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August 17, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

raries aided
book sale

he Brandeis University
aries will benefit from
annual used book sale
sored by the Greater
roit Chapter, Brandeis
i versity National
men's Committee.
he sale will take place
22-29 at the Tel-12
11. At 9:30 p.m. Wednes-
there will be a preview,
which there is an admis-
charge. Admission to
rest of the sale is free.
ore than 100,000 books
ver 80 categories will be
sale. Left over books will
donated to the Depart-
nt of Comthunity and
man Services in Pontiac.
ours are 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
ly and noon-5 p.m. Sun-

nnis tryouts
Farmington

egional qualifying ten-
tryouts for the U.S.
ry in the 1985 Mac-
iah Gathes will be held
the Farmington Tennis
b, 22777 Farmington
., Farmington Hills, on
g. 24-26.
11 participants must be
er age 14. Pros and
ateurs are eligible.
mi-finalists of every
ional tournament will
pete in the national fi-
Is in Philadelphia, Pa.,
n. 9-13.
For information, call
rschel Riley or Sue Var-
y at the tennis club, 476-
46.

ncer meeting
ated Tuesday

Focus on Living (with
cer) meeting will be held
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
eside Lounge at First
esbyterian Church of
mingham, . 1669 W.
ple.
he purpose of this self-
p group is to bring to-
her family members who
e questions or are ex-
iencing problems as a re-
t of living with cancer.
r information, contact the
erican Cancer Society,
7-5353.

mmended

ammy L. Alspector of
omfield Hills has been
mended by Rudolph H.
ngartner, dean of the
lege of Arts and Sciences
Northwestern Univer-
, "for distinguished aca-
ic achievement" during
spring quarter. Aispec-
received the comnienda-
n as a sophomore at
hwestern.
he dean's commenda-
is awarded to students
o achieve a grade point
rage of 3.75 or higher on
.0 system.

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se OFF ,

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Presents

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A COOL
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With this coupon. Expires 8/23/84 I

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ANTIPASTO PASTA SALAD
MARINATED CHICKEN

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ANy

sauteed with fresh vegetables and herbs

CHICKEN CALVODOS

Other Coupons
Not Included

with fresh fruit, cream and brandy
or

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with sauce supreme

LEMON ICE

$9.95

Friday, August 17, 1984 55

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HOURS: MON. - THURS.-11 A.M: 12 P.M.
- SAT. 11A:M..-1 A:M., SUNDAY 1-11

Chef WALT ZUKIN

Extends a Cordial Invitation

to this distinguished list of Metropolitan Detroiters...all
of whom were his loyal patrons at Zukin's Inn-The-Park,
to join him in a champagne toast celebrating the

ala • •

Ope?tigi g td o. f

.ZUMWS-

DEll CAFE

Mayor Coleman Young • County Exec. William Lucas • Councilwoman Enna . Henderson
• Councilwoman-Maryann Mahaffey • Councilman Nicholas Hood • Councilman Clyde Cleveland
• Councilman David Eberhard • Councilman Jack Kelley • Councilman Mel Ravitz • Councilwoman
Barbara Collins • Judge Justin Ravitz • Congressman George Crockett • Senator Carl Levin

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Fraser • Chief of Police Hart • George Bell • Mr. & Mrs. Irving Maldaver • Mr. & Mrs. Ken Cockrell • Harry

Paull • Mr. & Mrs. Louis Fontana • Carmen Harlan & Jessica • Mr. & Mrs. Lou Whitaker • Dave Bing • Congressman Sander
Levin • Sen. Donald Riegle • Sec. of State Richard Austin • Morley Winograd • Malcolm Dade • Rick Wiener • Judge Damon
Keith • Judge Avern Cohn • Judge Anna Diggs Taylor • Judge Marianne Battani • Judge Charles Farmer &Chip • Cmdr.
Billie Willis • Raymond Willis • Sam Fishman • Father Cunningham • Father Francis P. Facione • Judge Geraldine Ford

Judge Samuel Gardner • Judge Craig Strong • Judge Robert Evans • Esther Shapiro • Sheriff Stefano • Dr. Gilbert Maddox • Rev. Peoples • Charles
Williams • Ron Hewitt • Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Dillard • Cmdr. Greer Mitchell • Mr. & Mrs. L. Mongo • Ms. Caron Farmer • Prof. Betty Phillips • Mr. & Mrs.
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• Eric Clay • Herb Cregg • Mel Kaytes • Brian Flanagan • Mr. & Mrs. Berry • Onita Sanders • Ms. Janet Jewell • Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Campbell • Mr. &
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John Taylor • Mr. & Mrs. Ron Phillips • Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mueckenheim • Ken Moon • Ms. Barbara Johnson • Ms. Barbara Haynes • Ms. Penny
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Ms. Marguerite Evans • Larry Breech • Stanley Selik • Capt. Andy • Ms. Ann Marie Topolewski • Emmett Polk • Mrs. Forbes • Don Mordell • Ted Wallace • Shiekess Dee Saunders Cohen
• Ms. Marie Salaka...and the hundreds of our other loyal customers and friends.

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Corner of Edinborough

Phone: 532-1422

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4 a.m.; Sun. 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. CLOSED MONDAY

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