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April 04, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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26 Friday, April 4, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TRAYS

5

2t,

person

Includes: 6 Meats, Potato
Salad, Cole Slaw, Relishes
and Our Own Home-Baked
Bread.

We Use Vienna-
Wilno Products

FREE
DELIVERY
1399-4440

Moadon Ivri, the Jewish
Community Center-spon-
sored Hebrew Club, will
hear Joshua Joyrich speak
on "Shlomo Ibn Gabirol"
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the 10
Mile branch of the Jewish
Center. The talk will be
completely in Hebrew.
Guests are welcome:

Itoliry.n-American Cuisine

DELICATESSEN

18211 JOHN R

Coolidge at 9 Mile

Bet 6 a. 7 Mile Rds

869-5674

in the Oak Park Center

ac ree

Family-rated shows will
dominate the forthcoming.
Olympia Stadium season,
announced -Lincoln Cavali-
ers, stadium general man-
ager.
Beginning in September,
the schedule will include
The Ringling Brothers
Barnum and Baily Circus,
Sept. 30-Oct. 12; The Royal
Lipizzan Stallions, Nov.
21-23; Shipstads and John-
son Ice Follies, Nov. 25-Dec.
7; Olga Korbut and the Rus-
sian Gymnastic Team, Dec.
14; the Harlem Globetrot-
ters, Dec. 28; and the Ice Ca-
pades, March 9-16.
(The Globetrotters will
appear 2 and 8 p.m. April 12
at Olympia.) -

VINCENZO'S

SABRA

nib°

Olympia Tells 76 Events

Hebrew Culture
Club Will Meet

ay res er

*AD ..4,416
-41118,-4

You Hosts At the

RID CEDARS

f3

4,11

TRY OUR
FAMOUS

Invite You For Fine

Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

Song Stylings By

JOSE ROIJAS


635091

RACK OF
LAMB

ALA MAISON

TUES. THRU SAT.

PRIVATE BANQUET
ROOMS

Rock and hockey fans
also will have opportuni-
ties to hear big-name rock
performers and see major
National Hockey League
games.

Olympia also offers din-
ner-show rates for groups
and individuals which in-
clude dining in the Olympia
Room and choice show
seats.
Cavalieri reported that
more than 100,000 persons
attended the recent eight-
day run of the Ice Capades
at Olympia, marking the

LATE EVENING
MENU-

From 15 to 125

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

•i

353-5170

TI
PP

Get On The Right Track!

largest attendance figure of
any ice show in Olympia's
history. -
Discount prices for many
shows are available for
youth and senior citizen or-
ganizations and other
groups through the Olympia
Group sales office. To be
included in the mailing list,
or for information, call
Olympia, 895-7000.

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RESTAURANT

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

DESSERT FANTASIES . . . ALSO CREAM
PASTRIES GALORE — BAKED FRESH
DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY!

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & H Mile

Meadow Brook
Theatre Marks
10th Anniversary

William Shakespeare's "A
Midsummer Night's
Dream" will open Meadow
Brook Theatre's 10th anni-
versary season in October.
Other plays scheduled for
presentation during the
10th anniversary observance
are "Witness for the Prose-
cution," by Agatha Christie;
George Bernard Shaw ' s
"Arms and the Man"; "The
Little Foxes," by Lillian
Hellman; "Relatively Speak-
ing," Alan Ayckbourn
"Under Milkwood," Dylan
Thomas; and "Born Yester-
day," by Garson Kanin.
For information, call the
Meadow Brook Music Festi-
val and theatre office,
377-3300.

amous "BIG" Tyme Sandwiches

SIL

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

• DINING ROOM

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY






Pizza
Spaghetti
Ravioli
Lasagna

e
• Bar B Q Ribs
• Chicken
• Shrimp
• Sea Food Platter

HOURS: MON. tiwii THURS. 4 to 12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT. 3:30-2 a.m. SUN. 3-12 Mid.

