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April 11, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

L'Auberge presents
Seafood Sunday!

Singles Events

TEMPLE - BETH EL
SINGLES, 20s and 40s,-will
hold a dance 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the temple. Music
will be provided by Thrush,
a soul and rock group. There
is a-charge.

That's this and_every Sunday—a unique Seafood
Buffet to round out your weekend. You start
with our unusual appetizer buffet that's loaded
with steaming chowder, glazed salmon, shrimps
in the shell and other delicious treats. Then on to
the Fresh Salad Bar fOr your choice of a tempting
salad that you make yourself. And then. the
.crowning touch—platters and chafing dishes
filled with baked fish, french fried fish, filet
de sole, shrimp and other items from the ocean's
larder that defy deScription. It's something you
won't want to miss. all at only $7.95 per person..
And you can heighten all those glorious flavors
with fine wines from.oUr exclusive cellars. This
Sunday, from 5:30 until 9 PM. Call us now for
reservations, won't you? 643-7474.

BNAI MOSHE YOUNG
ADULTS will have an art
show 8 p.m. Monday at the
Charterhouse Apts. club
room. Graphics, prints,
paintings, drawings, ceram-
ics and wall-hangings will
be on display. The group
will go bowling- 11:45 a.m.
Sunday and April 20 and 2'7
at Southfield Lanes, 23050
W. Eight Mile. A social will
be held 8 p.m. April 21_ at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. There
will be•a plant display and g
talk on plant care. On May
11, the group will have a sin-
gles breakfast at 11 a.m. at
Bnai Moshe. For informa-

Somerset Inn, Big Beaver
Road, east of Coolidge,
Troy, Michigan 48084

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

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ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessments Luncheons • Dinners

DANCING MON.-SAT. FROM 10 p.m.

COCKTAIL HOUR

4 to 7 p.m.

DANNY
STEVENSON
at the piano bar

- vimmemosoommee***••••••••••

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S

Li • MAMA ZELDA I

-: •

• •

IS
• •

• GETTING BIGGER! • •
: MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW

SOL M.

ish Theological Seminary,
was ;chairman of the board
of the Xerox Corp.
A graduate of Hamilton
College and the Cornell Law
: FOR PARTfES STARTING WITH THE
School, Linowitz is a trustee
• • at both schools as well as
L -ADDLE OF MAY . IN OUR NEW
Johns Hopkins. University.
• He holds honorary degrees
,___00N-TO-BE-COMPLETED

• from 23 universities includ-
4-}PACIOUS ROOM NEXT DOOR
• ing Yeshiva University.
o • • WEDDINGS
• STAGS
Linowitz is on the board

• • BAR MITZVAS'
• REUNIONS
• ' of governors of the Ameri-
I P • BAT MITZVAS•
• ANNIVERSARIES
• can Jewish Committee and
F • • SHOWERS
• BOWLING' BANQUETS • a co-chairman of the Na-

— • tional Urban Coalition. He
ETC.



-,






FROM 30 TO 15
150 PEOPLE . •

Southfield. School
to Start

COMPARE 'OUR PRICES!! • classes

•CALL MAMA AT
• • •

559-8717
• • •

098 W. HURON

PONTIAC. MICHIGAN

1 BLOCK W, OF TELEGRAPH 3 Blocks. S. of Pontiac Mall

681-2161

JOHN HUMPHRIES

Earle Mostyn s

NOSHERIE

HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D'OEUVRES

Brought To you In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
ORDERS ALSO TAKEN FOR HOT MEALS.
COLD CUTS AND DAIRY TRAYS
• ALL SIMCHAS

26052 GREENFIELD (Lincoln Shopping Center.)

968-8666

FOR FURTHER INFO
- ASK-FOR EARLE OR LENNIE -

Business Briefs

NEW YORK — Sol M.
Linowitz has been named a
director of Pan American
World Airways.
Linowitz, who is chair-
man of the board of the Jew-

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

- • •

THE HOME OF BABY SPARE
RIBS SINCE 1941



, $51-4094



tion, call Cynthia Leven,
557-4999.
* * *
THE JEWISH YOUNG
ADULT COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT AND WINDSOR
will have a dance for Jewish
singles age 21-358 p.m.
April 27 at the Sheraton-
Southfield (formerly the
ShiawasSee Hotel). The
American Scene will provide
music for dancing, and
there is an admission
charge. Refreshments will
be served.
* * *
'CRITERION CLUB. will
present•its annual "April
Follies" Ball 9 p.m. April 19
the Oak Park Community
Center. Johnny C and his or-
chestra will provide the
music for dancing and a
floor show. For information
call_Sylvia Bruch, 545-1108;
or Betty Weinberg,
559-5175.

Pan Am Board Picks Linowitz

' : At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

After Theater
Menu

friday, April 11, 1975 - 27


Southfield. Commu-
e • p i The
ty School Center spring
• term will begin Monday.

• Included in the selection of
• more than 150 classes are
• • Jewish cooking and Hebrew.
29269 Southfield Rd.

For enrollment informa-
• •

in the Farrell's Shopping Plaza
• • tion, contact the center, in
• •
Southfield
• Southfield-Lathrup High
e
School, 354-7456.
•••••••••••****• *•******0******* es***

Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the elegant
Chambertin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.

spent three years as U.S.
Ambassador to OAS and
as U.S Representative to
the Inter-American Com-
mittee of the Alliance for
Progress.
He also is on the board of
directors of Time Inc. and
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York.
* * *

Banquet-party rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —

-MOREY HOCHBER- -
GER, senior sales repre-
sentative for METROPOL-
ITAN LIFE INSURANCE
CO., will be honored during
a five-day business confer-
ence later this year in San
Francisco. Hochberger
placed more than $1.5 mil-
lion in personal life insur-
ance sales during 1974 to
rank among the top 3 per-
cent of Metropolitan's 21,-
000 sales representatives in
the United States and Can-
ada. It was his 11th qualifi-
catiin for the company's
President's conference.

Gus Kokas

Restaurateur

. .

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Restaurant-Delicatessen

%

EVERYONE IS TALKING
ABOUT...AND GOING TO FOR
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
• Carry-

Out

Community Center Nursery
teacher and co-author of the
book "Pre-School Informa-
tional Guide," will discuss
"How to Select -a Nursery
School," 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the 10 Mile Center.
There is no charge, and
the community is invited.

DINING ROOM
AND

TRAY CATERING
STYLISTS

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Orange Juice, 2 Eggs (your choice),
Roll or Toast, Tea or Coffee

Hebrew Club Sets
Saturday Meeting

One danger is seldom ov-
ercome without another.

.**

' .x. -stotigtO`

Teacher to Discuss,
Nursery Schools -
- 'Ms. Reva -Rosen, Jewish

Moadon Ivri, the Jewish
Community Center Hebrew
Club, will hear Nathan Glei-
ber speak on "The Poetry of
Bialik" 3:30 p.m. Saturday
in the Jewish Center 10 Mile
branch. The lecture will be
in Hebrew. The public is
invited.

The Chambertin -
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Nokias/Inn
Dearborn — 278-6900

99

ALL OCCASION TRAYS

INCLUDE:

Corned Beef,
Pastrami, Turkey, Salami,S
Pickled Tongue,, Chopped
Liver, Swiss Cheese, Pick-
les, Olives, Bread;

-

27167 GREENFIELD

1 BIk. N. of 11 Mile

Next to Great Scott Market

559-1380

25

per

w person

OPEN
TUES.,
WED., THURS. &
FRI., 7 A.M.-11
P.M. — SAT., 7
A.M.-1 A.M. —
Sun., 7 A.M.-9
P.M.

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