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May 08, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Group Rates &
Performances Available

Performances:
Friday & Saturday

Lower Level Somerset Mall

Reservations

SPECIALS MAY 8 THRU MAY 15

SOFT
SALAMI

FREE

1 /4

Bulk

$

With Purchase Of
One Dozen Or More
Bagels

2 5

lb.

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DINNER SPECIALS — 5 p.m. to Closing

STUFFED CABBAGE OR
SHORT RIBS OF BEEF OR
TURKEY

Includes:
Salad, Pot. 1 Vag.

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$399

Senior Citizens Early Bird Discount 3 to 5 Mon.-Fri.
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(Continued from Page 36)
you think this is true?
Yes, because most people
we hear about and read
about have to be extremely
conscious of their looks, fig-
ures and need a lot of energy
to keep up with their killer
schedules and have taken
the time to find out what is
best for them.
I read about DMSL all
the time. What do you
think about it?
I really don't know. It has
been hailed as a wonder
drug, but no one seems to
understand just how the
compound works. I talk to a
lot of people who swear by it,
but it's very, controversial
and at this time, I don't have
enough knowledge myself
to pass on anything definite
to you.
It enters the body through
the skin and is said to re-
duce inflammation and re-
lieve pain. I've talked to
people with severe arthritis,
who say it's a Godsend. I'm
sure it will be a much talked
about drug in the coming
year.
What is Ginseng?
It is said that Ginseng is a
stimulant of both mental
and physical energy. The
Chinese have been using it
for nearly 5,000 years and
still revere it as a preven-
tive and a cure-all. Its repu-
ted benefits include cures
for impotence, high and low
blood pressure, anemia, ar-
thritis, indigestion, insom-
nia, fatigue, hypoglycemia,
poor circulation and more.
Miracles aside, Ginseng
does help you assimilate
vitamins and minerals by
acting as an endocrine
gland stimulant. Cary
Grant has been using it for
years, and look at him. I
love it too.
Have you ever heard of
a singer-actress named
Naura Hayden who
changed her life around
with nutrition and vita-
mins?
Yes. In fact, I've met her
several times, since
whenever in town she comes
to Healthy Jones for lunch.

DSO Concerts
This-Weekend

Antal Dorati, music di-
rector of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will make
his farewell appearance on
the podium in concerts 8:30
p.m. today and Saturday.
The program will feature
Stravinsky's "The Rite of
Spring" and Schubert's
Ninth Symphony.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auditorium box
office, 962-5524.

Film Finalist

NEW YORK (JTA) —
"The Return: A Hasidic Ex-
perience," a documentary
focusing on the growing
number of American Jews
who in their search for
meaning and identity have
adopted a traditional Has-
sidic way of life, has been
cited as a finalist in the
American ,Film Festival of
1981.

Everything

She is a high-energy person
and all from eating cor-
rectly and taking vitamin
supplements.
She has written a great
book called "Everything
You've Always Wanted to
Know About Energy But
Were Too Weak to Ask."
It's informative, interesting
and entertaining and I
recommend it. She did it
against overwhelming odds.
LEONID SHAYKET,
kung fu master . . . 1 1/2 years
here from Russia . . . will be
Joan Wittenberg's radio
guest on "Hot Line To
Health" . . . this Monday,
noon to 1 p.m. on WCAR
(1090).

Friday, May 17'1981 31

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ALEXANDER'S
Fine Food

(Formerly Dimitri's)

13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

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542-4414

BREAKFAST — LUNCH — DINNER
Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
OPEN 7 DAYS Mon. Thru
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
SPECIAL LO-CAL MENU & WEIGHT WATCHERS FROSTED TREAT
WE HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES AROUND!

BREAKFAST

LUNCHES
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DINNERS

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MOTHER'S DAY
DINNER

12:00-8:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 10
$895

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OP Civic Chorus
Will Entertain

The Oak Park Civic
Chorus will present its 13th
annual spring concert 8
p.m. May 17 at the Oak
Park High School au-
ditorium.
The chorus will offer a
program of popular tunes,
show tunes, spirituals and
sacred music.
Solos will be rendered by
Irene Pianin, Sylvia Hal-
liburton, Pearl Kaplan,
Marion Bates, Mimi Sum-
mers, Max Miller, Eugene
Slobin and Louis Kolnick.
Richard Chafetz will pre-
sent a violin solo. There is
an admission charge. The
public is invited.

Choose
From
Print& Rib, New
York Strip, Fillets,
Swordfish,
Stuffed Flounder and
Fried Shrimp. Each Dinner
Includes Baked Potato,
Salad, Hot Rolls and Coffee.
(Children's Menu Available)
30325 W. 6 MILE ROAD (WEST OF MIDDLEBELT)
LIVONIA, MItHIGAN
PH. 261-3600

Your Hosts: Johnny.8( Pete Ginopolis

Of
Farmington Hills

Singing Star

PAM
MARTIN
and her trio

STARTING
WED., MAY 20

APPEARING WED. THRU SAT. 9 to 2

With Songs of Today and Yesterday
For Listening & Dancing

Also Enjoy The Famous

Ginopolis'
10 Oz. Ground Round

and

Other Favorites

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