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February 14, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-14

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Friday, February 14, 1975 31

THE DETKOIT JEWISH NEWS

'

NEWLY REMODELED

GREAT SOUP & CHILI

Women's Division Records Rise
in Pledges Over 1974 Campaign

21 GREAT SANDWICHES

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Open Til 2 a.m. Fri. & Sat.
Til Midnight Sun. Thru Thurs.

Parties For Any Occasion

PURPLE PleKEE

24752 SOUTHFIELD RD. at 10 Mile

557-2360

FOR CARRY-OUTS & TRAYS

"Thanks for telling me!"

MAMA ZELDA'S
ALSO HAS
CARRY-OUT!

Or-

1559-87171




1.59 •

LUNCHES

from

SQUARE PIZZA (With Double Cheese)
SPAGHETTI (With Choke of 6 Gourmet Sauces
HAMBURGERS • STEAKS • SALADS
MINESTRONE SOUP • DELICIOUS DESSERTS

IN OUR DINING ROOM

ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI

YOUR CHOICE OF 6 SAUCES

.

• BUTTER & GARLIC
• MEAT
• WHITE CLAM
• MEAT BA
Pet
9
• MUSHROOMS & GREEN PEPPERS • RED CLAM $ 2 7
pars. • •

CHILDREN 12 & UNDER $1.59

LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY

Southfield Rd. N. of 12 Mile

559-8717

'In the Farrell's Plaza

Hours: Mon.-Th., 11-10. Fri. & Sat. 11-12 Mid.
Sunday, 1-9 p.M.

Fe-

LANDMARK
RESTAURANT

25900 GREENFIELD at Lincoln

IN THE GREEN-LINCOLN BLDG., OAK PARK

968-1150

BREAKFAST
SPECIALS

Mon. Thru Fri., 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

2 Eggs, Toast & Jelly, Orange Juice
1. and Coffee
Hot Cakes with Butter & Syrup, Choice
of all breakfast meats, or Hamburg
• Pattie; Orange Juice and Coffee.
Delmonico Steak with 2 Eggs, Hash s
Browns, Toast and Jelly, Orange Juice
• and Coffee.
2 Eggs, 2 Hot Cakes, Orange Juice
and Coffee.

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DINNER SPECIAL

SAT. & SUN. ONLY 12 noon to 10 p.m.

BAKED CHICKEN

Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable, $ 2
Dinner Rolls & Butter

29



EVERYDAY SPECIAL
OPEN FACE 8 OZ. STEAK SANDWICH
With French Fries
$ 1•99
LARGE
OPEN 7 DAYS

-

3 DAILY
SPECIALS

11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

VARIETY

ON

CHILDREN'S
' MENU

SUN. - THURS.
7 a.m. - 1 a.m.
FRI. & SAT.
24 HOURS

TEL-12
KONEY ISLAND
CATERING

MORE INFORMATION CALL-1

.

arlene Borman, right, hosted the Jewish Welfare Federa-
_
M
tion Women's Division's $250 minimum contribution dessert
luncheon at her Birmingham home at which the women raised
30 percent more in pledges than in 1974. Shown with Mrs. Bor-
man are, from left: Dulcie Rosenfeld, adviser; Edith Mit-
tenthal, chairman of the meeting; and Janet Levine, executive
vice chairman of the meeting.
* • *

The Jewish. Welfare Federa-
tion's women's division saw an
increase in pledges made over
1974 at the division's recent
$250 minimum contribution
dessert luncheon held recently
at the Birmingham home of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Borman.
Speaking at the meeting was
Jeanne Daman Scaglione, who
recounted her wartime experi-
ences as a non-Jew in Belgium
who sheltered Jews from the
Nazis.
Meanwhile, the women's divi-
sion has invited 700 volunteers
to the 1975 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund
Women's Division Phonogift
Rally. The women will be
briefed for their solicitation of
contributions during Phonogift
week, Feb. 23-March 2.
The rally will be held 9:30'
a.m. Wednesday in the United
Hebrew Schools LaMed Audi-
torium.
During Phonogift Week vol-
unteers will reach 10,000 fami-
lies in the Detroit Jewish com-
munity and request
contributions for the 1975 AJC-
IEF which benfits nearly 50 lo-
cal, national and overseas agen-
cies.
A clerical corps of volunteers
will mail pledge envelopes to

