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April 29, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-29

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Friday, April 29, 1977 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

FOR THE FIRST time

ever in its almost 50 years
existence, the Detroit Busi-
nessmen's Group, City of
Hope. is taking reservations
far in advance of its annual
dinner-dance.
Reservations are already
being accepted for the big-
gie affair...Oct. 16...in the
'abulously beautiful Renais-
sance Ballroom at the De-
troit Plaza...which looms as
what may be the most glam-
orous event held by this
group.
Reason for the reserva-
tions being taken so early is
because many more people
will want to go this year to
the hotel receiving so much
nation-wide publicity as one
of the world's absolute beau-
tiful sights...and the Renais-
sance Center a S337 million
dollar scene of incred-
ibility...that the number of
persons invited to attend
may be a limited amount.
30th REUNION of 1947
January and June Central
High classes will be known
as Club LaSalle...June 5 at
Town & Country
Club...buffet dinner and
dance making up the fes-
tive evening of getting-to-
getherness...Grads who
haven't contacted anyone
yet can get in touch with
Gladys (Wohl) Kemper,
353-7685, Marilyn (Wilber)
Kosins, 353-5588, or
Sylvia (Rose) Waldman, 353-
9779...Nothing like a 30th re-
union to go home from with
your spouse and saying how
great you both look in com-
parison with some others.

PROCEEDS FROM

Mother and Daughter din-
ner by Ladies of Oak Park,
May 11, at Berkley Masonic
Temple, will be used to
help provide transportation
among personal needs, for
indigent patients confined
to state hospitals and con-
valescent homes...The las-
sies also work in con-
junction with Rabbi
Solomon Grus-
kin...personally helping at
all high holiday functions
he provides the patients
with.
Plus a fashion show. pian-
ist-songster from Jakks,
Carl Steger, will donate his
services for the eve-
ning...president of the
group is Helen Baunhoft.
HOWARD EFROS, son of
ida and Jerry Efros, keeps
the family shoes in place
being elected as a member
of the Wayne State U. phar-
macy alumni board...Dad,
Jerry, resigned after 16-
years...Howard is at the Or-
chard Lake store.
Years back, Jerry
worked for Marty Sher at
Sher Pharmacy on Six Mile
and Third...Today, Marty is
semi-retired and works for
Jerry at the Efros Pharma-
cy on Greenfield and 10
Mile.

FLYING BARRISTER

Jerry Portney has received
his official instrument rat-
ing as a pilot...and can fly
in any weather legal-

CLUB
1001 NIGHTS

Dehoovsly Prepared for the
DAscermng rove

LISTENING
POST

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Michigan Artrain
Comes to Detroit

The Michigan Artrain is
coming to Detroit .Monday
through June 2 at the Am-
trak Depot.
Under the chairmanship
of Mrs. William G. Milli-
ken, the Artrain features an
exhibition of American
crafts and folk art and con-
temporary art as well. The
exhibition also includes an
audio-visual presentation of
American photography and
a studio car where Artrain
staff and Detroit area art-
ists demonstrate.
Admission is free.

AMERICAN AND
AUTHENTIC LEBANESE FOOD

OLD TIME DELI

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OPEN 7 DAYS FOR
LUNCHES & DINNERS

27701 Orchard Lake Road
477-5735
Near 12 Mile

• Entertainment
• Cocktails
• Dancing

RESTAURANT
ITALIAN-AMERICAN

Also

• STEAKS• CHOPS• SEAFOOD

EATRE

BROADWAY
MUSICAL HIT

We Are #1

I DOI I DO!

In The Metropolitan

Starring

PASTA & VEAL DISHES
PIZZA

ONE WEEK ONLY—APRIL 29 THRU MAY 6

Rose and
Irving Guttman
Invite You
To See Why

Notsiarb Jnn

DINNE

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Detroit Area

PHIL MARCUS ESSER
NANCY GURWIN

LUNCHES & DINNERS
CHOICE COCKTAILS

95

INCLUDES
SOUP OF THE DAY, SALAD, $
VEGETABLE, COFFEE OR
TEA.

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538-4850

NOT HUNGRY?
DON'T COME TO

The Oak Park Symphony
Orchestra will present. an
all-Tchaikovsky program
for its final concert of the
season 8':30 p.m. Sunday at
Oak Park High School.
Morris Hochberg, associ-
ate professor of music at
Wayne State University,
will be conductor. Pianist
Mischa Kottler will per-
form the Tchaikovsky
Piano Concerto.
Tickets are available at
Harrison Violins, the Oak
Park Library and at the
door.

