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May 13, 1988 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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Make a
Wonde
Wedding

at the Holiday inn
Livonia West

The Holiday Inn Livonia
West will help you make that
wedding very special. The
elegance of our Grand
Plantation Ballroom and
the professionalism of
our catering staff will add
immeasurably to your plans.
Reserve now for a Sunday
night wedding with 200
or more guests and well
include a complimentary
Honeymoon Suite package
including:
• Overnight
accommodations for
the bride and groom in
a luxurious
Honeymoon Suite.
• Complimentary bottle
of champagne and two
champagne flutes to
commemorate the
special occasion.
• Complimentary
breakfast for the bride
& groom the next
morning.

Call 464-1300
and ask for Catering.

Iftak;

LIVONIA-WEST

1-275 at Six Mile
Livonia, MI 48152

358-5744

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10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

94 FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1988

Four Winds Gallery
340 E. Maple
Birmingham, Michigan
(313) 644-2150

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Brunelle-Silverman

Ms. Marsha Lynne Silver-
man vva, ' - recently to
Mr. Thomas Theodore
Brunelle in Branford, Conn.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Walter A. Goodman of
Bloomfield Hills and Gilbert
B. Silverman of Southfield.
Mr. Brunelle is the son of
Frederick A. Brunelle and
Mrs. Elaine E. Brunelle of
Brookfield, Mass.
Mrs. Brunelle holds degrees
from the University of
Michigan, the University of
Denver and Yale University.
She is employed as director of
data quality by Corporate
Health Strategies of New
Haven, Conn., a subsidiary of
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co.
The bridegroom was
gradua' from the Universi-
ty of Lowell. He is employed
as northeastern market
representative by General
Numeric of North Branford,
Conn.
The couple resides in Bran-
ford. They plan an extended
honeymoon in early summer.

JWV

Auxiliary Plans
Installation

The Lipshaw-Hoberman
Auxiliary will have its in-
stallation luncheon on May
21 at noon at the Empress
Gardens restaurant.
The new officers are: Frieda
Samoss, president; Frances
Binder, senior vice president;
Eleanor Karasick, junior vice
president; Anne Green,
treasurer; Sophie Garber,
recording secretary; Ruth
Stone, corresponding secre-
tary; Sophie Garber and Ruth
Stone, patriotic instructress.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Samoss, 967-3632.

Auxiliary Plans
To Meet Thesday

Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary will meet
Tuesday, 8 p.m. at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed by the Charles Shapiro
Auxiliary. Hostess will be
Margaret Mendelsohn, presi-
dent. Reports will be given by
Senior Vice President Shirley
Schlussel; Junior Vice Presi-
dent Florence Weber;
Treasurer Diana Joffe, and
Faye Glosser, patriotic in-
structress, will report on flag
presentations. Elaine Zeron
and Shirlee Snider wil report
on the recent official visit of

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