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April 17, 1987 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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OPEN
24
HOURS

OPEN
24
HOURS

:Emma isHcarstaw

353-3232

26200 W. 12 Mile Rd. E. of Northwestern

• LEGAL LO-CAL MENU • WEIGHT WATCHER FROSTED DRINKS
• BREAKFAST SPECIALS • SPECIAL KIDDIE MENU

gressive and most went home
alone.
"During the recession
years, the wafer-thin profit
margin that nourished many
Detroit area restaurants in
good times was squeezed even
thinner. To escape from the
rising tide of red ink, some
proprietors turned to drink,
pushing to get liquor licenses
and offering cut-rate drinks.
"What has saved re-
staurateurs is that dining out
has come a long way from
being a luxury. Since 1970,
when one-third of the con-
sumer's food dollar was spent
on meals away from home,
restaurants have claimed a
good share of these expendi-
tures. Dining out, in one form
or another, has become a way
of life."

Vocalist Appears
At Rhinoceros

Native Detroiter Roberta
Sweed will sing at 9 p.m.
Tuesdays at Rhinoceros, 265
Riopelle, Detroit.
Sweed began her profes-
sional singing career at
Rhinoceros five years ago.
She has since toured Europe,
the Caribbean and New
York.
She recently returned from
Israel, where she performed
for UN troops in the Sinai.
Sweed has also appeared with
James Woody, and has played
in Frankfort, Germany; Bel-
grade, Yugoslavia; Zurich,
Switzerland; Malaga, Spain;
and in France.

Lecture Series
Begins At Library

The Southfield Public Li-
brary will start its Spring
Forum lecture series at 10
a.m. April 27 in the Marcotte
Room of the library. Sub-
sequent lectures will be held
May 4 and 11.
Lecturers and their topics
are: Michael Fant, CPA, "Fi-
nancial Planning and In-
vestments After Tax Reform,"
April 27; Ruth Ryan Langan,
"So You Want to Be a
Writer," May 4; and Esther
Tarnoff Cooper, "Jewish
Ritual Art," May 11.
Admission is free, and all
are invited.

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SENIOR CITIZENS 10% OFF (Except Specials) I

DINNERS

11 a.m. to
11 p.m.

From $3.99

LIVER & ONIONS OR BACON • BAKED MEAT LOAF • BROILED HADDOCK • ETC.
INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, POT., VEG., ROLL & BUTTER

DAILY CHEF'S PICK

11 a.m. to II p.m.
MON., WED. & FRI. BALED SCROD
TUES., THURS. S SAT. BROILED WHITEFISH
INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD, POT., VEG., ROLL

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
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By: Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor


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BANQUETS
and

AMERICAN CENTER CAFE

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16'ER
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PRICES

AMERICAN CENTER CAFE

27777 FRANKLIN RD.
CALL 353-8144

Southfield

or 353-8146

YOUR HOST:
RICHARD B. CARLSON (Formerly with Merrick's)

CATERING SPECIALISTS
LET US ASSIST YOU
WITH YOUR
PARTY PLANS

HOME OR OFFICE

indulge yourself with an exceptional dining
experience at the Benchmark
The elegant decor serves as a dramatic
backdrop for superb continental cuisine, fine
wines, soft music, tempting desserts and
impeccable service.
Cocktail and dinner service available
Monday through Saturday,
beginning at 6 p.m.
Call 559-6500 for
reservations.

8 Person Minimum On Trays
VALID ON MEAT OR FISH TRAYS

Expires 5-16-87
DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE

1 COUPON PER CUSTOMER

Southfield Ice Show
To Open This Month

Ice Company of 1987,
which will be presented from
April 29 to May 3 at the
Southfield Civic Center
Arena, will include the ta-
lents of Michel Cerruti, a
former professional skater
who hails from Paris, France.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, contact the Civic
Center Arena, 354-9357.

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

29145 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE

356-2310

OPEN

16400 J.L. Hudson Drive, Southfield, Michigan 313/559-6500

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
Son. 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

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