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June 15, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-15

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Syme to Have
Symphony Solo

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
0-
Friday, June 15, 1973-23

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

hotel Poi)tchortroin

POST

The outstanding
haute cuisine restaurant
Detroit's award winning

,

Jr,

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s\ - 3
L yi

MURRAY HARTZ at Jo-
seph Frenkel Co., taking an
order over the phone, was
asked to buy a hook of
tickets to a Bnai David
raffle . . Murray told the
customer to mail the book
and he would send him a
check Instead of mailing

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offers the finest in
gourmet dining.

Don't forget the

crop Of UK:Porta-It

where the action is.

Reservations Recommenced

965-0200

TWO WASHINGTON BOULEVARD •

oErRorr

TED VATSIS OF STAFFORD RESTAURANTS

Invites You

To . . .

THE NEW FAMILY RESTAURANT BY

KONEE'S

Open 7
Days A Week
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner

Complete
Carry-Out

COMPLETE MENU
INCLUDES

We Cater
To Parties

STEAKS — LASAGNA
SHISH KABOB—SEAFOOD
ETC.

DOWNTOWN

Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank

4a3-8200
483-8201

After a long day — relax one] entoy a

Choose
dinner!
completely delicious
from a big tempting menu of steaks,
chops and seafood. Generous cocktails!

C atering

DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M

4

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OUR ORIMAL

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pROPAPI \ * lender Tasty Chicken

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BE A. COEST AT
YOUR NEXT PARTY',

DINNER, SNACK' S, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES

25226 GREENFIELD RD.

In The Greenfield Center
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
Oak Park

544

1240

Ito

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NTRODUCTORY OFFER

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SUMMERTIME IS HERE!

5()c per pint OFF ON MIR FAMOUS

FRESH FRUIT SALAD

WE ONLY USE FRESH FRUIT!

• STRAWBERRIES
* PEACHES
* CANTALOUPE

COUPON GOOD
71-1ROUGH JUNE 2't

* PEARS
• WATERMELON
• GRAKFRUIT

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• HONEYDEW
0 ORANGES

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ONLY

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ADAM'S
RIB

TALIAN-AMERICANtAFE
• Lunches • Dinners
• Cocktails
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

0 Closed Sundays *ATTENDANT PARKING
17630 WOODWARD

4 Blks. No.

f 6 Mile Rd
ammossior

SIL

869-39U

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

• CARRY OUT * DELIVERY

• DINING ROOM

O Pizza . * Bar B 0 Ribs
* Spaghetti * Chicken
* Shrimp
* Ravioli
* Lasagna * Sea Food Platter
NOM MON. thru THURS. 4 so 12 Mid.
SAT. 3:30-2 a.m. SUN. 3-12 Mid.
FRI.

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4033 W. 12 NilLE

548-3650

Just E. of Greenfield

544-1240

Berkley

*

*

*

CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE
355-2440a

THE ADVANCE
NOSHERIE CAFETERIA

LARCO'S

5 57-8060

I lag r

IN THE ADVANCE BUILDING
23077 Greenfield, Corner of 9 Mile Rd., Southfield

OWNED AND OPERATED BY RONNIE FORMAN

4 P IMIN

COMPLETE CATERING FROM 25 TO 12

PRIVATE FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR







VINCENZO'S

334-4727

Y. PSILANT!, MICH.

We Howe Mcior Credit Cards

the check, could he come •
over and get. it? . . . Murray
took cash out of the register,
marked it as a charitable
donation and put Joe Fren-
kers name on the ticket
FOR PARTIES
stubs . . . He got a call that
Joe had won his choice r' a
color TV or $300 in cash . .
When Murray told him about
it, Joe said, "I didn't buy
any tickets" . . . and donated
the color TV to Borman Hall
of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
SINCE OUR ITEM last
week regarding a donated

piano needing to be picked
up for the Lahser Hills Nur-
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
sing Home . . . it turns out
Deliciously Prepared for the
that two pianos. two book-
Discerning Taste
• BANQUET FACILITIES
cases and four sewing ma-
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
chines have been offered ...
7573 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
but not picked up . .. Seems
odd that this couldn't have
been posted on the home's
bulletin board for visitors to
see and volunteer . . . Good
Italian-American Cuisine
thing there are people around
like Bernice and Charlie
18211 JOHN R,
Robinson, who answered the
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
column's call for help on the
869-5674
baby grand piano so des-
perately needed by the home.
TWO FOR ONE
DR. ROBERT DREWS tells
PRIME RIB DINNERS
about the fellow who had a
MON. & TUES. NITE
distinct fear of telephones
CHICKEN DINNERS
ALL YOU CAN EAT
. . . when they rang, he just
WEDNESDAY $ 250

