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May 05, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-05

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JWV Activities

The public is invited to at-
tend the annual installation of
the OAK PARK POST and
AUXILIARY 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Oak Park Community
Center. Mr. and Mrs. I. Binder,
husband and wife team, will be
inducted as Post commander
and Auxiliary president. Gerson
Marder, Department of Michi-
gan commander, and Mrs. A.
Rosen, Department of Michigan
president, will conduct investi-
ture services. Other Auxiliary
officers to be installed are Mes-
dames M. Zelanka, Sr. vice
president; M. Strumeyer, Jr.
vice president; H. Greenspan
and M. Samuel, secretaries; H.
Kirsh, chaplain; B. Rothstein,
patriotic instructress; J. Schecht-
man, treasurer; I. Zaks, con-
ductress; T. Bortnick, historian;
and E. Shusterman; J. Kagan
and S. Greenberg, trustees.
* * *
DUBLAJAYS will hold a
fashion show 1:30 p.m. Saturday
at the JWV Memorial Home. En-
titled "In the Good Old Summer-
time," the event will feature
prizes and refreshments.
* * *
DETROIT POST will hear from
its "Man in Washington," who
will tell about the National Exec-
utive Committee now being held
in the nation's capital, 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the JWV Memorial
Home. Also to be discussed are
plans for the Memorial Home,
Department elections and sum-
mer activities, according to Com-
mander Morris Simon.
* * *
LAWRENCE H. JONES
AUXILIARY will hold a lunch-
eon-meeting noon Wednesday at
the home of President Mrs. Dor-
othy Blatnikoff. Poppies will be
distributed for Poppy Day sale.
* * *
OAK PARK POST will install
newly-elected- officers at formal
ceremonies Tuesday at 0 a k
Park Community Center. New
commander of the post is Sonny
Binder. Garson Zeltzer is senior
vice-commander; Harold Strauss,
junior vice-commander; William
Peter s, quarteimaster; Lee
Tarien, adjutant; and H. Kahn,
C. Isackson and M. Baumgarten,
trustees.
As part of its Americaniza-
tion program, the post partici-
pated in naturalization proce-
dures at Pontiac Courthouse
where each of 33 new citizens
was presented
.y of
the Bill of
m-
mander I.

Oak
Tos

unc
Maxine Tann Will Agencies Hold Annual Meeting at Ce
following the formal
Problems with adolescent girls State Universi , deals with
Wed in January
ual meeting. Mesdames Archiel
will be depicted in the film "The mother-daughter problems an

Suspicious Mother" to be fea-
tured at the joint annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service and Resettle-
ment Service Sunday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater of the
Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers.
Max M. Shaye, JFCS presi-
dent, will present his annual re-
port, and Nathan L. Milstein
will describe the work of the
Resettlement Service during the
past year.
The Resettlement Service also
will elect officers and a new
Board for the coming season.
The Jewish Family and • Chil-
dren's Service -will elect a new
hoard and will vote on by-law
MISS MAXINE TANN
amendments
"The Suspicious Mother," a
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tann
of Afton Rd. announce the en- new film produced by Wayne
gagement of the r,
MORE PEOPLE USE
Maxine Sue,
ark , S. Wei
refreshing, calorie-free
berg, son o
and Mrs.
y
Weisber
Cambridge d.
Mis
ann attended Ripon
Coll: where she was affiliated-
wit the Al Phi orority.
Sh is pres
SWEETER THAN SUGAR
C r ege of
YET NO FOOD VALUE
S to Univer-
t-
Recommended by doctors foi
t ded the•rSit of Michi-
diabetics, overweights and lo-cal.
orie diets. Use for beverages,
g and is sently enro
v1esserts, cooking. Pure. Com .
in he School of Busi
d-
pletely harmless. 1 oz. - 15:
mi
ation at
e State
Unive
an. 27 wedding
is planned.
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE

indicates the way in which bot Harwith and Seltzer are
co-chairme
casework and groupwork he
rangemen
resolve the difficulty.
A panel discussion on the
film will include Rose Kaplan,
casework director of the Jewish MILT SHORE MARV OWEN
Family and Children's Service;
Aaron Zucker, program direc-
tor, Jewish Community Center;
FLOWERS
and Prof. Ella Zwerdling, of the
FOR EVERY AND
School of Social Work, Wayne
ALL OCCASIONS
State University. Harold Silver
Wyoming
18305
will moderate the discussion.
DI 1-1683
Friends of the two agencies
are invited to attend the recep-

