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August 25, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
TWO GREAT TRADITIONS!

J

Continued from preceding page

AO"N

(inside Jacques)

Ask About Our
Excellent Catering
Facilities
For All Occasions

"LET'S MEET AT JOVAN"

Before and After
The Theater

Business Lunches

The perfect place to make
business an enjoyable experience

Elegant Dinners

Continental cuisine, fine wines, beautiful
atmosphere and wonderful service . . . the
choice ingredients for a gracious evening
Reservations Accepted

642-3131

Complete Catering

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

Friday 'til Midnight
Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

Reservations accepted

• Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings
• Anniversai-ies
• Showers
• Bat Mitzvahs • Birthdays
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL
OUTDOOR ATRIUM

Call DONNA ROSEN

STEVE

642-8890

642-0055

30100 Telegraph in Bingham Farms Office Plaza, Bet. 12 & 13

NEW! NEW! NEW! NEW! NEW!

DETROIT BAGEL'S FAMOUS
TUESDAY NITE SPECIALS NOW INCLUDE

NATURAL SHAPED
SKINLESS

TURKEY BREAST

WORLD FAMOUS

ACME
NOVA LOX Better!)

$349 lb. minimum
1 lb.

I EXCEPT OAK PARK STORE

99 lb. minimum
1/2 lb.

Plain • Salt
15 for. • Oni
TUESDAY NITE 175
on 'Egg
• Garlic
Doz. $2°°
BAGEL SPECIAL

DETROIT BAGEL FACTORIES

• 7 MILE & MIDDLEBELT • 14 MILE U ORCHARD LAKE • SQUARE LAKE &
WOODWARD • 6 MILE & GROESBECK • 10 MILE & COOLIDGE (BAGELS ONLY)

Main Office: 641-9188

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE
WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
THREE DINNERS

WE, ONLY USE
VEGETABLE OIL IN
ALL OUR COOKING,
INCLUDING FRIED
FOODS

, FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

NO MSG ON REQUEST

FREE DINNER

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569.5527

FREE OFFER GOOD ONLY AT SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

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Visit Our Farmington Hills Restaurant, M Mile & Northwestern, 851.7400

76 FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1989

vation . . . American Red
Cross will be at the Ritz-
Carlton from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
EVERY SUNDAY for
about 17 years, Beryle
Walters has been among a
group of men who get
together to lose weight . . . At
9 a.m. at the corner of 11 Mile
and Evergreen, 20 to 30 gents
gather to swap stories, tell
jokes and learn about weight
loss and themselves . . . Doc-
tors, bus drivers; engineers,
scientists, artists, attorneys
. . . all with the same goal .. .
to lose weight . . . Weight
Watchers has special program
for men and boys . . . with the
years developing friendships
and bonds as members lose
weight and keep it off .. .
They meet an hour before
class at 8 a.m. for a- short
three-mile walk . . . More info
by calling Beryle, 559-6100.

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52 Weeks a Year.

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subscription to

THE

JEWISH NEWS!

HARTZ

photocopied this info and put
in on everyone's desk at The
Jewish News . . . "Many fast
food. meals are high in
calories, fat and sodium.
However, if you are cautious,
you can still get lots of-
nutrients. This includes
removing greasy breadings
and skin, ordering small ser-
vings and avoiding calorie-
laden sauces. When in doubt,
head for the salad bar, but
stay away from bacon bits,
croutons, fried noodles and
creamy salad dressing. In
general, a teaspoon of fat
equals five grams."
The amount of calories, fat
and sodium in many of the
fast foods on the chart Steve
passed around is enough to
make almost anyone say
goodbye to them.
Source of Steve's info is
"Eating Smart Fast-Food
Guide," put out by the Center
for Science in the Public In-
terest (CSPI) in Washington,
D.C.
TOP HAT in Windsor
opened more than 30 years
ago . . . and has grown with
the generations of people,
habits and styles.
In the 1950s, night clubs
ruled the evenings, non-stop
shows of local and varied ar-
tists weaved a tapestry across
the Top Hat Stage.
The 1960s rolled around
and so did the big names,
from Thresa Brewer to Rich
Little, Irish Rovers, etc. .. .
Evenings at the Ibp Hat were
accompanied by top-notch
stage performers.
When the 1970s came, food
was in . . . quantity, quality
and fine wines were choice
topics around many tables.
In the 1980s, lifestyle paces
picked up; the nights out are
now a planned series of events
. . . each moment trying to

surpass the previous in novel-
ty and enjoyment.
As Top Hat celebrates its
30-year Pearl anniversary,
owner Mike Drakich can
reflect on those days of
change and growth that have
kept it at the forefront of the
dining club industry.

VIDEO CRITIQUES .. .

by Mike Dembs . . . The
Burbs . . . "Remember how
great Tom Hanks was in Big?
Why on earth did he pick The
Burbs as his follow up? This
was a pain to sit through.
There's nothing worse than a
comedy with no laughs except
a sewer backing up in your
basement. On second
thought, I'd almost rather
clean my basement than see
this genuinely unfunny
movie." . . . Police Academy
Six . . . "This was my first
assignment as film critic for
the Free Press. When I told
the theater manager this he
laughed and wished me luck.
Let's face it, if you don't know
what's in these movies by now
then you deserve 50 lashes
with a wet noodle. Inoffensive
but dull beyond belief?' .. .
Land Before Time . . . "From
the makers of An American
Tale come an epic dinosaur
movie. Virtually the same
plot as Tale (baby loses
parents and then must make
a magical journey 'to find
them) but loaded with
adorable characters and sen-
timental scenes. Parents
should enjoy this as much as
their kids?' . . . The Naked
Gun . . . "One of the 10 best
films of 1988. More chicanery
from the Airplane pilots
Zucker, Abrams and Zucker.
Taken from the failed T.V.
series "Police Squad" (a per-
sonal fave), Leslie Nielsen is
again Frank Drebbin, the in-
ept policeman who must now
solve an assassination at-
tempt on the Queen of
England. Filled with puns
and double entendres, this is
a non-stop hilarity."
ATTIC THEATRE on
West Grand Boulevard tried
something different last night
in first of It's A Really Big
Show that runs through
tomorrow evening . . . "Pay
What You Can" night had
people dropping in for a few
acts or staying the evening
. . . with contributions based
on what they could give .. .
Ibnight and tomorrow, tickets
are $12 in advance and $15 at
the door to see Robert Gross-
man, Sheri Nichols, Barbara
Bredius, Josh White- Jr.
(Saturday only), Jonathan
Round, comedians from
Chaplin's, Contemporary In-
sanity (Improv. comedy
group), Mike Braden and
more . . . plus outdoor cafe
and cash bar.

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