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April 23, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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26 April 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DIMITRI'S

316 N. Woodward,

2 BIks. N. of 11 Mile

ROYAL OAK

542-4880

IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK,

7 a.m. TO 11 p.m.

SERVING THE FINEST IN . . .

• BREAKFASTS • LUNCHES • DINNERS

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES

I COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU • GREEK DISHES & SALAD!

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

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6 NIGHTS A WEEK — MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Complete Dinner Inc.
French Onion Soup or Juice, Salad, Hot
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh
Baked Loaf of Bread, Coffee, Tea or Sanka

95

JOSE RIOJAS, Song Stylings, Mon. thru Sat.

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-5170

BROWNIE'S

HAS RE-OPENED

• Business Lunches
• Dinners

7 DAYS A WEEK

• ALWAYS FRESH SEAFOOD •
• STEAKS • CHOPS • SPECIALTY DISHES

• ENCLOSED OUTDOOR DINING PATIO
• BANQUET ROOM
• ENLARGED COCKTAIL LOUNGE
DANCING TO "THE FIRST GENERATION"

BROWNIE'S ON THE LAKE

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St. Clair Shores
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JAKKS

Restaurant and Lounge

25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546-1124
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER •

LARRY BARRIS and the BARRISTERS

MONDAY & TUESDAY EVENINGS
PIANO BAR WED. THRU SAT.
FEATURING JO THOMPSON
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HAPPY HOUR, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

MON. THRU FRI.

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MENU

MEET YOUR FRIENDS
WHERE THE ACTION IS!

Ceccato Conducts Last Ford Concerts

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 25)
west Activities Center, is its
new home . . . Group Thea-
ter's first production since
the ill-fated days runs for
twt) weekends (April 23, 24,
25 and April 30, May 1, 2) is
"The Sign of Sidney Brue-
stein's Window" . .•. Call
the Northwest Activities
Center, 224-7575, for reser-
vations.
UTTERLY RIDICU-
LOUS the kind of corned
beef sandwiches some delis
serve now for $1.95 . . Cut-
ting corners is one thing —
but there's a limit! . . .
Places with bona fide, expe-
rienced countermen don't do
this . . . The "old timers"
know better than to pile a
bunch of corned beef be-
tween two slices that look
like an all bread sandwich
. . . And how about the del-
icatessens that give you
small slices of bread so it
looks like you've got meat
galore . . . At the kind of
prices being gotten for
corned beef and pastrami
sandwiches, delicatessens
can well afford to give a
good sandwich .- . . and not
scrimp . . . People who ac-
cept these kind of junky
sandwiches either don't
know the difference or don't
care . . . We do . . . and are
disgusted.
LIVE JAZZ is the five-
piece Cordova jazz group
now at the Perfect Blend, 10
Mile and Northwestern, in
the Fidelity Bank Bldg.. . .
Cordova is at Marty Kopits's
spot Sunday through Tues-
day from 8 p.m.„ (disco
continues Wednesday
through
through Saturday) . . . On
drums is Joe Reznick . . .
Robert Shipco is a young
man of the old school play-
ing the big, upright bass
. . . \besides his electric
classical guitar.

THANKS TO . . . gals
like Judie Kroot . . . at Ad-
ler-Reese Jeweler's in Lin-
coln Center . . . Larry Al-
pert's daughter . . . for
making customers happy
when they leave.
MUSICAL NOTES . .
Bob Milne and Bob Seeley
both play great piano at
Clamdigger on Grand River
in Farmington . . . Bob
Milne 7:30 to midnight, and
Bob Seeley 3 -p.m. to 7 p.m.
. . . both Tuesday to Satur-
day . . . Pat Flowers still
one of the best jazz piano
artists, a nightly fixture at
Danish Inn on Grand River
in Farmington.
Jakks Lounge on Green-
field and 10 Mile in Oak
Park, has jazz stylings of
Larry Barris and The Bar-
risters on Monday and Tues-
day, and keyboard tickling
of Jo Thompson Wednes-
day and Thursday . . . Jim
Joseph's Tailgate Ramblers
are at The Silent Woman on
Telegraph and 10.
Plenty of ragtime and
sing along with Mike
Montgomery at The.Da-
kota Inn, John R. just
north of McNichols . . .
Loving Cup plies its trade
excellently at Monk's Cel-
lar, '12 Mile and Orchard
Lake, Farmington.
Jason Steele and Reflec-
tions play danceables Tues-
day through Saturday at

the Trio on Northwestern
and 12 Mile . . . Vicki Bar-
nett is on the piano from 4
to 9 . . Gary Primo Duo
continues to entertain very
well Monday through Satur-
day at Roman Terrace, Or-
chard Lake and 12 Mile . . .
Charles Boles is at the piano
bar Monday through Fri-
day, 4 to 7.
Kostere's on . W. Eight
Mile Rd. has Jimmy Simp-
son at the keyboard . . . and
the Farm House, Nine Mile,
Hazel Park, still has Fred
Bayne at the organ . . . Jose
Riojas, does his fine song
stylings Monday through
Saturday at the Red Cedars
on Telegraph at Nine Mile.

Bugs Bunny Show
Due at Olympia

For the first time ever,
since his birth in 1938, Bugs
Bunny comes to life as the
star of his own live stage
production, "The Bugs
Bunny Follies” opening May
14 for five performances at
Olympia Stadium.
Bugs co-stars with Porky
Pig, Daffy Duck, Elmer
Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Road
Runner, Wile E. Coyote,
Speedy Gonsales, Merlin the
Magic Mouse and Tweety
and Sylvester along with
Tweety's mistress and pro-
tector, Granny. One of the
highlights of the show is an
appearance by Batman and
Robin.

Center Symphony
Concert Slated

The Center Symphony
Orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Julius Chajes, will
present a concert 7:30 p.m.
May 2 in the Shiffman Hall
of the Jewish Community
Center.
Soloists will be Annette
Chajes, mezzo soprano, Fed-
ora Horowitz, pianist, Em-
ily Austin, violinist, and
Marius Fossenkemper, clar-
inetist.
The program will focus on
Jewish composers in honor
of Israel's Independence
Day.

Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Music Director Aldo
Ceccato will be on the po-
dium for his final Ford Au-
ditorium concerts of the
season when he conducts
performances 10:45 a.m. to-
day and 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

The 10:45 performance
will be preceded by a coffee
hour and fashion show.
Tickets are available at
Hudson's, Montgomery
Wards and at the Ford Au-
ditorium box office.

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Weekdays including Sat. Open 6:45

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1 By Mail — send check. money order or Master Charge
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