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August 31, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-08-31

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The Temple Beth El Sister- and B. Spiegel, Commissary;
hood will hold its annual Coun- Peggy Rattner, Bake Corner; Al-
try Fair Sept. 16 at Edgewater bert Fuchs and Ralph Schiller,
Park, announced President Mrs. Gift Shop; Jerold Marks and
Marshall Miller. (Miss) Hilda Gottlieb, Gourmet
The park and its facilities have Booth; Charles Ackerman, Green
Thumb Booth; I. L. Hirschman
been reserved and donated for and
Marilyn Waldbott, Handi-
the Sisterhood
crafts; Richard K u x, Photog-
event by Cyril
raphy; Horace Haber, Portraits;
and Milton
Sam Silver, Rides; and R. C.
Wagner. Sept.
Hertz and Arthur Miller, Union-
23 has been
grams.
chosen as an
Mrs, Louis Baum is chairmen
alternate date
of personnel for the Country
in case of rain
Fair. The finance committee con-
on Sept. 16', ac-
sists of Mesdames Peter Altman,
cording to Mrs.
Joseph Bleier, Nate Horwitz and
Rodger D. Ett-
Ralph Schiller.
linger, chair-
Mrs. Miller
Proceeds from the Fair will
man of the day.
A special feature this year will be used for Sisterhood activities
be "The Flea Market," a booth and special projects, such as
filled with articles donated by youth activities, . cancer pads for
the Sisterhood members a n d the Michigan Cancer Foundation,
their friends. Chairmen of the Red Cross sewing projects,
booth are Mrs. Arthur Bloom, World Medical Relief, Receiving
Mrs. V. Grossman and Mrs. Carl Hospital service for indigents
and USO hospitality.
Rosman.
Foremost among the projects
The booths and their chairmen
include Mesdames A. Rodecker is the Braille Bindery, the only
one in the midwest. Over the
past two years the Sisterhood
bindery has shipped out 750 vol-
umns to almost every state in
y
ewr
the country and to London, Eng-
land. The Temple Beth El Sister-
is a member of the Tri-
On the Air hood
County V olunte en Braillist
This Week's Radio and
Association and has received na-
tional recognition for its work
Television Programs
and service to the blind.

MISS JUDITH COHEN

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cohen
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Judith Audrey,
to Ronald Benjamin Cagen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cagan of
Brooklyn, N.Y.
The bride-elect is attending
Beth Jacob Teachers Seminary
in New York. Her fiance is a stu-
dent at Misiphta Cheam Berlin
and Brooklyn College, where he
plans to study engineering.

Time: • 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Movsas Goldoftas,
director of the Hayim Green-
berg Hebrew-Yiddish Shule, will
discuss the role and activities
of that institution.

TO DWELL TOGETHER

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: Rabbis Morris Adler,
Herbert Eskin, Benjamin Gor-
relick, Harold Hahn and Mor-
decai Halpern will participate
in "Religion Joins the Army,"
a special program marking the
centenary of Jewish chaplaincy
in the U.S. Army.
*

Tel Hashomer Hospital in Tel
Aviv, Israel.
The Cancer Service is the na-
tional philanthropic project of
the 45 U.O.T.S. Lodges through-
out the country, which also sup-
port the local welfare, public
health and civic programs to
meet the special needs in their
communities.

ERWIN
KANTER

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

LI 8-5313

NATHAN & IRVING'S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

Please Shop Sunday — We Will Be Closed
Monday — LABOR DAY

We carry the largest selection of prime and
choice meats and poultry for Bar - B - Q'ing .. .
including hamburger seasoned to your taste!

CHECK OUR DAILY- POSTED: PRICES

SEPTEMBER 7E1

Free Delivery

.NEW,S- FROM

RONALD SLOAN

UN 1-7237

18275 WYOMING

.

We Sell Nationally Advertised Brands That You Can Trust

Oak Park Only!
Fancy Fresh

BEST 15,
CHICAGO BRAND,
ZION BRAND,
STRICTLY

111

49c lb.

HOT DOGS
or KNOCKS

Lb.

Cello
Pkg.

RAW,
PICKLED
TONGUE

LAKE TROUT

1

69`

29c lb.

Good Size for
Pickling & Broiling!

REPEATED BY
POPULAR
DEMAND

SEALTEST

ICE
CREAM

Variety of flavors

1/2 69`

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

Gal.

