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February 03, 1978 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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Friday, February 3, 108 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

Wrotslaysky, 24500 Hard-
ing. Rabbi Ern6st Green-
field will speak.
*

OAK PARK -NSHEI
, CHAB AD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile- area) will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Ben

NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

MOVIE
GUIDE

meet noon Monday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
A slide presentation, "Chil-
dren of Beit Elisheva of
Jerusalem," will be pre-
sented. The meeting will
follow. Refreshments will
be served, and guests are
welcome. For information,
call Blanche Gruenebaum,
secretary, 968-5694.

Americana Complex
1, 2, 3, 4

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile 359-2730
t THEATERS IN ONE Bt ILDING

Red. MATINEES ALL
THEATERS—I Simi. only

at I:110 -S1.31)

?MI&

"CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF
THE 3rd KIND"
"GOODBYE GIRL"
"GAUNLET"
"WORLD'S GREATEST LOVER"

BERKLEY

DINNER THEATRE

PRESENTS

12 (1112:03)30dge

"NEW POLICY"

All Seats $1.00

,

at all times

night.
No Coupons Accepted.

including Saturday

HELD OVER!
A Great Comedy
George Burns and John Denver

It.

"0H GOD" (Pg)

hold a business and social
meeting noon Wednesday in
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Current events will
be discussed, and games
will follow. Guests are in-
vited, and refreshments will
be served.

* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Tuesday in the home of
Betty Levine, 27500
Franklin Rd., Southfield. A
movie on Histadrut will be
shown.
*
*

TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD will meet 1

SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT

HELD OVER!

"ACROSS THE
GREAT DIVIDE" (G)

-

to

(TV Ed in

/2. E

*

* *

DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will

have an afternoon of travel
and song noon Tuesday at
Kingsley Inn, Bloomfield
Hills. Frank Sampson of
Elkin Tours will speak, and
the Andover High School
Chamber Singers will en-
tertain. Guests are wel-
come.

*
*
LADIES OF
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH AND WO-
MEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold a

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

be a surprise program, and
outstanding monies will be
collected. The games tour-
nament will take place
March 1.

*
*
CHILDREN UNLI-
MITED will have a meet-

ing noon Wednesday at the
Maple House Restaurant,
10 Mile and Southfield Rds.
Joan Sournier of the South-
field Library will review
"Members of the Tribe" by
Richard Kluger. Guests are
invited.

EVERGREEN CHAI
TER, Hadassah, will hot

its_ annual theater party
p.m. Feb. 11 at the Soutl
field Civic Center. The fe y
ture will be `Barefoot in tl.
Park." There is a charg,
Tickets will be available
the door.

SAM
BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

.968-2563

--•■■••■

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL

Licensed Electrologist
FREE Consultation
private and confidential by appointment

358:5493

If you're not

wearing it, sell it.

You can't enjoy your jewelry if it's sitting in
your safe deposit box. Sell it for immediate
cash. We purchase fine gems, Diamonds and

Gold Jewelry.

A -service to private owners, banks and

estates.

Pioneer Women, will have a
business meeting 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Fern Adelstein, 27046 Fair-
fax, Southfield. There will

• PHIL MARCUS ESSER
• MARY ANN PAQUETTE
• BARBARA •BREDIUS
• CHARLIE LATIMER
* * *

Norman Allan

(1.1, Mamil.1/

numb" otii.11

Established 1919
30400 Telegraph Rd.-Suite 134
Call 642 5575
Birmingham, MI. 48010

-

THURS.-FRI.-SAT. AND SUN.
COMPLETE BUFFET DINNER 7:00 PM
SHOW STARTS AT 8:30 PM
SUNDAY-DINNER AT 6:00 PM
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 PM

onl y $1495

M-F 7, 9
Sat. & Sun. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
This engagement only
adults $2.50 Children $1
Sorry no passes or coupons accepted

