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October 05, 1973 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-05

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26—Friday, October 5, 1973

Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt Coming
to City of Hope Dinner-Dance Nov. 4

THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEVI

YEE'S PALACE

dinner-dance Nov. 4 at Ral-
eigh House.
Together, they have made
three best-selling albums of
music by Jerome Kern, Sig-
mund Romberg and Rudolph
Frirnl. Wrightson and Hunt
appear frequently on tele-
vision and have played most
top night spots throughout the
country.
Movie star Elke Sommer is
scheduled to be this year's
NEIGHBORHOOD
Hollywood celebrity w it h
Americana Complex I, H, III greetings from the City of
of
9
Mile
Greenfield Rd., N.
Hope.
358-1414
358-3920
The annual Detroit Busi-
Wed. MATINEES ALL
nessmen's
G r o u p dinner-
THEATERS-1 Show only
dance, which will honor Nor-
at 1:15—$1
man Allan as "Man of the
AMERICANA I
Year," is chaired by Dr. Rob-
"JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR" ert Moss, with Morris Suk-
enic, general c h a . i r m an.
AMERICANA II
Charles Canvasser is presi-
Disney's World Acclaimed Classic
dent.

Earl Wrightson and Lois
Hunt will headline the enter-
tainment at the Detroit Bus-
inessmen's Group, City of
Hope, 61st annual champagne

CHINESE-AMERICAN LUNCH AND DINNER MENUS

Complete Carry Out Service

CATERING TO PARTIES

MOVIE
GUIDE

BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE

Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Fri. and Sat., 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sunday 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

3720 ROCHESTER RD.

689_7744

Just North of Big Beaver (16 ,4) Troy
(In The Troy-Wood Shopping Center)

ONION ROLL DELI

What were Dr. Funk and the Black
Widow doing with a Samoan Fog Cutter?
What set them free? Come to exotic
Trader Vic's and find out for yourself.

Detroit Hilton,Washington Blvd. at
Grand Circus Park, (313)965-7800

302
N. Woodward

4

To All Our
Friends and Customers

/MAWS

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"WALKING TALL" (R)

BERKLEY

12 Mile-Cooltdge
LI 2-0330
Open 6:45 p.m.
Fri.-Sat. The Number One
Best Story
"Day of the Jackal" rated PG at
7:00 and 9:25
Sunday it opens at 1:30.
"Day of the Jackal"
1:45, 4:10, 6:40 and 9:05
Childrens Matinee Sat.

CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE
355-2440

DELICIOUS

FOODS

:

"Ready for the Tables"

15511 JAMES COUZENS

864-3633 or 963-5594

After 5, call 861-4332

To ca rds

LET US PROVIDE YOU WITH

VISIT OUR EARLY AMERICAN DINING ROOM

EASTERN SEABOARD NIGHT
EVERY FRIDAY

Serving Complete Dinners 12
Noon to 10 p.m. Featuring
Many Seafood Favorites, in-
cluding: Novo Soctio Salo,
Filet of Sole, Pan Fried Pickerel
and Carribean Grouper.

LOUISIANA SPECIAL
EVERY SATURDAY,

Complete Dinners 12 Noon to
10 p.m. Featuring Beef Ribs
Diablo and Chicken Carr--

bean Style.

OLD AMERICAN FAMILY DINNER DAY

VI

EV4 0, 1

St4°

Featvrina Foods From
Early American Heritagie Recipes

CemP4ete Dinner.

1 P.m..fo 9

All Dinners Include Docoro's Special Dessert Buffet

• DINNERS
• BOX LUNCHES
• BOX DINNERS

• PARTY TRAYS
• COCKTAIL HORS D'OEVRES
• BUFFETS

m

ALL TRAYS & BOXES DISPOSABLE
WE DO COMPLETE CATERING FOR

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
• BANQUETS

• POOLSIDE PARTIES
• TENNIS PARTIES
• ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.

