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May 22, 1992 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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SPOTLIGHT

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SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY. IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA • Southfield • 358-2353

SPECIALS FRI., MAY 22 THRU THURS., MAY 28 AFTER 2 p.m.

r FRESH

LAKE
PERCH

-1

With Pot. & Veg.

$595

1 r MARINATED 1 IRECIAN-STYLE1

LONDON
MARSALA
OR
BROIL
With Mushroom Sauce,
PICCATA
Pot. & Veg.
With Pasta

-

$525

5595

4

LAMB
CHOPS

With Rice & Veg.

$795

ALL ABOVE SPECIALS ALSO INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD,
DESSERT (Rice Pudding or Tapioca or Ice Cream) & BREAD BASKET

• MUST PRESENT COUPON FOR ABOVE SPECIALS • SORRY, NO DISCOUNTS ON SPECIALS
• ALL COUPONS GOOD FOR ENTIRE PARTY

BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

GRAND t__ACE

American Heart
Association

CHINESE RESTAURANT

Cantonese • Szechuan • Mandarin Cuisines

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

Served 7 Days a Week —

$ 3 49

From

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

T

GRAND OPENING SPECIAL

DINNER FOR TWO

476-6400

WE TAKE EXCEPTION
TO WHAT YOUR
MOTHER TAUGHT
YOU.

9 5

L Dine-In Only • W/Coupon • Not Valid W/Any Other Coupon • Exp.

6-30-92

YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.

Off 1-696 & 102

37057 Grand River at Halsted

Kmart Shopping Center, Farmington Hills

Mon.-Thurs. 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 11:00-11:00 p.m.; Sunday 12:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

N

Superb Northern Italian Cuisine

Mon.-Fri. 11-11

Sat. 4-12

Sun. 2 - 11

EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT OUR GREAT SENSATION!

BALLROOM DANCING

WITH THE BILLY PRINCE TRIO . . . FRI. & SAT. EVES.

You should avoid foods high in
cholesterol. It's a fact, a high
blood cholesterol level sub-
stantially increases your
chances of developing heart
disease. By cutting down on
fatty, rich foods, you can do
yourself a big favor. You could
lower your blood cholesterol
level and reduce your risk of
heart disease.

For more information about a
planned and balanced diet,
contact your American Heart
Association. We'll give you
some free advice on how to
plan a diet good for life.

CALL FOR INFO ON "THE ALL NIGHT STRUT" AND
"FORBIDDEN BROADWAY" DINNER PACKAGES
BY MARIO'S & GEM THEATRE
TICKETS FOR 2 & DINNER
FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS
$75* includes carafe of wine
$85 *
*No shellfish or tip incl.
Ask For Mark or Vince

4222 Second Blvd. Bet. Willis & Canfield • Valet Parking

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832.1616

r— BOU•S 110DT —IN
SHOP

!DINING • DANCING • LIVE ENTERTAINMENT'

AND THE

NORMA JEAN BELL ALL-STARS

THURSDAY 9 p.m. • FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9:45 p.m.

AVAILABLE ALSO FOR PRIVATE PARTIES AT DOUG'S ON SUNDAYS

I ASK ABOUT OUR PARTY FACILITIES

22061 Woodward Bet. 8 & 9

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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1992

398.1940 /

Groups Install
Spring Slates

Local Columnist

'A Greater Taste for Better Health"

— CHOICE OF 2 DISHES —
• Almond Chicken • Broccoli Chicken
• Mongolian Beef • Sweet-N-Sour Chicken
• Moo Shui Pork • Chicken Subgum • Szechuan Chicken
INCLUDES: SOUP & EGG ROLL

Rose Schwartz, Marilyn Merdler, and Dorothy Eichenhorn.

CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY!

DINNER SPECIAL

AFTER 5 PM
BUY 1 SANDWICH
AT THE REGULAR PRICE
GET A SECOND SANDWICH
AT Y PRICE! (dine in or carry out)

New Hours: M-Th 11-9
Fri/Sat 11-10 Sun 11-8
968-8000
Must present coupon
GREENFIELD AT 1.696 Exp. 5/25/92

he Sharon Group of

Hadassah held their
installation luncheon
on May 12 at Congregation
Beth Achim. The new co-
presidents are Dorothy

Eichenhorn and Rose
Schwartz. The outgoing

president was

Marilyn
Merdler. Rose Gran-
vitz received the Woman of

the Year Award. Some of the
other active members in-
clude: Betty Kusnit, Anne

Sukenic, Anne Fishman,
Fran Golden, Estelle
Lasser and Annie Fried-
man.

Linda Solomon and
her mother, Mona Rappaport.

SISTERHOOD
HOORAY

Congregation Beth
Shalom held its 36th
sisterhood donor luncheon,
"Hooray for Sisterhood," on
May 14 with 190 patrons.
Celebrity photographer
Linda Solomon was the
guest speaker. Ms. Solomon
is a spokesperson for the
camera industry. In addition
to taking celebrity
photographs, she is working ,
on a project teaching chil-
dren how to express them-
selves with a camera. Some
of the children's work will be
on display at the Birm-
ingham Camera Shop May
21-30.
Not only did Marcia Abel
and Lynn Rich co-chair
the event, but they made the
centerpieces for the
Hollywood theme. Everyone
commented on the unique
centerpieces, which
resembled movie projectors.
The donor committee also
included: Helen Herman,
president; Bernice Gil, door
prize chairman; Madelyn
Liss, boutique chairman.

Lynn Rich and Marcia Abel.

The luncheon honored all
of the sisterhood past presi-
dents. Alicia Nelson hosted
the candlelighting, while
Ida Rosenblum, the first
sisterhood president, spoke.
The presidents past and pre-
sent from 1952-1992 include:
Ida Rosenblum, the late

Millie Goldman, Hilda
Koiner, Marj Paul,
Dorothy Fishman, Harriet
Gallen, Evelyn Israel,
Thelma Kopel, Ada Efros,
Bea Moss, Eleanor Factor,
Paula Belkin, Lee Kepes,
Jeannette Sklarchyk,

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