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September 12, 1980 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-12

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THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



ALDO'S RESTAURANT

ALDO OTTAVIANI AND STAFF

19143 KELLY nr. 7 Mile & Ford Expwy.

TILE MAPLE HOUSE
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SOUTHFIELD AT 10 MILE

569-2120

EXTENDS GREETINGS
TO IT'S FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
FOR A VERY HEALTHFUL & HAPPY

NEW YEAR

LZNZATIr

DELICATESSEN—RESTAURANT
29556 ORCHARD LAKE RD. Just North of 13 Mile
-
Farmington
851-5444

Wishes All Its Friends & Customers

A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
• • FREE DELIVERY •
FREE HOME-MADE BAKLAVA WITH
ALL TRAY ORDERS

OUR EMPLOYEES ALSO AVAILABLE
TO WORK YOUR PARTY . . . ALL OCCASIONS

WISHING OUR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
A VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY

NEW YEAR

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN Commander

William Greenberg an-
nounces a Council of Ad-
ministration meeting will
be held 9:30 a.m. Sunday at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.

BALE POST will hold a
general meeting 8 p.m.
Sept. 30 in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Refreshments will be
served, and entertainment
provided.

*

LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will meet 8

p.m. Tuesday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home, announces President
Elaine Levy. Mrs. John
Nemon and Mrs. Leonard
Green will report on the na-
tional convention and
Mamie Simrod will discuss
servicing and Northland
Geriatric Center. Bernice
Silver, senior vide
president, will report on
fund-raising. Green Post
Commander Milton Green-
berg will discuss details of
the October kosher steak
roast. For information or
transportation, call Mrs.
Levy, 559-7323; or the JWV
office, 559-5680.

* * *

JWV Seeking
Soldier-Boxer

The Jewish War Veterans
are seeking the whereab-
outs of Jake Schwartz,
whose last known address
was 11355 N. Martindale,
Detroit.
Schwartz was a profes-
sional boxer and at one time
was the contender for the
middleweight cham-
pionship of the world.

Bond Cash Goal
Set at $6 Million

TROY

3270 W. BIG BEAVER RD. (16 Mile) 1 BIk. W. of Coolidge

IN THE LAWYERS'S TITLE BLDG. OF SHEFFIELD OFFICE PLAZA

Food 7 Days til 1 a.m.
649-3480
ENTERTAINMENT

Reservations

Our Sincerest

Wishes For A

HAPPY
NEW YEAR

TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
From The

BOTTLE
BASKET SHOPS

CHINESE
BUFFET
Featuring All Varieties of

JWV

Wishing All Our Friends and Customers
GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR

A.special Israel Bond
mobilization drive will be
held in conjunction with a
massive American Jewish
community movement
demonstrating solidarity
with United Jerusalem, an-
nounced Metro Detroit Is-
rael Bonds general chair-
man David B. Holtzman.
The major congregational
arms of American Jewry
have joined in declaring
Sunday as "United
Jerusalem Day" and the Is-
rael Bonds High Holy Day
Appeal theme is "Jerusalem
— United Forever."
Holtzman said new Bond
subscriptions and cash
payment for outstanding
pledges "as soon as possible"
would signify American
Jewry's unity with Israel.
He set a Detroit goal of $6
million in cash to be trans-
mitted to Israel within 90
days.

Revisionists
Elect Officers

Simon Ciek was elected
president of the Zionists-
Revisionists of Greater De-
troit at its recent election
meeting.
Other officers are: Ben
Kresch, Wolf Glicksberg
and Betty Gelman, vice
presidents; Max Drew, trea-
surer; and Max Stryer, re-
cording secretary.

Friday, SepteinherlZ 1980 63

Schwartz served in World
War II with Company E,
160th Infantry Regiment,
40th Infantry Divisions in
the South Pacific.
Persons who have infor-
mation on the whereabouts
of Schwartz, should call the
JWV, 559-5680; or contact
Woodrow Geery, 902 E.
Marion St., Knoxville,
Iowa, 50138. Schwartz is
being sought to attend a re-
union of his army company.

Authentic Chinese Dishes

ALL YOU CAN EAT

Served from 5 p.m. every Fri. & Sat.

, SHANGRI-LA WEST

3 'TELEGRAPH AT SQUARE LAKE RD.

IN THE MIRACLE MILE SHOPPING CENTER

Credit Cards Honored

335-8060

AIM

:::

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler ■

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A GOOD NEW YEAR
To All Our Friends

Across From Siowcase Cinema

Your Hosts At The

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And Their Staff

CHEF'S SPECIAL

Heartily Wish
Everyone

MON? THRU SAT. NIGHTS
NEW YORK STEAK

3

chaRlegls
eRab

Fine seafood In the
Chuck Muer tradition
5498 Crooks Road
Troy • 879-2060
American Express Honored

. BROILED FLORIDA
RED SNAPPER

HAPPY

NEW YEA

On A Sizzling Platter or

$ 6 95

COMPLETE DINNER
\INCLUDES: SOU%
.. SALAD, VEG. & POT.

15;1:61/

‘43055 TELEGRAPH AT -9 MILE RD.

OUR ANTIPASTO SALAD IS SECOND TO NONE
11005 Middlebelt at Plymouth

Wonderland Shopp ing Center
Livonia
522-
5680
GETBT 1

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WISHES ALL ITS
or
Etc. FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DINNERS FROM $395 TO $525

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INCLUDE: HOME-MADE BREADSTICKS, ANTIPASTO SALAD & SPUMONI
We also feature pizzas, steaks and BANQUET
Catch-Of-The-Day Seafood Special FACILITIES
AVAILABLE
LUNCHEON SERVED MON. THRU FRI. 11:30 to 4 p.m.

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CHARLIE & FRANK PAPPAS

AND THEIR ENTIRE STAFF

WISH EVERYONE
A

ri

1980 • 5741

Thank You For
Your Continued and
Most Loyal Patronage
AT ONE OF
MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

RIALTO ; 4'4

22740 WOODWARD AT 9 MILE, FERNDALE
Parking In Rear

544-7933

OPEN 7 DAYS...BREAKFAST—LUNCH—DINNER
• Cocktails • Wine • Beer

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