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38 October 17, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hochberg Club
Has Benefit Lunch

Women's Clubs

NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
fund-raising luncheon,
sponsored by Anne Gold-
stein and Rose Kleinbard,
noon Wednesday in the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club
room. Guests are invited.
* * *
SPRING
ARBOR
CHAPTER,
Women's
American ORT, will have a
used book sale 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Saturday and Sunday
at Harvard Row Mall. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the ORT
School of Health.
* * *
ELAINE LEVIN CHAP-
TER, CARIH, will sponsor
a Meadow Brook Hall lunch-
eon and tour noon Wednes-
day. The tour will begin at
1:15 p.m. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Bern-
ice Miller, 557-0424, or Mil-
lie Zivov, 557-1805 or
557-4788.
* * *
JEWISH HOME FOR
THE AGED WOMEN'S
AUXILIARY will hold its
first open meeting of its ju-
bilee year 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Borman Hall.
Charles Wolfe, executive
director of Borman Hall and
Meyer Prentiss Manor, will
speak. New members will be
welcomed. Following the
business meeting, Esther K.

Shapiro, director of con-
OAK PARK NSHEI
sumer affairs for the city of CHABAD STUDY
Detroit, will speak. A tea GROUP (Nine Mile area)
will precede the meeting. will meet 3:30 p.m. Satur-
For membership informa- day in the home of Mrs. Avi
tion, call Mrs. Hy Pritz, Leiman, 23081 Kipling. Mr.
537-4755.
Leiman will speak.
* * *
* * *
ROSENWALD AUXIL-
OAKLAND HILLS
IARY American Legion, CHAPTER,
Women's
will join the post for a so- American ORT, will have its
cial-meeting 1 p.m. Thurs- annual paid-up membership
day at the Lincoln Towers dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday at
Apts. club room. Refresh- the Coach House Apts. club
ments and games will high- house. A wine and cheese
light the afternoon.
hour and boutique walk will
* * *
precede the buffet dinner. A
PRIMROSE BENEVO- film will be shown. For res-
LENT CLUB will meet 8 ervations, call Beverly Olen-
p.m. Monday at the Zionist der, chairperson, 851-0522.
* * *
Cultural Center. The organ-
ization will have its 41st
AVODAH CHAPTER,
annual donor luncheon noon Pioneer Women, will have a
Nov. 4 at Cong. Beth Achim. business meeting noon
Captains for the affair are: Tuesday in the home of Es-
Sarah Shindler, Eva Rivkin, ther Fishman, 15235 North-
Fannie Kline, Molly Kobrin, gate, Oak Park. Members
Helen Feiner, Ann Bergman are requested to bring items
and Ida Frankel. A social for the Oct. 22-23 rummage
hour and refreshments will sale at the Workmen's Cir-
follow.
cle Center.
* * *
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD
WOMEN'S BICUR
RESCURE WOMEN, Sen- CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
ior and Junior Groups, will TION will hold a regular
hold a free paid-up member- meeting noon Monday in the
