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March 01, 1985 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, March 1, 1985

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STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
GLATT KOSHER MEATS A:3;;;-;

1 49 lb.
99c
$2.99 lb.

$

Knitting Machine

$3.29 lb.

35125 Grand River
In The Drakeshire Plaza

Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter

Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

471-1077

HAPPY
PURIM
CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 6:04 P.M.

Gra cite

SABATH
CANDLES

FEINBERG
SALAMI

249

SAVE

90°

119

Joan Morris and William Bolcom rehearse for their forthcoming
program at the Birmingham Temple.

39

12 CT.
BOX

SIMON FISHER
LEKVAR

17-0Z.
JAR

Couple Will Entertain
For Temple Vivace Series

THE MAGIC NEEDLE

All cut and freezer wrapped

1-LB.
PKG.

LOCAL NEWS

Reproduce
Any
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As You
Knit

Come in
for our
cheerful
demonstration

24 oz. (1 1/2 lbs.)

FROZEN GEFILTE FISH

with the electronic

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(at reasonable prices)

CHICKEN BREASTS
CHICKEN LEGS
VEAL ROAST

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KING KOLD
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UP TO

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15-OZ.
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60°

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
• ANN ARBOR RD. IN SHELDON PLYMOUTH TWP.

UP TO

90°

[ MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

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

PRICES & ITEMS EFFECTIVE THRU MAR. 7, 1985. NO SALES TO DEALERS.

Prices good 3-1
thru 3-8
BUY A LITTLE,
BUY A LOT.
YOU SAYE EITHER WAY!

NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION
31170 Southfield & 13 Mile Rd. 644-0477

We Also Carry
Gourmet Foods

CORNERS Shopping Center

Monday thru Saturday 10-9, Sunday 12-5

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CHOCOLATE
COVERED
PEANUTS

SUNFLOWER
SEEDS

GO
LIGHTLY
SUGARLESS
CANDIES

$ 2 9 911).

NOW! We have
Cheese and
Lunch Meat.

Husband/wife duo, William
Bolcom and Joan Morris, will be
heard in concert at the Birming-
ham Temple on March 10 at 7:30
p.m. For ticket information, call
Bob Phillips, 661-5633; or Joan
Rose, 543-5912.
The concert is the third of four
annual concerts in the Birming-
ham Temple's Vivace Series. Bol-
com and Joan Morris's repertoire
consists of turn-of-the-century
songs to more recent works, in-
cluding Bolcom's own composi-
tions, via songs of the '20s and
'30s. Represented are such musi-
cians and lyricists as George Ger-
shwin, Cole Porter, Eubie Blake,
Irving Berlin, Leiber and Stoller
and Charles Ives.
Bolcom has studied both in this
country and in Paris with Darius
Milhaud and has won many
awards and fellowships. Since
1973, he has taught composition
at the University of Michigan
School of Music. His orchestral
works have been played interna-
tionally, including his Songs of
Innocence and of Experience, from

the poems of William Blake,
which was premiered last spring
by the Stuttgart Opera and per-
formed subsequently at the Uni-
versity of Michigan with Gustav
Meir conducting.

Morris studied voice on a schol-
arship in Spokane, Wash., and at
the American Academy of
Dramatic Arts in New York. In
1971, with harpist Jay Miller, she
began to appear at the Cafe Car-
lyle, Peacock Alley at the Waldorf
Astoria, and other night spots.
Since 1972 she has given concerts
with her husband.
The husband-wife team have
concertized throughout the
United States and Europe, both in
concert and as soloists with such
major orchestras as the Boston
Symphony, San Francisco Sym-
phony, Rochester Philharmonic,
Grand Rapids Symphony, and
others. They have appeared in De-
troit at the Detroit Institute of
Arts and at Orchestra Hall. They
also have appeared on television
and have recorded many albums.

Strategies Conference
Set For Businesswomen

Strategies '85, the fourth an-
nual conference for women, will
be held at Cobo Hall on March 15
and 16.
"Businesswomen Just Want to
Have Fun" is the theme for this
year's conference.
Keynote speakers include Phyl-
lis George Brown, co-author of the
CBS Morning News; Richard
Simmons, health and fitness ex-
pert; and tennis pro Billie Jean
King.
In addition to the keynote
speakers are numerous national
and local experts such as psychol-
ogist Dr. Gail Parker, Detroit
Ombudsman Marie Farrell-
Donaldson, author Ronna Rom-
ney, columnist Joan Greenfield
and many media stars.
This two day conference, which
is the largest in the United States,
features speeches, seminars and
rap sessions geared to all aspects
of a working woman's life.

Tickets are available through
Ticket World, Hudson's and all
AAA offices and at the door.

Elected To Posts

At its recent meeting, the Oak
Park Chamber of Commerce
elected to its board of directors for
1985: Harvey Shapiro, vice
president of Kiddie-Land; Linda
Serlin, secretary of Livernois
Auto Glass; Paul Tugender, of
Atlas Office Supply; and Dr.
Seymour D. Berman.

Join Cancer Board

Martin R. Goldman, Robert
Naftaly, Linda Solomon and Mary
Lou Zieve have been elected to the
board of trustees of the Michigan
Cancer Foundation.

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