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November 28, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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November 28, I975

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOOK FOR YOUR NAME YOU MAY BE A WINNER

FIND YOUR NAME IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF ,
THIS ISSUE AND YOU ARE A WINNER. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY

"THE GOOD BOOK:
MONEYSAVING TWO FOR ONE PASSBOOK
, THIS BOOK CONTAINS HUNDREDS OF
COUPONS' FOR DINNERS, THEATRES,
SPORTS AND SHOW. THE GOOD BOOK

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'Ex-Detroiter Due
at Center Concert

YOUR BOCK
BUYS MORE
AT STEAK E4

Paul Olefsky, former cell-
ist with the Detroit and
Philadelphia. Symphony
Orchestras, and currently
professor of music at Texas
University, will appear with
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Auditorium.
Olefsky will perform
"Cello Concerto in D Major"
by Haydn, and "Cello Con-
certo in A Minor" by Sym-
phony conductor Julius
Chajes.
Additional features of the
concert will be the appear-
- ance of Joseph Goldman, as-
sistant concertmaster of the
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra, violinist Mischa Lef-
kowitz, cellist David Levine,
and harpsichordist David
Wilson, in "Concerto
Grosso" by Vivaldi.
Tickets are available at
the Center ticket office. For
information, contact the
Center, 341-4200.

BEEF
BURGERS
CHICKEN
FISH FRY



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/Open Daily .

11 AM-9 PM

• Low Prices
• No Tipping

25025 Telegraph Rd.

at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

1050 Ann Arbor Rd.

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

SIL

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY






Pizza -
Spaghetti
Ravioli
Lasagna

• bar B Q Ribs

• Chicken
• Shrimp
• Sea Food Platter,
Summer Hours: Mon-Thurs., 4to12 Mid.

Fri. & Sat. 3 to 2 a.m. Sea. 3 to 12

4033 W._12 MILE

Berkley

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48-3650

PRIVATE
BANQI.ET
FACILITIES

Just E. of Grosafi•ici

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• DINING ROOM

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Rose and
Irving Guttman
Invite You
To See Why

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TRY ROSES'S FAMOUS
PICKLED AND
GEFILTE FISH!

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

NG e we ete S 2716S

1 B GREENFIELD

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lk. N. of 11 Mil
Next To Groat Scott Mkt.

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559-1380

NOW AT IRVING'S! WORLD FAMOUS

TURF CHEESECAKE

NEW YORK'S FINEST • EAT IN OR TAKE OUT

OUR FAMOUS BREAKFAST

• Orange Juice
• 2 Eggs (any style) 994
• Roll or bagel
• Coffee or Tee

WE WILL BE CLOSED
THRU MON., DEC. 1
AND REOPEN TUES., DEC. 2

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NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR

HOLIDAY TRAYS

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Meat or
Dairy


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AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE "ENTERTAINMENT '76" BOOK

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 31)
all-you-can-eat set up of
pizza, chicken, spaghetti,
fish, etc . . . Owners Fred
Waterstone and Ira Levy
have, thoughts of making
Mama Zelda's into a .year-
round operation like this
. . . Kiddies prices are 5 to-
10 years old, $2.59 . . . and
under five, free . . . (We
know a few little tots who
can eat a house!)
IF YOU WANT TO en-
joy your Chinese meal, in
many places, its better to go
in and sit down ... . Some
nowadays ,leave very much
to be desired on their carry-
outs . . . too bad . . . Also,
don't forget, if you want
your food cooked in oil in-
stead of lard in a Chinese
restaurant, just ask for it
and most will comply with
your request . . -. Seems to
give it a much fresher taste
. . . Some places like Rik-
shaw Inn, cook with vegeta-
ble or peanut oil only.

