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July 27, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-27

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26 Friday, July 27, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AAJE Services for Day Schools

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TODAY'S FRESH FISH I

Let your server tell you
what fresh fish
we received today.

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10
..., Mile at Southfield Rd.

CHICAGO — The Board
of Jewish Education of Met-
ropolitan Chicago and the
American Association for
Jewish Education have
pooled their personnel and
resources to provide two in-
novative services for Jewish
day, communal and congre-
gational schools throughout
North America.
The two agencies will
publish a semi-annual
magazine offering critical
evaluations of new
textbooks, teacher's guides,

559-4230

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GRAND OPENING

OF ANOTHER

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DETROITI )

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SERVING 111
NORTHWEST N
DETROIT ... and its
surrounding areas for
over 25 years with ii

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SOUTHFIELD
CONEY ISLAND
AND SOUVLAKI

:FREE

569-5229

FRI. & SAT. til 2 a.m.

CONEY ISLAND

WITH PURCHASE OF ANOTHER

After 3 p.m.

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Present This Coupon

( SPIRO'S

CONEY

ISLAND
25920 GREENFIELD

COR. LINCOLN
9684060
MON.-SAT. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Closed Sun.

LUNCH & DINNER1,
MON. thru SAT. !il
Closed Sundays I
• Cocktails • 1\
14835
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SCHAEFER II

15647 W. 9 MILE RD. WEST OF GREENFIELD

OPEN SUN.-THURS. 1 a.m. to 12 Mid.

When we were children
we considered ourselves as
men. Now that we are old
we consider ourselves as
children.
— Baba Kama 92

FINE
ITALIAN CUISINE

GREEK-AMERICAN FOOD
Featuring OUR FAMOUS GREEK SALAD

GREENFIELD PLAZA

syllabi and other materials
used in the Jewish school
classroom — the first time
such reviews have been
made available for nation-
wide dissemination on a
comprehensive and sus-
tained basis.
They will also publish
tests for Hebrew language
programs in supplementary
Jewish schools which will
measure the degree to wich
a student has mastered the
material father than his
relative standing by age or
grade level against an ar-
bitrary national norm.

1 BIk. S. of Fenkell

BREAKFAST SERVED
ANY TIME

Featuring
• Home-Made Soups • Chili
• Greek Salad
• Our Famous Hamburgers
• Baklava • Coney Islands
'Excellent Tuna Sandwiches , . Etc.

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273-0750
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verything Also Available
For Carry-Out

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INFLATION FIGHTER:

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RESTAURANT & LOUNGE


.25234
GREENFIELD,
N.
of
10
Mile.

* GREENFIELD CENTER 967-3922 •


MON.-SAT. •• •
• DINNERS
5 p.m. tot a.m.




• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS •
• MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. •
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BY SPECIAL REQUEST
OPEN SAT. NOON & SUN. •
FOR PRIVATE PARTIES




PIANO BAR
• ENTERTAINMENT •
• TUES. THRU SAT. •
• • • • • • • • • • •

DINNER FOR $4.95

Prime Rib • Fresh Fish • Teriyaki Chicken

Dinners include salad, bread and your choice of baked potato,
rice or french fries.

Sunday, Noon to 4 pm..Monday thru Thursday, 5 to 7 pm.
Phone today for reservations..

*rift

Troy, 689-7920
Farmington Hills, 476-5333

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

BET. LONG LAKE
& LONE PINE

851-5540

SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

led Salmi

Southfield, 557-0570

IS OPEN AT
Pine Lake Mall

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
1 1 a.m. to 12 Mid.

MOUNTAIN
JACKS

Warren, 574-1040

CHINA
GATE

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

Warren, 574-9440

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST.

