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March 01, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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Dr. and ,Mrs. Bloch
Provide Fund with
Physicians Fellowship

Goodman-Rosen
Troth Is Told

Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Bloch
of Detroit have initiated the "Dr.
and Mrs. Abraham Bloch Ameri-
can Physicians Fellowship En-
dowment Fund" with a contribu-
tion of $500.
The American Physicians Fel-_
lowship is dedicated to raising
the standard of medical practice
in Israel. It provides fellowships
for Israeli . physicians to study
in the. United States, furnishes
funds for research in Israel, ar-
ranges for lectures in Israel and
provides books, records, teach-
ing aids, instruments and even
clothes to the Israel Medical As-
sociation.-
The organization numbers
3,000 members in the United
MISS KAREN GOODMAN
States. For information, call Dr.
Bernard Weston, Detroit chapter • Mr. and Mrs.- Sydney Good-
man of Mendota Ave. announce
president, at 342-5359.
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Karen Lee, to Stanley
Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rosen of Los Angeles, Calif.
The bride-elect is a junior at
the University of Michigan's
School of Education, where she
is affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. Her fiance was
Satisfies the
graduated from New York Uni-
whole family!
versity and is affiliated with
Bendix Systems Corporation in
Ann Arbor. An Aug. 25 wed-
ding is planned.

MAN-
SIZE
FLAVOR!

ILLAARook

Annual Midrasha Cohn-illorganroth
Engagement Told
Lecture Series
Opens March 6

Mrs. Carl Schiller, chairman
of the planning committee for
the Midrasha Institute, announc-
ed that the seventh annual lec-
ture series will open next
Wednesday, at the Esther Ber-
man Branch of the United He-
brew Schools, on Schaefer.
The first speaker in the series
will be Dr..Ben Zion Bokser,
whose topic will be "The Tal-
mud — Historical Background
and Development."
The theme for this year's lec-
ture series of Midrasha is "The
Impact of the Talmud on Jew-
ish Life."

Livonia 'Ask Experts'
Gathering on Thursday

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion has invited residents of
Livonia to "Ask the experts"
questions about recreation,
community relations, Jewish
education and. child and family
problems, 8:15 p.m., Thursday,
at the Maly and Samuel Cohn
Branch of the United Hebrew

Dexter-Davison
Markets Handle
Israel Oranges

Pillar Rock
Red
Sockeye
Salmon
- also
available
In flat
half cans.

Hearty appetites all around
your table will agree: Pillar
Rock prime red salmon is the
reddest, juiciest, meatiest
salmon in all- the world! -

FREE, nationally famous colorful 23-
recipe booklet. Tells how to make many
intriguing gourmet dishes. Salmon
chowder. Salmon curry. Tetrazzini. Pusta.
Salmonburgers. Salmon cornbread. To
receive your free salmon booklet, write
your name and address on the back of a
Pink Beauty or Pillar Rock label and
send today to

The Jewish NeWs,
17100 West Seven Mile Road,
Detroit 35, Mich.

PILLAR ROCK
FANCY RED SOCKEYE
SALMON

For the finest in pink salmon
—buy Pink Beauty Salmon.

Officials of the Israel Trade
Commission supervised the ar-
rival at the Port of Newark, N.J.,
of the first 1963 shipment of
Jaffa oranges from Israel to be
sold extensively in this country
from January through April of
this year.
Approximately 25,000 crates
were introduced into the United
States during the last-season to
be sold in 30 limited markets.
This year 120,000-.150,000 crates
will arrive to be sold in super-
markets and other food stores
including Detroit.
The Dexter-Davison Markets
in all three Metropolitan Detroit
areas were among the first in
the country to sell Jaffa oranges
laSt year and again will handle
the product this- year. Already,
according to Norman Cottler,
owner of this chain of super-
markets, requests for them are
pouring in in advance of the
arrival of the oranges due here
this week.
The Jaffa oranges are noted
for their large size, fine flavor,
seedlessness and easy peelability.
Plans have been made for gift
boxes containing 18 oranges to
be shipped anywhere in the
United States.

