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October 13, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, October 13, 1918

SPECIALIZING IN .. .
• BARBEQUED SPARE RIBS
• BARBEQUED CHICKEN
• FRESH SEA ?DOD
• COMPLETE MENU
• CHOICE COCKTAILS
FAMILY DINING AT ITS BEST

OPEN 7 DAYS . . . Mon. thru Fri., 11 to 12
Sat., 5 to 12 Sun., 12 to 12

For Carry-Out
Call 946-7960

11180 TELEGRAPH

Bd., Goddard & Nertilin

STEPHENSON
CLUB
24931 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

Hazel Park _PRIVATE

BANOUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300

• Anniversaries
• Weddings
• Bar Mitzvas'
• Parties For All
• Showers •
• Bat Mitzvas.
Occasions
• Reunions

• Banquets
- 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

Siafood Daily, Roast Long Island Duck-
ling...Prepared By Chef Richard Lavoii

-

Entertainment

BRING THIS AD

FREE

SHRIMP COCKTAIL
dinner
with

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

OPEN SUNDAYS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ONLY

'Es BIRD
BEEF
FAMILY BUFFET
-

27411 SOUTHFIELD 13 sacs. N. OF 11 MILE)

559-1091

COMPLETE DAILY SPECIALS

ALL DAY—LUNCH OR DINNER

RELISH BAR FREE

S
TURKEY
WORE 110

$ 2.1

ROAST BEEF
PLATE

BROILED
HADDOCK

(Continued on Page 30)
DuGlas, noted premier chef,
will open his new restau-
rant around Nov. 1 on the
site of former Mama Zelda's
in Farrell Shopping Center
. . . It'll be an expensive 84-
seater, very gourmet
French dining spot.
Name will be DuGlas.
Next door to it may be a
delicatessen.
QUOTES . . . by Ira
Levy, former owner of
Mama Zelda's . . . "I'll gas
myself in a pizza oven before
ever going into the restau-
rant business again." ... Ira
is a pants manufacturer.
WHAT A DIF-
FERENCE in music Fri-
days and Saturdays at An-
toinette's, Telegraph just
south of Joy Rd. . . . now
that. Tommy Good is back
. . . Listening and dancing
to this fine talent brings
people from all over . . . The
food put out by Antoinette
and Jim Ney is choice .. .
especially those Sunday
specials . . . complete
dinners $5.95 (choice of
prime rib or two veal dis-
hes).

THANKS ... to Yetta
and Sam Ginsburg in Los
Angeles for the menus .. .
Saving menus is our hobby
and some of them are real
doozies.
DON'T BE SO surprised
when you look at your check
after ordering something on

the menu without a price
. . . At eateries that do this,
ask your server first . . . If
not, don't google-eye when
the bill comes.
GROUND BREAKING
was recently for a large
(13,000 sq. feet) family sea-
food tavern to be built just
south of Toledo by the
Detroit-based C.A. Muer
Corp.
The tavern will be called
Chuck Muer's . . . and com-
bine the best qualities of the
corporation's seafood res-
taurants with the organiza-
tion's neighborhood family
taverns in West Bloomfield
and Northville.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
of Consumers For Pure Food
says . . . "Did you know .. .
that the best butter you can
buy states 'made from sweet
cream' on the label. Other
butter may be made from
stale or soured milk or
cream. Salt added to butter
masks any off-flavor and
off-quality. -
"That you needn't despair
if your child refuses to drink
milk. Alternative calcium
sources are nuts, beans,
cauliflower, broccoli and
seafood."
HAVE YOU TRIED the
Sunday brunch yet at
Ramada Inn of Southfield
on Telegraph just south of
12 Mile? . . . It's from 10 to 2
. . . $4.75 ... with goodies
galore . . . Haven't had it
yet, but sounds super.

