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September 12, 1980 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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RIKSHAW INN

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

851-6400

Carry

Outs Available_

WISHING EVERYONE

A HAPPY & HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

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COMING SOON
W. 10 MILE RD., 1 blk. E. of Evergreen

A FULL SERVICE DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT
WITH OUR FAMOUS BAGELS AVAILABLE

1101WS BODY SHOP

WISHES ALL IT'S FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A VERY HAPPY & HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

I EVENING PRICES From $3.25
DAILY SPECIALS, $595

Tues.-Fri.
all you can eat inc. salad & potatoes

OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER

IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO DOUG'S
AT THESE PRICES YOU HAVE TO TRY IT!

COUNTRY MUSIC
Featuring LEGEND

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Valet Parking

Thurs. thru Sat.
8:30 to 2 a.m.

HOURS: LUNCH, Mon.-Fri. 11:30-3 p.m.
DINNER, Tues.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 Mid.

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE

399-10401

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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

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FOR A YEAR OF
HEALTH
AND
HAPPINESS

V

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300 LARNED

(Across from Colai Nal)

961-5175

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he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 60)
or she has a way of disap-
pearing like your first
drink.
"Eating at a restaurant
which serves water only on
request supposedly to con-
serve energy. One wonders
if it's because there's money
to be made on wine, not
H2O, and why all restau-
rants don't follow the no-
water policy.
"Asking for artificial
sweetener and having the
waitress dig for a packet
of Sweet n' Low out of her
pocket as though it were
a forbidden treasure.
Just as bad as a waitress
or waiter insisting the
sweetener is already on
your table and it isn't.
"Expecting a pleasant
evening and being served
by someone who looks as
though his or her feet hurt
too much to smile. Unhappy
feet dampen one's appetite.
"Trying to hold a quiet
conversation with your
dinner partner and being
constantly interrupted by
an overzealous busboy, wai-
ter or waitress who rattles
dishes or chews your ears
off.
"Paying as much for the
salad bar as a full-course
meal which comes with the
salad bar.
"Walking into a restau-
rant which is practically
empty and being asked if
you have a reservation. You
may have reservations
about eating in a place like
that.
"Not finding a place to
park at one of your favo-
rite restaurants because
there simply aren't

enough spaces to ac-
commodate customers.
"Going to a restaurant
where valets refuse to let
you park your own car and
expect a hefty tip for some-
thing you could easily do
yourself.
"You can probably add to
this list of gripes. It makes
all the difference because
you'll probably never fre-
quent that eating spot again
and you'll warn your friends
to stay away.
"It's also annoying being
with someone who whistles
for the waiter or waitress
and bawls him or her out for
something the chef should
or shouldn't have done to
the food."

HAPPY
NEW YEAR

FROM THE

HERO
FAMILY

HERC'S

BEEF BUFFET
28915 GRAND RIVER
Farmington Hills

477-5845

Friday, September 12, 1980 61

Best Wishes For A Healthy & Happy

NEW YEAR

From the Staffs and Management of

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Locale , No.
17125 CONANT Car. 1 McNichols

CarrY-Nt
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14156 E. 12 Mile, Warns

892-9001

777-3400

810010 K ld a ie 13h Mil2 e Rd.

Ilk. E. Mao Ilia, 1 Mi. S. 13 Mile

574-9200

Fried Fish
callops
Steak
Scallops
Contine nt
try-tyle Chicken
Clams
Fried Turkey
Counutl
st
Veal Cet • • ROa
he Day!
Virginia Ham
& The Chef's Special of T
Children under 12...$2.95

Only $1.95

more. .

A generous portion of

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MASON 101

HAPPY
NEW YEAR

CRAB • PRIME OS

LIGHTHOUSE 6 INN

24230 W . McNICHOLS
of 'Telegraph

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On
BUSNESSMN'S
6 IMile
E LUNCH DAILY
Frani $2.95! • Cocktails available!

BAR• Happy Hour 4-6pm
Closed Mondays
PIANO SA
Sunday 1pm9pm • 411
535-9

Now

Appearing
In Our Lounge

Jimmy Simpson

Pianist

Arlene King
Songstress

Stephen Becharas . . . and The Staff Of

WB Symphony
Lists Concerts

The West Bloomfield
Symphony Orchestra will
present a series of five con-
certs for the 1980-1981 sea-
son.
They include: Oct. 26,
music from the movies; Nov.
30, "Rhapsody," featuring
David Syme, piano; Feb. 1,
an evening of Latin music;
April 12, "Fantasia"; and
May 17, "Porgy and Bess,"
featuring Delores Davis,
soprano; Conwell Car-
rington, baritone; Brazeal
Dennard Chorale; and Mike
Whorf, narrator.
All subscription concerts
are scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
in West Bloomfield High
School Auditorium.
In addition two per-
formances of "The Nut-
cracker," featuring the
Contemporary Civic Bal-
let Co., are scheduled for
8:30 p.m. Dec. 20 and 7:30
p.m. Dec. 21.

Performances of a Young
People's
Concert
are
scheduled for 2 and 4 p.m.
Feb. 22.
Tickets are available at
the West Bloomfield Sym-
phony Office, 5640 West
Maple Road, Suite 201,
West Bloorrifield, 48033,
(626-1560). Office hours are
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday.

19469 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Block E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

Sincerely Wish Their Many Friends
and Customers

A Very
o►p py New Year

We thank you for your
gracious patronage . . . and
most sincerely
wish the very best
in health, joy and
prosperity to all

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