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November 17, 1989 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-17

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40THES

ENCOUNTERS

"Contemporary Women's Sportswear"

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Dr. Lisa Buckfire-Elconin and Joel Elconin

33306 Grand River

471-5620

East of Farmington Road
in Downtown Farmington

New York Artist
Exhibits Original
Cloisonne'
Jewelry Collection

Elconin-Buckfire

Dr. Lisa Buckfire, daughter
of David and Vicky Buckfire
of Farmingotn Hills, and Joel
Elconin, son of Richard and
Norma Elconin, of Monroe,
were recently married at Con-
gregation B'nai Moshe.
Officiating at the ceremony
were Rabbis Allen
Meyerowitz and Stanley
Rosenbaum, Cantor Louis
Klein and Sholom Ralph.
Maid of honor was Abby
Levinsky. Bridesmaids were
Dr. Laura LaFave, Dr. Debby
Guinn, Elise Elconin, Dr.
Jody Garfinkel and Deborah
Alexander.
Ira Warshaw was best man.

Groomsmen were Mike
McCloskey, Steve Olgin,
Craig Chappell, Steve Reed
and Daniel and Larry
Buckfire, brothers of the
bride.
Heather Isaacson was
flower girl. Zachary Isaacson
was the ring bearer. The
bride's grandmother, Bertha
Kreisman, great aunt and
ucnles, Cecilia and Hugo Ic-
zkovitz and Bernard Sommer
and the groom's grand-
parents, Isadore and Eva
Fogel, also .participated.
Following a honeymoon in
Bermuda, the couple will
reside in Chicago.

NEWS I

Israel's Getting Wired;
Cable Coming Jan. 1

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel got
wired for cable television
last week.
Subscribers will now be
able to select from 24
channels, some operating
around the clock, for a fee of
about $50 a month.
In addition to Israeli tele-
vision, they will have a
choice of programming from
Jordan, Christian mis-
sionary broadcasts in
English from Lebanon and a
dozen or more news and
entertainment shows via
satellite from the United
States and Europe.
All of this will start on
Jan. 1.
In the meantime, the first
cable television - franchise
began operations on an ex-
perimental basis in Bat
Yam, a suburb of Tel Aviv.
Israel has been divided
into 20 regions for cable TV
purposes. In each one,
wealthy urban areas are
paired with poorer de-

velopment towns and rural
areas. The concessionaires
must offer identical service
to all income brackets and
must also provide local and
regional news and children's
programs.
Cable facilities are provid-
ed by Bezek Telecom-
munications.

EARLY
DEADLINE
FOR NOV. 24

News: 5 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 16.
Display Adv.: 3 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 17
Classified: Noon
Monday, Nov. 20

FOR DEC. 1

News: noon
Wednesday, Nov. 22

The Jewish News of-
fices will be closed
Nov. 23-24.

Felicia Liban, New York award
winning, commissioned artist and
designer, will exhibit her
fascinating collection of original
cloisonne' jewelry Friday and
Saturday, November 17 and 18,
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday,
November 19, from 12 to 4 p.m. at
George Ohrenstein Jewelers in the
Harvard Row Mall. Mrs. Liban is on
staff at Parsons School of Design,
and at the Nassau Museum of Fine
Arts, and instructs students in her
private studio. Co-author of a
book, "Cloisonne, the Art of
Cloisonne' Enameling and Jewelry
Making,' published in 1981, her
work is in numerous private collec-
tions and public institutions.
Speaking of her Cloisonne' col-
lection, Liban says, "this collection
of contemporary jewelry reflects
design and techniques I developed
recently. Utilizing different
material, metals, and fibers, I
fashioned these into non-
traditional jewelry. These creations
often assume the character art
trends that represent styles that in-
clude abstract art, pop art, and
hard edge painting."
George Ohrenstein Jewelers is
located in the Harvard Row Mall at
Lahser and Eleven Mile Rd. If you
have any questions please feel free
to call 353-3146.

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