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July 16, 1976 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-16

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Rabbi Is Appointed to U-M Hillel Post

Rabbi Martin A. Balonoff
of Cleveland has been ap-
pointed associate director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of
Michigan at Ann Arbor.
He succeeds Rabbi Paul
Saiger, who has been named
director of the Hillel unit at

YOUR WEDDING — I
BAR MITZVA

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

the University of Missouri.

Rabbi Balonoff, 29, was
ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary. Dur-
ing his studies as a seminar-
ian, he also served a congre-
gation in Montclair, N.J. He
received his BA degree from
the University of California
at Los Angeles and follow-
ing graduation, was a Hillel
staff assistant there.

Fresh Air - Camp Tamarack Staff Sought
for 75th Anniversary Celebration Reunion

ONE MAN

WILL BE

ORCHESTRA

Vocal—Guitar—Violin—Auto Drum
Bar Mitzva's

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

Candle Lighting

Anniversaries—Weddings

House Parties—Dances Etc.

AND ASSOCIATES

Standards to Rock

The Fresh Air Society - Camp Tamarack will celebrate its 75th anniversary this year as the oldest agency in
the Jewish community. The society is planning a special reunion Nov. 6 at the Jewish Community Center and is
seeking the names and addresses of every former camp counselor and program specialist. Names and addresses
should be sent to Sam Marcus, Fresh Air Society, 6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield 48033, or call 851-7733.

Freddy Sheyer 398-2462

357-1010

Complete Line of Fresh Fish and .Seafood
Including: WHITE FISH, TROUT, PICKEREL, SHRIMPS,

LOBSTER TAILS, CRAB LEGS, ETC.

due-j41
age(

22101 Coolidge 1 Block So of 9

Call 548-4031

Mi

We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Free

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Now that we're in the Three Weeks, A period that

mourning bespeaks, It is fitting to consider Those

things past and bitter, Which our ancient lore en-

treats.

For that light repast Between the fasts, One de-

lights in the simple retreat.

Treat your loved ones to the quenching kosher

delights of FARM MAID's

Kosher Dairy Foods

Living With Cancer
Meeting Is Slated

The American Cancer
Society will hold a meeting
for cancer patients and fam-
ily members at 7:30 p.m. on
Tuesday in the Fireside
Lounge of the First Presby-
terian Church of Birming-
ham.
The purpose of "Living
With Cancer," a self-help
group, is to bring together
persons who are experienc-
ing problems as a result of
the disease and, with the as-
sistance of a nurse consult-
ant, give them the opportu-
nity and encouragement to
discuss these .mutual prob-
lems in a positive manner.
For information call the
American Cancer Society at
557-5353.

PASTRAMI

by the
piece or sliced

Special Label

White Cloud

Bathroom
Tissue

4 roll pak

$2" lb

59'

Breakstone
Grade A

Lynne Setzke, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P.
Setzke, Southfield, was re-
cently inducted into the Pi
Kappa Lambda national
music honor society at
Michigan State University.
Miss Setzke-is a 1973 gradu-
ate of Southfield High
School.

DEXTER DAVISON

MARKETS

SOUR
CREAM

59c

pt. ctn.

Specials '
Good
thru
Wed.

I_ _ _

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

PRODUCE SPECIALS— —

Solid — New — Green

Mrs. Weinberg's
kosher

Hi-C
assorted flavors

CHOPPED
LIVER
$1 59 1 lb.

FRUIT
DRINKS

cup

46 oz can

39c

CABBAGE

Del Monte
Bartlett

PEARS

(Halves)

16 oz.
can 39C

For your special parties or other events try our

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

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640.

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

TASTY BAR-B-CI CHICKEN

We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only

Mrs. Allen Charlupski,
chairman of the Women's
Division, State of Israel
Bonds, has announced the
formation of the Women's
Division Executive Commit-
tee. Appointed to serve on
the committee were: Mrs.
Norman Allan, Mrs. Merrill
Gordon, Mrs. Irwin Green,
Mrs. David Hermelin, Mrs.
Albert Newman and Mrs.
Pearl Nosan.
Also, Mrs. George Parzen,

Mrs. David Pollack, Mrs. Ju-
lius Schamberg, Mrs. Wil-
ham Sherr, Mrs. Walter Sil-
ver, Mrs. Max Stollman and
Mrs. Harvey Weisberg.
Mrs. Charlupski stated,
"While each of us has our
own purpose for actively
participating as leaders in
any given area of communal
work, in Israel Bonds we
have the common purpose of
aiding Israel to become a
strong, viable and secure

Jewish homeland."

Event Precedes Joint Dinner

ex. lg. heads

29'

each

Fancy Sunkist

ORANGES

reg. 79c doz

59

DOZ.

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

8

I'm Back
With A Fabulous

Fall
Collection

..411111.

At a recent leadership reception at-the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Flatt of Oak Park more than $100,000
in Israel Bonds were purchased. The reception was a
prelude to a United Israel Champagne Dinner-Dance for
State of Israel Bonds to be held Aug. 28 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Five organizations annually join together to
support the Israel Bond campaign by hosting these
events. Shown at the reception are, from left, Mrs. Sonia
Popowski, president of Workmen's Circle Branch 227;
Nathan Plonskier of the Radomer Mutual Society; Mrs.
Mary Papo of the Sephardic Community of Detroit, din-
ner chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Flatt; Mrs. Eugene Eisen-
berg, president of United Jewish Social Club; Steven
Goldin, president of Zionists Revisionists and Prof. Ger-
ald Meister, guest speaker.

Windsor Jews Pick President

at the Usual Savings

Naomi
lippa's

Advance
Fashion Ltd.

alteration on premises

13721 W. 11 MILE RD.

1111:1211

HOURS: CZ

Monday-Friday 10-5
Herbert Brudner was and finance committee.
Saturday 10-4
Elected with Brudner
elected president of the
Windsor Jewish Commu- were: vice presidents, Ber-
Dior. Bldg., Oak Park—
nity Council at its annual nard Putterman, Mrs. Mor-
206
ton M. Bernholtz and Wil-
meeting June 30.
543-0545
Brudner is a member of liam Silver; treasurer,
the board of directors of Harold Taub; and secretary,
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim, Richard Rosenthal.
and of the board of directors
of the Art Gallery of Wind-
*Wt. 511 14 94 661 jai tedd
sor. He is also a past presi-
dent of the Essex and Kent
District Chartered Accoun-
tants' Association. and a
member of the Estate Plan-
ning Council of Windsor.
Prior to his assuming the
,presidency of the Jewish
COMM unity Council, he was
VE 8-7008
the chairman of its budget

.4.

Saturday. Sunday — —

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

Bonds Names Women's Executive Committee

Student Honored

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Extra
Super Special
Delicious Tasty
strictly kosher

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