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

RIB STEAK, trimmed
lst Ni LAMB CHOPS
SHOULDER STEAK
CORNED BEEF ....
YOUNG BEEF LIVER
CHUCK ROAST ......
BREAST OF BEEF, trimmed

6 Lb

Avg

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49
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MISS JANICE CGIIN

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Cohn,
18945 Birchcrest, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Janice Marilyn, to Fred Morgan-
roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Morganroth of Rosemary Blvd.,
Oak Park.
The bride-elect attended Colo-
rado University and Michigan
State University where she was
affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority. She is presently
a junior in the Wayne State
University Law School.
Her fiance was graduated
from the Wayne State Law
School and was affiliated with
Tau Epsilon Rho fraternity. A
June wedding is planned.

Farband Will Present
Play 'Blacksmith's -
Daughters' at Mumford

CORNER OF HARTWELL

ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

Music the Stein-Way

DICK STEIN

& ORCHESTRA

LI 7-2770

PHOTOGRAPHY BY

BERNARD H.

WINER

KE 1-8196

Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

HAL GORDON

CHOOSE WITH CONFIDENCE!

JACK GORBACK • Photography

COHEN, ZAGER & REZNICK

DEXTER DAVISON

Prime and Choice BEEF

Lecture on Glamour
Photography at Center

The Center Camera Club of
the Jewish Center will meet 8:15
p.m. Monday in room 136 of the
Center. Tom Sheppard, Jr., will
lecture on "Glamour and Pinup
Photography." Everyone is wel-
come.

Buy better-than-ever U.S. Sav-
ings Bonds.

WE WRAP MEAT FOR FREEZER FREE!

Coolidge at 10 Mile —.Oak Park

WE DELIVER
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CITY

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DI 1-2345

"How. Far Out Is Far Out
Theatre?", a panel discussion
with audience participation, will
be the next program presented
by the Jewish Center Theatre
Players 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The subject will be discussed
by Dr. William Gregory, director
of Vanguard Playhouse; Jacques
Benay, professor of French,
Wayne State University; and
Seymour Riklin, assistant direc-
tor, Detroit Adventure. Ruth
Seligson, program chairman for
Center Theatre, will be the mod-
erator. Refreshments will be
served.
Center Theater Players also
announce open try-outs for their
third major production of the
season, "Waltz of the Toreadors,"
by Jean Anouilh, directed by
Vic Hurwitz and to be presented
May 4-5 and May 11-12. Try-outs
will be held at the Jewish Center
8 p.m. March 7, 2:30 p.m. March
10 and 8 p.m. March 11.

The Farband Labor Zionist
Order will present the musical
comedy by Peretz Hirshbein
"The Blacksmith's Daughters" 8
p.m. March 24 in the Mumford
High School auditorium.
and ENTERTAINMENT
The play is directed by Ben
BY
Bonus. Harry Schumer, City
Committee chairman, announces
that Oscar Rappaport is chair-
MRS. MORRIS BRANDWINE man for this affair. Tickets may
UN 3-5730
be obtained from Rappaport or
UN 3-8982
Schools, 31840 W. Seven Mile, from the branch secretaries. For
Livonia. A social hour will fol- information, call DI 1-0669.
low. Most of the program will
be dedicated to questions and
answers.
Moderator of the panel of
experts is Mrs. Morris J. Brand-
Our qualified professional photographers will
wine, chairman, women's gen-
record your party properly and efficiently.
eral solicitations division of
"Quality and Service Always"
1963 Allied Jewish Campaign.
Panel members are: Irwin.
Shaw, director, Jewish Com-
munity Council; Harold Silver,
UN 2-0200
UN 3-8532
Ask about Living Color
director, Jewish Family and.
We are happy to show samples on request.
Children's Service; Albert Ela-
zar, director, United Hebrew
Schools; Isidore Sobeloff, exec-
utive vice-president, J e w i sh
Welfare Federation.
The purpose of the meeting
Proprietors of
is to acquaint residents of Li-
vonia with the Federation serv-
ices available to them, and
programs that invite their par-
ticipation.
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Center. Theater Will
Present Panel on
Tar Out Theater'

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