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August 31, 1984 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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Friday, August 31, 1984

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PLEASE JOIN US FOR

DINING & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

1/2 PRICE OFF

Featuring The Finest Italian-American Foods
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OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAY 4 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

ON DINNER FOR YOU & GUEST

'DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS!

With This Coupon

• FAMOUS VEAL DISHES • STEAKS • PRIME RIB
• PASTA • PIA
BAKED FISH
LENNY
AT THE PIANO BAR

WHEN A SECOND DINNER OF EQUAL
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GOOD SUN. THRU SAT. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Expires 9/15/84

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24815 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 10 MILE

MON. THRU SAT.

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HARMONIE

TUES. THRU SAT.



fielders shudder ... the ball
scoots to them so fast .. .
and outfielders get cramps
keeping ordinary singles
from becoming doubles, tri-
ples or inside-the-park
home runs.
Back to Detroit on Sun-
day ... after making eggs
and onions to go with
bagels, cream cheese and
sable brought over to Les
and Fran's by former De-
troiter Kenny Maier . . .
Another very fine flight by
Republic.

PARK

will be transformed into a
bustling marketplace 5:30
to 10 p.m. Sept. 14 when De-
troit Artists Market pre-
sents its fourth annual
"Party In The Park — A
Celebration Of The Market"
... Annual membership
drive event will preview
opening art exhibition of
1984-1985 season.
Harmonie Park mar-
ketplace will be complete
with bands, crates, barrels
and baskets overflowing
with food and wine, bales of
hay and flower sellers ...
Street characters providing
entertainment for the
guests will include gym-
nasts, guitarists, magi-
cians, jugglers, clowns, fire
eaters and puppeteers.
A focal point of the eve-
ning will be a "seeing-
doing-eating" extravaganza
raffle ... 15 special pack-
ages have been donated ...
Reservations can be had by
calling Detroit Artists
Market, 962-0337, or
there'll be tickets at the
door.
BUGS BEDDOW, jazz
trombonist, and his group,
appears Thursday through
Saturday, Sept. 6-22 at
Murdock's, Crooks Rd.,
Rochester . . . Jazz flutist
Alexander Zonjic is on
Wednesdays, Sept. 5
through 26.
MAIL DEPT.... "Many
thanks for your valued and
informative column in
which you assess the many
dining establishments in
the Greater Metro Detroit
area. It is a welcome boon to
those of us who do most of
our dining out. Your nam-
ing waiters and waitresses
who are especially efficient
and kind is a plus factor in
making dining out a pleas-
ant experience. It is amaz-
ing how many non-smiling
and surly serving profes-
sional people there are
around. These persons tend
to turn one off from
patronizing an otherwise
really good restaurant.
"It is a joy to be served by
a person with a ready smile
and helpful suggestions to
assist one in making menu
selections. "I have learned
that where the owner, hos-
tess or manager 'run a tight
ship' the service is most
times above par."

-

Harry J. Gunsberg

"P.S. 'wonder if any of

your readers were members
of the January 1928
graduating class of College
High School which was es-
tablished for just a few
years in the old building on
Cass Avenue when Central
High moved to new quarters
on Linwood?"
EVER HAVE a hanker-
ing to sing that ringing bar-
bershop harmony on the
"good old songs?" . If so,
you're invited to attend fall
open house of Motor City
Chorus, 8 p.m. Sept. 10,
Westminister Presbyterian
Church. Outer Drive at
Hubbell in Detroit.
The chorus is part of De-
troit No. 1 Chapter of
Society for the Preservation
and Encouragement of
Barber Shop'Quartet Sing-
ing in America . . . It was
the first official
S.P.E .B.S. Q.S.A. chapter
east of the Mississippi.
Visitors to the open house
will be invited to "sing
along," and can even stand-,
in with the chorus on the
"risers" if they like, in sing-
ing that famous four-part
barbershop harmony.
There is no admission or
refreshment charge at the
open house.

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Art association
offers 12-week
fall schedule

The Birmingham Bloom-
field Art Association intro-
duces a new, 12-week term
with its 1984 fall schedule of
classes and workshops. The
expanded program is of-
fered in response to requests
from former students who
have expressed an interest
in having the opportunity to
do more extensive study
with popular Art Associa-
tion instructors.
There is also a variety of
10, six and five week classes
as well as one, two, and
three day workshops avail-
able for enrollment.
For a free schedule with
registration information
and full class listings, call
the BBAA office, 644-0866
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday
and Saturdays after Labor
Day.

Circus comes
to Detroit

The Ringling Bros. and
Barnum and Bailey Circus
will return to the Joe Louis
Arena Sept. 28 through Oct.
7 for 17 shows.
Tickets. are available at.
the Joe Louis Arena box
office and all Ticket World
Outlets.
Tickets are also available
by mailing a 'self-addressed
stamped envelope to: Ringl-
ing Bros. and Barnum and
Bailey Circus, Joe Louis.
Arena, 600 Civic Center
Drive, Detroit, Mich, 48226.

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