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February 01, 1980 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-01

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38 Friday, February 1, 1980



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Boy Scouts
Seek Sponsors -e r

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

The Detroit Area Council
of the Boy Scouts of America
is seeking Jewish organiza-
tions to sponsor cub scout
packs (age 8-10) or boy scout
troops (age 11-13).
For information, call the
Detroit Area Council, 897-
1965, ext. 277.

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092

TURKEY LEGS

$69c lb.

TURKEY WINGS
FROZEN CHICKEN ROASTERS

$59`1b.
$99`lb

BAR B Q CHICKEN
RIB STEAK

In activity we must find
our joy as well as glory; and
labor, like everything else
that is good, is its own re-
ward.

$98`1b.
$2.391b.

WEEKLONG SAVINGS WITH

COUPON AND HALF

ON ALL MANUFACTURERS COUPONS

REGULAR, UNSALTED

ASSORTED VARIETIES
MANISCHEWITZ

or DIET

Soup Mixes

Manischewitz Matzo

io_oz. 5

PKG.

6-OZ. $1 SAVE
CELLO
18c
PKGS.
ON 3

9tSAVE
16c

GOODMAN'S

FEINBERG SALAMI

Pretzels

7-OZ.
PKG.

29t

1 LB. PKG.

2 LB. PKG.

2 18

4 35

SAVE
71c

SAVE
20c

SAVE
1.63

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:

• TELEGRAPH/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
• SOUTHFIELD/13 MILE IN BEVERLY HILLS
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
• TELEGRAPH/15 MILE RD. IN BIRMINGHAM
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD

MOST STORES OPEN
8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

PRICES AND ITEMS EFFECTIVE THRU FEB. 7. 1980. NO SALES TO DE4LERS.

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MARKET

'A Unique Shopping Experience - A Cut Above the Rest!"

26020 W. 12 MILE RD.

Southfield

(East of Northwestern)

19C

Sunday 11-8

California

CUCUMBERS

RED GRAPES
c
why lb.

7

ea.

Jumbo Grade A

Bil-Mar

EGGS

TURKEY HAM

79C doz.

PORT WINE
CHEESE
$26 91b.



$ 299 1b.

Hoffman's

HARD SALAMI

$21 9

We Reserve the right to limit quantities

lb.
1b.

Jody Wiener Named Head
of the Crescent Shrine Club

Jody Wiener was elected
president of the Crescent
Shrine Club at its annual
election meeting at Hamil-
ton Place.
Other officers are: Robert
Harris and Max Kushner,
vice presidents; Norman
Kleinman and Morton Be-
chek, secretaries; and
Henry Leaderman, trea-
surer.
Elected to the board of
governors were: Sidney
• • •

SHALOM
ADAT
MEN'S CLUB will host a
continental breakfast 11
a.m. Sunday in the social
hall. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Yosef Green,
spiritual leader of the
Jerusalem Synagogue. He
will speak on "The Conser-
vative Movement in Israel."
The public is invited.

JODY WIENER
Benjamin,
Frank
Blazofsky,
Martin
Bodansky, Albert Cohen,
Albert Goldstein, Lester
Greenspan, Max Katz,
Daniel Natow, John
Nussbaum and Ben
Sussman.

•• •

Men's Clubs Meet Thursday
for Dinner at Bnai Moshe

The Intercongregational
Men's Club dinner for
members of Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform
brotherhoods will be held
7:15 p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Cocktails will
be served at 6:30.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Yakov Rosenberg, vice
chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary. Dr.
Rosenberg will speak on
"Joint Challenge Facing All
Three Wings of American
Jewry."
Rabbi Rosenberg is vice
chancellor for development
at the seminary. Previously
he was rabbi of Cong. Adath
Jehurun in Elkins Park,
Pa., for 18 years. His other
pulpits included Beth David
Congregation and Temple
Beth Zion in Philadelphia.

