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December 26, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Increased Need for Passover Mo'os Hitim
Appeal Described by Local Mizrachi Unit

Edonomic pressures on
Israel resulting from the
current tensions stemming
from Arab threats have in-
creased the need for supple-
mentary assistance to needy
for the approaching Pas-
sover festival, Greater De-
troit Mizrachi-Hapoel Ham-

10 MILE & GREENFIELD

SEE AL GULA OR
BRIAN VANHOLLENBECK

399-6604

izrachi leaders said this
week. '
Announcing continuation
of the tradition of providing
aid to hundreds of needy
families in Israel through
the special Mizrachi Mo'os
Hitim fund, Phillip Stoll-
man, local and national
Mizrachi leader, and Zvi
Tomkiewicz, executive di-
rector of the local Mizrachi
office, stated that the gener-
osity of Detroit Jews in
previous years assures them
in anticipating increased
contributions to augment a
vitally needed fund.
Stollman reported, on the
basis of findings on several
very recent visits in Israel, ,
that the higher cost of liv-
ing, the inflation and the de-
valuation of the Israel

pound have added to the
hardships of a population
already under great stress
in an era of economic uncer-
tainties.

"The added needs for
proper Passover o'bserv-
ance by the less affluent
demands our concern and
greater response to the
Mo'os Hitim fund than
ever before," Stollman
declared. "What we pro-
vide is supplementary, but
it is vital. We have many
hundreds of needy on our
list. We can not and dare
not let them down. We are


A former head of the
ministry's public relations
division, Avnon was Is-
rael's ambassador to the
Philippines prior to- the
• Yom Kippur War and or-
ganized the mobilization of
supplies and services for
Jerusalem during the 1973
crisis.

Mi

Call 548-4031
We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Free

YAAKOV AVNON

Israeli Ambassador Yaa-
kov Avnon will be the guest
speaker at the Professional
Division's annual accoun-
tants breakfast caucus of
the 1976 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Accountants
section
members and Campaign
leadership have been invited
to attend at 9:45 a.m. Jan.
11, at the new Jewish Com-
munity Center. The morn-
ing gathering is the first in

We are delighted to announce
to the Jewish Consumer Public
that our

COTTAGE CHEESES AND SOUR CREAM

are now strictly Kosher.

These include.Small Curd, Large Curd,,and
Cottage Cheese with Pineapple; and our
regular Sour Cream. (The chip dips are NOT
Kosher.)

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES!

PEPSI
COLA

Extra
Super Special
Delicious Tasty
strictly kosher

*Regular
*diet
*pepsi lite
16 oz.
no return bottles

PASTRAMI

by the piece
or slicdd

8PI"

$909
lb.

Extra
Super Special
Feinbergs
strictly kosher

JELLO

for

HOT DOGS

or

-

assorted
flavors
Gelatin Desserts

KNOCKS

12 oz. t1
pkg. 4'

09

3 oz.
box

1 9'

Rokeach

Specials
Good '
thru
Wed.

jar

Baked
Beans

16 oz. cans

4

for99c

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

— PRODUCE SPECIALS

Sweet Juicy
TEMPLE

Heinz

Vegetarian Style

ORANGES

Lge.
100 Size

eat

7 doz.

Vine Ripe Solid

TOMATOES

4 & 5
to a pkg.



2 9

Saturday, Sunday

For your special parties or other events try our

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

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

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

You'llAls , o Ve
Be Delighted
lighted with
Our Very
Best Delicious

TASTY BAR-B-0 CHICKEN

(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

Professional Division
chairmen are Drs. Paul C.
\ Feinberg and Milton H.
Goldrath. Harry Silverman
and Isadore Silverman are
vice chairman for the group.
Members of the Division
cabinet are Seymour M. Is-
rael, Harvey L. Kleiman,
Herbert P. Sillman, Bruce
E. Thal, and Julian S. To-
bias.
David L. Greenbaum and
Robert H. Naftaly head the
accountants section. They
are assisted by executive
committee members Hy-
man M. Beale, Abraham
Burnstein, Perry M. Cohen,
Lawrence F. Portnoy, A.
Richard Tischler, and Ralph
Woronoff.

Tobias to Head
Wayne State Fund

sweet recipe
Old Vienna

Gefilte
Fish
$1 3924.z.

Tomkiewicz pointed out
that the supplies will be se-
cured from the Supersol
food markets, and mini-
mum gifts of $15 are sought.
The supply packages con-
tain all the basic Passover
needs.
Contributions to the
Mizrachi Mo'os Hitim Fund
should be sent to Detroit
Mizrachi, 23125 Coolidge,
Oak Park, 48237. For infor-
mation, call the office,
398-7180.

a series of trades and pro-
fessional division events for
the 1976 Campaign.

