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November 22, 1985 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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66 Friday, November 22, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FAMILY RESTAURANT
PHOENIX
N.
OF
9
MILE
RD.

OAK PARK • 542-2799
23041 COOLIDGE

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OPEN 7 DAYS — MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
SUNDAY 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
SATURDAY 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

BREAKFAST SPECIALS SERVED ALL DAYI

ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF 20 CENTS AFTER REGULAR HOURS

WE ALSO FEATURE DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

10% OFF

SENIOR CITIZENS AFTER 4 p.m.

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OPEN 7 DAYS ... BREAKFAST—LUNCH--DINNER

19460 W. TEN MILE, 1 Blk. E. of Evergreen

10%
OFF SENIOR CITIZENS
ANYTHING ON MENU

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352-2320

DINNER FOR TWO

(Except Breakfast Specials)

95

3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

2 N.Y. STRIP STEAKS OR

ANGELO'S RESTAURANT
537-8610

24737 W. 8 MILE

YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF 4 LISTED ITEMS

• LIVER & ONIONS • BROILED BREAST OF
CHICKEN
• SPAGHETTI
• BAKED COD

• With Coupon

DINNER INCLUDES
SALAD, POT., VEG.
AND ROLLS

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ONLY GENEROUS PORTIONS
OF GOOD FOOD!



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(2 Blks. W. of Telegraph)

SPECIALIZING IN HOME STYLE COOKING
NOTHING TRENDY . . . NOTHING EXPENSIVE

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COMPLETE

DINNERS

INCLUDES
ENTREE, SALAD,
SOUP, POT., VEG.
AND DESSERT

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• Complete Corry-Out• SENIOR CITIZENS 10% OFF After 3 p.m.

N'EW OWN ERSHI P

Restaurant

NOW OPEN 7 DAYS

A Cozy Oasis in West Bloomfield

Specializing In American Cuisine With A Flair

Reservations Accepte

1990 Hiller Rd. (Old Orchard TraiD

6 8 2.1347

Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m.

Enjoy Elegant Cuisine

NEWLY RENOVATED



Piano Stylings By

Earl Williams

Tues.-Sun.
Dancing Fri. & Sat.

By

Our New Chef Mike Miller


PRIVATE
BANQUET FACILITIES

130 W. GRAND RIVER
IN DOWNTOWN BRIGHTON
For Reservations:

229-6013

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DINING WITH DISTINCTION
NOVEMBER SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat

Served with a marinara sauce

$3.95

ENTREES:
Rack Of Lamb

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Sheraton-Oaks

HOTELS, INNS & RESORTS WORLDWIDE
27000 Sheraton DriMe, Novi, MI 48050
(313)348-5000, Catering Office Ext. 620, 621

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE 851-4094

APPETIZER OF THE MONTH:
Fresh Spaghetti Squash

Whether Business or Pleasure,
Let Our Pride and Catering
Experience Work For You.

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Bar-Ilan Official
To Speak in Detroit

• FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH • FRESH VEAL
• FRESH BROILED 1/2 CHICKEN • LIVER .
• CHICKEN TOSCA • BAKED LASAGNA

OPEN
24 HOURS

PALACE

LOCAL NEWS

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the best pancakes
& omelets in town

COUPON

Fine
Foods
25225 Telegraph & 10 Mile (In Tel-Ex Plaza)

352-7466

THE ORIGINAL

Lightly marinated in mustard sauce and char-broiled
with fresh pears, served with mint jelly

9 5.95

Steak Diane

Tenderloin steak with mushrooms in fresh cracked
pepper, sauteed in cognac

$16.95

Scallops & Shrimp Sherry

Bay scallops & jumbo shrimp with fresh mushrooms,
peapods, red bell peppers, sauteed in sherry wine &
mustard sauce

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3.95

Above entrees include tossed garden salad with choice of dressing, potato ju jour or spaghetti,
and bread basket with butter.

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Dina Berniker

Dina Berniker, long-time de-
puty to the rector (vice-president
for academic affairs) at Bar-Ilan
University, will be guest
speaker at a meeting to be
hosted by Beverly and Arthus
Liss in their West Bloomfield
home on Dec. 3, announced
Howard Tapper, Bar-Ilan's edu-
cation chairman.
Born in Lithuania, Mrs. Ber-
niker has been on Bar-Ilan's
administrative staff since its
opening in 1955, serving the
last 19 years as assistant, and
then chief administrative de-
puty, to the university's rector.
She bridges the academic and
administrative branches of the
university, making sure that
university policy is carried out
in the classroom, and that aca-
demic policy is followed through
by the administration.
In addition, she is one of Bar-
Ilan's major liaisons to the
Ministry of Education and Cul-
ture, as well as to the planning
and grants committee of Israel's
Council for Higher Education.
She recently returned from
Nairobi, Kenya, where she
served as an Israeli delegate to
the World Women's Conference.
Serving with Tapper on the
planning committee for the Dec.
3 meeting are: Jon Colman, Sid
Feldman, Barry Fleischer, Be-
rnie Kent, Jeff Robbins, Sher-
man Shapiro, Dan Weiner, Lisa
Weiner, Mark Vieder and Alan
Yost.

Interfaith Holiday
Service Sunday

Temple Beth El will partici-
pate in an interfaith Thanksgiv-
ing service for the 11th year in
a row at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at St.
Owen Church, 6869 Franklin,
Birmingham.
Participating congregations
include St. Regis Catholic
Church, Christ Church Cran-
brook, Franklin Community
United Methodist Church, St.
Hugo of the Hills, Pine Hill
Congregational Church, Kirk in
the Hills Presbyterian Church,
St. Andrew Lutheran Church,
First Baptist Church of Bir-
mingham, Pastoral Care-
Beaumont Hospital, St. Owen
Catholic Church, Beverly Hills
United Methodist Church and
the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.

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