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June 10, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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Miss Rockind to Wed 16 New Doctors to Get Degrees at WSU Commencement Exercises
Doctor of medicine degrees and will intern at Grace Hos- will intern at the University of be Wittenberg, son of Dr. and
Stanley N. Freedman will
be conferred by Wayne pital.
Pennsylvania Hospital.
Mrs. Samson-

MISS MARCIA ROCKIND

At a recent family dinner,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rockind, of
Sussex Ave., announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Marcia Diane, to Stanley Neil
Freedman, son of Mr. - and Mrs.
Simeon Freedman, of Prairie
Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior
in the college of education at
Wayne State University, where
she is affiliated with Phi Sigma
sorority. Mr. Freedman is a
Wayne State graduate, and was
member of Kappa Nu Fra-
ternity.
A Dec. 25 wedding is planned.

a

Censored JNF Letter
During War; Story
in June Judaica Post

What would seem a harmless
order for Jewish National Fund
materials was confiscated en
route from Salonica, Greece, to
the Hague, Holland, by a
French censor in Marseilles be-
cause the "order for materials
represented an order. for enemy
merchandise." This was on
March 13, 1916.
The entire contents of the en-
velope, including a German
catalogue describing the ma-
terials ordered, has come into
the hands of Edmond Tolkow-
sky, of Antwerp, Belgium, who
describes the cover and its
background in the June issue of
Judaica Post, journal of Phila-
telic Judaica, published here
under the editorship of Eli
Grad.
Also in this sixth issue of
Judaica Post are an article on
Benjamin Disraeli, the prime
minister of Great Britain under
Queen Victoria, written by Har-
old Alter, of Toronto; "Jewish
Refugees Who Were Interned
as Enemies," by Dr. H. H. Hirst,
of Glasgow, Scotland; and an
article on Pierre Masse, French
Resistance fighter, by John
Henry Richter, of Ann Arbor,
Mich.

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State University upon 15 men
and one woman in the com-
munity at commencement exer-
cises Thursday evening, in the
State Fair Coliseum.
Degree candidates are Ronald
S. Bennett, 8605 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park; Robert Lewis Brent,
21620 Westhampton; Neil Gar-
rett, 3036 Tyler; Franklin Gold,
17331 Greenfield; - Ho war d
Goldberg, 19 3 2 1 Littlefield;
Sheldon M. Kantor, 18086 Hub-
bell; Ronald Seltzer, 19475
Stratford Rd.; Howard S. Sha-
piro, 14915 Greenfield; Boris
Silberberg, 3641 Oakman Blvd.;
Lawrence M. Weiswasser, 11821
Otsego; Ralph Wittenberg, 2306
Oakman Blvd.; Alan I. Zane,
19747 Greenlawn; Bernard Cho-
dorkoff, 23360 Scotia, Oak Park;
Helen Annis, 4272 Clements;
Sanford J. Rautbort, 13306 S.
Norfolk; Edward L a w re n c e
Klarman, 2688 Lawrence.
Bennett, who will intern at
Harper Hospital, is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bennett,
of 23020 Beverly, Oak Park. He
and his wife, Helen, have a
daughter, Denice.
Sinai Hospital is the destina-
tion of Brent, who is the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morris S. Brent,
of 1330 Strathcona. Brent and
his wife, Harriet, have two chil-
dren.
Garrett and his wife, Geral-
dine, have a son, Jeffrey. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Goldberg, of 18444 Littlefield,

Gold, who will intern at Wil-
liam Beaumont Hospital, Roy-
al Oak, lives at home with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Gold.
Interning at Sinai Hospital
will be Goldberg, who lives with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Goldberg.
Another Sinai intern will be
Kantor, who was awarded a fel-
lowship from the National In-
stitute for research in biochem-
istry. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Kantor, of 23751
Coyle, Oak Park.
Seltzer, son of Prof. and Mrs.
Lawrence H. Seltzer, is a mem-
ber of Alpha Omega Alpha, and

