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July 22, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-22

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30 Friday, July 22, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hebrew Glib Sets Wednesday Meeting

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
Club. will meet 7:30 p.m.

os

60C,

Se o ■ -

1 st>

Wednesday at the Jewish
Community Center 10 Mile
branch. Dr. M. J.
Steinhardt will continue the
discussion on the ideals of
Herzl. All Hebrew speakers
are welcome. There is no
charge.

Jewish-Related Reading Matter
Donated to Dearborn Library

7 R

869 West long lake Road

6db 0973

Special Shoppe"

9 Mile & Coolidge

FOR THE FINEST IN PERSONAL
SATISFACTION CALL ONE OF
THESE GREAT SCOTT! STORES!

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Farmington Hills-29650 Orchard lake & 131/4 Mile 851-3289

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Farmington-32906 Middlebelt S 14 Mi. 855.9390

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Farmington-30850 Orchard Lake S 13 Mi. 851-5868

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Bloomfield Twp.-1900 Woodward & Square Lake 338-4436

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Southfield-27155 Greenfield & 11 Mi. 557-0150

Southfield-19855 Twelve Mi. & Evergreen 559-9829

WE CARRY A COMPLETE
SELECTION QF YOUR
SEAFOOD FAVORITES.

Watch For The Opening
Of BOB'S #2
Indoor Traveling Market'

at 30002 W. 12 Mile Rd.,
Farmington (betty. Orchard Lake
& Middlebelt
across from Harrison High)

Complete Line of fresh fruits &
vegetables, pop, kosher deli
products, sandwiches and carry
outs -Famous Bob's Cheese
Palace w/Domestic & Imported
cheeses at Disc. Prices Fresh
Smoked Fish and Sable, Hand
Sliced Lox Complete line of
Gourmet Foods

357-1010

2)afila

agie

04:
4:

PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS

AND ASSOCIATES

545-1399

354-rA4

Fresh Fish
Counter

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

Oak Park Center

Music For All Occasions

From Great Scott's

WILL BE

"Your Something

and
HIS ORCHESTRA

FRESH FISH

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

EPAIR

In Our Store _

JOE MILLER

Fredrick
jewelers

YOUR WEDDING—
BAR MITZVA

171 E

22101 Coolidge 1 Block So of 9 Mi

Call 548-4031

We Bone-Skin-Grind-Fish Fr

Cong. Bnai Moshe Men's Club representatives presented
a collection of materials on Israel and the Middle East to
the Henry Ford Centennial Library in Dearborn and
Mercy College. The collection incudes 80 books, pamphlets
and position papers on Zionism, Jerusalem, anti-Semitism
and more. Participating in the presentation of the collec-
tion, made on behalf of the National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, were: Eliot Raskin, president of the men's
club; Rolin P. Marquis, Dearborn city librarian; Rabbi
Stanley M. Rosenbaum of Bnai Moshe; and Simon Gold-
man, vice president of the Great Lakes Region, NFJMC.

Article Features Former Detroiter

An arthritis research proj-
ect conducted at the Flor-
ida University College of
Medicine, under the direc-
tion of former Detroiter'Dr.
Richard Panush, was re-
cently featured in an article
in the Gainesville (Fla.)
Sun.

Dr. Panush is associate
professor of medicine and
immunology and medical
microbiology at the Univer-
sity of Florida in Gain-
esville. He has published
more than 35 scientific arti-
cles and participated in
many international confer-
ences.

Unionists, Zionists Hold Press Parley

The coalition of the Black
Trade Unionist Chapter of
the A. Philip Randolph In-
stitute and the Labor Zion-
ist Alliance held a press
conference Thursday, morn-
ing, at the Butzel Building,
in downtown Detroit.

Members of the coalition
expressed their support for
a higher minimum wage
with increments tied to the
average industrial wage, as

was originally proposed.
Participants in the coali-
tion committee are: Tom
Turner, president, Detroit
AFL-CIO; John Shepherd,
president, Jewish Commu-
nity Council; Rabbi Leon
Fram, Temple Israel; Wil-
liam Stodghill, president,
United Black Trade Union-
ist Chapter, A. Philip Ran-
dolph Institute ; Norman
Naimark, Labor Zionist Al-
liance.

WE WRAP FOR FREEZING



lksiirre rfaM1Y0 Yearrild Wel froll (Ye 'VA ?rem nee redo

FELDBRO

QUALITY MEATS

0

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
20233 W. 7 MILE and
6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD. (W. Bloomfield Plaza)

U.S.D.A. CHOICE
Boneless Beef (Med)

BRISKETS
99° lb

fill your freezer

all sizes

20233 W.7 MILE

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

2 blocks W. of Evergreen

corner Kentfield

South of Maple
West Elloomfi
l aza

Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6
SUNDAY 8 to 4

Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6
Closed Sunday

656

KE 4-7522

FREE PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS

"Where Price Tells & Quality Sells"

13701 W. 9 Mile Rd. corner of Ridgedale Specials Fri-Sun

HEAD
LETTUCE

Calif. Long White
U.S. No. 1

POTATOES

8lbs.

3/$1.00

89'

Home Style
Salads
Cucumber & Onion
-Health -
Cole Slaw -Potatoe

Vernor's
Diet or Reg.

59'

lb .,

Home Grown

CABBAGE

10'.b

Sealtest

.

GINGER ALE

COTTAGE
CHEESE

39'

79'

28 oz. bottle

ProWYel NV We NITA

(Trimmed Rite, Priced Rite)

BOB'S INDOOR TRAVELING MARKET

Calif. Scilid

_,

24 oz. ctn.

547-0140
Store Hours
Mon.-Fri. 8-6
Sat. 8-7 Sun. 7-5

Washington
U.S. No. 1
Extra Fancy

PEARS

29'

Ma Cohen's
Reg or Nova

LOX

reg. $3.89
8 oz. jar

$279

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