Benediction
Over
Bread

The benediction over bread is
pronounced in the present tense
instead of the past tense (e.g.,
"who bringest forth bread from
the earth"?)
Some claim that the infinitive
form is implied by this expres-
sion which would indicate the
past, present and even future.
This is said to indicate that to
the Almighty, unlike man, past,
present and future are one. It is
only man, because of his lim-
ited perspective in time, that
has to separate the three time
slots. Some claim that the ex-
pression includes the future
because it is believed that in the
future the Almighty will pro-
vide man with finished bread
from the earth so as to elimi-
nate his toil in bringing the raw
grain into the form of an edible
loaf. This, they claim, was the
way in which Adam received his
bread in the Garden of Eden.
Perhaps the great advances in
automation may be the Almigh-
ty's way of bringing man closer
to the realization of such a Mes-
sianic Era.

looks. not well tp.himself

that looks not ever.

contriburors. Phone pledges
will also be picked' up during
the week and for a few days fol-
lowing by a volunteer motor
corps.
Phonogift chairman Marion
Pierce said motor corps volun-
teers will wear identification
when they pick up contribu-
tions from those who have
pledged...
Execuilve vice chairman,
Harriet Dunsky said, "Volun-
teers are still needed, both to
call and drive. Anyone wish-
ing to help may call, Lois
Brown, at the women's divi-
sion office, 965-3939."
Phonogift begins with a 10
a.m. - 2 p.m. session Feb 23, and
weekday calling hours will be 9
a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 3 p.m. - 5:30
p.m. and. 6:45 p.m. - 9 p.m.
There will be no calls made on
Friday and Saturday.
Phonogift leadership includes
Audrey Koloff and Bernice
Mahler, day directors; Bea
Rowe, briefing chairman; Suz-
anne Hopp, clerical chariman
and Harriet Colman clerical co-
chairman; Dorothy Karbel, and
Barbara Marcuse, special han-
dling chairmen; Janice
Schwartz, motor corps chair-
man; Doreen Sabin, motor
corps co-chairman; and Doris
Priver and Annette Silverman,
post Phonogift chairmen.
Ruth Broder is 1975 women's
division campaign chairman,
and Shirley Harris is president
of the Division.

MOVIE
GUIDE

357-5454

e

DINING and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.

COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

1 008 N. WOODWARD

AT 11V2 MILE RD.

LENNIE

"The Voice"

RANDALL

at the

543-2626

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Piano Bar

GET ON THE RIGHT TRACK!
I OPEN AFTER REMODEUNG

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
'SAME GREAT MENU!

OUR FAMOUS "BIG" TYME SANDWICHES
•CHARBURGERS • STEAK 11.-EGGS

• DELICATESSEN

DESSERT FANTASIES . . . ALSO. CREAM
PASTRIES GALORE — BAKED FRESH
DAILY IN OUR OWN 'BAKERY!

4286 N. WOODWARD



Between 13 & 14 Mile

Most Chinese restaurants
offer only one style of cooking.
We specialize in three.

Mandarin-CantonestSzechuen

New York Style Chinese

.

I PBUFFET

TUES. AND THURS. 5-9 PM
‘ ALL YOU CAN EAT

$5.50

Three Happy Hours:
Cocktails served for
HALF-PRICE on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
from 4-7 pm

AVM%

41563
WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI
349-9260

Tues.-Thurs -11 am-10 pm
Fri. , & Sat. 11 am-midnight
Sunday — noon to 10 pm
Luncheon — 11 am-3 pm
Closed Mondays.

Americana Complex 1, 2,3,4

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile 559-2730
4 THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

Wed. MATINEES ALL
THEATERS-1 Show only
at 1:00-0

"TOWERING INFERNO" (PG)
"EARTHQUAKE" (PG)
"FREEBIE & THE BEAN" (R)
"THE FRONT PAGE" (PG)

12 Mile-Coolidge
BERKLEY
LI 2-0330
WEEKDAYS OPEN AT 6:45

Stanley Kubrick

CLOCKWORK ORANGE (R)

M) ONE UNDER 18 admitted •
without parents
no passes or coupons
CLOCKWORK ORANGE AT 7 &
9:25
Sat. matinee Open at 1 p.m.
1:20 and 3:45
Sat. eve. reopen at 6:45
Clockwork Orange 7:05and 9:30
Sun. at 1:30
Clockwork Orange at 2 p.m., 4:20,
- • 6:45-& 9:05'

—cflecializing in

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

Cocktail'Hour
4 to 7 p.m.

Dancing Mondays thru Saturdays
From 10 p.m.

• After Theater
Snacks

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

85 1 -4094

Open Mon. thru Sat.
1 1:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

RAY KING

evenings at the

Piano Bar

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