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November 23, 1984 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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Friday,. November 23; 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS:

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HOME
BURGLAR
ALARMS

Telephones &
Telephone Systems

For Office & Residential
• ITT
• PANASONIC
• COMDIAL & TYE EQUIPMENT

lowest prices in town!

Call 354-7219

Detroit

255-1540

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after 6:00 354-4025

JAMIE MARX ...„4
GOES
DISCOUNT!
DESIGNER SHOES

NATIONALLY FAMOUS






De Liso
Andrew Geller
Vaneli
Palizzio

$

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WEDDINGS

UNIVERSAL
TELECOM

CALL THE ROTT BROS. Marty, Cy or Shel

626-0901

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MP'

Thousands of Satisfied Customers
Central Station — Direct to Police

Farmington Hills

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• Julienneli
• Mignani
• Christian Dior
• Many Others

499 0

David and Cynthia Romand

Romand-Bloom

Cynthia Beth Bloom and David
Gene Romand were married re-
cently at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods. Rabbi James Gordon of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mitcheal and Hilda Bloom of
Southfield. The bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Sonia Israel Romand
of Los Angeles, Calif.
Joanne Levin was the matron of

honor. Bridesmaids were Pamela
Bloom, Judy Pasternak and the
bridegroom's sister, Sharon
Doyne.

Moshe Parry was the best man.
Ushers were the bride's brothers,
Kenneth J. Bloom and Richard J.
Bloom.

The couple is residing in Mon-
sey, N.Y.

ANNIVERSARIES

values to $120

ALL ITALIAN IMPORTS

MIK

including
Guido Pasquali,
Thierry Mugler,
Cleo Bottler,
Adige,
and many others .. .

reg. to $400

SHOES & BOOTS
60 & 70% OFF

Sale starts. Nov. 23rd, 10 a.m.

JAMIE MARX

Sadie and Morton Dermer

50th anniversary

Inc.

Sunset Strip

29504 Northwestern, Southfield
357-3077

Sadie and Morton Dermer of
Oak Park celebrated their 50th
anniversary on Nov. 11 at Mitch's
II at a dinner party given by their
children, Judy and Bernie Tar-
now of West Bloomfield and Shari
and Arthur Dermer of Birming-
ham.
Guests included their three
grandchildren, Eric, Lauren and
Mara Dermer, and friends and
relatives. Out-of-town guests in-
cluded Celia and Phil Kal-
manowitz, Peggy and Paul

Greenberg, Sylvia and Jess Mil-
ler, Ruth and Al Gursky, Kenny,
Kelly and Bob Aran of Los;
Angeles.
The senior Dermers are former
owners of Greenbush Inn and
have been realtors for the past 30
years.
Dermer is a member of the Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons, vice
president of the Real Estate and
Construction Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and a member of Temple
Israel.

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