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August 03, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-03

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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

ENTERTAINMENT

American Heart Association

Restaurant

Klezmorim
At Temple Beth El

"The best hot dog, by far,
I'd had in ages."
Molly Abraham
Detroit Free Press

6263 Orchard Lake Rd.
North of Maple
West Bloomfield
855-2800

CHOLESTERHOLICS EAT
LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW

Chicago Style Hot Dogs • Salad Bar
Char-grilled Burgers & Chicken
Cheddar-Chili Fries, Sandwiches, Etc,

Cholesterholics love rich, fatty foods. They can't seem to get
through a day without lots of meat dripping in gravy. Cream
always goes into their coffee. One sweet dessert leads to
another. But the fact is, these foods can increase the level of
cholesterol in the blood which can lead to heart disease.

But there's a way to help yourself. By cutting down on the fatty
-foods in your diet, you could reduce your blood cholesterol
level and perhaps reduce your chance of heart disease.

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So if you think you might be a cholesterholic, contact your
American Heart Association for a diet good for life.

Food & Spirits

Fashionably

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EARLY DINNERS

Monday Thru Saturday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Entrees priced from

$S.75-$9.95

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4108 W. Maple • Birminaham. MI

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1 block W of Te:eoraoh



One of Metropolitan Detroit's
Most Beautiful and Exciting
Restaurant-Lounges

626.2630

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Live Entertainment and Dancing

CHEERS

RISTORANTE

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Excalibur Available For Your Favorite Occasion
Every Sunday (all day) and Saturday (12 to 5 p.m.)

ael ortina

Call 358-3355

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI

TA CUCINA CLASSICA L

OUR NEWLY ADDED EUROPEAN GARDEN ROOM
AVAILABLE FOR ... Weddings, Rehearsals, Showers,
Graduations, Etc.... Outside Catering Also Available
Party Consultation By Your Hosts, Rina & Adriano Tonon

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or

INTRODUCING OUR NEW

EARLY BIRD MENU

Reservations 474.3033
Fireside Room
Available
30715 W Ten Mile • Farm. Hills, MI

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2 FOR 1

PURCHASE ONE DINNER GET SECOND DINNER AT
NO CHARGE, EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY BRUNCH

11:30 a.m.















OFFER GOOD MON. THRU FRI.., 3 o.m. to 6 o.m.

to 3 p.m.

• SWEET TABLE
APPLE COBBLER. EYETEASING ARRAY
OF MINI PASTRIES. PEACH COBBLER. CHEESECAKE
COOKIES. CREAM PIES. TORTES.
VARIETY OF CAKES. PECAN PIE.



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EMBASSY

SUITES

HOTEL

Expires 8-10-90 JN

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POACHED NORWEGIAN SALMON WITH DICED RED ONIONS, CAPERS AND TOMATOES
NOVA LOX. TUNA SALAD DISPLAY AND SMOKED WHITEFISH
ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BAGELS (Salt. Egg. Onion. Plain) AND CREAM CHEESE.
COOKED TO ORDER OMELETTES FEATURING BROCCOLI. CHEDDAR & SWISS CHEESE.
ONIONS. GREEN & RED BELL PEPPERS. RIPE OLIVES. GARDEN TOMATOES & MUSHROOMS.
WAFFLE STATION: STRAWBERRY GLAZE. WHIPPED CREAM. BLUEBERRIES AND MAPLE SYRUP.
CARVING STATION FEATURING TOP ROUND OF BEEF AND ROAST TOM TURKEY.
DELUXE SALAD BAR INCLUDING PASTA SALAD. POTATO SALAD. COLESLAW. GARDEN SALAD,
ASSORTED DRESSINGS. GRATED CHEESE. TOMATOES. SWEET RED ONIONS. MUSHROOMS.
INTERNATIONAL CHEESE BOARD WITH SWISS CHEESE BOURSIN CHEESE, CHEDDAR CHEESE.
BRIE CHEESE.
FRESH SEASONAL FRUIT INCLUDING HONEYDEW. WATERMELON AND CANTALOPE.
CRUDITE DISPLAY: CRISP RELISHES AND DIP.

Open 7 Days ... Monday Thru Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Sunday 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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• GRAND BUFFET FEATURING 10 HOT ENTREES . INCLUDING
CHEESE BIJNEZES. FISH ENTREE. CHICKEN ENTREE
COUNTRY STYLE EGGS. SMOKED BACON. PORK SAUSAGE
HASH BROWNS VEGETABLE DU !OUR. STARCH DU 1OUR

$ 1 495 $ 89 5

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Authentic Mideastern Cuisine

12 6 Under
1

PRESENT THIS COUPON
AND RECEIVE

$200

OFF OUR SUNDAY BRUNCH

Expires 8-31.90
28100 Frank/1n Road off Beck Road and Northwestern Hwy, Southfield. Mich.

355.2050

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7295 Orchard Lake Road at Northwestern Hwy.
On The North Side of Robin's Nest Shopping Center
West Bloomfield
Reservations Accepted:
Major
737 0160 • ALL OCCASION CATERING • Credit Cards

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1990

Temple Beth El will
celebrate summer 4-7 p.m.
Aug. 12 with a Concert in the
Park, featuring The
Kleveland Klezmorim.
The concert will be held on
the grounds of the temple.
Concert-goers may bring a
picnic dinner and a blanket;
the temple will supply ice
cream.
The Kleveland Klezmorim
are a touring ensemble play-
ing Klezmer music with a
twist. The twist is their weav-
ing of the traditional sounds
of the klezmorim, the initia-
tion of the human voice in
- sadness and joy, with the con-
temporary sounds of jazz,
calypso, African and rock 'n'
roll. At one moment, the au-
dience hears the Jewish soul
in song; at the next they are
transported to the Caribbean,
New Orleans, or Harlem.
The six-year-old ensemble,
is comprised of Gregory L.
Selker, marimba; Richard W.
Uhler, clarinet; Bud Pickard,
violin; Bill Roth, drums; and
Martin Block, bass.
There is no charge.

Barbara Morse
Hosts Cable Show

Barbara Morse will host a
new cable talk show, "Com-
munity Views: which runs
throughout August.
Ms. Morse will be in-
dependently producing pro-
grams on channel 18 Con-
tinental Cablevision which
will air throughout the
Oakland County area.
Her first show has already
been submitted to the
Amateur Cable Producer's
Contest. It is entitled "Until
Death Do Us . . . Part" and is
a tragic recount of happen-
ings as Barbara and her late
husband, Joel, attended the
Michigan State Bar Conven-
tion in Cancun, Mexico. The
late Mr. Morse was invited as
a guest speaker and shortly
after his speech, suddenly fell
ill and died of a fatal heart
attack.
Guests on her panel discus-
sion include: Annette
Langwald, president of Elkin
Travel and Cruises Only;
David lbchner, director of Ira
Kaufman Funeral Chapel;
and Jean M. Hansen,
attorney.

In 638 CE the Moslem Arabs
conquered Jerusalem. The
Jews, who had been driven
from the city by the Byzan-
tine rulers 10 years before,
petitioned for the return of
200 families, but only 70
were allowed back.

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