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October 13, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-13

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Schram-Gottlieb
Rites Solemnized

Michigan to Be Represented by 21 Delegates to
Michigan Region of Women's

and vigorous interest
American ORT (Organization for ogy and applied-science, in technol- rooms of a network which already
is bound must turn down many applicants
Rebilitation Through Training) to increase. We
will be represented by 21 dele- greater demands will face even for lack of space. 77
in the class-
gates at the 16th Biennial Na-
Convention delegates will hear
tional Convention to be held Oct.
23 - 26 at the
Bellevue-Strat-
ford Hotel in
Philadelphia.
Li
eav ng f rom
The opening of the 54th annual feature a talk by Mordecai Teiler,
Detroit are
Michigan District Conference of director of the Abraham Reisen
Mesdames
the Workman's Circle, one of the School, who will speak on "Jew-
Henry Pariser,
largest and oldest Jewish frater- ish Education in America."
Harry Becker,
nal organizations in America, will
Max Beal, Har-
The public is invited, and there
be held at 8:30 p.m. today.
old Kukes, N.
There will be subsequent ses- is no charge.
H. Schlafer,
sions at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night
Maurice Klein, Mrs. Pariser
Three towns to visit some day
and all day Sunday, beginning at
Lawrence Levy, Irvin Kurtz, Sid-
11 a.m. All events will be in the —Faith (S.D.); Hope (R.I.); and
ney Wigler, Benjamin Brant, Mil- Joseph Bernstein Auditorium of Charity (Mo.)
ton Superstine, A. J. Burke, Da-
MRS. CALVIN SCHRAM
Workmen's Circle Center,
vid Silberg and William Wolk; the
18.340 W. Seven Mile.
Sandra Gail Gottlieb and Cal- from Mt. Clemens, Mesdames
The program will feature talks
vin Schram spoke their wedding Bernard Goldman. and Jerome by Joseph Bernstein, Detroit
vows in a candlelight ceremony Sanfield; from Huntington manager of the Jewish Daily
Sept. 23 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Woods, Mesdames Irving Stoll- Foreward; Joseph Heideman,
Hotel.
man; Martin Myers and Jack Bo- Michigan's member of the W. C.
Parents of the newlyweds are rin; from Royal Oak, Mrs. Lester National Board of Directors; and
Mr. 'and Mrs. Merlin M. Gottlieb Becher; and from Pontiac, Mrs. Lawrence Gubow, of the Jewish
Herbert Curson.
and Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell
Community Council of Metropoli-
Schram.
They will be joined by 1,200 tan Detroit.
A concert program will be
The bride wore a gown of other delegates from all over the
white peau de soie with a chapel United States, as well as guests presented, at the opening night,
train. It was trimmed with Alen- and represent,atives from over- featuring young piano virtuoso,
seas.
Greta Nachteiler, together with
con lace and seed pearls. Her
GRADE A KOSHER
headpiece was a crown with an Re Mrs. Henry Pariser, Michigan recitations and. song by Michael
gion president, said that the Scherman, Henia Bornstein and
illusion lace fingertip veil.
co nvention will deal with current
The couple went to Mexico pr oblems and future plans of Simon Klachefsky.
The Saturday night session will
City and Acapulco for their OR T. She said:
3-4
-4 Lbs.
honeymoon.
`The past year has witnessed
MORE PEOPLE USE
the enrollment of a record-break-
refreshing, calorie-free
YOUNG
Dr. August to. Address ing number of Israeli students—
more
than
10,000,
in
our
111
Federation Jr. Division training units in the country. The
The Junior Division of the pressure in Israel, with its dy-
Jewish Welfare Federation will namic and expanding economy
13-15 Lbs.
hear the noted psychoanalyst, ■•••■••■
Dr. Harry E. August, on the
SWEETER THAN SUGAR
YET NO FOOD VALUE
subject "How the Jewish Com-
Recommended by doctors fa
munity Deals
diabetics, overweights and lo.cal•
Problems
ra
orie diets. Use for beverages.
. 'desserts cooking. Pure. Corn.
4 "1"tt of Mental
A • About
lUSE-TESTED pletely harmless.
2735 W. DAVISON
4 oz. — 75s
NE TRIO
Health," Sun-
For Afternoon Parties
McCaIrs _GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING
day, Oct. 22.
DI 1-1609
Free Delivery
This will be
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE •
the first in a
three-part lec-
ture series de-
signed to give
young adults
who have
EXTRA SUPER
SUPER SPECIAL !
worked on the
SPECIAL !
RASKIN
TEXUN- PINK
MA COHEN'S
Federation's
BEST IS
Fresh
Home
Made
.#44i and Allied
Unsweetened
Pickled
Home Made Style
Jewish Cam-
paign a chance
BREAKFAST
to discuss corn-
Dr. August munal service
BEEF
(Kosher Bacon)
with outstanding authorities in a
variety of public service fields.
c doz.
James M. August is chairman
c Pkg.
Qt.
Jar
of the committee on education
Cheese or Fruit
SAVE 20c I
Filled.
for communal service. Commit-
tee members are Lynnebeth
Smolder, Mrs. Alan E. Luckoff,
HEINZ CIRCUS OF VALUES
Maxwell House
JOhn Shepherd, D. Lawrence
HEINZ
HEINZ
or
HEINZ
Sherman, Joel D. Tauber and
HEINZ
Fancy
Fred H. Keidan, Junior Division
SOU
president.
Dr. August is former chairman
of the Michigan State Commis-
geta
Reg., Fine, Drip
sion on Mental Health and for-
Reg. or H
arietie
mer chief of Psychiatry at Sinai
Lge.
Hospital.
14-oz.
Lb.
Young adults interested in
ans
Btls.
2L5Jgaoerz
No Coupon Needed!
Cans
joining the Federation Junior
Division and attending the edu-
FROZEN FOOD
CIALS
cation series are invited to call
Miss Pitt, WO 5-3939.
ORE-IDA
RUSSETTE

