THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 15, 1985
Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354 6060
Liquor • Beer • Wine
Sun., Mon., Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.
Fri. & Sat. til 4 a.m.
Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Mantjios
10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757
From 5 p.m.
Mon., Feb. 18 Thru Sat., Feb. 23
BROILED CALVES LIVER
PETITE FROG LEGS
VEAL CUTLET PARMESAN
With Tomato Sauce
35780 FIVE MILE
Closed Mondays IF
EVERY WEEK A NEW i . '
; - BREAKFAST SPECIAL
t t LUNCH SPECIAL—FEB. 15 THRU FEB. 21 ft
From 11 a.m.
INCLUDES: BREAD BASKET
$ 2 9 r C I v ; ;
DINNER SPECIAL—FEB. 15 THRU FEB. 21
!BAKED 1/2 CHICKEN $
INCLUDES: TOMATO JUICE OR SOUP,
SALAD, POT. OR VEG.
AND BREAD BASKET
t CARRY-OUT SPECIALS—FEB. 15 THRU FEB. 21
t CORNED $4 98
Our Own Homemade
HIZ 'N HERZ
Wed. thru Sat.
Between Levan & Farmington
21161 Greenfield Rd., Just North of 11 Mile Rd.
Dancing & Live Entertainment
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
• Sweet 16's
• Bar Mitzvahs
• Bat Mitzvahs
FREE PARTY CONSULTATION • FREE PARTY PUNNING
• Dinner Specials
• Businessmens Luncheons
Open Daily 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
• Does Not Apply To Specials •
' Accommodations Up To 235 In One or More Rooms
Dinner includes: Soup or Tossed Salad, Potato, Fresh Vegetable & French Bread
ASK ABOUT A MENU FOR YOUR
WONDERFUL PARTY IN OUR
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
ANNIVERSARY DINNER SPECIALS
With Sauteed Onions & Apples
MONDAYS THRU WEDNESDAYS — FROM 5 P.M.
SECOND DINNER WITH FIRST
DINNER OF EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE
Cheryl & Bob Bernardi Wish To Thank Our Custom-
ers For Their Patronage The Past Two Years . . . And
Welcome You In Helping Us Celebrate Our Second
Florentine Au Gratin
3 5 0
28 ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM!
Open 6 Days a week: Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30-11 p.m.
BAKED ORANGE ROUGHY
AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
AUTHENTIC GREEK COOKING
Greektown's Finest Cuisine
i• 44 40 4* 4* 4* 40 4014440 4414044 40 40 4o 4., 41i
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP 1
MONDAYS TYHRU FRIDAYS
SAUERBRATEN W/Potato Pancakes
WIENER SCHNITZEL a la Holstein
PRIME RIB OF BEEF
ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING
FROG LEGS Roadhouse Style
FILET & SHRIMP
Dinners Include: Choise Of Crisp Salad. Cole Slow or Cottage
Cheese, Choice Of Potato or Vegetable Breadsticks and
FRI. & SAT.
1/2 OFF ALL DRINKS
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
• Wedding Receptions • Showers
• Bar Mitzvahs • Anniversaries
• Sales Meetings • Bowling & Golf Banquets
• Sweet 16s • Etc. • Etc.
Accommodations for 200 People
24931 N. Chrysler Or. at 10 Mile Rd. • Hazel Park
Lobby EEC On
Jerusalem (JTA) — Three Is-
raeli leaders will be going abroad
this month to wage what has been
described as a diplomatic offen-
sive with respect to the terms
under which Spain is to be admit-
ted to the European Economic
Israel has a special interest in-
asmuch as it sees Spain as its most
serious competitor in agricultural
exports, especially citrus, to the
European market. Spain's entry
into the EEC has already been de-
layed and the issue will top the
agenda of Premier Shimon Peres
when he visits Italy early next
Italy presently holds the rotat-
ing chairmanship of the EEC and,
like Israel, seeks to delay Spain's
acceptance into the European
Common Market for similar rea-
Deputy Premier and Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir is
scheduled to go to Europe in late
February. He is to meet with the
Foreign Ministers of France, West
Germany and Holland in hopes of
obtaining their support of Israel's
proposed conditions- for Spain's
entry into the EEC.
President Chaim Herzog left
his week on a five-day visit to
Luxembourg, France and Bel-
gium, where he was scheduled to
address the Parliament of Europe
and meet with EEC officials.
Pierre Pilimlin, president of the
Parliament, rejected a demand by
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization that it give them equal
time and invite Yassir Arafat to
address the international body.
Herzog and his wife, Ora, who
accompanied him on the trip, also
planned to meet with Jewish
leaders in the three European
The Center for New Thinking
will continue its February lecture
series with "Sensitive Perspec-
tive: Seeing Both Sides of an
Argument," Sunday at 2:30 p.m.,
and "Technostress," Thursday at
Both lectures will be at the
Somerset Mall Auditorium in
Troy. There is a charge.
For information, call the Center
for New Thinking, 546-8928.
Conductor Rafael Fruhbeck de
Burgos and pianist Peter Frankl
will make guest appearances with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, 8:30 p.m. at Ford Au-
For ticket information, call the
Ford Auditorium box office, 567-
1400, or the Orchestra Hall box
Art At Somerset
Images 6, an art exhibit • and
sale, will be at Somerset Mall in
Troy Monday through Feb. 24.
The exhibit will feature paint-
ings, sculpture, pottery and
jewelry by members of the Crea-