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October 25, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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26—Friday, October 25, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING
P ST

A LOCAL MOTHER IN-
TERESTED IN our recent

THE LATEST AND NEWEST
IN FASHION SHOWS.
ENJOY LUNCH & SHOW

WED. & FRI. at 1 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS FEATURED

EVERY DAY

DINNER SERVED 7 DAYS A
WEEK from 5 p.m. to Midnight
DANCING 7 NIGHTS

rarommim

ATHENS SOUVLAKI

RESTAURANT

NOW OPEN IN HARVARD ROW
11 MILE & LAHSER
356-6463

GREEK SPECIALTIES

SOUVLAKI (sliced lamb on home-made pita bread,
with home-made yogurt, tomato and onion.
• Souviaki Platter
• Moussaka
• Shish Kabob
• Pastitsio
• Spanakotyropita
• Tyropita

OUR FAMOUS GREEK SALAD
HOME-MADE GREEK _PASTRIES

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ANY SIZE PARTY

CARRY-OUT -SERVICE
AVAILABLE

OPEN 7 DAYS 10 a.m. to 9

NOW OPEN 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.

SUNDAYS THRU THURSDAYS

24 HOURS ON FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS

FRIDAY SPECIAL ALL DAY

FRESH FISH & CHIPS
SAT. & SUN.

BRUNCH SPECIALS

No.

7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

1 2 eggs, hashed brown potatoes, 3 sau-
sages, toast, orange juice
s11 75
and coffee

No. 2 French toast, 3 sausages,

$175

No. 3 2 eggs, hotcakes,

994

coffee

coffee

Every Day, 7 a.m. to 1 1 a.m.

FREE ORANGE JUICE

WITH ALL BREAKFAST ORDERS!

NEW LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
DAILY FROM 11 • a.m. to 9 p.m.

NEW CHILDREN'S MENU

SPECIAL GROUP PRICES

From 20 Persons up

PRIVATE FACILITIES AVAILABLE

LANDMARK
RESTAURANT

25900 GREENFIELD at Lincoln

N THE GREEN-LINCOLN BLDG. OAK PAR

968-1150

mention of the probability
that Social, Inc. will be re-
organized for those young
people with no place t ) meet
others, has made a discov-
ery . . . The need is great,
she learned, but' a reluctance
by many she contacted exists
at becoming part of the or-
ganizing arm . . Few are
not "too busy" to attend af-
fairs that would be given .. .
Much of the attitude taken
was, 'ILet's see what you've
got to offer." . . . Too bad,
but no deterrent we hope for
those wishing an organiza-
tion can 'be formed in which
they can be shown how to
grab hold of the reins and
call shots for good-time get-
togethers . . . Those inter-
ested, please write this col-
umn . . . All names will re-
ceive anonymity unless other- .
wise specified.
TERRY GLADSTONE
brought a football to Sinai
Hospital . . not to throw
passes or anything like that
• . • Just wanted to know if
he could put it in the crib of
his first son, Bradley Steven,
born to wife Janet .. They
also have a 3-year-old daugh-
ter, Sari Beth, who wanted a
baby brother • . . until she
was told about now having
one ... Then little Sari Beth
didn't want him brought
home!

GET WELL WISHES . . .
to Golda Hartz (Murray)
home recuperating from sur-
gery at Providence Hospital
. . . to Abe Zitomer at New
Grace Hospital.
BEST BET Of The Week-
end . . . Infants Service
Group's "A Night In Las
Vegas" dinner-dance, this
Sunday, at Latin Quarter .. •
with Hal Gordon and orches-
tra.

OAK PARK CITY Coun-
cil's decision to make this
Monday at 7:30 p.m. its first
public' forum meeting doesn't
mean replacement of the
council meetings the first
and third Mondays of each
month . . It'll serve as a
quarterly get-together where
citizens can come and dis
cuss any city-related matter
with the council members
. . . They'll be informed with
no agenda established prior
to the gathering . . . Initia-
tion of the public forum is by
Oak Park's first council wo-
man, Charlotte Rothstein .. .
Sounds like a very good idea
to let citizens air their views.
48 YEARS AGO, a handful
of pharmacists and their
wives formed the Aesculap-
ian Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion and Ladies Auxiliary
. . . Today, a membership
of 185 again celebi. ates its
annual charity dinner-dance,
Nov. 6, at the Raleigh House
. . . with funds raised for
their ,many charitable pro-
jects, including medicine to
those in need . . Chairmen
are Helen Biller (Harold),
557-7563, and Ed Rothenberg,

356-7829.

18211 JOHN R

TRAYS
$2 4°

869-5674

543-6073

VINCENZO'S

Danny Raskin's

Italian-American Cuisine

&et 6 Si 7 Mile Rds

per pers.

ED'S MINI DELI

NOW FEATURING

WHEN HE WAS 9 years
old, Sidney Stutz was given
a table hockey set for Han-
uka by parents, Kerry and
Al Stutz • . . and has been
an advocate ever since . . .
Now 16 years later, he heads
the local group which Sid
formed and is part of a nat-
ional organization putting on
its third annual World Table
Hockey Tournament, Nov. 9
and 10, at the Hotel Shelby
, • . The tourney is open to
all, both singles and doubles,
with $2,200 in prize money
being given . . . Anyone in-
terested, regardless of age,
call Sid at 871-7500.
INVITE IS OUT to a public
hanging .. . by Channel 56
that is, of some best art
available in this area .
It's set for Nov. 24 and 25
from 5 p.m: to midnight .. .
with celebrity auctioneers
describing hundreds of items
donated by local artists, gal-
leries and collectors . . . and
home lookers-on bidding
away.
FESTIVITIES BEGIN at
5 p.m. for the annual Steam
Nite by Knights of Pythias,
Detroit Lodge 55, Nov. 4,
Darby's Stanley Steamer in
Oak Park • . For tickets
call Ben Bolton, EL 6-8125
. . Nominations for 1975
K of P 55 officers is Nov.
26, with elections on Dec. 13.

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and STEAK DIANE FLAMED AT YOUR TABLE

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"r; 111A

• Businessmeit's Luncheons
• Complete or Ala Carte Dinners
• Epicurean Delights
• After-Theater Specialties
and Unusual Desserts

Cocktails and Exotic Drinks

COMPLETE FAMILY
DINNERS

MON. THRU THURS., 1130-10:30 P.M.
FRI. AND SAT.
11:30-12:30 A.M.
3 PA. to 10 P.M..
SUNDAYS

In The ORCHARD MALL
ORCHARD LAKE N. of MAPLE (15)

West Bloomfield

III

WE'RE MUCH MORE THAN
AN ORIENTAL RESTAURANT!

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The BEST in FINE FOOD and •
SERVICE at REASONABLE PRICES
BRING THE FAMILY!

* SEAFOOD.
* STEAKS
* TANTALIZING
CHICKEN
* COCKTAILS
* PARTY
CATERING





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Os

at
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and Delicatessen Products
Hours,
Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
-
Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER

Thank You

FOR YOUR WONDERFUL RECEPTION
TO OUR RECENT OPENING IN THE
NORTHWEST AREA

We Owe Our Success...

TO YOU

THE FOLLOWERS OF OUR RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN
FOR OVER 20 YEARS . . AND THOSE
WHO HAVE TRIED US FOR THE
FIRST TIME.

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