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September 30, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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Lisa Aaron Married at SZ

Lisa Aaron - and Daniel
Kurzmann were married
recently at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Groner
and Cantors Sidney Rube
and Chaim Najman of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L
Aaron of Southfield. Pa-
rents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Kurzmann, also of South-
field.
Julie Kurzmann, sister of
the bridegroom, was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Karen Hermelin,
Helene Brodsky, Linda
Warren and Lisa Leopold.
Ronald Tarackoff was
the best man. Ushers
were Michael Aaron,
Burton Aaron and Neil
Aaron, brothers of the
bride, Neil Kurzmann
and Robert Kurzmann,
brothers of the brideg-
room, and Jeffrey Graft-
stein and Saul Sharfman.
The bride's grandmother
and grandfather, Mrs. Bir-

Jewish Federation Apts. Plan Annual Meeting, Dinner

411:
MRS. KURZMANN

die Aaron and Mr. Henry
Stone, respectively, partici-
pated in the ceremony.
Following a honeymocin
in Northern Canada, the
couple are residing in Port-
land, Maine.

Destiny has two ways of
crushing us — by refusing
our wishes and by fulfilling
them.
—Amiel

The Jewish Federation
Apartments will hold its
1983 annual meeting and
dinner on Oct. 25 at the
apartments, President
Sheldon P. Winkelman an-
nounced.
Election of directors to
the board will take place
and the annual reports will
be given by Winkelman, the
chairmen of committees and
by the Executive Director
Helen Naimark.
The nominating commit-
tee, headed by William Av-
runin, with Samuel
Hechtman, Miriam Mon-
dry, Neil Satovsky and
Winkelman as members,
presented the nominations
as follows: new candidates
for a three-year term:
Joseph Orley, Sandra
Sherman, Freddy Shiffman;
nominated for an additional
three-year term: Rose
Greenberg, Philip Handle-
man, Rose Kaplan, Janet
Levine, Lester Morris, Leo
Sklar, Dr. Hershel
Sandberg and Jack Zwick.

_

SAM & SONS FRUIT MKT.

6718 Orchard Lake Rd.

According to the by-
laws other persons may
be nominated by petition
signed by not less than 50
members of the corpora-
tion and filed with Mrs.
Naimark, not less than 10
days prior to the date of
the annual meeting.
Only one person may be
nominated in each petition
and no nomination shall be
valid unless the nominee
shall have consented to be a
candidate.
Membership in the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments shall consist of those
individuals who have made
a contribution to the most
recently completed Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund. In addi-
tion, any person interested

Open 7 Days
Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6 p.m.
SUNDAY
9 to 5 p.m.

in the purposes of the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments and desirous of be-
coming a member may
submit an application for
membership to the board of
directors.
The board of directors

may admit such person to
membership upon the af-
firmative vote of two-thirds
of the directors of the corpo-
ration.

A lady's imagination is
very rapid.

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