Friday, November 2, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
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FOR DINING & DANCING — TUES. THRU SAT.
WEDNESDAY IS LOBSTER NIGHT
11/4 lb. LIVE LOBSTER $10.50
LUNCH & DINNER
COMBINATION DINNERS ....
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• SPECIAL LUNCHEON COMBINATION 82.75 • COCKTAILS
$4 25 7 DAYS
FROM 4 P.M.
Blood bank drive
Perfection Lodge of the Masons
and B'nai B'rith will co-sponsor a
blood bank drive 5-9 p.m. Nov. 12
and 13 at Temple Emanu-El.
$9 7 DAYS
FROM 4 P.M.
GREENFIELD N. OF 10 • Oak Park • 967-3963
Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-12 Mid., Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m.
• It was great fun...
• It was a good restaurant.
WE ARE SORRY
WE'VE HAD TO
(Formerly Honey Tree)
MONDAY & TUESDAY EVENINGS — 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
1 1 /4 lb. WHOLE LIVE
We still feel Detroit can
support a good Kosher
restaurant. We have closed
because of a difference in
philosophy between the
J.C.C. and our management.
INCLUDES: SOUP, VEG. & POT.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S
COUNCIL OF METROPOLI-
TAN DETROIT President
Esther Applebaum invites all
delegates and chapter presidents
to the next delegates meeting
Nov. 14 at 7:45 p.m. at the Zionist
Plans for the city-wide mem-
bership luncheon to be held noon
Dec. 8 at Sheraton-oaks Hotel,
Novi, will be completed. The
luncheon, will feature Detroit
News columnist, George Cantor.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council
in conjunction with the B'nai
B'rith Men's Council will sponsor
a New Year's eve dance on Dec. 31
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Arlynne Fox announces that
the fall sale is continuing at the
B'nai B'rith Second Chance Shop,
22111 Coolidge, Oak Park. Dona-
tions of jewelry and miscellaneous
items are also needed.
REY-UT UNIT will have a
cocktail party for past, present
and future member-couples at 8
p.m. Nov. 17 in the Kendallwood
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Steaks • B-B-Q Chicken • Ribs • Fish
FREE Dessert Goodie Bar w/Dinner
Quick Lunch Deli - Board
$2.49 KIDDIE MEAL — 10 and under
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Serving Prize 4H Blue Ribbon
Steaks, Sea Foods
And Fine Liqueurs
Open Daily 11:30 a.m.
Sunday Noon to 1 a.m.
3020 GRAND RIVER
Apts. club house. For information,
call Dede Fierman, 358-0251.
information, call Charlotte
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER
will hold a regular meeting on
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Mar-
cotte Room of the Southfield Li-
Galilee Chapter will be guests
of Bloch Chapter, and others are
welcome. The Southfield Police
Department will present a pro-
gram on "Crime Prevention." For
Bloch Chapter's Afternoon'
Bowling League still has open-
ings for bowlers. The chapter
bowls on Mondays at 12:30 p.m. at
West Bloomfield Lanes. There are
nurseries available for pre-
schoolers. For information, call
Susan Nusholtz, president, 552-
0662, or Teri Bornstein, secre-
Pictured at an advanced gifts cocktail reception which raised more than
$35,000 in support of the B'nai B'rith Women's youth and services
appeal campaign are, from left: Jeannie Weiner, fund-raising
chairman; Charlotte Edelheit, reception co-chairman; Betty Eidelman,
reception co-chairman; Esther Applebaum, Council president; Linda
Bloch, BBW's 1984 honoree; hostess Jo Berman; Ida Nathan, guest
speaker; and Eadie Albion, special gifts chairman. Mrs. Bloch will be
honored by the women on Nov. 13 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Bargman series hosts Reinharz
Prof. Jehuda Reinharz will de-
liver the second lecture in the
Midrasha's 29th annual Bargman
Lecture Series at 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik
Building of the United Hebrew
The focus of this year's series is
"The Making of the Modern Jew."
Dr. Reinharz's topic will be "The
Battle of Ideologies in Eastern
and Western Europe."
Reinharz is Richard Koret Pro-
fessor of Modern Jewish History
and director of the Tauber Insti-
tute for the Study of European
Jewry at Brandeis University.
Prior to his appointment at
Brandeis he was a professor of
Jewish history at the University
of Michigan, where he was the
chairman of the program in
He is the author of numerous
articles and monographs in the
field of modern Jewish history
with a particular emphasis on
German Jewish history and the
history of Zionism. Among his
books are: Fatherland or Prom-
ised Land? The Dilemma of the
German Jew, 1833-1914, The Jew
in the Modern World. His latest
book is Israel in the Middle East,
1948-1983 (co-edited with Itamar
Rabinovich). He has just com-
pleted the first volume of a biog-
raphy of Chaim Weizmann which
will be published in 1985 by Ox-
ford University Press.
Prof. Reinharz is a member of
the editorial board of a number of
journals, a fellow of the Leo Baeck
Institute and a member of the In-
ternational Council of Yad Vas-
The public is invited.