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May 16, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NCJW Honors Life Members

The

SHEL ROTT

ORCHESTRA

Featuring
T.V. & Recording Artist

,

VICKIE CARROLL
"Prottasslonal EntortaInn•nt"

I 354-0170

255-1599

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will honor all life
members and new life
members at a petite lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Linda Klein,
5180 Pon Valley, Bloom-
field Hills.
Entertainment will be
provicCd by soprano Helen
Rowin and pianist David
Wilson. They will present a
musical salute to romance,
"A Time to Love," featuring
selections from American
composers.
Arranging the program
are Carol Krugel, member-
ship vice president; Jan

NEW HOURS

NEW HOURS

Ahin

Friday, May 16, 1980 31

Hauser, - life membership
chairman, and Rose Gould,
co-chairman. Committee
members are: Judy Adel-
man, Mimi Alspector, Sha-
ron Block, Carol Bloom,
Ann Caplan, Shelley
Cooper, Peggy Frank,
Dorothy Imerman, Ruth
Klein, Elaine Koshar, Sally
Mayer, Myrna Partrich,
Carolyn Schreiber, Lois
Shaevsky and Fran Stern.
Ex-officio are Phyllis Wel-
ling and Sondra Nathan.
For information and
reservations, call the
NCJW office, 557-9604.

Kamil-Harder
Vows Spoken

eweter

SELECTED jEWELRY

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13720 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich.

ti

Near Post Office

OPEN WED.

LI 7-5068

CLOSED SAT.

MRS. KAMIL

•STYLING WITH
IMAGINATION
•SENSIBLE PRICES
•DECORATOR
FABRICS
•FINE WORKMANSHIP

•Riverbreak
•Puffin
•Eagle Mountain
•Bouquet

Catherine Ann Harder
became the bride of Mark
Andrew Kamil in a recent
ceremony at which Rabbi
M. Robert Syme of Temple
Israel officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Har-
der and the late Mrs. Rita
Harder. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Kamil.
Capt. Elizabeth Harder,
sister of the bride, and Flor-
ence Kamil, sister of the
bridegroom, attended the
bride. Thomas Pearlman
was best man and John
Mayer was the usher. -^
The new Mrs. Kamil
and her husband were
graduated from Michi-
gan State University.
They are residing in
Chicago, where Mrs. Kannl
attends the University of
Chicago and her husband is
a student at the Chicago
Medical School.

Women Realtors
Plan Meeting

• FREIGHT AND HAND • ADDITIONAL
Any book - any group in our lib_raDi.
Coupon.expires Sat., May 31
No Charges Accepted
Coupon must be presented
upon placing order only.

37041 Grand River

Farmington

(313) 478-3133

Daily 910-6:00
Mon. I Thum.

30886 Orchard Lake Road

Farmington Hills

(313) 626-4313

Dolly 9:30-6170
Thum. 9:X-8:00

The South Oakland
County Board of Realtors
Women's Council will meet
11:30 a.m. Wednesday at
the Pagoda Restaurant,
Clawson.
Jim Egan,, owner of De-
troit Title Co., will speak on
"Legal Interpretations in
Today's Market."
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Nancy
Lunan, 557-3500.

CHAIM to Meet
at Morris Branch

CHAIM — Children of
Holocaust Survivors Asso-
ciation in Michigan — will
meet 10:30 a.m. Sunday at
the Morris branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
Coffee will be served at 10.
Dr. Emanuel Tanay,
psychiatrist, will speak. For
information, call the
CHAIM office, 962-9694.

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