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October 07, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, October 7, 1977

W o me n ' s Clu b si

What's
New

(Continued from Page 31)

Dorothy Potiker and Sara
Schwartz. Diane Levine is
Plans for the November din-
president, and Reba Bloom
ner-dance will be discussed.
* * *
is 'chairman of the board.
Donor co-chairman are Bea
NORTHWEST CHILD
Feigelman, Belle Green-
RESCUE WOMEN will
baum, Rissa Winkleman
sponsor a games night 6:30
and Frieda Stollman. For
p.m. Oct. 15 at the Sans
information, call the JNF,
Souci Hall, Farmington
968020. Refreshments will
Hills. Proceeds will benefit
mentally retarded children be served.
here and in Israel. For
* * *
information, call Kaggie
BNAI MOSHE SISTER-
Glazer, chairman, 557-8911.
* * *
HOOD will meet 8 p.m.
WOMEN OF JEWISH Wednesday in the social
hall. Helen Baumhaft, pro-
NATIONAL FUND will hold
gram vice president, will
a workshop 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday in the Zionist present Part II of "The
Cultural Center, it was Book of Me." Rabbi Gerald
announced by Betty Silver- Teller, educational director
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
man, chairman, and Belle
Levin, co-chairman of the will speak. Dr. and Mrs.
JNF Women's 1977-1978 Allan (Betty) Weiner will
give a demonstration on
donor drive. A film on the
"The Joy of Cooking—
work of JNF will be shown.
Hostesses are Sara Dia- Kosher." Friends and hus-
mond, Fanny Kardener, bands are invited.

LUCITE
GIFT
ITEMS

AT

Yarn
Shop

at JNF Bond Lunch

Emil Cohen, humorist,
raconteur and vocalist at
Grossinger's Hotel and
Country Club, will be the
guest speaker at the Women
of Jewish National Fund —
Israel Bond Tribute Lunch-
eon, noon Tuesday at Cong.
Bnai Moshe.
The JNF members will
honor Mrs. Anton A.
(Helen) Rosenfeld, recipi-
ent-elect of Israel's United
Jerusalem Award, "in rec-
ognition of her dedication to
JNF, the community and
the Israel Bond program."
Luncheon chairman is
Mrs. Jules Kraft, last year's
honoree, and Mrs. Pearl
Nosan is JNF Israel Bond
chairman. For luncheon
reservations, call Israel
Bonds, 968-0200.

Tzedaka means right-
"The secret of dealing
successfully with a child is eousness. It is the closest
word for "charity" in Hebr-
not to be its parent."
-Mell Lazarus ew or Yiddish.

Karen Lehman
Weds in Winter

Women to Focus on Child Abuse

—Knitting
—Crocheting
—Needlepoint
—Rug Hooking

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations will
host a program on "What's
Happening to Our Chil-
qdren," focus-
ing on child
abuse, noon
Thursday at
Cong. Beth
Achim.
Newscaster
Jim Herring-
ton of WXYZ-
TV will mod-
Herrington erate a panel
discussion. Members of
the panel include U.S. Sen.
Donald Riegle (or a top
aide); John Cole, director of
family and children's serv-
ices of the Michigan Depart-
ment of Social Services in

New Orleans
Mall

10 & Greenfield

569-0909

M-F 9:30-4:30
Sat. 10-4

Southfield Public Schools Community Education

Presents

Humorist Featured

"A GOATS TALE"

Performed by the Piccolo Opera

with Marjorie Gordon & Cantor Harold Orbach

Oct. 9, 7:30 P.M.

at Southfield Lathrup High School
19301 W. 12 Mile Rd. Southfield

Tidal available at Music Mod (Evergreen Plaza)
Como* dna MN Surge Washington
(McKinley School) and at So door
ode. $5.00 call 354-7455 or 042-4995

Michael Gaines

is
BACK

and BOB SAKS Oldsmobile has got him
"Buy With Cofifidence"

ALL OUR

OLDSMORILES

MAVE

SAKS APPEAL

35300 GRAND RIVER FIARMINGTON HILLS

478-0500



Lansing; and Alice Belden,
director of the social serv-
ices department of Chil-
dren's Hospital of Michigan.
Corrine Oppenheim is pro-
gram chairman, and Lor-
raine Weiner is co-chair-
man. Sandy Schore is
community relations vice
president.
The public is invited. For
information, call Mrs.
Oppenheim, 545-3361.

