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June 13, 1986 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-13

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LOCAL NEWS

RiXSitAW

ORCHARD MALL, Orchard Lake Rd. N. of Maple

Music Contest
Is Announced

Applications are being taken
for the third annual Maccabees
Mutual Life Insurance and
CKLW-AM 800 "Quest for the
Best."
The "Quest" is a competition
for classical and contemporary
:musicians. The classical competi-
tion will begin on Sept. 14 and
the contemporary competition
will begin Feb. 15, 1987. Each
program in this series will be
broadcast on Sunday afternoons
at 2 p.m.
competition is open to all
\___, The
.
.trings, woodwinds, brass, harps,
guitars, percussion and keyboard
'performers who range in age
from 15 to 22. The applicant must
be a resident of the state of
Michigan or the providence of
Ontario, Canada, and must not
be a full-time musical employee
of a professional symphony,
chamber or other orchestra or a
' religious institution.Applicants
for the classical music competi-
tion must send in either a reel-
to-reel or a cassette tape — no
longer than 15 minutes ( a reel to
\ reel is preferred) accompanied by
the application form. The reel or
,ape should contain one selection
from list "a" and one from list "B"
from the Qualifying Repertoire
list. These tapes should be sent to
"Quest for the Best," CKLW-AM
800, P.O. Box 282, Southfield
48037 by July 15.
For information and applica-
Ion forms, call CKLW-AM, 963-
1567.

Naamat To Have
Installation

Greater Detroit Council,
Naamat/USA, will hold its an-
,nual installation hincheon on
June 26 at noon at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Stuart Rogoff will present a
musical program. • Rogoff has
been involved in youth work for
many years and is currently
youth director at Shaarey Zedek.
He is a pianist who entertains
with Yiddish, Hebrew, Israeli
and popular music. Chairman of
the day will be Alice Ross, instal-
Aug officer is Lee Wagman, the
'invocation will be given by Betty

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Gourmet Oriental-American Food
....-. Whole
Maine Lobster
Caesar Salad

Carry-Out And
Delivery Services

Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 to 10:30,
Fri. & Sat. 11:30 to 12 Mid. Sun. 4 to 10

VISIT OUR RIKSHAW ON MAIN STREET
AT TEL-12 MALL, Telegraph & 12

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roman
terrace

Spectacular
Sunday Brunch

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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 listen-
ing pleasure.

Adults

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE

$9.95

Children $4.95

Mon. to Thurs. 1 1:30-1 2 Mid.
& Sat. 1 1:30-2 a.m.

ENTREES

Age 5 and under,
complimentary

348-5000 Ext. 693

Lightly breaded chicken breasts topped with Mari-
nara sauce

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$8.95

Reservations Recommended

4DINING WITH DISTINCTION

LUNCH SPECIALS FOR JUNE

Seniors

$7 95

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VEGETARIAN SANDWICH

Fresh vegetables, including avocado, tomato, bean
sprouts, served open face with a secret dressing

$6.50

VEAL PIZZEOLA

Sauteed veal in a tomato sauce with black olives, $8 . 95
mushrooms and green peppers

Above entrees include: Criss Cross French Fries

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THE BRIGHT IDEA

The Frankels invite
you to a new dining
experience.
It was worth the wait.

"...a stunning small restaurant..."

—Molly Abraham, Detroit Free Press

send

THE JEWISH NEWS

as a gift

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352-7466

THE ORIGINAL

the best pancakes
& omelets in town
JUST E. OF EVERGREEN
OUR BREAKFAST SPECIAL 1 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat.

19460 W. 10 MILE

• 2 LARGE EGGS (airy stYle) • BACON OR SAUSAGE
OR BAKED HAM • TOAST & JELLY

$

1 4 9

SERVED ANYHOUR! ANYDAY! SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!
$1.95 WITH 2 EGGS tang style) • • • .$2.50

POTATO LATKES

WITH APPLE SAUCE, SOUR CREAM

• STRAWBERRY PANCAKES • BLUEBERRY
PANCAKES • APPLE PANCAKES

Reservations are necessary.
Call the Naamat office, 967-4750
For reservations. Guests are wel-
come.

$2 95

DINNER SPECIALS — 4 p.m. to 9 .m.

MON ... FRESH WHITEFISH OR BOSTON SCR 1,1
$ 5. 50
1/2 CHICKEN OR LIVER & ONIONS & BACON
$4.95
TUES ... FRESH VEAL PARMESAN
$6.35
VEAL PARMESAN (2 PATTIES)
$4.50
SPAGHETTI
$3.60
WED.... BAKED LASAGNA OR CHICKEN STIR-FRY
OR BROILED COD FISH
$4.50
THURS...CHICKEN POULET OR OCEAN PERCH FILLETS
$4.95
CHICKEN STIR-FRY
$4.50
FRI.... SAME AS TUESDAY
SAT. & SUN... BREAST OF TURKEY DINNER
$4.75
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN OR OCEAN PERCH
FILLETS OR LIVER & ONIONS AND BACON .. .$4.95

.

Exhibit Opens
It Field Studio

_Field Art Studio has opened a
c e we xhibit of limited-edition
' r i nts .
Included in the show are
ithographs by Will Moses,
andson of Grandma Moses;
1izabeth Hampe, Paul Jenkins,
)etroit artist Richard Kozloi,v,
-d mixed media on paper by
,ent Kalman Pachuta. The ex-
1 ;:bit will continue through July
5. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
londay through Saturday.

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Inside the world of

The Somerset Inn

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE:
SOUP OR SALAD, CHOICE OF POTATO,
VEGETABLE, ROLLS & BUTTER

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