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May 05, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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THE DETROIT EIVISI MEWS

30 Friday, lby 5, 1978

Club Berkley

542-ITS1

ITOCIMAID AT II% ISLE

NOW WE DANCE
THE FOX TROT & CHA CHA

• Tiny Lake Perch • Turtle Soup
• Fresh Seafoods
• Dover Sole
• Steaks & Chops • Baby frog Legs

KM 1 SUMS IT
TIAM & RBA MEE

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Dra MK Tin SAL
Earlimet Tat-St

LUNCH & DINNER

SPECIALS

MOIL THRU FEL

DAILY HOURS:
BOIL THRU THURS.,

11 at le 11 pao.

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

-1rt` Pizza rated No. 1 by
Channel 7 News
BEER & WINE

FRI., 11 um- to 2 IIJIL
SAT., 4 pm. to 2 Ast.
SUN., 4 pa. to 11 p.a.

357-3280

Chef Rudy's New

BEEF 'n BIRD

FAMILY BUFFET

(3 IILKS. N. OF IIMIIE) 559-1091

COMPLETE DAILY SPECIALS

ALL DAY-LUNCH OR DINNER

'1.99

RELISH RAN FREE

ROAST
TURKEY

W/DRESSING
112 10

BROILED
HADDOCK

5189

ROAST BEEF
PLATE

$185 ,

GREBE SALAD AND SPINACH PIE DAILY

OPEN 7 DAYS,11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

T

tor

SAM PANZICA'S

he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 29)
te's on Telegraph, just south
of Joy Road.
Appearing with his quar-
tet, bass guitar, piano,
drums and Tommy on voc-
als and triple set bongos,
you immediately see that
here is a good-looking, com-
paratively young man who's
been around ... giving each
song his utmost as he cares-
ses the mike for people to
listen and dance in extreme
pleasure.

He and the group do ev-
erything . . . Latin-
American jazz like "Girl
From Ipanema" and "Van-
etta" to standards like
"Misty" to ballads like
"You'll Never Find Another
Love Like Me" . . . to soft
disco beats that bounce so
very smoothly.
Tommy's excellent
tonal contrast and stage

presence make him a
standout . . . The huge
repertoire owned by
Tommy Good & Co. is ex-
citing . .. No matter
what, if a person listens
long enough he or she is
bound to hear the rhythm
or song they want .. . If
not, just ask and ye shall
receive.
It's so nice to see people

dancing close to his cares-
sing music as ultimate
pleasure oozes over their

faces . . . No fighting disco
tantrums at Antionette's.
The group plays very
fine background for Tom-
my's excellent voice . . .
and his terrific bongo beats
are a standout,.
If you like to hear good
music . . . or dance to it
. . . put Tommy Good & Co.
on your list for a very near
Friday or Saturday visit to
Antionette's.

gpbakelpearro
3Jim

• LUNCHEONS
• DINNERS
• COCKTAILS

THIS WISIC'S SPECIAL

FRESH WHITE FISH

COMPLETE DINNER

Includes SALAD BAR. $525
FITENSITE FRESH SEAFOOD
SOUP TUREEN. POT..
MENU Writ!
HOT ROLLS & BUTTER
FRESH OYSTERS & FRESH CLAMS
OCRIPLETE DIMMERS
SALAD BAR & ITALIAN MENU
PROM $3.116
2411111111011111, CM. TELEGRAPH • 538-3110 •CUSEI SMITS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

Repeat by Popular Request
°O FF MON. THRU SAT., 4 to 6 p.m.

25°/

lired[UCING GOURMET SELECTIONS.
APPETIZERS. DINNERS. ALA CARTE. ETC.
Per Expires
May 13, 1978
R.. *mei

Sorry. No En•ortoreenor•
Ccupony or Oval Cards

RIKSHAIN INN

851 -6400
IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE Carry Outs

Available

Complete Dimon
lion.-Set, 5 lo 12 Mid.

