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May 24, 1985 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-24

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60

Friday, May 24, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

DESIGNER SHOE OUTLET

BRAND NAME
SHOES & BOOTS

Crtin

rrr71

(at reasonable prices)

RIB STEAK
Whole CHUCK

(everything sliced & pckg'd for the freezer.)

ANY CUT ROAST TRIM
CHICKEN LEGS

SAVE UP TO 75%!

HUNTERS SQUARE Next to loeimarm's
Orchard Lk & 14, Farm. Hills
8514190
SOUTHFIELD PLAZA
551-0062

$2.59 lb.

990

Plastic Surgeons Speak
For Women's Luncheon

AT DISCOUNT PRICES!

$2.99 lb.
$1.39 lb.

All cut and freezer wrapped.

FOR WOMEN

For Men & women

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
GLATT KOSHER MEATS ADAS

lb.

Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter

bruce m. weiss

Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Jewelers

[26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

BERNARD AND SON

Southeast corner Nor hwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

KOSHER MEATS & DELI

UNDER THE SUPERVISION
of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

FRESH FRYERS whole or cut up
EXTRA LEAN BEEF PATTIES

Lean Fresh Frozen

VEAL PATTIES

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

$ 11 39m.

PAPER CHASE

$ 1 11.

Invitations

COMPLETE DELI COUNTER

20%-30%

PARTY TRAY - GRADUATION
Super Special

FREE

I

Sophie
353-7641

29214 Orchard Lake Road
South of 13 Mile Rd.

in The Roman Plaza

Lesley
or 855-9666

ONE OF A KIND
CUSTOM DESIGNS

Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Pickles

Free Delivery; Mon.-Thurs. 8-6, Sun. 8-4
OPEN FRI. 8 2
Closed this Fri.-Mon. for Shavuos
and will reopen Tues. at 8 a.m.

off

DIAMONDS
14K GOLD JEWELRY

Roast Beef
Turkey Breast

ONLY 4.50 per person
HOT BAR-B-QUE CHICKENS DAILY

851-2788

CITIZEN WATCHES

I BUY DIRECT & SAVE I

EXPERT JEWELRY & WATCH REPAIR

CASTINGS • MOLDS • WAX WORK

STONE RINGS • PENDANTS • EARRINGS

JOEL A. KABER

CREATIVE JEWELRY

V
_ ISA'

968-6640

-

master charge

21700 GREENFIELD • OAK PARK
GREENFIELD PLAZA, SUITE 378
BETWEEN 8 A 9 MILE RDS.

SHABAT
SHALOM
CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 8:29 P.M.

DON HERMANN
PICKLES

FEINBERG
FRANKS or KNOCKS

90'

.

40

SAVE

50'

GOODMANS ONION
SOUP MIX

MOTHERS
MARGARINE

1-LB.
79
PKG.
IN QTRS

9940

3TORZ.

SAVE

OZ. 69

Dr. Jeffrey Colton

Just Returned From Show
New and Exciting

$23 1

Featuring
Corned Beef
Pastrami
Pickled Tongue B.B.Q. Chicken

353-142

SAVE

UP TO

2 CT

59t

.

BOX

SAVE
UP TO

36'

40'

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.

PRICES & ITEMS EFFECTIVE THRU MAY 30, 1985. NO SALES TO DEALERS.

[ MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.

SUNDAY

8 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

.

Southwoods Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold its an-
nual installation luncheon at the
Bingham Farms home of Mr. and
Mrs. David Hermelin at 11:30
a.m. June 11.
The program, "Faces of the
1980s," will feature guest speak-
ers, plastic surgeons Drs. G. Jan
Beekhuis and Dr. Jeffrey Colton.
Dr. Beekhuis is a professor at
Wayne State University Medical
School and a member of the staff
at Henry Ford Hospital Ambula-
tory Surgical Unit. Dr. Colton is a
clinical instructor at the Univer-
sity of Michigan Medical Center
and a member of the staff at
Henry Ford Hospital.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Dorothy Superstine;
Vice President - Honor Roll, Be-
verly Wiatrak; Vice President -
Special Projects, Co - Chairmen
Shirley Glicker and Alice Ragins;
Vice President - Membership,
Shirley Levin; Vice President -
Re-enrollment, Helen Urnovitz;
Vice President - Program, Sherry
Kaye; Vice President - Education,
Judy Lawson; Treasurer, Sharon
Klein; Financial Secretary, Betty
Harrison; Recording Secretary,
Dorothy Green; Corresponding
Secretary, Donna Goren; and Par-
liamentarian, Eadie Zeldes.
Board members to be installed
are: Ann Benderoff, Blanche
Brant, Millie Zivov, Debbie
Silber, Susan Salesin, Ann
Baruch, Muriel Jacobs, Frieda
Langnas, Jeanette Solway, Be-
verly Bennett, Barbara Bensman,

ORT Delegates
At Convention

Michigan Region, Women's
American ORT, sent several dele-
gates to the recent District VII
convention held in Cleveland.
Delegates were: President,
Harriet Jacobson; Lois Sandberg,
Paula Glazier, Maxine Roten-
berg, Sharon Corlin, Shirley Sil-
verman, Nancy Weiner, Denise
Diskin, Joanne Denn, Arlene
Barris, Myrna Tureff, Lois
Greenberg, Suzanne Berman,
Dorothy Superstine, Barbara
Bensman, Gertrude Brainin, Bea
Cohen, Sheir Smith, Sue Robin-
son, Cindy Franklin, Diane Ber-
lingberg, Sylvia Bernstein, Avren
Strager, Sherry Tanner, Hortense
Falk, Esther Greenhouse and
Susan Tobin.

Dr. G.. Jan Beekhuis

Doris Zak, Ruth Plotnik, Joyce
Furman, Milly Kovan, Reva
Zeme, Doreen Hermelin, Judith
Shelden, Elsie Rapoport, Millie
Rosenbaum, Lillian Sarver, Shir-
ley Caplan, Diane Posar and Luba
Majzels. Serving on the board
with them are Past Presidents
Joanne Denn, Lois Sandberg,
Joan Weintraub, Ms. Zeldes,
Suzie Walters and Janet Rosman.
For reservations, call Ms.
Klein, 352-1331; or Ms. Salesin,
626-5406. There is a charge.

JVS Has Special
Program For Women

Through a grant from the
Michigan Department of Labor,
Office of Women and Work,
Jewish Vocational Service and
Community Workshop, a non-
sectarian agency, announces the
fourth year of its displaced
homemaker program for indi-
viduals from Wayne and Oakland
counties.
Displaced homemakers are
women who, through divorce,
separation, widowhood or disabil-
ity of spouse, have lost their
source of economic support.
This special on-going program
offers vocational assessment,
vocational counseling, job seeking
skills and job placement assis-
tance. Women who need to be-
come financially self-sufficient,
who need help in entering the job
market after many years in the
home, are invited to apply.
Eligibility is based on marital
and employment status. There
are no income guidelines.
Interested applicants should
call Sherri Lumberg or Louise
George at Jewish Vocational
Service and Community Work-
shop, 967-0500.

Women's Health
Seminar Offered

"Women's Health Through the
Life Cycle," a seminar sponsored
by Harper-Grace Hospitals and
Southfield's Human Resource
Department, will be presented
Tuesday, at 7 p.m., in the South-
field Civic Center's City Council
chambers.
The free seminar requires pre-
registration. For information,
contact Harper-Grace Hospital's
community health programming,
494-8983.

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