AND ALL OCCASION HOME PARTY
ARRANGEMENTS. 1 HOUR DELIVERY WITHIN
THE HOME FOR PARTIES 10 OR MORE.
1 DAY NOTICE ON OUR DELIGHTFUL DINNERS

WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN COMPLETE PARTY PLANNING

Tnteh

Best Wishes
For A
Healthy, Happy la ilm
and Prosperous lag

1121v

NEW
YEAR

Little

C aesars

Gets Under Way at
Institute of Arts

The Detroit Institute of
Arts Youtheatre opens its
1973-74 season this weekend
with two "chamber con-
certs" performed by the Rod
Rodgers Dance Company.
Special grants from the
National Endowment for the
Arts and the Michigan Coun-
cil for the Arts make pos-
sible Rodgers' week - long
stay in Detroit, performing
for area schools Monday
through Friday and the gen-
eral public on Saturday.
Peabody Award - winning
puppeteer Martin Stevens
will open the Youtheatre
puppet season Oct. 13 with
performances at 11 a.m. and
2 p.m. of his show, "The
Toy maker."
The original script of "The
Toymaker" formed the basis
for the 1959 film, "The Blue
Fairy," acclaimed as one of
the season's top television
specials.
New York's Prince St.
Players will present a musi-
cal adaptation of "Alice in
Wonderland" Oct. 20 at 11
a.m. and 2 p.m.
The Youtheatre Magic
Carpet Coach Service now
serves five suburban loca-
tions. A ticket will purchase
both bus transportation and
theater admission.
For information and bro-
chure, call the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts ticket office,
832-2730.

Junior Wings Game
a Special for Kids

Pennant Day at Olympia.
Stadium will take place 12:30
p.m. Saturday when the De-
troit Junior Wings play the
Buffalo Tondos.
All youngsters age 14 and
under who attend with a
fully paid children's ticket
will receive a free Junior
Wing Pennant in exchange
for a ticket stub.
Tickets can be purchased
at Olympia.

Enrollment to Close

Harry Jubas, educational
director of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel, announced t ha t
registration for the Sunday
morning and weekday classes
in the synagogue's religious
school will close for the cur-
rent semester Sunday. For
information, call the syna-
gogue office, 851-6880.

In dreams we are true
poets; we create the persons
of the drama . . . and we
listen with surprise to what
they say. — Ralph Waldo
Emerson.

Juicy B-13-0 Ribs
Tender Tasty Chicken
Tangy Pizza
Assorted Seafood

DINNER , SNACKS, 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 .

Detroit Youtheatre

Joe Don Baker—
Elizabeth Hartman

INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY

BE A GUEST AT
YOUR NEXT PARTY!

it

"FANTASIA"

AMERICANA III

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New Year
Greetings

544

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When Was The Last Time
You Paid Us A Visit?

DID YOU KNOW THAT .

• •

1. We serve complete dinners,

including our famous salad

- bar, for as low as $5.85?

You can enjoy a choice of

2.

cocktails in our "Mushroom

Cellar," the most uniquely

designed lounge in Michigan?

3.

All our French pastries are

4.

We feature a large after-

baked on the premises?

theater menu until 11 p.m.,

Mon.-Fri. and 12 Midnight

on Sat.?

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

CORNER OF SOUTHFIELD RD.

358-1336

DAILY HOURS
MON.-FRI. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
SAT. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
Closed Sundays

Tues., Oct. 23 thru Sun., Nov. 4 *
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STADIUM

SYNDICATE INC

895-7000

ATTENTION!!!!

SYNAGOGUE YOUTH GROUPS
— SCOUTS

OF ALL AFFILIATIONS

"SALUTE TO YOUTH"

APPLICATION FORMS AVAILABLE AT

OLYMPIA

SPECIAL DISCOUNT
PERFORMANCES

FOR GROUP ARRANGEMENTS

CALL DONNA MARTIN 895-7000

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