Avnon has served Israel's
Foreign Ministry for the
past 25 years.

7ed

22101 Coolidge Block So of 9

confident that generous
Detroit Jewry again will
be a leader in compassion
for the neediest in Israel."

Veteran Israeli Envoy
to Address Campaign Group

!This Is Our Only Locatioril

2,azie'4
aftee

I

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

Julian S. Tobias of South-
field has been elected presi-
dent of the Wayne State
Fund, the organization
which directs gifts of al-
umni and friends to Wayne
State University.
Tobias was elected to re-
place -outgoing president
Robert Hague of Birthing-
ham at the annual meeting
of the Fund 'members at
Wayne State. Calvin D. Bo-
gart of Southfield, was
elected first vice president
and Stanley J. Winkelman,
president of Winkelman
Stores, Inc., was elected sec-
ond vice president.

Bnai Brith

TIKVAH CHAPTER

will begin the second half of
its bowling season 12:30
p.m. Jan. 8. Women inter-
ested joining the league may
call Mary Lewis, 645-9039,
or Sylvia Biller, 353-0552.

December 26, 1975 31

Business Briefs

The Herschel's Chocolate
Mitchell Simmer has
Cordial "chocolate kiss" dis- been named regional real es-
play has been named a win- tate manager for Standard
ner of the Point-Of-Pur- Oil division of Amoco Oil
chase Advertising Co. As real estate manager,
Institute's Merchandising Simmer assumes responsi-
Awards Contest. It was bilities for all legal matters
made for - Mohawk Liqueur pertaining to real estate•in
Corp. to introduce its new the company's three-state
chocolate cordial. An OMA Great Lakes region (MiCh-
(Outstanding Merchandis- igan, Indiana, and Ohio),
ing Achievement Indian
* * *
Statuette) will be presented
ADMIRAL
AUTO
to Ruben N. Isaacs of
Ruben Advertising, who PARTS,' 22105 Coolidge,
first conceived the display, Oak Park, celebrating its
and Harbor Industries, Inc. grand opening, features
of Grand Haven, the firm auto parts and auto accesso-
ries at discount prices.
which produced it,
Hours are_daily 8 a.m. to
6:30 p.m. and Sunday, 10,
Exchange Students a.m. to 3 p.m.

Seek Area Hosts

International Cultural
Exchange is seeking fami-
lies to host high school stu-
_ dents from Latin America
who are eager to come to the
United States. The students
are scheduled to arrive in
mid-January and remain
through June 1976.
Students come with their
dwn spending money and
complete medical insurance;
families need only offer
room and board, love and
affection.
Several Jewish students
are among the participants
from Latin America.
Many other students
from other countries of the
world will arrive for the six-
week summer program, and
for six-month and full-year
programs which begin in
the autumn. ICXchange also
offers opportunities for
American high school stu-
dents to live and study
abroad.
For information, call
Heidi Halla, 642-6073.

Jews Allowed Into
Party With Saudi

Who said Saudi Arabians
bar Jews? It's a moot 'ques-
tion when display of a spe-
cially designed Cadillac for
a Saudi Arabian king in
Detroit is sensationalized.
That was the occasion
when Dollie Cole, wife of
the retired president of the
General Motors Corp. Ed-
ward N. Cole, persuaded
King Khalid of Saudi Ara-
bia to display his specially
built Cadillac to benefit a
children's homer
Among the many Detroit
socialites attending the
party . were many Jews,
called on to raise funds for
the _ho-me. According to
newspaper reports, none
were barred from the party.

JVS CW Offering
Jobs for Students

-

This ,
week's special
For
Vacations
Coordinated

3

piece
outfits

Slack & Blouse set

"The Personal Touch"

Naomi
Uppe

Advance
Fashions Ltd.

• PANTS SUITS
• SEPARATES
• BLOUSES
• SWEATERS &
much more
Sizes 10 to 20

er-U111
lal

The Jewish Vocational
Service and Community
Workshop (JVS-CW) is in-
terviewing college students
for' the Summer Jobs for
College Students Program.
The free summer job
placement program is av-ail-
able to all college students.
Students are encouraged to
make an appointment now
to register for summer jobs
by calling JVS-CW,
557-5341.

.

022

13721 W. •11 MILE RD.

Next to Shari Lynn Cleaners
HOURS: Monday-Friday 10-5
Saturday 10-4

Diore Bldg., Oak Park—
Suite 206

543-0545

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