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March 18, 1983 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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62 Friday, March 18, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arens i'rcifile

Barton's Has Pesach Goodies

WASHINGTON — Avia-
tion Week and Space
Technology magazine re-
ported that Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Arens is an
American-educated
aeronautical
design
engineer who led the Israel
Aircraft Industries teams
that designed the Arava
transport and the Kfir jet
fighter.

NEW YORK — Barton's
Candy begins making its
Passover candies the fall
previous to the holiday.
The process begins with a
trip to Switzerland to

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Business

Briefs

antogs, owned by Beve
Togal and Sandy Noble, fea-
tures handpainted original
designs on sweatshirts, out-
fits, t-shirts, handbags and
accessories. Sizes range
from infants, children to
men and women. For infor-
mation call Ms. Togal, 398-
3232; or Ms. Noble, 968-
5045.

COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL STATIONERY

25% OFF. ALWAYS

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20°A, OFF on all accessories
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supervise the purchase of
all ingredients.
Rabbi Nychim Kornmehl
has been the kashrut super-
visor for Barton's since
1938. The candies bear the
seal of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congrega-
tions.
The Barton's plant is
closed for two weeks for
ritual steam cleansing,
supervised by Rabbi
Kornmehl, to make it fit
for Pesach production.
Founded in 1938, Bar-
ton's Brooklyn, N.Y., fac-
tory produces more than 24
candy items, among them
chocolate matza balls, al-
mond kisses and a full line
of sugar-free confections.

Julie Rivkin
Plans to Marry

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1-696 Funding Is Restored

Congressman Sander the ramps or "touch down
Levin announced last week points." The state, however,
that the Federal Highway had requested an additional
Administration (FHWA) $300,000 for environmental
has restored $16.6 million features at Greenfield Road.
to the 1-696 Freeway project The FHWA also refused to
in Oak Park and Southfield. provide interstate funds for
The funds will be used to approximately $4 million
build three park-like worth of landscaping along
"decks" over 1-696, two in the entire route, but the
Oak Park and one in South- FHWA agreed to qualify the
field. These decks will allow work for I-R funds. I-R funds
easy access for pedestrians are money provided to the
to cross the highway while state as block grants for
reducing noise and provid- highway improvement,
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ing usable space for the
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Rights Topic
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MISS RIVKIN

Dr. and Mrs. Fredric A:
Rivkin of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Julie Kay,
to Allen Barry Berman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Be-
rman of Oak Park.
Miss Rivkin attends the
University of Michigan Col-
lege of Pharmacy. Her
fiance attends the Univer-
sity of Detroit Dental
School. - ,
An August wedding is
planned.

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An all-day conference on
"Victims Rights-Immates
Rights," organized by the
Detroit Chapter of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, will take place 9:30 a.m.
Saturday at Mercy College,
8200 W. Outer Drive, De-
troit.
The principal speaker on
victim's rights will be Mar-
lene Young, director of the
National Organization of
Victims Assistance. Alvin
J. Bronstein, director of the
American Civil Liberties
Union Prison Project, will
speak on inmates rights.
There is a charge, and
luncheon will be served. For
information, call the AJ-
Committee, 965-3353.
Cooperating organiza-
tions include: ACLU, De-
troit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, Detroit
Women's Forum, League of
Catholic Women, Univer-
sity of Detroit Law School
and Wayne State Univer-
sity Law School.

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