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February 25, 1983 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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Lori Klisman
Plans to Marry

MISS KLISMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Klisman of Novi announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Lori Renay, to
Jeffrey Bruce Ellis of Hous-
ton, Tex., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ellis of South-
field. '
Miss Klisman earned a
BA degree in audiology and
speech science at Michigan
State University and a MA
degree in speech and lan-
guage impaired at Eastern
Michigan University.
Her fiance earned a BA
degree in accounting at
MSU.
A June wedding is
planned.

Envoys Push Resumption
of Talks on Taba Region

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael and Egypt are expected
to resume talks shortly on
the disputed Taba border
area south of Eilat and on
the implementation of the
normalization agreements.
The renewed talks follow
a series of secret negotia-
tions carried out in recent
weeks, mainly by the U.S.
ambassadors in Tel Aviv
and Cairo.
Egypt originally wanted
the talks to focus on the
Taba issue, where the exact
borderline is in dispute,
with Israel claiming that a
new five-star hotel and a
beach resort are in Israeli
territory but the Egyptians

saying the small few-acre
area belongs to them.
Israel insisted that the
negotiations also include
implementation of some
50 bilateral agreements
on normal relations be-
tween the two countries.
In the secret talks it was
decided•that the Taba issue
should be dealt with first —
a major concession by Israel
— and normalization dis-
cussed later.

The first round of talks
will probably be held in Is-
mailia, Egypt, possibly next
week. Meetings would
henceforth alternate be-
tween Israel and Egypt.

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9

Naomi Weckstein
to Marry in June

Our March special
membership offer
is like a vacation.

Yes, with relatively little
traveling, and very little money,
you can treat yourself to a lot
of the things people go out of
town for. A luxurious pool,
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weight room, basketball
courts, track, and more.
And you can have it for the
month of March for just $10.
This is doubly remarkable
when you consider that the
cost of an individual member-
ship is $215 a year and that
monthly memberships are not
ordinarily available.
Join any day in March and
enjoy 31 days of individual gen-
eral membership* for just $10.
Want to know more? Of
course you do. Just pick up the
phone and ask. It's a local call.

MISS WECKSTEIN

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin
Weckstein of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Naomi Gail,
to Elliot Henry Pachter of
New York, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Pachter of
Tamarac, Fla.
Miss Weckstein earned a
BS degree at the University
of Michigan, where she is
completing her last year of
medical school.
Her fiance earned a BA
degree at U-M and is a rab-
binical student at the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary.
A June wedding is
Warmed.

JEWISH
COMMUNITY
CENTER

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

6600 West Maple
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Southfield Has
a Food Drive

The Southfield Chamber
of Commerce is conducting
a food collection program to
benefit needy Southfield
families.
Food will be collected
Monday through March 4
and the first week of each
succeeding month.
Businesses whose em-
ployees bring food items or
wish to make a cash contri-
bution should call the
chamber offices, 356-0400.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

*

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onlo

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