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November 16, 1973 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov, 16, 1973-29

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES !

Extra Super Special

DELICIOUS
TASTY

Strictly Kosher

PASTRAMI

By the Piece or Sliced

'3E19

lb.

EMPIRE KOSHER
TOP GRADE
10 lb. - 22 lb.

TURKEYS

89?•

We now have a fine
selection of Empire
Kosher Poultry

Extra Super Special

Women's
eli tubs

BEST 15

Strictly Kosher

COCKTAIL
FRANKS

Cello

Pkg.


'

Cigo
116/

•— ■

Pt

Specials
Good
thru
Wed.

--.PRODUCE

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

SPECIALS • —

SOLID — GREEN — KRISP

Holiday Super Special

BEST 15

Strictly Kosher

KISHKA
85c,b.

Delicious with fowl

OCEAN SPRA HEAD LETTUCE
DOLE
LARGE 3
Whole or Jellied
24
HAWAIIAN CRANBERRY SIZE
FOR 79K

'

SLICED

PINEAPPLE
1 ,!;/2- 000
Cans

or
Cranberry Raspberry

SAUCE

16-oz. 28
Can

SWEET — JUICY SEEDLESS

Lge. 32 Size
Reg. 3 for 59'4

L

For your special parries or other events try our

We use only Kosher-Wilno-Best-Zion or Feinbergs

Kosher Products on our Meat Trays

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

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TASTY BAR-B-0 CHICKEN

1

GRAPEFRUIT 1

0

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

1

for

4!

___saturday, surksylz

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

(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

JO 6-4640

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Now there's a ground coffee
that tastes great without caffein.
So enjoy.

Ground roast
Brim'decaffeinated coffee
is rich in Colombian beans.

Go ahead and enjoy rich ground Brim s decaffeinated coffee.
Ground Brim ® is 97% caffein free. So you don't have to worry
and ration your coffee. And when it comes to ta'am—Brim ® is
so deliciously rich. Let your cup runneth over—over and over!

REGULAR OR DRIP GRIND,
FREEZE-DRIED, OR ELECTRIC PERK

So rich you fill your cup
with flavor, not caffein

K

Certified
Kosher

C

411.'111 ,

Young Violinist Performs for UHS
Women's Donor at Bnai Moshe

Young Russian-born vio-
linist Mischa Lefkowitz will
be guest performer at the
United H e b r e w Schools
Woman's Auxiliary major

Lefkowitz, 19, started to
play at age 7 and performed
Brahms' Violin Concerto with
the Riga Symphony Orches-
tra at 12. In spite of his
youth, he gave three solo re-
citals in his native city. Since
emigrating to this country
with his family, he has been
studying with Mischa Misch-
akoff.
For ticket information, call
Mrs. Meyer Charlip, 647-0136;
Mrs. George Gantz, 861-1315;
or Mrs. Jacob Axelrod, UN
4-9174.

(Continued from Page 27)
Labor Zionist Institute. Gert
Millman is chairman of the
event, and Ruth Pecherer is
in charge of table arrange-
ments.
• • •
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at the
tr *
MCL Cafeteria, Tel-Twelve
INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENI
Mall. Discussions for fund-
• CARICATURES
raising will be on the agenda.
• ASTROLOGER'
Thanks to the efforts of hos-
• CLOWNS
tesses at a recent games
• BELLY DANCERS,
party, a substantial check
• VARIETY SHOWS
was given to the Israel
MISCHA LEFKOWITZ
Emergency Fund, and mem-
BY HATTIE
SEYMOUR
SCHWARTZ
bers are planning other fund-
fund-raising event, a lunch-
SC AGENCY
356.8563
raising activities.
eon 12:15 p.m. Nov. 28 at Party Favors
• • •
ir
CHRISTMAS CARDS 3
AVAILABLE
FANNIE GLUCK CHAP- Cong. Bnai Moshe.
TER, Mizrachi Women, will
hold a luncheonto aid the
Mizrachi children's fund in
Israel noon Monday at the
The
Zionist C u l t u r al Center.
Sheldon Rott
Dorothy Meckler has plan-
ner the program. Hostesses
Orchestra
will be Mesdames Belle
and .
Stevens, Ann Bigman, Dora
Vickie Carrot
Carman, Ida Frankel and
Jean Korman. Sarah Bed-
narsh and Goldie Liebow,
presidents, invite guests.
• « *
BETH A C H I M SISTER-
SPECIALIST
Foreign Car Service
HOOD will hold its paid-up
IN
membership dinner 6 p.m.
VOLKSWAGEN
AND
Monday at the synagogue.
PORSCHE CA-RS
Mrs. George Norman, mem-
bership vice president and
chairman of the evening, an-
CALL
nounces the theme will be
548-3926
"We Will Do." A musical re-
V")'
14,4
v i e w , "Sisterhood U.S.A."
548-4160
. •
will be presented by the
4
541-9704
Sisterhood Players under the
1018 W. 9 Mile Rd. FERNDALE, Between Live nois
direction of Mrs. H a r old
Alfons G. Rehme
& Pinehurst
MICH.
Panter. Mrs. Donald Davis,
program vice president, an-
nounces Ruth Schwartz, in-
terior decorator, will discuss
"All You Ever Wanted to
Know About Interior Decorat- (USE YOUR MICHIGAN RANKARD, OR MASTER CH/0
ing, But Were Afraid to Ask."
Dues may be paid at the door.
The adult education study
group will meet at 10 a.m.
Monday in the synagogue
library. Rabbi Milton Arm
DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILD REN
will discuss "The Zionist
Idea" by Arthur Hertzberg.
TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph
Coffee will be served.
OPEN DAILY

t_.*

Al's

.

.

BATYA CHAPTER, Miz-
rachi Women, will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Manny Schreiber, 17266
Shervilla, Southfield. T h e
Beth Jacob High School girls
choir, under the direction of
Cheryl P o s s , will present
Israeli songs.
* *
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL
SITERHOOD will hold its
paid-up membership lunch-
eon noon Monday at the syn-
agogue. Adele Mondry will
give a book review. Dues
may be paid at the door. For
reservations and information
call Margo Efros, chairman,
542-4819, or the synagogue
office, 851-6880.
« *
PYTHIAN SISTERS will
hold a rummage sale 9 a.m.-
2 p.m. Saturday at the Fern-
dale Community Center. Pro-
ceeds will aid underprivileged
a n d handicapped children.
For pickup, call Ann Schubb,
LI 1-5026, Rosetta Weiner,
836-4602, or drop off rum-
mage after 4 p.m. today at
the Ferndale Center.

GENERAL F0008

Any fool can make a rule
And every fool will mind it.
—H. D. Thoreau

SUNDAY 12 to 5
ALSO NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
13 MILE AT WOODWARD

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. -

OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9

SELECT GROUP OF

Girls'
Winter Coats

20%

OFF

Because the weather is warm ...
we made an outstanding buy
from several leading manufac-
turers ... So we ore passing the
savings on to you.






Boot or regular length
Leather look
Suede look
Wool look

SIZES 4-6x
Sale
Reg.
$38.00 $3000

SIZES 7-14
Sale
Reg.
$50.00 $40"

.7, 4 0t

,* 3 &

LAYAWAYS — OR USE YOUR MICHIGAN BANKARD or MASTER CHARGE

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