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May 18, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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40 Friday, May 18, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUR CHOICE OF ANY
"OLD TIME" DINNERS FOR TWO

BEST OF EVERYTHING

$5.99

INCLUDES: SALAD, POTATO, VEG.
AND FRESH BAKED BREAD

MAY BREAKFAST SPECIAL

• JUICE
• 2 EGGS
• 2 PIECES OF MEAT

• TOAST
• COFFEE
(no refills)

Continued from preceding page

$ 1 65

Since 1914

FRANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER

/■ 4,41CAUIS

Family Restaurant
22110 COOUDGE AT 9 MILE
IN A&P SHOPPING CENTER

PHOENIX

29221 NORTHWESTERN, N. of 12 Mile

111 0 /0 2742 E

SENI OR O NCITIZENS

Oak Park
541 5929

-

BREAKFAST—LUNCH—DINNER SPECIALS

• BROILED WHITE FISH • LOX & SABLE PLATES
• BAKED LAMB • RED SNAPPER • SCROD • PICKEREL
• CHICKEN • LIVER • VEAL CUTLETS • BAR-B-Q RIBS • ETC.

Sun. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

RESTAURANT
542-2199

23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE

358-2353

I COMPLETE CATERING

OPEN 7 DAYS — MON.-FRI. 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
SUN. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
SAT. 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

OPEN 1 DAYS

1

Entertainment 7 Nights a Week
Harpist . . . Tues., Wed. & Thurs.
Pianist ... Fri., Sun. & Mon.
Strolling Violins - . . . Sat.

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

SERVED ALL DAY

ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF 20 CENTS
AFTER REGULAR HOURS
ALSO DAILY LUNCH AND DINNER SPECIALS

Rated number one by world magazines

COUPON

2 FOR 1

No Carry-Outs
After 4 p.m.
BUY ONE MEAL BELOW LISTED AND GET
I
SECOND OF ANY BELOW LISTED AT NO CHARGE!







VEAL CUTLET, Pot. & Veg.
LIVER & ONIONS, Pot. & Yeg.
BAKED MEAT LOAF, Pot. & Veg.
SPAGHETTI With Meat Sauce
BAKED CHICKEN, Pot. & Yeg.

Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

4222 Second Blvd.
lBet. Willis & Canfield •

X545

Valet
Parking



833-9425

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COUPON

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One of Michigan's Finest Oriental Restaurants
Specializing In

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SPECIAL
EVENINGS

MONDAY EVENINGS

Broiled Whitefish, homemade
soup, potato du jour.

Two dinners for

$15.95

• FRIDAY EVENINGS

Choice of

• Prime Rib, potato du jour,
salad, relishes, bread basket.

or

• Broiled Whitefish, homemade
soup, potato du jour.
Two dinners for $15.95

• SUNDAY BAVARIAN
NIGHTS

Family Style Fried Chicken-
...additional helpings are on us!
Also featuring Sauerbraten,
Wiener Schnitzel and other se-
lect entrees.

Woodward at
Long Lake Rd.

Bloomfield Hills
644-1400

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MANDARIN & SZECHUAN FOOD

1 5% OFF

With This Coupon

Expires 5/31/84 I

I INNER ONLY, MON. THRU THURS.
Not Good on Lunch or Carry-Out I
I • WE USE PURE VEGETABLE OIL ONLY!
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• NO MSG UPON REQUEST
LOW CALORIE FOODS A SPECIALTY. ASK FOR MIKE CHEEK

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE OFF 6% 851-4094

Mon. to Thurs. 11:30-12 Mid.
Fri. & Sat. 11:30-2 a.m.

PRESENTS FOR MAY

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS

"HOMEMADE EGG PASTA"

(like you've never seen before!)

