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November 07, 1980 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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Friday, November 7, 1980 4 1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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

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The Best of Everythingl

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Hazel Park

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

542-9196

FOR 25 TO 300
• Anniversaries
•Bar Mitzvas
•Showers
•All Parties
•Bat Mitzvas
.Banquets
•Reunions
•Weddings
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. . . . Featuring Fine Steak, Noble Wines, Casual
Elegance & House Specialties Including Fresh fish.

$19 95

CHATEAUBRIAND

FOR 2

MON. IS LADIES RITE!
LADIES COCKTAILS
1 /2 PRICE

6 p.m. to closing

SHRIMP COCKTAIL
WITH 2 DINNERS
AND THIS AD

FREE

KENNY STONE

At The Keyboard
For Listening & Dancing
MON. & TUES.

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SOMETHING DIFFERENT'

From Chef Milos' kitchen comes
a different entree daily; details
from your server

559-4230

Rd.

10 Mile

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SUNSET
SPECIAL

It pays to come early!
Our special early evening
menu features values on

Boston Schrod with Crabmeat
Stuffing, Fried Fresh Boston
Schrod, Broiled Beef Kabob,
Chopped Steak with Sauteed
Onions, Charley's unique char-
grilled fish, and selected
choice from our daily fresh
catch!
All Sunset Special dinners
include Charley's Chowder,
Salad, Hot Bread, and your
choice of Vegetable.
From $5.75 to $9.75 per
dinner! You really get your
net's worth!

Mon-Sat 5-6 p.m.

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Fine Seafood in the
Chuck Muer tradition
5498 Crooks Road
Troy • 879-2060
American Express Honored

(Continued from Page 40)
K-Mart Shopping Center
. . . A Coney Omelette has
loose hamburger, chili and
onion with melted cheese on
top . . . Or you can make
your own combination .. .
with chili, loose hamburger
or chopped hot dogs.
The little Kostandinos
capacity is only 46 with 10
booths and six counter seats
serving sandwiches to
meals . . . from Coneys to
gyros to spinach pie, etc.
RED DEVIL Restaurant
on Fenkell and Greenfield,
is now a seven-day-a-week
operation . . . recently add-
ing Sundays from 3 to 9 p.m.
. . . Red Devil has been serv-
ing lunches and dinners
since 1954 . . . pizza, Italian
veal specialties, Sicilian
steak (breaded), pasta, stuf-
fed noodles, home-made
breadsticks, seafood, etc.
THOSE WATCHING
THEIR weight should try
Gelato . . . Only place we
know that makes and sells
it on the northwest is San-
dy's Stockade, Evergreen
side of Evergreen Plaza,
south of 12 Mile . . . It's Ita-
lian ice cream . . . and very
delicious .. .
Sandy's Stockade has
Haagen-Dazs too but the
Gelato is made right on the
spot . . . Its marinated chic-
ken sits overnight in a spe-
cial recipe that gives a lot of,
tasty goodness when fried
, the next day.
JOAN WITTENBERG
owner of Healthy Jones on
Northwestern, writes .. .
`What is health? To me it is
being sexy, looking bright
and beautiful, full of
energy, strength to do the
things you want to do and
the frame of mind to be able
to do it and do it well.
"At one time it seemed
that eating natural foods,
taking vitamins and getting
involved in holistic life style
was strictly for the flower
children or hippie culture.
Now, we are finding it's ap-
pealing to everyone from all
walks of life — and why? —
because it really works. It's
not just one thing that does
it, it's the combination of
eating right, exercising,
vitamins and taking good
care of the most important
person in the woitld, you.
"We go in for all kinds of
creams and magic potions
for our skin, but good health
comes from within. There is
nothing wrong with getting
the eyes fixed or your face
lifted, but unless you feel
great from the inside out,
you aren't going to come
across the way you want.
Like anything else, you
can't get something for
nothing — you have to work
hard to get to the bottom
line. The bottom line is vit-
ality.
"I got involved eight or
nine years ago. I was feel-
ing terrible and found I
had hypoglycemia (low
blood sugar). It has many
uncomfortable symp-
toms and I think I had
them all. What a mess I
was! I went to doctor
after doctor and they said
I would have to learn to

live with it, gave me a diet
that didn't work, some
Libs and Vals and sent
me to my own private
hell.
"Well, I am a fighter. I
started reading everything
I could get my hands on con-
cerning hypoglycemia,
natural foods, etc. I totally
changed my eating habits
and felt a great deal better
but I still wasn't satisfied
with my energy levels. Luc-
kily, my husband is a doctor
and I was able to talk him
into taking me all over the
country to seminars on the
holistic approach. I met
some of the great doctors
and nutritionists in this
field.
"Listening to what they
had to say, I started to ex-
periment with vitamins. At
first I was very discouraged.
I didn't feel any different,
but slowly it started hap-
pening and lo and behold
after about three months I
felt like a million dollars.
"I continued my _ studies
through the years and fi-
nally opened my own
natural food restaurant and
health food store (Healthy
Jones) because I wanted
some place I could enjoy eat-
ing and shopping in. When I
was sick it would have
meant a lot to me to have
someone help me under-
stand all the new things I
was learning."
GOLDEN MUSH-
ROOM on 10 Mile and
Southfield, now has a Media
Wall across from the tele-
phones in the lower lobby
. . This first attracts at-
tentions with the very spe-
cial neon and antique mic-
rophone sign that says ON
THE AIR" . . .
13eTciw it, radio and televi-
sion stations are hanging
special pictures that are
first art and second, carry
their logo or call letters.

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NOW SERVING A
COMPLETE DELI MENU
11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Choice Cocktails

RIRSHAW INN

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

851-6400

Carry Outs
Available

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MON., WED., THURS. & FRI. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
SUN. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-
Closed Tuesdays
SAT. 9 a.m. to 12 Mid.

DEL91(• 9

WESTAU

W. 10 MILE RD., 1 blk. E. of Evergreen

352-7060

A FULL SERVICE DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT
WITH OUR _FAMOUS BAGELS AVAILABLE

Rib CIDARS

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Chef's Specials

Served Mon. Thru Sat. Nights

41 ores dr
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NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

Or

BROILED FLORIDA 4'6.

'RED SNAPPER

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SAVO;
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

Live Entertainment & Dancing
Monday Thru Saturday
353-511V
23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

RED LITE

BAR-B-Q

33480 W. 1 MILE JUST WEST OF FARMINGTON RD. 2

IN 1 MILE-FARMINGTON CENTER • LIVONIA • NW CORNER

478-8555

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INCLUDES
I TWO WHOLE SLABS, $1 195 1 ! ONE WHOLE SLAB,
$ 1395
POT., GARLIC TOAST,
II POT, GARLIC TOAST,
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Ex. 11-30-80 1
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• SPECIAL POTATO SKINS • THIN HOME-MADE ONION RINGS
• CHICKEN • DEEP DISH PIZZA • STEAK HOAGIE
• BAKED HADDOCK • CONEY ISLAND HOT DOGS

HOURS:

a.m.

SUN., TUES. & WED. 5 p.m. to 10 a.m., THURS. 5 p.m. to 12 Mid.
FRI. 5 p.m. to 4 a.m., SAT. 6 p.m. to 4 a.m.

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