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June 22, 1984 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ANNIVERSARIES

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60th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
(Goldie) Levine of South-
field will be honored at Sab-
bath Eve services at Temple
Israel' at 8 p.m. today in cel-
ebration of their 60th wed-
ding anniversary. They

The Levines

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The Levines taught con-
firmation and high school
classes at Temple Israel for
many years. This was pre-
ceded by 16 years on the fa-
culty of Temple Beth El.
Earlier yet, the Levines
taught at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, and led the religious
school of the congregation
in Port Huron during the
three years they lived in
that community.
Levine
served
as
president of the Temple Is-
rael brotherhood in 1952
and 1953; organized the an-
nual Retreat series; is a life
member of the Jewish
Chautauqua Society; and is
former chairman of the
temple archives committee.
Mrs. Levine served as sis-
terhood vice president of
religious activites, and for
five years gave a course on
"The Joys of Jewish Liv-
ing."
Among their community
activities are membership
in the Jewish Historical
Society, of which Levine
served as treasurer, and
Mrs. Levine's life member-
ship in Hadassah. Levine
has long been active in the
Allied Jewish Campaign
and as a reader at Recording
for the Blind.

were married in Detroit by
Rabbi Abraham M. Her-
shman of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, on June 29, 1924.
Four generations of the
Levines' family will join
them at the service: sister,
Ida Levine of Southfield;
children, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis (Ruth) Cassel of
Southfield; grandchildren
and great-grandchildren.
The Levines have six
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Earlier this month, the
Levines were honored at a
party hosted by Miss Levine
and Mr. and Mrs. Cassel,
which their children, Dr.
and Mrs. Walter (Linda) Applebaum-Subelsky
Levine of Eastchester, N.Y.,
and two grandchildren
Mr and Mrs. Burton J.
attended.
Applebaum of West Bloom-
The senior Levines were field announce the engage-
founding members of Tem- ment of their daughter,
ple Israel and have been Shelley Pam, to Steven
leaders in congregational Subelsky, son of Mrs.
and community activities Raymond McCann of Far-
throughout their 60 years of mington Hills and the late
marriage. Before retire- Mr. Charles Subelsky.
ment, Levine was a. sec-
Miss Applebaum earned a
tional office and budget bachelor's degree in busi-
manager for General ness at Michigan State
Motors. Mrs. Levine was a University. Her fiance
teacher and librarian in the earned a bachelor's degree
Detroit Public Schools.
in business at Wayne State
University and holds a CPA
certificate.
An August wedding is
planned.

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Trade-off means
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Israeli arms

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israeli
industries have received or-
ders from the United States
totalling $2 billion to offset
the large defense purchases
Israel has made in the U.S.,
Defense Minister Moshe
Arens said here last week.
He said that the original
agreement with the U.S. for
reciprocal or offset pur-
chases had not been im-
plemented satisfactorily,
but a new policy had re-
cently been instituted
whereby all deals include
agreement for the sale of Is-
raeli products as well.

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Friday, June 22, 1984 59

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