Rabbi Rosenberg was

an official of the Dela-
ware Valley Council of

the American JeWish
Congress and has served
as national chairman of
the AJCongress' com-
mission of Jewish affairs.
He is a member of the
rabbinic cabinet of Israel
Bonds. He was the
Jewish Theological Sem-
inary chairman of the
chancellor's rabbinic
council in seminary de-
velopment.
Rabbi Rosenberg was
graduated from Johns Hop-
kins University in Balti-
more and the Baltimore
Hebrew College.

There is a charge. For re-
servatoins, call David
Schwartz, 358-1836.

Heart Disease Is a Growing
Problem for Jews in Israel

354-2666

Monday Thru Saturday 9-11

St. Louis Miss
to Wed Detroiter

Men's Clubs

PRIME MEATS

VISIT OUR FRESH
PRODUCE DEPT.
FOR EVERYDAY SPECIALS

COMPLETE
DELICATESSEN COUNTER

FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
AND STOUFFER'S
FROZEN FOODS

HOT & COLD SANDWICHES
MADE DAILY TO GO

WEEKLY SPECIALS
ON WINES

CASE & KEG
BEER SALE

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
incidgnce of death among
the Jewish population in Is-
rael from heart disease is
growing faster than any
other cause, according to
data from the Central
Bureau of Statistics.

The death rate per
100,000 from heart disease
was 102.2 in the 1950-1954
period, but it more than
doubled to 210.7 in the
1975-1977 period.
During the same com-
parative period, the death
rate per 100,000 from all
types of cancer grew from 86
to 138.8. The third ranking
killer was stroke, which
rose from 63.5 per 100,000
in the 1950-1954 period to
96.7 in the 1975-1977
period.
Although deaths from
these diseases are increas-
ing among the non-Jewish
population, they still re-
main much lower than
among the Jewish popula-
tion.

In 1977, the death rate for
heart disease among the
non-Jewish population was
89.6 per 100,000, 46.1 for
cancer and 42.9 for strokes.

D.C. Orchestra

Names President

WASHINGTON — Mar-

tin Feinstein, who left the
John F. Kennedy Center for
the Performing Arts last
fall, has been named
president and chief operat-
ing officer of the National
Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Feinstein was execu-
tive director of the Kennedy
Center for eight years.

Ex-Volunteers
to VISTA Sought

The Social Security Ad-
ministration may have jobs
available for former VISTA
or Peace Corps volunteers
who have recently com-
pleted tours of duty.
For information, call the
Michigan Social Security
office, 334-2130.

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MISS EICHLER
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
Eichler of St. Louis, Mo.,
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marilyn
Elise, to Jay Alan Nathan-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Nathanson of Oak
Park.
Miss Eichler earned a BA
degree from Washington
University and a JD degree
from the Washington Uni-
versity Law School. Her
fiance earned a BA degree
from the University of
Michigan and a JD degree
from the University of
Miami, Fla., Law School.
A spring wedding is
planned.

%HMV

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet

8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Hospital
Chairman Diana Joffe has
arranged for a chapel hour
for the patients at the Allen
Park Veterans Hospital to
be held Sunday after reli-
gious services. Refresh-
ments will be served. Per-
sons wishing to volunteer
should call Mrs. Joffe, 968-
3253. Child Welfare
Chairman Jean Friedman
is seeking volunteers to
service the children at the
Oakland County Children's
Home in Pontiac. Gifts will
be distributed, games
played and refreshments
served. To volunteer, call
Mrs. Friedman, 557-1483.

Business
Briefs

James H. Wineman,
president of Wineman In-
vestment Co. of Detroit, was
elected to a one-year term as
chairman of the Automobile
Club of Michigan.

City of Hope
Unit to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Hunters'
Ridge Apts. club house.

Nate Light, chairman of
the 14th annual night of
games fund raiser, will ap-
point committees for the af-
fair. Mr. and Mrs. Art Mevis
will host the social hour.

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