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September 26, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai David Youth Go Roller Skating

Cong. Bnai David Macca-
bees (grades 6-8) will have a
roller skating party Oct. 5,
meeting 1:30 p.m. in the
youth lounge. There is a
nominal charge.
Haverim will have a hay-
ride Oct. 4. Junior congrega-

tion meets Saturday morn-
ings in Block Chapel, and
youth age 8-13 are invited.

For information on Bnai
David youth activities, call
Paul Levine, 354-3845, or
the youth lounge, 557-8325.

Earle Mostyn's

NOSHERIE
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HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D'OEUVRES

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minimum

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

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
• ALL SIMCHAS 0 R DECRaDA LgT ST AAKsEDN DAIRY AMY:ALS

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FOR FURTHER INFO
. ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE



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START YOUR DAY WITH A
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316 N. WOODWARD

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542-4880

ROYAL OAK

Specials

BREAKFAST
7 a.m.-12 Noon

inc. soup & coffee
different Item
each day 11-2

$1 95

LUNCHEON

Young Israel Teens Plan
Simhat Torah Celebration

Young Israel Teens will
have a Simhat Torah cele-
bration 10:30 p.m. Saturday
at Young Israel of Green-
field.
Reservations are still
being aken for the group's
annual installation and
awards banquet 5:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 at Young Israel Cen-
ter of Oak-Woods. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Sheri Mandel, 542-3067,
or Marcia Fink, 399-0668.
The group is seeking
members for 1975-1976. To
join, call Michael Schwarz-
berg, 557-9157.

YI Teens announces a
free Torah high school
program will begin soon,
to be held in the evening.

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Youth News

Gourmet
Dinners
Nitely

$1

95 . $5

$ 1 95

ALL VARIETIES OF BREAKFASTS
SERVED FROM 7 a.m. To 11 a.m. Closing
Wheatcakes, cereal, French toast, etc.

THE NIEIW MEDIUM

Courses of study include:
Hebrew, Rashi, Command-
ments of Today, Basic Es-
sentials of Judaism, The
Role of the Jewish Woman,
An Insight Into Jewish
Prayer, The Portion of the
Week, Talmud and An In-

BBYO
Activities

BBYO wll hold its annual
kick-off dance 8:30 p.m. Oct.
4 at Cong. Bnai David. The
dance is open to all Jewish
youth ages 14-18 and will be
free for registered members
of BBYO. Non-registered
and prospective members
are invited at a nominal
charge.
The theme of the program
is "BBYO Will Keep Us To-
gether" and dress is casual,
but no jeans.
The "White Wolf" band
will provide entertainment.
Co-chairmen for the event
are Miriam Wolk of Disraeli
BBG and Michael Berman
of Rose AZA. Staff coordi-
nator is Linda Scheinker.
Coordinators have been
selected for the upcoming
BBYO Judaism Institute,
which will take place Oct. 17
- 19 at Camp Tamarack.
AZA coordinator is Robbie
Firsten of Rose AZA and
BBG coordinator is Arlene
Rosen of Naches BBG.

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

By Robby Boehm and
Lisa Padzensky

'4\\

he New
Detroit Playboy
Club
o 8

September 22
to October 4

20231 James Couzens Hwy.
Just South of 8 Mile

8:00 pm
nightly ,

F 6 o 3 r -r8 e 8 s 5
er 5 vations call

Yesterday, the junior
high school division held its
first annual sukka sleep-in,
under the direction of our
new headmaster, Rabbi
Abramson and Judaic stud-
ies teachers. The sleep-in
included singing, dancing, a
dinner and sleeping in the
sukka. Breakfast this morn-
ing, followed by Hoshana
Rabba services at Adat
Shalom synagogue. Classes
resumed at 12:30 p.m.

troduction to Humash.
Teachers for the courses
include Rabbi Jacob Levi,
Rabbi Leonard Perlstein,
Rabbi Avraham Bensousan,
Rabbi Ephraim Spero,
Rabbi Feivel Wagner, Mrs.
Wagner and Mrs. Halon.
For information on the
free Torah study program,
call Ronald Schwarzberg,
557-4157.

