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November 08, 1985 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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Friday, November 8, 1985

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Greektown's Finest Cuisine

LAIKON
CAFE
AUTHENTIC GREEK COOKING

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.

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Liquor • Beer • Wine
Sun., Mon., Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.
Fri. & Sat. til 4 a.m.

Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Mantjios
-01
Monroe Ave.
Downtown Detroit 963-7058M

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SUNRISE CAFE

AND DELI

SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL

1 olkig, MON. THRU SAT. 1 a.m.-11 a • m. SUN. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

• 2 EGGS (any style)
• 2 STRIPS OF BACON OR
2 LINKS OF SAUSAGE
• TOAST & JELLY

(with Hashed Browns $ 1

$1.65)

AT 10 MILE RD. & GREENFIELD

(In NEW ORLEANS MALL)

967-3999
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

552-1100

EXTENDS ITS HOURS
BEGINNING TUES., NOV. 5

MONDAYS 7 a.m. TO 3 p.m.
TUES. thru SAT.
7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
SUNDAYS 8 a.m. TO 9:30 p.m.

• 2 EGGS (any style) $ 1
• TOAST & JELLY
3 9
• COFFEE

DINNER SPECIALS

2 9

INCLUDE ENTREE,
SALAD, POT.,
BREAD & BUTTER

$2 99

COOLIDGE CAFE

Sun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
DAILY HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 1 a.m.-8 p.m.
22110 COOLIDGE & 9 MILE (In A & P Shopping Center) 541-5929

GREEK-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
569-1112
SUPER SPECIALS OF THE WEEK NOV. 8 TO NOV. 14

29267 SOUTHFIELD (In Farrell's Shopping Plaza at 121/2 Mile) •

WE WILL NOW BE SERVING
COMPLETE DINNER COURSES
WHICH WILL INCLUDE
APPETIZER, SOUP, SALAD & DES-
SERT

STROLLING VIOLINS, FRI., NOV. 8, 6 to 9 p.m.

• 3 LAMB CHOPS

With Potatoes

• BROILED BONELESS
BREAST OF CHICKEN With Rice
• VEAL PARMESAN With spaghetti
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• BOSTON SCROD
• BRAISED LAMB SHANK With Rice

s4.65

$5.60

'4.95
$4. 25

SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT 10% ANYTIME! (Except specials)

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Sheraton Oaks Sunday !Brunch
10 a.m. to 2. p.m.

Adults 58.95 Seniors 57.95 Children 54.95

Age 5 and under complimentary

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Hotels, Inns & Resorts Worldwide
The hospitality people of ITT

27000 SHERATON DRIVE

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Awards Reception
Will Honor Two

The Jewish Labor Committee
will present the Labor Human
Rights Awards at 7:30 p.m. Nov.
18 in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Aronoff, 3950 Franklin,
Bloomfield Hills.
The two recipients this year
are Robert Naftaly, national
treasurer of the Anti-
Defamation and director of the
State of Michigan Department
of Management and Budget, and
Irving Bluestone, retired vice
president of the United Auto
Workers and co-chairman of the
Economic Alliance of Michigan.
The honorary chairman of this
benefit is Paul D. Borman. The
benefit is held for the Jewish
Labor Committee's grassroots
project, Labor for a Secure Is-
rael.
For more information on
Labor for a Secure Israel and on
the Labor Human Rights Recep-
tion, call the Jewish Labor
Committee, 964-2013.

549-4411

A magnificent array featuring all your
breakfast favorites including hot entrees.
made to order omelettes, smoked fish,
specialty salads, pastries, and much
more. Featuring Live Entertainment for
Your listening pleasure.

!Reservations Recommended
348-500c Ext. G93

The sixth winner in the Mac-
cabees "Quest For Excellence"
talent competition is Elizabeth
Rowin, a 21-year-old violinist
from Birmingham. Ms. Rowin
received an honorarium and
now qualifies for the grand fi-
nals which will be broadcast on
WQRS-FM 105, Dec. 18 at 8
p.m. from Orchestra Hall.
A senior at Mannes College of
Music in New York, Ms. Rowin
plans to pursue a career in
chamber music. Her list of
awards include the Traub Music
Scholarship for summer study in
Europe, a chamber music fel-
lowship to the Fountainbleau
School of Music, a scholarship to
the Aspen School of Music and
second prize in the Lansing
Matinee Musicale String Young
Artist Competition.
The Maccabees "Quest For
Excellence" is a weekly talent
competition for young artists be-
tween the ages of 15 and 21
years and is broadcast before a
studio audience at Wayne State
University's Community Arts
Auditorium.

(JUST NORTH OF 13 MILE)

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Local Violinist
Wins Contest

$6.95

ABOVE SPECIALS ALSO INCLUDE: SOUP OR GREEK
SALAD, BREAD & CHEESE SPREAD AND RICE PUDDING SOUFFLE

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LOCAL NEWS

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We're putting on our Sunday best
FABULOUS 12,
LIVE
DINING Oi ENTERTAINMENT

Fresh Seafood,
Elegant Fowl,
Tender Veal,
Prime Beef,
Select Spirits
and Wines
from 5 p.m. Id

PRESENTING

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Battle Of Books
Meeting Planned

The Southfield Public Library
will sponsor an organizational
meeting for its "Battle of the
Books" children's reading pro-
gram Thursday, 4:30 p.m. in the
Marcotte Room. For informa-
tion, call the library, 354-5342.

Stage Pass /1

The lively sounds
of uptown jazz
begin at 8 p.m.

RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED '

Foster Parent
Volunteers Needed

The Children Youth Equal
Rights Advocate in Pontiac is
looking for foster parent volun-
teers in Oakland County. For
information, call C.Y.E.R.A.,
333-2277.

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