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November 13, 1992 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-13

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ENJOY
THE BEST
AUTHENTIC
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CHILDREN'S
MENU, TOO

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

ALL•YOU#CAN•EAT
SUNDAY BUFFET
AT OUR SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

LUNCH BUFFET SERVED 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
$695 per person $495 Children 10 & Under

Tax and tip not included

DINNER BUFFET SERVED 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
I $895 per person 595 Children 10 & Under

COUPON

$

Tax and tip not included

DINNER FOR 2
$1395FoR 2

$

INCLUDES SOUP OF THE DAY &.. 2 EGG
ROLLS, ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN,
BEEF WITH BROCCOLI, FRIED RICE, HOT I
TEA OR COFFEE. • DINE IN ONLY I

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OFF PER PERSON ON OUR
SUNDAY DINNER BUFFET ONLY

Expires 11-22-92

• No Substitutions, Please

• Not Good With Any Other Discounted Offer I
• Coupon Valid Only at Southfield Location I

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Expires 11.21-92

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2601 S. Rochester Rd.
'(North of Auburn Rd.)
852-0170

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20753 13 Mile Rd.
(At Little Mock)
293.4640

11 MILE ROAD BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH
FAX: 354-0647
SOUTHFIELD
354.3700

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Faye Rosemberg, Professor Sredni and Ann Eisenberg.

Professor Shares
Cancer Progress

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Entertainment Tuesday Through Saturday

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Banquet Facilities Available

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METRO DETROIT'S FAVORITE
DEEP DISH PIZZA

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Not valid with any other coupon or special.
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riends of Israel Cancer
Association Michigan
Branch and Hanoar
chapter held their an-
nual dinner dance honoring
Anna and. Alex Green-
berger and Mary Pappo
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
on Nov. 1. Judy Eisenberg
was chairperson of the event
that was dedicated to the
memory of Lenka Green-
berger.
Professor Benjamin
Sredni, dean of the faculty
of natural sciences and
mathematics at Bar-Ilan
University, told the 200
patrons about his research
in cancer, AIDS and im-
munology. His current pro-
ject focuses on the the drug
AS-101, which was first syn-
thesized at Bar-Ilan and is
now in clinical trials with
AIDS and cancer patients.
He was very encouraging
with his results that help to
protect the immune system.
Some studies show that AS-
101 prevents cancer treat-
ment patients from losing
their hair. His interspersed
humor in the slide show,
while his scientific lecture
was easy to understand.
During the dinner hour, he
spoke Spanish to Sam and
Faye Rosemberg, Hebrew
to Jacob and Ello Kalo
and English and Yiddish to
the many guests in the au-
dience. Mrs. Rosemberg ar-
ranged for the guest speaker
to attend the dinner and
received an honorary plaque

from the Israel Cancer
Association.
Some of the supporters in-
cluded: Erika Schneider
Singer and Bob Singer,
Cantor Louis Klein, Rabbi
Elliot Pachter, Ann
Eisenberg, Agi Rubin, Bill
and Liz LaKritz, Fred and
Joan Fischer, Leonard
and Annette Topor,
Harvey and Diane
Zameck, Barbara and Bob
Zacks. Master of ceremonies
Robert Roth remarked
that the evening was
"educational and entertain-
ing."

ARCHIVES ART

The Archives of American
Art held a preview gala to
highlight their mailbox art
auction on Nov. 19 at the
Galleria Officentre. The $25
admission will include
dinner and a chance to bid
on more than 150 mailboxes
commissioned by the Ar-
chives to world famous ar-
tists. Cele and Martin
Landay, Joyce and Myron
LaBan are benefit co-
chairmen. Some of the Ar-
chives aficionados include:
President David Leader,
Gloria Leader, Marilyn
Schlain, Irene Bader,
Carol and Ralph Coskey.
These unique mailboxes are
on display at the Galleria.
For information, call the Ar-
chives, 226-7544.

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