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April 23, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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30 April 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MOVING?

The king may bestow of-
fices but cannot bestow wit
to manage them.

HOUSEHOLD SALES

IN YOUR HOME

• ESTATES LIQUIDATED •
MARION GASPAS :
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626-8907:

IRENE EAGLE
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Kaploe-Reid
Rites Solemnized

D exter Davison

Five chapters of Pioneer
Women, Avodah, Brandeis,
Chana Chenesh, Dimona
and Hanita, will present a
program, "A Pictorial His-
tory of Jews in Detroit,"
noon Tuesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Commentaries on the
slide show will be offered by-
Irving Katz, executive secre-

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Sara Ann Reid and Bur-
ton E. Kaploe were married
in a recent ceremony at
Kanley Memorial Chapel at
Western Michigan Univer-
sity, Kalamazoo. Rabbi Jo-
seph Schwartz of Benton
Harbor officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore W.
Reid of Brookfield, Wis.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ka-
ploe of Briar Dr., Oak Park.
Lynda Jaqulo of Wiscon-
sin was matron of honor.
Leslie Adams of Kalamazoo
was bridesmaid.
Douglas M. Kaploe of
Houston, Texas, was his
brother's best man. Gil-
more Reid Jr. of Elgin,
Ill., brother of the bride,
was an usher.
Following a honeymoon
in Atlanta, Ga., the couple
will live in Kalamazoo.

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$7.50 1 /2 hr.

Mrs. Kreger.
Election of officers for the
1976-77 year also will take
place, with Krana Gross-
man as installing officer.
Beryl Winkelman will give
the invocation.
There is a charge. For res-
ervations by Wednesday,
call the NCJW, 557-9604.

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HELEN THOMAS

Helen Thomas, United
Press International Wash-
ington Bureau Chief, will be
guest speaker at the annual
installation luncheon of
Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, noon May 3 at the
new Jewish Community
Center.
Miss Thomas, an observer
and reporter of the adminis-
trations of Presidents Ken-
nedy, Johnson, Nixon and
Ford, will render her "View
from the White House."
Miss Thomas is an al-
umna of Wayne State Uni-
versity. She began her ca-
reer in journalism in 1942 as
a reporter for the old Wash-
ington D. C. Daily News and
later joined United Press In-
ternational. In 1975 she was
honored as president of the
White House Correspond-
ent's Association and re-
ceived the Ladies Home
Journal "Woman of the
Year in Journalism" award.

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( Engagements)

How beautiful upon the
mountains, is the messen-
ger of good tidings that an-
nounceth peace.
—Isaiah

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tion of the Hannah G. So-
lomon Award to Florence
S. Kreger "for exceptional

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Yorke
of Fairfax Ave., Southfield,
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Shelley
Ann Yorke, to Arthur Pat-
rick Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur L. Rose, Jr., of
Clarkston. Miss Yorke was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan where she
is completing master's de-
gree studies in English. Her
fiance, who also graduated
from U-M, will attend Con-
cordia University in Mon-
treal where he will pursue a
,master's degree in educa-
tional technology. An Au-
gust wedding is planned.

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service." Frances Quint
will present the award to

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15075 Lincoln,
Lincoln Tower Apt., Oak Park
Mon.-Sat. 10-4
968-1015

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Clara Marks, Mary Gilbert
and Lillian Kanarek.
The event is open to the
public at a nominal charge.
For information, call Pi-
oneer Women, 851-0750.

tary of Temple Beth El and
the historiographer of Jews
in Michigan, and Al Karbal,
director of the Learning
Resource Center of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Luncheon will precede the
presentation.
The afternoon has been
co-ordinated by Frieda
Faigin, Bess Shiffman,

UPI Bureau Chief Helen Thomas
to Address Women's Luncheon

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