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April 26, 1985 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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Friday, April 26, 1985.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOCAL NEW S._.

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31atiOnal .idaiincii of Jewish
Wanien,-Greater Detroit Section,
has reissued the original Greater
Detroit Access Guide for Hand-
icappers and Elderly.
The categories include: banks,
colleges, universities, entertain-
ment, government services, hos-
pitals, hotels, motels, libraries,
malls, retail centers, museums,
recreation, restaurants, super
markets and transportation.
The guide is available free of
charge at the NCJW offices,
Cranbrook Office Centre North,
30233 Southfield Rd.; Suite 100,
Southfield. Dates and times of dis-
tribution are Monday through
May 3, and May 6 - 10,10 a.m. -
noon, and 1 - 3 p.m. Those who
cannot pick-up the guide during
the designated dates and times
should send $1 per book for post-
age and it will be mailed.
For information, call the
NCJW, 258-6000.
Sandra Leshman is president,
Joyce Sosin, vice president, public
affairs, Hermine Silver and Mari-
lyn Silver, co-chairwomen. Com-
mittee members are: Sondra
Nathan, Freddy Shiffman, Edith
Polk, Doreen Velick, Miriam
King, Rose Mackey, Barbara
Grant, Shirley Citrin, Jane
Weber and Dorothy Kaufman.

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Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.

Lunch 11 a.m.

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Channel 7

Channel 2





SOFTBALL TEAMS
WELCOME. MANAGER'S COURTESY CARDS

Banquet Facilities

•TIGERS ON PASS

R O Y

Entertainment Nightly



17125 Conant (corner 6
Mile, Detroit) 892-9001



e. 8100 Old 13 Mile (corner Van

Dyke, Warren) 574-9200
• 14156 E. 12 Mile (east of
Schoenherr, Warren)
777-3400 (carry out only)

Reservations, 362-1262

31646 Northwestern Hwy.
(corner of Middlebelt,
Farmington Hills) 855-4600,
33605 Ph/mouth Road
(west of Farmington Rd.,
Livonia) 261-3550

NOW OPEN IN WATERFORD

Concourse, Top of Troy • 755 W. Big Beaver

4370 Highland Rd. (M-59) Cor. Pontiac Lake Rd.
683-3636

POMEROY'S
CHOWDER co HOUSE

MAJOR CREDIT CARDS'ACCEPTED

Specializing In The Best Quality Seafood

DINNER SPECIALS APRIL 29 THRU MAY 2, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

JFS Director
At Conference

LAKE SUPERIOR

WHITEFISH

(10 to 12 Ounces)

INCLUDES: CUP OF SEAFOOD CHOWDER OR
SALAD OR COLE SLAW AND
POT. OR VEG. & BREAD BASKET

COME BROWSE IN OUR

7618 Woodward Ave.

$650

Samuel Lerner, executive di-
rector of Jewish Family Service'
and Resettlement Service, will be ,
a speaker at a workshop on "Serv-
ing the Jewish Poor" at the an-
nual conference of the Association
of Jewish Family and Children's
Agencies, to be held in Chicago
today - Wednesday.
At the annual meeting, Lerner
will be named to the honorary
board of directors.

871-1590

WILL BE OPEN

MOTHER'S DRY

FISH MARKET

2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

SERVING OUR REGULAR DINNER MENU
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUESTED

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Dance Shows

CALL ERNIE OR SCOTT . . . AND ASK
ABOUT OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

WHAT MAKES KINGSLEY
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?

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SECOND DINNER FREE

WITH PURCHASE OF DINNER
AT EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE

• Not Good With Any Other Coupons

(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sundai, Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
magazine's readers poi, Nov. '84 issue.)

WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 6 4 2-0 1 0 0

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AVAILABLE FOR






1K

■ AFTERNOONS
& GARDEN
SUN SETTING
AVAILABLE

Bat Mitzvahs
Bar Mitzvahs
Sweet 16s
Anniversaries

• Showers
• Rehearsal
Dinners
• Breakfast Meetings

Art Exhibit Begins

IAMOND

3000 PRUDENTIAL TOWN CENTER

EVERGREEN AND 10 1/2 MILE

352-8780

Artist Market

Works by 40 Michigan artists
will be on display at the annual
Westacres Artist Market May 4 at
the Westacres clubhouse on Mid-
dle Straits Lake in West Bloom-
field.
Admission to the day-long
event is free.

PRIVATE PARTIES

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_ CLOSED SUNDAYS

•White amen and silver service.
•Elegant ambience of the Kingsley dining rooms.
'NO comprOmise is ever made with quality or freshness.
•A dazzling, ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon and
dinner favorites, and pastries from our own pastry chef, too
numerous to mention.
•Sane prices: only $7. 95for adults, $4.95 for children age 7
and under.

Selected to serve at the U.S. Presidential Inaugurals
In Washington, D.C., 1981 and 1985.


• Expires: 5 9 85

The Detroit City Dance Com-
pany will close out a five-day run
at Music Hall with performances
8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Satur-
day and Sunday.
For tickets or information, call
the box office, 963-7680.

Free Covered Parking

An exhibition of paintings by
Richard Smith will be on display
at the I. Irving Feldman Galleries
in West Bloomfield May 3-June
30. A special opening is planned
for 7 p.m. May 3.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m. - 5
p.m. Monday-Saturday and

Thursdays until 8 p.m.

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