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June 25, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 June 25, 1976

People

e

M.E.G.'s

Make News

Sheldon Silver was pre-

sented with a citation for
excellence in scholarship by
Oakland County Sheriff Jo-
hannes F. Spreen, director
of Mercy College of Detroit's
law enforcement and pro-
tection program. Silver re-
ceived an associate of arts in
law enforcement and bache-
lor of arts in general science
and law enforcement de-
grees at recent Mercy
commencement exercises.
He will attend law school in
the fall.

FAMILY. DINING

AMERICAN & GREEK CUISINE

SHISH KABOB & GREEK SALAD OUR SPECIALTIES
• Breakfast Served Anytime •

Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.; Fri. & Sat. 'tit 12 Mid.

28990 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

851-1310

Between 12 & 13 Mile Roads

Norm. Keilages

*

Otitite

1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection

Allan P. Harris, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Harris
of Southfield, was awarded
a JD degree from Suffolk
University in Boston.
* * *

Reservations Suggested

624-6660

at Maple;" 15 & Pontiac Trail)

COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS

Howard Jay Kirsch-
baum, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Jerome L. Kirschbaum of
Southfield, has been elected
to membership in Phi Beta
Kappa at Northwestern
University while earning a
BA in public policy. He is
attending law school at the
University of Michigan.

Prime 12 Oz.

NEW YORK STRIP
SIRLOIN STEAK

—O r—

FRESH LAKE PICKEREL

CRACKERS
DISCO

ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE






AN EXCITING TRW TO OUR BEAUTIFUL SALAD BAR
Now Open Downstairs
CHOICE OF SOUP OR JUICE
HUGE VARIETY OF FRESH BREADS A BAGELS
No Coupons Accepted For These Specials
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK

INTRODUCING

OUR NEW

Ir

I\

-

SALAD BAR

SERVED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
ALSO INCLUDED WITH THESE FAMOUS

DAILY SPECIALS

MONDAYS—FROM OPEN TO CLOSE

SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY

CHOPPED STEAK
$1 • 29

Baked Potato,
Hot
Texas
Toast & Beverage

TUESDAYS FROM 4 p.m.

CHOPPED
STEAK

RIB EYE
STEAK

Hot Baked
Potato,
Texas Toast

'1.69

$1.59

Hot Baked
Potato,
Texas Toast

THURSDAYS—ALL DAY

VEAL CUTLET

Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

$ 1 .59

2 SIRLOIN A IL TDEY A K S

TWO COMPLETE DINNERS

Hot Baked Potatoes,
Texas Toast

$4

.

2

9

FOR TWO

FREE REFILLS ON POP,
COFFEE OR TEA

ALL YOU WANT

THIS LOCATION ONLY

BONANZA

r

15640 W. 11 Mile Rd.
557-3237 CORNER OF GREENFIELD

* *

1

Music Hall Lists
Season's Events

Music Hall Center for the
Performing Arts announced
its 1976-77 season will fea-
ture four series of events at
a minimum discount of 25
percent off. Senior and stu-
dent citizen subscribers will
receive 40 percent discounts.
Dr. David DiChiera, artis-
tic director, outlined the
season: a theater Series of
five major productions, a
weekend dance series of six
companies, a Sunday
"world" series of family or-
iented entertainment (five
shows), and a "WIII World"
international series of six
events.
For brochures and infor-
mation, call the Music Hall
subscription office, 963-
7680.

OP Amateur Radio
Club Will Compete

The Oak Oark Amateur
Radio Club will participate
in an amateur radio club
competition to be held Sat-
urday at the Foote Ameri-
can Youth Hostel near Mil-
ford.
The competition is part of
an international program to
set up and test emergency
communication in the event
of a natural disaster and
other emergencies.
The club meets at 7:30
p.m. on the second Monday
of each month, the Oak
Park Community Center.
Visitors are welcome. For
information call Alan Finer,
851-5520.

City of Hope Sets
Monte Carlo Night

Ronald Bennett New Ho-
rizons Chapter, City of
Hope, will have its third
annual Riverboat Monte
Carlo Night on the Bob-Lo
Boat, 8 p.m. July 7 leaving
from the riverfront.
For tickets or informa-
tion, call Dorene Finer,
851-5520. The public is in-
vited.

