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February 11, 1977 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Basketball, Soccer Dominate Israeli Sports

According to Jewish som is ,a capital offense
law, kidnapping for ran- punishable by death.

BY HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1977, JTA,.Inc.)

TEL AVIV — Basket-
ball and soccer predomi-
nate here during the
winter months, there is
no question about that.

Itatiakstyte is as
eas3rasyllef
ltetp froniphef ffloy-ar-dee

Mail Warning

Invite Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
to cook for you when you
want a taste of real Italian
ta'am. With the Chef's home-style
Meatless or Mushroom Spaghetti Sauce
on hand, you'll have a delicious dish
1-2-3. Perfect as a tangy sauce for roasts
or ground meat, both styles of the Chef's
sauce go equally well with chicken,
fish and omelets. Of course, they're ideal
for pouring over any kind of Iukshen-
spaghetti, linguine, lasagna, even egg
noodles. Be sure you always have enough
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Sauce in•our cupboard.
For easy, quick, delicious dining.

The Jewish News
local publicity dead-
line for the issue of
Feb. 25 is noon Mon-
day, Feb. 21. How-
ever, the post office
will be closed that
day. Mailed publicity
items should be sent
early to arrive before
the deadline. Mate-
rials received late
will be published the
following week if still
timely.


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PRUNE
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4 roll pack

C

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Special

Borden's

strictly kosher
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all popular flavors

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Saturday, Sunday

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

We use only Kosher-Wilno-Best-Zion or Feinbergs
Kosher Products on our Meat Trays

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

You'll Also Be Delighted with
Our Very, Very Best Delicious

TASTY BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only .

The finest and largest selection in
the area. We clean, bone, skin and
grind all fish free of charge. For
special service call -

JO 6-4640

M T W F 9-6 Th. 9-8 — Sat 9-9 — Sun 8-4

You can be sure it's pure if it's kosher and for the
finest in kosher meats and poultry. SHOP AT
YOUR INDEPENDENT MEMBER MARKET OF
THE DETROIT AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT
DEALERS ASSOC. LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM.
IT'S YOUR ASSURANCE OF THE FINEST IN
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Starting Sun. Feb. 13th thru Thurs. Feb. 17th

SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS

$2.49

lb.

BONELESS CHUCK ROAST

$1.79

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BERNARDS KOSHER MEATS

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398-3180

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and PASDENA KOSHER MEATS

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Allan A. Cohen & Joe Felstein
OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

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Southfield, Mich.-557-7677

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NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

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Jack Miller
Oak Park 48237-548-4887

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

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Jack Cohen—Oak Park 48237
LI 7-4121

GOLDIN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET

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DEXTER ,DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No. 1

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24760, Coolidge
Oak Park 48237—LI 8-6800

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

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Farmington Hills, 855-1020
Ben Smith Don Barden

NEW YORK — Several
hundred Orthodox Rab-
bis went to school to learn
how to combat, in an un-
orthodox way, the Jews
for Jesu-s movements and
other alienated groups
which seek to "brainwash
and evangelize" -young
Jews.
One suggestion was
that "coffee houses" be
established on • off-
synagogue premises to
bring young Jews back to
the synagogue or to keep
them there.
It was estimated that
5,000 "missionaries" are
working in the New York
area. Hesh Morgan, di-
rector of the Anti :
Missionary Institute,
said most of them are af-

Orthodox Women'
Will Hold Seminar- -

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No. 2

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

On successive nights
last month the Israeli
National team drew
25,000 people to the
Ramat Gan stadium in a
match played against the
famous Bayern-Munich
soccer team, with the Is-
raelis' surprisingly, win-
ning 2-0.
The night following the
soccer match the Maccabi
Tel Aviv basketball team
played Mobile Giorgi- of
Italy in a European Cup
final basketball game
that was witnessed by
11,000 people.
The Italian Club just
clobbered the Tel Aviv
unity by some 25 points.
The game itself was close
for about lifteen minutes,
after which the invaders
just ran away from the
Maccabi boys.
Early in the week in
Hapoel Tel Aviv five drew
some 5,500 people to wit-
ness its Courage Cup
match against Sarajevo
of Yugoslavia. Here, too,
the Israelis just weren't
good enough the match-
the competition from the
invaders.
Tal Brody, the captain
of the Maccabi basketball -
team, who is probably
playing his last season
advised us that he is
building a villa in fash-
ionable Herzylia. Brody
is one of the few Ameri-
can Jewish athletes who
really has settled in Is-
rael for good.
One of the stars of the
Maccabi quintet, Lou
Silver, formerly of Har-
vard, is married to an Is-
raeli women, but from all



indications he will be
leaving the club at the
conclusion of the current
campaign.
Silver advises us that he
wants to become a ver-
terinarian and is going to
study in Belgium since Is-
rael doesn't offer a course
in this area.
Steve Kaplan, formerly
of Rutgers, who is with
Hapoel Ramat-Gan ap-
pears to be a likely candi-
date to stay on perma-
nently as an Israeli citi-
zen. Kaplan, while he is
not performing for the
basketball team, is a part
time sports writer for the
Jerusalem Post.
Mickey Berkowitz, who
played for Nevada-Las
Vegas last year, has set-
tled down, and not only is
replacing Tal Brody as
the star backcourt man
for the Maccabi hoop
squad, but is now a full
partner in Brody's lucra-
tive sports equipment
business.
There is a good likeli-
hood that one of Israel's
stronger soccer teams
will make a tour of the
United States this year.
Most professional teams
in the States, quite
frankly, are dow'n on the
Israeli National team,
not for their perform-
ances on the field, but,
rather their off the field
shenanigans.
It appears likely that
club teams from Israel, as
a unit, are much better
behaved than the Israeli
National team which is
comprised of 15 prima
donnas.

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the

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Coffee Houses Urged to Shield
Jewish Youth From Cults

For your special parties or other events -try our

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

Friday, February 11, 1977 35

• 21780 W. 11 Mile Road
John Katz, Dave Krasman
Southfield 48076-356-5110

23057 Coolidge
Seward Goldin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-3900

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jack Attis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

,1■1111M.

Women's Orthodox
League will have a semi-
nar on Jewish family laws
7:30 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday at Cong. Shom-
rey Emunah.
Leah Hershkowitz -of
New York, a teacher of
Jewish family laws, will
be guest speaker. All
women are invited at no
charge.
The women's cook book,
"From a Kosher
Pantry-With Our Love,"
will be available at the
seminar. There is a
charge for the book.
For' information, call
Carol Perecman, presi-
dent, 399-2961.

10 Mile & Greenfield

filiated with Bnai Yeshua
(Jesus) American Board
of Missions to the Jews
and Jews for Jesus. .
The rabbis participated
in a symposium on "De-
programming Victims of
Missionary Activity" at a
three-day convocation on
Jewish life at the Sheraton
Heights Inn in Hasbrouck
Heights, N.J., under the
auspices of the Rabbinical
Council of Americai which
represents nearly 1,000
Orthodox rabbis in the
United States and Canada.
Rabbi Walter S.
Wurzburger, president of
the Rabbinical Council of
America, called upon na-
tional Jewish federations
and -communal agencies
to aid local communities
in the establishment and
maintenance of "coffee
houses" for Jewish youth.

See

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Melody Musicale
Will Have meeting

Melody Musicale will
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the home of Mrs. Larry
Malach, 18219 George
Washington, Southfield.
A program will be pre-
sented by Uri Segal and
Darlene Merin, who will
give a .deinonstration on
Israeli dancing. Guests
are invited.

No monuments are
erected for the righteous;
their deeds perpetuate their
memory.
—The Talmud

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