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October 25, 1985 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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Mark and Susan Pollack

Pollack Kushner

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Susan Audrey Kushner and
Mark David Pollack were mar-
ried recently at Cong. Beth
Achim. Rabbi Milton Arm and
Cantor Max Shimansky of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Muriel and Irving Kushner of
West Bloomfield. The brideg-
room's parents are Barbara and
Frank Pollack of Highland
Park, Ill.
Linda Kushner was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Jody Pollack of Highland
Park, Ill., sister of the brideg-
room, and Alicia Lewis, Nancy
Newman Adler, Arleen Kohn
Platt, Sherry Levenson, Andrea
Becker and Lisa Stein of
Chicago.

The bridegroom's brothers,
Glen and Robert Pollack of
Highland Park, .Ill., were the
best men. Ushers were David
Kushner; brother of the bride,
and. Alan Bittker, John Banks of
Chicago, Mitch Semel of, Los
Angeles, Calif., and Scott
Goldfarb of New York.
The bride was graduated last
year' from the University of
Michigan with a B.S. degree in
psychology. Her husband also
was graduated from the U-M
with a B.A. degree in political
science and earned a law degree
at the U-M law school.
'Following a honeymoon in
Hawaii and Europe, the couple
will reside in Chicago.

YOUTH'

Pagea t Seeks Entrants

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Entries are being accepted for
the Miss Michigan Teen USA
competition. The wihner will re-
present the state in the national
finals in JanUary.
The local pageant will take
place Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at '
Kingsley Inn.
Applicants should send' a re-
cent non-returnable photo with
name, birthdate; height, weight,
address, phone niimber and
brief biography to 1986 Miss
Michigan Teen USA Pageant,
7071 Orchard Lake Rd., Suite

300, West Bloomfield48033. For
details, call pageant headquar-
ters, 851-2315. Deadline for ap-
plications is Wednesday.

Still Captive

- New York -- Seven protninent
Lebanese Jews kidnapped last
spring by a pro-Iranian Shiite
faction are still alive, but no
closer to freedom, according to
George Gruen, the American
Jewish Committee's director of
Middle Edet affairs.

• The ;Jewish - Neths encourages local ' Jewish - youth organ-
, izatioris to send in publicity about their fdrthcoming events.
Publicity should: be in The Jewish News offices by noon Fri-
day for the ` next Week's publication. Items should be typed,.
double-spaced, on 8%" X. 11 1. paper, and include the time, date
and place of each event. Phone numbers and addresses must
be accompanied by a &it and list name.

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REG. $75.00 TO $300.00

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