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July 28, 1978 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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Friday, July 28, 1918 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ORCHESTRA

Marriages

and

DISCO
For
Great
Sounds
All Occasion

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Bette Klegon and Gary
F. Halby were married in a
recent ceremony in the
bride's Cornwall, Conn.,
home. Rabbi Malcolm
Thomson of Greenwich,
Conn., officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kle-
gon of Southfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Halby of New
York City.
Attendants were Mrs.
Dorothy Freedland of
Bloomfield Hills, sister of
the bride; Willa Scott-Levi
and Pamela Ackerman of
New York City; Dr. Mishe
Levi, Bruce Fagin, Irwin
Kruger and Michael Ben-
Eli of New York; and Dr.
Norman Klegon of
Franklin, brother of the
bride.
The new Mrs. Halby was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan where she
earned a BS degree from the

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AND ALL SPECIAL OCCASION
GOWNS

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latest styles sure to make that special
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Mr. and Mrs. Maurice (Li-
lyan) Victor of Southfield
had occasion for a double
celebration recently, as
their children, Nancy L.
Grossman, and Kenneth
S. Victor were married.
Nancy became the bride
of Dr. Emanuel M. Ab-
rams in an afternoon gar-

Business
Briefs

William W. Gross has
been appointed senior vice
president of Schostak
Brothers & Co., Inc., it was
announced by Ted J. Simon,
president of the real estate
firm.
* 5 *
Bonnie E. Perugino has
recently been promoted to
branch manager in charge
of the Oak Park branch of
Metropolitan Savings As-
sociation.

• • •

Stolen Bases
Benefit Youth

Acme Sporting Goods
likes stolen bases — in pro-
fessional league play, that
is.
They like them so much
so that when major leaguer
Ron LeFlore or any of his
teammates steals a base,
the sporting goods company
donates a $25 gift certificate
to a youth sports organiza-
tion.
A beneficiary of the gift
certificates has been The
Orchards Children's Ser-
vices, a child welfare
agency, operated by the
Great Detroit Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women. The agency exists
under the auspices of the
Michigan Department of
Social Services and works in
liaison with the Jewish
Family Service and state
and county agencies.
Chuck Roover, president
of the sporting goods com-
pany, initiated the prog-
ram.

Engagements

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WE CARRY THE FINEST — EASY TO COOK — NO
WORK CHICKEN CORDON BLEU & CHICKEN KIEV

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

South of Maple
West Bloomfield Plaza

626-4656

U-M School of Architecture
and Design. She pursued
graduate studies at the
University of California at
Berkeley and at Wayne
State University, where she
earned a master's degree in
art and art history. Her
husband was graduated
from the School of Visual
Arts in New York City.
The couple will reside in
New York City and
Cornwall.

FREE PARKING

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ross
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sheila Ann Ross, to
Joseph Rothenberg, son
of Mrs. Anna Rothenberg of
Southfield and the late Mr.
Albert Rothenberg. Miss
Ross was graduated from
Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity. Her fiance was
graduated from Northern
Michigan University. A fall
wedding is planned.

Federal Loan
Aids Jewish Aged

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den ceremony in California.
Dr. Abrams is the son of
Mrs. Eleanor Abrams of
West Los Angeles, Calif.,
and the late Rabbi Abba
Abrams. The couple were
attended by children Jus-
tine and Adam Grossman;
Rachel, Daniel and Hillel
Abrams; Kenneth Victor,
brother of the bride; and sis-
ters, parents and grand-
mother.
Kenneth and Merri Mar-
tin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas C. Martin of
Tucson, Ariz., were mar-
ried July 2 in Arizona.
Rabbi Joseph Messing, U.S.
Army Chaplain, officiated.

— 4/Mit7E ziwty

Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Grossman of Lincoln Dr
Oak Park, were honored 13 .,
their children and grand-
children last week at a din-
ner at the Clamdiggers Re-
staurant on the occasion of
their 63rd wedding an-
niversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cantor,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosen-
feld, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Grossman, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Daugherty, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Grossman and
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Grossman.
The senior Grossmans
have 13 grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

CLIFTON, N.J. G.ITA) —
The Daughters of Miriam
Center for the Aged, which
for the past 10 years has
provided elderly persons
with a low-cost 120-unit
apartment structure, has
received a $6,078,200 fed-
eral loan to construct an ad-
ditional 150-unit apart-
ment house for low and
moderate income senior
citizens.

SINGING .GUITARIST

plays
lays violin

arpi Sing
notgo s and plays
Jewi sh ammo
Modern
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398-2462

August Fur Sale

. . . of our Fall and
Winter Collection
EXCITING BRAND-
NEW STYLES . . .
In weeks to come,
these same furs
will be much higher.
Do visit us soon.

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Designers of Fine Furs

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