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May 25, 1984 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 25, 1984

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DELI-RESTAURANT

LISTENING POST

COUNTRY CORNER MALL

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30770 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
Jut WS if 13 Mile 647-7037

DINNER FOR 2

MIX OR MATCH ANY ENTREE

(excluding strip steak)

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD,
ENTREE, POT., HOT VEG.,
BREAD & BUTTER,
COFFEE OR TEA

95

FOR
TWO!

PLUS OUR FABULOUS SPECIALS

From 3 p.m. Daily, All Day Sat. & Sun..

"INFLATION- FIGHTER°

Any 'Old Favorite Sandwicfi,,.
Soup or Juiti,•Potato Salad. or.
Cole Slaw and. Biveraoe

95

"FRENCH CONNECTION"

1 /3

lb. Hamburger • on Freoctu
Bread, SoUp or Juice,.- French'
Fries, Cole Slaw and Beverage.

$395

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE

353-2757

Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster

Open 6 Days A Week ... Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

FRESH SEAFOOD, VEAL SPECIALTIES, ETC.
DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

Bob Bernardi

Che I Bernardi

ORIENTAL PALACE
NEW LOW PRICES!

Szechuan, Mandarin & Cantonese Cuisine

SAT.-THURS. 11:30-10 p.m.
FRI.-SAT. 11:30-11 p.m.

OPEN 7 DAYS

Complete Carry-Out
Service Available

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DETROIT'S ORIGINAL
SQUARE DEEP DISH PIZZA SINCE 1937
COUPON Ia . I I - PARTY
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NORTHWESTERN HWY..

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Farmington Hills

CALL ERNIE OR SCOTT . . . AND ASK
ABOUT OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

PHOENIX

23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE

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.

RESTAURANT
542-2199

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

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

SERVED ALL DAY

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

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COUPON

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2 FOR 1

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

eath,

871-1590

Special Appetizer Parties
Available.

Seven complete breakfast specials that'll really
wake you up. Choose from items Ilke:
• 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.

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Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

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

111 0
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101t

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

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

Really in a hurry?

357-0620
29155 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE RD.
FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

Extends Its Quality To
Special Parties Up To 200

CARRY-OUT
CALL 855-4600

Breakfast to go just $1.45

Private Party
Room Available

7618 Woodward Ave.


Microphone
Available

Breakfast
Lovers!

DANNY RASKIN

Restaurant

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No Carry-Outs
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BUY ONE MEAL BELOW LISTED AND GET
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SECOND OF ANY BELOW LISTED AT NO CHARGE!

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

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All Include Bread & Butter

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WHEN EMPLOYEES
went on strike at private
clubs recent Friday morn-
ing, it was a devastating ex-
perience for many people
. . . Some plans had to be
canceled . . . others looking
for places had to take what
they could with short notice
. . . Such a shame.
Pauline and Leo Weiss
were among the luckier
ones.
"For- eight months, we
had been planning and vis-
ualizing our daughter
Adele's wedding at Wabeek
Country Club on Saturday,
May 12. Thursday after-
noon I received a call from
the club informing me there
was a lock-out and we could
not have the club facilities
for the wedding as planned.
I was shocked, devastated,
absolutely beside myself —
how could this have hap-
pened? I made a number of
calls and found that party
facilities were all filled —
May is a big celebration
month.
"Through my brother-in-
law, Sy Lipten, we con-
tacted the caterer, Lynne
Schwarz of the Farmington
Hills Holiday Inn. She and
John Lesinski, her assis-
tant, Kim Davidson, the
chef, just took over and
reassured me that all would
go well — and they pulled
off a miracle! They served
the same hors d'oeuvres and
meal that we would have
had at the club — with only
two days notice! Everyone
said the food was delicious.
The cooperation and con-
cern that everything go well
could not have been ex-
ceeded. The guests ate,
drank and danced to the
lively Innovations group
and all agreed it was a great
wedding. The newly wed
Adele and Jay Schnaith
concur."
'.Pauline Weiss
DEVOTION DEPT. . . .
Marcia Robinson has a lot of
it . . . especially when it
comes to her charitable
work . . . Mother's Day Sun-
day, there was Marica in
front of Irving's Deli on
Greenfield . . . with rain
pouring down . . . collecting
for Pioneer Women . . . She
was in a wheel chair .. .
wrapped in blankets . . . and
a cast on her leg . . . follow-
ing operation at Beaumont
Hospital.
CONGRATS . . . to Ger-
tie and Phil Krasnik . . . on
their 50th anniversary.
REUNION DEPT. .. .
Oak Park High class of
1964 will have its 20-year
shindig in November . .
Cap 'n gowners not notified
can contact Mel Dryman,
967-0652.
LAST WEEK WAS fifth
anniversary by The Chil-
dren's Bookshop at
Applegate Square, North-
western Hwy. . . . with bal-
loons, Shy Violet the clown,
puppet shows, book draw-
ings, and even a Mickey
Mouse look-alike to greet
everyone . . . The Children's
Bookshop is a highly re-
garded supplier of chil-

dren's books and educa-
tional materials.
MIGHTY PROUD par-
ents were Flora and Frank
Winton . . . as they attended
recent preview showing of
nationally acclaimed
daughter Susan Winton
Feinberg's newly decorated
Riverfront model.
Was a celebration of their
own, also . . . as Flora and
Frank toasted their 42nd
anniversary.
Susan is with Walter
Herz Interiors, and last year
received one of five awards
for residential design excel-
lence given by Chicago De-
sign Resources . . . Her
nationwide note is for resi-
dential and commercial
work in Michigan and the
country.
NEW LABEL on de-
signer dresses around town
reads, "Rosanne Designs"
... They're the collection of
localite Rosanne Schlussel
. . . Seven originals are at
Jacobson's in Birmingham
and SHE at Market Street
Plaza on Northwestern .. .
Order from Neiman-Marcus
in Chicago has also come to
Rosanne.
MAIL -DEPT. . . . "So
many thanks to Marc P.
Lindey D.P.M., medical and
surgical foot specialist on
Southfield Rd. for his kind-
ness and wonderful ability.
Also to Dr. Lindey's recep-
tionist, Mary Burgess, for
her extreme friendliness."

Cherie Weiss

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NORMAN AND ROSE
Sobel have much reason to
be proud . . . and draw
thanks from three sons .. .
Bruce graduated May 20
from University of Health
Sciences, former Kansas
City College of Osteopathic
Medicine, in Missouri .. .
Jerry graduates June 1
from University of Michi-
gan Medical School . . . and
Larry, now practicing
medicine, got his diploma
from Wayne State Univer-
sity Medical School.
BERNIE SNEIDER
made a complete turnabout
for his life's fulfillment .. .
Owned drug store in Detroit
since 1941 . . . and opened
Cody Pharmacy in Detroit
from 1957 to 1981 on
Chicago Blvd. . . . That's
when he reti-
red . . . and made the change
. . . becoming a nature
photographer.
Bernie remembers going
to Wayne State University
College of Pharmacy after
Northern High . . . and liv-
ing on Westminister .. .
across the street from
Slomovitz Dept. Store and
near Levine's Delicatessen.
During the past few
years, Bernie has displayed
and sold many of his photo-
graphs at various art shows
in Michigan and Ohio .. .
The book, Renaissance by
Dr. Stevd Goren, published
two years ago, contains 27 of
his photographs . . . Bernie
was artist committee
chairman of the recent suc-
cessful Southfield Arts
Council Art Festival.

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