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September 24, 1982 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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24234 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 10 MILE

NOW SERVING
COCKTAILS

CARRY OUT AVAILABLE

476-1377

pumperniles

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Specializing In ROTISSERIE RIBS
AS YOU LIKE THEM

• SEAFOOD
• MEXICAN DISHES
SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

I HUNGRY JACK SPECIAL ... RIBS FOR TWO

$12.95

r: 1/2 P OFF :1

OUR ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

;ADULT SUNDAY BRUNCN ~

11 a.m.-3 p.m.

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$7951

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for

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ON ANY OMELETTE

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(4 Buy one of our 47 varieties of omelettes and get a

second omelette of equal or lesser value FREE.

GOOD FRI. 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Sept 24 25 & 26

SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

Look. Over Our 47 Varieties

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Made wan 3 eggs served wan Iresn hash Drowns or American Ines.
toast biSCuilS Of bagel Grilled 0...1n on request

Guacamole
Sour Cream
Home Made salsa
Cream Cheese

KIBBUTZ Pastrami and Swiss cheese
VEGETARIAN

Sprouts. tomatoes. Jack cheese. mushrooms

ZUCCHINI

Tender zucchini, with a touch of garlic

. SPINACH

Tender spinach. Jack cheese

VEGETABLE MEDLEY

50
25
25
40

3 95
3 75

3 75

3 75

3 95

Tender sauteed vegetables in season, cheddar
cheese

ASPARAGUS

395

Tender asparagus. Jack. cheese

BROCCOLI
. Steamed with cheddar cheese
MUSHROOMS 5w,ss Cheese
RATATOULLE

3 95

ORTEGA

340

Green chi/is smothered in melted Jack cheese

with salsa, it you please

4.50

3 95

Ground beef. onions, spinach. gravy

Tomato

3 95

CONEY ISLAND

3 95

bacon. Jack cheese topped with sou ,

cream

HAWAIIAN DELITE

Gu h lled

ham
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cheese

4 25

pineapple. Jack cheese topped

VEAL PARMESAN

ITALIANO

Home made salsa, Jack cheese. onions. topped
writ) guacamole and sour cream

SALAMI Onions. peppers
PLANTATION

GUACAMOLE

395
365

garlic

NACHO

Galled Polish sausage. green peppers, onions.
with Swiss cheese

'Grilled

SPANISH -

Chips. ground beef. salsa. cheddar cheese .
Topped with Jack cheese and guacamole

LIVER & ONIONS Carefully StUt!.'"' ..... .. 3.95
KOWALSKI'S KREATION
3 95

3.95

Egg plant. zucchini. tornatoeS, parmesar a hint of

"Great Decisions '82," an
eight-week series co-
sponsored by the Center for
Peace and Conflict Studies
— Detroit Council for World
Affairs at Wayne State
University and Oakland
Community College, will
begin 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the OCC Southfield cam-
pus.
There is a fee. For regis-
tration information, call
OCC, 542-1290, ext. 349.

with onion

4 25

mushrooms sauce Jack

4 25

Italian sausage. mushrooms , onions peppers.
Jack cheese and sauce

PIZZA

Pepperoni, mushrooms. jack cheese and sauce

GOBBLER

Turkey, mild green chins. Jack cheese
medal winner gobble. gobble. gobble

Fe:a c Neese. black olives. tomatoes. onions
Hopa—to a g'ood hle

STROGANOFF

50
3 65
3 95

450

Roast beer. gravy. mushrooms. sour cream
DENVER Ham. green pepper. onions

With Cheese
HAM Cheddar cheese
SAUSAGE Cheddar cheese
FARMERS

Ham. onions. wrapped around rangy cheddar
cheese with hash browns tucked away

RUEBEN
Corned beet. sauerkraut. Swiss cheese
PORKY PIG

3 75
3 95
3 50
3 50
395

3 95

3 95

Diced hem. bacon and sausage with American

cheese

3.95

A gold

450

DELI Corned beef, green pepper. onion

4 25
4 95
5 96

Chicken breast sauteed in butler with onion green
PaPPer and Jack cheese

LOX Wan cream cheese. onions
ALASKAN KING

Crab meat sauteed in butter with a touch of garlic.
Swiss cher e and sour cream

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Shrimp. sprouts. Swiss cheese and sour cream

spgctat way

BACON Cheddar cheese
CHILI Cheddar cheese. salsa
GREEK

4.50

CHICKEN LITTLE

3 75. - SHRIMP
Chili. hot dog. cheddar cheese. Silverman's

Bergman Gets
Emmy for `Golda'

