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December 26, 1986 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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ASHBY'S

HERE

SPECIALIZING IN CATERING
HAVE A PARTY

. . .

THERE ... OR ANYWHERE ... From $5.45 & up

Featuring CHEF ROCKY
359 S. WOODWARD

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Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

FAMILY ITALIAN DINING & PIZZA

4033 W. 12 MILE, 3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
548-3650
Berkley

PIZZA—RIBS—FISH
HOMEMADE GARLIC BREAD

SQUARE PIZZA
ROUND PIZZA
SMALL OR LARGE SMALL—MED—LARGE

$1 OFF



ON FOOD PURCHASES
OF $6 OR MORE

DINING ROOM, CARRY-OUT

moloweemagmmummualow

FAMILY DINING

AT ITS BEST
FOR LESS!

•RIALTO Restaurant

22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 • 544-7933
Ferndale • COCKTAILS • OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

WEEKLY SUPER SPECIALS

Home-Style Stuffed Cabbage
'4.50
Baked Chicken W/Rice
$4.25
Boiled Polish Sausage W/Sauerkraut
$3.95
Baked Salisbury Steak
'4.50
Braised Beef Tenderloin Tips
'4.50
WED
Roast Leg of Lamb W/Dressing
$4.75
Broiled Corned Beef & Cabbage
•4.50
THURS.
Baked Meat Loaf W/Mushroom Sauce
'4.25
Braised Short Ribs
'4.55
FRI.
Shrimp a la Creole W/Rice
$5.95
Salmon Patties
'4.25
Roast Leg of Lamb W/Rice Pilaf
'4.75
SAT & SUN.
Baked Swiss Steak W/Onion Sauce
$4.95
ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE CHOICE .OF POTATO, TOSSED SALAD OR GREEK
SALAD, BREAD BASKET AND BUTTER.
•8-COURSE ALSO AVAILABLE

MON
TUES.

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WISHES EVERYONE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

NEW YEAR'S EVE SPECIAL

(.$

Choice of:
$16.95
Whitefish
Orange Roughy . $16.95
$18.95
Prime Rib
$19.95
Shrimp Saute
$21.95
Filet
New York Strip $21.95

Price includes: Complementary glass of
champagne, homemade soup, house
salad, rolls and butter and pastries.

Expires Dec. 31,'1986

BANQUET ROOMS
• BEER • WINE
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT • COCKTAILS

7

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Noisemakers and Party Favors at Midnight
5 p.m.-midnight
Reservations accepted
30100 Telegraph (North of
12 mile, next to Jacques)

642-2430

Sara's Deli

SARA AND HER FAMILY WOULD LIKE
TO WISH ALL OUR VALUED
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
CUSTOMERS A JOYFUL CHANUKAH
AND
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR

IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO PLACE AN ORDER
FOR A DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAY

Morris Goodman, Owner

24980 Coolidge,
Oak Park

corner of 10 Mile Road

5
545-6320

ENTERTAINMENT

Film Festival
At Adat Shalom

The Fifth Annual Adat
Shalom Jewish Film Festival
featuring motion picture views
of Jewish women will open
Jan. 4 with two early films by
D. W. Griffith and Universal
Pictures' 1927 feature, Sur-

render.
The series first program,
January 4, 1987, opens with
two shorts by the famous
American director, D. W. Grif-
fith, Romance of a Jewess
(1908) and A Child of the
Ghetto (1910).
Dan Greenberg of the Adat
Shalom Adult Study Commis-
sion will introduce the films
and comment on them. Green-
berg, a professor of film at Oak-
land Community College and
film critic for the Observer and
Eccentric newspapers, appears
weekly on Arts in Review, an
OCC-TV production telecast
on all Oakland County cable
systems.
The series' second program,
on Jan. 11, is the 1939 Ameri-
can film, Mirele Efros.
The film festival concludes
on Jan. 18 with Molly Picon in
Yiddle with His Fiddle (1937).
All films will be shown at 7
p.m. in the synagogue's youth
lounge. There is no charge, and
the public is invited. For in-
formation, call Adat Shalom,
851-5100.

Detroiter's Art
Hangs In Statue

A wall hanging by Dorothy
Harwood Mazer of Southfield
has been accepted for perma-
nent display in the Statue of
Liberty Museum in New York
City. Her wall hanging, .The
Immigrants, will be hung in
the museum located in the base
of the statue.
Mrs. Mazer also was an im-
migrant, arriving as a small
child in 1926 with her mother,
older sister and younger
brother. She is of Russian-
Polish extraction, and came to
this country to seek refuge
from hunger and religious op-
pression. Her father and two
older brothers had arrived in
America a few years earlier,
and so the family was reunited.
Mrs. Mazer has had many
shows and displays in the De-
troit area. She and her stu-
dents formed a group, The
Needle Threaders. For many
years she taught the art of
"Fabric Fantasy" which com-
bines the techniques of collage
and embroidery.

Theater Party
At Meadow Brook

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THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER



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Friday, December 26, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Meadow Brook Theatre will
have a New Year's Eve cele-
bration at 8 p.m. Wednesday
which includes a preview
showing of The Rose Tattoo by
Tennessee Williams, at the
theater, followed by cocktails
and champagne supper at
Meadow Brook Hall.
Tickets may be purchased by
calling Meadow Brook
Theatre, 370-3316.

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