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August 30, 1985 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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Friday, August 30, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

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

e bruce m. weiss

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

.

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops
Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

(at reasonable prices)

LAMB SHOULDER

12-14 lbs

$1.99

lb.

including 14-16 lamb chops, 2-3 lbs.lamb stew meat (sliced and pack-
aged for the freezer)
Empire #1

FROZEN PULITZERS
CHICKEN LEGS

41/2-5 lbs.

$1.29
890

353-1424

lb.
m.

Many More Specials In- Our Self Service Counter
Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

FRONT
DISC
BRAKES

ANNOUNCEMENT

KOSHER CARRY-OUT SPECIAL
FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS

L 5t9
upo,,
Regular
$69.95

Semi-Metallic
pada extra

COMPLETE
TRADITIONAL DINNER $ 1

0
JEWEL KOSHER CATERERS

,

Delivery Available
CALL PHIL TEWEL FOR ALL YOUR CATERING NEEDS

661-4050 or 855-3886

Under Supervision Council of Orthodox Rabbis

LOCAL NEWS

New Pads • New Seals
Turn Rotors • Road Test : *
Repack Bearings

BIRMINGHAM TIRE

K1104 S. Woodward, Birmingham
mer

1D STONE M 642.3288

Empire Kosher...
a HohdayTradition

Tam Will Honor Kahn

D. Dan Kahn of Birmingham,
general chairman of Metro De-

troit State of Israel Bonds for
the past two years and long
time activist for the State of Is-
rael, has been selected by the
government of Israel to receive
its "Gates of Jerusalem Medal"
at the Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club Israel Bond Dinner.
The club's 13th annual event
for Israel Bonds will be held at
7 p.m. Sept. 21 in the Tam ban-
quet room.
One of a few men to be hon-
ored twice by the State of Israel,
Kahn previously served for sev-
eral years as president and
board chairman of Detroit's
American Technion Society as
well as past president of Tam-
O-Shanter Country Club.
Founder of one of America's
largest industrial supply com-
panies, for over thirty years
Kahn has helped develop trade
between Israel's emerging fac-
tories and the industries of the
United States.
The honoree was born in
Youngstown, Ohio, and has
lived in Michigan for over 50
years. Kahn attended Western
Michigan and Wayne State
Universities where he majored
in speech and drama. He served
in the United States Air Force
as a B-29 engineer during World
War II.
While in the Air Force, he
also served as the editor of the
Tail Spinner, one of the largest

D. Dan Kahn

Air Force papers in the United
States, and as the director, pro-
ducer, writer and star of three
different shows for the Western
Flying Training Command.
Since 1958, Kahn, president of
Production Tool Co., has been
active in developing the small
tool trade between Israel and
industrial firms in the United
States and was one of the origi-
nal importers of products from
Israel.
Herb Rechter, a past Tam-0-
Shanter Israel Bond honoree, is
chairman of the 1986 event.
For dinner reservations and
information, call the Israel Bond
office, 557-2900.

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Schubed Topic Of Club

television, in New York's Town
Hall, an has collaborated with na-
tionally known orchestra conduc-
tors; has soloed and orchestras in
the United States and Canada;
has appeared at Meadow Brook
and Cranbrook Music Festivals.
A nominal fee is charged for
•guests. For information, call
President Conies Rosenberg,
543-3095.
The music study club's choral
group is seeking singers.
For an audition, contact direc-
tor Treva De Jong, 542-7814, or
chairman Ann Ross, 544-2589.
Rehearsals are every Monday
at 10 a.m. at the Southfield Civic
Center, Room 224, starting Sept.
9.

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Holiday times --
are family times!



What better way to enjoy your holiday with family and friends
than to gather around a bountiful holiday table set with all the
festive foods of the season. including a big, beautiful Empire
Turkey or Roasting Chicken? You'll be a part of the tradition
of quality and good eating enjoyed by families like yours for

over three generations!

Ern** Iusher...

The Guaranteed Kosher Turkey and Roasting Ghickenl

by:

OMR, IV

Op fell =ANL

AN
ilirdifirawradiy
ONO NM.

Roger Jamison as Franz Schubert

Music Study Club of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will hold its opening
meeting on Sept. 10 at 12:15 p.m.
at the Birmingham Temple.
Roger Jamison, singer and
composer, will present his one
man characterization of the Aust-
rian composer, Franz Schubert in
costume. Jamison will relate and
recreate some of the experiences

that molded the composer's life,
Many of the piano pieces and
amp will be performed.
Jamison received both his
bachelor and master's degrees
from Ohio State University and
has done _poetirsduste work at
Oberlin Conservatory of Music

and Oakland University,
ifs has appeared on national

BUSINESS

GREG SHOES of Farmington
has relocated to the Evergreen
Plaza, 12 Mile and Evergreen,
Southfield, The store specializes

in prescriptionfitting, dance wear
and shoos for the whole family,

HINNIMILET FOOD CORP. bas
produced round cbsliot, with and
without raisins, for the MO
Holidays,

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