers were Ron and Larry
Berger, Burt Duchin, Ricky
Greenberg, Art Katzen and
Ernie Pollak. Adam Pollak
was ring bearer .
The couple is living in
Farmington Hills.

Dr. and Mrs. Donald I.
Kapetansky of Santa Barbara
Ave., Southfield, -announce
the engagement of their
daughter Carol Joan to Mich-
ael Howard Golob, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Golob of
Parkland, Dr., West Bloom-
field.
Miss Kapetansky was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan with .a BS degree
in nursing. bier fiance was
graduated from -Wayne State
University's law school.
An April wedding is plan-
ned. '

Sheryl Levy Weds
Dr. Howard Kahn

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The Jewish Community
Center Moadon Ivri, the He-
brew Club, will feature
Joshua Joyrich who will
speak on the poet Rachel 3:30
p.m. Saturday et the Center
10 Mile Branch.

the division. Chairmen' M
ris Asher and Morris Frie
man invite division workers
For reservations, call Mrs
Max Chomsky, division d,
rector, at the Federation of
fice, 90-3939.

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Pamela Joyce Katz became
the bride of Dr. Robert Alan
INV"
Shapiro in a recent garden
AND
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of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred L.
Katz of Valley Spring Dr.,
Birmingham. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Shapiro • of Beverly
Hills, Calif.
The bride wore an antique
tafeta gown, trimmed in Alen-
con lace.
Mrs. Frederic Keywell was
Because they are
her sister's matron of honor.
Julie Keywell was flower
fresher . . .
girl. James Shapiro was his
Because they are
brother's best man.
The new Mrs. Shapiro was
tastier .. .
graduated from Eastern Mi-
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they are
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medical school of the Uni-
versity of California at Los
Angeles.
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Men's Clubs

_ National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs officers
will meet this— weekend at
the Shiawassee Hotel. Dele-
gates attending the confer-
ence. represent- 375 clUbs in
the United States and Can-'
ada. • Rabbi Irwin Groner, of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will
address the group.
* * •
BNAI DAVID MEN'S
CLUB will rave its second
brunch of the season 11 .a.m`.
Sunday at the synagogue.
Judge Ira Kaufman will be
the - guest speaker.

MRS. - ROBERT SHAPIRO

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Reservations may still be support the campaign as well
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MRS. HOWARD KAHN

Sheryl Dawn Levy became
the bride of Dr. • Howard Les-
lie Kahn in a recent candle-
light ceremony at the Raliegh
House. Rabbi Harold S. Loss
officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. David Levy_
of Lathrup Blvd., Southfield.
Parents- of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Kahn also ofiLathrup Blvd.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory satin and lace. She
carried roses on a Bible that
belonged to the bridegroom's
great-grandmother.
Following a honeymoon in
Florida, the couple will live
in Southfield.

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