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August 18, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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2 Friday, Algid 18, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

STEPHENSON
_. ..._... 24931 N. CHRYSLE
cLs
R R. (1-75 at 10 Mlle)

net Park .PRIVATE

BANOUET FACILITIES

FOR 25 TO 300

The Best of Everything

542-9195

• Bar Mitzvas'
• Weddings
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvas.
• Showers
• Parties For All
• Banquets
• Reunions
Occasions
Open Mon. Thru Sat.. featuring Fine Steaks. Noble Wines. Casual
Elegance. Gourmet Salad Bar. (over 37 items. incl. creamed her-
ring. deviled eggs. etc.) House Specialties: Chateaubriand. Fresh
Veitiood Daily. Roast Long Island Duck-
BRING This AD
ling...Prepared By Chef Richard Lavoie.
FREE

SHRIMP COCKTJUL

Entertainment

"AM oaawar dnner

Hours: Mon.-Fri..11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Sat.. 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

OPOI SUNDAYS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY

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1912 PRICES! i

COMPLETE DINNERS $495 :
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DAY OR EVENING
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Scallops • Catch Of The Day • Fried Shrimp *
• Shish Kabob • N.Y. SirloN • Friiiii- Rib
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• Filet Mignon • Broiled Whitefish • Crab Legs

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$4" DINNER PRICE GOOD MON. THRU SUN.

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COMPLETE SANDWICH

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DONNE BOBBLE HAPPY HOUR 3 p.m. to 1 p.m.
ALL DRINKS TWO FOR PRICE OF ONE!

*SUNDAY BRUNCH

MENU AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES

TRY OUR FAMOUS

10 3.16. to 2 p.m. $495 . SOUP & SALAD POT
23703 W. 7 MILE,
* 1 BLOCK WEST OF MIDDLEBELT.
Just West of Livonia Mall
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quality establishment.
THE CLEANLINESS of
a restaurant in very many
cases, can be told by its re-
strooms.
THERE ARE STILL a
few . . not many . . . who
charge for a second cup of
coffee . . . Nobody would
blame you for not wanting
to go back.
EASTMAN'S LAND-
ING on Orchard Lake Rd.
near 13 Mile, owned by Bev
and Bill Eastman, former
18-year bossfolks at
Eastman's Gaslight
downtown, is fast gaining
the reputation of being fre-
quented by other re-
staurateurs and celebrities.
EVER SINCE ADAM
and Eve were barred from
the Garden of Eden for
nibbling the forbidden fruit,
lawmakers have been out-
doing one another to protect
the public in the prepara-
tion, serving and consump-
tion of food . . Many exist-
ing laws continue to serve
such a need . . . Some,
gathering mold on the sta-
tute 'books, are too out-
moded for modern day liv-
ing . . . Others are ludicr-
ous to the point of disbelief.
In Kansas, for instance,
an old law states that one
must not eat snakes on
Sunday or rattlesnake meat

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Weekend special!
A Sheraton showplace fors=

$28 per night, single or double occupancy, weekends
only, means the lap of luxury here at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel. Beautiful showplace guest rooms
feature oak paneling, extra-large beds, and every con-
venience. Plus L. J. Loophole's Restaurant and Bar,
the new fun place for luncheon, dinner and Sunday
brunch. And there's "Yesterdays," Southfield's most
popular nightspot with dancing and live entertainment.
Call us soon to reserve a guest room for yourself
or for out-of-town visitors at the only hotel with South-
field hospitality and low Sheraton weekend rates.

