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October 10, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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Youth News 1

Junior YI Teens
to Sponsor Dinner

Caricatures

Junior Young Israel
Teens will have a member-
ship dinner 5 p.m. Sunday
in the home of Gabie Levi,
14085 Ludlow, Oak Park.
Barbecue and a program
will highlight the evening.
Admission is by payment of
membership dues. For res-
ervations, call Terry Leider-
man, adviser, 564-1627, or
Jay Jubas, president,
545-3310.

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

.399-1320

Music by

Sam Barnett

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs.

968-2563

Extra Super Special
strictly kosher

Cooked-Hot

Cottage
Cheese

CORNED
BEEF

Lge. or small curd

45(

$ 98

Cong. Bnai Moshe's Gi-
borim United Synagogue
Youth group (grades 3 and
4) will have an oneg Shabat
7:30 p.m. today in the home
of Rabbi Stanley Rosen-
baum, 14661 Balfour, Oak
Park. There will be singing,
games and refreshments.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call Marla Magy,
548-9055.
Chalutzim USY (grades 5
and 6) will go rollerskating
and have elections, meeting
1:30 p.m. Sunday at the syn-
agogue. For reservations,

Best 15
strictly kosher

SAUSAGE

Italian • Smoked
Polish • Knock-
wurst

your choice 12 oz pkg

$1 29

lb.

12 oz cup

1st cut $4.79 lb.

I Wishbone
Dressing

itaiian
• California Onion
• Deluxe French
your choice
16 oz bottle

Prince

Spaghetti
Sauces

non-dairy

your choice
32 oz jar

16 Oz. jar

89(

79(

For your special parties or other events try our

We use only Kosher-Wilno-Best-Zion

or Feinbergs

Meat Trays

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

I

You'll Also B. Delighted with
Our Very, Very Best Delicious

TAST

(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

AS

we R

Good
thru
Wed.

Right to Limit

Quantity

Wolfe River

APPLES

4 lln.

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Long-Thin-Krisp

CUCUMBERS

3 for 25(

—SaturdaY, suna3Y —

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

Kosher Products on our

Specials

Coffee Mate

Creamer

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Extra Large • Baking or Cookingi

Meatless • Mushroom
• Meat

Y BAR-B-0 CHICKEN

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Will Relocate

"The Personal Touch"

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

The finest and largest selection in the
area. We clean, bone, skin and grind
all fish free of charge. For special
service call

JO 6-4640



SUPER SPECIAL!

FRESH

LAKE SUPERIOR
TROUT $129

IDEAL FOR
BROILING — BAKING
PICKLING, ETC.

LB.

OFFER GOOD THRU THURSDAY, OCT. 16th

Slave 'a 7'd awe SeetOod

22101 Coolidge, Oak Park

(1 Blk. S. of Nine Mile)

Please call 548 - 4031

call
Steve
Kideckel,
968-1765.
Kadimah USY (grades 7
and 8) will have an open
youth lounge 7 p.m. Tues-
day in the synagogue. Rec-
ords, games and old-fash-
ioned movies will highlight
the evening. Kadimah will
have an oneg Shabat Oct. 18
in the home of Rabbi Rosen-
baum. For reservations, by
Oct. 17, call Sharon Landau,
545-6951.

Joel Ungar was elected
Kadimah president at the
group's recent election
meeting. Other officers
are Mark Baumgarten,
Richard Demak and Mi-
chael Ungar, vice presi-
dents; Lisa Stein, secre-
, tary; and Michele Ungar,
treasurer. Stacey Abrin is
board member-at-large.

New junior congregation
officers are Michael Ungar,
president; Scott Cranis, vice
president; Susie Klein and
Mark Birnholtz, secretaries;
and Ralph Naftaly, program
chairman.
Steve Demak will chair an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the home of Mark Owens,
25040 Southwoods, South-
field. For information, call
Ron Anstandig, 968-1146.
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities,
call youth coordinator, Har-
tley Harris, 968-3563, or the
youth lounge, 548-3123.

UHS Will Have
Weekend Retreats

United Hebrew Schools
has scheduled a series of
seven weekend retreats as
part of the curriculum of its
afternoon elementary and
high schools at Camp Ta-
marack in Ortonville.
Four of the weekends will
be called "Shabat Ba'Kfar"
(Sabbath in the village) and
are for children in grades
Bet through Hei of all
branches of the UHS sys-
tem.
Three weekends will be
given over to an in-depth
study of "Man and Society in
the Bible" and are specially
geared for children in the
Hebrew High School and
the newly affiliated high
school department of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The opening weekend of
the season will be Oct.
24-26. For information on
this program and all the ac-
tivities of UHS, call
354-1050.

r

Engagements)

Mr. and Mrs. William
Kurtz, former Detroiters of
Hallandale, Fla., announce
the engagement of their
daughter Carole Joyce
Kurtz to Jeffrey Schech-
ter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schechter of New
York. Miss Kurtz was grad- •
uated from the University
of Miami. Her fiance was
graduated from Brooklyn
College. A November wed-
ding in Miami Beach is
planned.

vcrooer I V, IT/ 3 33

MS Official

Bnai Moshe Youth Events Due

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See Us
For All
Your

GERALD GOLDSTEIN

Gerald Goldstein, assist-
ant executive director of the
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
since 1969, has been named
executive director of the
Boston Jewish Vocational
Service.
According to Albert I.
Ascher, executive director of
the local JVS-CW, Goldstein
will be succeeded by How-
ard Bayer, supervisor of vo-
cational services at the Buf-
falo (N.Y.) Jewish Family
Service. Bayer will join the
Detroit agency next month.

Fall Fashions

Lahav to Have
Mystery Tour

Lahav Chapter, Cong.
Beth Achim's United Syn-
agogue Youth affiliate, will
have a mystery bus ride
Sunday, leaving 1 p.m. from
the home of Pam Lippitt,
27150 Devonshire, South-
field.
The event will include a
general membership meet-
ing. There is a nominal
charge. For information,
call Jerry Friedman,
968-4558.
Lahav conducts services
10 a.m. Saturdays in the
synagogue and hosts a drop-
in 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wednes-
days in the synagogue youth
lounge. Admission is free.

Youth Services
at Mishkan Israel

Cong. Mishkan Israel's
junior congregation will
meet 9-10 a.m. each Satur-
day. Those age 6-13 are in-
vited.
Avi Leiman, youth direc-
tor, will supervise the pro-
gram. For information, call
the Lubavitch Center,
548-2666.

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CHEESE WORLD

Tel-12 Shopping Center

Announces Their Opening
of the

"Wonderful World of Cheese"

Weekend Special

FRENCH BRIE
JARLSBERG

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$2.99 lb.
$1.69 lb.
$1.49

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