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May 25, 1973 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

%S. 15'13-1I

Mehl!,

Shevuoth tradition-
the first grain,the first fruit

••••••••

Shevuoth tradition-
Maxwell House Coffee

t() good to
A) C the last drop

Down through the centuries, Shevuoth time has
meant enjoying the yield of the year's first harvest.

For half a century there's been another tradition
growing in this country, on every yomtov occasion:
the enjoyment of Maxwell House Coffee ...the one
with the superb mellow flavor that's become a favor-
ite with Jewish families everywhere.

Celebrate one delightful tradition with another this
year. Pour some fresh,cheery cups of Maxwell House
all around. Instant or Regular.

K
CERTIFIED
KOSHER

GENERAL FOODS

WELL HOUSEtOFFEE

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