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Page 12-Friday, March 21, 1980-The Michigan Daily
The Second Annual
ANITA URYANT FOLLES
original gay musical by Tom Simmonds
march 20-22 and March 26-29
at Canterbury Loft, 332 S. State, second floor
Admission $2.50 Showtime 8:00 p.m.
The Department of Romance Languages'
SUMMER STUD Y PROGRIIAMS
FRANCE AND SPAIN
Includes: First- or Second-Year
French or Spanish and
Independent Study.
NFORMA1iONAL MEEI:NG
Friday, Mafrch 21, 4:00 Pm
Lecture Room 1, M0

HOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEE FAVORS CAR T

WASHINGTON (AP) - House
budget-writers yesterday recommen-
ded an end to Saturday mail deliveries
and a $1.4 billion cut in President Car-
ter's proposed level of defense spending
in their stepped-up drive to balance the
1981 budget.
The House Budget Committee also
urged elimination of federal revenue
sharing for states and federal grants to
local police departments.
THE ACTIONS came amid signs of
new strain in the tenuous Democratic

coalition that has been pressing for ap-
proval of $15.9 billion in spending cuts
and a $1.4 billion surplus in fiscal 1981,
which starts Oct. 1.
Several liberal Democrats attacked
the proposed budget for cutting too
deeply into programs for the poor and
demanding too little sacrifice from the
. wealthy. The growing rift among
Democrats could threaten final com-
mittee approval of the budget.
The $15.9 billion in reductions, which
generally are supported by the

MINORITY STUDENT
ETHNIC THEAl
SATURDAY,
ee MARCH 22
Va/ Gray Ward and
the Kuumba Workshop
8:00 p.m.
Mendelssohn Theater
Workshop 9:30-11:30
Room 124 E. Quad
Students with I.D. $2.00
General Public $3.00
-Children under 12 admitted free

I SERVICES presents:
TER FESTIVAL
SUNDAY,
MARCH 23
Echohawk
8:00 p.m.
Mendelssohn Theater
Children's performance
Mendelssohn Theater 2 p.m.
Tickets available at Ticket
Central, Michigan Union
For more information: 764-5418

congressional leadership ar
House, were proposed We
the committee chairman,]
Giaimo (D-Conn.), a
Democrat.
ALTHOUGH President C
last week for a balanced
president has yet to subm
version of shi 1981 spendin
budget he proposed in Jar
for a $15.8 billion deficit.
Overall, Giaimo's budg
for fiscal 1981 calls for spe
billion, revenues of $613.8 1
surplus of $1.4 billion. ,
Rejecting several propo.
yesterday, 'thembudget pan
Giaimo's recommendation
billion from the estimatedI
allotted for defense in Car
proposal.
THE COMMITTEE t
Republican attempt to bo
spending by $4.5 billion a
several liberal efforts to cu
$1.7 billion more the
suggested.
Rep. Paul Simon (D-Ill
million could be saved by
the mobile basing of the
which he denounced as "t
pensiv military gadget ii
of the military." That prol
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The Greek word "xenos"
means stranger and guest-a
coupling that occurs in no other
language. Throughout history
the Greeks have'welcomed any
stranger as a guest, and at
Thano's Company this tradition
lives on.-
This greeting is found on the
menu of Thano's Compary, 514
East Washington Street, and it is
only one of the many inviting.
characteristics that patrons of
the restaurant encounter. The
warm atmosphere, courteous
and friendly service, reasonable
prices, and most importantly
delicious food are among the
other qualities that beckon any
stranger or long-time customer
to stop in for a snack, drink, or
meal.
Thano's Company was opened
last year as a solution to -the
smaller seating capacity of Mr.
Thdno's first restaurant, The
Lamplighter. The large, 575
person capacity of the
restaurant certainly seems to
have reduced difficulties. Yet
Thano's Company is usually
busy, a testimonial to its
success.
The decor of Thano's doesn't
lead a customer to believe he is
in a big restaurant, though.
Rather, one may think he is in a