Black Judge Gives Gift to Campaign

Detroit Recorder's Court
Judge Henry Heading has
presented a check for $400
to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund.

Bnai Moshe Senior USY
conducts Sabbath services
9:45 a.m. each Saturday in
the synagogue chapel. For
information on Senior
USY activities, call Ron-
nie Anstandig, 968-1146, or
the synagogue youth
lounge, 548-3123.

For information about
the younger youth activi-
ties, call youth director Har-
tley Harris, 968-1146, or the
synagogue youth lounge.
Bnai Moshe's Tallit and
Teffilin Club for teens has
become co-educational.
Girls are now invited to join
the boys for morning serv-
ices, breakfaSt and bowling
8:30 a.m. each Sunday.
There is a nominal charge.
For information, call the
synagogue, 548-9000.

DeMolay Group
Sets Installation

Mosaic Chapter, Order of
DeMolay, will hold its semi-
annual installation of offi-
cers 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Southfield Masonic Temple.
Dinner will be served at 6:30
p.m.
Officers to be installed
are: Master councilor, Andy
H. Finn; senior councilor,
Carl Berlin; and junior
councilor, Howard Rabot-
nick.
Following the installation
of the officers will be an
awards presentation, and a
"Flower Talk" for all the
new DeMolays.
DeMolays are boys age
13-21, who participate in
social, athletic, civic, fund
raising, Masonic and other
activities. For information,
call Paul Magy, 547-3552,
Nat Pernick, 557-3830; or
Andy Finn, 85-1-3181. The
public is invited.

Acknowledged by AJC-
IEF general chairmen Dr.
Leon Fill and Merle Harris.,
the gift was forwarded toy
campaign officer Harold
Haas.

Grand Opening Of

Uncle Miltie's
Deli & Restaurant

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
Carry-out • Tray Catering

Come In For

GRAND OPENING SPECIALS

good thru Oct. 1st

Bnai Moshe Youth
Schedule Events

Cong. Bnai Moshe's Gi-
borim (grades 3-4), Chalut-
zim (grades 5-6) and Ka-
dima (grades 7-8) United
Synagogue Youth groups
will have a brunch 1 p.m.
Oct. 5 at the synagogue. For
reservations, call Marla
Malty (Giborim) 548-9055,
Steve Kideckel (Chalutzim)
968-1765 or Sharon Landau
(Kadima) 545-6951.
Bnai Moshe United He-
brew School classes have
also been invited. There is a
charge.
Kadima will visit a pin-
ball arcade, meeting 8:30
p.m. Oct. 4 at the syn-
agogue. Ninth graders are
also invited.

Friday, September 26, 1975 27

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every Sun. 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

Eggs, assorted rolls, vegetables, cheeses,
choice of Lox, smoked fish or sable, beverage

Adults $2.89 children $1.50

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SUNDAY MORNING
BOUNTIFUL BRUNCH

10 to 2 —OVER

75 SELECTIONS

EVERY MONDAY NIGHT

Smorgasbord Featuring Fresh Fruit, Prime Rib

f o o f:ef ed
Coi l o dri Shr
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$475

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95

FRIDAY NIGHT
FRESH MAINE LOBSTERS

2 ONE-POUND MAINE LIVE LOBSTERS, RELISH TRAY, MANHAT-
TAN CLAM CHOWDER, CREAMY COLE SLAW OR CHEF'S SALAD,
CHOICE OF POTATO, ROLLS & BUTTER.

OPEN FOR DINNER
MON. THRU SAT. 5 p.m.
SUNDAY, 2 p.m. to 1 . 0 p.m.

$9 95

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Reservations KE 1-9000
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Introducing
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WHITE FISH $

Fresh Broiled Half

SPRING CHICKEN

served nitely 4:30-9:30

Includes: Salad, Potato, Vegetable,
Roll, Butter and Jello or
Pudding For Dessert

• Breakfast • lunch • Dinner

7:30 a.m. thru 11 p.m. Mon.-Fri.

Saturday 'til 1 a.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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