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September 25, 1987 - Image 126

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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SARA'S WISHES ALL DELI
OUR

Glatt

Kosher

CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

I ALL HOMEMADE COOKING ON OUR OWN PREMISES!

OPEN 7 DAYS—BREAKFAST—LUNCH—DINNER
24980 COOLIDGE, Cor. 10 Mile
Oak Park

545-6320

I ENTERTAINMENT I

C

SINGAPORE
SEAFOOD PARADISE

900 ROCHESTER RD. (BETWEEN AVON & DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER)
SOUTH HILL PLAZA
ROCHESTER HILLS
656-0222

WISH. OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
A HEALTHY & HAPPY NEW YEAR

!SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNT OFFER1

15% OFF YOUR BILL
L

WITH THIS COUPON

WE FEATURE CARRY-OUT,
DINING IN,
. AND COCKTAILS

EXPIRES 10-31-87

WE ARE A CHINESE RESTAURANT WITH A DIFFERENCE, SPECIALIZING
IN GENUINE SZECHUAN, HUNAN AND MANDARIN COOKING PLUS
DISHES WITH DISTINCT SINGAPORE FLAVORS.

May the New Year bring to all our
customers, friends & family
' Health, Joy, Prosperity
and everything good in life

LEFKOFSKY & CO., INC.

8634 Fenkell, Detroit, Mich.
864-4455

SEYMOUR & CARRIE KIRSCH
ALAN & CHERIE KIRSCH
STEVEN & MICHELE KIRSCH

Jack and Gary Cochran

AND STAFF

Food & Spirits

and The Staff Of

Beau jacks

Wish Their
Friends and Customers
A Healthy and Happy
New Year

Enjoy the Ambiance
of the all

Champagne
Sunday
Brunch

Featuring all your
traditional favorites
and much more.

Every Sunday
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Adults: $8.95
Seniors: $7.95
Children: $5.95

(6-11)

Reservations
Suggested

477-4000

Ext. 180

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, MI • 1 block W. of Telegraph • 626-2630

BRUNCH IN BRITAIN
THIS SUNDAY

Without even boarding a plane.
Simply join us at the Hotel St. Regis,
located in Detroit's New Center Area.
Discover the charm of European
dining in- a warm, intimate setting while enjoying our
English Hunt Club Brunch.

Made to order omelettes, seafood specialties, and chilled
shrimp compliment the traditional kippered herring and
other British fare. A broad selection that will whet the
appetite of even the most discriminating diner. So, this
Sunday, embark for Detroit's own British Isle, the Hotel
St. Regis.
Adults: $14.95, Children 5-12: $8.95.
Please phone for reservations at 873-3000.

Hotel St. Regis • 3071 W. Grand Blvd. • Detroit • 873-3000. _
X-6 Rank Hotels. London

ik

FARMINGTON HILLS

38123 W. 10 Mile Road at Grew. River
Farmington Hills, MI 48024 (313) 477-4000

FRIDAY, Sp- 145, - 19,6T

4 - ,

Due to southbound Lodge construction. consider these alternate routes: Southfield
Freeway to 1-96 east. to 1-94 east. to Woodward exit. North on Woodward to
W. Grand Blvd.: or 1-75 south to W. Grand Blvd exit. West on W. Grand Blvd.

Dade Meeting
In Washington

Washington, D.C..
American Jewish business
leaders will meet with more
than 100 of their Israeli
counterparts at a major U.S.-
Israel trade conference in
Washington, D.C., Oct. 18-20.
It will be co-hosted by U.S.-
Trade Representative Clayton
Yeutter and Israel's Minister
for Industry and Trade Ariel
Sharon.
The conference is entitled,
"The Free Trade Area Agree-
ment: A Model for Coopera-
tion — A Partnership for
Growth."
Speakers will include
former presidential advisor
Robert Strauss, U.S. Am-
bassador to Israel Thomas R.
Pickering, U.S. Senator Bob
Packwood (R-Ore.); U.S.
Representative Tam Downey
(D-N.Y.); international trade
and economic specialist
Herbert Stein; and,
Washington Post business col-
umnist Hobart Rowen.

Kids' Books
Program Set

The Southfield Public
Library Battle of the Books
program is now being offered
to sixth and seventh graders
who live or attend school in
Southfield or Lathrup
Village.
The kickoff meeting is on
Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the
Marcotte Room of the library,
and all those who wish to par-
ticipate should bring a team
of four to six members and an
adult to serve as team
sponsor.
Students unable to get a
complete team should attend
the meeting and teams will
be formed.
For information, call the
Southfield Public Library
youth room, 354-5342.

Guide For
Israel's 40th

New York — "A Guide to
Events and Resources" listing
hundreds of events and per-
formances to be conducted
during the next 18 months in
celebration of Israel's 40th
anniversary has been issued
by the National Committee
for Israel's 40th Anniversary.
The committee is the na-
tional coordinating body and
clearinghouse for anniversary
activities under the auspices
of the Conference of,
Presidents of Major American
Jew Organizations.

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