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March 27, 1987 - Image 48

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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I THE PLACE FOR SMOKED FISH

BAGEL DELI
AND PRODUCE

30%

OFF

CUSTOM
FRAMING

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD.

851-9666

West Bloomfield

MON. THRU SAT. 9 to 6

LOCAL NEWS

SUNDAY 8 to 5

FINEST SMOKED FISH AND
DELI TRAYS

WE SPECIALIZE IN

HANDCUT NOVA LOX

fed Grossman

in the Sunset Strip
29528 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield

350-1686

Temple Emanu-El president Stan Finkelstein shows the Torah
to clergy and students attending the sixth annual Passover
workshop fo Christian clergy sponsored by the Jewish
Community Council and Emanu-El's Sisterhood.

Edward Godzina, left, kisses the Torah held by Alan Yost at
the fifth annual Purim party for inner city Jewish residents
sponsored by the Jewish Vocational Service's Project Outreach
and Adat Shalom Synagogue.

AKa4,

••:;,

ROKEACH PASSOVER CHECKLIST

❑ ROKEACH GEFILTE
FISH
❑ Regular
❑ Whitefish & Pike
❑ Whitefish
❑ No Sugar
❑ No Sugar .No MSG
❑ OLD VIENNA
❑ Regular
❑ Whitefish & Pike
❑ Borscht & Shay
❑ Condensed Soups

48

Friday, March 27, 1987

❑ Nyafat & Veg. Oils
❑ Dressings

Reg. & Lo-Cal.

❑ Pickle Products
❑ Spices
❑ Tomato Sauce

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❑ Honey
❑ Fruit Compote
❑ Stewed Prunes

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

❑ Apple Juice
❑ Marshmallows
❑ Potato Chips
❑ Macaroons
❑ Baking Mixes
❑ Candies
❑ Foaming Cleanser
❑ Kosher Soap
❑ Dish Detergent
❑ Silver Polish
0 Candles
PLUS MANY OTHERS

Israeli Woman Subject
OF Midrasha Lecture

The second lecture in the
Midrasha Spring Community
Forum Series will be held on
Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the
LaMed Auditorium of the
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik
Building of the United- He-
brew Schools.
The focus for this year's
lectures is "The Israeli Land-
scape — Conflict and Confu-
sion." The lecture will be
given by Dr. Ilsa Schuster on
"Israeli Women in Social
Change: Forwards or Back-
wards."
In Israel, Dr. Schuster
taught anthropology at the
University of Haifa and was
a research fellow of the Af-
rica Unit of Truman Institte
- of the Hebrew University - of
Jerusalem. In Israel she has
conducted anthropological re-
search on kibbutz women and
on Arab village women. Now
a columnist for KIDMA, the

Dr. Ilsa Schuster

Israel Journal of Develop-
ment, she has served as con-
sultant to the Haifa Museum
of Ethnology, the Berzeli
Medical Center, and the

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