Another member of Alpha
Omega 'Alpha, as well as the
Aesculapians, is Shapiro, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Shapiro,
of 1292 Stuyvessant, Birming-
ham. -
Silberberg is a WSU gradu-
ate, and Weiswasser, who is the
son of Mrs. Rose Weiswasser,
of 11821 Otsego, will intern at
Harper Hospital. Weiswasser
and his wife, Maxine, have two
children.
Interning at Mt. Zion Hospi-
tal, .San Francisco, Calif., will

S. Wittenberg. He
is a member of Alpha Kappa
Delta sociology honor society.
Zane is from Cleveland, 0.
Chodorkoff, of New York, will
intern at Beaumont Hospital, as
will Mrs. Annis, who is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Freeman, of London, England.
Rautbort, son of Mrs. Kitty
Rautbort Lipshaw, of 18315 Pen-
nington will intern at Wayne
County, General Hospital, and
Klarman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Klarman, will intern at
Sinai.

For Cooking
At Its Best
Start with the
Finest Steaks First
from . . .

HERRING

IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE ,
READY TO SERVE

KAPLAN BROS

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

Strictly Kosher Meats- Poultry



FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

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DELIVER

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WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR SPECIAL
LOW POSTED PRICES DAILY!

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IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE

AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET

SAVE ON THESE DAILY SPECIALS AT ALL THREE

NOTE: We are now featuring in our fa bulously OAK PARK market a complete
take-out delicatessen" counter including appetizers, "HOT KOSHER" corned
beef, pastrami, tongue — cooked fresh daily. TRAY SERVICE: We can now pre-
pare complete tray service featuring STRICTLY KOSHER products. FOR YOUR

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SPECIAL EVENTS CALL JO 6 4640.

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NOTICE: Visit our new modern Fresh Fish and Sea Food Department in our
OAK PARK MARKET . .. The finest selection in the city!

OAK PARK MARKET OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. - SUNDAYS to 6 P.M.

Extra Super
Special

SUPER SPECIAL

Finest Thing for Your Grill
No Fluid Needed

BRIX

59

TUNA

Pkg.

Burns Longer and Much Cleaner

Crown

MENDELSON'S

Kosher Style

GRADE A

DILL
PICKLES

JUMBO
EGGS

2 9c

quart

FROZEN

Frosty Acres

ORANGE JUICE

6
‘P

6-0z. S

Cans

51 c doz.

Frosty Acres
Sliced

STRAWBERRIES

510-0z.
Cans S i • 00

3 cans 85c

HILL'S BROS.

COFFEE

2

lb.
can

Reg., Drip, Fine

Best No. 15
or Chicago

Roland Imported
Skinless & Boneless

Heinz

Vegetarian

SALAMI or
BOLOGNA

SARDINES

in pure olive oil

BAKED -
BEANS

Long or Short

4 No. 33/41 00 89c lb.

16-0z.
Can

Cans

10'

Domino

Roland Brand .

Richelieu

Imported

Ragedy Ann

Pure Cane

MANDARIN
ORANGES

SUGAR

5

.

Freestone

PEACHES

,bg . 49 c 4 cans 99c 3 N

ta Ps3 8 9

FOOD DEPARTMENT

Frosty Acres

LEMONADE

Plain or Pink

i • 00

Pillar Rock
Extra Fancy
White Meat
Solid Pack

SAVE 40c

c

10 Can

Frosty Acres

FISH STICKS

29cp kg.

Frosty Acres

Cream
Pies

49 c each

Chocolate—Coconut
Custard

VERNOR'S

!titters

Tomato
Juice

Ginger Ale

Large
Btls.

89c

4 :Is.. 9 9c

Plus Dep.

Daisy Brand

WHIPPED
BUTTER

.

8-0z.
Cup

39c

Sweet or Salty

PRODUCE SUPER SPECIALS

GOLD'S

BEET or SHAY

Borscht

2_ 49'

iQa tr's

MAZOLA Salad &

Cooking OIL

59c

quart

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

$189

gallon

Extra Fancy
California

Vine Ripened

Cantaloupes

Jumbo 27 Size

29 c ea.

Fresh Green

Fresh Green

Solid Heads

Home Grown

CABBAGE

ASPARAGUS

5c1 b.

2

Lg.

Bnch.29

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