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July 17, 1992 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-17

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Major Religions
Are Show Topic

Shaarey Zedek productions
will present a program
throughout July which is a
call for cooperation and
brotherhood among the four
great religions of the world:
Judaism, Catholicism, Pro-
testantism and Islam.
The program consists of
four speakers at an affair
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Greater
Detroit Round Table and an
interview with Ceil Kliger
Ruda, who initiated and put
together the event. The
speakers are: Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Archbishop Adam J.
Maida, Dr. William K. Quick
and Imam Muneer Fa•eed.
Following is the schedule of
the program on the cable
television stations. All pro-
grams can be checked out of
the Shaarey Zedek library.
Booth Communications:
Channel 11: 6 p.m. July 21,
28; 9:30 a.m. July 23, 30.
Continental Cable: Chan-
nel 18: 7:35 p.m. July 21, 28.
Met•ovision: Channel 12:
4:30 p.m. July 20,27.
United Artist Cable: Chan-
nel 52: 10:30 p.m. July 21, 28.

I
LOBSTER FESTIVAL

WISHING OUR CUSTOMERS &
FRIENDS A VERY HAPY NEW YEAR

7 DAYS A WEEK

11/2 LB. LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

COMPLE DINNER INCLUDES:
• SOUP OR PASTA
• SALAD
• POTATO OR VEGETABLE

• Veal • Flaming Desserts
Catering For All Occasions

Civic Theater
Premieres Comedy

The Ann Arbor Civic
Theatre's premiere presenta-
tion in its new 175-seat
theater will be Beth Henley's
comedy The Miss Firecracker
Contest July 9-19. Show times
are Thursdays through Satur-
days 8 p.m. and Sundays 2
p.m. The theater is located in
AACT's new Theatre Arts
Complex located at 2275
Platt Road, Ann Arbor.
For tickets and information,
cal 971-AACT. The Miss Fire-
cracker Contest is made possi-
ble with the support of the
Michigan Council for Arts
and Cultural Affairs.

S

That's right, for one-half hour only, 4:30 p.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, Southfield
Mountain Jack's is offering any entree for just
one-half the regular price!

Every member of your dining party can choose
our famous Prime Rib, a Classic or Specialty
Steak, or from our seafood and chicken
selections. As always, every entree is a complete
meal with soup, salad bar at your table, fresh
baked bread and your choice of potatoes or rice.

One-half hour for one-half price, it adds up to
one heck of a deal!

Offer good at our Southfield location only.

• Lunch Served Mon.-Fri. • Pastries Made On The Premises

935 W. 11 MILE, S.E. CORNER 11 & 1.75
Res: 399.5960
Chet Rocky Rohor
Your Hosts: Bruno Ferguson & Tim Kowalec

Offer not valid on holidays or with any other offer.
Offer available 7.20-92 to 8.27-92



Beau Jacks

Food & Spirits

DINTAIN
CK'Sp

MA

PRIME RIB • CHOICE STEAKS

26855 Greenfield Road • Southfield, 557 0570

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EARLY DINNERS
NOW 7 DAYS

TWO GREAT DINING NAMES

WITH ONE GOAL YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION

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

J.F.K. Assassination
Is Program Topic

John F. Kennedy researcher
Craig Crawford Ciccone will
be the speaker at West
Bloomfield Parks and Recrea-
tion's Senior Men's Breakfast
Club meeting 10:30 a.m. Ju-
ly 30. Mr. Ciccone is an
author and lecturer on the
Kennedy assassination.
The senior men's club meets
at the Holy Spirit Church on
Orchard Lake Road at Green
Road in West Bloomfield
Township.
Advance reservations are
necessary; call Parks and
Recreation, 334-5660. There
is a charge.

$16 95

Live Piano Entertainment Mon. Thru Sat.
Tableside Cooking at Dinners . . . • Steak Diane
• Caesar Salad • Seafood Fettucini • Fettucini

3 -
4

Entrees priced from

$5.75

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, MI • 1 blovk W. of Telegraph • 626-2630

Aliat

ONE OF
THE TRULY
GREAT RESTAURANTS
OF ALL TIME!
DINE AT A LEGEND!

Superb Northern Italian Cuisine

Mon.-Fri. 11-11; Sat. 4-12; Sun. 2-11

DANCING FRI. & SAT.
With The BILLY PRINCE TRIO

CALL FOR INFO ON "THE ALL NIGHT STRUT"
AND "FORBIDDEN BROADWAY"
DINNER PACKAGES
By Mario's & Gem Theatre
TICKETS FOR 2 & DINNER

C7-Ek66/S
CH012 1-10LTSE

$75

Plus carafe of wine
FRI. & SAT. EVES $85

Nationally known for Blue Ribbon Steaks & Chops
aged in our own coolers. Excellent seafood, prime
rib, etc. Serving daily from 11:30 a.m. Sun. from 2 p.m.

FAMILY DINING

Homemade From Natural Ingredients
Dania and Ed Farah Invite You To Enjoy
American and Lebanese Cuisine

2 FOR 1 SPECIALS

TO SENIOR CITIZENS
10 % DISCOUNT
FROM

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR BANQUETS OR PARTIES

No Shellfish or Tip Incl.

Ask for Mark or Vince

4222 Second Blvd. Bet
Willis & Canfield

CARL'S & GEM THEATRE PRESENT "ALL
NIGHT STRUT" AND "FORBIDDEN BROADWAY"
DINNER PACKAGES.
TICKETS FOR 2 & CARAFE OF WINE & DINNER $75

FRI. & SAT. NITES $85 Shellfish & tip not included
3026 Grand River on the Lodge X'way 833.0700

Valet Parking

832-

Ask For
Al, Bill or
Judy

1616

3 p.m. to CLOSING
(Not Good On 2 For 1 or Early Bird)

CARRY-OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE

27167 Greenfield, Just N. of 11 Mile

Open For
Lunch & Dinner
Serving

AUTHENTIC

Thoi Food
and
Cocktails

559-8222

Contemporary American Cuisine
Lunch 11 a.m.
Dinner 4 p.m.
Entertainment Tuesday Thru Saturday

Bangkok
Club

APPEARING TUES.-SAT.:

11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs. • 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fri. • 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sot.

OPEN SUNDAY 5 p.m. TO 10 p.m.

29269 Southfield Road north of 12 Mile
In The Southfield Commons

569-1400

INTRIGUE

Banquet Facilities
Available

TOP OF TROY BLDG. 755
Concourse W. Big Beaver at 1.75

362-1262

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