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December 23, 1988 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-23

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I WEDDINGS I





To discerning
Leo Knight clients
of
past, present and future
and our many friends,
we wish you a
Joyous Holiday Season
and a
New Year of
Peace and Happiness



Greetings from Leo Knight and Staff
Thank you for making this year most memorable
Because you deserve the very best.

U4D

Marla and Mark Straschewski

NIGHT

Bakst-Straschewski

mastaphctourapiry

26571 W. 12 Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48034
352-7030

Holiday Shopping on your mind?

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Jewelry, accessories and clothing!

Somerset Mall
649-4777

featuring:

STUART ROGOFF

3 5 8-5 7 44
Preview Tape
shown by appt.

Marla Judie Bakst and
Mark Allen Straschewski
were recently married at Con-
gregation Beth Achim. Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper and Can-
tor Max Shimansky
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bakst.
The bridegroom is the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Straschewski.
The matron of honor was
Gayle Cohn, sister of the
bride. Maid of honor was
Susie Silver of Hollywood,
Fla. Bridesmaids were Sue
Fershtman, Andrea Coughlin
and Joyce Reynolds. The best
man was Mike Witoszynski.
Ushers were Alan Bakst,
brother of the bride, Dave
Levinson and Dave Hoover.
Mark is the owner of
Energy One Inc., a

mechanical contracting com-
pany, and is also a builder.
Marla is owner of Marla's
Home Maintenance Care, a
home service organization.
The couple will honeymoon
this winter.

Hurwitz-Fine
Linda Sue Hurwitz of
Bronxville N.Y., and Richard
Stuart Fine of Wilton, Conn.,
were recently married at the
home of her parents in Me-
quon, Wis.
Linda is the daughter of
Marilyn and Albion Kahn of
Mequon, Wis., and the late
Dr. Sidney Hurwitz. Richard
is the son of Janet and Ed-
ward Fine of Southfield.
The couple are honeymoon-
ing in Barbados.

Vandals Hit Jewish
Targets In Denmark

THE
CLASS ACT
ORCHESTRA

For Booking Info.

GET REMITS •

Call The Jewish News

354-6060

88 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1988



Copenhagen (JTA) — Police
are investigating recent at-
tacks on two travel agencies
specializing in trips to Israel
and a suspicious fire at a
Jewish club.
The office of Israel Thurs, a
travel bureau in the center of
Copenhagen, was invaded
and vandalized by a group of
unidentified, masked youths.
Considerable damage was
done within a few minutes,
but the assailants disap-
peared by the time police ar-
rived. The travel agency has

had to move to a different
location.
Meanwhile, the Ariel
Travel Bureau in Aarhus was
vandalized seven times and
forced to move to Herning. In-
surance companies have
refused to extend its coverage.
Both travel agencies had
combined sales of about 3,500
tickets to Israel a year. The
attacks have been attributed
to anti-Israel sentiments in
Denmark.
Arson is believed responsi-
ble for a frie that broke out on

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