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August 01, 1969 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-01

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Mrs. Leslie Bloom Lead s Torch Drive Section

ders' Society of the Detroit Insti-
1 tote of Arts, Project HOPE,
I Music Study Club and the Nation.
at Council of Jewish Women.
She and her attorney husband
have a son, Dr. Stuart L. Bloom,
and a daughter. Phyllis J.
This year's United Foundation
campaign will underwrite operating
costs of nearly 200 health and com-
munity services in Wayne. Oakland
and Macomb Counties. Annually,
the residential campaign brings in
more than $1,000,000 of the drive
total and provides every household
An alumna of the University of in the three-county area with infor-
Michigan, Mrs. Bloom is active
mation about the OF and its serv-
in the Women's Qty Club, Fonn- ices.

Mrs. Leslie D. Bloom of Shrews-
bury Rd. has been appointed to a
top-level leadership post for the
"Thanks a Million" house-to-house
canvass planned during the 21st
annual Torch Drive this fall.
She will serve as a section chair-
man for the west residential unit
which includes all of Wayne County
west of Woodward.
Her appointment was announced
by Mrs. Harold J. Schachern of
Vaughan Ave., chairman of the
west unit.

SHERRI'S

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WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR YOUR BAR-B-Q
IN FRESH AND FROZEN MEATS! TRY SOME
HAMBURGER PATTIES IN THE THRIFTY 3 LB.
PACKAGE.

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21780 W. 11 MILE, 8OUTHFIELD

Located in the Harvard Row Mall

WE DELIVER • EL 6-5110-1

Dealers Association

Member Detroit
Kosher Meat

John Katz, Irving Zaks, Sid Mirves, Proprietors

UNDER THE BRIGHT ORANGE ROOF at GREENFIELD and Li MILE ROADS

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES !

CHASE & SANBORN

PILLAR ROCK

COFFEE

Chunk, Light

All Grinds

69

1-lb.
Can

3

SUPER SPECIAL!

01/2 oz.85C

TETLEY
TEA BAGS

Beet, Schav,
Diet Beet
Your Choice

85`

100-count
Box

EXTRA SPECIAL!

EASY
MONDAY

Liquid Detergent for
Dishes i Fine Fabrics

SPECIAL LABEL

ROKEACH
BORSCHT

3 jars115c

TUNA

Vs-gal 49c

Plastic

Jug

EXTRA SPECIAL!

WISHBONE
DRESSING

Italian, Deluxe
French, Russian

la - oz. 49`

Btl.

DEXTER D?";1SON
MARKETS

SUPER SPECIAL!

KEEBLER
TOWNHOUSE
CRACKERS

BORDEN'S
Rick

SOUR
CREAM

ORANGE
JUICE

.

63`

Jug

Pint

Carton

39`

BIRDSEYE

TOMATO
SOUP

CREAMED
SPINACH

3 up„.... 29` 4

Cans

$10 0

10-oz.
Pkgs.

RICH'S
COFFEE
RICH

Qt.
Carton

1-pt.
Carton

Right to Limit
Quantity

HART BRAND

Reg. or Lo-Cal

BARTLETT
PEARS

HAWAIIAN
PUNCH

Halves

,i ;z. 75c 311.-t. 89`

Cans

cans

19`

SPECIAL SALE!

SPRY

38`

69`

SOUTHLAND
Dry Pack

(UT
RHUBARB

1,4..b.
Bag

37`

Contains no Sugar
or Syrup

SARA LEE

CINNAMON
ROLLS

Cream Style or
Whole Kernel

6

1.1b.
1-oz.
Cans 99 C

SUPER SPECIAL!

HEINZ

KAISER WRAP
Quilted

Qtr.

39`

MRS. PAUL'S
Golden

ONION
RINGS

1-lb.
Pkg.

-oz.
Pkg.

LIBBY'S

GOLDEN
CORN

SUPER SPECIAL!

KOSHER
DILL
PICKLES

Pure Vegetable
Shortening

2-lb.
10-oz.
Can

NABISCO

6 FLAVORED
BARS

VANILLA
WAFERS

POP-ICE

19 `11kg"

12.oz.
Box

3 5c

Super Sepcial!

Extra

Green, Tender

JUICY
PEACHES

CALIFORNIA

65`

ALUMINUM
FOIL

2 las. 35`

FROSTY ACRES

PEAS or
PEAS &
CARROTS

Pkg. 15`

10-oz.

PASCAL

29

` stalk

25c lb.

STRICTLY KOSHER TRAY SERVICE
JO 6-4640
KOSHER
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
Delicious

You'll Also Be Delighted With
Our Very, Very Best

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LODI

Eating

or Cooking

APPLES

CALIFORNIA

CARROTS

Large Size

3 ibs. 49`

213 un gc el; es

35

•Produce Specials Good Friday, Saruraay, Sunday

FOR YOUR SPECIAL PARTIES OR OTHER EVENTS . . . TRY OUR

rreYe or Meat
Fo?Fli

Sweet

New

Sweet

Giant 18 Size

1. Have all fat skimmed off the soup.
Soften the gelatine in one-quarter
cup cold water. Add to soup and heat
for five minutes till all gelatine dis-
solves in the soup.
2. Measure half a cup of the soup and
pour it into a 6-cup mold to cover the
1 mold's bottom. Chill till almost set.
Chill separately the rest of the soup.
3. In the meantime prepare the cup of
cubed chicken meat, slice the eggs.
and cut the pimento into strips and
the olives Into pieces.
,
4. When the soup in bottom of mold is
almost set, arrange a nice pattern out
of the pimento, olives, parsley and
several slices of egg.
5 When the rest of the soup is partially
set. add to it the cold cubes of chick-
en meat and the remaining egg slices.
Pour into the mold. Chill for at least
four hours.
6. Before serving, unmold by dipping
the mold into hot water for 10 sec-
onds, then run a knife along the edge
and invert the mold of a serving plat.
ter. Garnish with more olives, pimen-
to and parsley around the mold.

We Reserve

Produce Specials

"Treat the Kiddies"

4 cups strong chicken soup
1 cup cubed cooked chicken meat
2 hard boiled eggs
2 Tbs. unflavored gelatine
For decorating, parsley, pimento,
ripe olives

DISCOUNT DRUGS

1-z 39`

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

HEINZ

JELLED CHICKEN SOUP
Chicken soup is considered to be
the Jewish mother's secret weapon.
But since summer is too warm for
hot soup, try serving it cold. You
can make a strong soup out of a
chicken, some bones, and many
vegetables. Then add gelatine and
chicken meat. Decorate it lavishly
and serve with potato salad. Good
old chicken soup will turn into an
elegant aspic for a summer buffet.

DARING

DAIRY SPECIALS

BORDEN'S
Pyre

By RUTH SIRKIS
Inc.)

(Copyright 1969, JTA,

KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY, Inc.

ORIGINATORS OF THE HARVARD ROAST!

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Jewish Meals

HARVARD ROW

Elegance and high fashion in women's apparel.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 1, 1969-23

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

The finest and largest selection in the area. We clean,
bone, skin and grind all fish free of charge. For

special service call

JO 6-4640

OCIAJIPCIW

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HEAD &
SHOULDERS
SHAMPOO

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Tube
Reg. $1.65

411C

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Limit 1 — Expires Aug 7



COUPON

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GLEEM
TOOTHPASTE

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5-oz.

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Reg. 89c

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Limit 1 — Expires Aug. 7

DARING

DISCOUNT DRUGS

Next Door to
DEXTER DAVISON MARKET

Coolidge at 10 Mile

Lower Than Discount
on Prescriptions!

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