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March 21, 1975 - Image 43

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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Center Summer
Registration to End

Too Many Children And

Not Enough Drumsticks?

We have a full line of FRESH! .
Clean & Koshered Turkey & Chicken
Legs-Breasts-Wings

Dexter Davison Kosher Meats

Li 8-6800

1

Member-only registration
for the 1975 Jewish Commu-
nity Center Summer Pro-
gram will end April 4. After
April 4 both members and
non-members may register.
Activities are designed for
youth age 21 months
through high school. Ses-
sions will be held June
30-July 25 and July ,29-Aug.
22.
For information or bro-
chure, call the Center's
group services office,
341-4200.

*

Edith and Jack Friedman
of Jerome Ave., Oak Park,
were in New Orleans re-
cently to attend the Mardi
Gras celebration, and vis-
ited Disneyworld in Or-
lando, Fla., while on a trip
to Miami Beach.

Now Back In Business To. Serve You with the finest

Fresh Fish & Seafood Daily

22101 Coolidge (1 Blk.S. of Nine Mile) Oak Park.

Please call

Immigrant Child
Has Circumcision

548 - 4031

A Happy Passover

Our motto is as always, "The Best Merchan-
dise with Friendly and courteous service" .

Looking forward to seeing and serving you soon. Please
call in your Holiday order- Now

We Bone, Skin and Grind Fish

RIVER

GRAPEFRUIT

LGE.

SIZE

3 for

79(

Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Medwed of Dale Ave. will
celebrate their 25th anniver-
sary_ Tuesday. They are the
parents of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Medwed, and Robert,
David and Gail Medwed.
Parents of the couplecare
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Medwed.

* * *
Merril Gordon was guest
of honor at a United Jewish
Appeal fund-raising event
in Hallandale, Fla. He was
presented with a plaque
from the Jewish Federation
of Florida "for his service
devotion and committment
to the survival of the Jewish
people."

We regret to announce that due to
the current economic conditions
HAMTOWN FOODS has been
forced to discontinue its kosher su-
pervision. Its products are, therefore,

no longer "Certified Kosher"

Michigan Kashruth Council

KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

1975

under supervision of
the Union of Ortho-_
dox Jewish Congre-
gations of America

Available at
your favorite
food store

Curses hurt not — pray-
ers injure not.

FREE!

it's PASSOVER TIME AT

DEXTER DAVISON MKT."

U.S. NO. 1
COOKING

As Always — The Most Complete Selection Of
Products—Kosher for Passover In the
State of Michigan.
Groceries
"Dairy Products --- Frozen Foods — Wines
We've Got It!
Fruit Ices
If you want it
Ice Cream

POTATOES

10 LB.
BAG

69(

.

Fresh

oer super Special
?esscwco0

.c BROD
. 001 uls %- l et

3°1(.4
° 1 ,60,1 ot
b. s i te

Passover Special

sal ot

sA 39%.

MOUS

Passover Special
Famous Tulkoffs

HOT
HORSE RADISH

Fish

Apple Juice

4 oz.
jar

Is

40 oz.
bottle

8 oz.

jar

25c 45c

• Poultry
tininre r_ r CISSO vet
Kosher Fo

Empire

C

CHICKEN REAST

Our

1 9 C ‘11.

Specialty

N
,
I Passover Special \

H
A C O
.R B:KEA

BORSCHT

• Diet
• Schav 7: C

'

Passover Special
Horowitz Margareten

Matzo-Meal

- Empire

QUARTERED
ROASTERS
I •

89c lb.

/

/ Passover Special \\
/ Horowitz Margareten

EGG-MATZO

-woo

The Michigan Cancer
Foundation announces Dr.
Marvin A. Rich has been ap-
pointed director of research.
Rich will direct the entire
MCF research program, as-
suming administrative re-
sponsibility for the more
than 100 scientists and
technicians of the founda-
tion's research team.
Dr. Samuel B. Horowitz,
former chief of the MCF cell
biology laboratory, was
named chairman of the biol-
ogy department.

Ilya Solomon, age 2, the
son of Russian immigrant
parents, underwent the rite
of circumcision at Sinai
Hospital of Detroit last
week, with Rabbi Zachar-
iash of Cong. Shomrey
Emuna officiating, and Dr.
Howard Jacobs in attend-
ance. Ilya is the son of Solo-
mon and Maria Oslan, who
arrived in Detroit from Mos-
cow just four months ago.

Wishes all their friends & customers

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL

*

ir

Cancer Fund Picks
Research Director

Activities in Society

Out-of-town guests at-
tending the recent Bar
Mitzva of Michael Howard
Kaufman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Kaufman of
Southfield, were Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Swartz of Flor-
ida, great uncle and great
aunt; and grandmothers,
Mrs. Rae Kaufman and Mrs.
Esther Schwartz. Assisting
them in the candle lighting
ceremony was Great Aunt
Jean Wolfe of Oak Park.

DAVE. and ETHEL NATINSKY
Formerly Of
Wyoming-Curtis Fish and Seafood
and Orchard. Lake Seafood

• • MM.,' •••••• • flik , •

2 lb.
box

1 lb.
box

$1.19

65c

Cake Meal Or
Matzo Farfel
1 lb. box

65c

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