(Engagements)

, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H.
Blau of Oak Park announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Wendy Marie
Blau, to Stuart L. Young,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Young of Farmington. A
December wedding is
planned.

Melody Musicale
Meeting Is Slated

Melody Musicale will hold
its monthly meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Florence Malach, 18219
George Washington,
Southfield.
The program will feature
ethnic dancers. Pamela
Mathers and Lucy McGinty.
who perform as "The
Desert Spirits." A Chinese
auction will follow.
The group still has open-
ings for piano accom-
panists, vocal soloists, first
and second sporanos and
altos. For information, call
Louise Lazarus, 547-0168 or
Mrs. Malach, 569-3874.

Mail Warning

The Jewish News has a
regular deadline of noon
Monday for local publicity
to appear in the issue of
Oct. 14. However, there will
be no mail delivery Mon-
day. Publicity should be
sent early or hand-delivered
to insure publication.
The same situation will
exist Monday, Oct. 24,
which is the deadline for the
issue of Oct. 28.

22101 Coolidge
1 Block So of 9 Mi

Call 548-4031

We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Free

WE WRAP FOR FREEZING

Treat your sauce mayvin
to real Italian taste... 7
Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Sauce.

Anyone who likes Italian will
love Chef Boy-ar-dee foods. So
when you want a sauce with
real Italian ta'am, reach for Chef
Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti Sauce.
Meatless. Or Mushroom. Both
styles of the Chef's sauce are a
real mechayeh. Just made for
lukshen—spaghetti, linguine,
lasagna. Egg noodles, too.
Perfect as a tangy sauce for
roasts, meat loaf, chicken, fish,
and omelets. Easy, thrifty.
Deliziosol—your Italian sauce
mayvin will agree.

On Columbus Day, we hail the old Genoan
Whose love of adventure was inspired and
genuine.
When preparing your table for meals and
you know when,
Be sure what you serve will be pleasing
to everyone.

MISS LEHMAN

Mr. Manfred Lehman of
Oak Park announces the
engagement of his daughter,
Karen, to Neal Best, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Best of
Southfield.
Miss Lehman, daughter of
the late Mrs. Rose Lehman,
is a senior at Wayne State
University, where she is
majoring in physical ther-
apy. Her fiance -also is a
senior at WSU majoring in
special education.
A December wedding is
planned.

Stick to the best. . .buy

.

You can be sure it's pure if it's kosher and for the finest in

kosher meats and poultry,SHOP AT YOUR INDEPEN-
DENT MEMBER MARKET OF THE DETROIT AREA
RETAIL KOSHER MEAT DEALERS ASSOC. LOOK
FOR THIS EMBLEM. IT'S YOUR ASSURANCE OF
THE FINEST IN KOSHER PRODUCT'S.

Starting Sun.,

Oct. 9th thru Thurs., Oct. 13th

MIDDLE CHUCK ROAST.$1.19 lb.
BEEF STEW.....a....„„„„.. $1.79 lb.

.13- ERNARDS KOSHER MEATS

Bernard Rayber--13925 W. 9 Mile
398-3180

LOUIS COHEN & SON

and PASADENA KOSHER MEATS

24721 Coolidge
frillan•A2CohEn - &- Joe FelsTein
OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge Hwy.
Jack Cohen—Oak Park 48237
LI 7-4121

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No. 1

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Oak Park 48237—LI 8-6800

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

32390 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills, 855-1020
Ben Smith .Don Barden

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No.

19835 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.-557-7677

Feldman Brothers

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack' Miller
Oak Park 48237-967-390 7

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
John Katz, Dave Krasman
Southfield 48076-356-5110

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jack Attis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450

Lincoln Center Oak Park

Under the supervision of the Council of . Orthodox Rabbis

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