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December 14, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SOUTHFIELD•ONLY

The Best of Everything

LANDMARK
21700 NORTHWESTERN HSY.

(Continued from Page 40)

AT J.L. HUDSON DRIVE

1ST FLOOR DELTA DENTAL BLDG.

NORTHLAND PARKING LOT "B"

424-8610
SPECIAL EVERY NIGHT

Open Mon thru Fri. 7-10 Sat. 8-10

FRESH WHITE FISH

incL soup, potato, veg. & salad

$395

Sat. BREAKFAST from 99c
HUGE LO-CAL MENU & DESSERTS
AND WEIGHT WATCHERS FROSTED TREATS

N., Nur -1pr.iprvir

***•• ■ ••• ■ •• ■•••A
OUR ANNUAL

♦ DINNER SPECIALS



V

MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS, 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

$ 75:

• STUFFED PEPPER
• STUFFED CABBAGE
♦ • STUFFED KISHKE
SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS
V • CORNED BEEF & EGGS
Includes: Cup of Soup, Bread and Butter

.





♦ $375



ROAST CHICKEN

per person

• ♦ $ 75



WITH STUFFING
1/2 Springer

Includes: Cup of Soup & Vegetables









ORIGINAL ESQUIRE'S FAMOUS




PIK
TROUT
Includes: Cup of Soup, Bread & Butter

per person

• _IL75

per perso

CHICKEN
LIVERS
WITH FRIED ONIONS

Includes: Cup of Soup. Cooked Veg., Bread S. Butter

I

:HARRY WEISS'
t ORIGINAL
ESQUIRE •
- RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN
• 11 MILE AT LANSER ■ Kamp Riw mu
353-4999)
••••••••••••••• ♦

CELEBRATE
New Years Eve

At The
Northfield Hilton

Choose one of our CELEBRATE plans for

auld lang syne! For more information, call
our Catering Manager at 879-2100.

Open bar • Cocktail hour • Hors D'oeuvres •
Plan
Five-course prime rib champagne dinner • After
dinner cordial • Dinner show - Dance music • Hats
and favors • Overnight accommodations • Eye-
opener buffet brunch • Swimming, saunas, ample
parking, color televisions • All tips and taxes in-
cluded • Late check out

$165

per couple

Same as above without overnight accom-
Plan
modations and brunch buffet

$ 115 per couple

Space is limited, so reserve early!

NORTHFIELD HILTON

[

5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313)879 -2100 04

medium zucchini, unpeeled,
one medium carrot, four
cauliflowerettes, one onion,
1/2 cup flour, salt and ground
pepper, two eggs, 1/2 cup fry-
ing oil or butter ... Finely
mince cauliflower; coarse
grate carrot, onion and zuc-
chini. Squeeze excess mois-
ture from zucchini using a
clean towel or napkin.
Combine vegetables with
flour and eggs, season to
taste.
Heat 3-4 tablespoons of
oil or butter in a skillet and
drop large spoonfuls of bat-
ter to make 3 to 4-inch
cakes.
Fry until golden brown on
both sides. Drain on paper
towels and serve at once
with sour cream.
EXCALIBUR
on
Franklin Rd. at Northwest-
ern and 12 Mile Rd. retains
its reputation as a number
one class operation . . . bent
on complete customer satis-
faction.
I had a craving there re-
cently for butterfly shrimp
. . . but with the white sauce

Rehab Conference

NEW YORK — The
status of the rehabilitation
profession in Israel will be
explored during an all-day
seminar Jan. 13 at the In-
ternational Center, United
Nations Plaza in New York.
A similar seminar will be
held in Los Angeles Jan. 20.
The seminar is sponsored
by the Israel Aliya Center of
North America; North
American Aliya Movement,
American/Israel Rehabili-
tation Technical Assistance
Committee, and the Israeli
Ministry of Labor and So-
cial Affairs.

Smile ... tomorrow will
be worse.
— Murphy's philosophy

• RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP • FISH & CHIPS • SUBS

I like . . . Very efficient,
courteous and most likable
waitress, Diane Cometto,
not only went into the
kitchen to assist Chef David
Kanter, but also helped
taste it until the sauce was
almost perfect.
If you have any bones
next time you're at Ex-
calibur, save them for Diane
. Customer gave her a
black Labrador puppy six
months ago ... and she
named him Bear . . . Like
any dog, Bear just loves
those bones . . . especially
with meat on them.
Alex Kalleo Trio con-
tinues its excellent
rhythmizing at Excalibur.

