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February 06, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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Radomer Buffet Dinner

Parent-Child Ties Is Subj eet of Series at Shaarey Zedek

Radomer Aid Society will hold
The Shaarey Zedek youth depart-
a pre-jubilee buffet dinner 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle ment announces that Sonya Kiel
Center. Morris Greenberg and Sol Friedman, psychologist, will speak
Ager are chairmen of the evening. at the opening session of a series
of programs on parent-child rela-
tionships, 8:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in the
Nobody Knows . . .
synagogue.
Discussion of "The Middle Class
American Scene" will cover the
effect of the absent father and the
increased role of the mother on to-
L I 3.4700
day's child.

HIDDEN
RAVINES

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

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• Dubb's Country Kitchen
• Sherri's
Efros Drug Company
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Bud Rollins Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shop
• Bab's Hair Fashions
R g o sh yea Srh bo ee , S s h e r o vp i c e

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• Room At The Bottom

KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY, Inc.

ORIGINATORS OF THE HARVARD ROAST!

FEATURING CHOICE AND PRIME CUTS OF BEEF.
ALL MEAT CUT AND WRAPPED
TO YOUR SATISFACTION

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Located in the Harvard Row Mall

FREE DELIVERY • EL 6-5110-1

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Sid Mirves, John Katz, Irving Zoks, Proprietors

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES'

COFFEE

Vacuum-Packed

tir Z

strictly ",

CORNED BEEF

2

99c lb.

lb.
can

$129

BONITO
FILLETS

3.. .... 89,

DRESSINGS

CONVERTED
RICE

Italian,
Russian,
French
Your Choice

67 ,

WHITE FISH

73c lb.

2

fillet all fish FREE
of charge

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BEETS



22C

LITE LINE
MILK

1

/2-gaL
lug

53 ,

1h-gal.
carton

77

Frulfcrest-
Vitamin C (Enriched)
Unsweetened

3 qt- $ 11'

15-oc.

KING
CRAB. MEAT

cup

s.o
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3 9c

510,,....99c

All Varieties

cans

Imported from
Denmark

Kosher - Parve

SAMSOE
CHEESE

Unsalted (Sweet)

DO FO

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

Jewish M

BY RUTH SIRKIS

FRENCH FRIED
ONIONS

31 z.
can

(Danish Swiss)

MARGARINE

25`

Kleenex

FACIAL
TISSUE

White or Pastel

Pxg

Hunt's
Yellow Cling

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PEACHES




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Super Special
U.S. No. 1

Russet or D'Anjo

PEARS

1m: 25c Li 2, r, lb.

Sliced or Halves

*

Va cup sugar
th tsp, salt
cup soft butter

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

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Seabrook
Farms

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Birdseye

COOL
WHIP

CHOPPED
ONIONS
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vic

Checkerboard
Farms

CORNISH
HENS

4C
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Grade A

Cartons

Ripe
Extra Fancy

Sugar-Sweet

FANCY
CARROTS

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STRAW-
BERRIES

U.S. No. 1

FANCY
POTATOES

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59c quart 1011)&59- , a

NONARINNI •Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday IN li •• UM

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

KOSHER BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

You'll Also Be Delighted With
Our Very, Very Best Delicious
TRICTLY KOSHER TRAY SERVICE

Dairy or Meat Trays,
For Free Delivery Call . ..

JO 6-4640

A YEAST CAKE

There are times when you feel
like making a whole production out
of a cake, with frosting, decorating
and the works. Other times, you
are in the mood for a good, simple
yeast cake—the cake that you can
enjoy at breakfast instead of
bread, or serve with coffee with-
ou much formality.
If you are in the "yeast cake
mood"—here is a recipe for it. Our
cake is light and has a nice and
even t ex t u r e. It is pleasingly
sweet, and yet will agree with
some icing or jam spread on it.
1/2 cup warm water

41/2 to 5 cups regular flour

J=

can

(Copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)

V. cup warm milk
2 pkgs. actively dry yeast

box

Pkg.

