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October 11, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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World Mizrachi Leader to Address Traitel-Leslie
Inaugural Tea of New Chapter Here Troth _Announced

Mrs. Max Sacks of Ramat Gan. radio and television programs
Israel, a leading member of the as an authority on child-care,
Israel executive of the Mizrachi social services and education in
Women's Organization of Amer- Israel.
ica, will address the inaugural
As a member of the national
tea of the Batya Chapter of board of Mizrachi Women, she
Mizrachi Women on Wednesday participates in making policy
at the home of Mrs. J. Goldman. for the extensive network of
M r s. Sacks children's homes and villages, vo-
was a close as- cational high schools, settlement
sociate of the houses • and community centers
late Mrs. Bes- sponsored by the organization in
sie Gotsfeld, a Israel.
founder a n d
Committee for the day mem-
honorary na- bers launching the new Detroit
tional presi- group includes Mesdames Abe
dent of Mizra- Abraham, Dave Dombey, Hayim
chi Women, Donin, Morris Goldenberg, Jacob
after whom Goldman, James I. Gordon, M.
the new De- H. Green, Jerome Kelman,
troit Mizrachi Charles Levi, Ben Magy, Sey-
Women's chap- mour Ribiat and Milton Schloss.
ter is named. The advisory committee consists
The Batya of Mrs. Samuel Prero and Mrs.
Chapter is the Max Stollman.
third compon-
Mrs. Max Sacks e n t of the
women's religious-Zionist organi- AZA Council to Hold
zation to be established in De- 1Membership Rally
troit- and aims to attract the
The Greater Detroit AZA
younger women of the commun- Council of the Bnai Brith Youth
ity. The other Detroit groups Organization will hold a mem-
are the Sisters of Zion. and the bership rally 11:30 a.m. Sunday
Fanny Gluck Chapters.
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Mrs. Sacks, an . American. by A bagels and lox brunch will
birth, settled in Israel f our precede the program. Boys 14-
years ago. She has travelled ex- years-old or in the ninth to 12th
tensively for her organization grades are invited to attend.
and appeared frequently on, Musical entertainment and a
slide show of AZA events will
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be featured. For information,
call Ron Tauber, EL 6-6954.

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`Holidays in Israel' Film Free to Groups

More than 1,000 organizations Pittsburgh after the showing.
have shown the Israeli-filmed Otherwise, there is no cost what-
and Israeli-recorded 28-minute ever.
picture, "Holidays in Israel."
Inquiries as to open dates and
This example of Israeli film- other details should be address-
making depicts the celebration ed to Film Dept., H. J. Heinz
of Passover and Shavuot in the Company, P. 0. Box 57, Pitts-
Jewish homeland.
burgh, Pa., 15230.
In color, accompanied by or-
iginal music, "Holidays" cap-
SAVE
SAVE
THE
tures the joy of the people, the
TIME
MONEY
charm of the children and the
beauty of the land—all in the
course of fervent national and
Invites You To Call
religious celebrations.
KE 3-2857
The film is free to organiza-
For a Complete Line of:
tions—Jewish and non-Jewish—
Personalized Invitations,
which wish to show it to their
Napkins, Matches, Ceramics,
members and friends. All the
Announcements, etc.
program chairman must do is
SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
IN YOUR HOME!
agree to mail the film back to

INVITATION HOUSE

MISS MAUREEN TRAITEL

At a recent dinner party in
Miami Beach, Fla., Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Traitel of In-
diana Ave. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Maureen, to John Anthony Les-
lie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
H. Leslie of Miami Beach.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan. A late November
wedding is planned.

NATHAN & IRVING'S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

We carry the largest selection
of prime and choice meats
and poultry.

CHECK OUR DAILY_ POSTED PRICES-

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On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Edwin Fried-
man of Temple Shalom, Chevy
Chase, Md., will speak on "The
Joy of Discovery."
* * *
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "A Rhode Island
Refuge," a play by the late
Morton Wishengrad.
* * *
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: Mrs. Judith Epstein
will discuss the role of Hadas-
sah's medical units in Israel, the
Near East and the new African
states on "With hands of Heal-
ing — Passports Across Fron-
tiers."
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: The changing func-
tions of the synagogue will be
discussed by Irving I. Katz on
"The Synagogue From Ancient
Days to Modern Times."
* *
COUNCIL ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: "March for Free-
dom." The special Beth Aaron
Synagogue Men's club program
will be discussed by Allen Ros-
enberg and Joseph Medwed,
president and vice-president of
that organization. A talk by
U.S. Attorney Lawrence Gubow
will be highlighted.

Hillel Day School
Slates Open House

Hillel Day School Parent-
Teacher Organization will hold
an open house 9:30 a.m. Wed-
nesday at the school, 15110 W.
Ten Mile, Oak Park.
In charge are Mrs. Gerson
Berris, president, and Rabbi
Emanuel Applebaum, headmas-
ter.
The program will include
observation of classes in prog-
ress, brunch and an address by
Rabbi Milton Arm.

WE SELL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS THAT YOU CAN TRUST!

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(In Cream or
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All Flavors

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HEINZ

TOMATO
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65`

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Ctn.

BENNETT'S
Unsweetened

PRUNE
JUICE

59c 3 29c 3 ,,s

Ideal for Broiling
or Pickling

WE NOW HAVE
A COMPLETE
LINE OF
HALLOWEEN
CANDIES

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

SPECIAL OFFER !
NEW FROM GOODMAN'S

NOODLE DINNER

With Golden Sauce or
Savory Mushroom Sauce

2

"Don't Forget the

cans

Little Beggars"

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DAIRY SPECIALS!

PURITY BRAND
KRAFT
VELVEETA BABY GOUDA
CHEESE
Plain or Pimento

2 Box
Lb. 7 9c

Tasty, Mellow

39c

8-0z.
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Barrel Cured

NEW DILL
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HILLS BROS.,
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COFFEE

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59` /b.

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NEEDED!

FROSTY ACRES

DEL MONTE

Qt.
Jar

SPRY

Pure
Vegetable
Shortening

3

5`

Lb.
Can

ROLAND BRAND
IMPORTED

PORTUGUESE
SARDINES

5 cans 99c

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

MERVI INDIV.

CHEESE PIZZAS

2 1 /2 -oz. Q c
pkg.

MR. "G"

FRENCH FRIES

9-oz.
pkg.

1 Oc

Pine Brook, Rock

CORNISH HENS

22-oz.
pkg.

69 c

FROSTY SEAS

Whole
Strawberries

FISH STICKS

`

29 pkg.

1-Lb.
Cup

39c

Cream Style

CORN
14c.. lip R 9c

Cans

PILLAR ROCK

HART BRAND

Fancy Albacore
Solid Pack, White
Meat

BARTLETT
PEARS

OR STAR KIST

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3 cans 89c 3

(In Oil)

No.

2 1/2

Cans

9c

PRODUCE SPECIALS*

KLEENEX

FACIAL
TISSUES

KOREX

COPPER
CLEANER

White or Pastel

300 Ct.
Box

19 `

89c

10-0z.
Jar

U. S. No. 1

DRY
ONIONS

10-Lb.
Mesh
Bag •

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Extra Large Size

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