LIVER & ONIONS

18800W. McNICHOLS

6 blks. W. of Southfield

Tchaikovsky Focus
of OP Symphony

COMPLETE DINNER!

x

FoPmerly Angers Hour Glass

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6.455

ly...plus in the clouds with-
out any outside refer-
ence...Jerry's accom-
plishment does much in up-
grading his pilot rating.
USUALLY A FAST sell
out is the coming 11th an-
nual games night by 14
couples who make up the
Mr. and Mrs. Group. City
of Hope...May 17 at Raleigh
House...It's the group's
yearly fund-raiser. -
LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryears...
JULY 15, 1949... Big
laugh was provided when
bar boss Al Rubin definitely
refused to come out of the.
water at South
Haven...despite the con-
stant arm-waving requests
by wife. Sylvia. standing on
the beach... Finally, upon
reaching the point of exas-
peration, she sent young
son, Allan, to get him...The
youngster returned, running
through the sand and holler-
ing. 'Daddy can't come in—
he lost his pants.'...Al's bor-
rowed and too-large swim
trousers had removed them-
selves during session of un-
derwater swimming—and
were finally retrieved by
friends."
AUG. 26, 1949... - Building
permit for new Temple Is-
rael was taken out for sum
in vicinity of S700,000...ft's
being erected on Merton
Rd...a large spherical
structure about 200 feet in
diameter...with wings ex-
tended on each side...The
huge auditorium will be
within the sphere...A mag-
nificent organ has been pur-
chased at a cost of around
S85.000.'`

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r7ONN OPEN

directed by

Edgar A. Guest III
produced by

Private Rooms for • Banquets

• Parties• Meetings

e

Michael
Goodman

MON., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
TUES.-THURS., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. LIGHTED
PARKING
FRI. &SAT., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

An R G Production

Closed Sundays



LAST TWO WEEKS!
EVERY
DINNER SHOW -
.WED. & THURS. 7 P.M. 8:30 P.M.
SUN.
6 P.M. 7:30 P.M.

14835 SCHAEFER,

1 Blk. S. of Fenkell

BR3-0750 493-9240

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Spec. W ed. G roup Rates Avail.

i'velZ00Zoc0-,c0$cOlelb) (0,

28000 Grand River at 8 Mile
F,armin ton Hills

JAKKS

1 Blk. N. of 11 Mile
Next To Great Scott Mkt.

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559-1380

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RESERVATIONS 474-4800

RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

27167
GREENFIELD

25234 GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile
967 - 3922
GREENFIELD CENTER

BLOOMFIELD

CARL
STEGER

Restaurant
and
Cocktail
Lounge

ENTERTAINMENT
TUES. THRU SAT.

AT THE PIANO BAR
TUES. THRU SAT.

From 7:30 p.m.

SALAD BAR

JIM JEWHURST

Is Farnous For

* FRESH LAKE PERCH (Small)
* PETITE FROG LEGS
* DOVER SOLE Amandine

Piano Stylist

WITH ALL DINNERS

DINNER SPECIALS
MON. THRU FRI.
FROM $4.95

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

Businessmen's Luncheons
MON.-FRI., 11 to 3 p.m.

DINNERS
MON.-SAT., 5 toll p.m.

Fine Seafoods — Steaks — Chops

Monday Thru Saturday, 11 a.m. til 12 Midnight
Closed Sundays

YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON 1

Reservations
626-1587

LATE EVENING MENU

Or

626-1697

CHOICE COCKTAILS
a FINE LIQUEURS

6560 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT WEST MAPLE (15 Mile)

NOWHERE CAN THIS GRE(IT COMBI'IIIITION OF
FINE RESTAURANTS BE BEAT . . . ONLY IN
WINDSOR CAN IT BE FOUND
Home of the
TBQ's Other Place,
Famous
Prime Rib Room
Awc,

• Succulent Seafoods •

Great Steaks • International Specialties • Choice Cocktails

3067 DOUGALL RD. . . Detroit Phone: 963 8944 . . . Windsor Phone: 969 6011

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Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sundays, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

finiE.mationai Ca t- E . wzej,

Tunnel Bar•13•Q

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Inside and Outside Catering

• Bar 8 Bat Mitzvas • Showers
• Weddings • Banquets • Reunions
• Swim Parties • Stags • Bowling Parties
• Anniversaries • All Occasions

Our Exceptional Home-Made Pastries
Exclusively Supplied By

atie Tastitti cNoce

Home Of World Famous Spare Ribs, Bar-B-Q Chicken and
Char-Broiled Steaks • Breakfast Served •
(519) 258-3663
58 PARK ST. (Opposite Tunnel Car Exit)

Sun.-Thurs., 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., Fri. & Sat., 7 a.m. to 4 a.m.

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