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December 05, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOuth News

1

Youth Groups Plan Installations Women Seek $100,000 Goal
Cong. Bnai Moshe's youn- Dec. 13. There is a charge. for Israel Recreation Center

ger Touth groups will install For reservations by Sunday,
officers 7:30 p.m. today in call social chairman, Sue
the small chapel.
Acker, 968-0037. The seniors
Officers from Giborim,
Youth to Demonstrate Support
will hear a radio script
Chalutzim and Kadimah to adapted from Elie Wiesel's
be installed are: Lisa Ber-
in Rally for .O PP ressed Jewry
"The Jews of Silence" at 10
ger, Sandy Moskowitz, Ilana a.m. Shabat services in the
The Jewish Community presentations, Israeli danc-, Stollman, Sam Schwartz, small chapel.
Center will hold a march, ing and singing, films, Sam Zeidman, Scott Cranis,
For information on youth
rally and festival to demon- garneroom activities and_ Debbie Stein, Michelle Katz, activities,
call Hartley Har-
Helayne Shaw, Joel Ungar,
strate support for oppressed volleyball.
ris, 968-3563, or the youth
Michael
Ungar,
Mark
Jews throughout the world
lounge, 548-3123.
7:30 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Participating are Bnai Baumgarten, Richard De-
Bnai Moshe and proceeding Brith Youth Organization, mak, Michelle Ungar, Lisa
to the 10 Mile Center Bnei Akiva, Habonim, Stein and Stacey Abrin.
branch.
Hashomer Hatzair, Hillel Singing, dancing and re- Youth Music Unit
The evening will includea Day School, Jewish Center, freshments will follow.
Youth particiating in Will Have Meeting
-march, outdoor rally, candle Jewish Parents Institute,
Shabat
services with the
lighting ceremony; group United Hebrew Schools and
The student group of the
ccingregations w ill be tend- Music Study Club of Metro-
United
Synagogue
youth
_
ered a luncheon.
groups.
politan Detroit will meet 2
Kadimah United Syn- p.m. Sunday in the home of
In case of inclement agogue Youth will have an Marcia Eder, 25517 Here-
Orchestra and Entertainment
weather, the program will open youth lounge 7-9 p.m. ford Dr., Hungington
begin at-8:15 p.m. in the 10 Thursday in the syn - Woods.
Mile Center branch. All agogue. There will be
games _and music. For in-
-The group is for youth age
Jewish youth- are invited.
forMation, call -Sharon -14-18 who are performing
Landau, 545-6951.
musicians or nonperform-
Senior USY will have a ing students interested in
progressive dinner r:30 p.m. music research.

IARRY FREEDMAN

647-2367

Winter Weekend

aad

• 22101 Coolidge 1 Block So of 9 Mi
Call 548-4031 -
We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Free

9-

cDirling Itatialtstyte is as
easfasyllef
kelp fronlphef ciloy-ar- dee

Invite Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
to your house when the
youngsters call for pizza!
Just open up the Chef's
Cheese Pizza and you've
_ practically-got it made.
Everything's right there. —
Pizza flour mix, the Chef's special
savory sauce, real Italian cheese
and easy directions. JUst 20 minutes
in your oven and you'll have a
delicious. "home-made" mychel!
A sizzling, tangy pizza to set
before the kids. They'll
just flip for it!

-*SO:

COMPLETE

Cheese
Pizza

for Youth Slated

The Fresh Air Society will
-have its first nature winter
weekends for Tamarack
campers Dec. 26-29, for boys
and girls, age 11-13, at
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville.
The second weekend, Jan.
2-4, is for boys and girls age
8-10.
Both weekends will fea-
ture crafts, drama, music,
cooking, games and hikes.
Fees cover all services in-
cluding hot meals, bus
transportation and all pro-
gram activities.
For applications and de-
tails; contact the Fresh Air
Society, 341-5666.
The society also an-
nounces the relocation of its
offices to 6600 W. Maple
Road, West Bloomfield,
Michigan 48033 (851-7733),
in the new Jewish ComrnU-
nity Center, effective Dec.
15.

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Dole
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sliced
chunks
crushed
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0

9

Super Special
Chicago Brand
strictly kosher

Salami_ or
Bologna

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Specials
Good
thru
Wed.

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

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Imported

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in oil

Fancy
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SALMON

assorted flavors

Gelatin
Desserts

3 oz. box

5 1/4 oz. can

19'

49'

Maid
Kosher

Idaho Potatoes
10 lb."1"
39

Egg
Noodles

Fancy NORTHERN SPY

Fine • Medium • Wide
16 oz. cello pkg.

APPLES

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For your special parties or other events try our

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,Saturday, Sunday

— —

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

We use only Kosher-Wilno-Best-Zion or Feinbergs
Kosher Products on our Meat Trays

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

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

You'll Also Be Delighted with
Our Very, Very Best Delicious

TASTY BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

December 5, 1975 3S

JO 6-4640

The program will feature
Vicki Blaszkiewicz, pianist
and flautist, and Beth Lu-
povitch, pianist.

