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December 19, 1980 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-19

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Anger, if not restrained,
is frequently more hurtful
to us than the injury that
provokes it.
— Seneca

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

Bet. 6 /IL 7 Mile Rds.

.

869-5674

Tax Exemptions

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The New York state legisla-
ture has passed and Gov.
Hugh Carey is expected to
sign legislation to assure
Jewish and Christian
houses of worship and day
schools exemption from a
"substantial burden" of city
water and sewer charges in
New York City.

CELEBRATE
New Years Eve

At The
Northfield Hilton

Choose one of our CELEBRATE plans for
auld lang syne! For more information, call
our Catering Manager at 879-2100.

Plan I: Open bar • Cocktail hour • Hors D'oeuvres •
Four-course prime rib champagne dinner • After
dinner cordial • Dinner show • Dance music • Hats
and favors • Overnight accommodations • Eye-
opener buffet brunch • Swimming, saunas, ample
parking, color televisions • All tips and taxes in-
cluded • Late check out

$185

per couple

Plan !l: Same as above without overnight accom-
modations and brunch buffet

$125

per couple

Space is limited, so reserve early!

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NORTHFIELD HILTON
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

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352-7466
.‘Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

1. days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials . .
Different Each Day

Hours

MON.-THURS. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 19,1980 31

Bashfulness is more fre-
quently connected with
good sense than with over-
assurance; and impudence,

on the other hand, is often
the effect of downright
stupidity.
—Shenstone

(Continued from Page 29) alist, 9-3, $115 per couple,
MUSHROOM CELLAR, add $40 for overnight if.
complete dinner from spe- wanted . . . BENCH-
cial N.Y.E. menu, cham- MARK, 2 seatings, 7-10,
pagne, two seatings, 7 and 10-2, adv. res. with $25 dep.
req., reg. menu plus holiday
9:30, $18.50 per pers.
HAMILTON PLACE, specials, (569-4747 or 559-
30333 Southfield Rd., 646- 6500) . . . Dewey's, N.Y.E.
8990, ext. 30 . . . $45 per party 9 to -4, $7.50 cov.
pers. includes complete , Saxony group for dancing
dinner, tax and tips, wine (no cover if dining at
with dinner, open bar, Benchmark) . . . COFFEE
champagne toast, Chris GARDEN, open til 2 a.m.,
Norman band for dancing, reg. menu.
MISTER
CHRIS-
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
TIAN'S, 1812 N. Main,
at 8, dinner at 9.
HOLIDAY INN of Far- 547-6470 . . . Regular seat-
mington Hills, 38123 W. 10 ing til 9, N.Y.E. party starts
Mile, $80 per couple in- at 9:30, $25 per pers., bottle
REALLY GET YOUR NET'S WORTH
cludes tax and tip, cocktails champagne per couple,
and hors d'oeuvres, dinner, prime rib dinner, dancing to
With These Sunset Special Prices.
champagne toast, open bar, Jim Bajors trio . . .
$5.25 Boston Schrod Florentine.
dancing . . . Add $35 plus downstairs $20 includes
$6.75 Express-fresh Daily Catch.
tax and tip if overnight ac- smorgasbord dinner at
12:30 a.m., disco with re-
commodations wanted.
Dinner includes Chowder, Hot Bread,
HOLIDAY INN of cords.
Salad, Vegetable.
Southfield, 26555 Tele-
MONEY TREE, 333 W.
Sunset Special hours Mon-Sat 4:30-6, Sun 4-6
graph, 353-7700 . . . $110 Fort, 961-2445 . . . three
Chuck Muer's
per couple, main ballroom, seatings, 6, 8 and 11, $28.50
all-you-can-eat buffet all per pers., adv. dep. of $15
night, all-you-can-drink all required by Dec. 22, special
night, champagne toast at N.Y.E. menu, live
midnight, dancing to live entertainment.
Fine Seafood in the Chuck Muer tradition
band . . . $130 for above
NIFTY NORMAN'S,
Grand River at 1-96 • Farmington Hills • 478-3800
and overnight accommoda- 1403 S. Commerce, 624-
American Express Honored
tions.
(Continued
on
Page
32)
HUNGARIAN VIL-
LAGE, 1001 Springwells,
843-5611 . .Special
t of cham-
N.Y.E. menu, spli
pagne, dancing to Jay Kal-
leo band, $40 per couple.
JACQUES, 30100 Tele-
graph, 642-1323 . . . Open
at 5, res. for 5-11 seating,
21/2 hr. maximum seating,
reg. menu with reg. prices,
no coy. or min.
JAKKS, 25234 Green-
field, .967-3922 .. . Open
house, special N.Y.E. menu,
no cover, Carl Steger at
piano bar.
LIGHTHOUSE 6 INN,
24230 McNichols, 535-
9411, Reg. dinners til 8, spe-
cial N.Y.E. menu at 9, live
entertainment, breakfast,
split of champagne, $19.50
in adv. or $26.50 at door.
LONDON CHOP
HOUSE, 155 W. Congress,
962-0277 . . . two seatings,
6-9 and 10, $10 per pers.
cover only for 10 p.m. seat-
:30 p.m.
'30 per person (dinner only)
ing, Bobby Laurel Quartet,
dancing.
:00
per person (dinner & party favors)
MAIN EVENT, at Sil-
verdome, 858-7888 ..
Charity party for 500 by
Chuck Hubbard, cham-
pagne at 8 ends with break-
fast at 3, dinner, open bar,
music of two bands, floor
show has comedy of "The
Brothers Grin," $50 per
pers. includes valet parking
• Roast Pheasant with White Grape Sauce
and coat check . . . pro-
ceeds to Children's Hospi-
• Live 1 1/2 lb. Lobster
tal, res. from Chuck's office,
332-8000 or Main Event.
• Chateaubriand
MARIO'S OF DE-
Entertainment by:
TROIT, 4222 Second Blvd.,
833-9425 .: Open house,
Featuring Cathy Locke
special N.Y.E
. menu, no
cov. or min., no res.
MARVIN GARDENS,
For Reservations: Call
30100 Telegraph Rd., 642-
2430 . . . Open at 5, no cov.
or min., no res., reg. menu at
reg. prices.
MICHIGAN INN, 16400
J. L. Hudson Dr., 559-6500
. . . Great Lakes Ballroom,
4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
prime rib buffet dinner,
champagne, door prizes,
28815 FRANKLIN ROAD AT NORTHWESTERN HWY. • Southfield
open bar, dancing to Steve
Moore 10 pc. ork plus voc-

SUNSET SPECIAL



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1.30 p.m. and 10 - p.m.

Two Seatings
7
10 p.m.

$35

• Caesar Salad
• Appetizer Sauteed Scampi and
Stuffed Mushroom Caps
• Choice of Three Great Entrees:

BILLY KALLEO QUARTET

358-3355

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

EXCALIBUR IS NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

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