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August 11, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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FOR SENIORS

SUPERIOR
FISH CO.

JUST ADD SEAFOOD TO MAKE YOUR
DINING TASTEFULLY UNIQUE

* SEAFOOD COOKING DEMONSTRATION *

By Chef Tim Kowalec

Of The Boodles Restaurant
On Saturday, August 19th between 10 A.M. & 12 Noon

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New Zealand

Fresh Daily

ORANGE
ROUGHY
FILLETS

HOMEMADE
SEAFOOD
SALAD

Reg. Price $5.50 lb.

Reg. Price $4.99 lb.

$4 .99

Large Shell On

COCKTAIL
SHRIMP

15-20 ct./lb.
Reg. Price $9.99 lb.

$ 4 A9

WICOUpOn
exp. 8/19/89

$8.99

W/COUp011
exp. 8/19/89

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SUPERIOR FISH CO.
House of Quality

11 Mile

Serving Metropolitan Detroit for Over 40 Years

309 E. 11 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, MI • 541-4632

Ohl& Food

SUGAR

Reg. 39' lb.

NOW

19

lb.

FLOUR

Save
20'
lb.

with $5.00 purchase- 3 lb. limit

Reg. 39' lb.


NOW 10

lb.

Mon.-Wed. 8-5
Thurs. -& Fri. 8-6
Saturday 8-1

Parking in rear

Mon.-Sot. 9-9
Sun. 12 5

Warehous•

.

lb.

wlcoupon
exp. 8/19/89

-

Regular or Quick

OATS

Save
29'
lb.

Reg. 69' lb: .

Save

Now 3 it,..1$1.00 $1.09

with $5.00 purchase-3 lb. limit

TUESDAY IS SENIOR DISCOUNT 9 am-9 pm
Wrapped
GO LIGHTLY VOORTMAN COOKIES

BRACH'S
PIC-A-MIX
CANDIES

Reg, $1.79113.

Save 30`

1.49

Ib.
With Coupon Good Aug. 11-Sept. 1

NOW

Wyandot Chip

Duy 1 $1.59 lb. bag
Get 1 FREE

With Coupon
Bulk Food Worehouse-Expires 8/25/89

Reg. '399 lb. Save $1.00

Reg: $1.49 lb. Save50' lb.

NOW $ 2.99 ' lb.

WALNUT
HALF & PIECES

Reg. $3.99 lb.

Save $2.00 lb.

NOW

$ 4

00

I. 7 7 lb.

We Carry

MOTOR CITY
MUFFINS

All Flavors &
Sugar Free

G-8 (0,

DIP'

with coupon

NOW

99 4

lb.

JOLLY
RANCHERS

Reg. $1.79 lb.

Save 80' lb.

NOW

99 e

lb.

Buy One 4 oz. Cup
or Cone Get One

FREE!

• Non Dairy • No Cholesterol • Kosher
• No Fat • Low Sodium • 9 Calories Per
Ounce

Bulk Food Warehouse - Expires 8/25/89

Orchard 12 Plaza
27885 Orchard Lake Rd. at 12 Mile Rd.

78

FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1989

553-2165

Groups Plan
Senior Events

Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center
has the following movies
scheduled: 10 a.m. today,
Brighton Beach Memoirs;
Aug. 18, Broadway Danny
Rose; Aug. 25, Broadway
Melody of 1938.
The Erev Shabbat program
featuring Cantor Max
Shimansky will take place
12:30 p.m. today. At 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Cantor Shimansky
will discuss Jewish corn-
munities in the United States
and the third part of the
Helen Morgan Story will be
shown.
Senior citizens who live in
Oakland County can be
- issued an identification card
by Oakland Livingston
Human Service Agency. .It en-
titles seniors to receive dis-
. counts. Photographs will be
taken 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednes-
day in the library.
The Widowed Support
Group will sponsor blood
pressure testing by . Shirley
Kramer, 11:15 a.m.
Wednesday.
Jack Ballin, Sam and Mary
Gorlick and Itzhak Percupitz
will entertain the Yiddish
Culture Club at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday.
Abe Gornbein will lead the
Press Review, a current
events group, at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday.
The June trip to the Cat-
skills will have a reunion
1:30 p.m. Thursday.

Wienie Roast
Sing-A-Long

The Jewish Community
Center will hold a wienie
roast and sing-a-long at noon
Aug. 21 at Camp Ruth,
behind the Maple/Drake JCC.
The menu will include
turkey and beef hot dogs (low
salt, low fat).
In case of rain, lunch and
the sing-a-long will take place
in Room 239. Advance reser-
vations are required. There is
a charge.
For information, call Judy
Samson or Marilyn Wolfe,
661-1000.

Retirement
Workshop

The Jewish Community
Center is spOnsoring a free,
two-part retirement workshop
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Aug.
22 at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Building.
Mary Lou Stone, from
Oakland University's Con-
tinuum Center, will address
the changes that retirement

brings to relationships and
lifestyle.
On Aug. 22, .a number of
speakers who will discuss
leisure time activities,
volunteer opportunities, part-
time employment, travel and
special interest groups.
For registration, call JPM,
967-4030.

Support Groups
Are Planned

On Tuesday and Sept. 12,
SPACE will be offering a
widow/widower drop-in dis-
cussion group. Both groups
will run from 7:15 to 9:30 p.m.
Regular drop-in discussion.
groups are held on Wednes-
day nights with topic discus-
sions on alternate weeks.
Drop-in discussion groups are
for the separated, divorced or
widowed, needing a place to
go for support.
For information, call the
SPACE opffice, 258-6606.

.

Home Repair
Help Offered

The Oakland Livingston
Human ServiCe Agency is ac-
cepting applications from low-
income, handicapped and
senior citizens in Oakland
Livingston Counties to have
their homes insulated, win-
dows and/or door repaired or
replaced through Project
Warmth.
For information, call Project
Warmth, 373-7767.

I LOCAL NEWS I

Support Group
Meets Aug. 16

The Southfield-Oak Park
Support Group of the
Michigan Parkinson Founda-
tion will meet 7 p.m. Wednes-
day at McDonnell Towers,
24400 Civic Center Drive,
Southfield. Dr. Peter Lewitt
will discuss new develop-
ments in the treatment of
Parkinsons disease.

.

Survivors'
Picnic, Party

Shaarit Haplaytah and
B'nai B'rith Einstein Lodge
are having a picnic and
splash party noon Aug. 20 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Commuity Center.
Music will be provided by
Eric Rosenow and his Con-
tinentals. A kosher lunch will
be served. Admission is free
for members only.
For reservations, call Sonia
Popowski, 559-3994; or Mrs.
Max Pine, 352-5035.

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