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May 20, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-20

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34 Friday, May 20, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWiSH NEWS

Want a Skimpy Sandwich?
DON'T COME TO

OLD TIME DELI

27701 Orchard Lake Road
553-2191
Near 12 Mile

Haas., Severinsen to Play with DSO

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra will close its "Caba-
ret Pops - series with two
sets of concerts at the Light
Guard Armory.

NOW SERVING
LUNCH
MON. THRU SAT.

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661-4400 "".

ON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. to 12 Mid.

FRI. & SAT., 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Closed Sundays

NOW APPEARING

TUES. THRU SAT. 8 p.m.

STRADA

OWN CENTER

FAMILY
RESTAURANT

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

At 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday, WJR radio
personality Karl Haas will
be guest conductor in a pro-
gram entitled "Once Over
Lightly," in which he will
explore various types of
music following the format
of his "Adventures in Good
Music" radio show.
At 8:30 p.m. May 27 and
28, "Tonight Show" band
leader Doc Severinsen will
be soloist with the DSO. con-
ducted by Philip Green-
berg.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auditorium box of-
fice, all Hudson's and
Ward's ticket offices, and
at the door. For informa-
tion. call the DSO, 961-0700.

MON. THRU FRI. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
SAT.8 a.m.to10 p.m. SUN.11:30 a.m.to8:30 p.m.

COMPLETE MENU INCLUDING

• BROILED FISH • BROILED STEAKS & CHOPS
• SHISH KEBOB • ETC.

COMPLETE GREEK SPECIALTIES

• MOUSAKA • SPINACH PIE • GREEK SALADS • ETC.

PRUDENTIAL TOWER BUILDING

GROUND LEVEL---NEXT TO THEATER

FREE INDOOR PARKING
ENTER FROM EVERGREEN
Complete Carry Out Available
. 355..2C50

Maynard Wishner, chair-
man-elect of the American
Jewish Committee's board
of governors, will address
the Detroit Chapter's trib-
ute to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
(Carolyn) Greenberg June
1 at the Detroit Plaza
Hotel.

BROILED BOSTON SCROD

Herb butter sauce.

Notice to Winners

Persons whose names ap-
peared in The Jewish News
classified advertising sec-
tion and won Metro or En-
tertainment books must
pick up the books at The
Jewish News by June 15.

--

MAYNARD WISHNER

Co-chairmen of the spon-
sors committee for the trib-
ute are Louis Berry, Avern
Cohn, Max Fisher and
Lewis Grossman.
The tribute will be occa-
sion to present the slate of
officers by the nominating
committee, according to
president Kathleen Straus.
For reservations, call the
AJCommittee, 965-3353.


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replied, "Madam. I'll not
only let him speak to you,
but I'll drink a glass of
water at the same time!"

READ THE LABELS

carefully when buying can-
ned goods...Chances are
you'll put some of them
back on the shelf...Holds
true with uncanned stuff
also.
ACCORDING TO the Na-
tional Restaurant Associ-
ation as reported by J.P.
McCarthy on WJR radio, 47
percent of the nation will
eat out this year...No doubt
the many fast food oper-
ations have a lot to do with
it, but statistics prove that
it is cheaper than eating at
home-.

WHOEVER CONCOCTED

this drink evidently couldn't
think of a name so just
called it a "What's
It?"...White of one egg, 1 /2
jigger Jamaican rum, 1 jig-
ger port wine...Ice, shake,
serve in eight ounce glass,
fill up with soda.
BEST BET for...the best
Mexican food around...El
Camino on Plymouth and
Farmington Rd.
WONDER IF...there will
ever be another operation
like Darbys?...Wouldn't it
be wonderful if there
was?...While in existence.
nobody thought much about
it not being around...but
they soon learned how
missed it was...and to this
day, still talk about Darbys.

. ISN'T IT WONDER-
FUL...to see Club Berkley,

Woodward and 111/2, come
back with the great food of
yesteryears?...So many
people have been made
happy because of it.

WW'NDER

WHY...Mayfield Chop
House on Griswold down-
town doesn't find a place on
the northwest side?

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sen in Harvard Row on 11
Mile and Lahser.
JERRY KALMAN at Sen-
try Drups on 10 Mile and
Southfield, tells of the ven-
triloquist who, unable to get
vaudeville bookings, turned
in his desperation to spirit-
ualism and opened a seance
parlor...A widow came in to
talk to her departed hus-
band...The ventriloquist did
his stuff, and his patron
was delighted...She paid a
handsome fee and asked if
she might come again the
following week...The ven-
triloquist. new to his role,

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The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 33)

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Offer Expires June 11, 1977

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