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February 13, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, February 13, 1981

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)4 Sat., feb. 21, Orchard Mall
4-
A Reservations: 851-8952, 356-85251
*Produced by Seymour Schwartz Agency *
******

* * * * *

party 7:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.
Entertainment, square
dancing and ballroom danc-
ing are included. Dinner
will be served. Spouses will
be admitted at a nominal
charge. Advance reserva-
tions are required. For
reservations, call Dave
Goodstein, 356-3837; or

BLOCH-ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will
hold a paid-up membership

TONIGHT..
THE CHEF COOK!

KREPLACH ITALIANO

Mat Dealers Assoc.

Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans, will
hold its annual brotherhood
night 8,p.m. Thursday in
the JWV Memorial Home,
announces Commander
William Greenberg.
Guest speakers include
columnist Bob Talbert,
newswoman Beverly
Payne, Sister Carol Rittner
of Mercy College, State
Commander of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars Paul Say-

_ .
These are the prices suggested by Empire & Dean Poultry. Prices-at ,
the independent retailers listed below may vary. Some may be higher,
some may be lower.

Starting Sun., Feb. 15th thru Thurs., Feb. 19th

S TEWING BEEF . .

TURKEY WINGS

.% C.hc . ":e .... • • . . $2.79 lb.

t

. 1.1
. '. .! -1

.88c

. • .•••••••

lb.

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

13721 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park
LI 7-8111
Philip Swarin

32930 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills
855-1020 Ben Smith, Don Barden

PASADENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

_ _DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

25760 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 8-6800 • Eugene Feldman

24721 Coolidge, Oak Park LI 3-8860
Allan Al Cohen, Joe Felstein, Michael Cohen

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

25254 Greenfield, Oak Park
967-3907 Jack Miller

26035 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 7-4121 • Jack Cohen



Lincoln Kosher Mint & Poultry

26020 Greenfield
968-7450 Zalman Kohen, Alex Greenberger

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile, Southfield
356-5110 John Katz

Under supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities

SHABOT
SHALOM

FROM GREAT SCOTT

KING
NOVA LOX

BEST
SALAMI

ONE 23 9
POUND
SAVE
PKG.
1.10

3-0Z-
PKG.

99 SAVE

64c

KRAFT

ASSORTED FROZEN

PHILADELPHIA
CREAM CHEESE

LENDER'S
BAGELS
6-CT. 4 540
SAVE
PKG.

LIIPAYcL

* * *

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will participate in
the presentation of one
large and several smaller
American flags to the Akiva
Hebrew Day School Thurs-
day. Arrangements were
made by Raye Weimer, aux-
iliary patriotic instructress.

Call 548-4031

We Bone—Skin—Grind—Fish Free

WE WRAP FOR FREEZING

PEARL SCISSORS

BUCKIES UNLIMITED

NOW OPEN

Farmington Mich. Store_
35171 Grand River -
1/2 blk. E. of Drake Rd.

JWV Brotherhood Night

Italian deliciousness • :to go.. --
Tender Ravioli (kreplach) stuffed
with cheese and smothered in The
Chef's own tempting tomato sauce.
It's like • 'ordering up•• direct
from Italy. Just heat it. serve it—
then sit back and take credit for it. •
You can serve Kreplach Italiano.
as a quick. nourishing lunch or as a
hearty dinner.
So, relax tonight. Get Cheese Ravioli
from The Chef ... Chef Boy-ar-deep
of course. Bravo!

Detroit Are

22101 Coolidge
1 Block S. of 9 Mi.

Sam Skupsky, 543-8078.

* * *

Chef Boy-ar-dee' Cheese Ravioli in sauce

.

Dave's Fish & Seafood

JWV

* STAFFORD'S *
* KIDS CABARET

`KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT':

• TELEGRAPH/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
• SOUTHFIELD/13 MILE IN BEVERLY HILLS
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
• TELEGRAPH/15 MILE RD. IN BIRMINGHAM
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD

20c

(MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
SUNDAY
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU FEB. 19, 1981. NO SALES TO DEALERS

age and State Sen. Doug
Ross.
Admission is free. Re-
freshments will be served
by the Ladies Auxiliary.

across from Bob Saks Olds
,Drakeshire Shopping Plaza

474-0055

PEARL SCISSORS

Bar-Ilan Prof.
Uncovers Early
Form of Wheat

RAMAT GAN — Dr.
Mordechai Kislev, of Bar-
Ilan University, may have
located the immediate
forefather of modern wheat
in the charred grain find-
ings of archeological exca-
vations throughout the
Middle East.
Naming the new plant
Triticum Parvicoccum, Dr.
Kislev has shown that the
small wheat kernels and
ears unearthed at many
prehistoric sites, including
those in Israel, cannot be
identified with any current
plant species. The missing
link in wheat evolution was
extensively cultivated
about 7,000 years ago, but
after the final biological
step producing modern
wheat (Triticum Aestivum)
occurred, Parvicoccum cul-
ture was slowly abandoned,
leading to the plant's ex-
tinction.
Dr. Kislev, whose field is
archeobotany, and a team of
Bar-Ilan scientists have
closely examined the
small-grain wheat found in
several archeological sites
dating from 7000 BCE to
the Roman period. He has
also searched the literature
and found many published
reports which noted the
small grain findings, but
overlooked their signifi-
cance.

Detroiters Aid
Israeli. Student

A group of Detroit area
citizens, spearheaded by Dr.
Marvin Klein of Southfield,
has made possible awarding
of a scholarship -to The Na-
tional Music Camp in Inter-
lochen, Mich., to a 17-year-
old Israeli student.
The 1981 National Music
Camp Scholarship for An
Israeli. Student will go to
Moshe Liebovitz of Lod, Is-
rael.
Liebovitz has been study-
ing trombone for six years.
_ For the past four years he
has been an annual winner
of a Keren Sharret Schol-
arship provided by the
American Israel Cultural
Foundation.

The troubled blood
through his pale face was
seen to come and go with
tidings from his heart, as it
a running messenger had
been.

"THE BUCKLE LADY"

BUCKLES $45 0
cACH
3 for $12.50

OVER "1500" DIFFERENT STYLES

-

LARGEST BUCKLE DISPLAY IN MICHIGAN

2240 COOLIDGE

5 BLKS. N. OF 11-MILE

BERKLEY. MI 48072

545-6885

Monday thru Saturday 10-6— Free Parking

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• Friday the thirteenth, for those who fear
• Ghosts and goblins from far and near,
-5 Is but triskaidekaphobia!
-
• But if ydu seek real joy and cheer,
• Open up a Cornucopia . . . Get yourself some


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the best in Kosher dairy foods,
_ all over Michigan and northern Ohio!
Under supervision of Metro Kashruth Council

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