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November 30, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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CANS Project Still Needs Food, Volunteers, Spokesman Says

Despite the need expressed who helped organize the
by a number of distressed community project, CANS,
Detroit Jews, there are not Cans Against Needless Star-
enough canned goods being vation.
Foods, as well as cleaning
donated to meet the demand,
according to Sheila Ordin, supplies, are among the



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CANTONESE-AMERICAN
RESTAURANT

OPEN
7 DAYS

Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Sat., 11 a.m. - 12 mid.
Sun., 12 Noon - 10 p.m.

• DAILY LUNCHEONS • FINE DINNERS
• COMPLETE CARRY OUT

29295 SOUTHFIELD Just North of 12 Mile
357-4321
IN THE FARRELL'S PLAZA

Enjoy the New and Different
Tantalizing Tastes of

41563 W. 10 MILE off

HOURS:
Mon. thru Thurs.
11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
11 to 12 midnight
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.

River (In The Novi Plaza)

Grand

349-9260

NOVI, MICH.

■ •

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• •


• ♦



• Juicy B-B-Q Ribs
• Tender Tasty Chicken
• Tangy Pizza
• Assorted Seafood

ORDERS TAKEN
ALL
OCCASION PARTIES

SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME•
DINNER
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES*

544.1240

In The Greenfield Center
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
Oak Park



BOBBY LAUREL

IS DOWNTOWN FOR THE
WEEKEND—FRIDAY & SATURDAY

IN THE

LEA

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PARIS (ZINS)—"T7N Reso-
lution 242 does not obligate
us to recognize Israel, only
her border s," Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat was
quoted as saying in a talk
with Lebanese Premier Al-
Din-al-Sulat.
The French paper, Laur-
aine Le Jour, states that
Sadat said, "Each side will
be duty-bound to refrain
from disturbing the territory
and borders of the ()tiler —
but nothing more."
He declared the Egyptians
will under no circumstances
establish diplomatic or com-
mercial relations with Israel.
Said Sadat, "It is neither
necessary nor even desirable
that the Arab nations should
recognize Israel."

Free Basketballs

ROO

at LELAND HOUSE Cass & Bagley

• DANCING
• COCKTAILS

VALET PARKING

COVER CHARGE

Reservations

Rabbi Karpol Bender
in Top Bar-Ilan Post

Peaceful Borders
Don't Mean Israel
Recognition—S,adat

INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY

25226 GREENFIELD RD.

ised that those who con-
tribute their time to the ef-
fort will derive much pleas-
ure from their "mitzva,"
For information, call Mrs.
Ordin, 353-9463, or Dennis
Rice, Bnai Brith diregtor,
354-6100.

RAMAT-GAN—Rabbi Kar-
pol Bender is new executive
vice chairman of the Inter-
national Board of Overseers
of Bar-Ilan University. Ac-
cording to the chancellor,
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, he
will oversee all the activities
of the university abroad and
the relationship of the uni-
versity to Jewish communi-
ties in the Diaspora. The
chairman of the international
board of overseers is Dr.
Joseph Burg, Israel minister
of the interior.

AH WOK

Specializing in
Cantonese and
Mandarin Cuisine
Unique Dishes Direct
Front New York

items being collected for dis-
tribution to families and in-
dividuals who have request-
ed the service. Cooperative
Council of the League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions coordinated the list, and
Bnai Brith Metropolitan De-
troit Council volunteered the
use of storage space at its
headquarters, 21711 W. 10
Mile, Southfield. Deliveries
can be deposited there.
If enough food is donated,
recipients will receive — on
a confidential basis — de-
liveries once a month, Mrs.
Ordin said.
She added that there is a
vital need for volunteers to
make deliveries and prom-

Accepted

962-2300

Detroit Pistons will offer a
basketball free to all boys
and girls, age 16 and under,
who purchase a reserved seat
ticket in the lower arena for
the Detroit Pistons game
with the Philadelphia 76ers
Dec. 14 at Cobo Arena.
Tickets are available at
Cobo Arena, the major J. L.
Hudson stores, all Sears
stores and Grinnell's down-
town.

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL
TRA Y
CATERING

6 Meats, Pot. Salad, Cole
Slaw, 3 Types of Pickles,
Block & Green Olives, Bread,
Mustard, Etc.

per person

We Use Vienna-Wilno
Products

ELIOT FULLER'S

LOUIS &
LEINOFF

22—Friday, Nov. 30, 1973

THE b..

firaurbria

CONTINENTAL CUISINE in a majestic Atmosphere

An Historic Landmark
Reservations Welcome Except Friday and Saturday Evenings

Tues. Thru Fri., Lunch 11:30,2:30
Sat. 5:30-10 p.m.

Dinner 5:30-10 p.m.
Sun. 2-8 p.m.

145 N. CENTER ST. (Sheldon) Bet. 7 & 8 Mile

Northville

KONEE'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT

"The Finest Food For The Nicest People"

2150 WoodWard, Cor. S1uare Lake Rd.

AUTHENTIC

GREEK SALADS

COMPLETE MENU

15315 W. 7 Mile Rd.

INCLUDES . . . STEAKS,
LASAGNA, SEAFOOD,
SHISH KABOB, ETC.

WE BAKE OUR OWN PASTRIES

Catch the Coach & Four any night.

If you're looking for a great time, catch the Coach and Four any night. We
serve drinks that're stupendous. And food that's memorable.
Like Shrimp Tempura. Or, your favorite steak. All at prices that won't
spoil the fun. From $5.10. And now, we've set your evening to music.
The kind you can only get from the one, the only Bob Hawkin. His
sophisticated piano sets the mood Monday through Saturday
from 6 (when you're cocktailing) until midnight ( when you're romancing. )

Our Sunday best.
The best-of-everything brunch.

We bedeck our buffet with finery. Like everything you'd ever want for
breakfast. And even a few surprises that make you glad you're
hungry. Come as you are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for
under-twelves. From 8 a.m.
Prefer a Sunday sit-down dinner? You've got it. Or rather, we've got it. And
you get it by stopping in from 5:30 to 10:30. Mom and Dad choose
our special dinner at $3.50. And kids with minds of their own about
food order from a menu of their own. All their big favorites. At little prices.

It takes 50 years to throw a party

Don't let
Coach &Four
you.
leave without:
_

$7.10

Each day we fly in three kinds of
fresh fish. It could be white or
scrod, trout or bass, snapper or
salmon. Broiled to your liking.

Glass of Wine .45
Fresh Pastry .45

Choose from our sweet
table pastries pre-
pared each day
by our chef.

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18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

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SOUTHFIELD 358-1336 .„/

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Don't let anybody practice on your party. Throw your party
our way and get the finest facilities, food, drink and service. And we'll
throw in 50 years of hosting experience. At no extra cost. Get your
ball rolling by calling our party planner, Carol Berner, at 357-4700.

TRY THIS MENU

Fresh Fish

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(N oe Lt geater)

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DELICATESSEN

BR 3-5914

349_4885

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NORTHLAND INN

21000 Northwestern Hwy. / 357-4700

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