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VOCALIST AL MAR-
TINO is at the Golden
Coach until Dec. 7 . . . cover
$8 per-person . . . Next up
on The Golden Coach mar-
quee is rock vocalizer Bobby
Rydell, Dec. 9, for six nights
. . . followed by comedian
Jackie Gale, winner of "The
Comic of the Year" award in
Las Vegas in 1974:
NEW OWNERS of the
Ground Floor Restaurant,
formerly managed by Sol
Shgargel, in the Travelers
Tower . . . are Gus Casta-
smbas, former cook at Pier
1 downtown, here only six
years from Greece, and
Tony Castas, former clari-
net player there, 13 years in
this country . . . Manager is
Sophie Raptaplous.
SOME PLACES already
have their New Year's Eve
packages set up . . .
Everything points to this
being a boom celebration
. . . Take some sound advice
and don't wait to get in that
reservation if one is needed
at your favorite place.

Movie-TV Council
Will Have Meeting

Greater Detroit Motion
Picture and Television
Council will meet at 10 a.m.
Dec. 10 at the Abbey Thea-
ters. For information and
reservations call the presi-
dent, Mrs. Henry Green,
559-5288.
The council's youth film
forum will meet Dec. 13 at
the Redford Theater to view
a film. Discussion will fol-
low. High schools interested
in the program, may call
Mrs. Martin Naimark,
357-2211.

• ITALIAN _DISHES

—BEER & WINE-

45199-CASS • UTICA
731-4440
"In The Big Red House"

Bet 6 & 7 Mile Rds

'869-5674

JOIN THE CROWD BEFORE & AFTER HOURS

OPEN 5

p.m. TO

5 a.m.

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

THE NATION'S NEW-
EST major hotel, the

800-room Hyatt Regency
Dearborn, opens its doors in
December . . . 14-stories
high with a ballroom nearly
12,000 sq. feet and seating
up to 1,500 persons . . .
Dining areas will include a
gourmet restaurant, La Ro-
tisserie, with its own cock-
tail Lounge, Le Prelude; Ka-
fay's Place for breakfast,
lunch and dinner; Db's Club
featuring cocktails, dancing
and entertainment; Lobbi-
Bar serving cocktails, flam-
ing desserts and pastries,
and the revolving rotunda
for lunch and late night
cocktails.

COUNTRY
INN
• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

18211 JOHN R

those asking when the new
Spanish restaurant is open-
ing and where . . . It'll be
this coming year . . . Can't
tell the spot yet . . . Name
of Chateau Madrid is about
set and it'll be this locale's
only authentic Spanish ea-
tery.

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CANDY GUTOV,
daughter of Lillian and the
late Joseph Hellman, for-
mer owner of the Black
Knight Supper Club, tells us
that her grandfather,
Charles Rubin, was the orig-
inal head of Checker Bar-B-
Q years ago . . . The name
of Checker, says Candy, was
derived from Checker Cab,
her grandfather being one
of the original owners.
RECENT BAR MITZVA
reception held at Roman
Terrace for Mitchell Freder-
ick, son -of.Diane and Lou
Frederick, turned out to -be
a candlelight shindig
whether they wanted it or
not . . Edison Co. power
failure in the area turned
everything off shortly after
about 90 guests had arrived
. . . Roman Terrace folks
had to cook and wait on ta-
bles by candlelight . . .
Wasn't so bad, though . . .
The guests were so de-
lighted, two of them booked
parties there!
NEW SUTTON DELI on
Lahser, North of Nine Mile,
seats 85 in a pleasant at-
mosphere of booths and ta-
bles . . . very well laid out
in orange and brown tones
. . . with carpeting decor on
one of the walls . . . Among
the large sandwich variety
is an Ethel Merman (no. 12)
which almost was made a
five-decker until the coun-
termen talked owners Her-
schel Roger and Sandy Mar-
kovitz out of it . . . It's still
a four-decker . . . and noth-
ing to do with Ethel putting
on so much weight . . . (A
five-decker wouldn't be so
bad if it were in Africa for
the Ubangis.)
JACK STEIN is among

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FROM

2a.m.

VINCE SHANE TRIO

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20070 W. 8 MILE RD.
JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN

355-0077

• RIBS • STEAKS • CHICKEN
• SHISH KABOB
• LAMB • GREEK SALAD
• HOME MADE DESSERTS

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LUNCH Monday thru Friday
DINNER Seven Days

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FARMINGTON, MICHIGAN

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