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August 01, 1986 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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B yi A T EiD •

AIRPORT
INN

Steak House, Seafood
and Cocktails

T,

• Lobster Tails • Greek Salad
• Crab Legs
• White Fish
• Steak Salad
• Surf & Turf

FAMOUS STEAKS

SUNDAY SPECIAL

AND

PRIME RIB RCult . $ 995

SEAFOOD SELECTION

Junior Cut $795

BANQUET FACILITIES
AVAILABLE

6123 Highland Rd. (M-59)

DAILY LUNCHEON
SPECIALS

Acr(A)isrspoFrrtom

Reservations Accepted

666-3940

GIORGIO'S

IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
IT'S NEW KITCHEN & RESTAURANT

AR

BBQ SLAB $4055

FOR TWO

I
OR
Our Famous

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

PLACE
FOR

Open
7 Days
11 a.m.-12 Mid.

roouPoNTI

Our Famous

RIBS

NEWS

Sharir Replaces
Yitzhak Modai

FOR TWO $ 655

JN

LUNCHEON SPECIAL MON. - FRI., 11 - 4

HOMEMADE SOUP
AND SANDWICH

(Except Bar-B-Q Rib)

COUPON ORDERS

DINE-IN OR
CARRY-OUT

$375

FARMINGTON HILLS — 851-7000 LIVONIA — 427-6500
31006 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT 14 138043 PLYMOUTH RD.

LOOKING FOR A
SPECIAL PLACE

TO HAVE YOUR NEXT PARTY?

AGAIN FEATURING

HOME & GOURMET COOKING
AT REASONABLE PRICES

ANNIE'S KITCHEN

9018 TELEGRAPH, Bet. W. Chicago & Joy

I OPEN I DAYS—MON.-THURS. 7 to 9 p.m., FRI. & SAT. 1 to 10 p.m., SUN. 8 to 8 p.m.

PRIVATE PARKING • George Golematis

532-0246

(Formerly Mr. Laffs)

Of Farmington Hills

Specializing In
• Bar Mitzvahs
• Bat Mitzvahs • Weddings
• Company Parties • Sweet 16s
• All Occasions

Call

Kim,

Banquet Manager

531-7371

Featuring Chef John Szegedi

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

...a stunning small restaurant..."

—Molly Abraham. Detroit Free Press

WE S T

Inside the world of

2601 W Big Beaver Rd.
(east of Coolidge) Troy, Michigan
643-7800

Inside the world of

The Somerset Inn

Big Beaver & Coolidge, Troy
Reservations suggested 643-6992

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Friday, August 1, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jerusalem (JTA) — Avraham
Sharir (Likud-Liberal), the
Minister of Tourism, was ap-
pointed Israel Minister of Justice
on Sunday in place of his party
colleague Yitzhak Modai.
Sharir's appointment was an-
nounced by the Cabinet and is
expected to be ratified by the
Knesset without difficulty.
Modai was forced to resign last
week under threat of being fired
by Premier Shimon Peres, whom
Modai had publicly insulted.
The Likud says Modai will re-
turn to the Cabinet and to the
Justice Ministry following the ro-
tation of the premiership in Oc-
tober. But Labor has said it will
oppose his return.
Sharir said Sunday that while
he would be holding the portfolio
temporarily (pending Modai's re-
turn) he would work "as though it
is permanent."
He vowed that the Tourism
Ministry and tourism industry,
"which I love and believe in,"
would not suffer. Rather his fam-
ily would see even less of him
than before.
The cabinet also approved the
appointment of Moshe Nissim,
the Finance Minister (Likud-
Liberal), as a member of the
ten-man inner Cabinet in place of
Modai.

UJA Offering
Israel Missions

New Orleans French Toast and Crumpets
Breast of Capon Francaise and Crumpets
Veal Marsala and Crumpets ■ New York
Cheese Cake and Crumpets ■ (or simply
tea and Crumpets) ■ From 6 AM-11 PM.

The Somerset Inn

Avraham Sharir

. New York — Artist Yaacov
Agam, archaeology guides Ber-
nard and Fran Alpert and agro-
technology expert Menachem
Perlmutter are among the prom-
inent Israelis who will host four
United Jewish Appeal pre-
missions to Israel this Sep-
tember.
The pre-missions, each four
days long, will focus on such
topics as the visual and perform-
ing arts; archaeology and history;
Israel's "glamor" exports; and
agro-technology. They are part of
the UJA's President Mission,
which will take place Sept. 17-26.
For information, call the
Jewish Welfare Federation of De-
troit, 965-3939.

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