small, intimate establishment,
due to the many decorative
partitions utilized. The design is
highlighted by the use of natural
surfaces such as raw wood,
paneling, brick, and stucco.
Both the excitingly unusual
tiered cocktail lounge and the
softly lighted main dining room
are done in rich earth tones. The
genial interior invited students
and everyone to "come as you
are" for a truly unique dining
experience.
Food, of course, is the
specialty of Thano's Company, a
wide variety of choices exists at
lunch and dinner. Several salads
from a number of cultures,
including the Mediterranean
Salad and the Hawaiian Delight,
tempt any luncheon patron.
Many enticing sandwiches are
also featured, all at affordable
prices.
Dinner provides most of these
items and much, much more.
Steak, seafood entrees and a
delicious flaming cheese
specialty are available, along
with what may be Ann. Arbor's
largest selection of spaghetti
and other pasta di'shes. Thano's
famous Sicilian pizza is there,
too, as well as his irresistable
round pizzas with many
toppings to choose from. All the
recipes used are the same as

those at The Lamplighti
the low prices have ma
way down the street also
Happy Hour atT
Company is from 41
everyday in the lounge
Wednesday and Thursd
these days Happy H
extended until closing.
all Happy Hours, two drir
be purchased for theF
one. In addition,T
Company offers 30 per
price specials, Wedne

ER 'S PROPOSAL
Lidorsed
nd the White The committee also recommended
~dnesday by eliminating the $1.7 billion state portio
Rep. Robert of revenue sharing, a cut that has bee
moderate endorsed by the president. In addition,
the panel urged an end to the $1 billion
arter called program of anti-recession aid to cities.
budget, the
it a revised BY VOICE vote yesterday, the House
g plan. The Budget Committee approved the
nuary called recommendation to cut $836 million by
ending Saturday mail deliveries and
et proposal reducing subsidies for bulk mail.
nding $612.4 The panel's vote does not mea
billion and a Saturday mail deliveries will definitel
end, however. Even if approved by the
sed changes full Congress, the proposal could be
iel accepted averted if the U.S. Postal Service
to cut $1.4 raised rates or made other cuts to
$149.3 billion achieve the savings.
ter's budget Rep. Jim Mattox (D-Texas), said the
Saturday mail proposal might also be
defeated a defeated when it reaches the House
ost military floor and suggested the committee
nd rejected simply recommend and $836 million
t as much as postal cut without mentioning Saturda
an Giaimo deliveries.
The budget committee also recom-
), said $325 mended saving $100 million through
y postponing elimination of the Law Enforcement
MX missile, Assistance Administration, which has
he most ex- provided grants to local police depar-
n the history tments for research and equipment sin-
posal lost 15- ce 1968.
er, and spaghetti night, and Thursday is
de their pizza night. Tuesday has special
. significance, too; beer can be
Thano's purthased at 30 percent off
until 8 regular prices with a meal.
except Everything about Thano's
lay. On Company make it the place to
lour is go at your next opportunity to
During dine out. Plan on visiting this
nks may eating emporium, one of this
price of city's most enjoyable, in the
Thano s very near future. You won't ever
cest off be a stranger again.
sday is
--a--

eopold Bloom's
Early bining Specials
5-6:30
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF $7.25
Served with baked potato and salad
CHICKEN CORDON BLEU $6.25
on wild rice blend with salad
Make your graduation reservations now
LEOPOLD BLOOM'S
. Liberty 665-3333
ED TO YOUR GOOD TASTE
* Steakburger & Variations
e soups (famous Clam Chowder)
PY HIOURS Mon-Sat 4-6
it .Mon-Sat 11-9, Sun 4-9 994-5360
iberty (next to Second Chance)
- Fresh ground sirloin dally

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PRETZEL BELL
" Buffet luncheon featuring roast
beef and homemade soups.
" Complete dinners including
the lavish salad bar.
FEATURING DAILY SPECIALS

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tempfIghter's Big Brother)
THE SAME FAMOUS SICILIAN PIZZA AND
THE SAME GREAT LOW PRICES
Tuesday: Beer Night
Wednesday: Spaghetti Night
Thursday: Pizza Night

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120 E. Liberty
761-1470

MON-SAT: Cafeteria 11:00-4
Dinner 5-10

SUN: Dinner 12-9

514 E. Washington
996-0555

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Mon-Sat 11:30-2 am
Sun 4-1 am
208 W. HURON
995-0505

FOR LUNCH & DINNER
" STEAKS
" COCKTAILS
" SALAD BAR
" WINE & BEER
" SEAFOOD
ANN ARBOR NEWS-"For the fish lover
however, we have found the Whiffletree
the best place in the area."
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114 E. Washington
665-3231

Every Sunday
SPECIAL ITALIAN BUFFET
Every Thursday
SMORGASBORD
FOR ONLY $495
Includes: Soup, Salad,
Relish Bar and Bread

THE
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Salad Bar
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516 E.'L

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