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February 04, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-04

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40" Friday, February 4, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A crucible frees silver of
dross, wind clears the sky of
clouds, and adversity

cleanses the heart of evil
thoughts.
—Jeiteles

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METROPOLITAN DETROIT'S ONLY
EXCLUSIVELY MANDARIN & SZECHUAN
CUISINE

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Westbrooke Plaza, Rear of Standard Station

553-7609

CHINESE NOODLE SHOW

WATCH NOODLES BEING MADE
AND VEGETABLES CHOPPED
IN DINING ROOM

1:30 p.m. TUES.-THURS., FRI & SAT.
• Luncheon Specials
• Carry-Outs

OPEN 7 DAYS — Lunch Mon.-Fri. 11:30-2:30, Sat. 12-2:30
Dinner Mon.-Thurs. 5-9:30, Fri. 5-11
Sat. 2:30-11, Sun. 12-9
IF YOU DESIRE, LET MICHAEL PREPARE -

SUGGEST YOUR MEAL FOR YOU
Your Host: MICHAEL CHE

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Israeli Stamp
Month In Feb.

Symphony Post
to Max Rudolf

VAN NUYS, Calif. —
February has been declared
Israel Stamp Collecting
Month by the Israel Stamp
Collectors Society.

The society is offering a

free "shekel" stamp of Is-

rael. The stamp was issued
in 1980, the year. Israeli
currency was changed to in-
clude shekels.
In addition, the society
will waive the usual $5
membership fee for those
joining during the month of
February.
To receive free Israel
"shekel" stamps, send a
stamped self-addressed
envelope to Israel Stamp
Collectors Society, P.O. Box
854, Van. Nuys, Calif.
91408.

01 5° OFF

• FRESH LAKE SMELT
• FRESH SALMON STEAK
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• FRESH FILET OF WHITEFISH
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• FRESH FILET OF LAKE PERCH
• FRESH SWORDFISH
• FRESH FILET OF SCROD
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The 1983 Mrs. Michigan

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DAYTON, Ohio — Anne
M. Hammerman, editor and
co-publisher of the Dayton
Jewish Chronicle, has
turned ownership of the
paper over to Irene Seiden,
an editorial assistant, who
joined the Chronicle staff
three years ago.
Ms. Hammerman will
remain as editor of the
Chronicle and continue her
weekly column, "Ham-
mered Out." She also will be
involved in special issues of

Pageant will be held from 6

to 8 p.m. Thursday and Fri-
day at the Fairlane Town
Center in Dearborn.
Birmingham resident
Shirley Eyler is among the
contestants who will be
competing to represent the
state in the Mrs. America
Pageant.

Donations of books are
being sought for Hun-
tington Woods Library's
used book sale to be held 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at the
library.
Books may be dropped off
at the library, or picked up
by calling the library, 543-
9720. Donations are tax de-
ductible.

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UI

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Limit
2 Dinners
Per Coupon

Pageant Set
for Fairlane

Seek Used Books
for Library Sale



2650 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

Max Rudolf, 79, has been
named musical consultant
to the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. The former
music director of the Cin-
cinnati Symphony has con-
ducted orchestras in Boston,
Cleveland, New York ;
Washington, Minnesota
and made several appear-
ances as a guest conductor
with the DSO.

Dayton Jewish Chronicle
Ownership Changes Hands

Public instruction should
be the first object of gov-
ernment.
—Napoleon

the publication.
The weekly English-
Jewish newspaper serves
the 6,000-member Dayton
Jewish community.

Literary Center

JERUSALEM — Hebrew
University has opened an
interdepartmental Center
for Literary Studies to col-
lect books and periodicals
on literary theory and host
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