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October 25, 1974 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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30-Pound Loaf for Bread Day

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 25, 1974.-5

These Groshire Plaid suits are designed

Saluting National Bread Day, part of International Har-
st Festival Week, Sam Krinsky, owner of one of Michi-
An's largest ethnic bakeries, has baked the largest loaf of
_Jewish rye in Michigan. Krinsky is shown presenting the
30-pound loaf to Danny Raskin, Jewish News columnist, to
kick off Rosen Bakery's new marketing campaign. More
than two dozen ethnic baked goods, including onion rolls,
egg twist, French bread, pumpernickel and black bread are
available under the Rosen name, as well as other bread
labels.

`Jews May Stiffer
First in Countries
With Money Woes

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president
of the World Jewish Con-
gress, warned that Jewish
communities might, be the
first to suffer in countries
hit by severe economic dis-
locations.
"The economic tremors in
the world compel the World
Jewish Congress to prepare
for the task of defending the
rights of the Jewish com-
munities in countries which
will suffer greatly because
the Jews are always the first
victims of such tremors,"
Dr. Goldmann told Israeli ed-
itors at a meeting at Bet
Sokolow, the journalists' cen-
ter.
Commenting on the general
situation, Dr. Goldmann ob-
served that the guilt feelings
that bothered the conscience
of the Western democratic
nations after World War II
and motivated the United
Nations to vote for the es-
tablishment of a Jewish
state, have faded. Now, he
w arned, the non-Jewish
world is tiring of an excess
of "Jewish problems," of too
many protests about the sit-
uation of Jews in Russia and
Syria.

Tekoah's Son
Assulted in NY

NEW YORK (JTA) — Gil-
ead Tekoah, the 16-year old
son of Israel's UN Ambassa-
dor Yosef Tekoah was • as-
lted and robbed while
cle-riding in Central
Park Tuesday afternoon.
The youth was not hurt. His
her said Wednesday that
,,lead was well and attend-
ing school as usual. "He was
lucky," she said.
According to police he was
accosted by five teen-agers
in the park. They knocked
him to the ground and made
off with $28. But did not take
the bicycle which is valued
at $150.

Better is he who gives little
to charity from money hon-
estly earned than he who
gives much from wealth
gained through fraud.—Mid-
rash.

to give you permanent good looks.

They're conservative enough for

business. Smart enough to keep you in

fashion for years. The colors of each

wool plaid are rich: I brown on brown,

blue on blue, green on green. The cut is

a conservatively elegant two button

WE KEEP PRICES DOWN!

with center vent. And, at Shifman's you

know the tailoring is always excellent.

)29-$49-$99
SHANDELS

WE CAN FIT YOU SIZES 6 TO 44

154 SOUTH WOODWARD NR. MAPLE
MI24150
0113MINGHAM,MICH

So come in and try one on. You'll

find the suit and the price look very

nice on you . . . just $185.

Daily—Hospital—Sympathy

FRUIT BASKETS

Rodnick Bros.

21032 Crosbeck M-91

1 alit N 8 Mile
warren

PR 2-4350

World Wide Deirvery

George
OHRENSTEIN

:;*

JEWELERS

• Graduate Gemologists
• Certified Horologist
', Goldsmiths
• Precious Stones
• Precision Watches

HARVARD ROW

SHOPPING CENTER
Lofiser & 11 Mile — Phone 3533146

Shifman's

LINCOLN SHOPPING CENTER. 10 1 /2 MILE AND GREENFIELD

Other Stores: LIVONIA MALL Ndliddlebelt and 7 Mile

m,Acoms.

MALL Masonic and Gratiot

CHERRY HILL PLAZA Cherry Hill and Inkster BRIGHTON MALL Grand River and 1-96

REMEMBER

OPEN 4 NIGHTS A WEEK FOR SERVICE TH. 9 P.M.

WHERE PEOPLE STILL COME FIRST

GLASSMAN

OLDSMOBILE INC

28000 TELEGRAPH RD. • SOUTHFIELD • PHONE 354-3300

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