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June 06, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CHINESE
BUFFET
Featuring All Varieties of

Authentic Chinese Dishes

ALL YOU. CAN EAT

Served from 5 p.m. every Fri. & Sat.

SHANGRI-LA WEST

TELEGRAPH AT SQUARE LAKE RD.

Across From

IN THE MIRACLE MILE SHOPPING CENTER

Showcase Cinema

335-8060

Credit Cards Honored

I

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 32)
commercially-prepared
sauce. Moreover, com-
mon menu descriptions
such as 'homemade' and
`kosher' should be re-
placed with more accu-
rate terms like 'homes-
tyle' and 'kosher style.'
... (the latter an excep-
tion in Michigan where
such wordage is against
state law.)
• Method of Preserva-
tion — Frozen or canned
vegetables and juices
should never be described as
`fresh' because 'fresh' means
that it is not preserved in
any fashion. When a patron
orders a 'fresh fruit salad,'
the expectation is for all
fresh fruits and not a com-
bination of fresh, frozen,
canned or chilled.'
". Food Preparation — It
is clear misrepresentation
to describe a menu item as
`broiled' when it is, in fact,
fried or sauteed. Moreover,
`since many people are al-
lergic to, or attempting to
avoid, particular methods of
food preparation,' restau-
rant operators 'should not
only be accurate in the
menu description, but food
prepared in a special way
(such as charcoal broiled,
barbequed, smoked or deep
fried) should also be in-
cluded in the description.'
t• Dietary or Nutritional
Claims — Menu misrep-
resentations concerning a
food's sugar or salt content
are not only deceptive, but
can pose a 'health hazard to
those people who are under
special dietary restrictions.'
In addition, descriptionS
such as low calorie' and
other nutritional claims
`should not be made unless
they can be supported.'
". Verbal and Visual
Presentation — 'A con-
sumer looking at a pic-
ture on the menu, wall
poster, or any other form
of advertising expects to
be served a meal' similar
to the one depicted. Simi-
larly, 'imitation sour
cream or bacon bits
should not he served
when consumers are
asked if they want sour
cream or bacon pieces for
their baked.potato, nor
should domestic blue
cheese be used when the
consumer orders a
Roquefort cheese salad
dressing.'
.• Brand Names —
Trademarks for food items
should not be used generi-
cally, and 'any brand or
trademark product that is
advertised should be the one
served.'
• Point of Origin — Res-
taurant patrons may choose
a food because it comes from
a particular geographic
area (Winconsin cheese,
Idaho potatoes, Maine
lobsters, Florida orange
juice, Virginia ham, Roma-
nian pastrami, Maryland
crabmeat, Dover sole, etc.).
Since this 'point of origin
depicts unique char-
acteristics that. the con-
sumer expects when order-
ing the food,' these descrip-
tions should always be

Ct

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Includes
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Atmosphere You Want For
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days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials . .
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accurate."
THE
MYSTERY
MUNCHER WRITES ...
"If you're on an economy
kick, you can still eat out
and enjoy it without shel-
ling out a bundle. At Sila's
on 12 Mile just east of
Greenfield, a medium an-
tipasto salad for two is more
than enough and the price is
right. In fact, if you're
brown bagging it for lunch
these days, your friendly Si-
la's waitress will cheerfully
put the leftovers of the more
than ample salad in a carton
and it stays fresh for at least
two noon meals; That's Ita-
lian.
"Beau Jack's on Tele-
graph and Maple serves
juicy hamburgers any way
you like them and you won't
stop smiling when the bill
comes. The dining room is
attractive and decorated
with warm, good taste.
"In the same area is Ho-
gan's Family Tavern, once
a Howard Johnson, with
posters, a funhouse decor
and a reasonable menu for
couples and families. Spe-
cialties are ground rounds,
just plain or with double
cheese, Canadian bacon or
sauteed' mushrooms and on-
ions, Gazpacho soup and
quiche and ice cream
cocktails.
(Continued on Page 34)

Friday, June 6, 1980 33

Artist Exhibits in Ypsilanti

Detroit artist Deanna
Sperka will exhibit recent
mixed-media works in a
one-woman show Monday
through June 15 at the Sill
Gallery on the Eastern
Michigan University cam-
pus, Ypsilanti.
Among the works to be
exhibited are: Installations
in natural materials,
photograph and sound.
Many of the themes are de-
rived from Jewish mysti-
cism.

The exhibit will culmi-
nate in a reception 2 p.m.
June 1.5. Gallery hours are
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
through Friday. The public
is invited free of charge.

Drone Crashes

TEL AVIV (JTA) - -A
pilotless Israel Air Force
plane crashed near Rameh
last week. There were no
casualties. The crash was
blamed on technical failure.

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Detroit Free Press By
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

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or
Dialog

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Lunches and Dinners

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Women don't get equal treatment
at the Sheraton-Southfield.

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They get the V.I.P. Treatment.

Especially during the month of June.
Because that's when the Sheraton ,
Southfield is initiating its "Women In
Travel" program.
W.I.T. is designed to recognize the in-
creasing number of women who are
active in today's working wbrld.Particu-
larly women who travel.
All W.I.T. guests will receive a "WIT KIT",
a personalized canvas bag containing

many practical items like toiletries. A
complimentary wine and cheese platter.
And special discount coupons for many
of the shops and services in the hotel.
So if you're a business woman who
travels, call the Sheraton-
Southfield.
We want to give you the
V.I.P. treatment.

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

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