Women of Jewish National Fund co-chairmen for
the $100,000 donor drive to complete a family recreation
center at Kiryat Shmona are, from left, front row: -Mes-
dames Jean Klafer, Diane Levine, president; Betty Sil-
verman., fund-raising; Sylyia Schneider and Reba
Bloom. Shown from left in back row, are: Mesdames
Helen RoSenfeld, Belle Levin, Bea Feigelman, Fannie
Rosenblat and Helen Ring. Not pictured are Selma Lif-
sitz, Bella Hordes, Sari Greenfield and Dorothy Potiker.
A pie-donor rally will be held noon Dec..16 at Temple
Emanu-El. Petite luncheon will be served. Entertain-
ment will be provided by Hillel Day School students in
thr form of a musical production, "The Goliath Jazz,"
under the direction of Geraldine Sehwartz and Etta Zi-
vian. Shirley Kraft is program chairperson and Ida
Baker is chairperson for the day.

Bnai David Youth Plan Party

Cong. Bnai David's Mac- p.m. in the youth lounge.
cabee Group (grades 6-8) Members are requested to
will have elections followed bring a dairy lunch. Driv-
by a post-Hanuka party 2 ers are needed. ,
p.m. Sunday in the social
For information on Bnai
hall. Paid members' only
David youth events, call ad-
may vote.
The afternoon will tea- - viser, Mayer Fox, 557-5085;
ture music,: movies, Israeli -Paul Levine, 354-38 45; or
dancing, refreshments' and the Youthline, 557-8325.
games. The Maccabee group
recently elected Janet
Kresch social action chair- Teen Group will
person. Sheryl Markle had Celebrate Hanuka
the high score. at the recent
five-pin bowling event.
Young Israel Teens will
Mark Prussian was have a Hanuka party and
elected president of the Cha- Chinese auction 8 p.m. Sat-
vayrim group. Other offi- urday at Young Israel of
cers are: Steven Dines, vice Greenfield. Proceeds will
president; Ross Foner, trea- benefit the Torah Find.
surer; and Terry Zuckor,
The program will include
Scott Winkleman and Greg refreshments, singing and
Linn, Chairmen.
dancing. There is a charge.
Gibborim (grades 3-5) For information, call Julie
will have a rollerskating Torgow, 548-0424, or Sheri
party Dec. 14 meeting 1:30 Mandel, 542-3067. -

Jo Robin Davis
Weds Mr. Stone

.

FAO Excludes Zionism Issue
From Food Aid Extension Plan

ROME (JTA) — The
three-week meeting here of
the governing conference of
the UN Food and Agricul-
ture Organization (FAO)
narrowly avoided a split on
the issue of Zionism. •
The controversy was over
a recommendation that
FAO should extend food aid
to liberation movements
recognized by the UN Gen-
eral Assembly and the Or-
ganization of African Unity
(OAU) which were "strug-
gling against foreign domi-
nation or racism."
The United States, Israel
and 25 other countries op-
posed inclusion of the term
"racism" in the text. A com-
promise was reached when
they agreed to the report
with the reservation that
"racism" should not be un-
derstood as referring to

Zionism.

The biennial conference
approved increasing the

FAO's net budget to $167
for 1976-77, a 50
percent hike, to provide
better agricultural pro-
grams in developing coun-
tries as an essential first
step toward solving the
world food crisis.

- million

Israel's budget contribu-
tions for 1976-77 were as-
sessed at more than $250,-
000, more than three times
that of Saudi Arabia and
nearly twice as much As
that of Libya which earlier
called for the expulsion of
Israel from the FAO.

Sgt. Meyer Levin per-
formed the first recorded
act of heroism of World War
II when he destroyed a Jap-
anese battleship early in the_
war. Sgt. Levin died in the
service of his country on
Jan. 7, 1943.
—World Over

MRS. STONE

Jo Robin Davis and Ken-
neth Samuel Stone were
married in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek. Rabbi Irwin Groner
and Cantor Jacob Barkin
officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr.'and Mrs. Lewis D.
Davis of Kincardine Rd.,
Franklin. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and
Mrs. Robert M. Stone of
Franklin Park Dr., Frank-
lin.
Lori Davis was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Cheri Davis, sis-
ter of the bride; Jody Stone,
Patricia Stone and Hildy
Stone, sisters of the bride-
groom.
-
Jeffrey Kaine was best
man. Ushers were Michael
Hartz, Richard Stober,
Kenneth Robbins and
Keith Davis, brother of the
bride.
Mrs. Stone attends Kala-
mazoo College. Her husband
was graduated from Kala-
mazoo College and attends
the Michigan State Univer-
sity College of Human Med-
icine.

The displacement of Ar-
abs and Jews in the Middle
East in 1948 and the follow-
ing years meant, in effect,
an exchange of populations.

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