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November 20, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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40 Friday, November 20, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The mystic reverence, the
religious allegiance which
are essential to a true
monarchy, are imaginative

sentiments that no legisla-
ture can manufacture in
any people.
— Walter Bagehot

SUSSEX HOUSE'
1 rARILYWillg D I II IIIAITS, E)411tRoG6REEN
p.m..Mr
ri-3S3a n
t .

SCROD
CLUB STEAK

$6.75
$6.95

INCL.: SALAD, POTATO, VEGETABLE, COFFEE & TEA

NEW ORLEANS JAZZ WITH
DR. ALEXANDER EVERY SATURDAY

SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

HAPPY HOUR 1 LADIES NITE
I
WED. EVES
4 to 7 p.m.

Drab At Raked Prices

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Enjoy Your

THANKSGIVING FEAST

at

DARLIN' LILLY'S

THURSDAY, NW 26, 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.
• Leg of Lamb

11

• Baked Ham
• Roasted Turkey
• Prime Rib
• New York Strip

Served With: Crisp Garden Salad,
1 Belgian Glazed Carrots,
A Mashed Potatoes or Dressing,
Gravy, Cranberry Sauce,
Bakery Roll & Butter

To fulfill their two-year
goal — a pledge to raise
$250,000 for the emergency
fund for restoration of land
in Israel devastated by PLO
Katyushas in recent
months — the Women of
Jewish National Fund will
hold their 52nd annual
donor tea noon Dec. 15 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The guest speaker will be
Rose Goldman of Jersey
City, N.J., Hadassah na-
tional board member, who
served as convention
chairman in 1977 and 1978
and is currently chairman
ROSE GOLDMAN
of Zionist affairs. She was
previously chairman for
Among her countless vis-
media, membership, its to Israel, the first in
tourism and education and 1954, was that as Hadassah
in this capacity initiated the delegate to the 29th World
Bible study plan, now an in- Zionist Congress in
tegral part of Hadassah's Jerusalem, in February
program.
1978 when she was elected
She also served as a past Hadassah deputy to the
national vice president of Zionist General Council of
Hadassah, national record- the WZO. In June, 1980 she
ing secretary and the first represented Hadassah in
national aliya chairman, the meetings of the Zionist
and on the aliya resolutions General Council and the
committee of the 1972 Jewish Agency assembly in
World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem.
The invocation will be
Mrs. Goldman is the na-
tional associate treasurer given by Mrs. Joshua
Sperka
and the national an-
of the JNF and a member
of its national adminis- them will be sung by Bess
trative committee on Axelrod, accompanied by
which she represents Vivian Stollman.
Hadassah. In her im-
Vice President and Pro-
mediate community, she gram Chairman Doris Mar-
has been chairman of the kel is chairman of the day.
women's division of Is- Betty Silverman is the 1981
rael Bonds, of the United campaign fund-raising
Jewish Appeal as well as chairman with Bea Feigel-
chairman of the Institute man, co-chairman.
of Jewish Studies at the President is Shirley Kraft.
Jewish Community Cen- For reservations, call the
ter, Jersey City.
JNF, 557-6644.

He who gives alms to the
poor with an unfriendly
mien and downcast face,
even if he gives a thousand

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.
Reservations Cali
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Private Parties
Breakfast. Lunch and
Dinner Meetings

Young Women of JNF
Plan Fund-Raising Auction

851 4577

-

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NOW APPEARING --

THE LOVING CUP

TUES. THRU SAT.
Alk

What's Cookin' At

ilVt
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Daily Specials

MONDAY — VEAL PARMIGIANA DINNER
=nonce ,e soup
sales potato. vegetate, roll and butter
TUESDAY — FRIED CLAMS .5 CHIPS
"-ole slaw arc roll
WEDNESDAY — SPAGHETTI DINNER

53.50

THURSDAY — UVER 8 ONIONS

52.95

FRIDAY — FISH 8 CHIPS
Cole slaw and roll
SATURDAY L SUNDAY
FRIED CHICKEN

S2.95

Soup or salad and rot!

Cncmce c./ soup on salad potato and IOU

.C,oece of soup or salad ontaro vegetabie. roll and butter

53.50

52.95

$3.50

The Young Women of
Jewish National Fund will
kick off their 11th annual
fund-raising auction with a
gourmet luncheon noon
Dec. 10 in the culinary arts
department of Oakland
Community College, Room
404, Building J, Orchard
Ridge campus.
Proceeds will be ear-
marked for the emergency
fund for restoration of land
and replanting of trees in
the Lebanese - Israel border
area devastated by the July
Katyusha rocket attacks by
the PLO.
Doris Biscoe, WXYZ-TV
anchorwoman, will be a
special luncheon guest. To-
gether with Florine Mark,
Ms. Biscoe will serve as au-
ctioneer at the March 1982
auction.
Kits for solicitation of
gifts and ads for , the
donor ad journal will be

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— According to a tourism
ministry survey, 80 Percent
of American Jew's have
never visited Israel and of
those one-third are not in-
terested in seeing the
Jewish state.
These statistics were
cited at last week's seminar
to encourage Jewish
tourism to Israel. "We
should slow down the

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Also
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TOUCH DANCING

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distributed at this forth-
coming luncheon. Joan
Shapiro is chairman of
the day. Fay Oringal is
program chairman.
Reservations are re-
quired by Dec. 5 and guests
are welcome. Call President
Donna Sklar, 477-3221; or
vice president Ms. Shapiro,
626-8362, for reservations
and information.

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pieces of gold, has no merit
owing to his manner of giv-
ing, but one should give joy-
fully with a cheerful mien.

• ••

-Call for Reservations

1 FEATURING MARLENE HILL
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JNF Women Donor Lunch Due

'break-neck' touring pat-
tern," stated Tourism
Minister Avraham Sharir.
When visitors leave Israel,
he explained, they have to
go somewhere else to rest.

Sharir also emphasized

that without tourism there
would be no investment or
aliya. First let them come
and see that Israel is a good
country, he said.

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