•111 ■ 11111 ■•■•■ ......

FAYGO
SODA POP

GEISHA

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Rabbis Hayim Don-
in, Leon Fram and Benjamin
Gorrelick will participate in
"Labor in Jewish Tradition,"
a special program dedicated to
Labor Day.

Grants totaling more than
$2,000,000 to 70 American hospi-
tals to aid in the treatment and
care of cancer patients are re-
ported by the United Order of
True Sister, Inc. Cancer Service,
in its survey of 15 years of
activity.
Funds for this volunteer project
are contributed by members of
the United Order of True Sisters,
which marks its 116th anniver-
sary this year.
The hospitals receiving grants
are located in 38 American com-
munities, the report states. Funds
for the treatment of cancer pa-
tients have also been given to the

.COMING

.

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR

United Order of True Sisters Plays Role
in Cancer Research through Contributions

Imported

HALIBUT

ALCOA

ALUMINUM
WRAP

3 cans $100 6 Qt. 79c 3

Bils.

Best You've
ever eatin !

Plus Dep.

Reg. 89c
25-ft.
Rolls

PEP-E BRAND
GREEN

SPANISH
OLIVES

.tr 89`

TABLE
NAPKINS

White or Pastel

1 O

c box

HEINZ

COOKED
SPAGHETTI

61 89`

Family Size Cans

aosz

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Secretary of Labor
Arthur J. Goldberg will deliver
a special Labor Day sermon,
"Where Is Thy Brother?"

CHARCOAL
BRIQUETTES

Brandeis Associates
Plan Fall Event

A special meeting of the De-
troit Chapter, Brandeis Univer-
sity Associates, will be held noon
Wednesday at Mohawk Liqueur
Corp., 1965 Porter, to formulate
plans for the annual Brandeis
Champagne Supper in October.
At this meeting, ten new mem-
bers will be added to the Asso-
ciates' board of trustees, accord-
ing to Arthur Howard, president.
The meeting will be hosted by
Harry Modell, a member of the
board.

APPROVED

REAL
SALMON
for a REAL
CHANGE

SALMON for CATS

natural pro/oin
'favor fre.9/..he/pQ
balance /i61

DEL MONTE

PINEAPPLE-
GRAPEFRUIT

DRINK

Economy Size

20-lb. 99`
Bag

Lge. $100
29-oz.
Cans

DEL MONTE

FRUIT
COCKTAIL

3 '3 , $100

Cans

35c ea.

DEL MONTE

Early Garden

SWEET
PEAS

VALLEY GOLD
Delicious

LEMONADE

1

FROSTY ACRES

ASPARAGUS

Cuts & Tips

5

pkgs. I

ROLAND

imported

BONITA
FILLETS

Golden

ONION RINGS

0 c can

$ 1

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS
FROSTY ACRES

00

5

pkgs.

$

1 00

PATIO-ENCHILADA
DINNERS

29c

pkg.

AJAX
CLEANSER

4 cans 99` 2'1/429c

VARIETY 10
PACK

i 95` 39

c pkg.

Ca ns

411••1111•• ■

/1111111 ■

M & M 's

Hills Bros.

or

Chase & Sanborn

COFFEE

Reg., Drip, Fine

1 or 2 lb. Can

59c

lb.

No Coupon Needed!

DAIRY DEPT.

FROSTY ACRES
Luscious

Whole
Strawberries

1-lb.
Cup

39`

U.S. No. 1
DRY
ONIONS

10-Lb.
Bag

55 c

Good Keepers

Fancy Smoked

Special Deal Pack

,

IMPORTED

BILL STERN'S

KIPPERS

ROQUEFORT
DRESSING

Delicious Fried
or Broiled !

Pack of 69 C
2 Jars

35c lb.

PRODUCE

OUR 1st of
THE SEASON!

U.S. No. 1

RUSSET(
POTATOES
10-Lb.

49c

AUSTRIAN ALPS
IMPORTED

GRUYERE
CHEESE
oPfkt 29c

Portions

SPECIALS*

U.S. No. 1
BARTLETT
PEARS

GREEN
PEPPERS

3 39c 3

lbs.

*Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday Only!

Giant

— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS = Fri day, August 31, 1962

Temple Beth El Sisterhood. Plans Judith Cohen Will
Annual Country Fair at Edgewater Wed Ronald Cagen

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