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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, August 13, 1982

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Marriage Unit Sets Events

The Michigan Chapter of
Jewish Marriage Encounter
will host Rabbi and Mrs.
Milton (Ruth) Rosenfeld as
the rabbinic couple present-
ing the next Jewish Mar-
riage Encounter Weekend,
Aug. 21-23.
Rabbi Rosenfeld was or-
dained at Hebrew Union
College in 1960 and has
been the rabbi of Temple Is-
rael in Staten Island, N.Y.
for the past 10 years.
This will be the first
Michigan Jewish Marriage
Encounter Weekend where

the three presenting
couples are all from Michi-
gan. The team will consist
of: Sharon and Shel Rocklin,
Dan and Sue Stettner, and
Diane and Mark Voight.
Marriage Encounter is
for couples who are hap-
pily married and who
want to make their rela-
tionship more meaning-
ful. Its goal is to improve
communication.
For information, call the
Voights, 649-3567.
Shari and Al Gladner,
and Beverly and Jerry Vie-
drab recently attended an
International Congress of
Jewish Marriage
Encounter, held in Wash-
ington, D.C.
The second annual
Jewish Marriage Encounter
picnic will be held at Inde-
pendence Oaks County
Park 11 a.m. Aug. 29. All
Michigan Jewish Marriage
Encounter couples and their
families are invited. Par-
ticipants are requested to
bring their own lunches and
sports equipment. There
will be games and prizes.
For information, call
Harvey and Esther Olson,
851-1594.

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Nita Fisher and An- Mr.
Al
and
Mrs.
thony Tucker were mar- Rothenberg of Birming-
ried recently aboard the ham. Parents of the brideg-
Virginia V. The bride is the room are Mr. and Mrs. Alex
daughter of Mr. Louis Lande of Indianapolis, Ind.
Fisher of West Bloomfield
Joan Rothenberg was her
and the late Mrs. Ann sister's maid of honor.
Fisher. Following a honey- Bridesmaids were: Nancy
moon in Peru, the couple are Skilken, Lisa Mandell,
residing in Seattle, Wash.
Fran Bercovitz and Julie
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Lande. Allison Krieger was
Beth Susan Rothen- the flower girl.
Paul Lande was his
berg and Gerald Lande
were married recently at brother's best man. Ushers
the Troy Hilton Hotel. - were Phil Lande, brother of
Rabbi Ernst Conrad of the bridegroom, Jason Le-
Temple Kol Ami officiated. vin, Steven Shorr and Mark
The bride is the daughter of Zeidenstein.
Following a Bermuda
honeymoon, the couple are
Arleen Litt
residing in Indianapolis.

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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Hundreds of items were do-
nated by people from
throUghout the world for
last week's "Libitrom" auc-
tion, the Israel Broadcast-
ing Authority's telethon to
benefit the Israel Defense
Forces. Among the dona-
tions was a rare collection of
100 first-day stamp issues,
each envelope decorated
with an original drawing by
an Israel artist.
Merchants at Tel Aviv's
flea market competed with
each other to contribute the
most unusual object. Soccer
referee Avraham Klein
brought one of the balls
used during the World Cup
final game and Mr
Shearim residents donat,
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MRS. SIMONI

Arlene Elise Litt and
Lawrence Simoni were
married recently at the Bay
Pointe Country Club. Rabbi
Harold Loss officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Litt of Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Simoni of
Sterling Heights.
Nancy Polen was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Debi Smith and Patti
Simoni, sisters of the
bridegroom, and Ann Bran-
nigan.
David Cooper was the
best man. Ushers were
Stuart Litt, brother of the
bride, Mitchell Wiec-
zorek, Al Dika and De-
nnis Pijanowski.
The couple honeymooned
in Toronto.

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Marriages

Bnai Brith
Activities

REY-UT UNIT will hold
its annual road rally Sept.
11, beginning at 7:15 p.m. at
the Southfield Post Office.
There is a charge. Couples
interested in participating
should call Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Spitz, 557-6884.

Rare Donations

Calls to the Jewish Com-
munity Council's Informa-
tion and Resource Center in
Southfield will be handled
by the Detroit office until
Aug. 23. The Detroit
number is 962-1880.
The Information and Re-
source Center provides as-
sistance to groups and inch-
viduals in all phases of pro-
gram planning and also
serves as an information
and referral service.
Films, educational mate-
rials and speakers are
available on a wide variety
of topics including: Israel
and the Middle East, Soviet
Jewry, Holocaust educa-
tion, anti-Semtitism and
inter-group relations.
Anyone needing assis-
tance should contact the
Council's Detroit office
until Aug. 23 when the
Southfield Center (352-
616) resumes its regular
schedule.

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