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January 10, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-10

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, January 10, 1969

A new vaccine can eradicate Rh
disease which threatens thousands
of newborn babies annually in the
US., reports the March of Dimes.

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The Best of Everything

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EARLY BIRD

CLOSED SUNDAY

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Space Available for Small
Meetings

LARCO'S

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Restaurant - Delicatessen

21174 Greenfield U 3-0535 •
Green-8 Shopping Center
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EMPRESS
GARDEN

Fine ttalian-Amsatican Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Tad*

• BANQUET FACILITIES
war: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7223 W. McNichols Rd. UN 14453

SPer.lailzing. in Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
. II Mile and Lahser Rd.
Open Mon. thru Fri. 11 a_m_40:30 p.m.
Sat_ 11 a.m. - 11•30 p.m.; Sun. Noon - 10:30 p.m
Orders To Take Out 3564750

7010.

al-time/10.w crew/wiz

invites you to enjoy...

CHICO HOLIDAY

Sensational Songster-Guitarist

Luncheons Daily • Complete Dinners

Ample Parking

afirmglow of.o.untlz

248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)

868-3611

BOBBY LAUREL TRIO

NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY AT DETROIT'S
MOST INTIMATE & EXCITING LOUNGE
• Complete Leaches 11 a.m. to
4 p.m.
• "Happy Hoar" Cocktail Time
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

• Show Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

All Credit Cards Honored

18632 W. McNichols

2 elks. W. of Southfield Xvii

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By Danny Raskin

IT MAY NOT BE as pretentious
a place as its Toronto namesake,
but Julie's Italian Restaurant on
"-- BREAKFAST CLUB
W. Eight Mile Rd. in the shopping
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center just east of Lahser makes a
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big bid for recognition with its
very fine food . . . Everything is
SPECIALS!
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS I home cooked and delicious—espe-
cially the pizza, spaghetti and spare
▪ MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m.
ribs . . . Chris and Julie Fucinari

FRI. 8. SAT. 7 s.as.-1 a.m.
had a place in Dearborn called

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U.S. Mint to Strike Israel Commemoratives

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• LOUNGE

H's not lust (Cis food (which Is fabulous) or the service (which

is spa -cular)— It's our attitude (which is dedicated to
making your banquet an A-1 success):
Featuring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris With the
Lenny Schick Trio 6 Nights a Week. Closed Sunday.

Businessmen's Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving from 11 A.M. to 2 A.M.

16890Telegraph (southbf McNichols
538-4455
538-4456

Chris' Pizzeria eight years ago ...
and are back from California about
two years . . . They took over the
spot formerly known as Verdi's,
and what an unbelieveable differ-
ence! . . . Not only was the name
changed, but the pleasant clean
atmosphere is in good company
with the very delectable food .. .
Julie's on W. Eight Mile Rd. is one
of those unsung restaurants folks
are mighty glad to hear about . . .
The hours are also amazing . . .
Tues., Wed. and Thurs. IR 3 a.m.,
Fri. and Sat. 3:30 a.m., and
Sun. 'til 1 a.m. . . . Its quite the
spot for after hours dining ... The
menu stays the same regardless
what time it is!
38 YEARS AGO AT the Pacific
Gards on Linwood, owner George
Lim's son Fon, started out as a
waiter and spoke very limited Eng-
lish . . . To one of his first custom-
ers, Fon asked, "Coffee or tea?"
. . The gent said, "Later" and
poor Fon was a very confused boy
. . . He didn't know what "Later"
was until George reassured him
that it wasn't something to drink
. . . Today Fon is a photographic
expert with General Motors . . .
and one of the owners with brother
George of Acing Palace in North-
land (Lot D), where the very tasty
Cantonese food is combined with a
fine cocktail lounge for double treat
enjoyment.
THIS IS THE FINAL weekend at
The Afterglow Lounge on W. Mc-
Nichols for songster-guitarist Chico
Holiday.
MARY BARNEY HAS been a
waitress at Berman's Chop House
for 16 years . . . and is without a
doubt one of the finest in Detroit
. . . Mary bears a mark of excel-
lence as she goes about her fan-
tastic ways at Berman's with the
type of waiting on tables in the
evenings that brings a seemingly
lost art back out into the open .
The food at Berman's is marvelous
. . and Mary Barney makes it
taste even better by her magnifi-
cent ability as a super waitress!
BOBBY LAUREL AT the Apart-
ment Lounge on W. McNichols may
soon appear on the Johnny Carson
"Tonight" show . . . His album,
"Beautiful Days of My Youth" on
the MGM label is getting a big play
from local disc jockeys who have
started what is certain to be a
nationwide chain re a ction on
Bobby's fine album.
STILL RANKED ON TOP by
visitors to Detroit is Chung's at
Cass and Peterboro . . . about a
block south of Masonic Temple .
The Cantonese food at Chung's is
superbly prepared in delectable
fashion that makes for continuous
delight . . . The egg rolls are ex-
ceptional at Chung's ... They have
a casting, recipe for which is a
generation to generation secret
and delicious beyond description.
EVERY SO OFTEN this story
crops up and is attributed to a dif-
ferent person . . . B. Harris Lloyd

