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May 09, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, May 9, 1975

Hillel Opens Its Kindergarten

The program is aimed at

developing growth, learning
abilities and social partici-
pation. Morning, afternoon
and full-day programs are
available. For information,
call Mrs. Frances Magid,
851-2394.

litlfrilrkfklek*******,
DINNER PRICES
i

AUTHENTIC HOME-MADE

Hillel Day School of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, for the
first time in two years, an-
•,- i - ounces openings in its kin-
dergarten program.

DRASTICALLY REDOCED,

'

HUNGARIAN •
FOOD

SIRLOIN STEAK, $4.95: ,
PRIME RIB; $4.65
RED SNAPPER, $4.50
SURF 8 TURF, $6.751
Etc. Etc. Etc, . z.
-
Entertainment Nightly

(Monday only for dinner)

1 Singles
Events

BALATON

RESTAURANT
3966 W. 12 Mile

S

i $14

3 Blks. E..of Greenfield

Res. Suggested Weekends
546-1894

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Open Mother's Day/

Special Mother's Day Menu

Boars Head Inn

26207 W. Warren, Dbn. Hgts.
,
'Where the Standard of Excellence Begins



Mother's Day Dinners
Served 1-00 p.m.-9.00 p.m.

* Open 7 Days
* Banquet
Facilities
* Plenty of Parking

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OPEN 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.

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ELIOT'S Deli

SUNDAYS, 12:30 to 8:30 p.m. and
TUES., WED. & THURS., 5:30 to 10 p.m.

MICHIGAN'S MOST ELABORATE

BUFFET

Everything From A to Z!

95

per
person
Children Under 5 Free

DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR LOUNGE TUES.-SAT.

DRAWBRIDGE TRIO

The Drawbrid Qe

145 SHELDON RD.

(Take 8 Mile to Sheldon,
Turn Left 2 Blocks)
Northville

SHERWOOD HALL
CONVALESCENT
HOME, 3030 Greenfield,
Royal Oak, will have an
open house 2-5 p.m. Sunday.
The staff and residents will
offer tours of the building.
Refreshments will be
served, and the community
is invited.

OPEN DAILY 11:30-10 p.m.

A*:

MOVIE
GUIDE

Business Briefs

CRITERION CLUB, for
mature adults will host a
"Maytime Ball" 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Oak Park
Community Center. Dress
will be informal. Johnny
"C" and his orchestra will
provide the music for danc-
ing, and social mixers will
be included. Refreshments
will be served. President
Betty Weinberg announces
arrangements are com-
pleted, for the club's dinner-
dance and annual installa-
tion of officers to be held
June 20 at the Raleigh
House. For information, call
Ms. Weinberg, 559-5175.

* * *
PEOPLE WITHOUT
PARTNERS OF THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER will have its bi-
monthly bowling party 8:30
p.m. Sunday at Oak Park
Lanes. An evening of coffee
and conversation will be
held 8:30 p.m. May 18 in the
home of Jack Wol-rauch,
17440 Evans, Southfield.
Discussion topic will be
"Second Marriage — Are
Kids a Help or Hindrance?"
For information, call the
Jewish Center, 341-4200.
* * *
THE BAYIT will have a
Beit Cafe featuring Kenneth
Davidson of Wayne State
University 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the Bayit, 16845 Muir-
land. Davidson will speak on
"Different Levels of Con-
sciousness." Felafel will be
served. For information, call
the Bayit, 861-1929.

.

If You Want An
Honest Prime Steak

Come to
Russell's

Nothing But Man-Size Prime

DINNERS-LUNCHES-SNACKS

FOLK GUITARIST-TUESDAYS

6:30-10:30

OPEN DAILY-MON-FRI.

11 pm-1:00 am
'SUNDAYS-4 pm-MIDN.
CLOSED SAT.

RUSSELL'S
STEAK HOUSE

GRAND RIVER AND
• TIMES SQUARE

I efock West of Wash,ngton Blvd
between Sheraton 8 Heritage Hotels

Open Tues. - Fri.
11:30 to 2:00 a.m.
Sat. 5:30 to 2 a.m.
Sun. 2 to 9 p.m.

Inquire About Our
MiniCard Reading

349-4885

Astrology Sessions!