CHICKEN PRIMAVERA
SHRIMP PRIMAVERA
SCALLOP'S PRIMAVERA

'9.95
$1195
$1195

Served with Homemade Fettucini
and Fresh Garden Vegetable
DINNER INCLUDES: MINESTRONE SOUP, TOSSED
GARDEN SALAD & SPUMONI ICE
CREAM

5-6 p.m. preceding each con-
cert . . . with double drinks
for price of single.
This year's concert series
features traditional head-
liners like . . . Lionel
Hampton, June 11;
Maynard Ferguson, June
18; Stanley Turrentine,
July 16; and Spyro Gyra,
Aug. 8.
Opener Flora Purim and
Airto Moreira, among the
avant garde groups on the
schedule, gave one of
P'JAZZ's all-time most ex-
citing and highest-energy
concerts last year . . . band
plays rock and Brazilian
jazz, with vocalist Flora
demonstrating a six-octave
range . . . Airto (pronounced
eye-ear-toe) has been voted
World's Best Percussionist
for nine consecutive years
by Downbeat magazine.
Friday night concerts are
back for the second year .. .
featuring Alexander Zonjic
for all five nights.
Another local jazz favo-
rite, who drew the second-
highest attendance at last
year's concerts, Norma Jean
Bell, will be featured on
July 18 and Aug. 22.
Traditional local favo-
rites like Ursula Walker
and Brookside Jazz
Ensemble, the Austin Moro
Band and Trinidad Tripoli
Steel Band will be back this
summer.
New this year is a P'JAZZ

outpost booth in the motor
lobby of Hotel Pontchart-
rain to sell tickets and pro-
vide information about
P'JAZZ . . . 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.

PREVIEW OPENING

of Norman's Eton Street
Station Restaurant in Bir-
mingham is today, 4 p.m. to
9 p.m. . . . as a benefit for the
Birmingham Sculpture
Fund . . . Resident Marshal
Frederick's "Freedom of t
Human Spirit," a 28-foo
high granite base, will be
erected at Shain Park in
Birmingham . . . He is
world-renowned and best
known here for his "Spirit of
Detroit" at the City-County
Bldg.
Owners Norm LePage,
Tony Brown and Eric Lutz
are picking up cost of the
$25 opening, so that all
money goes to the fund.
The former old train sta-
tion on Eton and W. Maple
is now designed to recreate
a turn-of-the-century Euro-
pean beer garden . . . Res-
taurant is on two levels and
includes the tunnel that
goes under railroad tracks
. . . There are four dining
rooms, a bar and piano bar
. . . with seating for about
250 people.
Moderately priced menu
includes range of items from
ground rounds to Mexican
fare . . . It's open seven days
a week, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Monday through Saturday,
and 4 to 9 Sunday.

Israelis dislike women workers

New York — A recent
study indicated that 70 per-
cent of Israelis would favor
firing a female employee be-
fore a male employee in
times of economic austerity.
Na'amat-Pioneer Women
commissioned the study.
Females were even
slightly more willing to fire
women than the males who
were interviewed, reported
to Dr. Minna Zemach, direc-
tor of the Dahaf Research
Institute which conducted
the study for Na'amat. The
study was undertaken in re-
sponse to the 26 percent in-
crease in the number of
working women over the
past five years.
Regarding the "ideal"
co-worker, 50 percent of the
women indicated a prefer-
ence for working with men;
only 28 percent preferred to
work with other women,

Teddy Bear
rally at zoo

The Detroit Zoo will stage
its second annual teddy
bear rally, featuring games,
displays and contests, 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at the
Detroit Zoological Park and
the Belle Isle Zoo. Chil-
dren 5-12 will be entitled to
free admission when ac-
companied by both an adult
and a teddy bear.
For information, call the
zoo, 399-7001.

and the rest were unde-
cided. Men registered an
even stronger bias toward
male co-workers, with 62
percent in favor of working
with men, and only 14 per-
cent preferring to work with
women.

Swedish policy
hurts observant,
BB claims

Washington — B'nai
B'rith International has
called on the government of
Sweden to revoke a policy
that constrains kosher diet-
ary practices and effectively
discriminates against Jews.
In a letter to Prime Minis-
ter Olaf Palme, Gerald
Kraft, president of B'nai
B'rith declared that the pol-
icy is "double-edged."
"On one hand it prohibits
the kosher slaughter o
animals, while on the other
hand, it applies an onerous
and illogical import tax on
kosher meat purchased
from outside Sweden," said
Kraft. The B'nai B'rith
leader noted that since
1980, Swedish authorities
have outlawed kosher
slaughter as violating that
nation's cruelty-to-animals
law, even though the proce-
dure meets the require-
ments of the European Con-
vention protecting
slaughter-animals.

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