Author Dimont to Speak

CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

NORTHWESTERN HOWY. Al 12 RILE t FRANKUN
IN FRANKUN SHOPPING PLAZA

27411 SOUTHFIELD

r



Noted author and histo-
rian Max Dimont will be
guest speaker at "Passport
to Your Heritage," a pro-
gram on Jewish family roots
sponsored by local members
of the United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet
for younger leaders of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund Saturday, beginning
8:15 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center.
Dimont's two best-selling
books, "Jews, God and His-
tory" and "The Indestructi-
ble Jews," have sold mil-
lions of copies in many lan-
guages. A third work will be
published this fall.
One of the few
Finnish-born Jews, Di-
mont has lived in the U.S.
since 1930 and has lec-
tured extensively in this
country and abroad.

te
SUNSET
SEAFOOD
SPECIALS

• Scrod --- Broiled in lemon butter
• Seafood Brochette -- Shrimp,
Scallops and it'hitefish marinated
and broiled
• Tender Scallops

$4.95

Dinners include long grain & wild rice,
french fries, or baked potato, a crisp
green salad and bread.

Sunday 4-6 p.m.
Monday-Thursday 5-7 p.m.

The Dry Dock, 26855 Greenfield Road
Southfield

Restaurant & Lounge
29703 W. 7 MILE RD.

Just West of Livonia Mall

1 Block West of Middlebelt

For Reservations:

477-2686

OUR FABULOUS SUNDAY BRUNCH

Fresh hot bagels
Cream CAMS.,
Chopped Eggs
Smoked salmon
Smoked sable
Smoked chubs
Blintres
Fresh fruits
Breakfast meats

MAX DIMONT

Robert M. Citrin and Ed-
ward D. Gold are program
chairmen for the evening.

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Scrambled eggs
Eggs Benedict on request
Panties on request
Corned beet hash
Over 20 salad hems
Puddings. tarts. cheesecake. etc
Asst. breads
Variety of International entrees

per pers.
$ 4 95

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

SpeeksIzkv 4l Sma/I
Unique ~Om

IIERIL am RI EL WEL L B. IMEI

94 t ege t

There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Michael
Berke at Federation, 965-
3939.

Dayan Isolated

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
magazine Davar
Hashavuah reports that Is-
raeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan is feeling in-
creasingly isolated on
foreign policy decisions in
the Israeli government.
According to the
magazine, Dayan feels iso-
lated from Eliahu Ben-
Elisar, director of the Prime
Minister's Office; Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman;
and Dayan's closest col-
league, Epi Evron, director
of the Office of the Foreign
Ministry.

College to Protest
Weapons Sales

NEW YORK — A Stu-
dent Mobilization for Peace
in Israel, organized by the
Stern College Student
Council, will be held in
Washington, D.C. May
16-17. Students and faculty
from Stern College for
Women will participate in
prayer services, Bible study
sessions and demonstra-
tions to protest President
Carter's proposed U.S. arms
sales to Arab nations.

Vefteag

22740 WOODWARD

at 9 Mile
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-7933

ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

OPEN 7 DAYS-BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS
$2.95
$2.95
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
$3.25
STUFFED FLOUNDER
$3.25
BROILED HAUBUT
$3.25
BROILED PICKEREL
$4.25
SEAFOOD PUTTE R
$2.95
FRIED SCALLOPS
$4.25
JUMBO SHRIMPS

BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH

$2.25

FRESH FISH & CHIPS
ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF
$4.25
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
BRAISED SHORT RIBS

BAR-B-O NIBS

$4.50

BAR B 11 CHICKEN

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$2.75

$3.10

$2.95

ALL ABOVE NCLUDE: - TA- L — A - 15TVEG , POT.,
GREEK BREAD & BUTTER

RIALTO'S SPECIAL BREAKFAST

.

SERVED AT ALL TIMES!

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS
• 3 BREAKFAST [EATS

• PINEAPPLE RPM

• NONEBIADE AMERICJAI RISES

"WA"
JELLY

$ 2.25

• STEAKS • CHOPS • GREEK DISHES • ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

MON THRUTHLAS 10 30am to 10p rn

&SAT 10 30a m to 11 30p m

SUN lam tolOpm

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