54th Annual Michigan Conference
of Workmen's Circle Opens Here

ORT Parley

reports by Dr. Akiba Kohane,
director of Reconstruction De-
partment of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee in Geneva; Jo-
seph Shapiro, president of ORT-
Israel F. Schrager, director of
ORT-France, and George Emsa-
lem, director of ORT-Algeria.

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2'
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lb

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69

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TOMAT
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A

Ahavas Achim Couples
Announce New Officers

The Couples Club of Cong.
Ahavas Achim announces its of-
ficers for the. year.
They are Ruth and Bernard
Miller, chairmen; Mary and Jul-
ian Wiston, vice chairmen; Ev-
elyn and Paul Talberg, secreta-
ries; Eleanor and Henry Wolf,
treasurers; Saralee and Lewis
Segal, program committee chair-
men; Gloria and Kenneth Belen
and Ethel and Harold Jeross;
membership committee; Rose and
Morey Patrick and Lillian and
Jack Kaye, hospitality committee;
Frieda and Gerald Weisman, pub-
licity committee; Arlene and Ste-
ven Victor, rules committee.
The next meeting will be held
at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 22 in the social
hall.

ROLAND
Imported

BONITO
FILLETS

4 can 99c

4 El m

SWEET
PICKLES

COOKED
SPAGHETTI

39c 2 Lox. 25 c

59c

BIG
GIGANTIC
POTATO
SALE !

GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

BLINTZES

POTATO PATTIES

12-oz.
pkg.

1 CI`

Whole, White,
Small

PEELED POTATOES

16-oz.
1 Oc
pkg. I

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TABLE TESTED
French Fried

Crinkle Cut

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PEAS

APPLESAUCE

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9-ox.
pkg.

1 Oc

DAISY BRAND

Velveeta

2 loaf
lb. "79c

SEALTEST Creamed

Cottage Cheese

9

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Jars

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Desserts

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Boxe s

25

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DEL MONTE
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Hawaiian

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CREAM
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Fresh, Genuine

New Crop

ITALIAN

STRING FIGS

Prune Plums

CHERRY
TOMATOES

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19c basket

FULL

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