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March 11, 1983 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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- Friday, March 11, 1983 45

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THE DETROIT JEWItINIW
S,

Waldorf Salad

8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese, sof-
tened
2 tbsps. orange juice
1 tbsp. grated orange rind
1 tbsp. sugar
3 cups chopped apple
1 cup chopped celery
1 /2 cup chopped walnuts

Combine cream cheese,
juice, rind and sugar, mixing
until well blended. Add remain-
ing ingredients; mix lightly.
Chill. Yield: 8 servings.

One Dunkin' Donuts Shop Made Kosher

The Metropolitan Kas-
hruth Council of Michigan
has granted kosher certifi-
cation to the Dunkin'
Donuts shop on Northwest-
One wise and righteous ern Highway just south of
soul constitutes an entire 12 Mile Road.
people.
Rabbi Jack Goldman
stressed that this is the only
Dunkin' Donuts shop, in
Michigan to which the cer-
tification applies. Extensive
alterations in the ingre-
dients had to be made. Spe-
cial arrangements were
made with Dunkin' Donuts
headquarters in Randolph,
Mass., which has some
kosher outlets in other
states.
Although not without
precedent, the kosher Dun-
kin' Donuts shop is looked
upon as ari experiment, both
by the Metropolitan Kas-
hruth Council and the Dun-
kin' Donuts organization,
according to Rabbi
Goldman. If it succeed _ s in
' Michigan, as it has
elsewhere, this shop will
remain kosher _under rab-
binical supervision.
Kosher certification
was carried out by Rabbi
Goldman with assistance

iloonatics

855-3355

MASTERCHARGE

VISA

Metropolitan Kashruth Council is pleased
to announce that the Southfield

DUNKIN'
DONUTS

located on Northw'estern Highway, just
south of Twelve Mile Road
(313) 354-1614

is now under Rabbinical Supervision
and all of its products are certified
KOSHER AND DAIRY (Milchig)

including

• 46 varieties of Donuts

••cookies and cupcakes
• muffins and munchkins

DUNKIN' DONUTS KOSHER DAIRY DINER

Plaque Memorializes Isaacs

The Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan, in
cooperation with the United
Hebrew Schools, has pre-
pred a plaque honoring the
memory of Mr. Bernard
Isaacs, the first superinten-
dent of the United Hebrew
Schools.
The plaque has been
placed next to the sculpture
which was provided by a
special committee to honor
Mr. Isaacs. The plaque
reads:
"Dedicated to the memory
of Bernard Isaacs who came
to Detroit in 1919 to or-
ganize and direct the
United Hebrew Schools. For
the next 35 years thousands
of young people- were edu-
cated in their cultural and
religious traditions under
his inspired leadership.
"He was a pioneer among
American Jewry in
encouraging the teaching of
Hebrew as a modern lan-
guage and was him'self a
noted Hebrew author. He
was revered throughout the
country as a scholar,
teacher and friend. Through

we never close!

Seven varieties of hot, delicious
Kosher soups, served with Kosher
bread or crackers

We seat 36
Come with your team,
group, friends, or
relatives
Call us! We deliver!
Special Discounts for
large drders

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VALUABLE COUPON

With this Coupon Only!

BUY A DOZEN DONUTS FOR ONLY $2.59
AND GET SIX MORE DONUTS• ABSOLUTELY FREE!

(This coupon valid until Sunday, March 27, 1983)

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from Rabbi Benjamin
Shandalov, administra-
tive had of the Chicago
Rabbinical Council, who
arranged for a Dunkin'
Donuts shop in Chicago
to come under the super-
vision of that organiza-
tion. That shop was so
successful that its prod-
uction increased during
the first six months by 20
percent. Now, there are
two kosher Dunkin'
Donuts shops operating
in Chicago under super-
vision of the Chicago
Rabbinical Council.
Rabbi ,Shariddlov as-
serted that the kosher Dun-
kin' Donuts shops .did not
interfere with other kosher
bakeries in Chicago. On the
contrary, he said, the donut
production of the latter in-
creased as a result of more
demand.
Rabbi Goldman pointed
out that such an operation
could be managed only if the
proprietor were a gentile,
since the Dunkin' Donuts
shops are open 24-hours-a-
day, seven-days-a-week,.
The proprietor of the South-

Jewish Holiday
Programming on-
Warsaw. Radio

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jewish religious holiday ob-
servances will be broadcast
this year on Radio Warsaw.
The broadcasts will be on
middle-wave 366 mm. and
also on short-wave 71.45
MHz and are believed to be
free of jamming in the
Soviet Union.
The following are the
dates and times of the
broadcasts: a Passover pro-
gram, March 28, 17:00 GMT
(Greenwich mean time);
Shavuot, May 17, 17:30
GMT; Rosh Hashana, Sept.
7, 16:00 GMT; and Yom
Kippur, Sept. 18, 15:30
GMT.

field Dunkin' Donuts shop is
Carlos Valesquez, a native
of Santiago, Chile, who has
been in this country six
years. A Roman Catholic,
Valesquez received a degree
in chemical engineering
from the University of Con-
necticut and spent several
years in chemical research
before undertaking the
Dunkin' Donuts franchise.
The kosher Dunkin'
Donuts shop in Southfield
produces 46 varieties of
donuts, in addition to
cookies, cupcakes, muffins,
pastries and cakes for spe-
* *

cial occasions. The shop is
actually a small diner
which can accommodate 36
and caters parties.
One of its specialties, as
a result of its kosher cer-
tification, is that it now
serves seven varieties of
soups. However, Rabbi
Goldman stressed, every-
thing in. the shop —
donuts, cakes, pastries
and soup — is dairy.
The shop has been cer-
tified kosher since March 1.
However, none of its prod-
ucts will be kosher for
Passover.

Carlos Valesquez, left-, receives a certificate of
kashrut for his Dunkin' Donuts shop from Rabbi Jack
Goldman.

Betwixt Purim and Pesach
is . a busy time,
But we're never too rushed
for a milchig rhyme!

Confess it; refresh it!
Be nourished; be flourished!

Enjoy the best in Kosher dairy foods
__under supervision of the Metropolitan
Kashruth Council of Michigan

BERNARD ISAACS

the institution he built and
the lives he enriched he was
and is a quiet hero of our
people."

1•

HEALTHY PASSOVER
FROM
GREAT SCOTT!

ASSTD. GOODMAN'S
MACAROONS

SAVE
51 4

10-0Z.
CAN

SPEAS
APPLE JUICE

64-OZ.
BTL.

128

SAVE
55`

GOODMAN'S
CAKE MIXES

SAVE
41!

12-OZ.
BOX

POWERS
FRUIT SLICES

8-01
PKG,

98

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT: -

• TELEGRAPH/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
• TELEGRAPH & MAPLE RD. BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD
• SOUTHFIELD & 13 MILE RD-BEVERLY HILLS.

SAVE
41`

MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

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

PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU MAR. 17, 1983. NO SALES TO DEALERS.

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