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June 07, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-07

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MRS. DAVID ROTHMAN

Phyllis Marcia Levenstein was
wed to David Rothman in a
ceremony performed May 23 at
Temple Israel of Hollywood,
Calif.
A dinner reception followed
at the home of bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rothman. Parents of the bride
are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Leven-
stein of San Juan Dr. Following
a honeymoon at Lake Tahoe,
Yosemite and Detroit, the new-
lyweds are making their home
in Los Angeles.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Jewish Authors and
Literature," a conversation with
I. Bashevis Singer, world_ re-
nowned Jewish author, will dis-
cuss literattire with Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Rabbi Irwin Groner
will discuss "The Jewish Pro-
gram Planners' Institute," the
annual Jewish Community Coun-
cil project to facilitate more ef-
fective organizational program-
ming.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Science and Can-
cer Research in Israel." Dr.
Isaac Berenblum, director, De-
. partment of Experimental Bio-
logy at Israel's Weizmann In-
stitute, will discuss discoveries
on this field with Professor
Werner Heim of Wayne State
University's Biology Depart-
ment.

-

* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Martin B. Ry-
back, Temple N e r Tamid,
Downey, Calif., will discuss
"The Covenant—Its Meaning
for Modern Man."

Judge Nathan Kaufman
to Address *Gathering
of Bereznitzer Society

David Fogels Mark Hart to Speak at Workmen's Circle
60th Anniversary
Parley to Back Liberal Immigration

Circuit Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman will be the guest
speaker at the Yom Ka-Atzmaut
gathering sponsored by the
Bereznitzer Aid Society on
Thursday evening at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute.
The affair will honor Past
President Isadore Sweet for his
years of service to the society.
Sol Kanat, past president, is
the Israel Bond chairman; Jacob
Koss is the president and Rubin
Galchinsky is vice-president of
the society which has been in
the forefront in the Israel Bond
campaign.
• Judge Kaufman is co-chairman
of the Israel Bond High Holy
Day Council.

The conference will be held
Senator Philip A. Hart will
address a community-wide con- at Workmen's Circle Educational
ference 9 p.m. Saturday to or- Center, 18340 Seven Mile, as
ganize support for a liberalized part of a nationwide campaign
national immigration law, called initiated by the Workmen's
by the Workmen's Circle of Circle "as• a positive contribu-
Michigan organ of the national tion to the cause of democracy
Jewish fraternal and cultural in the cold war against com-
munism."
order.
The bill now being sponsored
Workmen's Cirdle Spokes-
men here said that they hope by 25 senators was originally
community groups will get be- introduced by Hart.
The conference is open to the
hind the bill sponsored by 25
senators from 17 states "to eli- public free of charge.
minate from our immigration
Michigan produces two-thirds
law the national origins quota
system which proclaims to the of the nation's supply of eastern
world that we consider people white winter wheat used in pas-
of certain races and nations try and crackers, and as a blen-
der for other flours.
unfit to live among us."

LUTZ - BARTICK: Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Bartick of Anaheim,
Calif. announce the marriage of
their sister, Helen May, daugh-
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Bartick, to Paul Lutz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lutz of
Oak Park, on June 2. After a
honeymoon at Cape Cod, the
newlyweds will reside at 25301
Montmartre Ct., Oak Park.

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NATHAN & IRVING'S

Mr. and Mrs. David Fogel of
Oak Park were guests of honor
at an open house celebration of
their 60th wedding anniversary
held at the home of their son,
Sidney. In attendance were son
Louis of Charlevoix, Pa.; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Herman Rockman,
seven grandchildren, two great
grandchildren, Mrs. Fogel's sis-
ters of Los Angeles and Pitts-
burgh and many other relatives
and friends.

Eng age ments

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R.
Pizer of Franklin announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Dawn to Arnold Jay
Atler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dore Atler of Oak Park. Miss
Pizer is a senior at Oakland
University. The couple plan a
Dec. 28 wedding at Temple
Israel.
* * *
Suzanne Me d v in will ex-
change marriage vows with
Gerald M. Kirschner June 29
at the Raleigh House. Parents
of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Medvin of Murray Hill
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kirschner of Wisconsin Ave.

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18 Delicious
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5 9C lb.

1/2

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NO COUPON
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SLICED
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89c 5

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PLANTER'S

ROLAND

PEANUT
OIL

IMPORTED
SPRATS

24-0z. 53
Decanter

4 cans 95c

No. 11/4$1 00
Cans

DAIRY SPECIALS!

KAUKAUNA
CLUB BABY

AUSTRIAN ALPS
IMPORTED

GOUDA
CHEESE

GRUYERE
CHEESE

39c 12iiir 29c

8-0z.
Roll

FROSTY ACRES

Golden Waffles

Marriages

- THE DAVID FOGELS

Pkg.

1 O c

FROSTY ACRES
(Fresh Flavor)

Sliced Peaches
10-oz. 7c

Can

1

KRAFT
VELVEETA

2

BLobx.

79

American or
Pimento

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New Pack

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Reg. 39c ea.

Spinach

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- Pkg.

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LIBBY'S

Pieces & Sterns

Cream Style

MUSHROOMS
$100

CORN

4-0z.
Cans

MAXWELL
HOUSE

INSTANT
COFFEE
89c

Lg.
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6

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Unsweetened

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JUICE'

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Qt.
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NEW ERA

POTATO
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Lg.
14-0z.
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FRITOS

CORN
CHIPS

Lg.
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49c

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California Sweet

BLACK BING

CHERRIES

Jumbo Size

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Fresh

Home Grown

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Crispy

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1 9 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June '7, 1963

Rothman-Levenstein
Rites Solemnized

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