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May 25, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, May 25, 1919

The life expectancy in Is-
rael is 71.7 years, one of the
highest in the world.

Israeli vocalist Ruthi
Navon will entertain at the
Metropolitan Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah's annual in-
stallation luncheon noon
June 5 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

RALPH
YAMRON'S
Orchestra

Mu sic 1F, i) r .

Israeli Vocalist to Perform
Women's League to Install
at Hadassah Installation Lunch Anita Baar as President

Occasio ns

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
BRUST DECKEL
$ 2.09 lb.

WE HAVE FRESH EMPIRE CHICKEN

RUTIII NAVON

$2.49 lb.
$ 1.98 lb.
$ 3.98 lb.

WHOLE BRISKETS
END OF SHOULDER ROAST
1st CUT CORNED BEEF
PEPPER BEEF
RIB ROAST, 1st CUT

Goldie Adler will install
the following:
Meskin,
Annette
president; Janet Pont, Be-
verly Friedman, Marjorie
Saulson and Joan Privizer,
vice president coordinators;
Doris August, Sue Kauf-
man, Diane Klein, Peggy
Shafir, Dodie Schlesinger
and Edith Stone, area vice
presidents; Muggy Fox,
treasurer; and Faye
Schnaar, Lily Gottfurcht
and Marilyn Ash,
secretaries.
Rose Berman is chair-
man of the day. Helping
with arrangements are:
Diane Klein, Virginia
Hoffman, Dorothy Green,
Linda Newman, Judy
Coleman, Harriet Col-
man, Agnes Klein, Har-
riet Salzberg, Phyllis
Subar, Barbara Robin-
son, Marion Wolock, Lil
Mussaf, Lil Friedman,
Sedelle Hessler, Lil
Sarver, Nori Geffen and
Alice Stein.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Hadassah
House, 357-2920.

$3.49 lb.

$ 2.29 lb.

Treat your ravioli mayvin
to real Italian taste...
Chef Boy-ar-dei Cheese Ravioli in Sauce.

Anyone who likes Italian will love
Chef Boy-ar-dee'= foods. And
anyone who likes cheese
kreplach will love the Chef's
Cheese Ravioli. Bite-size
macaroni pies, plump with good
Italian cheese, in tomato sauce
seasoned the Italian way. A
meatless mechayeh! Thrifty, too.
For a delicious dairy meal—hot
lunch or a nosh— invite the Chef
and serve Italian. All you do is
heat 'n' eat. Delizioso.

Dim' O ND



The

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Plus Dela-

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HEALTH, MACARONI OR POTATO SALAD

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(East of Northwestern)

We reserve the right
to limit quantities

n'Lster charge

FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
AND STOUFFER'S
FROZEN FOODS

HOT & COLD SANDWICHES
MADE DAILY TO GO

WEEKLY SPECIALS
ON WINES

Anita "Honey" Baar will
be installed as president of
the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations at
its 52nd annual installation
of officers to be held noon
Thursday at Cong. Bnai
David.
Mrs. Baar is past
president of Oakwoods
Chapter, Bnai Brith, and
was twice president of De-
troit 41, United Order True
Sisters, Inc., of which she is
currently national trustee
serving on the - national
executive board. She is
chairman-vice president of
Cooperative Council and
was vice president of the
league in 1977-1978 and
1978-1979.
complimentary
A
luncheon will be served.
Advance reservations
must be made by calling
Beverly Hacker, 353-
5148, or Sandy Schore,
352-2115. Program Vice
President Margot Klein
announces the program
will be presented by the

The

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit.
Other officers to be in-
stalled by installing officer
Hannah Linden are: Vice
presidents, Beverly Can-
vasser, Nettie Deutch,
Marilyn Schakne, Sandy
Schore, and Lorraine
Weiner; treasurer, Adell
Ozrovitz; secretaries, Dena
Fishman, Delores
Greenspan, Dorothy Cohen,
Corrine Oppenheim, and
Dorothy Cole; historian,
Rose Schwartz; parliamen-
tarian, Margot Klein; ad-
viser, Esther Rosenblum.

Vatie'a

SHE. ROTT

ORCHESTRA
'ee

riaturing

T.V. & Recording Artist.

VICKIE
CARROLL
"Professional Entertainment"

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We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Free

WE GI RAP FOR FREEZING

Here we are, on the threashold of Shavuos!
On a peaceful Mount Sinai there are whispers
of a Great Revelation that took place eons ago.

Laurie Young
to Marry in Fall

Celebrate in style! Honor your family along with
the Torah! Serve them the finest in Kosher dairies

COTTAGE CHEESE • SOUR CREAM • BUTTERMILK
CHOCOLATE MILK • HALF-N-HALF • LOW FAT MILK

ALL STRICTLY KOSHER
under Michigan Kashruth Council supervision
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

MISS YOUNG
Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Young of Bloomfield Hills
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Laurie C.,
to Roger P. Welshans, son of
Mrs. Berneata Welshans of
Bradenton, Fla., and the
late Mr. Vernon Welshans.
Miss Young was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan Residential
College, with degrees in
comparative literature and
journalism. Her fiance was
graduated from Michigan
State University, where he
earned a degree in jour-
nalism. He earned a mas-
ter's degree in journalism
from Central Michigan
University.
A September wedding is
planned.

WJC Europe
Unit Gathers

LONDON (JTA) —
Anti-Semitism in Europe,
Iranian Jewry and the sta-
tute of limitations on Nazi
crimes in Germany were
discussed in Copenhagen
recently by the European
branch of the World Jewish
Congress.
Leaders of 21 com-
munities from East and
West Europe participated,
including, for the first time
in many years, a represen-
tative from Bulgaria.

I

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SHOPPE

A

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Universal City (12 Mile & Dequinder)
Fairlane
Mike's Fruit Market (12 Mile & Southfield)

Special

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REG. $2.29

SPECIAL $49

Our Bread is Hand Made by bakery
craftsmen with no preservatives or
chemicals added.

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