THEY SAY THAT when made his way around the
Shirlee and Jack Iden give a bases . . . to first, stopped
party, they give a party! .. .
and pulled up his pants .. .
But nothing could compare
to second, stopped and pul-
with the one they recently
led up his pants . . . huffing
gave for the 50th anniver-
into third base . . . and the
sary of her parents, Blanche
pants fell down.
and Jack Rose.
GALS INTERESTED in
Tents covered their yard
bowling Wednesday eve-
and that of neighbors Gloria
nings, starting Sept. 5, with
and Kenny Davidson,
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish
themselves celebrating a
War Veterans at Plum Hol-
25-year anniversary.
low Lanes (Nine Mile and.
Cyclone fences were rol-
Lahser) . . 'call- Shirlee
led up . . . and the most
Snider, 358-3570, or Flo
lavish of outdoor parties
Marshall, 353-0598 . . .
took place . . . outside bars,
There's room for only 40
Wyn and Harold Landis
bowlers.
catering a very fine food
BIG THING TODAY is
spread from pita bread to
putting memorable events
hummous and tahini to
on video tape . . . Only trou-
chicken, steak, etc. , etc.
ble has been having to buy a
There was Frankie
special machine to play it
Paul's trio . . . one of the
back . . . Barry Grant at LTI
best around . . . Frankie
Productions, division of
has few better when it
Legal Tapes, Inc. on Eight
comes to making a party
Mile, makes them to con-
. .. His vocals and accor-
form with the type of home
dian styling are excep-
unit owned by folks.
tionally good . . . Even his
GET WELL WISHES
humor . . . A little rain
. .. to Bert Hearshen . . . re-
came and some water got
cuperating from back
on the cement dance floor
surgery at Providence
Frankie invited Hosptial . . . to Rita Goyer,
people to come up for
recuperating at home . . . to
"the new Puddle Dance.7
Al Kusjmner at Sinai Hospi-
Relatives and friends
tal.
came from South America,
MOST SUCCESSFUL
Israel and all over the
club, insofar as attendance
United States . . . Biggest
is concerned' is the Judea
novelty was Irving and Rose
Social. Club that meets sec-
Guttman of Irving's Delica-
mid and fourth Saturdays at
tessen sitting . . . Irving not
Knights of Pythias Hall in
busing tables and Rose not
Berkley . . . 40 members
running to the telephone or
and 38 usually attend .. .
back and forth to the Those who don't come are
kitchen.
either sick or out of town .. .
Blanche and Jack Rose
It was formed 51 years ago
were thrilled . . . It was a big
. . . President is Sam Per-
occasion for them . . . Shir-
nikoff.
lee and Jack are known for
NCJW Receives
their fine parties.
However, this was a very
Grant to Train
special celebration . . . and
Volunteers
it could hardly have been
celebrated much better.
NEW YORK — The Edna
IT'S BEEN 32 years McConnell Clark Founda-
since brothers David and tion recently announced a
Charles Murdryk have seen grant of $300,000 to the Na-
each other w , . This Tues-
tional Council of Jewish
day, they will be re-united
Women to train volunteers
when David comes here who will serve as advocates
from Israel for a 10-day
for children in foster care
visit.
during their custody pro-
Both were born in Dob-
ceedings.
rowitz, Poland . . . Charles
According to Peter W.
left after World War II when
Forsythe, the Foundation's
7 years old' and lived four
vice president and program
years in France . . . David
officer for children, "Studies
went to Israel, where their by the National Council of
sister Sarah also lives.
Juvenile Court Judges and
During the Nazi occupa-
others have demonstrated
tion of Poland, the two - the urgent need for the
brothers, sister and parents
courts to review custod:
lived with the Polish under-
cases. But without good in-
ground . . . Only the chil-
formation and sensitive
dren survived.
recommendations, judges
CONGRATS . . . to Betty may unwittingly make de-
and Sid Rosenblatt on 45th cisions that are harmful to
anniversary.
the children."
The NCJW, an organiza-
50 AND OVER baseball
league that plays at Major tion which has successfully
Park in. Oak Park has its initiated many programs
many thrills and the concerned with the needs of
players very seriously out to children, will select three to
win a la their Pete Rose five sites where its local af-
slides, etc. . . . There's even filiates will recruit volun-
humor, too . . . like Willie teers. After a trial run in
Levitt being given a uni- these cites, the program will
form - with pants below his become available to local af-
63-year-old stomach . . . filiates-and other interested
Willie hit a long ball and organizations.

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