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January 13, 1995 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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Your
United Way
Contribution
Has Made Lots Of
Homeless People
Feel Warm
All Over.

Avenue Diner...Where People Go To Eat & Meet

Avenue Diner, one of America's most beautiful restaurants,
presents an all-new menu with Executive Chef Kirk Robin-
son and Sous Chef Michael Dunn. The new innovative
menu ranges from cutting-edge cuisine to comfort foods.
Fresh fish and specials are presented daily with a savory
twist.

Avenue Diner wines are an eclectic mix of California,
French and Australian bottles picked for their outstanding
values. Sans Snob relatives the spirit of the list and blends
complex with inexpensive offerings.

Featuring

DAVID BALL
KEVIN CROSBY

Thurs. & Fri. Evenings
"Back To Back"
GWEN FOX
GREG DOKES

Unified Way

The Fifth Annual Jewish Home
for Aged's Auxiliary and Bene-
factors Millionaires Party will be
held Feb. 4 at Tam-O-Shanter
Country Club, 5051 Orchard
Lake Road,
West Bloom-
field.

EXCITING AMERICAN CUISINE

• PRIVATE PARTIES • CATERING • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAHS

FREE LIMOUSINE
SERVICE FOR LUNCH

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One of America's Truly Great Steak Houses.

RESERVATION
(810) 549-2000

(5 Mile Radius)

Welcomes

"Laughter On The 23rd Floor"
At The Fisher Theatre Jan. 10-29

4616 Woodward,
Royal Oak

Complimentary
Valet
Service

Just South of 14 Mile

CARL'S OFFERS
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE TO AND FROM THE
FISHER THEATRE, MASONIC TEMPLE, AND OTHERS

Your Host: David Lachman

Rochelle Elson

Nationally-known for Blue Ribbon Steaks & Chops Aged in our
own coolers • Excellent Seafood • Prime Rib • Etc.
Served Daily From 11:30 a.m. • Sun. From 2 p.m.

SUNDAY BRUNCH 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

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PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES UP TO 200

3026 Grand River off John Lodge Expressway • Valet Parking

Open 7 Days

Lunch & Dinner

ENJOY CASUAL DINING AT OUR I
NEW NOVI LOCATION

ENTIRE BILL WITH THIS AD

FALAFIL A SPECIALITY

Restaurant

At 1-696 & 11 in Lathrup Landing

559-9099

• Lamb Chops • Shish Kabob • Tabbouli
• Stuffed Grape Leaves (Veg. & Reg.)
• Bar-B-Q Ribs & Chicken • Etc.

RAW JUICE BAR

With Fresh-Squeezed fruits & Vegetables

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Valid Mondays thru Thursdays Only
Coupon Dates 1/13 - 1/19/95

L43317 East Grand River, Novi (810) 305-5856J

833-0700

• Mideastern & American Cuisine
27060 Evergreen

RIBS • OYSTERS •SEAFOOD • STEAKS

20% OFF

Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz, di-
rector of Machon L'Torah, will
lead a lunchtime mini-conference
at the law offices of Honingman,
Miller, Schwartz, and Cohn 12:30
p.m. Jan. 17. The topic will be
Jewish ethics. The program will
be hosted by Mr. Sheldon Toll.
There is no charge. For informa-
tion and reservations, call Ma-
chon, 967-0888.
Machon will hold an educa-
tional lunchtime conference at
Henry Ford Hospital 11:45 a.m.
Jan. 18. Rabbi Jacobovitz will
lead a discussion on "The Cam-
ouflage of Nature." The program
will be hosted by Drs. Barry and
Steve Levine and will include a
deli lunch. There is a charge. For
information and reservations, call
Machon, (810) 967-0888.

Home For Aged
Millionaire Party

ENTERTAINMENT-DANCING

Wed. & Sat. Evenings

Machon Plans
Conferences

Buy One Entree At Regular Price
Get Second Entree
Equal or Lesser Value
HALF THE PRICE!

• Dine In Only • With Coupon
• 1 Coupon Per Couple
• Not Valid With Other Offers

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Reception at
7:30 p.m.; gam-
ing at 8:15 p.m.
followed
by Mark Kowalsky
dessert buffet and prize distrib-
ution. The co-chairpersons for
this fund-raising event are
Rochelle Elson, Auxiliary, and
Mark Kowalsky, Benefactors.
The evenings proceeds will go to
enhance entertainment, special
programming and outtrips for the
residents of the Jewish Home for
Aged.
For information, phone Carol
Rosenberg, (810) 661-2999.

Support Group
Meeting Set

The Southfield-Oak Park Parkin-
son's Support Group will meet
Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. at Trowbridge
Apts., 24111 Civic Center Dr.
Mildred Varga and Eve Stein
will give an overview of the 5th
Annual Support Group Sharing
Conference.

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