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November 12, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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Nedra Page Engaged
to Arthur Strasner

every

Mary Berman Engaged Philadelphia Rabbi
Heads Family Service
to Jerrold Maxmen

(9n, the Ar

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time :11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Shlomo Carlebach, Has-
sidic rabbi and folk singer, will
sing "Songs of My Soul."
* *
ETERNAL LIGHT
TELEVISION
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "The Problem of Ethics

in Our Time: A Colloquy at Pusey

MISS NEDRA PAGE

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Walters
Page of Greenlawn Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Nedra to Arthur Strasner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Strasner of
Westhampton Rd., Oak Park.

SEE THE ALL NEW
1966 CHEVROLET

Better Every Way

"DEXTER CHEVROLET
IS THE BEST PLACE
TO GET YOUR CAR."
• Better Service
• Better Deals
MORE REPEAT
CUSTOMERS SAY:

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Consider the advantages of this area of fine homes:

• Birmingham schools
• Minutes from Birmingham and Northland Shopping Centers
• In Suburban North Woodward
Easy access to Southfield and John C. Lodge Freeways

Faith for Our Time," a discussion
of the forthcoming 48th general
assembly of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations featur-
ing Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
UAHC president, and Irvin Fane,
UAHC board chairman. Presiding
over the program will be Theodor
Sandler, managing editor of the
Bnai Brith Messenger of Los An-
geles.

EDMOND OLDS

HANK
NEWMA

Approved FHA Mortgages
915 First National Bldg., Det. 26

ing year. Other members of the
board are Dr. Sidney Adler, Dr.
Morris Golden, Thomas Saks and
Dr. Martin Selik.

.

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was elected president of the South-
field Board of Health for the corn-

Feature: "Reform Judaism: A

Ed Shikany's

NO W

2 OF US TO
. SERVE YOU!

VA or FHA

x.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ

We Also Have

Entertainer Joey Adams will
head the program at the Bnai Brith
Einstein Lodge and Chapter's Is-
rael Bond dance and champagne
reception 7:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Bnai David social hall.
Felix Rosenzweig is president of
the lodge and Mrs. Henry Morgan
president of the chapter, with Sol
Steinbruck as lodge Israel Bond
chairman and Mrs. Jerry Zarkin,
chapter Israel Bond chairman.
Admission is free.

MORTGAGES

ian Association.

A GOOD SELECTION OF
NEW 1965 OLDSMOBILES
& DEMONSTRATORS
AT WASHOUT PRICES!

AUTO LOANS

Rabbi David H. Wice of Phila-
delphia has been elected president
of the Family Service Association
of America, the national accredit-
ing organization for 328 marriage
and family casework counseling
services throughout North America,
which is holding its biennial con-
vention this weekend at Detroit's
Statler Hilton Hotel.
Theme of the convention is
"Family Strength — Focus of Com-
munity Concern." Approximately
1,500 delegates are attending from
throughout the United States and
Canada. Sessions are related to
the treatment of young children,
adolescents and the aged.
Spiritual leader of Cong. Rodeph
MISS MARY BERMAN
Shalom in Philadelphia, where he
was voted life tenure in 1952,
Announcement is made of the Rabbi Wice will take office of-
engagement of Mary Elizabeth Ber- ficially at the association's bien-
man, daughter of Mrs. Edward J. nial banquet today.
Berman of Minneapolis and the
late Mr. Berman, to Jerrold Sam-
uel Maxmen, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harold A. Maxmen of Oak Dr.
APPLICATIONS FOR
Miss Berman is a junior in the
honors college at the University
of Michigan. Mr. Maxmen grad-
ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
uated from Wayne State Univer-
On New or Existing Homes
sity and is a junior in its school
QUICK SERVICE
of medicine.
Phone Us Today
DR. HOWARD R. WEISSMAN
FRANKLIN

Temple Israel and recording secre-
tary of the National Jewish Librar-

FOR YOU!



House, Oxford University," a panel
discussion videotaped in England,
will include panelists Rev. Agnel-
lus Andrew, O.F.M. Catholic ad-
viser to the British Broadcasting
Corp.; Rabbi Louis Finkelstein,
chancellor of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America; and
Rev. F. Hugh Maycock, principal
of Pusey House. Moderator will be
Elie Abel, NBC news bureau chief
in London.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station WWJ
Feature: "The Alphabet of Life"
by Peter Lyon is second in the
new series "Journey Into Under-
standing." The story will trace
the origin, development and mean-
ing of the Hebrew alphabet. The
drama will include selections from
cantorial and folk music.
* * 'I'
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Features: "Coming of Age" will
examine the phenomena and im-
pact of the American Jewish
author. With hostess Melba Winer
will be Dr. Richard Bedford, as-
sistant professor of English at
Wayne State University; Mrs.
Jacob Segal, vice president of
Friends of Hillel Day School; and
Mrs. Larry Wember, librarian of

Association of America

Einstein Lodge Party
Slated for Saturday

• City water and sewers
• Choose from Colonials, Tri-Levels and Ranches
• Homes have family rooms, natural fireplaces, 2-car attached
garages, dishwashers and other features

Radom Tailors Marks
Eighth Year With Sale

Radom Tailors and Clothiers is
celebrating its eighth anniversary
in Oak Park with a storewide sale
of 20 per cent off on the entire
stock of brand name men's suits,
sport coats, slacks, topcoats, haber-

dashery and formal wear. All al-
terations are free.

Proprietors of the store, pre-
viously located on Dexter for 10
years, are the late Mr. Radom's
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Levinson, who continue
the store's tradition of person-
alized service, fine tailoring and
expert alterations on ladies' and
men's clothing.
Ladies' alterations are under the
supervision of Rosa Levinson, a
stylist and fashion coordinator.
The tuxedo rental department
offers a large selection and variety
of latest styles and colors for all
ages. There is a layaway plan for
holiday gifts.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, November 12, 1965



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