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April 20, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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Friday, _April 20, 1984

WE
SERVE
THE
BEST'

THE DETROIT 4EVVISH_NEWS

IAL

ANYTIME
OR DAY!

22140 WOODWARD

CATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

Just S. of 9 Mile

• Cocktails

Ferndale

544-7933

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SMALL GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE

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AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

REG. MEAL

FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
STUFFED FLOUNDER
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
FISH & CHIPS
BAKED MEAT LOAF mh. -Thffs
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE (lie & firs.)
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
1 /2 BAR-B4 FRESH CHICKEN
'/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN
ROAST FRESH TURKEY ■ itessing
BAR-B-O RIBS
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BABY BEEF LIVER
VEAL CUTLETS
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF an jus
CHOPPED SIRLOIN vision sacs
VEAL PARMESAN
BAKED LASAGNA
RAVIOLI weigialis
MOUSAKA (kaki eu /IRO
SPINACH PIE
FROG LEGS Roadhouse Style

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Deli Unique

25290 GREENFIELD North of lo Mile Rd

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REG. MEAL INCLUDES:
CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg or Greek).
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
OR SPAGHETTI. GREEK BREAD
& STICKS

Seven new farm-fresh
breakfast specials
for $1.95 to $2.65

Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-1 1:30 a.m.

Seven complete breakfast specials that'll really
wake you up. Choose from items like:
• ten-grain sourdough cakes with pure maple syrup
• large fresh eggs cooked In real butter
• breads, muffins and Danish pastries from our very
own bakery.

We also feature freshly-squeezed orange or grapefruit
juice. Choose freshly extracted apple or carrot Juice or pos-
sibly one of our eye-opening high energy shakes.

So, if you're a breakfast lover, start off your morning with
the farm-fresh goodness of breakfast at The Good Earth.

Really in a hurry?
Breakfast to go just $1.45

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(Coffee or Good Earth special tea blend, and your
choice of a fresh baked Danish, croissant or two muf-
fins.)

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9-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES:

FMK COP, NICE 01 SNP. DIKE Of SAW,
POTATO, YECETARE, CREEK NOD & STICKS.
COFFEE 01 TEA. PINCE OF DESSERT
(Strawbecry Ceeesscake. &Met Pin el . faille Ice
Croak Ric Pu iiig v Ili)

961-3999,

Breakfast
Lovers!

9-COURSE MEAL

$4.25
$4.95
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$6.25
$3.25
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Restaurant and Bakery

31005 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT 14 MILE • Farmington Hills
ADJACENT TO TALLY HALL
7 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

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It happens every Monday through Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. and includes
your choice of Meriwether's "Fresh froin Nature Entrees." There's the
Chicken Teriyaki Vegetables, Chicken Meriwether, Petite Top Sirloin,
Fresh Boston Scrod and our unique San Francisco Stirfry.
And your complete dinner includes your choice of Seafood Chowder or
Steak Soup, salad and our famous teacup bread. Plus, your choice of
coffee, tea or milk and Haagen Daz ice cream or sherbet for dessert.
Join us soon for a fabulous feast you won't soon forget!

American Express and other
major credit cards accepted.

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DANNY RASKIN

French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine

IH ALL REG. OR 9-COURSE MEALS!

