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July 23, 1993 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-23

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We're having a birthday party...

YOURS!

HAPPY
BIRTHDAY!

Celebrate your birthday with us and receive a
complimentary dinner & dessert!

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Walnut Lake Rd

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E.G. lAck's

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pasta • ribs • plankfish

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(Offer valid only with purchase of a dinner of equal or greater value.
LeSser value entree will be deducted. Legal proof of birthday required.
Not valid in conjunction with any other discounts or coupons.)

Maple Rd.



6-

14 Mite Rd

6066 West Maple at Farmington Road

(313) 851-0805

Marjorie Jospey, Hope Silverman, Leah Snider, Sylvia Gershenson Sloman and
Dorothy Gerson at the kickoff luncheon.

Sinai Plans For
Fourth Heritage Ball

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

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CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

Good Only With Coupon

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Limit 2

NMI 11111,1111

LET SHIRLEE BLOOM
CATER YOUR NEXT AFFAIR

Expires

7 - 29:1

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ExPRESS

• DINE IN CAFE • CARRY-OUT
• CHOICE OF WINES • GOURMET FOODS

NO PAWN TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL

GIFT BASKETS & TRAYS

ALL TRADITIONAL DISHES ARE MADE
FRESH DAILY ON OUR OWN PREMISES.

855-9463

32418 NORTHWESTERN HWY.

Bet. Mlddlebeh and 14 Mile

BAR-R-Os • PICNICS • GRADUATIONS • ETC.

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Sfias!
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HOME SWEET
HOME

RestaurAlit

$19.95 Dinner For Two

Early Bird Specials
Dine-In or Carry-Out

Sundays Noon - 4pm

. ly dining menu. Duringthesespecial times,
You amsavenearly $10.00N‘ith our newear
chcose any two dinner entrees up to a teguLar price of $14.95 each and pay only $19.95.
Delicious decisions. Your choices include any of these sixteen entrees horn our regular
menu listed below:










Petite Cut Prime Rib
Standard Cut Prime Rib
Sizzling Mushroom Steak
Stuffed Filet Mignon
Whiskey Peppercorn Top Sirloin
Brandy-Dijon Filet Mignon
Roasted Chateau Filet Mignon
Filet Mignon








So, join us for the $19.95 Dinner for Two early dining menu. Make your
reservations any Sunday and save almost $10.00 off the regular menu price!

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Early dining offer available on $19.95 Dinner lor "rwo entrees only. Guests must be seated
during special early dining limes. 011er is limited to seating capacity or the building. Reser-
vations are strongly suggested and may he necessary 10 assure availability 01 . seating. $19.95

Dinner for Two does not include sales tax or gratuity. Not valid on holidays, for banquets or

tarp.- parties of eight or more, or with any other

TH E DE TRO

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A Room, A Floor or
The Entire House
Available For Your
Next Event

Flame Broiled Salmon
Grilled Swordfish
Tempura Shrimp
Shrimp Scampi Linguini
Lemon-Herb Chicken
Teriyaki Chicken

Valid at the Southfield location only.

Offer Expires
Aug. 1, 1993

JNTAIN
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PRIME RIB' CHOICE STEAKS
Southf;Pld • ?6855 Greenfield Rd. • 555-0570

Live Music
Wed. and Sun. Evenings

43180 Nine Mile

East of Novi Road



347-0095



Announcing Our New Menu!
Lots Of Great New Recipes.

RIK A

FINE ITALIAN CUISINE

Orchard Mall • 6303 Orchard Lake Road

West Bloomfield • 855-9889 For Reservations

son, Marjorie Jospey,
Hope Silverman, Sylvia
Gershenson Sloman and
Leah Snider. Ms. Snider is

the vice chair of develop-
ment for the Sinai Health
Care Foundation. Proceeds
from the Heritage Ball will
enhance Sinai's cardiology
programs.
Some of the committee
members for the ball in-
clude: Alita Cyrlin,

Catering Parties
Our Place or Yours
• Picnics • Bar-B-Qs

■ .Top Sirloin
■ Teriyaki Top Sirloin

he kickoff meeting for
the Sinai Hospital
fourth Heritage Ball
was held on July 12 at
the home of Maxwell and
Marjorie Jospey. The
theme of the October 30th
event at the Palace of
Auburn Hills is the "40th
Anniversary Gala."
"We have great people
chairing the event," said
Pola Friedman, president
of Sinai Health Care Foun-
dation. She also mentioned
that Sinai Hospital has
1,000 more patients this
year.
The Heritage Ball co
chairs are: Dorothy Ger-

Dolores Farber, Jean
Shapero, Raquel Howard,
Jane Blumberg, Rosie
Schlussel, Lenore Dunsky
Weiss, Babs Lowenstein,
Connie Colman, Johnnie
Hunter, Florine Mark,
Rose Rita Goldman,
Jessie Stern, Barbara
Stollman, Carol Sue
Coden, Marlene Grop-
man, Sandra Schwartz,
Marian Kantor, Sheila
Bolton, Nancy shen-
aer
son, Cis Maisel Kellman,
Roz Aronow and Marjorie
Aronow.

There will be a patron's
evening October 13 at
Franklin Hills Country
Club. The hosts for the
patron evening include:

Cindy and Hugh
Beckman, Doreen and
David Hermelin, Suzy and
Bruce Gershenson and
Elaine and Mervyn Mann-
ing.

Tickets are $250 per per-
son for the Heritage Ball or
$500 per person for the
patron event and ball. For
more information call Sinai
Hospital Development at
493-5877.

BODY AND SOUL

Machon L'Torah recently
hosted Dr. Judith Mishell
of Los Angeles, a psychol-
ogist and author of Beyond
Your Ego. Dr. Mishell spoke
on "The Joy of Self-
Knowledge: The Interaction
of Body and. Soul" and con-
ducted a workshop as part of
Machon's Uniquely Ours
program. She discussed the
various stages of spiritual
development as one grows
from seeking satisfaction for
his basic desires to a total
dedication to God.
Initially disinterested in
religion, Dr. Mishell ex-
perimented with a variety of
approaches before becoming
observant. "There was a
deep emptiness within me,"
she said. With Judaism, she
found, "a sense of well-
being, of getting up in the
morning and finding that
my life had meaning and
purpose."
Among those in the crowd
were Malki Torgow, Gail

Hennes, Chaya Duchin,
Bayla Jacobovitz and
Terry Schwartz.

LEELANAU LOOP

The American Lung Associ-
ation of Michigan is sponor-
ing a bike trip on September
11-13 in the Leelanau penin-

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