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March 08, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, March 8, 1974

Deborah Greenspoon Levin e-Sorock
Med. in Kibut::: Rite Rites Solemnized

Men's Clubs

BETH SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will be joined by the
sisterhood for an art auction
9 p.m. March 30 and 3 p.m.
March 31 at the synagogue.
There will be paintings, etch-
ings, lithographs, oils and
water colors by such artists
as Chagall, Degas, Dail., Ma-
tisse and Picasso. Admission
is free, and refreshments
will be served. Catalogues
will be available. Co-chair-
men are Stan Berger and
Mary Posner.
* *
TAU EPSILON RHO, De-
troit Graduate Chapter, will
hold its annual election of
officers 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at Farrell's Ice Cream Par-
lor, 29285 Southfield, South-
field.

Boll•ardee

The season's fourth Center
Symphony Orchestra concert
to be in honor of Jewish
Music Month, will feature
compositions by Symphony
conductor Julius Chajes, 3:30

Girl Scout Cookies
Go on Sale Today

MRS. MOSHE PERRY--

Under an Israeli flag that
served as a hupa, Deborah
Greenspoon, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Leo Green-
spoon of Detroit, was mar-
ried to Moshe Perry, son of
the senior Perrys of Kibutz
Yotvata.
The wedding took place in
the date , palm orchard of
Yotvata, and the bride wore
a gown handmade by the
bridegroom's aunt who lives
in Tel Aviv.
The couple will be honey-
mooning in the United States
during the coming two
months, during which they
will visit with the bride's
brother, Fred Greenspoon of
Brentwood Ave., Southfield.

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OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Mishkan
Israel, sponsored by Mrs. J.
Markovitz. Rabbi Yitschok
Mann will speak.
* *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Moshe White,
24731 Church. Mr. White will
speak.
*
DOWNTOWN SYNA-
GOGUE SISTERHOOD will
host Msgr. Clement Kern
of the Most Holy Trinity
Church 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Charterhouse Apts. club
room. Guests are invited and
refreshments will be served.
Msgr. Kern will speak on
"What Israel Meant to Me."
* *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will have a
Purim luncheon noon Wed-
nesday at the home of Rose
Sharkey, 4881 Harding, Oak
Park. Co-hostess is Yetta
Drachler. Ruth Kimmel will

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MRS. HOWARD LEVINE

WE DELIVER.

The annual cookie sale of
the Girl Scouts of Metropoli-
tan Detroit is under way
through March 17.
Nearly 1,800 volunteers are
responsible for planning and
coordinating the sale, while
the families of more than
30,000 scouts help make it a
success.
Five varieties are offered:
peanut butter patties, mint,
chocolate chip, shortbread
and sandwich. Even though
bakery costs have increased,
the price will remain the
same—$1 for,each family-size
box.
Through the cooperation of
merchants and other busi-
nessmen, more than 750
booths will be set up in
stores, banks and other neigh-
borhood shops. These booths
provide an opportunity for
the scouts to sell to the pub-
lic since GSMD does not per-
mit door-to-door sales.

Sallyjo Sorock became the
bride of Howard Barry Le-
vine in a recent ceremony
in the bride's home. Rabbi
Milton Rosenbaum officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Milton So-
rock of Lakehills Ave.,
Franklin. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Levine of Nashville.
The bride wore her moth-
er's satin gown, accented
with a seed pearl collar and
an appliqued mantilla. She
carried a nosegay.
Cathy Sue Sorock was her
sister's maid of honor. Mr.
Levine was his son's best
man.
The couple is living in
"I must be cruel, only to
Troy.
be kind."—Shakespeare

omen's

CHEESE
PIZZA

What should a Jewish mother
do whose kids love to nosh
Italian? Simple. Just whip
up a glorious pizza pie. So
easy, with the help of Chef
Boy-Ar-Dees. Chef has put
it all together in one box:
pizza flour mix, special
sauce, zesty cheese, easy
directions. So in 20 minutes
out of the oven will pop a
sizzling bubbly hot pizza to
the chef's taste—and your
family's. (Better make two if
you want a t ste.)

