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July 18, 1986 - Image 55

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-18

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DINNER THEATRE AT

Deli Unicipe
067-3999

BNAI BRITH

HYATT REGENCY C.) DEARBORN

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductiong

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.

present S

the romantic-comedy

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER invites guests to its
meeting on Wednesday at noon
at Sutton Place Club House,
23275 Riverside Dr. Luncheon
will be served at a nominal
charge. Evelyn Berger, vice
president of program, announces
Marilyn Mitchell, clinical nurse
at Sinai Hospital, will speak on
"Stress." Eleanor Fine,
president, suggests reservations
can be made by calling Rose
Pogats, 967-4068; or Jean Katz,
559-4174.

FAMILY ITALIAN DINING & PIZZA

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The Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies, a
non-profit agency created to fos-
ter greater understanding be-
tween Christians and Jews, is
celebrating its fourth birthday
by conducting a new member-
ship drive.
The institute, directed by the
Rev. James. R. Lyons,
encourages dialogue among
youth groups, clergy and reli-
gious groups.
It serves as an educational re-
source center for the study of
Christian-Jewish dialogue,
sponsors a speakers bureau,
ecumenical study tours to Israel
and Europe, and reaches youth
through discussion seminars and
retreats.
The Institute houses a re-
source library at its headquar-
ters in the North Congrega-
tional Church, 26275 North-
western Highway, in Southfield,
which is open to scholars and
others interested in Jewish-
Christian studies.
For information about the in-
stitute and its current member-
ship drive contact the office,
353-2434.

By: Bernard Slade

Group Rates & Performances Available
Friday & Saturday Show 9:00 PM

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4033 W. 12 MILE, 3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
548-3650
Berkley

PIZZA RIBS—FISH
HOMEMADE GARLIC BREAD

QUARE PIZZA
SMALL OR LARGE

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'1' OFF

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OUND PIZZA
SMALL MED LARGE'

ON FOOD PURCHASES
OF $6 OR MORE

"THE CLUB"

2ND FLOOR

A MODEL HOTEL

4 the

roman
terrace M

21822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 12 MILE

on. to T -lautr s 1 11 1
:32 1a2mM i d .
Fri. &

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DINNER SPECIALS FOR JULY

Boneless breast of chicken stuffed with
Westphalia ham & Swiss cheese, sauteed to a
golden turn & topped with poulette sauce .

BANQUETS
BAR MITZVAH
WEDDINGS
MEETINGS
RECEPTIONS
*

c.N. NE WLY ,
i REMODELED
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ROOMS
FOR YOUR
GUESTS!

DINING WITH DISTINCTION

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ENTREES
CHICKEN CORDON BLEAU

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R UMPELSTILTSKIN will be
presented for children on Tues-
day and July 29 at 7:30 p.m. at
the main Jewish Community
Center.
The plays are produced by Dr.
Sue A. Martin and the art direc-
tor is Henry K. Martin, of the
Children's Entertainment Com-
pany.
There is an admission charge.
> For information, call the Cen-
ter's cultural arts department,
661-1000, ext. 351.

Tenants Association
To Hold Meeting

The Southfield Tenants Asso-
ciation (STA) will hold a meet-
ing at 7 p.m., July 30 at the
Parks and Recreation Building,
Southfield Civic Center, 26000
Evergreen.
Discussion will center on
rents and the accomplishments
of the STA to date. The public is
invited. Refreshments will be
served. There is no charge.

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KOSHER
CATERING
AVAILABLE!

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• Visit the New Quest Dancery

$.1 3 5 0

BEEF TENDERLOIN &
GIANT PRAWN KABOBS

69 5

Grilled tenderloin & prawns served with rice
Romanoff & topped with an island sauce

SEAFOOD FETTUCCINE VERDE

Tender scallops, shrimp & clams, sauteed in a
delightful white cheese & Vermouth sauce,
served with homemade fettuccine
Above entrees include: Tossed Garden Salad
with Chef's Garnish, Bread & Butter

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT,

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$1495

• CACHE . Dining with a Flair!
• HEATED POOL . SAUNA
RESERVATIONS: 355-2929
ENTERTAIN WITII STYLE

RAMADA HOTEL

28225 Telegraph Rd. (lost S. of 12 Mlle Rd.) In Southlield

IRVING'S



DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT

IN LA MIRAGE MALL

29555 NORTHWESTERN HYW. BET. 12 & 13 MILE

CLAMBAKE

CREAM CHEESE &
CHIVES OMELETTE

mouth-watering East Coast specialties
prepared by our skillful chefs

Shrimp • Crab Legs • Clams • Mussels
Oysters • Clam Chowder

Barbecued Chicken & Ribs
■ 1111111M ■ 11.1111
And

19 95

Additional lobster
or New York Strip . . . $5.00
per
person

BAGEL, ROLL $1
OR TOAST

9 8

GOOD ALL DAY

STUFFED WHOLE

$4 6 8

CORNISH HEN

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, YEG.
AND BREAD BASKET

HOMEMADE
RICE PUDDING
OR JELLO

FREE DESSERT

7ouPoRil

Offer Good With Coupon

Redskin potatoes, corn-on-the-cob,
a delicious variety of salads,
fresh fruits & assorted cheeses.

Only $

LOX, EGGS &
ONIONS

DINNER SPECIAL—JULY 18 THRU JULY 24

Wednesdays — 6 PM to 10 PM

A live Maine Lobster
Plus, all you can eat:

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Tues.-Sun. til 11 a.m.

7 8

BAGEL, ROLL
OR- TOAST

352 3840

BREAKFAST SPECIAL ANYDAY

BREAKFAST SPECIAL—JULY 18-JULY 24

Tues.-Sat. til 11 a.m.

Children's Play
At The Center

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REMODELS!

Expires Aug. 31, 1986

• BEER • WINE
• BANQUET ROOMS
COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT
• COCKTAILS


Lift

Reservations: 593-1234

DINING ROOM, CARRY-OUT

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Institute Conducts
Membership Drive

SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR

Offer Good With Coupon

FREE

BUY ONE OF OUR 60 SALADS
GET SECOND SALAD FREE!

Equal Or Lesser Value

Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
• Eat In or Carry-Out • 1 Coupon Per

10% OFF

Call 642-1373 for reservations:
30100 Telegraph Road (N. of 12 Mile)

Person

Expires
JN
B-6-86

SENIOR CITIZENS

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