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Most Modern & San
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WE DELI

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OWNERS: Saul Cohen, Ben Zager, Harry Reznick

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

We Sell Nationally Advertised Brands That You Know You Can Trust

AT OUR OAK PARK MARKET

TRY OUR STRICTLY

z
BAR-B-0'd
CHICKEN
BEST YOU EVER TASTED!

tt;

FINEST SELECTION
IN THE CITY !

We Skin, Bone & Grind
Fish Free of Charge!

• $1 1 29 -
ea.

EXTRA
SUPER SPECIAL !
STRICTLY

SUPER SPECIAL

_ CITY BRAND

• 11 V
And We Mean
Kosher !

LOX

PASTRAMI

FOR YOUR PARTY
OR OTHER SPECIAL
EVENTS
TRY OUR STRICTLY

FRESH FISH
& SEA FOOD

99 ,lb.

By piece or sliced

HEINZ
Oven Baked
_ Vegetarian

BAKED
BEANS

TRAY SERVICE
DAIRY or MEAT!

Chase & Sanborn
or
HILL'S BROS

PILLAR ROCK

.

Or

GEISHA IMPORTED

COFFEE

Solid Pack,

White Meat

TUNA

rip, Fine

I6-oz. -
Can

'85c

•ed

NEW - DIFFERENT
Delicious, Imported
SWISS KNIGHT
SLICED SWISS

GRUYERE
CHEESE

Each Slice Foil
Wrapped I

6 slice
pkg.

3 9c

oung • dui

Craw Hat' Dan

Young Adults Club
Park is spons •
t" square dance
r-
y,
eis
s cal
om-
uni
Park
Blvd
R
be served.
er
lder are invited

WUATS COOKING?

DEL MONTE
Pineapple

H

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W LE

No.
21/2
cans

BUMS BEE

NZ

den

ATO
SOUP

LMON

STEAK

MS

29 c

MOTT'S

Fancy

APPLE
SAUCE

P31:6 2 9 c

Jars

16,

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

B1 RDSEYE
QUALITY

DINNERS

49ce..

Chicken, Beef,
Turkey •

FROSTY ACRES

RED RASPBERRIES

4 pkgs. 9 9`

DELSEY

GREENFIELD
WOODS
aNg1WE

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Grapefruit
Drink
2Leoei.

AP COTS

3

EL

Ear

TOILET
TISSUE

4 49c

rolls

BIRDSEYE

FROSTY ACRES

Whole

LEMONADE

BROCCOLI
SPEARS

5 pkgs.

$ 00
1

ROMAN
CLEANSER

BLEACH

Gallon

Plastic
Jug

49c

Plain or Pink

Ocan

FROSTY ACRES

POTATOES
AU GRATIN

1-lb. c
pkg.

DAISY BRAND

CREAM
CHEESE

8-oz.
pkg.

Lge.
6-oz.

Jar

Giant
10-oz.

Jar

79' '1"

JUMBO
EGGS

49c doz.

29c

MT. WHITNEY

Super Colossal

RIPE
OLIVES

2 75c

tall
cans

,PRODUCE SPECIALS•

HILL'S BROS.

INSTANT
COFFEE

Mendelson's
Grade A
All White

Red, Ripe

Sweet

Watermelon

8c

Tender, Green
Crisp

PASCAL
CELERY

Large Stalk

lb.

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantifies

9c ea.

1
'While Supply Lasts

Crisp, Red

RADISHES

5c pkg.

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