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December 11, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Named to Post

NEW YORK — .Sergio
Nudelstejer, director of
American Jewish Commit-
tee operations in Mexico
and Central America, has
been named an academic
member of the Mexican In-
stitute of Culture.

Torah Center Nears Completion

The Bais Chabad Torah
Center is nearing comple-
tion at its site on Maple Rd.,
east of Orchard Lake Rd.
The facility will serve
Cong. Bais Chabad of West
Bloomfield, under the lead-
ership of Rabbi Meilech Sil-

IF YOU WANT A FINE DINNER
WITHOUT HOM
PAYING
TOO MUCH MONEY
E COOKING IS
RIVIERA

berberg.
The Torah Center will
house free adult educa-
tion classes, a kitchen
koshering service, mar-
riage and family counsel-
ing services and a religi-
ous school.

The structure is being
built by Ideal Construction,

Friday, December 11, 1981 37

ARE YOU LOOKING
FOR DINNER,
DANCING,
PARTIES & FUN?
THE LENNY SCHICK QUARTET

whose president, Ronald
Rogers, is a member of Bais
Chabad.
Michigan Lubavitch,
under president Irwin I.
Cohn, is conducting a fun-
draising drive so that con-
struction of the building can
be completed. Lubavitch is
constructing the building
without a mortgage.

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For
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or

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MEAT LOAF
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— Hours

This photograph shows the south side (facing
away from Maple Rd.) of the new Bais Chabad Torah
Center on Maple, east of Orchard Lake Rd.

Jabotinsky Society Plans
Annual Hanuka Celebration

The Jabotinsky Society
will have its annual
Hanuka party 7 p.m. Dec.
20 at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center.
The Musicaleers will en-
tertain with musical com-
edy, light opera and Yiddish
and Hebrew songs. Mem-
bers of the group are: Clar-
ence Sharp, Eugene Slobin,
Shirley Frost, Mimi Sum-

mers, Shirley Belkin and
Celia Dzodin, accompanist.
A light dairy supper will
be served. The evening also
will feature a Hanuka
candlelighting ceremony.
The public is invited, and
there is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Evelyn Klein,
353-0096; Simon Cieck,
548-3073; or Sam Horning,
557-1847.

Sunday 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Polon. thru Thurs. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
BAR-B-O RIBS & CHICKEN (880 & ROASTED)

Also Our Variety of • Sandwiches • Soups • Unique Salads • Fresh Fish
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For Res:

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JERUSALEM — .Last
summer's PLO rocket at-
tacks in northern Israel
brought an unusual letter
and generous checks to the
JNF (Jewish National
Fund) office here.
During mid-July, when
the attacks were especially
heavy, Dr. Nancy Caroline
of Kfar Saba decided to go to
the border town of Metulla
where the residents were
without a physician. "I
chose to spend the nights in
the Magen David Adorn sta-
tion," Dr. Caroline wrote in
the letter accompaning her
donation.
One night, "we experi-
enced a particularly heavy
bombardment, during
which six artillery shells
landed within 20 feet of the
MDA station, spraying

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SHIRLEE IDEN

Tree Was Unlikely Hero
During July Rocket Attack

THE NEW

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ban life editor of the South-
field Eccentric, has been
awarded honorable mention
in the Penney - Missouri
Competition for her section.
This is her third Penney -
Missouri Award since she
became editor in 1973. She
has won six other state and
national awards for writing.
Recently, Mrs. Iden was
named "woman of the year"
by the Southfield Business
and Professional Women's
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shrapnel in all directions
and causing extensive dam-
age to the building.
"When I went out in the
morning," she wrote, "I
found a small pine tree
adjacent to the station
had been severed in half
by a shell. The shell was
apparently headed di-
rectly for the roof of the
building. Fortunately, it
exploded upon impact
with the tree, a few feet
short of the roof.
"I owe my life to that tree,
and I felt that the least I can
do is try to see that the tree
— and others like it that
suffered similar damage —
is replaced," Dr. Caroline
wrote.

He gives twice, who gives
in a trice.

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Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.

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THURSDAY



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$2.95

Choice of soup or salad, potato and roll.

FRIDAY



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$2.95.

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