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May 01, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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DINNER THEATRE

SHANGRI-LA WEST

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

(Continued from Page 36)
Nancy Gurivin in
of his disease to raise funds
Performances
Irving Berlin's
to combat cystic fibrosis.
Friday & Saturday
The seven-course menu
Group Rates Available
is from top chefs . . . Steve
3 6 3 - 1 5 3 5 --
Channer of Anton's,
9361 Cooley Lk. Rd.
Grosse Pointe; Douglas
Union Lake
Grech (Duglass Duglass)
VV "4"S%% A NANCY GURWIN PRODUCTION
of Restaurant Duglass;
Sal Marino and Kim
Italian-American Dining At It's Finest
Jackson of the Rooster-
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tail; Jimmy Schmidt of
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the London Chop House;
CALL 832-6464
Milos Cihelka of the Gol-
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Goodman of Clarkston
Cafe; and Rene Mouttet
of the Bijou Restaurant.
Tickets for the benefit are
Tues.-Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
available
at the Founda-
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tion, 552-9616.
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4222 Second Blvd.
Parking
MUNCHER WRITES:
Bet. Willis & Canfield
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Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Conductor Fellow

Murray Gross will be on the
podium at the final Young
People's Concert of the sea-
son 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Saturday at Ford Au-
ditorium.
The program will feature
music from Mozart to Cop-
land and the "Slim Good-
body" character from the
"Captain Kangaroo" show.
Theme of the program is
"Celebration of Yourself."
DSO Music Director
Antal Dorati will be on the
podium 10:45 a.m. today in
a concert featuring the
music of Mozart and De-
bussy. Soloist drill be DSO
principal oboist Donald
Baker.
Dorati also will con-
duct the Kresge Family
Concert 3:30 p.m. Sunday
at Ford Auditorium. The
program will feature
works by Copland and
Beethoven.
Tickets for all concerts
are available at the Ford
Auditorium box office.

Students Aid
Humane Society

The Southfield-Lathrup
High School Service Club
will hold a skating party to
benefit the Michigan
Humane Society 9 p.m.
Thursday at the Bonaven-
ture Skating Rink in Far-
mington.
For tickets, call Athena
Philis, 355-0241. Skate
rental is not included.

Library to Host
Concert Sunday

for your
listening and dancing pleasure,
Monday - Thursday from 8:30 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m.

]NORTHFIELD HILTON
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Pianist Muriel Hoptman
and violinist Malvern
Kaufman will perform the
works of Vivaldi, Respighi,
Mozart and Brahms 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the .Oak
Park Library.
The program is sponsored
by the Oak Park Arts and
Cultural Commission and
the Friends of the Oak Park
Library. Admission is free.

"More orchids to Kathy
who suggested we savor the
goulash soup and help our-
selves to the sumptuous
salad bar before she served
the filet of sole — crisp and
brown, just like we ordered
it.
"Onions to restaurants of-
fering Julienne salad with a
few skimpy shreds of tur-
key, cheese and corned beef
but enough lettuce to keep a
rabbit happy for days.
"Orchids to eating
spots that serve eggs for
lunch and realize eggs
aren't just for breakfast
anymore.
Onions to parents who
let their infants scream
through dinner or their
toddlers run around. Table
hopping is bad enough, but
when done by kids, it can be
annoying to mature diners.
"Onions to waiters and
waitresses who serve coffee
and take it for granted you
drink it black. By the time
they bring the cream, the
coffee is cold.
"Orchids to waiters and
waitresses who give you
time to relax over cocktails
and seem to have a sixth
sense about when you're
ready to order dinner.
"Onions to restaurants
where three different
waitresses ask you for
your drink order and
disappear. If you don't
feel like imbibing, you
might as well forget
about dinner because
whoever is supposed to
serve you is busy hustling
the hard stuff to other
customers.
"Orchids to the waitress
at Stage Delicatessen on
Nine Mile and Coolidge for
giving us part of the ample
salad we couldn't finish. It
was nicely wrapped in a
doggy bag and just as fresh
the next day for lunch.
"Onions to the diner who
snaps his fingers at waitres-
ses, sends back his meal and
tells them to eat it them-
selves.
"More onions to the guys
who call every waitress
`honey' in a patronizing,
chauvinistic manner that's
really the pits."

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