CHARLIE'S
RIB CAGE & CATERING

358-0522

2003 W. 12 MILE AT EVIRSREDI It Cantu Village Cuter

ANNIVERSARY SALE

TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR GRACIOUS AND VALUED PATRONAGE
ON ANY OF OUR FAMOUS
DESSERTS WITH A
NY DINNER
Over 22 delicious desserts, including Henry's famous
cheesecake, Black Forest torte, chocolate buttercream cake,
double chocolate cake. Eclairs, pies, Napoleons, etc.

1 /2 OFF

Over 20 complete dinners from $3.95

10% OFF CHECK

THIS AD

Offer expires Dec. 31, 1979

POINT AFTER DELI

26400 W. 12 MILE AT NORTHWESTERN w

SUNDAY BRUNCH 11

a.m.-2 p.m.

tar:qualm mt.)

$3.95

355-3733

28225 TELEGRAPH RD., S. OF 12 MILE

RAM"A
INN

BOSS & SECRETARY
HOLIDAY BASH

I THURS., DEC. 29, 12-3 p.m. I

HOT &

COLD BUFFET
AN IDEAL OFFICE PARTY

$4.25 per pers.

The Jewish Poor
Being Forgotten

NEW YORK (JTA) — An
analysis of non-profit foun-
dation contributions to pro-
grams for the poor has
shown that the Jewish poor
of New York City are virtu-
ally unknown in such dis-
tributions, according to
Menahem Shayovich,
president of the Metropoli-
tan New York Coordinating
Council on Jewish Poverty,
which sponsored the study.
He said that in a random
sampling of eight founda-
tions, all of which have out-
standing records in com-
munity giving, it was
learned that during the
1976 fiscal year, only two
foundations allocated funds
directed to help the Jewish
poor.
Rabbi David Cohen, the
Coordinating Council's
executive director, said the
council had started talks
with the foundations "to
convey to them the plight of
the Jewish poor" and to seek
greater foundation coopera-
tion "to establish pro-
grammatic activities aimed
at alleviating" the problems
of the Jewish poor.

Friday, December 14, 1979 41

DELIVERY AND CARRY-OUT

XMAS DAY

For Information & Reservations

SPEND NEW YEARS EVE WITH US!

CHOICE #1

BALLROOM I
I. 2 2. ■ .
• OM BAR
• NOT & COLD BUFFET 8:30-
10:30
• HATS & FAVORS
• DWAINE AT MONISM
• MIEMIGHT SUCH TABLE

DANCING TO THE

DELUXE BUFFET SERVED BIG BAND SOUND OF
2 p.m. til 6 p.m.
$950 Per $C Wor n 12

, 144,

pers.

& Under

355-2929

AUSTIN-MORO
$80 ample
Incl. Tax & Tip

CHOICE #2

CHOICE #3

SCANDALS
DISCOTEQUE

SUMMERFIELD's
RESTAURANT
. cuica of

. HATS & FAVORS

ROAST BEEF TENDERLOIN
CORNISH HEN
NEW TORN SIRLOIN

• CHAMPAGNE AT MIDNIGHT
• NO RESERVATIONS
IECESSARY

• Will WITH UM

51250 Per perm

S15 pass
Per

Tax Included

Inc.!. Tax & Tip

ROOMS $25 WITH ANY ABOVE PACKAGE ,of

Weekend special!

A Sheraton showplace for 8 30!

$30 per night, single or double occupancy, weekends

only, means the lap of luxury here at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel. Beautiful showplace guest rooms
feature oak paneling, extra-large beds, and every conven-
ience. Plus L.J. Loophole's Restaurant and Bar, the fun
place for luncheon and dinner. And there's Yesterday's,
Southfield's most popular nightspot with dancing and live
entertainment.
Call us soon to reserve a guest room for yourself
or for out-of-town visitors. And get a taste of Sheraton-
Southfield's hospitality and low weeker d rates.
ere-

t)

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

SHERATON HOTELS & INNS . WORLDWIDE
17017 WEST NINE MILE ROAD. SOUTHFiELD TE,ERHONE 55: 450")

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