SHERATON A WORLD)

OF SHOWPLACES

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

SHERATON HOTELS& INNS. WORLDWIDE
17017 WEST NINE MILE ROADiSOUTHFiELD. MICHIGAN 48075/TELEPHONE 557-4800

in public . .. In Houston,
Texas, the law stipulates
that you cannot buy rye
bread, goose liver or lim-
burger cheese on Sunday,
and if you do, you cannot
take it out of the store . . .
An old Los Angeles ordi-
nance states that pickle-
making carried on at any
point within the city limits
where the aroma might of-
fend the nostrils of a pas-
serby, is a violation of the
law and punishable by a
fine . . . In faraway Con-
necticut, on the other side of
the country, it is illegal to
sell pickles which, when
dropped 12 inches, collapse
in their own juice .. . They
must -remain whole and
even bounce.
A Birmingham, Ala., or-
dinance rules it unlawful
for a restaurant operator to
sweep the floor . . . It is
against the law to eat food
while walking the streets of
Northfield, Conn.. . . and
the same ruling applies to
anyone eating while driving
a car in Washington, D.C.
. . In Kentucky, while it is
against state laws for any-
one to sleep in a restaurant,
Lexington has an unusual
ordinance forbidding any-
one to carry an ice cream
cone in his pocket.

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Invite You To See Wily
We Are #1

In The Metropolitan

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PICKLED TROUT &
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By Enjoying Our

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SPECIALS

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SAT., 4 FAA' 12 NIL
VAL, 4 p.m. b 11 p.m.

— OUTDOOR CAFE

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Pizza rated No. 1 by
Channel 7 News

MIX DIM MRS.
11 a.m. b 11 p.m.
FU. 11 a.r. b 12 lit
Sal, 12 ow to 12 I1d.
SIR., 12 mu to 11 p.m.

BEER & WINE

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1 DAYS A WEEK 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

NORTHWESTERN HGWY. Al 12 MILE & FRANKLIN

IN FRANKUN SHOPPING PLAZA

357-3280,

Good light stuff for dinner theater

Its a fresh song-Idled musical delight —
one of the better bargains in dinner theater'

"Mattress is delightful superb
funny show

this is a funny

DINNER PLAYHOUSE

starring NANCY OURWIN

Prowsts

TMa

POSCAL as

Featuring:

JOYCE SCHULTHEISS

Edgar A. Guest III
Di
by:
Barbara Gowans
Musical director:
Choreographer: Dennis East

at t h e

BUM STEER

Lower LOVOi
1824 W. 14 MILE RD., Royal Oak

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Fri., Sat. Dinner 7 p.m. Show 8:30
Sun. Dinner 8:00 Show 7:30

eservations
549-2233

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$1 495

porso

GROUP ORGANIZATIONS ARE
INVITED TO INOUIRE ABOUT
SPECIAL RATES

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There are two banks to
the River Jordan and both of
them belong to us.
— Vladimir Jabotinsky

*

• COFFEE OR TEA

Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

Disco-Bowl Aids
Special Olympics

Ark West Lanes will hold
a disco-bowl 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Aug. 25 to benefit the Spe-
cial Olympics program in
Oakland County.
There will be prizes and a
cash bar. Jack Barnes will
give disco lessons, and
CKLW radio personalities
will be on hand. There is a
charge.

Sun 6 arn.--10&m.

$1 1 5

• ROLL OR

According to an old De•
troit law, banana peels
are not to be thrown in
the streets for fear of in-
jury to horses . . .

A New Jersey state law
passed in 1929 states that
"no hotel restaurant or din-
ing room or kitchen shall be
used for a sleeping or dres-
sing room by an employee or
other persons." . . . During
wartime, a New York court
ruled that "the defendant
will be restrained from sel-
ling pickles but not from
serving them with meals as
a substitute for butter."
In Evansville, Ind., it is
illegal to sell hamburgers
on Sunday . . . and in
nearby Iowa, it is against
the law to serve food in pool-
rooms or barber shops . .
Des Moines also has a repu-
tation forbidding booths or
partitions in restaurants
. . . In Massachusetts, it is
against the law to eat
peanuts in church or to use
tomatoes in making clam
chowder . . . A citizen may
not carry a lunch pail on the
public streets in Riverside,
Calif.. . . and you must not
peel an orange in a hotel
room anywhere in the state.

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TRY ROSES

A NANCY GURWIN PRODUCTION

Group Sake a Theater Prothro Available



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