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February 01, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-01

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Arts Council Show On Until Sunday

Finished
Shopping?
Relax with Us

The Southfield Art Show,
sponsored by the Southfield
Arts Council, will be held
through Sunday at the Tel-12
M all.
When registration was
closed Jan. 15, 115 artists
had entered the show repre-
senting 24 communities in the
Detroit metropolitan area.
Each artist has been limited
to the entry of three works
which must be original and
have been done within the
past year.
The show will exhibit paint-
ings in oil and acrylics,
stoneware pottery, fabrics,
graphics, metal scultpure,
sculpture crochet, photog-
raphy, drawings, water color,

DOWNTOWN ..iLANTI, MICH.

Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank

GIVE YOURSELF A REST AND
A PICK-UP AFTER SHOPPING.
JOIN THE GIRLS FOR A
RELAXED LUNCHEON HERE!

menean

ontinental Dunn

DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS
482-8200
483-8201
or Resv. Call

DeBusschere Set
to Meet Old Team

JOIN US FOR THE OPENING

of the

NEW PROSPERITY

Singing Instrumental & Dance Group
Direct from Lake Tahoe
TUESDAY, FEB. 5th — 8 P.M.

All Drinks at Reduced Prices

No Cover for That Evening Only

Dancing

JOHNNY "ELVIS" SPENCE
Thru February 2

DIRTY HELEN'S *

Downstairs at The Leland House
962-2300
CASS AT BAGLEY

to,

4
'45:41‘00

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Former Detroit Piston
Dave DeBusschere of the
New York Knicks will con-
front his former teammates
for the last time 7:35 p.m.
today at Cobo Hall.
DeBusschere, who plans to
retire at the end of the sea-
son. will be honored in a
special half-time ceremony.
A scholarship in his name
will be presented to the Uni-
versity of Detroit, to be
awarded to a Detroit high
school student who has dis-
tinguished himself athletical-
ly and scholastically.
The final Pistons' give-
away night will be held
March 1 when youngsters
age 16 and under will receive
a free T-shirt with the pur-
chase of a reserved seat
ticket for the Pistons-Seattle
SuperSonics game.

Catch our
Sunday Dinner Special.

It's a sit-down dinner feast that begins with chilled tomato juice. Followed
by Roast Leg of Lamb au jus, mint sauce, our special salad, choice of vegetable,
freshly baked hot bread and beverage. All for just $4.95. And kids with
minds of their own choose from a big menu of their own. At children's prices.

The best-of-everything
Sunday brunch.

We bedeck our buffet with everything you'd ever want for breakfast or lunch.
And even a few surprises that make you glad you're hungry. Come as you
are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for under-twelves.
From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

It takes
50 years to throw a party.

Don't let anybody practice on your party. Throw your party our way and
get the finest facilities, food, drink and service. And we'll throw in 50 years
of hosting experience. At no extra cost. Get your ball rolling by calling
our party planner, Karen Smoots, at 357-4700.

Coach G Four

mixed media, silk screen and
plastic resin.
Out of the $1,550 in prize
money, $600 will be used to
purchase art chosen by the
judges to be given to the
city of Southfield. This will
add to the permanent collec-
tion begun in 1972, on display
in the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter.
Judges are Wallace
Mitchell, president of Cran-
brook Academy of Art, and
John Peterson, director of
Cranbrook Academy of Art
Museum.

Pirate to Appear
at Local Toy Stores

Characters from the Olym-
pia Stadium production of
"Peter Pan" will appear 11
a.m. Saturday at Circus
World in the Northland
Shopping Center, and 1:30
p.m. Saturday at Circus
World store in the Tel-12
Mall. The visitors will in-
clude Capt. Hook, Wendy
and the Never Never Land
Lion.
By purchasing tickets at
the two toy stores, the pub-
lic will be able to pay a re-
duced admission for the
"Peter Pan" shows Thurs-
day and Friday at Olympia.
Ticket stubs also are good
for $1 off the purchase price
of any toy at both Circus
World stores.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, February 1, 1974-23

ox wind s

the hunt ends here.

BANQUET FACILITIES

BRIDAL SHOWERS • PARTIES
BAR MITZVAS

"THE HUNT ROOM"

GROUPS 40 TO 100

1560 N. WOODWARD AVE.

AT LONG LAKE RD.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI.

644-4800

DINING and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE

FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE

Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.
COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY

LENNIE

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

1008 N. WOODWARD

RANDALL

AT 111/2 MILE RD.

Royal Oak

"The Voice"

543 2626

at the
Piano Bar

-

It's a
family
affair...

"Peter Pan" featuring
gymnast, Cathy Rigby, opens
Wednesday at Olympia and
will continue through Feb.
17. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m.,
weeknights; 10:30 a.m., 3
I and 7:30 p.m., Saturdays;
and 2 and 6:30 p.m. Sun-
days.

Tickets are available at
Olympia, Grinnell's, Sears
and Hudson's. Children age
14 and under will be admit-
ted at half price.

Sunday at Laffreyt.

All those phone requests to open

on Sundays. So now we will be,

Magen David Adorn
Movie Wins Award

From 4 to 9 p.m.

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
International Film Festival
selected the Israeli film,
"The Team," a documentary
sound and color film on Ma-
gen David Adom, Israel's
Red Cross Service, for its
1973 Silver Award. Filmed on
location in Israel, the film
describes the agency's his-
tory, development and activ-
ities. The film is available
on a free loan offer from the
New York office of American
Red Magen David for Israel.

Bring the whole family in for

those famously delectable meals

you've enjoyed before. And a

special Children's Menu, too.

Special on Pancakes

STEAKS
0
ON THE HEARTH
7 Mile at Telegraph Rd.

111111111111111111111111

Uncle John's Pane a k e
Houses and Family Restau-
rants, in honor of their record
pancake eater who devoured
72 pancakes in one afternoon
sitting, have designated
Wednesdays a s Buttermilk
Pancake Day, with a special
all-you-can-eat price of 79
cents.

,

Do yourself a favor and call
538-4688 for reservations.

VALENTINE'S DAY

IS NOT THAT FAR AWAY

MAKE PLANS NOW.

Treat your special
girl to an excellent

dinner.

Later enjoy an after-
dinner drink down-
stairs in our unique
Mushroom Cellar
cocktail lounge.

t011fir:5

NORTHLAND INN

21000 Northwestern Hwy. / 357-4700

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

Corner Southfield Road

358-1336

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