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March 27, 1987 - Image 52

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

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NOW . . . at your service

JOB HUNTING?

SONNY BRASS

"All that the name implies."

formerly of Progressive Cleaners

Changing careers? Re-
entering the workforce? Feel
you are too old, inexperi-
enced, not sure of what job
you want or should be look-
ing for? Not satisfied with cur-
rent employment?

• Draperies
• Bedspreads
• Blankets (cleaned or laundered)
• Window Shades
• Lampshades
• Pillows
• Venetian Blinds

(cleaned. retaped & re-corded)
estimates
pick-e.
■ delivery

Can't seem to get interviews?

FREE

Any other items you may have —
if it con be cleaned, well clean it
and clean it properly

Phone for "all that the name implies"

Israel's Water
Dilemma Probed

We have helped many clients solve these and other
career problems since 1974. Mail your resume, or bet-
ter yet, phone anytime to set up a no obligation, pri-
vate orientation session to see how we can help you.

OPERATING THE NEW
AND IMPROVED
SERVICE

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LOCAL NEWS

LOU ELLMAN ASSOCIATES

- -- CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE AND USE FOR SHOPPING LIST"

14805 Lincoln, Oak Park, MI 48237
(313) 968-8770

(not an employment agency)

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APPLE
JUICE

MEAT

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MEMBER MARKETS OF THE
DETROIT AREA KOSHER RETAIL
MEAT DEALERS ASSOCIATION

Dr. Menahem Rebhun

PASSOVER SPECIALS

SUNDAY, MARCH 29 THRU THURSDAY, APRIL 2

A delicious Passover
is in the bag with

,

EMPIRE

TURKEY WINGS ..

SPECIAL VALUE

. . .69 c lb.

EMPIRE

GROUND TURKEY .. .

A GREAT BUY . .

$

I 89 lb.

EMPIRE

SIEASCIN®

BRAND

CHICKEN & TURKEY
SUPER SPECIAL
FRANKS

99c

lb.

YOU CAN DEPEND ON OUR MEMBER MARKETS!

ENDORSED BY THE g
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

CANNED FISH
—Norwegian Sardines
—Portuguese Sardines
—Tomato Sardines
—Sprats
—Kipper Snacks
—Fillets of Mackerel
—Salmon
—Tuna Fish
DRIED FRUITS
—Prunes
—Mixed Fruit
—Apricots
—Pears
—Peaches
—Diced Fruit Mix
—Figs
—Raisins
CANDY & SNACKS
—Fruit Slices
—Potato Chips
JUICES
—Grapefruit Juice
—Tomato Juice
—Grape Juice

—Apple Juice
—Cranberry Juice
—Prune Juice
FRUITS
—Cranberry Sauce
—Compote
—Stewed Prunes
—Grapefruit Sections
—Peaches
—Fruit Cocktail
—Pears
—Sliced Pineapple
—Apple Sauce
VEGETABLES
—Mushrooms
—Tomato Paste
—Tomato Sauce
—Asparagus
—Beets
—Carrots
—Potatoes
—Tomatoes
—Sweet Potatoes
DRESSINGS
—Horseradish

—French Dressing
—Italian Dressing
—Russian Dressing
—Vegetable Oil
—"Creamy Garlic"

CONDIMENTS
—Mayonnaise
—Catsup
—Cider Vinegar
—Horseradish

SYRUPS
—Chocolate Syrup
—Pancake Syrup

PRESERVES
—Grape
—Cherry
—Strawberry
—Raspberry
—Orange Marmalade
—Honey

KITCHEN PRODUCTS
—Detergent
—Steel Wool Soap Pads

—INSTANT MASHED POTATOES
—IMPORTED OLIVES STUFFED WITH ALMONDS
AND REAL PIMENTOS
—BROOK TROUT—CREAMY ITALIAN DRESSING

GOOD TASTE IS ALWAYS IN

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Distributed nationally through Season Products Corp., Irvington,

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Friday, March 27, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COHEN & SON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

FRANKLIN
KOSHER MEAT

Jack Cohen
26035 COOUDGE
Oak Park

Don Barden • Milt Burg
5554 DRAKE RD.
West Bloomfield

DEXTER-DAVISON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

HARVARD ROW
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

BERNARD & SONS
KOSHER MEATS & DELI

NEW ORLEANS
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

Eugene Feldman
25760 COOUDGE
Oak Park

John Katz
217800 W. 11 MILE RD.
Southfield

Bernard Rayber • Andy Rayber
29214 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Farmington Hills

Michael Cohen & Allan Cohen
15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
Southfield

SINGER'S KOSHER MEATS

Phillip Swarin
13521 W. 9 Mile Rd. • Oak Park

OUR MEMBER MARKETS USE ONLY
THE FINEST OF KOSHER MEATS &
POULTRY CUT FRESH DAILY, NOT
PREPACKAGED AND DISPLAYED FOR
YOU -- THE DISCRIMINATING CUS-
TOMER --TO SELECT. BE A NAME, NOT
Y SHOPPING AT YOUR
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2 WEEKS TO PASSOVER
SHOP EARLY!

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ID I E S A SOICRS

"Israel's Water Problem"
will be discussed by Dr.
Menahem Rebhun at the
American Technion Society,
Detroit Chapter, meeting to
be held at the United Hebrew
Schools, on Wednesday at
7:45 p.m.
The program chairman will
be Edwin G. Siegel, a con-
sulting mechanical engineer.
Dr. Rebhun is professor of
the Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology, division of
environmental and water re-
sources engineering.
He has published 76 arti-
cles in scientific and
engineering periodicals and
journals dealing with his re-
search in water quality man-
agement and treatment, ad-
vanced wastewater treatment
processes and the renovation
and reuse for agriculture and
industry.
He has been involved in
the engineering, besides the
developments in Israel of
water treatment projects in
Brazil, Ecuador, Ghana,
Nigeria and Turkey. He is an
executive board member,
Technion Research and De-
velopment Foundation. Dr.
Rebhun received his educa-
tion at the Technion and the
University of California. Cur-
rently he is visiting professor
at Virginia Polytechnic Insti-
tute.
The public is invited. There
is no charge.

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Learning Disabilities
Conference

"Developing Competen-
cies," a learning disabilities
conference for parents, pro-
fessionals and persons with
learning disabilities, will be
held 9 a.m. April 4, at Or-
chard Ridge campus, Oakland
Community College, Far-
mington Hills.
For information, call the
Association for Children and
Adults with Learning Dis-
abilities, 356-1602.

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