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October 18, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 18, 1974-35

JVS Aids Epileptics With New Program

viduals-will receive 14 weeks
of evaluation, training, and
experience.
The training and evaluation
sessions will be handled by
JVS, with medical support
from the Epilepsy Center.
Employers will be asked
to write job evaluations for
those individuals who work
successfully.

Twenty - four unemployed
individuals with epilepsy will
gain on-the-job experience
under a federally-funded pro-
\ gram starting this month.
Sponsored by the Jewish
Vocational Services of Metro-
politan Detroit, Michigan Vo-
cational and Rehabilitation
Services, and the Epilepsy
Center of Michigan, the indi-

Goldin-Yancon
Troth Announced

..mmennomem
Janet Miller Weds Miss -Anita Tobet December Wedding
Martin L. Stein Tells Nuptial Plans for Sylvia Rochlen

BUY A FRONT QUARTER
OF BEEF FROM US
•WE WILL





Kosher • Trim • Cube • Dice - -• Grind

• Make Portion Controlled Hamburger Patties
Roll & Tie • Slice & Pound and Polycoat Freezer Wrap
to Your Specifications

FREE DELIVERY
Of Front Quarter

FOR A PRICE QUOTE CALL

DEXTER
DAVISON
KOSHER MEATS

,

Owned by the Feldman Bros.

In the Dexter Davison Shopping Plaza

LI 8-6800

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

MISS ARLENE GOLDIN

MRS. MARTIN STEIN

MISS ANITA TOBET

MISS SYLVIA ROCHLEN

Mr. a n d Mrs. Seward
Goldin of Merrill Ave., South-
field, announe the engage-
ment of their daughter
Arlene to Gary Yancon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Yancon of Templar Cir.,
Southfield.
Miss - Goldin attends Michi-
gan State University. Her
fiance is a student at Lansing
Community College.
A December wedding is
planned.

Janet Ann Miller became
the bride of Martin Lowell
Stein in a recent ceremony
at The Standard Club. Rabbis
Richard C. Hertz and M.
Robert Syme officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H.
Miller of Martell Ave.,
Bloomfield Hills. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Saxon and the
late Mr. Henry Stein.
The bride- wore- a tiered
ankle-length gown highlight-
ed with chantilly lace.
Amy Miller was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Ruth Hertz of
Chicago, Barbara Black, De-
nise Keywell and Tracey Mil-
ler.
Norman Kaplan was best
man. Ushers included James
Miller, brother of the bride,
William Petok and Steven
Malkin.
The new Mrs. Stein attend-
ed Michigan State University,
and her husband attended
Wayne State University.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tobet
of Park Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Anita Denise
to Joseph Goldberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hersh Goldberg
of Parklawn Ave., Oak Park.
A February wedding is
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roch-
len of Glenmorra Ave.,-
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Sylvia Karen to Andrew Ed-
ward Silver, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel L. Silver of
Ramblewood Ave., Farming-
ton Hills.
Miss Rochlen is a junior at
Michigan State University
where she is majoring in spe-
cial education. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta
sorority. Her fiance was
graduated from Michigan
State.
A December wedding is
planned.

A little

Detroit

goes a long way
to feed
your family
economically

,

you made us feel
it was all worthwhile

Last year, in ''spite of short supplies and great profit
opportunities in the overseas markets, we staked our
future on the American consumer. We supplied American
markets first and foremost with RUBINSTEIN'S Salmon
and Tuna._ As you know by the absence of their products
from the grocer's shelves, some of the other producers
were not quite as considerate.

SO GOOD
IT'S WRAPPED
IN GOLD

Your response was more than gratifying.

For that reason you can count on us again this year.
We are sure that we can also count on you for your
continued fine support. Look for these great products on
your grocer's shelf.

41

QUALITY
> PRODUCTS OF
WHITNEY FIDALGO
SEAFOODS. INC
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON

.4121

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES !

Extra Sillier Special

BEST 15

STRICTLY KOSHER. :

HOT
DOGS

HOFFMAN .
DIET POP

VARIETY OF
FLAVORS

• Mild • Reg. • Dinner_

-

1 11
Cello

$135

Pkg.

