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July 16, 1976 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-16

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THE HIM JEWISH NEWS

Dan Yessian Assoc. Presents

BANDS! BANDS! BANDS!

• The Sunshine Band
• The Dan Yessian
Arrangement
• The Holden Caufield
Group

Specialists in Bar Mitzvas,
Weddings, Banquets

478-3737

Jeans 'N' Things

CAMPING NEEDS

Everything Discounted

Sleeping Bags
Duffel Bags
Ditty Bags
Back Packs
Laundry Bags
Mussette Bags
Knap Sacks
Yucca Bags
Canteen
Scout Knives
Mess Kits
Stuff Bags

Painters Pants
Ponchos
Rain Suits
Tube Socks
Underwear
Hood Sweat Shirts
Blue Jeans
T-Shirts
Straps
Compass
Bandanas

241 W. 9 Mile

Ferndale

544-1144

across from F & M

Israel's Less Affluent to Receive
Mizrachi Holy Day Food Packages

A semi-annual service
provided by Mizrachi Ha-
poel Hamizrachi for the less
affluent in Israel again will
be assured this year, accord-
ing to Zvi Tomkiewicz, exec-
utive director of the reli-
gious Zionist movement in
Detroit.
Mizrachi supervises the
distribution of food pack-
ages for thousands of needy
families in Israel as Moos
Hitim on Passover. The
same procedure is followed
with gift packages for the
High Holy Days.
To assure the sending of
these provisions, Mizrachi
again appeals for contribu-
tions of $15 or more for such
food packages for the High
Holy Days. These packages
are packed and properly
arranged with basic necessi-
ties through the Super Sol
markets.
Tomkiewicz's appeal for
the High Holy Day gift
packages issued this week
states:
"The heroic and miracu-
lous happenings of the last
few weeks in Israel has
united our people the world
over in a bond of admiration
with our brethren in the
Jewish state. With these
feelings in mind, I am ap-
pealing to you for your tra-
ditional help to them at this
time.
"For the last 20 years,
before the High Holidays,
the Mizrachi organization

1ST TIME IN DETROIT
KOSHER MEAT HISTORY!!

JWV

A MID-SUMMER KOSHER

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will hold their an-

STEAK SALE

Fully Aged for Tenderness — Well Trimmed Rib &
Delmonico Steaks at unbelievably low prices.

ONE WEEK ONLY

Absolutely no sales to dealers

DEXTER DAUISON
KOSHER MEAT No. 2

19835 W. 12 Mile Road
12 Mile & Evergreen

557-7677






41.111111111111111111111111111111111.1,1W

French Shriner
Freeman
Wm. Joyce
Volara

nual picnic 10 a.m. Sunday
at the Oak Park Major Park,
Area 4. Sweet corn and wa-
termelon will be provided,
and games will be played.
Friends are welcome. The
post and auxiliary will meet
9 p.m: Tuesday. Plans for
the coming year will be dis-
cussed by newly elected
President Reva Dryman and
Commander Harry Fried-
man.

* *

LT. ROY F. GREEN
POST and AUXILIARY

will hold their annual steak
roast 7 p.m. Thursday at the
JWV memorial home. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Commander
Jerry Fine, 548-0553. There
is a charge.







Verde
Hush Puppy
Pierre Cardin
Imports
and others

1/3 to 1/2 OFF

Mr.ALANS ENS 8001117

NEW ORLEANS MALL at 10 MILE & GREENFIELD

Mon., Thurs., Fri. --9:30 -8:30

Tues., Wed., Sat —9:30 -6:00

THANK YOU ALAN & BRIAN

has provided help in the
form of food certificates to
over 1,000 needy families in
Israel.
"You are aware of the
economic situation in Eretz
Yisrael, and we appeal to
you to support this great
and holy cause. Through
the Super Sol Supermarket
in Israel, we provide these
food certificates for $15 and
up. Please send in for as
many certificates as your
heart dictates.
"Let us remember the
needy when we think of the
Holidays which are ap-
proaching. Please answer
this call generously and
immediately. May the Al-
mighty grant our people and
our homeland a year of
peace and abundance."

U.S. Subsidiary
in Israel Expands

NEW YORK — Mennen-
Greatbatch, Inc„ one of the
world's leading manufactur-
ers of medical electronic
equipment, is nearing com-
pletion of a major expansion
effort by its wholly owned
subsidiary M. G. Electron-
ics, Ltd., Rehovot, Israel, it
was announced by Herbert
Nemmen, president of the
New York-based Mennen-
Greatbatch Electronics, Inc.
Among the equipment
and services the company
provides are a planning
service for complete hospital
installation, patient-moni-
toring equipment for per-
sons in hospitals, in inten-
sive care or in coronary
units, and computerized
monitoring systems.

New Yorker Cited
for Service to BJE

NEW YORK — Abraham
Krumbein of Manhattan
was honored "for his out-
standing contributions to
Jewish education" by the
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York at its
annual meeting.
Krumbein is honorary
vice president of BJE, hav-
ing served on its board of di-
rectors and boards of its
predecessor organizations,
the Jewish Education Com-
mittee and the Bureau of
Jewish Education, since
1911. He is the founder of
the Abraham and Sarah
Krumbein Book Fund.

Summer Camp for
Married Women

' NEW YORK — Pioneer
Women—Moetzet Hapoalot
will sponsor a summer rest
camp for 6,000 married
women from low-income
areas in Israel to give them
a respite from the pressures
of raising a family and daily
routines.
In addition to the rest,
recreation and meals, the
women will receive counsell-
ing advice from experts in
the fields of child care and
home economics.
The program is conducted
with the cooperation of the
government's Democraphic
Institute.

MACK PITT

and

His Orchestra

For information, or to
send contributions, write
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizra-
chi, 23125 Coolidge, Oak
Park, or call the office,
398-7180.

358-3642

NO

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Norman Allan To.

Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-7:00

17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 •

Tues.. Wed. & Fri. 9:30-6:00
Sat. 10-5:30

LENNON

FOR

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

DEMOCRAT

69th DISTRICT

We join Joe Forbes in
our support of

BERNIE LENNON

for State Representative

Daniel Cooper
David H. Shepherd
Charlotte Rothstein
Annetta Miller
Vern & Shirley Leopold
Robert & Marsha Rosenblum
Irving Rosen
Irwin & Fern Cohen
Sheldon Larky
Benson Leet
Fae K. Weiss
Judith Weisman
Nancy Lorber
Alan C. Feuer
Nick Budaj
Marvin Novick
Bernie Schwartz
Bert Gordon
Bernie Labowitch
Ron & Carol Rocheleau
Don Flavin
- Don & Rita Heath
Barry Levine
Matthew Calderwood
James Golden
Don & Shelly Jones

Paid for by the Lennon for State Representative
Committee — Bernard Winograd Treasurer

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