THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 18, 1986
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Shari Ferber and Alon Kaufman
Her fiance is working towards
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferber of
West Bloomfield' announce the a master's degree in marketing
engagement of their daughter, at the New York Institute of
Shari Fay, to Alon David Kauf- Technology. He is employed at
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shi- El Al Airlines-Security.
mon Kaufman of Tel Aviv, Is-
Alon and Shari will continue
their respective education in
Miss Ferber earned a B.A. de- London, England, as partici-
gree in psychology and Near pants in an international law
Eastern studies at the Univer- and business program during
sity of Michigan. She is now
attending the University of De- the 1986-1987 school year.
A June wedding is planned.
troit Law School.
To our readers
ROBIN & MORRIS MARGULIES
Adam, Jeffrey and Alex
The Jewish News welcomes announcements of organiza-
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mitzvah. Publicity for these items must be typed, double-spaced
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Joyous And Peaceful
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Charles S. Wolfe, seated, second from left, executive vice president of
the Jewish Home for Aged, was elected president of the North
American Association of Jewish Homes and Housing for the Aged.
Pictured with him at the annual meeting are, seated from left:
David Dunkelman, director, Jewish Home for Aged, Buffalo, N.Y.;
Carol Wolfe and Phyllis Newman; and standing from left: Robert
A. Steinberg, Cynthia Steinberg, Al Newman and Leonard Simons.