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September 04, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

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PALACE

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ANNOUNCES IT'S NEWEST LOCATION IN

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BUY 1 ENTREE and get
2nd ENTREE for 1/2 OFF

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INTRODUCTORY OFFER
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good at both locations • with coupon • not valid with any other offers and specials

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Piccadilly Hours: M,T,W,Sat. 11:30 - 6:00; Th, F 11:30 - 9:00; CLOSED SUN.

41871 Garfield Rd
Mt. Clemens

355 S. Woodward

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Birmingham

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(Express Service)

540-7750

Also In Piccadilly
HUMPHREY Yogurt
QUARTON MARKET
(coming soon) Honey Tree

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(Fine Dining)

263-0050

American Red Cross

Blood Services Southeastern Michigan Region

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15% OFF

TOTAL BILL

CARRY-OUTS IN ANY QUANTITY FOR ALL OCCASIONS

BROASTED OR BAR-B-Q CHICKEN • RIBS • SHRIMP

THAT'S WHAT WE DO BEST!
L 1118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE, NEXT TO ZOO • 544-1211

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THANK YOU FOR HELPING MAKE OUR 61ST ANNIVERSARY SUCH
A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS! BECAUSE OF YOUR GREAT SUPPORT,'
WE ARE CONTINUING OUR FANTASTIC, UNBELIEVABLE OFFER!

COMPLETE DINNERS
ALL DAY, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

2 FOR

GOOD 7 DAYS
A WEEK!

YOUR CHOICES OF ANY COMPLETE DINNER!











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FRESH BROILED WHITEFISH
FREH PICKEREL
ORANGE ROUGHY
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
FRESH ROASTED TURKEY
CHICKEN PARMESAN
VEAL PARMESAN
VEAL CUTLETS
BAR-B-Q RIBS

COCKTAILS, BEER AND
WINE

OUR REGULAR HOURS ARE:
MON.-THURS. 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m
SUN. 8 a.m.-10 p.m.











BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q RIBS & SHRIMP
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN & SHRIMP
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
CHOPPED SIRLOIN MUSHROOM SAUCE
SHISH KEBOB
LIVER & ONIONS OR BACON
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.

COMPLETE DINNERS

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FOR TWO!

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE . •
SOUP OR SALAD (TOSSED OR GREEK), POTATO (YOUR CHOICE)
OR SPAGHETTI, DESSERT (STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE, ICE
CREAM, RICE PUDDING OR JELLO), BREAD BASKET
(INCL. STICKS) AND BEVERAGE (COFFEE OR HOT TEA)

NO COUPON NECESSARY!

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OPEN 7 DAYS — SUN.-THURS. 11.10, FRI.-SAT. 11.11

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FAMILY SPECIAL

FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1987

this Sunday (lawn seating on-
ly, $13.50) . . . Both are 8 p.m.
DOROTHY BACON is
now sales manager for
Mackinac Hotel and Con-
ference Center, open May to
October . . . Sales offices are
open all year long on Nor-
thwestern Hwy. . . . Dorothy
was formerly with Hampton
Inn.
HE'S LEONARD Loew-
enst:in to his friends . . . but
when at the mike singing
songs like I Had The Craziest
Dream,
it's Lenny
Dangerfield.
HOLIDAY INN of Farm-
ington Hills, 10 Mile and
Grand River, hosts a Benet-
ton's preview of fall and
winter fashions, Sept. 30 to
benefit Michigan Cancer
Foundation in its research,
prevention and cancer care
programs.
Cocktails and buffet begin
at 7 p.m., with the fashion
preview following . . . $50 per
person tickets can be gotten
by calling MCF, 833-0710.
RAMBLING THROUGH
YESTERYEARS•. Dou-
ble-dip ice cream cones at
most any drug store or candy
store . . . at any time . . . and
within walking distance .. .
Chicken Poulette at Darbys
on Seven Mile . . . Street cars
on Clairmount and on Wood-
ward . . . Playing tippy in the
alley . . . Delivering Sunday
papers on Saturday night
from the corner of Gladstone
and 12th . . . The Bagel on
Woodward and Vernor, where
you not only went to eat .. .
but to see the show biz people
who always came there.
Tom's Tavern on W. Seven
Mile Rd. where you thought
one leg was shorter than the
other because of the slanted
walls . . . And being there one
day when Tom decided to go
to the horse races . . . gave
keys to a customer . . . and
walked out telling the sur-
prised gent that he was the
new boss . . . until Tom came
back.
Club Frontenac, The Jail,
Sportree Show Bar, Cozy Cor-
ner, Ninth Hole, Club B & C,
Chocolate Bar, Club Alabam,
Studio Club, Little Sam's Bar,
Club Zombie, Melody Club,
Forest Club, Commodore
Club, Club Plantation, Three
Trees, Roxy Show Bar,
Chanceller Lounge in the
Barium Hotel, Club Zanzibar,
Uncle Tom's Plantation own-
ed by Jack Johnson, former
world's heavyweight champ,
Rosedale Show Bar.
Palm Beach Club, Vern's
Show Bar, Crestwood Lounge,
Montecello Ballroom,
Hollywood Ballroom, Trianon
Ballroom, Casino Palais de
Dance at old Belle Isle,
Como's Dancing Academy

over the Graystone, Copeland
Theater, Castle Theater, Club
Congo, Rosebud, Ninth Hole
Frog's Club, Herby's Black
Cat, The Musician's Club,
Black Bess' after-hours spot,
Bobby's Chicken Shack,
Magnus Clark's Bar-B-Q, Lit-
tle Sam's Bar, 12 Horsemen
Club, Lee's Sensation Club,
Bluebird Inn, Brown's Bar,
Buffalo's.
Falcon Show Bar, Club
Villa "D", Melody Club, Villa
Venice, Atomic Bar, San
Diego Club, George's
Delicatessen, Michigan
Palace, Social Inc., Bill's
Hideaway and Bill's Nor-
thern, The Losers, Apartment
Lounge, Angel's Hourglass,
Sammy Lieberman's Avalon
and Blaine restaurants, those
foot-long hot dogs at Ted's,
Friday night dinners at
mom's, Yom Kippur night
dances.
SINAI HOSPITAL Car-
diac Dept. gives info about
fish oil preventing heart
disease . . . studies have sug-
gested that fish oil lowers
cholesterol and other blood
fats . . . It has also been
shown to make blood
platelets less "sticky," which
may prevent blood clots and
con
ronary artery disease.
"In another study," wrote
Laura Dunn of the Knight-
Ridder Newspapers, heart pa-
tients taking fish-oil sup-
plements showed reduced
blood pressure.
"The studies largely were
inspired by the low rate of
heart disease among Eskimos
and other ethnic groups that
consume large quantities of
fish. Such studies may be one
reason Americans have
significantly increased their
consumption of fish in recent
years!'
In complete essence, the in-
formative article would seem
to impress that experts advise
fish dinners, not oil capsules.
WRAP FROZEN FOODS
in half a dozen sheets of
newspaper to keep them
frozen quite a while outside
the freezer.

•I ENTERTAINMENT 1'

Youth League
Plans Meeting

North Farmington-West
Bloomfield Baseball and Soft-
ball for Youth (NFWB), a non-
profit organization, providing
a complete baseball and soft-
ball program for over 1,200
young persons, will hold its
annual meeting Sept. 15 at 8
p.m. in the cafeteria of North
Farmington High School.
The meeting will provide a
report of the 1987 regular and
tournament seasons.

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