Jewish Center Concert Features
All-Chajes Music Program

ad, news

p.m. March 24 in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater.
This special Jewish music
program also will feature
John Dovaras Singers, Italo
Babini on cello, Cantor Har-
old Orbach and Annette
Chajes.
Tickets are on sale at the
Center ticket office, 341-4200.
• * •

ZOD to Host Biran

at Cultural Center

Gideon Biran, director of
the Israel Aliya Center, will
speak and show a film on
the Yom Kippur War, 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center, sponsored
∎by the Zionist Organization
of Detroit.
Refreshments w i 11 b e
served, and the public is in-
vited at no charge.

Summer Programs
Open to Community

Member - only registration
for the Jewish Center sum-
mer program will conclude
Sunday, after which the en-
tire community is invited to
register for 16 programs for
children and youth.
For information, or bro-
chure, contact the Center
group services office, 341-
4200.

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Summertime in March at

BOB'S
TRAVELING MARKET
13701 W. 9 Mile Rd. at Ridgedale

WHERE PRICES TELL AND QUALITY SELLS
A Complete Line of Fresh

• Fruits • Veg. • Dairy Products • Delicatessen

speak on the Book of Esther. "Joseph and the Amazing
• Smoke Fish • Lox (Hand Cut) • Sable
Guests and friends are in- Technicolor Dreamcoat,"
WE
NOW CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FROZEN KOSHER FOODS
vited.
based on the biblical gory of
Specials Good through Sunday
* * *
Joseph written by Webber
and
Rice,
will
be
presented
TIKVA CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will have a by the 8th grade class of Hil-
social noon Tuesday at the lel Day School. Rabbi Milton
Country Corner Apts. club Arm will speak on "Prepara-
house. Refreshments will be tions for Passover," noting
served, and guests are wel- that the first seder this year
Chiquita
Iceberg
takes place on the Sabbath.
come.
Bananas
Head Lettuce
Refreshments will be served.
* * *
Mrs. Donald Davis is vice
OAK PARK GROUP and president
lb.
for
of programing.
HUNTINGTON WOODS

*
*
GROUP, Hadassah, will meet
MT. SCOPUS GROUP, Ha-
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Sweet & Juicy
Zionist Cultural Center. Mrs. dassah,, will have a part-
Temple Oranges
Reuben Bienstock of the na- time parents luncheon and
meeting
noon
Tuesday
at
the
tional board of Hadassah will
be guest speaker. The pro- Lincoln Towers Apts. club
gram will center on the house. A film on Youth Aliya
theme "Part-Time Parents— will be shown, and Mrs. Al-
LI 7-0140
Youth Aliya." A filmstrip bert Rosenblum will speak.
will be shown. Refreshments Mrs. Milton Johnson is chair-
Hrs. 8-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 8-9. Sun. 7 -2
will be served, and guests man.
are invited. Members are
asked to bring canned foods,
Recently we introduced our quality products in your market. Your
cleaning supplies and paper
overwhelming response resulted in RUBINSTEIN'S Salmon and-
products for the needy. For
transportation, call Mrs. Ben
Tuna becoming the popular brand in the area.
Levenson, 547-5529, or Mrs.
Rose Surrett, 543-4447.
* * *

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OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
TER, W o m e n's American
ORT, will have a used book
sale Tuesday and Wednes-
day 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at Harvard
Row Mall. All types of books
will be available, including
pocketbooks, children's and
reference works.

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold ' a board
meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
at the synagogue. Luncheon
will be served. The sister-
hood will mark Torah Fund
Day noon March 18. Torah
Fund chairman Mrs. Sidney
Cohen said the Torah Fund
supports the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of New York.

Thank you
again
Detroit

Because of today's shortages and high prices, it is
naturally tempting for many companies to sell more of
their product to the lucrative overseas markets..This is
evidenced by the absence of several popular brands on
Your grocer's shelves. It is our policy, however, to sup
ply as many American markets as we possibly can
First and Foremost.

We appreciate 'our loyal patronage, and will continue
our eft ort to keep your grocer supplied.

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