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April 02, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 April 2, 1976

Folk Singer Woody Guthrie
Immortalized in New Film

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

10 HAMBURGER GREATS

By HERBERT G.

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

EGGS & OMELETS SERVED IN A SKILLET
DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mile
— ■ oloomir



DAILY
SPECIALS

Through

March 31, 1976

MONDAYS
SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY

From Open To Close

CHOPPED STEAK

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato
Texas Toast & Beverage

RIB EYE
STEAK

Fresh Crisp
Salad, Hot
Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

$109

From 4 p.m.

TUESDAYS

?

CHOPPED
STEAK

$
-t-

49

Fresh Crisp
Salad;' Hot
Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

$

3

THURSDAYS All Day

VEAL CUTLET

Ti

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

$ 1

"

SATURDAYS All Day

BONANZABURGER

99°

French Fries & Beverage
(Including shakes)



SUNDAYS — All Day

' 1

1

2 SIRLOIN STEAKS

TWO COMPLETE DINNERS

Fresh Crisp Salads,
Hot Baked Potatoes,
Texas Toast

$3 99

FOR TWO

THIS LOCATION ONLY

BONANZA

(

15640 W. 11 Mile

I 557-3237

Rd.

CORNER OF GREENFIELD

BLOOMFIELD

BANQUET ROOMS FOR
• BAR MITZVAS
• WEDDINGS
• SHOWERS
• SWEET SIXTEENS
• BOWLING BANQUETS
• BUSINESS MEETINGS
•ANNIVERSARIES • ETC.

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(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Robert
F. Blumofe (who has been
married to Joan, daughter
of Jack Benny) one of Holly-
wood's most successful film
creators, has returned to
United Artists to produce
"Bound for Glory," an epic
film about the legendary
folk poet, singer, composer
and author Woody Guthrie,
with David Carradine in the
title role.
Hal Ashby is directing
from a screenplay by Robert
Getchell, based on Guthrie's
1943 autobiography of his
earlier years as a vagabond
folk singer to his initial rec-
ognition as the father of
modern American folk mu-
sic.
Ezra Stone, the 58-year-
old actor who is still re-
membered as the chubby
Henry Aldrich of radio and
television fame though he
has appeared in scores of

Composer Gould
Work Will Debut

Composer Morton Gould
will present his "Symphony
of Spirituals" in a world
premiere performed by the
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra 8:30 p.m. today at Ford
Auditorium.
At the same time, French
pianist Michel Beroff will
make his Detroit debut by
playing two works by Igor
Stravinsky, "Movements"
and "Capriccio," never be-
fore performed by the DSO.
Two Young People's Con-
certs, entitled "Think
Spring," will take place 11
a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday at
Ford Auditorium. The con-
certs will feature Buffo the
Clown as narrator and the
Just Moving Dance Corn-
pany from the University of
Michigan.
Children up'to age 12 are
invited to submit a draw-
ing on the theme "Think
Spring" for a judging
which will be held during
the concerts. Winners will
be announced at the end of
each concert, and prizes
will include season tickets
to the 1976/1977 DSO
Young People's Concerts.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call the symphony of-
fice, 961-0700.

THE TORNADO DIDN'T
STOP US
WE ARE STILL
OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Famous For
Steaks
Chops

Seafood

• COCKTAIL LOUNGE
• LUNCHES • DINNERS
Reservations
626-1587
or 626-1697

Open Monday Thru Saturday, 11 a.m. til 12 Midnight

Closed Sundays

YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON

feature films and stage
plays, years ago went into
'the field of directing and
now comes up with a docu-
mentary "The 40 Million,"
which he single-handedly
produced and directed.
"The 40 Million" is a docu-
mentary tribute to immi-
grants who came to the
United States since the Rev-
olution and helped to build
our nation. The film con-
tains interviews with three
individuals who tell their
own and their family's ex-
perience.
It is narrated by Lorne
Greene who hails from Can-
ada and the son of a Jewish-
Lithuanian immigrant him-
self. Those interviewed on
film are Pierre Samuel Du-
Pont, chairman of the board
of the American Museum of
Immigration; Laura Fermi,
the distinguished authoress
and widow of Italian-born
Enrico Fermi; and Dr. Wer-
nher Von Braun, who
launched the rocket attack
on England in World War II
and seems not to fit in this
tribute to the newcomers to
our shores.
Edison's nitrate film
showing immigrants land-
ing on Ellis Island in 1901
was obtained from the Li-
brary of Congress. This
film and some 8 mm mov-
ies of Enrico Fermi's first
glimpses of America, as
well as film clips of Dr.
Von Braun's surrender to
the American troops, are
skillfully intercut with a,
sequence, shot on today's
Ellis Island of an unknown
Lithuanian immigrant,
"just one of the 40 mil-
lion."
Film director George Cu-
kor has been awarded the
honorary degree of Doctor
of Humane Letters by Loy
ola University of Chicago.
Citing the distinguished ca-
. reer which spans almost
half a century, the occasion
marks the first time a uni-
versity has awarded such
recognition to a filmmaker.

French mime Marcel
Marceau broke his silence at
Music Hall Center last week
to announce the first char-
ity preview of Detroit's Re-
naissance Center set for
June 26 at the riverfront.
Proceeds will go to offset
the non-profit Music Hall
Center's operating deficit.
Details of the event will
be revealed 1 p.m. April 30
at a free open rehearsal of
Music Hall's production of
"El Capitan," an 1896 comic
opera by John Philip Sousa.
The rehearsal is open to per-
sons interested in learning
about the center's volunteer
group which is now enlist-
ing new members.
For rehearsal reserva-
tions, call the Music Hall,
963-7622.

Concert Slated

6560 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT WEST MAPLE (15 Mile)

FAMILY DINING

AMERICAN & GREEK CUISINE

SHISH KABOB & GREEK SALAD OUR SPECIALTIES
• Breakfast Served Anytime •

-

Music Hall Sets
Charity Preview

The Detroit area industry
choruses will join for their
annual Industry Sings Con-
cert 8 p.m. Saturday in the
Masonic Auditorium.

7tee

M.E.G.'s

Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. Fri. & Sat. til 12 Mid.

28990 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

851-1310

Between 12 & 13 Mile Roads

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COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS

MONDAY thru THURSDAY55p.m. To Closing

MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY

'4.25
BAR-B-Q RIBS
FRIED SHRIMPS '2.99
.BAR-B-Q CHICKEN... s2.99
N.Y. STRIP STEAK... 1.99

ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: HUGE RELISH TRAY, GREEK OR CHEF'S SALAD (CHOICE OF
DRESSING), OR COLE SLAW, GARLIC OR REG. BREAD I F. FRIES

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY

HAMBURGER DELUXE

(Served With Fries & Slow Only)

'1.49

SORRY,
NO COUPONS

REG. HOURS: MON.-SAT., 5 p.m.-5 a.m.
SUNDAYS 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

DINING ROOM
ONLY

ENTERTAINMENT AFTER 2 A.M.
VINCE SHANE TRIO
WED. thru SAT.

WE
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PARTIES

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• BREAKFAST
• LUNCH
• DINNER

TUESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
7 a.m.-9 p.m.
MON. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
SUN., 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

aria

DINNER SPECIALS

16 oz. SHORT RIBS

(Bar B-0, Baked or Boiled)

salad, potato,
vegetable, bread
and butter

including:

Available After 3 p.m.

11.

$295 4.
3.

2 1°

BROILED WHITE FISH a*
95 34 , *

including: salad,
potato, vegetable,
bread and butter

$2

Available After 3 p.m.

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FREE $298
per person
DELIVERY

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