4 2 99

no
return
bottles
"z-

-

CRISCO
OIL

DEXTER DAVISON
MARKETS

For Cooking —
Baking — Salads

48-oz. $195

Size

Specials
We Reserve
Good
Right to Limit
thru
Quantity
Wed.
— :PRODUCE SPECIALS.• --

U.S. No. 1 SWEET

K LEENEX
FACIAL
TISSUE
White or Assorted

,o un o t$100

13,o

PILLAR ROCK
FANCY
RED SOCKEYE

SALMON
73/4-oz. $129
Can

L._

RICE-0-
RONI

LONG GRAIN
& WILD

6-oz.
Box

59'

Amewierse

For your special partis or other events try our

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

We use only Kosher-Wilno-Best-Zion or Feinberg:

Kosher Products on our Meat Trays

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640
TASTY BAR-B-0 CHICKEN

You'll Also Se Delighted with
Our Very, Very Best Delicious
(W• Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

BOSC - PEARS1

19

LB

.

FANCY MED. SIZE APPLES

•Mac INTOSH •JONATHAN
•SPIES

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L _.._.

People
Make News

ISRAEL STASHEFSKY,
former Detroiter of Israel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stashefsky of Detroit, has
been sent by his kibutz as a
shaliakh to Philadelphia for
two • years to lecture and
work with young people. He
is accompanied by his wife
Tzila, who will study psy-
chology through a scholar-
ship grant, and two of their
three children.
*
*
DR. MILTON HELPERN,
retired chief medical exami-
ner for New York City and
a pathologist with an interna-
tional reputation, has been
appointed distinguished visit-
ing professor at the Center
for Biomedical Education at
City College. Dr. Helpern, a
1922 graduate of the college,
retired this year after 20
years as chief medical exami-
ner.
*
*
DR. DAVID BLUM, podia-
trist, participated in educa-
tional sessions of the 59th
annual meeting of the Michi-
gan State Podiatry Associa-
tion held this past weekend
at the Troy Hilton Inn.

Ohio Miss to Wed
Marc E. Jonas

-

I

The finest and largest selection in the
area. We4lean, bone, skin and grind
all fish free of charge. For special
service call

JO 6-4640

Center Singles Event

People Without Partners
of the Jewish Center will have
a social meeting 8:30 p.m•
Sunday at the 10 Mile branch.
The singles weekend will be
discussed, and refreshments
will be served.

I

Dr-. and Mrs. Phillip Raz-
nik of Parsons Dr., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Susan
to Larry Gormezano, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gorme-
zano of Church Ave., Oak
Park. Miss Raznik was grad-
uated from Indiana Univer-
MISS MAUREEN SHAMIS
sity, division of optometry.
Mr. an d Mrs. Arnold Her fiance was graduated
Shamis of Cleveland Heights, from Wayne State University.
Ohio, announce the engage- A March wedding is planned.
ment of their daughter, Mau-
HIGH COST
reen Ann to Marc Engene
Jonas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Try to remember — t h e
Bernard Jonas of Farming- wages -of sin are never
ton Hills.
lowered according to eco-
Miss Shamis is a student at nomic conditions.
University Hospital of Cleve-
land's school of radiologic
technology. Her fiance was
graduated from Wayne State
University and attends the
Ohio College of Podiatric
Medicine.
A June wedding is planned.

-

Criterion Plans
Masquerade Ball.

Criterion Club will host its
annual masquerade ball 9
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny "C" and his or-
chestra will provide the mu-
sic for dancing, and prizes
will be awarded for outstand-
ing costumes. Refreshments
will be served and guests are
invited. There is a charge.
The club will attend the
concert premiere opening of
the Oak Park Symphony Or-
chestra, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Oak Park High School.
For information, call Sylvia
Bruch, 545-1108.

-. Saturday, tuagaz

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

Engagements

It was the custom (in an-
cient Judea) to plant a cedar
tree' when a boy was born,
and to plant a pine tree when
a girl was born. When they
were married, the canopy
was made of woven branches
from both trees.—Talmud.

HOME
MADE

isn't
If Rosen's .bread
home made it's the next
thing to it. It's still made
the way bread used to
"be made — with loving
hands, full-bodied nour-
ishment and a tasty, hard
crust in the very best old
world tradition. The same
is true for Rosen's rolls.
The onions are not the
usual processed and de-
hydrated variety. They're
fresh and whole, peeled
by hand so the juice be-
comes a part of the onion
roll. Available at your
favorite supermarket and
deli counter.

Rosen's

The Bread With the Hard Crust

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