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November 06, 1981 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-06

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Friday, November 6, 1961 49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The dangers of a convivial
Conversation is an art in
which a man has all man- spirit are that it may lead to
excess in that which, in
kind for competitors.
—Emerson moderation, is good.

Youth News

(Continued from Page 48)
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
for services and discussions,
followed by breakfast and
bowling. Alan Hitsky, news
editor for The Jewish News,
will speak on "The Effects of
a Jewish Media." Boys and
girls between the ages of 13
and 18 are welcome, and
there is a nominal weekly
charge. Drivers are needed.
For information, call ad-
viser Walter Rosenblum,
352-2307.
The youth department
will have a candy sale Sun-
day. Candy may be picked
up between 1 and 2 p.m. in
the board room. Proceeds
will be used to subsidize the
Tamarack and Cedar Point
trips. To volunteer or for in-
formation, call Youth Di-
rector Sharon Levine, 548-
3123 or 547-3369.
Youth Shabat services
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days for youth of all ages,
beginning with the Shabat
nursery program for chil-
dren up to age 3. There is no
charge for the babysitting
and no reservations are re-
quired. Story Hour for
youth age 3-6 meets for
Shabat stories, songs and
games. Both groups meet in
the school wing. Services for
youth ages 7-13 meet with
the junior congregation in
the chapel. Services for
USYers who are in grades
seven-12 will meet in the
board room. Refreshments

will be served, and everyone
is welcome.
• • •
BNEI AKIVA will meet
at Young Israel of Green-
field Shebat afternoon for
snif (groups). Anyone in
grades four-seven should
meet about two hours before
Minha for games, stories
and refreshments.
Bnei Akiva will have a
Shabaton Nov. 14 for mad-
richim (counselors) from
Detroit and Cleveland.
Alan Silverman of Cleve-
land and Kadish Goldberg
of New York also will
attend. • • •
SHAAREY ZEDEK'S

youth department sponsors
Shabat services every week.
A newservice for children
age 3 and younger with
babysitters is available in
the Morris Adler Hall.
Children may be brought in
at 10:30 a.m. The service
will be piped into the Social
Hall for those parents who
choose to remain with their
babies. Parents may other-
wise sit in a designated area
of the main sanctuary in
case they are needed.
Reservations are not neces
sary.

Call COLLECTOR'S CHOICE

FOR PROFESSIONAL HANDLING OF YOUR

HOUSEHOLD SALES
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS

and

Florence Finkelstein
Finkelstein
646-01 52
EVES

Irene Siegel
3384635

Nitzanim hold services
10:30 a.m. in Room 110 with
Mrs. Miriam Meyers. Chil-

BBYO Activities

Rose AZA will sponsor
its fifth annual road rally
Saturday, starting at 7 p.m.
at Thompson Middle School.
It will conclude with a dance
at the rallydestination. Re-
freshments will be served,
and prizes awarded. There
is a charge. For informa-
tion, contact Ted Efros,
president, 968-3765.
Shira BBG is holding a
"Membership Madness
Month" with a goal of re-
cruiting a full chapter of 35
members in the Farmington
Hills area. The month will
include the chapter bake
sale, a special cosmetic
demonstration, a four-

dren who have not come to
services previously should
wear a name tag.
Chaverim meet in the
Tikvah Chapel at 10:30 a.m.
This Shabat the children
who have birthdays will be
honored in the main
sanctuary. Rabbi Irwin
Groner will have a birthday
blessing and gift for all
those with November birth-
days. Mrs. Kaplan's Vov
Class will lead portions of
(Continued on Page 50)

Detroit Area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Assoc.

chapter membership party,
as well as several meetings
with surprise after-meeting
programs. If interested in
joining, contact Julie Moss,
president, 661-1210; or
Renee Fiszbein, 553-4957.
Herzl AZA, Windsor,
will hold its annual
Sweetheart Dance 8 p.m.
Nov. 14 at Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue in
Windsor. Dress is semi-
formal and is open to all
members of AZA and BBG.
There is a charge and those
attending may come dated
or stag. For information,
contact David Garson,
president, 1-519-969-3341.

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., Nov. 8th thru Thurs., Nov. 12th

CHICKEN BREASTS with wings att.
POTATO PANCAKES

$ 139 lb.
99c pkg.

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

25760 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 8-6800 Eugene Feldman

PASADENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

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

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

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

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

25254 Greenfield. Oak Park
967-3907 Jack Miller

26035 Coolidge. Oak Park
LI 7-4121 Jack Cohen

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

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

Lincoln Kosher Wit & Poultry

26020 Greenfield
Greenberde -
968-7450 Zalman Kohen,

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

-
BAGEL DELI & PRODUCE

THE ONE AND ONLY

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD., W. BLOOMFIELD • 851-9666

MON

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OUR NEW STORE HOURS:

SUNDAYS 8 a . to 5 p.m.

SPECIALS 3 DAYS ONLY, FRI., SAT. & SUN., NOV 6 7 & 8

COTTAGE
CHEESE

Borden's

White Meat

24 oz. carton

TURKEY
BREAST

$119

$ 3 4 9 ,

SWISS
CHEESE

CORNED BEEF
SANDWICH

25°

$360

.$

LOX &
CREAM CHEESE
SANDWICH

FULL Vs LB. •

Imported

lb.

ON BAGEL

$

I 9 9

•-•

Garden Fresh
Tender

GREEN
BEANS



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SMOKED .

BUTTERFISH

$3 9 1b.

WE ARE NOW TAKING
FOOD TRAY ORDERS
FOR XMAS & NEW YEAR'S

ALSO FRUIT TRAYS AND FRUIT BASKETS

lb.,

Vine Rips
Salad

TOMATOES

29Cpkg•

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Limit 1

3 LB. BAG 59 C

Expires 11-12-81

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