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June 18, 1982 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 18, 1982

Bonds Day at the Capital

matter and sustenance; so
that, let the father of dis-
ease be what it may, intem-
perance is its mother.

Food improperly taken,
not only produces diseases,
but affords those that are
already engendered both

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13831 W. 9 Mile Rci , Oak Park 543-7092

Osteopaths Elect President

Dr. Howard B. Sobel was
elected president of the
Wayne County Osteopathic
Association and a delegate
to the American Osteo-
pathic Association's House
of Delegates.
Dr. Sobel is former
chief of staff of Botsford
General Hospital and 1C

If you're not
wearing it, sell it.

OPEN FRIDAY TIL 2:00-

GLATT KOSHER MEAT

END SHOULDER ROAST
SHOULDER STEAK
BONELESS CHUCK ROAST
WHOLE BRISKET trimmed
BABY BEEF LIVER

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deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.
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est. 1919

Israel Bonds' Golda Meir Club spent a "Day at the
Capital" in early June, honoring Mrs. William Milli-
ken, wife of Michigan's governor, and purchasing
$194,000 in Israel Bonds. Shown in the top photo-
graph, being sent off by D. Dan Kahn, chairman of the
Israel Bonds executive board, are from left: Anne
Parzen, Miriam Shenkman, Leah Snider, Phyllis
Newman, Doreen Hermelin, Miriam Leitman, Shirley
Kraft and, on the bus steps from top, Marla Dorfman,
Rosa Schaumberg and Betty Silverfarb. In the bottom
photograph are, from left: Mrs. Newman, Mrs. Milli-
ken, Mrs. Snider, State Senator Doug Ross and Mrs.
Parzen.

. A Toast to Dad, on Father's Day!
from the producers of

SPEAS APPLE JUICE

Faxon Seeks 15th Dist. Seat

in refrigerated
half-gallon
containers

State Senator Jack Faxon
has announced his candi-
dacy for Democratic nomi-
nation for the 15th District
State Senate seat in Oak-
land County previously
held by Doug Ross. Faxon
has served as Senator for
the Seventh District in
Wayne County since 1970.
Currently president pro
tempore of the Senate, he
serves as chairman of the
Senate's Education Com-
mittee, subcommittee on re-
tirement and the Joint
Legislative Committee on
the Arts; vice chairman of
the Commerce Committee;
and a member of the Labor
and Retirement Committee.
Faxon earned BS and MS
degrees in education at
Wayne State University
and an MA in history from
the University of Michigan.
He taught in the Detroit
Public Schools for eight
years and was a delegate to
the Michigan Constitu-

C.F. Burger
Creamery

Eight delightful
Michigan apple
types are squeezed
at the peak of their
ripeness, to give
you this healthfully
refreshing drink!

"the prince of
juices, fit for a
King!"

sold wherever fine foods are featured

Certified Kosher and Pareve by the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council of Michigan
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM

Detroit Area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Assoc.

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., June 20th thru Thurs., June 24th

FRESH CHICKEN LEGS

X 1.09

lb.

FRESH YOUNG STEER LIVER

$ 1

associate clinical professor
of family medicine at
Michigan State University,
College of Osteopathic
Medicine.
He serves on the medical
advisory committee and
executive committee of the
United Health Organiza-
tion.

•139

lb.

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

,■ IMMI•Mb.

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Suites 104, 134
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100 , GEMOLOGIST 61 DIAMONTOLOGIST

Give Dad A Gift Of

.

HEALTH FOR
FATHER'S DAY

From the

"TOUCH OF HEALTH CLINIC"

Gift Certificates Available

JACK FAXON

tional Convention in 1961-
1962.
He is a long-time
member of the advisory
board of the Anti-
Defamation League of
Bnai Brith and of Pisgah
Lodge.
During his terms in the
Legislature, Faxon worked
to get a state exemption on
embalming for Hebrew
Memorial Chapel and
helped add an amendment
to the state's kosher food
law that was requested by
the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit.

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facilities include:
• exercise equipment • juice bar
• private rooms • showers
• therapeutic massage & facials

located in the beautiful surroundings of
call 357-2513
The Claymoor Bldg.

Window Fashion Sale

vg 60% OFF

Fund Provides
for Training
at Providence

A fellowship to support
study in pulmonary
medicine has been funded
and established at Provi-
dence Hospital, in the name
of Harold B. and Belle R.
Kukes of Bloomfield Hills.
The first recipient of the
Harold B. and Belle R.
Kukes Pulmonary Training
Fund Fellowship is inter-
nist Dr. Lonnie Joe.
The Harold B. and Belle
R. Kukes Fellowship was
established specifically to
prOvide funds in Mr. Kukes' .
memory to train medical
students and physicians in
this specialty.










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