LOS ANGELES — The
late Ingrid Bergman was
presented with a post-
humous Emmy Award last
Sunday for her portrayal of
Israeli Prime Minister
Golda Meir.
The award to Mrs.
Bergman, who died of
cancer last month, was for
her performance in the tele-
vision movie "A Woman
Called Golda." The show
was named outstanding
dramatic special.

coupon

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Recent works of art by
Deanna Sperka will be ex-
hibited in a one-person
show at the LeBel Gallery of
the University of Windsor
through Oct. 15. A gallery
talk by the artist and a re-
ception will take place at 8
p.m. Wednesday.
The exhibition includes
photography, sculpture and
multi-media works using
natural materials.
The hours of the exhibit
are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., weekdays
or by appointment.

Africa Topic
of Lecture





••••••• ••••••••

I CALL 557-88991

Deanna Sperka
Exhibits Works

Friday, September 24, 1982 31

5 95

CHINA TOWN

3 76

EGG FOO YOUNG

3 75

CHICKEN CHOP SUEY

4 25

Oriental vegetables with a teriyaki flavor. egg roll

Pancake style. with gravy egg roll Ah .500-0o'

Oriental vegetables, 6 or. chicken breast, egg

roll :Elaine's 'avow*, Sorry no pan fried noodlei

JACK AND JILL Jelly and peanut butter
CHEESE Chedc4r. Swiss and Jack

NAPOLEON

Fruit. Jack cheese lopped with yogurt

PLAIN NO FRILLS
CHEFS CREATION

Or your own creation

Youw be surprised

STEAK RANCHEROS

295

3 50
395

2 65
4 95

5 95

6 oz Ribeye, diced with onions. green pepper.
salsa. Jack cheese Served with guacamole and
sour cream

Saturday 9 amme-3 pane
Sunda 9 a.m.-3 .me

Now Serving 2 or 3 Homemade
Specialties Daily for Lunch
and Dinner

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Can "E atSpecials

Daily All DY o u C a

Open: Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The original Old World
Market will take place
Thursday through Oct. 3 at
the International Institute
in the cultural center.
Folk art, foods, crafts, folk
dance and demonstrations
will highlight the activities.
The public is invited.







State Sen. Jack Faxon
will have an exhibition of
his recent art works on
paper and masonite
through Oct. 15 at the Uni-
versity Library at the Uni-
versity of Michigan-
Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen,
Dearborn.
A reception to meet
Faxon will be held at,7:30
p.m. today. Exhibit hours
are 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday
through Thursday; 8 a.m.-6
p.m. Friday; 1-6 p.m. Satur-
day and 1-11 p.m. Sunday.
W. Hawkins Ferry is the
curator of the exhibit.

Ethnic Festival
at Institute

FIRST SEATING SOLD OUT.
RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE FOR
SECOND SEATING — 8:45 p.m.

OUR BUFFET WILL INCLUDE
• LOX
• BANANAS
• SABLE
• BAGELS
♦ • SMOKED FISH
V
• CREAMED CHEESE
• GEFILTE FISH
• SOUR CREAM
• PICKLED FISH
• COTTAGE CHEESE
A • FRUIT SALAD
• ASSORTED CHEESES
v • SCRAMBLED EGGS
• HARD-BOILED EGGS

• BLINTZE SOUFFLE
• ASSORTED VEGETABLES
• TOSSED SALAD
• COFFEE

. POTATO KNISH
• POP
• LATKES
• STREUDEL
• JELLO MOLDS
• BABKA
• APPLE SAUCE.
• ECLAIRS
• TUNA FISH SALAD
• HALAVA

Faxon Exhibits
Works of Art

Foreign Policy
Lectures Set

SPECIALS MON.-FRI. FROM 5 p.m.

INCLUDE: A DIFFERENT
ENTREE EACH
DAY, DINNER
SALAD & ROLL

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
.:i;

The Center for New
Thinking will present a talk
on "War in Black Africa," by
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine 10
a.m. Thursday in the Some-
rset Mall auditorium.
There is a fee. For infor-
mation, call the center,
546-8928.

S NOME M AD E S pe c ialtie s

Corner of Northwestern Highway
and J. L. Hudson Drive

(In the Delta Dental Building)

maZaayrikatg i Duty 552.8360
SOUTHFIELD opard

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