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December 20, 1985 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OPEN SUNDAY, DEC. 22

NOW RE-OPENED

12 Noon to 5 p.m.

NOW—FIRST IN MICHIGAN—ENJOY THE NEW—DIFFEkENT
DELICIOUS and EXOTIC

MONGOLIAN 13-13-0

Remember The Last Time You Had
A Quality Meal At A Reasonable Price?

per
person

DINNER—ALL YOU CAN EAT!

4187 HIGHLAND RD. WATERFORD • PONTIAC
3 Mies W. of Telegraph 683-5530

Reservations Available

M-59

Huron

111

Cantonese I. Szechuan Cusine, COCKTAILS Slin 12 I to 11°IldaYs
10 pm

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Restaurant

Pontiac

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE

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North/ester' Hwy. at Water Rd.

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For Reservations: 353 - 2757

I EXCELLENT BREAKFAST I COUPON j

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FAMILY RESTAURANT

13400 W. 9 MILE 110.
I Jut East of Coolidge
Oak Park
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DINNER FOR
AFTER 4 p.m.

I , !'• BAKED OR BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

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FOR TWO!

Soup Or Salad, Pot., Veg. & Bread Basket

• HOMEMADE LASAGNA

ANY
COMBINATION!

Salad & Garlic Bread

I. • SHISH KEBOB,
I • SHRIMP IN A BASKET Soup or Salad, Pot. & Breod Basket
I • CHOPPED SIRLOIN With Mushroom Sauce,

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Rice, Salad & Pita Bread

Soup or Salad, Pot., Veg. & Bread Basket

j OPEN MON.-FRI. 6:30-9 p.m. SAT. 7-9 p.m,, SUN. 7:30-3 p.rr.

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_118 W. WALLED LAKE DRIVE, CORNER PONTIAC TRAIL
624 - 1033
Walled Lake

ENTREES:

VEAL PICCANTE
VEAL PEPINO
FROG LEGS
CHAR-BROILED LAMB CHOPS (4)

With Mint Jelly



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$9.95
$9.95
$8.95

FRESH
FISH
DAILY

• BREAST Of CHICKEN
• PASTA INAS
• STEAKS
• SNMW
• ROAST BOCK

$12.95

DINNER SPECIALS SERVED DAILY

MON.-THURS. 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

FRI. & SAT. 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

LUNCH SPECIALS ALSO SERVED DAILY

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FOOD & SPIRITS

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NY Vandalism
Suspect Jailed

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11 am.10 pm
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NEWS

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New York (JTA) — Gary
Dworkin, arrested for allegedly
throwing rocks through the
windows of 21 Jewish-owned
shops in the Boro Park and
Flatbush sections of Brooklyn
last month, is in custody pend-
ing a court appearance on Jan.
10.
Dworkin, who pleaded not
guilty at his arraignment in
Brooklyn Criminal Court last
Tuesday, apparently failed to
make the $5,000 bail set by
Judge Steven Fisher. The 38-
year-old Jewish resident of Boro
Park was ordered to undergo a
psychiatric examination at
Kings County Hospital.
He was charged with 13
counts of criminal mischief, in-
cluding felonies and mis-
demeanors and one count of dic-
rimination.

Top Book

Entrees served
with Tossed
Salad or Cole
Siam, Choice of
Potato Du Jour,
Freon* Fries or
Rice Pilaf and
Crusty Bread.
Small Special
Salad S1 extra
with diner.

New York (JTA) — The
editors of the New York Times
Book Review magaine selected
The Abandonment of the Jews:
America and the Holocaust
1941-1945, by David Wyman as
one of the ten best books of

1985.

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DETROIT BAGEL. FACTORY

9 Convenient Locations

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Presents

HELLO DELI

HOLIDAY

MEAT

BROADWAY
BREAKFAST SPECIALS

1

FOOTLIGHTS
LUNCH SPECIAL

7 a.m.-1 1 a.m.

JUICE, BAGEL,
CREAM CHEESE,
COFFEE 99

SIT-DOWN AND CARRY-OUT RESTAURANT
TRAYS sw• on Per Person (Dairy $5.25

.

2 EGGS, BACON

OR SAUSAGE,
BAGEL OR TOAST
$1 99

CURTAIN CALL
SPECIAL

BUY ANY SANDWICH

SECOND SANDWICH

C
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Q.

0

1 /2

PRICE

ANYTIME

• No Other Coupons

AND GET ANY DOZ.
BAGELS OR BIALYS
$1 98

• Expires 1-1-86

No Coupons

WHEN YOU PURCHASE
SECOND SANDWICH LESSER
OR GREATER VALUE

IN SOUTHFIELD PLAZA (Opposite Farmer Jack)
121/2 MILE & SOUTHFIELD RD.

TPIC(41:414rdiTPICet

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OPEN 7 DAYS
OPEN MON.-SAT. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
SUN. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

per pers.)

Minimum 10 people

BAGEL NIGHTS
TUES. & THURS.

4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

$ I 65

Doz.

Plain, Salt, Egg or Onion
Reg. $3.00

No Coupons

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