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November 19, 1982 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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Praise is like champagne; is still bubbling.
it should be served while it
—Robins Reader

Announcing

GOOD FOOD at

ADAM'S RIB

CARRY-
OUTS

Ribs . . . Our old time Specialty! Mild and tender baby spare
ribs with lots of meat. A succulent taste treat for your snack,
meal or party. Heated Delivery Available.
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Now Under Mclnerney's Management
SPECIAL GET ACQUAINTED OFFER TO NEW CUSTOMERS!!
RIB BUCKET DINNER FOR 4

$4 OFF

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A Complete FEAST for 4 people . . . Reg. Price. $22.50

25226 Greenfield . North of 10 Mile
968-0370

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Dec. 9, 1982

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Restaurant

(Senior Citizens 10% Discount)
25900 GREENFIELD AT LINCOLN
968-1150

ANY
DINNER
FREE
FROM OUR SPECIAL MENU

NOW EVERYDAY—Mon. thru Fri. 3-8 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 1 p.m.-8 p.m.

WHEN YOU ORDER A SECOND DINNER OF EQUAL

OR GREATER VALUE FROM OUR SPECIAL MENU

$3.95
EXTRA SPECIAL WEEKEND BREAKFAST

WHITE FISH

W/Salad or cole slaw and pot

SAT.& leS UN. 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
• 2 EGGS (any sty
• TOAST
• COFFEE
(No discounts or carry-owt)

99c

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Ernie's Restaurant

478-0080

OFFERS

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GREAT TRAY VALUES

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meat trays ‘ 1 dairy trays

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per person

PLUS A VARIETY OF OTHER TRAYS

• vegetable trays • fruit trays-

cheese tray • finger sandwiches
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Ernie's Restaurant
478-0080

Grand River & Drake in Muirwood Square

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pianist Varani to Perform

Pianist Flavio Varani
will perform the works of
Chopin. Poulenc and Pro-
kofiev in the second concert
of the Vivace Music Series
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Birmingham Temple.
Varani is the artist-in-
residence at Oakland Uni-
versity, a post he has held
since 1972. He has recently
performed in Germany and
South America and is re-
cording the complete piano
works of Poulenc.
Varani made his debut at
age 7 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
He performed on Brazilian
television and toured with
the Brazilian National
Symphony at age 10.
He won first prize in the
International Chopin
Competition at age 18,
and is the recipient of the
Harold Bauer Award and
the Michigan Foundation
for the Arts Award.
He studied in France and
Austria and at Juilliard
School. He holds bachelor

The consideration that
human happiness and
moral duty are inseparably
connected, will always con-

tinue to prompt me to pro-
mote the former by inculcat-
ing the practice of the latter.
—Washington

DINNER THEATRE AT

HYATT REGENCY 0 DEARBORN

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions
presents

CALIFORNIA SUITE

A Comedy by Neil Simon
Group Rates and Performances Available
Reservations 593-1234
Fri. & Sat. 8:30 P.M.

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2ND FLOOR

FLAVIO VARANI

and master of music degrees
from the Manhattan School
of Music.
Varani has performed ex-
tensively throughout the
U.S. and with major music
festivals and orchestras
throughout the world.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call Evelyn Kreger,
544-8350; or Joan Rose,
543-5912.

SUPER

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that the plight of the
Falashas has worsened.
According to Shahal,
25,000 Falashas are con-
fined to four camps
guarded by soldiers in
the pay of Libyan
President Muammar
Qaddafi. They are sub-
ject to constant harass-
ment and terror, receive
no assistance from any
outside institutions and
fear to idenfity them-
selves as Jews, Shahal
said.

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ON ANY OMELETTE

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I GOOD FRI. 3 p.m.-9 p.m. SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. I
I SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY
NOV 19 20 & 21
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OPEN SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
AVAILABLE UP TO 25 PEOPLE

LDon't Forget Our

Daily All You Eat Specials

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.

Shahal said he learned of
a young Falasha who es-
caped to West Germany but
was denied an Israeli im-
migrant visa and returned
to Khartoum in Sudan
where he committed
suicide.

Alzheimer Awareness Week

0 ME MADE S . '

Congress has proclaimed
Alzheimer's Disease,
Sunday through Nov. 27 as commonly referred to as
National Alzheimer's Dis- senility, is a progressive, ir-
ease Awareness Week. Sen. reversible brain disease for
Carl Levin has been named which there is no known
honorary chairman. cause or cure.

Corner of Northwestern Highway
and J. L. Hudson Drive

(in The Delta Dental Building)

Southfield

Easy Parking
Guard Always On Duty

TM Conference

Prepared by our master chefs
with the same fine food served in
our main dining rooms.
■ 12 lb. - 14 lb. Whole Roasted Turkey ■ New
England Dressing ■ Mashed Potatoes. Giblet
Gravy ■ Cranberry Sauce ■ Succotash

Serves eight to ten people
527.95
Whole pumpkin pie
S4.50

Orders must be placed by Tuesday. November 23
and must be picked up by a pre arranged
schedule. 510.00 advance deposit required.
Major credit cards accepted.

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For reservations call:

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Troy Hilton Inn
(313) 583-9000

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Sheraton-Southfield
013) 557-4800
(between 9:00 a.m • 9:00 p m.)

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"THE CLUB"

MK Challenges Government
on Plight of the Falashas

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israel government was
challenged last week to im-
plement measures on behalf
of the Falashas, Ethiopia's
black Jewish community
now reportedly confined to
"ghetto" camps in that
country and neighboring
Sudan. The issue was ad-
dressed in an urgent agenda
motion presented to the
Knesset by Labor Align-
ment MK Moshe Shahal.
Shahal told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he
wanted to raise the matter
four months ago but re-
frained at the government's
request because of the deli-
cacy of the situation. He
said he has since received
information from a Cana-
dian television crew which
visited Ethiopia recently

Friday, November 19, 1982 41

The Transcendental
Meditation Program will
have a luncheon conference
noon Dec. 1 at the Westin
Hotel.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Detroit
Association of Professionals
Practicing the TM Program,
541-2759.

Pottery Show

Audrey Shapiro Wilkin's
fifth annual pottery show
and sale will be held noon-5
p.m. Saturday and Sunday
at the Claymoor Apts. club
room.

Podiatry Chief

Dr. Carl B. Fisher, a Flint
podiatric physician and
surgeon was installed as the
49th president of the Michi-
gan State Podiatry Associa-
tion at its 68th annual
meeting.

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SUNDAY BRUNCH

Served from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Adults $6.95 Children under 5 $4.95

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Make Reservations Now for Brunch

Woodward at Long Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills 642-0100

Voted Best Hotel Dining Room
by Monthly Detroit Magazine

552-8360

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