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June 22, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, June 22, 1919

Tzalmon Project for the Galilee

NEW YORK — Pioneer
Women, in association with
the ,Jewish National Fund
of America, recently inau-
gurated "Tzalmon," a
three-year reclamation
project in the Galilee.

The project will involve
the building of a connecting
road between the village of
Tzalmon and the main road
(Akko-Safed) and the crea-
tion of new gardens and
parks.

Chef Boy-ar-dee"
Cheese Ravioli
in Sauce:

Cheese

Ravioli

Kreplach
Italiano

IN SAUCE

I

Marriages

Robin Lyn Colbert and
Michael Bender were
married in a recent cere-
mony at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel. Rabbi M.
Robert Syme of Temple Is-
rael officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Colbert of
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Jaime Bender of Hol-
lywood Hills, Fla. Maid of
honor was Phyllis Klaper.
Bridesmaids were Vivan
Bender, sister of the brideg-
room, and Ethel Parkes.
Terry Guthrie was best

man. Edward Colbert was
the usher. Sheri Feldman
was the flower girl. Follow-
ing a honeymoon cruise, the
couple will reside in North
Miami Beach, Fla.
* * *
Marie
Jacqueline
LoDisio and Gerald Bid-
lofsky were married in a
recent ceremony at the
Birmingham Temple. The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis LoDisio of
Dearborn. Parents • of the
bridegraom are Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Bidlofsky of
Southfield.

Dr. Schiff to Address
Akiva Commencement

Today, serve Chef Boy-ar-dee' Cheese Ravioli for a
great-tasting meal. Your family will really love this ver-
sion of kreplach made with cheese and tomato sauce
seasoned the Chef's special way.
Cheese Ravioli in Sauce from Chef Boy-ar-dee' For a
'delicious hot meal with cheese.

Dr. Alvin I. Schiff, execu-
tive vice president of the
Board of Jewish Education
of New York, will address
the sixth commencement
exercises of Akiva Hebrew

SAM & SONS FRUIT MARKET

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020
Orchard Lake Rd. Hours 13905 W. 9 Mile Rd. 399-9699
Daily 9-8
We carry a full line of Deli items
Sunday 8-6

W M *

Best Kosher

Sinai Kosher

2

3 1

for

lb. pkg. -

I

1 or 2 lb. size

Sweet

MUENSTER BING
CHEESE CHERRIES
$159 lb. .,_ 79c
b.

ROMAIN

LETTUCE

29c

1_

DR. ALVIN SCHIFF

Day School's high school 8
p.m. Tuesday.. at the main
-United Hebrew Schools

building.

Graduating are: Elyse
Adler, Michael Eisenberg,
Debra Engle, Mira Goldner,
Reva Green, Frada Kelman,
Daniel Koenigsberg, Uriel
Levi, Cheryl Lowenberg,
Grant Mitchell, Anita Sin-
gal, Margaret Sperber and
Nehemya Stollman.
The community is in-
vited.

Debra Calfin
to Wed in Winter

)

Pitcher Pack

liodOlies.
at-F.6w

...

HOMOGEHLIEP

-_

V ITAMIll D-
MILK -----=

Milk

Homo

$ 1

49

gal

low Fat

✓ ..

lielithes

Siretedi

d.,1.1

VITAMIR A t D:

$1 29

I

gal.

Low
FAT
HULK

1/2 % MILKFAT

POTATO . or SALAD
BAR B Q 99C
1 1. COLE SLAW 3916.
CHICKEN

Dean ready cooked

Specials good thru 7/1

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, F4A,


Irving I. Katz, executive secretary of Temple Beth
El who died June 2, was in Israel in Mar to dedica
grove of 1,000 trees planted under the auspices of th
Jewish National Fund. The grove was a projec
undertaken by the temple at his insistence. The late
Mr. Katz, an ordained rabbi, was honored by tk
Council of Synagogue and Temple Directors "for 5
years of service to the community, religious and sec
lar" by inscribing him in the Golden Book.

September Negotiations Set
on Demands of Polish Jewr

lb.

AVAILABLE AT ORCHARD LAKE STORE ONLY

- )

In tribute to long-time congregation members,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Freda) Fleischman, seated, r
cipients of the State of Israel Lion of Judah Peat
Award, more than $1,600,000 in Israel Bonds sal
were realized at the recent Cong. Shaarey- Zedek an-
nual Israel Bond Tribute Dinner. Shown at the dinn*
are Mr. and Mrs. Fleischman, and standing, from left
Mickey Freeman, guest speaker; Irving Laker, dinn
chairman; Leonard Baron, congregation president
Rabbi Irwin. Groner; and David B. Hermelin, gene
chairman, Metro Detroit State of Israel Bonds and
dinner general chairman.

Katz Achievement: Dedicatt
of Beth El Grove in Israel

Oak Park Hours
Daily 7-6
Sunday 6-5

DANNON
SALAMI or HOT DOGS or YOGURT
DINNER
BOLOGNA
35c ea.
FRANKS
$29
$
lb.
$ 1 99

Fleischman Bond Dinner
Nets $1,600,000 in Sales

MISS CALFIN

Mrs. Jeanette Calfin of
Southfield announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Debra Ellen, to David
Himelhoch, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Himelhoch of
Flint.
Miss Calfin and her
fiance were graduated from
Michigan State University.
A November wedding is
planned.

Project Renewal will im-
prove the lives of people in
160 distressed neighbor-
hoods in Israel.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — synagogues, schools, or
Negotiations will begin in
September between the munal institutions confis
cated by the
autho
• • corn
World Federation of Polish phanages
and
other
Poland is also bei
Jews and the Polish
authorities over a series of to pay pensions an an
demands presented to the nuities to Polish Jew
Warsaw government by entitled to them who are fly
Jews of Polish origin resid- ing abroad.
ing outside that country.
has Ghali at Vatican
federation
The
authorized the World
- ROME — Foreign Minis-
Jewish Congress to handle ter Boutros Ghali of Egyp
the negotiations. met with Pope John Paul II
the Vatican the
Tuesday
They will deal with such at discussed
curre an
issues as the transfer to Is-
Israeli-Egyptian
peac
rael of documents, religious
negotiations.
-
objects and various books According to Egyptia
now in Poland that are re-
sources, Ghali told the Po
quired for research and that United Nations resolu-
study purposes. tions required Israel to
Polish Jews, in addition, turn the Arab section o
demand payment in com- Jerusalem to the Arabs re
eventua
pensation for Jewish public gardless
status of of
the the
entire
city.
as
such
property

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