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July 28, 1978 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SAM PANZICA'S

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3inn -

LUNCHEONS'
DINNERS
COCKTAILS
EXTENSIVE FRESH
SEA FOOD MENU
FEATURING FRESH
OYSTERS & FRESH CLAMS
• SALAD BAR & ITALIAN MENU






TINS WEEK'S SPECIAL

Choice Of

FRESH MONK FISH or WHITE FISH

COMPLETE DINNER
Includes SALAD BAR
SOUP TUREEN,
HOT ROLLS 8 BUTTER

$525

COMPLETE DINNERS
FROM $3.95

246th PLYMOUTH, GDR. TELEGRAPH • 533-3110

•CUISEI MPS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

Repeat by Popular Request
()OFF MON. THRU SAT.,4 to 6 p.m.

250 /

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS.
APPETIZERS. DINNERS, ALA CARTE, ETC.
Offer EopreS
Aug. 5, 1978

Sorry. No En...* 78
Co.pon. or Comfit Ceti. Fa. Tito Sp.o

RIKSHAW INN

.851-6400

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Carry Outs
Available

Club Berkley

542-0117

2721 WOMB AT 1114 NILE

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

NOW WE_DANCE
THE FOX TROT & CHA CHA

BEEF

BIRD

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FAMILY BUFFET

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559-1091

(3ILKS. N. OF 11 MILE)

COMPLETE DAILY SPECIALS
1.99
ALL DAY—LUNCH OR DINNER
RELISH BAR FREE

ROAST
TURKEY

W/DRESSINLI

$21

0

BROILED
HADDOCK
$ I 99

ROAST BEEF
PLATE
$1 95

SEIM 1 BATS

SEMI 7 OATS

1.8., Bre., Sat & Sm.

MEEK SALAD AND SPINACH PIE DAILY
OPEN 7 DAYS,11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

the
roman
lerswee

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At 12 Mile, Just

8 5 1-4094

Off U.S. 696

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

e

ITALIAN-AM ICAN FOOD

PRWATECATEMIC MMIANDIET FACIUTIES

• INISINESSIEN'S LUNCHEONS (luclulug Will Of The

Day & Sipa Salmis)

• DINNERS

TOM
TABLESIDE
GOURMET ALTENBURG
COOKING WEritZrstr

Keidan Prints Legal Booklet

attorney
Southfield
Bruce H. Keidan has pre-
pared a 24-page booklet
which sets forth the rights
people have under the law.
"The booklet was writ-
ten," states Keidan in the
introduction, "to explain
some of the most frequently
encountered civil law prob-
lems and how to deal with
them."
In preparing the work,
Keidan avoided legalistic
jargon. Some of the legal is-
sues discussed are: buying
and selling a home, divorce,
personal injury, home sol-
icitation sales and wills.
Two sections of the
booklet, "Everyday Fam-
ily Law Problems: A
Layman's Survival
Guide," are devoted to
the problems of choosing
and hiring an attorney,
because, says Keidan,
"people need to know
when they should handle
matters themselves and
how and when they

McDonald House

V.I.P. PALACE

Korean—Mandarin
Japanese Steak House

Everything you.could
possibly want in Oriental
cuisine . under one roof!

Prudential Town Center

351-1911

10 Yale Y [arum

THE AREA'S NEWEST & MOST UNIQUE
RESTAURANT
Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES
OPEN MON.-SAT. FOR
• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER
SNACKS & SANDWICHES

BRUCE KEIDAN

should consult with an
attorney."
"There is no charge for
the guide," adds Keidan.
"We (his law firm) give it to
anyone who asks." To date,
over 20,000 copies have
been distributed.
Keidan is a candidate for
circuit judge in Oakland
County.

Stolz's Songs Star-Lined

Robert Stolz, the eminent
Viennese musician who
died five years ago in his
90s, left a rich legacy. His
compositions are judged as
imperishable. His songs are
considered musts in reper-
toires in the music halls of
Europe.
His family's pride in his
works helps to perpetuate
his creative musical
achievements. As part of
the Stolz tradition, Einzi
Stolz now presents "Stars
Singen Robert Stolz."
Like the earlier Stolz re-
cordings, this one recorded
in Vienna and marketed for

Friday, July 28, 1978 31

worldwide distribution, is
filled with fascinations.
The more than 20 Stolz
songs are sung by a
number of the best
known Viennese concert
singers. The best of Stolz
is offered in this record-
ing.
The Stolz love songs, the
charm of the Viennese
tunes, the humor and the
temptation to dance are re-
gistered in "Stars Singen
Robert Stolz."

Hilberry Lists
Summer Plays

MON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. til 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid.
COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.
Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN

4108 W. MAPLE RD..
1 BLK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

626-2630



$3

KIM'



FAMILY RIB BUCKET

"7'

ADAM'S

WITH THIS AD

Reg. $18

PROMPT 15-MINUTE PICK-UP

WE CATER
ANY -
PARTY!



968-0370

The Hilberry Theatre will
present "How the Other
Half Loves" by Alan
Ayckbourn 8:30 p.m. Wed-

OFF

ON OUR HUGE

WE ARE FAMOUR FOR
OUR GREAT FRIED CHICKEN!

OPEN 7 DAYS
NOW

MON.-SAT., 4 to 12 Mid.
SUN., 4 to 10 p.m.

25226 GREENFIELD & 10 MILE
Oak Park

to Benefit Parents nesday in the theater. At
of Young Patients the same time, "The Real

A special "Banana
Shake" promotion will be
conducted in Michigan-
through Sunday to help
raise funds for the construc-
tion of the Ronald
McDonald House, a 20-
family home away from
home for families whose
children are receiving
treatment for cancer and
other serious illnesses at
Children's Hospital of
Michigan.
Proceeds from the sale of
banana shakes during the
promotion will be donated
to the Ronald McDonald
House fund by participating
McDonald's restaurants in
Michigan. The fund-raising
campaign will be supported
by McDonald's advertise-
ments featuring Detroit
Lions Linebacker, Ed
O'Neil.
Ronald McDonald House
will be owned and operated
by the Children's Oncology
Services of Michigan, Inc., a
non-profit corporation made
up primarily of parents
whose children have suf-
fered serious illnesses.
Major funding for Ronald
McDonald House will be
provided by McDonald's re-
staurant owners-operators
who have pledged to raise
$300,000 toward the cost of
the project.

Inspector Hound" by Tom
Stoppard and "Red Peppers"
by Noel Coward will be fea-
tured in the studio theater
"How the Other Half
Loves" will be featured 8:30
p.m. Wednesdays through
Saturdays in the Hillberry,
while "The Real Inspector
Hound" and "Red Peppers"
will be seen Wednesdays
through Fridays at 8:30
p.m. and Saturdays at 5 and
9 p.m. The three plays will
be featured until Aug. 12.
For tickets, call the WSU
Theater box office, 577-
2972.

Sephardi Event
Backs Research

JERUSALEM — New as-
pects of research on the
Sephardic culture came to
light during the first Inter-
national Congress for the
Study of Sephardic and
Oriental Jewish Heritage
recently held at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The maingoal of the con-
gress was to encourage re-
search on the cultural
heritage and the Jewish
works of Sephardic and
Oriental Jewry and to
create a permanent forum
for the exchange of ideas
among scholars and institu-
tions working in this area.

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(For two persons or more)
crusted with herbs, garlic and

bread crumbs; broiled tomato

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