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June 27, 1986 - Image 52

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-27

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TIRED OF THE SAME
OLD BANQUET SCENE?

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4033 W. 12 MILE, 3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
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Berkley

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SET A NEW STANDARD FOR YOUR PARTY
BY ENTERTAINING YOUR GUESTS IN
THE NEW BANQUET FACILITIES AT
THE PIKE STREET COMPANY.
WHETHER YOU'RE IN CHARGE OF ORGANIZING
A BUSINESS LUNCHEON FOR 25 PEOPLE
OR A COCKTAIL PARTY FOR 200 PEOPLE
IT WILL BE AN EVENING YOU WILL BE PROUD TO HOST.

• HOLIDAY PARTIES
• GOING AWAY PARTIES
• BABY SHOWERS
• AWARDS BANQUETS
• CLUB MEETINGS
• FUND RAISERS
• BREAKFASTS
• BRUNCHES
• ANY EVENT

BAR MITZVAH/BAT MITZVAH
WEDDINGS — RECEPTIONS
WEDDING SHOWERS
RETIREMENT PARTIES
DINNER PARTIES
BUSINESS SEMINARS
FAMILY REUNIONS
HIGH SCHOOL REUNIONS
DANCES











CONTACT JEAN BRIM AT 334-7878

MONDAY-FRIDAY FROM 10 a.m. UNTIL 6 a.m..

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The Pike Street
Company Restaurant

Pike Street
Company

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Restaurant

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
• Cocktails •
Nortkwestera Hwy. at Inkster Rd.

Southfield

Reservations
Suggested

MON. THRU FRI. DINNER SPECIALS
SHRIMP & CHICKEN STIR-FRY W/COCONUT CURRY SAUCE
PETITE FROGLEGS

MAGIC MEMORIES BEGIN

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Wishing You The Very Best On Your
Wedding Day

Select The Perfect Hotel For Your Out-Of-Town
Guests. Your Guests Will Receive Service And Value,
Enjoy Our Complimentary Breakfast And Relax In Our
Indoor Recreation Area

$45

$8.95

$8.25

$11.95

SLAB OF BARBECUED RIBS FOR TWO

INCLUDES: TOSSED SALAD, POTATO, FRESH VEGETABLE & BREAD BASKET

FRESH ENGLISH DOVER SOLE
FILLETED TABLESIDE

Valet
Parking

plus lax per night

Friday, Saturday or Sunday

DISCOVER

A UNIQUE APPROACH
TO CHUCK MUER DINING
milt,/ „ toil solt

At Meriwether's you can enjoy Chuck

Muer's best - the freshest seafood
available.

But we've also created a menu that
will satisfy the most hard to please
palate.

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Try our delicious PRIME RIB,
mouth watering LOBSTER TAILS,
savory ORIENTAL STIR FRYS, and
hot TEACUP BREAD, served with
honey cinnamon butter.

Pia'a to

So stop by for LUNCH or DINNER
and discover us for yourself.

Call about our special gift
to you

(313) 356-5500

27500 Northwestern Hwy.
Just East of Telegraph
Southfield

Advance Reservations
Required

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Friday, June 27, 1986

THE

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Detroit Science Center is
sponsoring a computer generated
graphics show and Children's
Day at the University Cultural
Center in Detroit.
The graphics show is now being
displayed through July 14 except
on Mondays and admission in-
cludes a movie until July 10.
Those who come to Children's
Day on June 27 will be able to
kick off the festivities by par-
ticipating in a parade that begins
at 9:30 a.m. at the science center.
For information on both events
call the University Cultural Cen-
ter office, 831-1811.

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. 1 !ochutifittuvel-
litiepiwother's

Telegraph Road north of 10 Mile, Southfield
For reservations 358-4950

Children's Play
At Hilberry

I Didn't Know That!, a revue for
children, makes its Hilberry
Summer Theatre Festival debut
on Monday at 10:30 a.m., and con-
tinues through July 19. Perform-
ances are Monday through Fri-
day, at 10:30 a.m., except July 14,
when the matinee begins at 1 p.m.
There is one Saturday matinee on
July 19, at 11 a.m. There is no
performance July 4.
Tickets and information are
available at the Wayne State
University Theatre box office,
577-2972.

Southfield Plans
Summer Concerts

Southfield will sponsor two free
concert series this summer,
Plazafest at 11:45 a.m. Thurs-
days at the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter, and Concerts in the Park, at
7 p.m. Sundays at the "Sun Bowl"
on the grounds of the Prudential
Tow Center.
Plazafest will begin Thursday.
Concerts in the Park begin July
6.

Institute of Arts
Run Canadian Films

Of course this is just a sampling of our
fare. And it's not all you'll enjoy. Our
old English style charm, and
reasonable prices win praise too.

• 153 GUEST ROOMS • FREE IN-HOME MOVIES • COMPLETE FITNESS ROOM
• WHIRLPOOL • SWIM YEAR-ROUND IN OUR LARGE INDOOR POOL
• JUST MOMENTS AWAY FROM NUMEROUS RESTAURANTS AND MALLS

Science Center
Hosts Activities

Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757

EVERYDAY DINNER SPECIAL

18 W. Pike Street • Pontiac, MI 48058

LOCAL NEWS

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A collection of ten Canadian
films selected by 100 world critics
and academics, will be presented
at the Detroit Institute of Arts as
the museum's participation in the
International Freedom Festival.
All showings will be at 8 p.m.
from Saturday to July 7 arid there
is a fee except next Tuesday. Tic-
kets for that day are free due to
the celebration of Canada Day.

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Music Company
Performs Concert

The Detroit Music Company
will perform music from the big
band era on Thursday at 11:45
a.m. at the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter. Admission is free and open to
the public.

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