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May 28, 1993 - Image 156

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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Volunteer Network
Aids Service Groups

For Ticket Information
Call 967-3655 or 552-0117

EAT WELL EAT SMART EAT KOSHER AND FOR THE FINEST OF KOSHER PRODUCTS

Look for this emblem and be a name
not a number by shopping at a
member market of the Detroit area
Retail Kosher Meat Dealers
MEMORIAL DAY SPECIALS

EMPIRE FROZEN

Association who sells only the finest of
select kosher products which are
certified kosher by a recognized
Orthodox rabbinical council
SUNDAY, MAY 30th THROUGH FRIDAY, JUNE 4th
WE WILL BE OPEN MAY 31st 9:30 AM - 3 PM

$1 .79nb.

CORNISH HENS

The Volunteer Network of the
Jewish Federation Business
and Professional Women/
Women's Division has sched-
uled opportunities for volun-
teers to assist human service
agencies in the metropolitan
Detroit area.
Participants will spend a
morning landscaping at sev-
eral group homes of JARC
(Jewish Association for Resi-
dential Care for persons with
developmental disabilities)
9:15 a.m.-noon June 6. They
will join volunteers of Federa-
tion's Young Adult Division
for breakfast at the Max M.
Fisher Building.
On June 13, the Volunteer
Network will assist Kadima,
which provides innovative
services to help adults with
psychiatric disabilities re-
enter the community. Partic-
ipants will meet at 10:45 a.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools
building and proceed to the
agency's group home, where
they will help with gardening
and landscaping.
Volunteers also will hold an
afternoon tea party with
senior adults at the Fleisch-
man Residence 1-3:30 p.m.

June 24.
Later in the summer, the
Volunteer Network will visit
the Turning Point shelter for
women and children who
have been victims of domestic
violence, sexual assault or
homelessness, and the Sarah
Fisher home for children age
4-14 who are abused, neg-
lected or emotionally dis-
turbed. Participants also will
help facilitate the Michigan
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
Games (Special Olympics).
For information about up-
coming programs, or to
become involved with the
Volunteer Network, call Ellen
Bean, 642-9557 (no calls on
Shabbat).

Raquela Group
Sets Installation

Raquela Ha _ dassah will hold
its annual installation of of-
ficers for 1993-1994 7 p.m.
June 1. It will be a dinner at
Victor's Novi Inn on Grand
River.
For information, call Cathy
Segel, 851-4638.

EMPIRE FRESH

$1 .39a.

CHICKEN LOWER QUARTERS

EMPIRE FROZEN

$2.29A.

GROUND TURKEY

These Specials Exclusively At...

COHEN'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET

6734 Orchard Lake Road, near Maple
in the West Bloomfield Plaza, West Bloomfield
PHONE 932-3930 & 932-3931

OUR FAMILY HAS BEEN SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY FOR
OVER 70 YEARS, MICHAEL COHEN, OWNER-OPERATOR

STORE HOURS:
Sunday 8:30-5:00
Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 6:00
Friday 9:30 - 3:00

Established 1920

OUR MEMBER MARKETS FEATURE THE FINEST SELECTED EMPIRE KOSHER POULTRY.
BROUGHT IN FRESH DAILY FOR YOU THE CONSUMING PUBLIC TO ENJOY YOUR WAY.

PRODUCE CO.

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD. • W. Bloomfield • 851.9666

OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9 TO 6

SUNDAY 8 TO 3

THE PLACE FOR SMOKED FISH
THE FINEST SMOKED FISH & DELI TRAYS

92

HANDOUT NOVA LOX

Guns 'N Roses
Plays Israel Concert

Tel Aviv (JTA) — More than
50,000 young people, mainly
teen-agers, packed the open-
air auditorium in Tel Aviv's
Hayarkon Park for a concert
by the heavy metal rock
group Guns 'n' Roses.
The Israeli venue was the
kickoff point for the con-
troversial group's 15-nation,
seven-week European tour.
Orthodox elements, head-
ed by Knesset Member
Rabbi Yosef Ba- Gad of the
right-wing Moledet party,
had tried to have the the
rock group banned because
of reports that its members
were drug addicts and thus a
threat to Israeli and Jewish
culture.
The outspoken Mr. Ba-
Gad, who claims he heads
the largest yeshiva in the
world and frequently breaks
into traditional Hebrew
songs, declared in one inter-
view last week that he would
bring to the park "scores of

thousands" of his yeshiva
students "to entertain the
crowd and disrupt the inde-
cent performance."
But the concert went off
quietly, and the hundreds of
regular police and border
police pressed into special
service to deal with an-
ticipated trouble had little to
do.
About 20 youngsters were
halted at the electronic gate
entrances for possession of
drugs or knives.
Beefed-up Magen David
Adom paramedics on duty
were called upon to deal
with some 200 cases of
fainting.
There were two reported
cases of broken limbs among
those in attendance.
The group, headed by Axel.
Rose, arrived in Israel and
was reported by its host, the
Tel Aviv Hilton, to have
behaved over Shabbat in an
"exemplary manner."

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