ship luncheon noon Thurs- MCL Cafeteria at the Tel-12
day at the Roman Gate Res- Mall. Plans will be dis-
taurant. For reservations, cussed for a games party
call Betty Weinstein, and luncheon to be held Oct.
352-3016, senior group 27 at the Knob-in-the-
chairman or Sharon Taylor, Woods Apts. club house.
* * *
INTERIORS
851-9545, junior group
chairman. Dues will be ac-
By
TOWN AND COUNTRY
cepted at the door, and new CHAPTER,
Women's
members are invited.
American ORT, will have a
* * *
general meeting 8 p.m.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Tuesday in the Franklin
Pioneer Women, will meet Pointe Apts. club house.
12:30 p.m. Monday in the The film, "L'Chaim, to
Formerly At
home of Mrs. Jack Simon, Life," will be shown. Hus-
Lincoln Center
30320 Southfield, South- bands, relatives and friends
field. There will be games are invited. For informa-
and prizes, and a buffet tion, call Corrinne Weitzer,
luncheon will be served. 355-0016.
* * *
Members are requested to
MEMBER
OF
DETROIT WOMEN OF
bring donor funds.
//
* * *
‘‘.‘'
ALPHA OMEGA will hold
FANNIE
American Society of :‘
GLUCK its annual membership tea
Interior Designers
CHAPTER,
American noon Tuesday at the home
(ASID)
t"; • Mizrach Women, will hold a of Mrs. Burton Stillman,
luncheon-meeting noon Oct. 1938 Long Lake Shore,
27 at the Zionist Cultural Bloomfield Hills. A dessert
Center. Kay Goodman, luncheon, to honor new
Specializing
president, will give a report members, will be served.
in
* * *
on the jubilee convention of
Mizrachi
Women
which
she
PURITY
CHAPTER,
Layout Design
will attend in Washington, Order of the Eastern Star,
D. C. Hostesses for the will hold a closed installa-
Color Consultant
luncheon are Vivian Shul- tion of new officers 7:45
Accessorizing
man, Ann Bigman, Belle p.m. Monday at the Oddfel-
Stevens and Gertrude Gil- lows Temple. Refreshments
bert.
will be served.
* * *
* * *
call for appt.
OAK PARK NSHEI
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
CHABAD STUDY Women, will meet 11:30
544-1877 or
GROUP will meet 3:30 p.m. a.m. Monday at the North-
Saturday in the home of gate Apts. club house. Je-
545-1410
Mrs. Alex Ungar, 13350 anette Serling will present
Dartmouth.
the program. Brunch will be
served, and guests are in-
vited.
SERVING ONLY
* * *
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
PRIME, AND
HOOD will hold its first
CHOICE MEATS
lecture of the Adult Educa-
tion Lecture Series 10 a.m.-
noon Monday in the youth
lounge of the synagogue.
"Marriage and Divorce" will
Member Detroit Retail
be discussed by Rabbi A.
Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.
Irving Schnipper and Rabbi
Charles Rosenzveig. Baby
JACK ATTIS
sitter service will be avail-
PHIL SWARIN
able if requested in advance
13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE
by calling Mrs. Benjamin
Friedman, 968-4558. There
WE DELIVER
is a charge for non-mem-
bers. The group will hold its
annual paid-up membership