National Israel Bond Official
to Speak Here for Gathering

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

Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire, Columbia and a member
chief of the section of car- of the society's board of
diovascular Diseases at credentials.
Sinai Hospital, and his wife,
He is a consultant in
Diane, will host an Israel anesthesiology to Walter
Bond leadership reception 8 Reed Army Medical Center
p.m. Tuesday in their home, and Mt. Alto Veterans Ad-
6931 Knollwood Cir. W., ministration Hospital, and
West Bloomfield. The recep- a member of the D.C. Pro-
tion is being held in advance fessional Advisory Commit-
of the State of Israel Bond tee on Drug Abuse. He is
Medical Physicians Di- also on the board of direc-
vision Tribute Dinner, tors of the Wood Library-
scheduled for Nov. 8.
Museum of Anesthesiology
Honored at the dinner and executive secretary and
will be Dr. Arnold L. Axel- past national president of
rod, recipient-elect of the Phi Delta Epsilon Medical
state of Israel's Maimonides Fraternity.
Award" in appreciation for
Dr. Alpert is on the na-
his many years of service in tional board of directors of
the healing arts and his the Council of Jewish Fed-
interest in Israel's economic erations and vice chairman
growth and secure future."
of its campaign service
Dr. Hershel Sandberg, committee. A member of the
division chairman, an- honorary board of governors
nounced that reception of the Hebrew University in
guest speaker will be Dr. Jerusalem, he is national
Seymour Alpert, Israel co-chairman of the univer-
Bonds National Chairman, sity's school of medicine
health professions and serv- building fund and is a direc-
ices.
tor of the American Friends
A leading educator and of the University.
consultant in the field of
Dr. Alpert also is on the
anesthesiology, Dr. Al- national board of governors
pert is vice president of of the Israel Bond Organiza-
George Washington Uni- tion and is a past chairman
versity, Washington, of the steering committee of
D.C., and professor of the Washington, D.C. Israel
anesthesiology at its Bond campaign. He is also
school of medicine. He is on the board of directors of
the president of the Israel Investors Corp.
Maryland District of
When we are young, God
Columbia Anesthesiol-
ogy Society, chairman of forgives our stumblings;
the Interdisciplinary when we mature, He weighs
Committee on Drug our words; and when we
Abuse of the Medical grow old, He waits — for our
Society of the District of repentance.

SEMI 7 DAYS

SERVED 1 BAYS

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[ HAMBURGER

STEAK

With mushrooms bordelaise and
Pancho sauce. (also available
with roquefort glaze.)

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

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559-4230

RO9 S

Restaurant

BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESTAIr -
ALL YOU
CAN EAT
$

SPAGHETTI

INCLUDES SALAD & GARLIC BREAD

FRIDAY

FISH & CHIPS CAN EAT

2 35

$295

INCLUDES SALAD & GARLIC BREAD

SUNDAY

$4 95
FANTAIL
BREADED SHRIMP
INCLUDES SALAD GARLIC BREAD & SPAGHETTI

,

1535 CASS LAKE RD. — KEEGO — B81-3440

1 MILE NORTH OF ORCHARD LAKE RD.
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The Best of Everything

silo
$ 1 99 - $ 1 - 95
.,

Toes Dors., Sat & Sal.



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

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

Choice Of

BOSTON SCROD/CHICKEN CORDON BLEU

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

$550

COMPLETE DINNERS

FROM 53.95

24000 PLYMOUTH, COR. TELEGRAPH • 531-3100

.CLOSED SUNDAYS

SERVING ITALIAN-AMERICAN
CUISINE IN THE FINEST
TRADITION

OVER
40 YEARS A
DETROIT DINING LANDMARK

(YOUR HOSTS: DAN & MARCELLA MOODY)



, • Luncheons • Dinners • Cocktails
Late Evening Menu • Private Banquet Facilities

OUR NEW HOURS
MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
SUNDAY BUFFET DAY. 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

(4 Blks. N. of 6 Mile)

869-3988

ATTENDANT PARKING

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TWO POUND LOBSTER $18 75

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$175

ALL YOU CAN EAT!

FRESH WHITE FISH . . . $5.95 STEAMED CLAMS .$4.25 dz.
Open Mon.-Sat.
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PRESENTS OPERA
4 -s. THIS THURSDAY NIGHT la

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7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Featuring

• JAN RAE.,_
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• , l and pianist, MS. CHIARA DEL GUIDICE
• Light Opera *
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Call For Reservations:

871-1590v

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Hearty Wishes To All

Our Friends & Customers

For A

HAPPY & HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

SULTAN'S
TABLE

25060 SOUTHFIELD RD.

N.E. Corner Of 10 Mile & Southfield

Your Host: SARKY MICHAEL

Reservations: 557-5035

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