963-6960

HEIDI'S SALON in Or-
chard Mall, West Bloom-
field, was recently selected
by the Michigan Advertising
Agency Council to receive
the 1974 Creative Achieve-
ment Award.
* * *
THE CONG. BETH
ACHIM TOUR to Israel is
being planned for Oct. 28 to
Nov. 11. The tour Will have
available accommodations
in five-star hotels, two
meals daily and a carefully
prepared itinerary. For in-
formation, call Cong. Beth
Achim, 352-8670.
* * *

OP Cunningham's
Picks Moms Today

A contest to honor the 100
"Best Moms' ' at the Cun-
ningham Drug Store in Lin-
coln Center, has been an-
nounced by store manager
Ray Garcia.
The contest is part of a
grand re-opening to cele-
brate the addition of 3,000
sq. ft. to the store and com-
plete remodeling.
"Best Mom Award" nomi-
nation. blanks, available at
the store, 26118 Greenfield,
call for the person to write
why his or her mother de-
serves the award.
Winners will be the first
100 people in line at the
store to submit their entries
at 6 p.m. today. The 100
winning nominations will
receive one-pound boxes of
chocolates and five-bloom
orchid corsages. The next
500 moms will receive Ha-
waiian orchids in gift boxes.
Winners are limited to one
per family.
Winning Best. Mom
Award entries will be dis-
played in the store, and will
be available to parents on
Mother's Day for those who
want them for the family
scrapbook.
Bozo the Clown will ap-
pear at the store 2-3:30 p.m.
Saturday.

.

JNF Will Honor

Local Grads

The Jewish National
Fund will plant a tree in Is-
rael in honor of each of the
graduates, confirmands and
consecrants of all Hebrew
schools, day schools, syn-
agogues and temples, it was
announced by Charles
Milan, president of JNF,
and Percy Kaplan, executive
director. A tree certificate
will be presented to the
student as a gift from JNF.
JNF has asked school,
synagogue and temple offi-
cials to provide, as soon as
possible, the names and ad-
dresses of the graduates,
confirmands and conse-
crants, and the date of the
official ceremonies, so that
the certificates will coincide
with that date.

This custom of honoring
the young students, inaugu-
rated some 18 years ago; has
gained recognition and has
received commendation
from educators here and in
Israel,

Americana Complex 1, 2,
3, 4

J. C. PENNEY CO.,
INC. signed leases for con-
struction of two department
stores in Southland Shop-
ping Center, Taylor, and
Westland Shopping Center,
Westland. The store and
catalog chain will open the
first two of its Detroit mar-
ket full line units May 21 at
Eastland and Northland
Shopping Centers.

Greenfield N. of 9 Nine

559-2730.

ThEATERs IN ONE BUILDING

Wed. NIVFINEIES ALL -
TnEvrEits—I Show only

at tr00—$1.

"DIRTY HARRY" (R)
"MAGNUM FORCE" (R)
"TOMMY" (PG)
"CHINATOWN" (R)
"JANIS" (R)

* * *

Zenith Chiefs
Meet Kollek

12 llile-Coo lidge
LI 2-03313

BERKLEY

HELD OVER
2ND WEEK!

CHICAGO — Four repre-
sentatives of Zenith Radio
Corp. and its partner and
affiliate in Israel, Overseas
Radio Corp., recently met
with Teddy Kollek, mayor
of Jerusalem.
Robert S. Bowen, vice
president of marketing, told
Mayor Kollek that Zenith
was proud of the activities
of its affiliate in Israel.
These efforts have put Ze-
nith in the number one sales
position in Israel.

Weekdays
Open 7 o'clock

Art Carney,
Academy Award Winner
"Best Actor"

HARRY & TONTO (R)

7:25 & 9:20
Fri. & Sat.
Eve Open 7:15
HARRY & TONTO
7:35 & 9:30
Sun. Open 1:15
HARRY & TONTO 1:40, 3:35,
5:30, 7:25 & 9:20
Bargain Nites every Sun., Mon. &
Thurs. All Seats $1.00
No coupons. Coupons accepted
all other days.

"A thrilling experience!"
"An astounding picture!

Judith Crrit Nt•w York M,to.itints

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Archer Winston, N Y Post

Acadgmy Award Winner

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Special Limited
Exclusive Engagement

Now

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For theatre parties call Ruth Davis 557-4420

Weekdays 10-5

The Towne Theatre Salutes

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