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December 20, 1985 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 20, 1985

FROM MEXICO WITH PRIDE
FOR THE MAN WHO DESERVES THE BEST!

ALL FALL & WINTER
MERCHANDISE

up to

Rabbi Caminker
To Speak Here

75% OFF

Located at Kitty Wagner's Salon

Hunters Square

, 851-5766

Orchard Lake Rd. & 14 Mile

Tues.-Sot. 10 to 5:30 p.m.

Wed. 10 to 9 p. m.

WANTED

Traditional Jewish Families
And Individuals To Join
Our Exciting And Growing
"Shul Family"

SAN ANDRES TOBACCO
LONG FILLER
HAND MADE

IMPORTED

TANK LITE $7 77

Bais Chabad of Farmington Hills
invites you to share with us
a festive Shabbat and Tu B'Shevat.

Housing and meals will be provided within walking dis-
tance to the synagogue. For further information call:

Susie Rosenzveig 478-3921

20000 West Ten Mile Road (off Lodge Fwy.)
Southfield, Michigan 48075

356-4600

Joanne Zuroff 626-8957

Look for this emblem

Look for this emblem

Member markets of the Detroit
Area Kosher Retail Meat
Dealers Association

SUN., DEC. 22nd thru THURS., DEC. 26th

Fresh Frozen

ROCK CORNISH HENS . . . . . .

1.39 lb.

Oven Ready

SMOKED TURKEY DRUMSTICKS 1.29

Fresh seafood

for eleacivq-
dinn0 Menus.-

-RA 4- hxys, poicke4,,,

sdawtopi l hot 1, 1017s d'OI.A.vreS for ietOlibtay

brunches and cocktalig...

butters,

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The perfec4
giff baskets.
for Seafood (wets,

re 1
and more

Detroiter Wins
Bowling Prize

.“ •

Ati
SEAFOOD MARKET The sianclo4 of (Maley.

4)

GARRY OUT• FRESH 56A FOOD • CATCK
yy95 brow( Rivet,

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7pm

Think Koiher

Cohen & Son Kosher Meat Market
26035 Coolidge, Oak Park
Dexter Davison Kosher Meat Market
24160 Coolidge, Oak Park
Harvard Row Kosher Meat Market
21180 W. 11 Mile Rd., Southfield

Franklin Kosher Meat
5554 Drake Rd., W. Bloomfield
Louis Cohen & Sons
New Orleans Kosher Meat Market
15600 W. 10 Mile, Southfield
Singer's Kosher Meat Market
13721 W. 9 Mlle, Oak Park

Think Kosher

WE WISH OUR MANY
FRIENDS A HEALTHY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR!

L. JayS0x 4Upli ....J

Shrimp plaffers, smoked

lb.

THESE SPECIALS ONLY AT YOUR
MEMBER MARKETS OF THE DETROIT
AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT DEALERS
ASSOCIATIONS LISTED BELOW

qiiel3eacisitess a.ake"

David Silverman of Detroit
captured third place in the
Hoinke Super Classic Tourna-
ment held last month in Cincin-
nati.
In a singles elimination match
game held at Western Bowl,
Silverman beat 766 bowlers
from all over the United States
and Canada. He is the son of
Merle and Selma Silverman of
Detroit.

The Ultimate SmOke Shop

r Think Kosher —1

Rabbi Harold F. Carninker, of
Temple Chai, Long Grove, Ill.,
will occupy the pulpit of Temple
Israel at 8 p.m. today, when his
nephew, Adam David Brown,
will observe his bar mitzvah.
For Rabbi Caminker, it will
be homecoming as he returns to
speak at the congregation in
which he grew up.
The son of Jack Caminker, a
past president of Temple Israel,
and Eve Caminker will speak on
"Coming of Age."
He is a graduate of Michigan
State University and was or-
dained at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion in Cincinnati.
The spiritual leader of Temple
Chai since 1984, Rabbi
Caminker was installed in
ceremonies conducted by Temple
Israel's Rabbi M. Robert Syme.
He had previously served pul-
pits Olympia Fields, Ill.,
Gadsden, Ala. and Bayonne,
N.J, He also participated in a
year-long residential intern pro-
gram at Alexandria, Va., while
a rabbinical student._
Since going to Long Grove, a
suburb of Chicago, Rabbi
Caminker has been named
chairman of the college commit-
tee of the Chicago Association of
Reform Rabbis.
He is also active in inter-faith
activities in the Chicago area,
and serves on the rabbinic staff
of the Olin-Sang Ruby Institute
Camp of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Adam is the son of Marcia
and Lawrence Brown.

Humidor One

January 24-25

Rabbi Harold Caminker

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