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November 20, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, November 20, 1981

Book Fair Concludes Sunday

MIKE'S QUALITY FRUIT MARKET

The 30th annual Jewish
Book Fair will conclude its
10-day run at the main
Jewish Community Center
this weekend.
On Saturday, at 8 p.m.,
there will be an English-
Yiddish Theater evening
starring Miriam Kressyn,
Seymour Rexsite and Mic-
key Freeman. There is a
charge.
Sunday's schedule in-
cludes:
10:30 a.m. — Sylvia
Rothchild ("Voices of the
Holocaust"), will speak
on "After the Silence."
Noon — Bnai Brith
Brunch. There is a charge.
Reservations required.
1 p.m. — Lewis Orde
("Heritage"), will speak on
"Heritage Is Our Strength."
2 p.m. — Barbara Cohen
("Yussel's Prayer"), will tell
children's stories.
2:15 p.m. — Rabbi
Lawrence Kushner ("The
River of Light"), will
speak on "Altered States
of Judaism."
3:15 p.m. — Aharon Ap-
pelfeld ("Badenheim
1939"), will speak in He-
brew and English on "The
Israeli Writer: My Life, My
Work."
4 p.m. — Arnold
Goldsmith ("The Golem
Remembered"), will speak
on "Modern Implications of

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For the finest in bread,
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NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women has been awarded a
$133,000 grant from the
Edna McConnell Clark
Foundation to expand its
Court Appointed Special
Advocate (CASA) program.
Trained CASA volun-
teers help judges by provid-
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tion and making recom-
mendations to parents and
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INVITATIONS

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Stationery Etc.

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STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

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All beef is killed under supervision of Shoichit Kaplan

99c lb.
'1.29 lb.
11.69 lb.
'3.29 lb.
'2.49 lb.

,
CHICKEN LEGS .
CHICKEN BREAST
FRESH GROUND CHUCK
ANY CUT LAMB CHOP '
WHOLE BEEF BRISKET

Get ready for Thanksgiving!
How do, you hold off the little ones
until the big evening dinner?
Here's your answer:

Serve them a dish of Kosher Cottage Cheese with
Sour cream, mixed with peanuts and raisins, top-
.ped off with a tall, cold glass of buttermilk or choco-
late milk! How's that for Kosher snacking?

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SHABAT
SHALOM

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;50 C .

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Grant to NCJW
for Program

KOSHER
SALAMI

NEED

an Old Jewish Legend." The
movie "Der Golem" will be
shown.
6 p.m. — Jewish Publica-
tion Society and Wayne
State University Press
Dinner. There is a charge.
Reservations requited.
7 p.m. — Nahum Sarna
will speak on "Translating
the Bible for the Modern
World."

FROM GREAT SCOTT

MRS. WEINBERGS
CHOPPED LIVER
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SAVE
CUP

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PULLETS

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10 TO 14 POUND AVG.

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LB.

50c

MANISCHEWITZ
CHICKEN SOUPS

10-0Z.
CAN

49

EIWPIRIE

TURKEYS

SAVE
26c

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:







30c LB.

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SAVE
30c LB.

MOST STORES

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( 8 A.W.E411
SUNDAY

9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU NOV. 26, 1981. NO SALES TO DEALERS.

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