Troy Holds Festival

WZO Offers 11th Grade in Israel

NEW YORK — American
high school students will be
eligible for a new one-year
program for 10th graders at
the English-language high
school of Sde Boker. Accord-
ing to Dr. Yaacov Gal-Or, di-
rector of Youth Aliyah in
the United States and Can-
ada, the new program has
been developed by the
American Section of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion's Department of Educa-
tion and Culture and the
Youth Aliyah Department
of the WZO in cooperation
with the ministry of educa-
tion of the state of Israel.
The program will begin with
the 1976-77 school year.
The general studies pro-
gram, taught in English,
follows the required 10th
grade curriculum of the
American public high school
system and is approved by
educators in this country
and in Canada. Upon their
return at the end of the
school year, students will be
admitted with full credit to
their regular grades, pro-
vided they have completed
their courses satisfactorily.
The Judaic program in-
cludes study of the Hebrew
language and literature, Bi-
ble, Jewish history, Jewish
values and contemporary
Israel.
Attached to the school are

a dining room and kosher
kitchen, synagogue which
conducts services on Shabat
and festivals, and sports
facilities.
Tuition includes all ex-
penses at the school as well
as all maintenance costs,
linens, laundry service,
medical care, excursions,
insurance and administra-
tive expenses.
Applications are limited.
For information, write
Youth Aliyah, 515 Park
Ave., New York, N. Y. 10022
(212-752-0600).

Yeshiva U. Begins Studies on Aged

NEW YORK — Yeshiva problems of the aged, par-
University announced the ticularly the Jewish aged.
establishment of an Inter-
disciplinary Institute for
The institute, which will
Gerontological Studies. begin operations in the faY
The Institute, according to is being supported by th ,,
Dean David Mirsky, acting Brookdale Foundation, a
vice president for academic New York philanthropic or-
affairs, is designed to coor- ganization with wide-rang-
dinate and foster research ing projects in the areas of
and study throughout the aged, youth, and Jewish
university on the special cultural life.

MAKE NO MISTAKE!

The Great Place You Want is

FORBIDDEN CITY

NORTH

30860 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

New Settlements
for Golan Heights

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Scores of new settlements
will be erected on the Golan
Heights according to a mas-
ter plan which has been
approved by an official gov-
ernmental ministerial com-
mittee. The plan calls for in-
creasing the population of
the Golan Heights to 60,000.
Twenty-eight new agricul-
tural settlements will be
established together with
fifteen industrial enter-
prises and an urban center
and resort area capable of
accomodationg 70,000 tour-
ists.

"Unity in Diversity" is the
theme of Troy's American
Ethnic Festival to be held
from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. July
4, Athens High School.
Twenty-five different eth-
nic groups will exhibit arts
and crafts. There will be
ethnic entertainment and
foods. A bell ringing cere-
mony at 1 p.m. with 200
children in a parade of na-
tions will highlight the day-
long festivities. Polka danc-
ing from 9 p.m.-11 p.m. will
conclude the festival. Ad-
mission is free.

851-7978

NORTH OF 13 MILE IN THE K-MART SHOPPING CENTER
• LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • LATE MEALS • COCKTAILS
•EXOTIC DRINKS


A
THE SUSSEX ,I4 SE

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.

MON., TUES. & WED. ONLY

PRIME RIB DINNER

$ 67 5

559-3377

BEEF KABOB

Reg. $9.25
VEAL SCALLOPINI A LA MARSALA

Entertainment
Thurs., Fri. li Sat.

reg. $8.25

Reg. $7.95
SPECIAL

$5.75

Now $5 75

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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Dinners

ARE COMPLETE!

• 16 FOOT ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT SALAD BAR • HOT GARLIC BREAD
• COFFEE, TEA OR MILK • ICE CREAM OR SHERBET

FEATURING...

BAR-B-Q RIBS

THICK AND THIN
SQUARE AND ROUND

MAMA'S FAMOUS
ANTIPASTO SALAD

$2.95

*BAKED SPAGHETTI

$3.50
$3.50
$2.95

(Children 10 & under, $1.75)

*BAKED LASAGNA
*VEAL PARMIGIANA
*EGG PLANT PARMIGIANA

*SERVED WITH ABOVE

PrZZA

*ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT SPAGHETTI

*MANICOTTI
*RAVIOLI

$2
55•
2 .95
.9

9 $5 2.91

LARGE GROUND ROUND

0

Blends of Cheese, Vegetables & Spices
Served With Steak Fries

29269 SOUTHFIELD, N. OF 12 MILE
IN THE FARRELL SHQPPING PLAZA

CARRY-OUT

559-8717

MON.-THURS., 11:30 to 10 FRI., 11:30 to 11
SAT., 12 to 11 SUN., 4 to 10

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