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November 30, 1979 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, November 30, 1979

Abortion Change Was Not Popular

Modiin Mizrachi Research
Center, 45.4 percent favor
abortion with no restric-
tions; 28.1 percent were
satisfied with the present
law; 21.9 percent were
against legalized abortion;
and 4.6 percent were unde-
According to a poll by the cided.

Kraft-Rosenberg Rites Told

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
According to a public opin-
ion survey, there was little
public support in Israel for
the stricter abortion law
that was defeated in the
Knesset by a 54-54 tie vote.

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Debra Michelle Rosen-
berg and Charles Handler
Kraft were married re-
cently at the Michigan Inn.
Rabbi Harold Loss and Can-
tor Harold Orbach, both of
Temple Israel, officiated.
The bride is the daughter

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MRS. KRAFT
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Rosenberg of Oak Park.
Parents of the bridegroom
are the late Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Kraft.
Matron of honor was
Randy Dean. Bridesmaids
were Linda Weinbaum and
Marcy Fogelson. Junior
bridesmaid was Amy Keltz
of Houghton, and flower girl
was Ryan Richardson of To-
ronto.
Victor Norris was the
best man. Ushers were
Scott Cantor, and
brothers of the bride,
Bradley and Stuart
Rosenberg. Junior usher
was Ira Keltz of
Houghton. Ring bearer
was Jeremy Richardson
of Toronto.
Also participating in the
ceremony were Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Keltz,
grandparents of the bride,
and Nettie Handler, great-
aunt of the bridegroom.
Following an Acapulco
honeymoon, the couple is
residing in Southfield.

Bazaar Slated

Circle
Workmen's
Schools will hold their an-
nual holiday bazaar noon-6
p.m. Sunday at the Work-
men's Circle Center, 26341
Coolidge, Oak Park.
The bazaar is the annual
fund-raising project to bene-
fit Workmen's Circle
Schools. There will be sales
of handicrafts, plants, toys,
books, jewelry as well as a
bake sale, white elephant
sale and prizes. The
Entertainment '80 books
also will be on sale. Lunch
will be served from noon to 2
p.m. and dinner from 4 to 6
p.m. There is a nominal
charge.
For information, call the
Workmen's Circle office,
545-0985.

Group Benefits
Survivors' Kin

An organization of chil-
dren of Holocaust survivors
is being formed in conjunc-
tion with the Holocaust
Memorial Center.
The organization will
focus on the impact of the
Holocaust on the lives of
children of survivors
through discussion groups,
self-awareness groups and
educational programs. It
also will serve to educate
the community.
The first meeting will be
held 10:30 a.m. Dec. 9 at the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter's 10 Mile,branch.
For information, call
Charley Silow, 468-3340 or
559-0545.

Greys Dedicate Forest
in Israel Aided by JNF

A forest of 10,000 trees in
Lahav, Israel, was dedi-
cated recently in honor of
50th wedding anniversary
of Irene J. and Oscar F.
Grey, formerly of South-
field, and currently resi-
dents of Miami Beach, Fla.
The forest was commis-
sioned by their son,
Michael, daughter-in-law
Cindy, and grandchildren of
West Bloomfield and
planted under the auspices
of the Jewish National
Fund.
Born in Grand Rapids,
Grey started the Oscar F.

Grey and Associates man-
ufacturers' representative
agency 24 years ago. Today,
the firm is headed by son,
Michael.
In Detroit, the Greys
were members of Temple
Beth El and the
Knollwood Country
Club. Mrs. Grey was
president of the local
chapter of CARIH and
was a longtime guild
member and volunteer at
Sinai Hospital.
The senior Greys
have a daughter, Joan Sol-
ferin.

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'WELCOME'

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Attending the dedication of the Irene J. and Oscar
F. Grey Forest in Israel, planted under the auspices of
the Jewish National Fund, are, from left: Michael
Grey, Lori Grey, Oscar Grey, Irene Grey, Cindy Grey
and David Grey.

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