Mr. and Mrs. Murray J. Liber-
man of Hilton Ave., Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Anita Rochelle to Owen
Sanford Chadwick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Chadwick of Park Ave.,
Oak Park.
Miss Liberman is a senior at
Wayne State University majoring
in medical technology. A member
of Alpha Delta Theta, medical
technology sorority, she is presi-
dent of the med tech class of 1970.
Mr. Chadwick received a bache-
lors degree in psychology from
Wayne State University, and pres-
ently attends the University of
Michigan medical school. He was
a member of Phi Sigma Delta and
Psi Chi, national honorary society
in psychology.
A July 19 wedding is planned.

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Extra Special
0 & C

MIGDAL

pRoDucE

35c ea.

S

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wheel

Wakefield
Alaska

WON TON
SOUP

Flavors

A.

DAIRY SPECIALS

JUICE

La Choy
Chinese

All

CHICKEN
SOUP SALE



Your Choice

ORANGE

y4-gal. 89C
Cartons

EXTRA SUPER
CIAL
SPECIAL
F
Manischewitz

Borden's

3

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1 c
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2 4 ("'"' 49c 77c each
: $119
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JUICE

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Libby's
Cut or Diced

19

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ORANGES

Borden's - 100 0/o

Borden's

Round Lake

100-ft.
roll
only

Super Special

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EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL

Freshrap

WAX PAPER

Roland
Imported

11-ce
can

28 C

11-oz.
bottle

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MI A P tC F TS

Super
p Special

cans

Wishbone
La-Cal

Long Grain—
Parboiled

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Roland Imported

All Grinds

Uncle Ben's

42-ox.
box

JUST ARRIVED—
NEW PACK

MAXWELL
HOUSE

Gunsberg's

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EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL

Anita Liberman to Be
Airs. Owen S. Chadwick

The program is open to the pub-
lic.
Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Margolis and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis have
coordinated this program in co-
operation with Larry Stern.

of Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital
and chairman of education for
the Oakland County Association
for Retarded Children. Besides
having a private practice, she
currently serves as psychologist
for the Rochester Community

THE EASY-To-shop MALL

ORLEANS

Schools and writes a column for
the Birmingham Eccentric. Last
May, she was voted Citizen of
the Year by the Birmingham
Profession and Business Wom-
an's Club.

Dr. Friedman, mother of two,
received her BA from Brooklyn
College in 1956; master of educa-
tion from Wayne State University
in 1963; and a PhD from Wayne in
1967.
She is on the consultant staff

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 6, 1970-25

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

The finest and largest selection in the area. We clean,
bone,al skin a nd grind all fish free of charge. For
speci sery ic e c all

JO 6-4640

1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. fresh grated lemon rind
2 drops yellow food coloring

OPTIONAL FOR ICING AND

GARNISHING

'1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 egg white
31 cup chopped blanched almonds

1. In a large mixing bowl dissolve yeast
in water and add milk, sugar, salt,
coloring
eggs, soft butter and,
and about half of the our.
2. Mix until smooth and add vanilla
and grated lemon rind. Add more of
the remaining flour and knead till
you can handle the dough easily.
Knead about eight minutes until the
dough is smooth and elastic.
3. In a clean bowl, put few drops of oil
and grease the whole bowl. Place the
dough in the greased bowl, turning
It once to grease the top of the
dough ball. Let stand in a warm
place about one and a half hours
until the ball doubles.
4. Punch down, knead lightly and divide
into two. Make two small balls and
then roll them between your palms
to make two ropes. Twist them
around each other and then form
into a circle. Pinch the ends to seal
and to give the cake a round shape.
(You may give this cake any shape
you like.) Put on greased cookie
sheet and let it rise again, for about
50 minutes.
5. Before Inserting In the oven—brush
top with some milk. Heat oven to
375°. Bake the cake for about 25-30
minutes. When cool, top with icing
and garnish with chopped almonds,
if you wish.

ICING: Beat egg - white with confection-
ers' sugar. If too stiff — add a few
drops of water.

The greatest pleasure in life is
that of reading, while we are
young. —William Hazlitt

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