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November 07, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 November 7, 1975

THE SUSSEX 11101INIE

Come Join Us In Our
2nd Anniversar Celebration

Panov Ballet Concert Nears

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.

• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

FREE

559-3377

• COMPLETE DINNERS

Fashion Show Every Wed.-Mandy's Boutique
Don Lessnau at the piano
Thurs, Fri. & Sat. Evening

FAMOUS GOURMET SPECIALTIES

• EGG ROLL • BOWL OF WON TON OR EGG DROP SOUP
• ICE CREAM OR ALMOND COOKIES (Dining Room Only)

RIKSHAW INN

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250



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

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6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. 8 MAPLE (15)

IN THE ORCHARD MALL

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BENNY'S l'iJia)

221 10 COOLIDGE AT 9 Mile

DURING NOVEMBER
WITH ALL ORDERS OF OUR

COMPLETE FAMILY DINING
FOR EVERYBODY

IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

I 399-4440 ,

All-You
Can-Eat Salad Bar
Carry-Outs Available

ORDERS NOW TAKEN
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRAYS

OUR TRAYS INCLUDE: CORNED BEEF, PAS-
TRAMI, PEPPER BEEF, TURKEY, SALAMI OR
TONGUE, CHOPPED LIVER, POTATO SALAD,
COLE SLAW, BREAD, MUSTARD, PICKLES &
RELISHES.

Regular $3.50

$

851-6400

Per Pers.
2 98

CUSTOM-MADE TRAYS WITH YOUR SELECTION
OF ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

FREE
DELIVERY
TO YOUR HOME OR OFFICE

DAIRY TRAYS ALSO AVAILABLE

DINNERS

Valery and Galina Panov, former members of the Len-
ingrad Kirov Ballet who won a long battle against the Soviet
Union to emigrate, will appear 8:30 p.m. Nov. 25 and 26 at
Masonic Auditorium. While in Detroit, a stop on their
United States and Canada tour, the Panovs will perform
two duets written by Panov: "The Lady and the Hooligan,"
to music by Shostakovich, and "Albinoni Adagio," seen only
on Nov. 25. The couple also will perform excerpts from sev-
eral romantic ballets by August Bournonville and contem-
porary ballets. Tickets are on sale at Masonic Auditorium.

Concert Is Due
at OP Library

A program of violin and
piano music will be pre-
sented 9 p.m. Wednesday at
the Oak Park Library. Fe-
dora Horowitz, concert
pianist, and Emily Austin,
violinist with the Detroit
Symphony, will perform.
The program includes
Largo Cantabile for violin
and piano, by Veracini, Son-
ata Op. 94 in D Major for
violin and piano by Proko-
fieff, and Pictures at an
Exhibition by Moussorgsky.
The concert is sponsored
by the Friends of the Oak
Park Library. The public is
invited, and there is no
charge.

YOUR BUCK
BUYS MORE
AT STEAK E4






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SUNDAY 1 p.m. TO 2 a.m.
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JAKKS

Restaurant and Lounge

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IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER
546-1224

WILL BE
CLOSED

BEEF
BURGERS
CHICKEN
FISH FRY

UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE

Open Daily
11 AM-9 PM

• Low Prices

• No Tipping

DUE TO
ACCIDENT

Antique Show Due
at New Roma Hall

Stouffer's has played h t to guests like you
for fifty years now. when we throw a
party, we really know h w to make it perfect.
And that makes thin a lot easier for you.
And, a lot more fun. Whether you're having a
breakfast meeting or a birthday. For a
group of 20 or a gang of 300. We'll give you
and facilities.
the best in service, f
So be a guest at your ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nand Day, at 356-0652.

tOu er's

NORTHLAND STAURANT
21100 Northwes ern Highway
356-0 52

from $1.00
from $3.75

LUNCHEONS

Schaupeter Promotions
will hold its first antique
and collectables show Sat-
urday and Sunday at the
new Roma Hall in Bloom-
field Hills.
Items to be displayed in-
clude plants, miniatures,
furnitures, jewelry, china,
primatives, dolls, prints,
antique toys and post cards.
Hours are 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Saturday, and 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Sunday. There is a
nominal charge, and chil-
dren under 12 will be admit-
ted free.

Stained Glass
Exhibit Slated

Habatat Galleries, 1820
Telegraph, Dearborn, will
have a display of stained
glass and slide programs on
"Stained Glass as a Modern
Art Form" beginning Satur-
day.
Among the artists who
will exhibit their work are
Vera Sattler, Richard
Marks and Chuck Wright.
For information, call the
galleries, 274-1220.

'25025 Telegraph Rd.
at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

WATCH FOR
ANNOUNCEMENT
OF REOPENING

1050 Ann Arbor Rd.
(at Harvey St.) 2 Blks.
E. of Sheldon Rd., Plymouth

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SPECIAL

FREE DELIVERY ON

ALL ORDERS . .. $15 Min.

• Troy
• Oak Park
• Farmington Hills

• West Bloomfield

• Franklin
• Farmington

• Southfield

• Birmingham

• Etc.

CORNED BEEF STILL $3.50 LB.

* Hot Dogs
* Homemade Soups
* Cole Slaw

* Salami
* Knishes
* Sandwiches .

* All Delicatessen Meats
* Pot. Salad
* Latkes
* Etc.
* Trays

Cade Otttottpee

NOSHERIE

LINCOLN CENTER

OAK PARK

Daily Hours: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Mon. thru Thurs.
Fri., 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., Sat., 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sun., 7 a.m. to 12 Mid.

Delicatessen Restaurant

968-8666

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