O tt

PEPILPSERTA
S N

SHOW AQ50 PER PERSON
ONLY 'OD
PLUS TAX
33201 PLYMOUTH ROAD
AT FARMINGTON RD. - LIVONIA

• • • the cook's world

RESERVATIONS
425-8344

BONUS VALUE COUPONS

with each admission

SAM PANZICA'S'

ezbatitotarrs'
3Inn

• LUNCHEONS
• DINNERS
• COCKTAILS
EXTENSIVE FRESH SEAFOOD
MENU Featuring
FRESH OYSTERS & FRESH CLAMS

available by reservation
and at a nominal charge by
calling Kathie Dizik, 559-
0762.

p.m. Feb. 13 in the temple.
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz will luncheon-meeting noon
speak on "The Bbbbe Feb. 15 in the yeshiva build-
MeisehS My Grandma Told ing. Mrs. Ann Spielberg is
Me . . . Are They Really sponsoring the luncheon.
Bobbe Meisehs or Fact?" Re- Hostesses are Mesciames
freshments will be served, ,'Tillie Epstein, Jean Kap-
and guests are invited at no lan, Ruth Stark, Sylvia
charge. Babysitter will be Hausman, Becky Cohen,
Sara Sklar and Frances Cu-
tler. President Mrs. Leo
t
._Ss
12
Laufer invites guests.
* * *

STARRING THE ORIGINAL CAST

WASHINGTON THEATER
Royal Oak
541-0082

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

ALASKAN KING CRAB LEGS

COMPLETE DINNER

Inductee

SAUIII IM, SNP NIED,
MT., Mf WS i IIITTE1

$69 5

COMPLETE DINNERS
FROM $3.95

SALAD BAR & ITALIAN MENU
24000 PLYMOUTH, COR. TELEGRAPH • 538-3100 •ClOSED SUNDAYS

BROWNIE'S

ON THE LAKE

REOPENS

I

-GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

FRIDAY, FEB.

DANCING TO LIVE MUSIC

SPECIAL TODAY ONLY

7 to 10 p.m.

Q ROAST BEEF

BUFFET
1 VP COMPLETE
DINNER

(The Outdoor Patio will reopen
as soon as weather permits)

24420 E. JEFFERSON

at the Jefferson Beach Marina
between 9 & 10 Mile Roads

Phone 771-4455

Reservations Taken

A thrilling adventure of browsing and finding

MISS SARKO

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Sarko of Farmington Hills
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Susan
Alise, to Gary Keith Ravet,
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Ravet of Franklin.

Miss
Sarko
was
graduated from Oakland
University and the Insti-
tute for Paralegal Training-
in Philadelphia. Her fiance
was graduated from the
University of Michigan and
attends the Georgetown
University Law Center in
Washington, D.C.
A June wedding is plan-
ned.

Artist Is Named
to Center Position

Artist Lydia Brose, a
member of the Henry Ford
Community College art fa-
culty, has joined the teach-
ing staff of the Jewish
Community Center.
Miss Brose will teach
creative crafts, doll-making
and two stepping stone art
and activity classes for chil-
dren age 3-5.
Miss Brose earned a Mas-
ter of Fine Arts degree at
Wayne'State University
and has exhibited her works
locally.
For information about the
classes, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 251.

what you need ... quality
implements, largest
selection of recipe
books . . . and personal
guidance for the
creative cook .. .

Schedule
of Events
are

FREE unless otherwise noted. You'll
. . . all
learn from the country's best cooking teachers:

"SPECIAL APPEARANCE...JANE SCHERMERHORN"

...special food writer for The Detroit News and epicurean will
teach her favorite "Brunch". secrets. Join us and learn to prepare
Jane's light German coffee cake, delicately flavored with
almonds...plus her-own feathery light souffle...

Tuesday, February 7 at 1 p.m. only

"PIZZA PERFECTO"

A deliciously chewy cheese crust topped with a mouth watering__
savory sauce will be taught by Barbara Page. You will also _
learn the all natural food approach to pizza preparation.

Friday, February 10 at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

"KITCHEN-MAID? KITCHENAID!"

Barbara Page guides you step by step teaching you to work with

the marvelous KitchenAid mixer and attachments. Learn to make
delicious rolls and Italian fennel sausage...
Friday, February 17 at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

26770 Grand River (between Beech and Inkster Rds.)

Open daily 9:30 to 6, Friday evening to 9

537-1300

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