4033 W. 12 MILE

Just E. of Greenfield

Berkley

BEER
a WINE

Dining Room or to Tali. OsIt

548-3650

PRIVATE
BANQUET
FACILITIES

•••

THE HOME OF BABY SPARE

RIBS SINCE 1941

999 W. HURON

PONTIAC, MICHIGAN

1 BLOCK W, OF TELEGRAPH 3 Blocks. S. of Pontiac Mall

681-2161

JOHN HUMPHRIES

COCKTAILS BEING SERVED

JAPANESE TEPPAN STEAK HOUSE

Most Chinese restaurants
offer only one style of cooking.
We specialize in three.

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

16825 MIDDLEBELT

Just South of 6 Mile

Mandarin•Cantones•Szechuen

427-3170

-

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. Oust East of Evergreen)

Niumpre
d s 5.50 c&

559-3377

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Complete Dinners

I— OPEN MON. - SAT. FROM 11:30 A.M.

..‘1\VD. %Tues. & Thurs.11 am-10 pm

41563

WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI

Fri. & Sat. 11 am-midnight
Sunday — noon to 10 pm
Luncheon —11 am-3 pm
Closed Mondays.

1

- BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275



• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

• ....1■1111■ • 4111•••■■••

"NOMIIIIMMEM

at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)

DINNER FOR TWO

CHOOSE FROM ANY ONE OF THESE
DOUBLE ENTRES

• BEEF A LA DEUTSCH • FILET OF SOLE
• VEAL SCALLOPINI • BARBEQUE RIB_S
• CHICKEN WITH DUMPLINGS

FASHION SHOW EVERY WED.— MARGO'S BOUTIQUE

Three Happy Hours:
Cocktails served for
HALF-PRICE on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
$from 4-7 pm

1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection

EVERY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY

•- •

rillE SUSSEX HOUSE

*" TUES. AND THURS. 5-9 PM
ALL YOU CAN EAT

.iittirels &dile

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Closed Mondays

New York Style Chinese ►

BUFFET

Norm 4:LePage's

Featuring Food Prepared Before You
• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Complete Dinners

WHILE DINING YOU'LL ALSO ENJOY

BOB POSCH

No Cover—No Minimum

Passbook Coupons Not Applicable on Above Specials

RTh

NOSHERIE
1$3

75

HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D'OEUVRES

P57; person

minimum

brought To you In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For

Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the elegant
Chambertin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.
Banquet-party rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —
Gus Kokas
Restaurateur

The Chambertin
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn,
Dearborn — 278-6900

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
RAMEALS,
ORDE
ciaD ALOT s ' fAKEN c HC:1 1 2 RY HOT
• ALL SIMCHAS

r)
Cente
26052 GREENFIELD (Lincoln hopping
AND

FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

9688666

21 GREAT SANDWICHES!
GREAT SOUP & CHILI !
I CARRY-OUT & TRAYS AVAILABLE

Open Mon. thru Thurs., 1 I a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Sun., 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

PICKLE BARREL

24752 SOUTHFIELD RD. at 10 Mile

+ i s



+ • dr,I41.,,r,

557-2360

$Q95

DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR JUICE, OUR SALAD BAR, HOME-MADE
BREAD & ROLLS AND COFFEE, TEA OR MILK



Earle Mostyn's

1

RESERVATIONS
SUGGESTED

624-6660

EAuberge presents
Seafood Sunday!

That's this and every Sunday—a unique Seafood
Buffet to round out your weekend. You start
with our unusual appetizer buffet that's loaded
with steaming chowder, glazed salmon, shrimps
in the shell and other delicious treats. Then on to
the Fresh Salad Bar for your choice of a tempting
salad that you make yourself. And then, the
crowning touch—platters and chafing dishes
filled with baked fish, french fried fish, filet
•de sole. shrimp and other items from the ocean's
larder thdt defy description. It's something you
won't want to miss, all at only $7.95 per person.
And you can heighten all those glorious flavors
with fine wines from our exclusive cellars. This
Sunday, from 5:30 until 9 PM. Call us now for
reservations, won't you? 643-7474.

Somerset Inn, Big Beaver
Road, east of Coolidge,
Troy, Michigan 48084

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