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September 16, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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rimy, septemner

IHt Ut int! JEWISH NEWS

Shulvass Volumes on Jewish History

CHICAGO - Dr. Moses published by Regnery-
A. Shulvass, distinguished Gateway, Inc., a Chicago-
service professor of Jewish based publishing house.
history at Spertus College of
Volume I describes the
Judaica, has just published history of the Jewish people
the first two volumes of a from its inception to the end
five-volume work, "The of the Antiquity. Volume II
History of the Jewish describes the Jewish Middle
People." The volumes were Ages to the 13th Century.

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,au poivre, steak Diane,
chicken picanti, Lake
Superior whitefish or veal
marsala . . . plus a surprise
dessert les flambes.
A prize of two season tic-
kets to the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Symphony Or-
chestra's 1983-1984 season
will be gien away during
the benefit . . . Formerly
West Bloomfield Sym-
phony, the orchestra is di-
rected by Felix Resnick.
For information about
the benefit, call the
Birmingham-Bloomfield
Symphony office, 643-7288.
BIRMINGHAM THE-
ATER has its fourth sub-
scription series, Oct.
7-Nov. 6 . . . with the
highly acclaimed Broadway
hit, "Master Harold . . . And
The Boys" ... the Tony-
nominated drama stars
John Amos, best remem-
bered for his successful
television series, '`Good
Times," and role in "Roots"
. . . "Master Harold" was
among the 10 best list of
every major New York critic
last season.
It's a beautiful, moving
story of the special relation-
ship between a young man
and his surrogate father
provocative and touching.
Localites Ivan Bloch
and Alan Lichtenstein
will have the world pre-
miere of their new musi-
cal thriller, "Shot Thru
The Heart" ... Nov. 16 at
the Birmingham Theater.
LOOKING BACK . . . on
places of yesteryears ..
Knife and Fork Club on
Howard (former Ted Lip-
sitz) . . . Any resemblance

excali6ur

One of Metropolitan Detroit's
Most Beautiful and Exciting
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• Anniversary
• Reunion

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between Jim Cornelius'
Knife and Fork Club and
the locker room at what was
then known as Briggs
Stadium or Olympia was
purely intentional . . . The
place abounded with stars of
the Lions, Tigers, Red
Wings, Pistons and here
and there may be seen some
of the stars of the college
world.
Cornelius, whose golf
swing was as smooth as his
line of chatter, patently
encouraged and wooed the
patronage of these athletes
. . . The menu listed such
luncheon specials as the
Jack Adams, the Sid Abel,
the Buddy Parker, the
Jimmy Dykes, etc. . . .
These were usually hearty
things like corned beef
sandwiches with Swiss
cheese, or jumbo-sized
hamburgers.
As might be expected, the
dinner menu leaned heavily
to beef in all forms . .. Big,
thick juicy steaks in all
•price ranges were a spe-
cialty, as was roast beef .. .
Our companion at a dinner
there had a $7.50 steak that
left her on the ropes and she
could eat steak with the best
of the Lions' defensive line
. . . I used to love a dish
there . . . stuffed breast of
pheasant with wild rice,
orange burgundy sauce and
wine jelly . . . It topped simi-
lar dishes I had ordered in
French-type restaurants
specializing in such food.

Holocaust Body
Names Two Units

WASHINGTON (JTA) --
Elie Wiesel, chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council, has announced the
establishment of two new
committees.
The Second Generation
Advisory Committee, which
will serve as a conduit for
input from children of sur-
vivors into the work of the
Council, is chaired by
Menahem Rosensaft. The
Committee on Anti-
Semitism, which will deal
with the alarming rise of
anti-Semitism and will
recommend to Wiesel ways
in which the council can
combat this resurgence, is
chaired by council member
Kalman Sultanik.

Free Bible
Class by Mail

MIAMI - The Jews for
Jews organization has pre-
pared a series of free Jewish
Bible correspondence
courses.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
national chairman of the
Jews for Jews organization,
edited the Bible courses
which have been based on
traditional Jewish sources.
Requests for the free
course should be sent to
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
chairman, Jews for Jews
Organization Bible Course,
POB 6194, Miami Beach,
Fla. 33154. All requests
must be accompanied by a
long, stamped, self-
addressed envelope.

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FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
STUFFED FLOUNDER
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
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BAKED MEAT LOAF (Ma-nas.)
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE (Ii.. Dm.)
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
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$5.45
$6.25
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$3.75
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$3.50
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CHOICE OF SALAD,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
OR SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD
& STICKS

FRUIT CUP, 55 OR SOUP, CHOICE DE SALAD,
POTATO, VEGETABLE, CREEK BREAD & STICKS,
COFFEE OR RA. MICE OF DESSERT
(Strawberry Oteesage, tatter Pica or Vagina la
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