NEW YORK—Israel's 1969 Inde- rate the nation's fallen in the three
pendence Day commemorative wars fought since 1948.
Since the biggest market for Is-
coins will be struck by the U.S.
Mint, according to a report in the rael's commemorative coins is in
forthcoming issue of the Journal the United States, Israel will save
of Israel Numismatics, to be pub- costs of transportation to the U.S.
In some previous instances, due to
lished at the end of January.
If past custom is followed, the time problems, Israel coins had to
U.S.-minted Israel commemorative be shipped to New York by air.
An unprecedented demand for
coins will go on sale in the United
States April 23, the date on which Israel's coin sets — both previous
issues
as well as the newly' minted
Israel's Independence Day falls
this year. Mintage of the coin is 1969 set — was registered by some
expected to be 100,000, of which 4,000 banking offices all over the
30,000 are expected to be in proof world during the Israel Coin Week,
Dec. 9-16.
condition.

Denomination of the silver coin
People care more about being
commemorating Israel's 21st anni- thought to have taste than about
versary of independence will be 10 being thought either good, clever,
Israel pounds. The obverse will or amiable. —Samuel Butler.
mark Israel's desire for permanent
peace. The reverse will commemo-

Lido Spa Appointment
Lido Spa Hotel of Miami Beach
announces the appointment of Miss
Bea Kalmus to the position of vice
president for entertainment.

"Kosher Catering At Its Best!"

864-4757

IMPERIAL CATERING

DOWNTOWN

Dine in a Serene
Oriental Setting
Featuring Authentic
Cantonese Cosine

CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE

Open Seven Days a Week . . . Mon. thru Thurs., 21 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Fri. &
Sat., 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.

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

Free Parking Across Street

TE 1 - 1100

We Honor Diner's and American Express

The Original

Restaurant

Now Located at 11 Mile & Lahser Rd.
In the Harvard Row Shopping Center

IS AGAIN SPECIALIZING IN OUR

FAMOUS
SUNDAY BREAKFASTS










OUR MENU INCLUDES, IN ADDITION TO
REGULAR BREAKFAST ITEMS, THE FOLLOWING
Bagels, Lox and Cream Cheese
Fried Kippers with Onions
Fried Herring with Onions
Marinated and Matjes Herring
Smoked Sable and White Fish
Lox and Eggs With or Without Onions
OUR OWN Gefilte Fish and Pickled Trout
OUR OWN Cheeze Blintzes and Potato Pancakes

Another Specialty of Ours Is

A COMPLETE Line of Delicatessen

Full Carry-Out Service and

Tray Catering For All Occasions

VISIT US SUNDAY OR
ANY MORNING AND ENJOY
OUR FINE FOOD !

is the gent telling this year's ver-
sion of the rabbi who visited a
Jewish restaurant on New York's

lower east side ... He was served
by a Chinese waiter who made sug-
gestions and then took his order,
all in Jewish . . After the dinner,
the rabbi called over the proprie-
tor, a friend of his . . . "Tell me,"
he whispered, "Isn't it extraordi-
nary that you have a Chinese
waiter who speaks Jewish?" .. .
"Shhhh," motioned the restaura-
teur. "He thinks he's learning Eng-
lish."

BILL KOZIN and
LARRY HOROWITZ

The Original

Restaurant

353-4999

21754 W. 11 Mile Rd.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
7 A.M. TO 10 P.M.

353-4899

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