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March 12, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

36 Friday, March 12, 1982

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Youth News

ANY DINNER DURING. MARCH

1-FREE TRIP

To Our Salad Bar With This Coupon

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

'2"

SALAD BAR

$299

WITH SOUP

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316 N. WOODWARD, 11/2 Mks. N. of 11 Mile
542-4880
Open 7 Days

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EVERYDAY SPECIALS

4 p.m. to closing

BROILED WHITE FISH
10 OZ. DELMONICO STEAK . . . .

$4.95
'5.65

FISH & CHIPS
FRIED LIVER W/Ooloos or Bacoo
FRIED CHICKEN
SPINACH PIE OR MOUSSAKA -
FRI. ONLY ... SALMON PATTIES
SUN. ONLY ... 1/2 ROAST CHICKEN
SUN. ONLY ... ROAST TURKEY
THURS. & SAT ... SHORT RIBS OF BEEF .

$4.10
4.35
$4.55
$4.55
$3.85
$4.10
$4.35
$4.3O

ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR TOMATO JUICE, SALAD,
CHOICE OF POTATO, CHOICE OF DESSERT (rice pudding, tapioca,
jello, ice cream or sherbert.). BREAD, BREADSTICKS & BUTTER

COMPLETE BUSINESSMEWS LUNCII -=. - DAILY $225

WEIGHT WATCHERS BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINNER, DESSERTS

(Continued from Page 35)
come. For required advance
reservations, call Kadima
adviser Betty Elster, 398-
3284; or Mrs. Jelinek, eve-
nings.
Moshe Mouse USY will
host a couple of Israeli
students March 26 at an
oneg Shabat. The stu-
dents will talk about their
lives in Israel and what it
is like to make aliya. The
group will meet at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul (Sharon) Levine,
23025 Kipling, at 8 p.m.
Everyone is welcome,
and there is no charge.
Refreshments will be
served.
The Talit and Tefilin
Club will host a two-week
program on the "Holocaust"
for Moshe Mouse USY. This
week's program will feature
Dr. John Mames speaking
on the Holocaust. He will
present a movie entitled
"The Warsaw Ghetto." A
survivor, Martin Water,
will speak.
On March 21, the group
will conclude its program
when Abe Pasternak will
speak on "his experiences at
the survivors reunion in Is-
rael last June. The groups
will meet in the chapel for
services at 8:30 a.m. and the
program will follow.
Everyone is invited to
breakfast following the

oranci Openin

Monday, March 15th

CRICKE'T'S

Restaurant

• Breakfast
• Dinner

Canada Allows
Emigre to Stay

• Lunch
• After Theater

OPEN 7 DAYS:

Tues.-Thurs. till 10 P.M., Fri. & Sat. till 11 P.M., Sun. & Mon. till 9 P.M.

Opening In
The Bloomfield Plaza

MALL

Maple Rd. at Telegraph Tel. 855-3450

Telegraph

Plaza

ca.
as
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speakers. Bowling will fol-
low. Everyone between the
ages of 13 and 18 are wel-
come. For information, call
T and T adviser Walter
Rosenblum, 352-2307; or
Mrs. Jelinek.
Rishonim and Chalutzim
are accepting reservations
for the Shrine Circus. The
group will meet March 28 at
12:45 p.m. at the
synagogue. There is a nom-
inal charge. Everyone is
welcome and should bring a
bagged dairy lunch. Drivers
are needed. For required
advance reservations or in-
formation, call Rishonim
adviser Robin Danto or
Chalutzim adviser Jeff
Danto, 356-4788.
Youth services for
everyone are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays. The Shabat
Nursery program is for
children up to age 3.
There is no charge, and
reservations are not re-
quired. Story Hour is for
everyone between the
ages of 3 and 6 and in-
cludes Shabat stories,
songs and games. Both
groups meet in the school
wing.
Youth between the ages
of 7 and 13 meet with junior
congregation in the chapel
for services and discussions.
USY Services welcomes
anyone in grades 7-12 and
meets in the board room.
Refreshments are served.
* * *
MICHIGAN STATE
TEMPLE YOUTH will
hold their annual Kallah
April 2-4 at Camp
Tamarack. Theme for the
study weekend, hosted by
the Ann Arbor Reform
Temple Youth, is "Pro- .
selytizing: Scam or Survi-
val." There is a charge. In-
terested high school stu-
dents should contact temple
youth group presidents or
Barry Brown, 644-6337.

—J

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Plaza

TORONTO (JTA) — A
57-year-old Jewish woman
from Yugoslavia, who en-
tered Canada illegally six
years ago and was facing
deportation, will be allowed
to remain in Canada.
Giselle Confino-Levi, who
has been supporting herself
by selling flowers outside a
downtown Toronto subway
station, has been the subject
of considerable sympathy
after her plight was re-
ported to the press.
A native of Yugoslavia,
she immigrated to Israel in
1957 and then, with her
husband, went to Uruguay
where he was subsequently
imprisoned for political dis-
sent and has not been heard
from since. Immigration
Minister Lloyd Axworthy
has signed a permit allow-
ing her and her son, Daniel,
29, to remain in Canada.
The case will be reviewed
after one year, and if she
and her son are self-
supporting and law-abiding
they will be granted perma-
nent residence.

Application deadline. is
Thursday.
* * *
UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS HIGH
SCHOOL annual over-
night shul-in has been post-
poned to March 27. Activi-
ties will begin 8:30 p.m. at
the main United Hebrew
Schools building in South-
field. Students and teens
from area youth groups are
invited. Tickets are on sale
in advance at a discount or
at the door. Parents are still
needed to help prepare food
and chaperone. For infor-
mation, contact the school
office, 352-7117.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan 10 a.m.
Saturday for boys and girls.
Shabat groups for,young
children will meet at 10
a.m. Saturday for games,
stories, singing and re-
freshments.
Youth groups for boys
will meet at 5:10L p.m.
Saturday. This Shabat the
group will begin studying
"Mishnayos — Bava Met-
zia."
Kvutzat Shabat will
meet at 5:10 p.m. Satur-
day at Young Israel of
Greenfield.
Young Israel Teens will
host a National Conference
of Synagogue Youth Cen-
tral East Shabaton today
through Sunday at Young
Israel of Oak - Woods. More
than 200 teenagers from In-
diana, Kentucky, Michigan,
Pennsylvania and West
Virginia are expected to
attend.

It has said that although
God cannot alter the past,
historians can; it is perhaps
because they can be useful
to Him in the respect that
He tolerates their existence.
—Samuel Butler

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