OPEN 7 DAYS

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FAMILY CLUSTER
group from Christ of Re-
deemer Church in Lake Or-
ion, has Passover Seder
prior to the holiday . . . com-
plete with readings by var-
ious members from Jewish
Haggadah . . . Even tradi-
tional plate of bitter herbs,
lamb bone, etc. . . . Eight
couples and their children,
26 in all, attended the Seder
at one of members' homes
. . . It is an annual- doing,
each year at a different
place.
Joy Nettle, wife of Al Net-
tle, at Charter House
Barber Shop on Northwest-
ern north of 12 Mile, lit can-
dles and did first reading
from Haggadah . . . Al was
second (about three pages)
. . . Then dinner with mat-
zah, regular and fried,
lamb, horseradish and
wine.
It was first time for Joy
and Al, with hopes it will
be lead by both a priest and
rabbi.
CONGRATS ...to Celia
and Louis Dzodin ... on
their 41st anniversary .. .
Daughter Batya Dzodin,
dance and theater teacher,
came in from Jerusalem, Is-
rael to be with parents on
the occasion.
TWO FUND RAISERS
by fine lassies of Autumn
Hills Chapter, Women's
American ORT, are set a
week apart . . . April 30, it's
restocking after Passover
. . . with portion of sales do-
nated by Bulk Food Ware-
house, Orchard-12 Plaza on
Orchard Lake Rd. . . . Mar-
lene Burns is chairgal to
call for more info, 553-0202.
Week later on the Sun-
day, May 6, is very conven-
ient Lox Box Sale . . . with
brunch delivered between 8
a.m. and 12 p.m. . . . $10 in-
cludes juice, six bagels,
cream cheese, 1/4 lb. lox, to-
mato slices and sweet roll
. . . People are already start-
ing to call . . . Shelly
Spaulding, 559-0269, or
Sheri Lisagor, 626-7929.
In both instances, checks
can be made out directly to
ORT.
The Bulk Foods project
doesn't interrupt regular
Kiddyland setup which has
been a fund-raising standby
last three years . . . Autumn
Hills, has 85 members .. .
Sheri Lisagor is president.
20th REUNION of
Berkley High, 1964 class, is
Aug. 4 at Hillcrest Country
Club . . . Call Sally Zitta,
391-3542, or Rochelle Jur-
vis, 545-0398.
CONGRATS ... to Herb
Kaufman . . . on his birth-
day . . . to Lori and Jerry
Guttman . . . on their third
anniversary.
ANOTHER NEW proj-
ect comes to National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section .. .
and still another committee
. . . Joining Meals on
Wheels, Fashion Spree and
so many other fine ventures
by NCJW is "You're Never
Too Old To Be Young"
seminar, Thursday, 10:30

a.m.-2:30, with mini lunch
at NCJW office, 16400 W.
12 Mile . . . Chairman is
Nena Dillick, and Mary
Lakoff is co-chairwoman.
70 CERTIFICATES
were given at recent annual
Volunteer Awards Lunch-
eon by Senior Adult Council
in Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of Jewish Commu-
nity Center . . . It was also
installation of senior adult
members which was to have
taken place last November
. . . President Helen Singer
emceed . . . as each volun-
teer was acknowledged by
Executive Director Eugene
Jaffee, who called the
names of everyone from the
many JCC groups . . . The
senior adult volunteer
workers are a very highly
regarded bunch of men and
women . . . whose work and
ambition doesn't- go unrec-
ognized.
DEADLINE
FOR
Northern and Central
Super 50 Reunion is coming
up soon . . . Shindig is
weekend of July 27-29 at
Sheraton Oaks Hotel in
Novi.
The biggie is for
graduates from both schools
who diploma'd anytime be-
fore or after 1934 . . .
Three-day celebration will
be first of its kind in the na-
tion as far as is known .. .
with swimming, racquet-
ball, food every day, danc-
ing to Fenby-Carr group on
Saturday. Deli dining is
Friday night, international
buffet with gourmet exotic
foods from all countries at
various stations on Satur-
day and brunch Sunday.
Call General Chairman Iz
Malin, 864-2506 . . . It
sounds like something
people won't want to miss
out on . . . Seymour Fabrick,
232-8191, who headed
Northern reunion here, is
attending with California
contingent . . . Folks are
making arrangements from
the country over . . . Co-
chairmen are Kopel Kahn,
626-6467, and Ray Zim-
merman, 875-4900.
THREE OF ORIGINAL
founders of North Detroit
General Hospital are still
active on staff as it celeb-
rates birthday number 40
on Carpenter in Ham-
tramck . Dr. Milton
White, Dr. Leonard Haking
and Dr. Morris Greenberg
. . . also recently opened was
new Carpenter Medical
Plaza, 30,000-square-foot
three-story complex.

Biologist in talk
at Somerset

The Center for New
Thinking will present
"Monkeys, Apes and the
Roots of Human Nature," a
lecture by biologist
Marietta Baba 10 a.m.
Thursday at the Somerset
Mall in Troy.
There is a charge for the
event. For information call
the center, 546-8928.

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