wouldn't answer . . . But Dr.
NITE
per person
Drews' psychiatrist friend
DANCING
took care of that . . . After
MON. THRU SAT.
considerable analysis, the
LENNIE SCHICK
man was cured . . . Now he
QUARTET
answers the phone whether
ANGEL'S
it rings or not.
HOUR GLASS
MEMBERS OF THE -Jew-
18800 W. McNICHOLS
6 Blocks West of Southfield
ish community have a big
538-4850
hard in the active workings
of SOCK (Save Our Commu-
nity Through Kindness) en-
dorsed by New Detroit . . .
"THE VOICE" IS BACK
Lou Handler has been elect-
EVENINGS!
ed president of the group
TRICIA LYNN & COMPANY
. . . with founders Manny
COCKTAIL HOUR, 3:30-7:30
Segal and Al Foon co-chair- • Businessmen's Luncheons
men . . . SOCK works with • Dinners• After-Theater Menu
the deprived and minority
YOUR HOSTS
children within the inner city
Iry Sacks &
. . . and is behind the Tot 'n
Sam Gilbert
Teen Week proclaimed by
irringiatn
J numumr
Mayor Roman Gribbs start-
18452
ing Aug. 13 . . . Plans are
ft.
81 ► . S of 1 144e
tiltSUS 1 WOODWARD
in the works for a telethon,
368-1520
with Maurice "Bud" Lezell.
chairman, and Lou Levitan,
co-chairman.
THE STORY IS MAKING
the rounds among parents
FRESH
with college-age kids — but
FISH
rit,t all of them are sure it's
FLOWN
a joke . . . The mother of a
recently married daughter
IN
met a friend, who asked about
DAILY
the newlyweds . . "Oh,
_

they're so happy!" exclaimed
Now Appearing Tues.-Sat.
the mother. "They just got
7:30 to Closing
back from a month in Ber-
VIVIAN SCOTT
muda and they're 'moving into
At The Piano
a new apartment. She's get-
Unusual & Exotic Seafood,
ting new furniture for it and
as soon as they're settled,
Polynesian Food & Cocktails
they're buying a car." . . .
BANQUETS, PARTIES
"My," said the friend, "your
ALL OCCASIONS
son-in-law certainly must be
doing well." . . "Yes, he
Telegraph & Long Lake Rd.
(Formerly Devon Gables)
is," said the mother. "He's
645-5050
getting straight As."

.41

2150 Woodward, (or. Square Lake Rd. K,,,„= ;h°€.0,„,
Featuring AUTHENTIC GREEK SALADS
1c===x

OUR OWN PASTRI!S
BAKED ON THE PREMISES

Pianist David Syme will
perform Liszt's Concerto No.
1 in E Flat as soloist with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
8 p.m. Thursday at the State
Fair Grounds. There is no
charge.
Syme, who is a student of
Jorge Bolet and formerly
studied locally with Mischa
Kottler and Julius Chajes,
will have his New York debut
in February at Lincoln Cen-
ter.
The son of Rabbi and Mrs.
M. Robert Syme, the pianist
has received critical praise
in a number of newspapers
across the country.

LEONARD RANDALL

3f-







STAGS
SHOWERS
AFTER-THEATER PARTIES
BAR MITZVA RECEPTIONS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS







L dp`

BAS MITZVA RECEPTIONS
SALES MEETINGS
BOWLING BANQUETS
REUNIONS
ANNIVERSARY PARTIES

CAFETERIA HOURS 7 A.M.-5 P.M. MON. THRU FRI, .
DAILY SPECIALS FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH
COMPLETE DELICATESSEN MENU — FULL CARRY-OUT
COMPLETE TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
NO AFFILIATION WITH ANY OTHER RESTAURANT

NOW OPEN

AH WOK

SPECIALIZING IN CANTONESE
AND MANDARIN CUISINE
UNIQUE DISHES DIRECT FROM
NEW YORK

HOURS:
Mon. thru Thurs
11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
11 to 12 midni
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m

41563 W. 10 MILE (In The Novi Plaza)

349-926

NOVI, MICH.

Dinner Theatre
at the Elmwood

Buffet Dinner plus
Full-length Broadway !Musical

MONDAY,'JUNE 18 thru JULY 28

PORT ci MIRE

With Outstanding New York Cast

Ticket
prices:

Price

Fri. &

Sat.
$9.50

Mon.—Thurs. Matinees Wed. &

Sat.

$6.50

$8.50

includes buffet dinner, tax, the performance, dancing.

Ticket* fos. .01 performsnoss on sat. now *t the Elmwood box alb*
ts,m. to midnight. 144t1it *Mats handled promptly. Endo,* distst OF,
money ocaffr, choice of date(*) and soffi*Odresold onifs

Doors open 6 p.m. Dinner service 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. Curtain time
8:45 p.m. Matinee luncheon Wednesday and Saturday noon to
1:30 p.m., with show starting at 2 p.m.

Cocktails at popular prices

Special attention to parties and banquets. Choice of menus.

W I)

Dougall Road. Windsor
Detroit Phone 965-6876

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