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August 19, 1983 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ;

42 Friday, August 19, 1983

SHABAT SHALOM
FROM
GREAT SCOTT

Detroit's Hometown
Supermarket
for Over 30 Years

EMPIRE

MACABEE
PIZZA BAGEL

CHICKEN
BREASTS

12-OZ. 168
PKG.
SAVE

87`

LB.

MANISCHEWITZ OR STREITS

MA COHEN'S
HERRING

SAVE
UP TO
44°

48
12-OZ. 1
JAR
SAVE

71`

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:







SAVE
61' LB.

WINE OR CREAM

UNSALTED
MATZO

to-oz.
BOX

Fall Wedding
for Miss Berlin

TELEGRAI H/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 MIL<E RD-BEVERLY HILLS.

(MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
SUNDAY
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU AUGUST 25, 1983. NO S ALES TO DEALERS.

SOLID

MISS BERLIN

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berlin
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Joyce Andrea, to Dr.
Jeffrey L. Weingarten, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Weingarten of West Bloom-
field.
Miss Berlin earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
in dental hygiene at the
University of Michigan.
Her fiance earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
at U-M and an MD degree at
St. Louis University.
A fall wedding is planned.

Freedom Run for Russian
Jews at Federation Fair

Runners of all ages and
levels are invited to enter
the Freedom Run for Soviet
Jewry scheduled for 1 p.m.
Sept. 25 during the Federa-
tion Fair on the grounds of
the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, which is holding
the Fair with its member
agencies, is sponsoring the
Run with the Jewish Com-
munity Center Runners
Club and the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
The purpose of the Free-
dom Run, according to De-
troit Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee chairmen Lawrence S.
Jackier and Joel D. Ger-
shenson, is to call attention
to the struggle of Soviet
Jewish refusniks to lire in
freedom and dignity and to
demonstrate our solidarity
with them.

President of the Jewish
Community Center Run-
ners Club is Marvin
Fishman, who is also
chairman of the Freedom
Run.

The course is one mile for
children and six miles for
adults. Walkers are also
welcome.
All participants must

MARVIN FISHMAN

submit an entry form by
Sept. 12. There is an entry
fee for all entrants over 12.
T-shirts and special ribbons
will be distributed to all
participants in the run.
The Freedom Run for
Soviet Jewry is part of the
Federation Fair, a commu-
nity event designed to
create a greater awareness
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, its member agen-
cies and the services they
provide.

For more information on
the Freedom Run for Soviet
Jewry, call Leonard
Milstone at Federation,
965-3939.

* *

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PINK
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15 Size

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ORANGES

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Benefits Jewish Refusniks

California

California
Thompson
White Seedless

GRAPES

Mikhail and Aleksandr Bialy of Moscow are
among these refusnik chldren pictured at their 1982
Passover Seder.

Home Grown
Firm
Medium Size

TOMATOES

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• OPEN 1 DAYS—Mon.-Sat. 8-9, Sun. 8-6

SUMMERTIME SPECIAL
VERNORS, COKE, 7 U _ P

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2 Liter Bottle

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25 plus dep.

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BASKETS
MADE TO
ORDER

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JUST NORTH OF 9 MILE

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Six years ago, Leonid
Bialy, an electronics
engineer, his wife Judit and
sons Mikhail and Alek-
sandr applied for permis-
sion to emigrate from the
Soviet Union to Israel. They
were refused eight months
later and have been beset by
constant hardships ever
since.
The Bialy family at-
tempted to celebrate Alek-
sandr's Bar Mitzva in 1981.
When the family arrived at
the wooded site with their
50 guests, they were turned
away by police who told
them that no more than four
families were allowed to
picnic at one time.
Through the efforts of the
Detroit Soviet Jewry Com-
mittee of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, Aleksandr
became Bar Mitzva in ab-
sentia. He was "twinned" in
October 1981. with David
Stollman, son of Bernard
and Barbara Stollman of
Birmingham.

In addition to sporisoring
the twinning program, the
DSJC encourages local
organizations and indi-
viduals to adopt a family, to
correspond with the advo-
cate on behalf of that refus-
nik family. Through its
speakers bureau and news-
letter, the DSJC educates
the community about Soviet
Jewry and committee ac-
tivities.
The Jewish Community
Council, of which the De-
troit Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee is a part, is the only local
agency totally funded by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
through the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
For more information on
the Detroit Soviet Jewry
Committee, call Beverly
Yost, 965-3939.

Rashi's commentary on
the Bible was the first He-
brew book printed in
Europe. It was printed in
Reggio, Italy in 1475.

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