The Florence Hochberg
Social Aid Club will have its
Mrs. Bernard Chase will annual fund-raising lunch-
chair the donor, and pro- eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
ceeds will benefit Magen the Sutton Place Apts. club
David Adorn. For tickets, house. There is a nominal
call Mrs. Harry Schecter,. charge and luncheon will be
557-6674. * * *
served. Games and prizes
KINNERET CHAP- will highlight the afternoon.
TER, Piioneer 'Women, will
Proceeds from the lunch-
have a meeting noon Mon- eon will benefit handi-
day in the Lincoln Towers capped and blind children
Apts. club room. Allen A. and soldiers' and children's
Warsen, historian, will homes in Israel.
speak on "Episodes in Mich-
Begun 27 years ago, the
igan Jewish History." Re- women's group dedicates
freshments will be served, itself to charitable work in
and guests are invited.
the community.

dinner 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at
the synagogue. For reserva-
tions, by Monday, call Mrs.
Robert Hacker, 353-5148, or
Mrs. Max Kruger, 273-3424.
* * *
LEAGUE OF JEWISH
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TIONS will have its first
meeting of the year noon
Thursday at Temple Beth
El. Program vice president,
Mrs. Sander Klein, and Mrs.
Donald Thal, co-chairman,
have prepared a program,
"The Influence of a
Woman," featuring Kelly
Burke of WXYZ-TV. Presi-
dents of the constituent or-
TRU-KOSHER amp l
ganizations will be honored,
By
NORMA
BARACH
FOODS NEWS! "
and a report on Cooperative
(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)
Council will be read by Mrs.
Lowest Prices in Town
Martin Cole, vice president.
Food prices remain high,
• For All flinches
The league directory is
although tuna is still one of
ready. Persons wishing to
the most economical of
• Mini Ko-Ops
get on the regular mailing
foods. For those concerned
• Parties
list may call Mrs. Morton
about economy in the
• Luncheons
Oppenheim, 545-3361, or
kitchen, here is a fine main
Mrs. Sidney Cohen,
dish made with any type of
Call
547-0780. The public is in-
canned tunafish.
vited to the meeting at no
1 12 'k -oz. can tuna (drained)
charge.
1 10 3/4 -oz. can cream of potato
* * *
soup
one-third cup corn flakes crumbs
BETH MOSES SIS-
1 tsp. onion flakes
TERHOOD will meet 8
1 egg
1/4 lb. muenster cheese (grated)
p.m. Wednesday in the syn-
agogue. Rabbi A. Irving
Mix tuna, soup, egg, corn flakes
crumbs and onion flakes. Put into a
Schnipper will speak. Plans
greased casserole. Top with grated
are being made for a paid-
muenster cheese. Bake at 350 degrees
no sabbath calls
up membership dinner in
about 40 minutes or until done.
November. For information,
call Mrs. Sidney Miller, BR
Music Truly for the Discriminating
2-0342.
* * *
by
DAVID HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-
day in the home of the presi-
dent, Mrs. Alex Dorchen,
25639 Greenfield, South-
Cater i n g by
field. The women's group

The Ultimate in Catering
announces Mary Freedland,
lyric soprano, will be fea-
With A Yiddish Tamm
tured in a program of
For ALL Occasions
"Songs of Our People," ac-
companied by Vivian Stoll-
Elegant Pastries — Outstanding Hors D'oeuvres
man, at the 38th annual
Dinners with A Distinctive Flair — Unique Meat and Dairy Trays
donor luncheon noon Nov.
11 at Cong. Beth Achim.
543-3585

c,

Casserole

"

TRU-KOSHER
FOODS
CORPORATION

547-2784

Mach Pitt and his Orchestra

358-36!2

\\ G it e i

541-7940

IS •

SINGER'S

Kosher Meats n z
& Poultry Mkt.

LI 7-8111

KOSHER 11EAT AT ITS BEST

101 R

Independent Association Members

THIS WEEKS SPECIALS

Only at your kosher independent market you can still have your
personalized service LOOK FOR THE ASSOCIATION EMBLEM

Bar-B-0

Oct. 19th thru Oct. 23rd

CHICKENS . • • • • • • • • 99 lb.

All Our Association Members are under the Supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

BERN1RDS KOSHER 11E1TS
1:1925 W. 9 Mile

Bernard Rayber

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THE-3430\11 I\ RHOS.
Harry-Ben-Oscar-Sam. Frank
13515 NV. 7 Mile Rd. — UN 4-9054

KOSIIER 11E1T 11KT.
Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

COIIE) & SON 11E 1T 111RKET
26035 Coolidge Hwy.
Jack Cohen — Oak Park 4S2:37 Tel. LI
7-4121
(:011E) 1\1) s0N
129:39 West Seven Mile Road
Allan A. Cohen — Detroit 452:5 DI 1-1607
DI 1-160S

IlE\TER 0111SON KOSHER 11F ITS
Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Eugene Feldman — Michael Feldman
Oak Park 45237 — LI S-6S00

GOLDIN. KOTI) & SMITH
2:3057 Coolidge
Seward Goldin. Ben Smith
7_3900
Oak Park 4S2:37

111R1 1R1)R011 KOSHER ME ITS

2175O \V. 11 Mile Road
Sidney Mirves. John Katz, Dave Krasman.
Southfield
45076 — 356-5110
MORRIS KOSHER 11E1T 111HKET
T1:34 \\-. Seven Mile Road
William Schwartz -- Detroit -15221
DI 1-5604
\ORTIR; 1TE KOSHER 11E IT & P01 13R1
2.-,254 Greenfield
Jack
Oak Park •1S2:37 — 545-4SS7

NS MO 1 KOSHER 11E

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24721 Coolidge
Ben Shapiro. Joe Felstein
Oak Park I52:37 — LI :3-SSG0

SINGERS 11E1T 111R1NET

1:1721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jack Attis, Philip Swarm
Oak Park -152:37 — LI 7-S111

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