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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-22

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IRVING'S

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TELEGRAPH AT 10 MILE

IN TEL-EX PLAZA
Southfield

FOR WOMEN

352-2320

DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT

OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK

AVIV GROUP, Hadassah,

will have its opening mem-
bership luncheon at 11:30
a.m. Sept. 9 in the -home of
Phyllis Rubin, 5499 Wood-
view Dr., Bloomfield Hills.
Arline Gould, chapter educa-
tion committee member, will
_speak on "HMO-Why Are
These Three Letters So Spe-
cial To a Hadassah Woman?"
There is no charge. For
reservations, call Ms. Rubin,
626-6713, or Annette Roth,
851-9019.

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OTHER DINNER $399
L ALL-THE-FISH-YOU-CAN-EAT $$ 99 SPECIALS
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opening meeting at noon
' Sept. 8 in the temple. The
meeting is the occasion for
the delivery of the annual
Daniel M., Sophie and Arthur
J. Hass Memorial Lecture.
Dr. Fred Rosner, physician,
'author and lecturer, will be
the guest speaker.
Luncheon will precede the
lecture. Admission is free to
sisterhood members. There is
a charge for guests. Reserva-
tion deadline is Sept. 4. For
reservations, call the temple,
661-5700. The community is
invited.

mpersonators
Play Shain Park

Performers impersonating
the top names in show busi-
ess will appear in "Puttin
bn the Superstars" at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Birming-
ham's Shain Park, Maple
near Woodward. Admission is
Free.

THE
PLACE
FOR
RIBS

Open
7 Days

11 a.m.-12 Mid.

GREEN PEPPERS, POTATOES, TOMATOES. COOKED OMELETTE STYLE.

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FOR TWO OR

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

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When planning your next special
event, let Pat Archer be your gracious
host in the beautiful and sophisticated
atmosphere of The Excalibur. The facili-
ties are available until 5 o'clock on Satur-
days and all day Sundays.
Or let our catering specialist assist
you in selecting a menu of fine
dishes to be conveniently deliv-
ered to your home or office.
Call today for more information.

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559-8222

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(Except Specials)

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21161 GREENFIELD AT 11 MILE (formerly Irving's)

MON.-FRI. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., SAT. 1 a.m.-10 p.m., SUN../ a.m.-10 p.m.

SENIOR CITIZENS

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Family Dining

PLUS FREE DESSERT (RICE PUDDING, BREAD PUDDING OR TAPIOCA)
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!

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LEG OF LAMB

DINE-IN OR
CARRY-OUT

SPAGHETTI W/Meat Sauce, Soup or Salad
BABY BEEF LIVER W/Soup or Salad, Pot. & Veg.
1/4 ROAST CHICKEN W/Dressing, Soup or Salad, Pot. & Veg. $
GYRO PLATE W/Pot. or Rice or Veg.
FISH & CHIPS W/Soup or Salad & Pot.
Dinners Also Include Bread Basket & Butter

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7 DAYS A WEEK!

ROAST

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.—Mon. Thru Fri.







BAGEL, ROLL
OR TOAST

DINNER SPECIAL—AUG. 22—AUG. 28

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

An a's

LOX, EGGS &
ONIONS

ANYHOUR!

COUPON ORDERS

(Except Bar-B-Q Rib)

7 Days till 11 a.m.

29

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

FOR TWO $655

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

BREAKFAST SPECIAL—AUG. 22—AUG. 28
Tues.-Sat. Till 11 a.m.
• 2 EGGS
• 2 PCS. OF BACON
• HASH BROWN POTATOES $
• BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

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Our Famous

LUNCHEON SPECIAL MON.-FRI., 11-4
HOMEMADE SOUP
AND SANDWICH
$375

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2 EGGS, CORNED BEEF, BACON, SAUSAGE, ONIONS, MUSHROOMS, ‘r

Our Famous

BBQ SLAB

Sun. 10 a.m.

KITCHEN SINK

EVERY FRIDAY-12 NOON TIL 9 p.m.

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will meet noon

TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will have its

Tues.—Sat. till 11 a.m.

INCLUDES SOUP OR SALAD, POTATO, VEGETABLE & BREAD BASKET

;_DAVID-HORODOKER
, WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-

Monday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Petite
luncheon will be served by
social chairmen Helen Feiner
and Ann Bergman. Donor
chairman Rose Bricker and
;program chairman Helen
Greenberg will give reports
on the forthcoming 52nd an-
nual donor luncheon to be
held Oct. 28 at noon at Cong.
Beth Achim.

29555 NORTHWESTERN HYW. BET. 12 & 13 MILE
352-3840
OUR FAMOUS SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL—AUG. 22 THRU AUG. 28

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• SALISBURY STEAK
• CHICKEN STIR-FRY

) Group, will hold an open
board meeting, 11:30 a.m.
Sept. 4, at the Colony Park
Club House.

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NORTHWEST CHILD RE-
SCUE WOMEN, Senior

day at the MCL Cafeteria in
the Tel-12 Mall. Ar-
rangements for the donor will
be made. President Mrs.
Harry Hochman announces
-Mrs. Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day. Mrs.
Moses Lehrman will give the
invocation. Sylvia Hallibur-
ton and Lillian Freedlander
will entertain. For tickets
and information, call Mrs.
Anna Komisar, 557-9425.

AUGUST SPECIAL

DINNER FOR TWO . . . YOUR CHOICE OF

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A new style of dining for
America from the traditions
of southern Spain.

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rules and routine. It is for the adven-
bilious and sophisticated palate that
savors the limitless possibilities of
tastes and textures-from a selection of
meats, seafood, and vegetables
prepared either cold, marinated in a
sauce, with bread or pastry, or grilled.
Highly creative, fresh, and exquisitly
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