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August 03, 1973 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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Linda Terry Naze ,
Mrs. Robert Ross


Linda Louise Terry be-
came the bride of Robert
Ross in a recent ceremony
The Temple in Atlanta.
bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Terry of Fairburn, Ga. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W.
Ross of Sutherland Ave.,
The bride was graduated
from the Georgia Baptist
Hospital School of Nursing.
Her husband was graduated
from Wayne State University
and will attend medical
school in the fall.
Following a honeymoon in
the Caribbean, the couple
will live in Atlanta.

Painters Union
Official Retires

Irving Bronson, retiring
business representative o f
Painters District Council 22,
was honored recently at a
testimonial marking a career
spanning more than 45 years
in the labor movement.
Born in New York, Bron-
son learned the painting trade
trade from his late father. In

Milwaukee Fund
Gets Chagall Gift

Business Briefs

Phil Bricker recently has
returned from Florida.
Bricker, who has been in the
furrier business for more
than 40 years, is in his fifth
year with CERESNIE &
OFFEN FURS, 181 S. Wood-
ward, Birmingham. Current-
ly, Bricker's 1973-74 fur col-
lection is being shown at
August sale prices. Bricker
is hoping all his old friends
and customers will stop by
and say hello.
PING CENTER, at Orchard
Lake and Maple Rds., will
feature Linden Harding and
his Balloon Platoon 4 p.m.
Aug. 23 as part of its eight-
day grand opening celebra-
tion. Art festivals, an inter-
national festival, a travel
day and the appearance of
local sports celebrities also
are planned

* * *

Insurance Firm
Honors Agent

Edward Gordon, Southfield
financial planning and life
insurance counselor, h a s
been honored by North
American Life Assurance Co.
for outstanding service to his
clients. He was elected pres-
ident of the company's pres-
ident's club.
Gordon joined North Amer-
ican Life's Southfield office,
at 28475 Greenfield, in 1959.
In the past 14 years, Gordon
was honored many times by
his company and by profes-
sional organizations.
He was a leader in the
Michigan agency and is a
life -and qualifying member
of the Million Dollar Round
Table, a professional asso-
ciation made up of leaders
in the life insurance indus-
try. He was recently elected
president of the Life Insur-
ance Leaders of Michigan.
Gordon was president of
Cong. Beth Shalom from
1963 to 1965 and is on its
board of directors.
* * *

A 10-day "free look" priv-
ilege for all new individual
life insurance policies issued
ANCE CO. has just gone into
effect, it was announced by
the company's general agent
in Southfield, Ruben Gold.
A new policyholder now has
10 days to decide whether
he wants to keep the policy.
If not, he can return the
policy, and it will be con-
sidered void from its incep-
tion. Any premium paid on
the policy will be refunded
without penalty.
* * *
been appointed copywriter at
Yaffe Stone August, Inc.
In 1970 and 1971 he held the
position of copywriter at Leo
Burnett. From there he put
in a year as a writer at Bur-
ton Sohigian, Inc.

Emergency Fund of the Mil-
waukee Jewish Federation
received a gift of 200,000
francs ($45,000) from artist
Marc Chagall, it was an-
nounced by Albert B. Adel-
man, a national officer of
the United Jewish Appeal.
At Chagall's request, the
gift was transmitted to
Prime Minister Golda Meir
and Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek, who accepted on be-
half of the Jerusalem Foun-
dation. The foundation will
use the money for an educa-
tional program for Jewish
and Arab children in Jeru-


1927 he joined Local 42 and
in 1933 began his ascendency
in the labor movement.
Bronson held several posts
an 1 1942 served as busi-
ne. agent for the FDC.
Three years later he was
named to the same post.
In addition to his union af-
filiation, Bronson was a mem-
ber of the executive board of
Histadrut, served on the De-
troit Housing Commission and
on the City Tax Study Com-
mittee. He helped to estab-
lish the Painters Union In-
surance Fund in 1947.
Bronson and his wife Elsie
have a son, Dr. Barry Bron-
son, and a daughter, Mrs.
Gerald Broock of Dayton.

been named chairman of the
seven-m ember Southfield
Planning Commission, re-
placing Irving Cane, who re-
signed after serving a four-
year term as chairman.

Center to Resume
Lectures by Levin

Samuel Levin, Wayne
State University professor
emeritus, will resume his
lecture series for senior
adults 1 p.m. Monday at the
10 Mile branch of the Jew-
ish Center.
He will discuss "Important
Events in Jewish History -
Other topics will be: Aug.
13, Problems Confronting the
Jews of America; Aug. 20,
Assimilation; and Aug. 27,
For information, call Eu-
gene Jaffe, 545-8780 or 341- 1

Dmitri Segal, the noted Mos-
cow linguist, will assume a
position at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, offered to him prior
to his departure from. Russia.
Prof. Segal will teach the

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