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October 11, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-11

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 11, 1968-29

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ENJOY AN EXCITING
EVENING AT THE

PRESIDENTIAL
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The Best of Everything

BREAKFAST aim

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SPECIALS!
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS



MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 7 ILIn. 1 gun.

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CLOSED SUNDAY

Space Available for Small

meetings

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By Danny Raskin

I CARL MILLER, ex-Detroiter first
now a show biz agent with a long
I list
of familiar-sounding clients,
reminds us via the mails about the
time he took comedian Buddy
Hacket and us to a Japanese rest-
aurant in New York for sukiyaki
. We all followed the custom
of removing our shoes when we
II entered, and sat on the floor with
I everybody else . . . After Buddy's

AtARTIt'S I

Restaurant -Delicatessen

21174

Greenfield U 3-0535

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LARCO'S

TAKE THE FAMILY
OUT TO DINNER
AND A SHOW

Fine Italiaa-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the

Discenaing Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UM 2-6455

DOWNTOWN

Dine in a Serene

Oriental Setting
Featuring Authentic
Cantonese Cusine

CARRY OUT AND CATERING SEPv ICE

Open

SPECIAL PACKAGE PLAN
* Luxurious Room—Color TV

EASTMANCOLDF

Seven Days a Week ... Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Fri. &
Sat., 11 a.in. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.

3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple

Free Parking Acme. Sheet

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We Honer Diner's and American Express

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Woodward Ave. at 1 1 1/2 Mile Road

"A Culinary Treasure-Trove"

Of

Seafood Specialties

FRESH WISCONSIN FROG LEGS

We

are probably the only place in the country serving FRESH
Wisconsin Frog Legs at this time of year.

FRESH MAINE COAST LOBSTER
FRESH ROCKY MOUNTAIN BROOK TROUT
FRESH COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
FRESH LAKE ERIE PERCH
FRESH LAKE SUPERIOR WHITE FISH & TROUT
FRESH RED SNAPPER

THESE FISH ITEMS ARE SHIPPED DIRECT TO US
SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK — WHY SETTLE FOR LESS?

Also serving Dover Sole,
Shrimp, Rock Lobster

Tails, Scallops and other

Sea Food Items

of course, our excellent
Prime Ribs of Beef and Steaks
also served anytime!

Tuesday through Saturday
GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCH.
Ploys Every Night
Dinner Music frpm 6 p.m. and for Dancing after 9 p.m. Nightly

NAN CARRONE VOCALIST

Friday and Saturday 9 p.m.

RESERVATIONS: JO 4-6688

OR LI 1-2577

WOODWARD AVE. AT 111/2 MILE ROAD

mouthful, he wanted out, and
commented, "Nov I'm hip to the
bit about taking your shoes off.
This food is so lousy they're afraid'
you'll kick 'em!"
REASON WHY LARCO'S is one
of Detroit's finer Italian restau-
rants is its consistency of good
food and good service.. Visitors
to Detroit especially have made
Larco's a preferential place to f go.
A CANTONESE smorgasbord is
not new . . . In fact, across the
river in Windsor, Gans on Pitt SL,
has a complete Oriental buffet
every night until 9 p.m. and on Fri.
1 and Sat. 'til 1 a.m.
LITTLE HARRY'S on E. Jeffer-
son was once an ambassador's resi-
dence.
MARY LOEB. one of Detroit's
super waitresses, is working at the l
Esquire Delicatessen in Harvard
Row . . She was a Darby top
notch gal, and is among the best!
. . Mary's poise and pleasantness
are only surpassed by her keen
ability to take an order and serve
it with a distinctive style that puts
her in the high echelon of superb
waitresses.
THE COLLECTION of colorful
posters of world-wide scenes gives
Hugo's in the Park-Shelton Hotel,
that Bohemian atmosphere to go
with the fine Italian-French cui-
sine.
DAVE BURG at the Golden
Griddle on WoodWard nr. 1.3 Mile
Rd., has finally gotten his 69 cent
sandwich menu straightened out
and has a big sign outside adver-
tising the delicious sandwiches .
If you like, order one on a challa
roll for a special taste treat . . .
The 69 cent sandwiches include hot
pastrami, r o a s t beef, turkey,
chicken and others.
BACK IN TOWN ARE Ron Gay-
lord and Burt Holiday, who are
entertaining the homefolks during
a two-week stay that began last
Monday at The Moon Revue Sup-
per Club . . . Both grew up in the
same tough Detroit neighborhood
. . . Their names were Renaldo
Fredianelli and Ronaldo Bonaldi
Ron and Burt just picked their
stage names out of the air ... and
were part of the Gaylords of fabu-
lous fame . . . Their routines have
taken on a high gloss in an enter- ;
tainment era where performers
can dash themselves to bits with
topical and incisive material . . .
Mort Green, their mentor-manager-
writer, considers them one of the
top acts in the lucrative Las Vegas
entertainment circuit, and is not
alone in his thinking that they are ,
very close to the top as a music-
comedy duo.
FORGET ABOUT those rumors
that Darbys will not open again
. . Darby's will open as sure as
this is 1968!
AND DON'T BELIEVE any of
that junk about the Raleigh House
being sold, either!

Ceremony Marks 114th
Anniversary of Jewish
Activity in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — (JTA) — The
role of Jewish pioneers in the early
growth and development of Los
Angeles was cited at ceremonies
dedicating a California State His-
torical marker on a former ceme-
tery. in Chavez Ravine granted to
the Hebrew Benevolent Society in
1855. The society was founded in
1854 and was the first charitable .
organization in the city. The mark-
er commemorated 114 years of or-
ganized Jewish community life in
this city.

* Gourmet Dinner
* Dancing and
Top Entertainment
* Breakfast
* Tax and Gratuity

Finders Keepers...
LTrers Weepers!

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Children
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