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April 10, 1970 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-10

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Friday, April 10, 1970-43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Uld

To know how to refuse is as im-
portant as to know how to consent.
— Baltasar Gracian.

MON., TOES., WED.
SPECIAL

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

it is against the law to eat peanuts
in church or to use tomatoes in
making clam chowder . . . A citi-
zen may not carry a lunch pail
on the public streets in Riverside,
Calif., . . . and an oldie still on
Scandinavian
the books has it that you must
not peel an orange in a hotel
room anywhere in the state.
SUSSEX HOUSE dining and
INCLUDING DESSERT
wining spot on 12 Mile Rd. east
AND BEVERAGE ...
of Evergreen, is owned by Jim
Jardack, same bossman of Food
RONNIE PHILLIPS
Lanes Market on Southfield and
10 Mile Rd.
YES, THERE IS A drink called
Double Trouble . . . 3/4 Bra -Kly,
1/2 Dry Vermouth, 4 Dashes Grena-
Vocalist, Pianist — Nightly
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
dine and 1 Dash Angostura Bitters
Luncheon—Dinner—Banquets
Discerning Taste
. . . Shake well with ice and
20231 JAMES COUZENS
• BANQUET FACILITIES
at Greenfield
strain into glass.
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
345-4555
NEW AFTERGLOW bosses Dick
7523 W. McNichols Rd.
UN 2.6455
Larry and Frank McQuads are
going all out in the "new look"
at their spot . . . Its on west Mc-
Nichols, just west of Woodward,
and the authentic mid-eastern
I
belly dancing has gone over so
I
big that now both Princess Nura
I
I and Bushima are on the nightly
entertainment bill . . A stage
has been erected and now a dance
7 Days a
and Dressing
floor
is being built. . . Chef Jerry
is
ee
ells,
11
a.m.
to
9
W
I
Pappas is combining American
With Potatoes & Cole Slaw or $199
I p.m.
and
Greek
dishes for pleasureable
Tossed Salad, Roll & Butter,
Alban's
dining fare.
Dessert (Pie, Pudding or Jello.)
s
n
a
d
fehr
r
n:r
THE
CHILDREN'S
THEATER
188 N. Hunter
r i ng
presentation by Henry K. Martin,
646 - 6553
Private Offers.
"Sleeping Beauty" in the Corn-
munity Arts Auditorium at the
State Fair Grounds is excellent
. . . He and Gene Roskberg, as-
sociate producer,' alki play prom-
inent roles in the prOduction which
has been held over . . . This week-
EVERY FRIDAY $1
end will be the finale for their
Reg.
very fine adaptation of a children's
5 P.M.- 8 P.M.
$1.95
classic
. . . The kids will love it
• 10001 TELEGRAPH
—don't
let them miss "Sleeping
Near Plymouth Rd.
Beauty." . .. Show times are Sat-
• WOODWARD AVE.
urday,
11,
1 and 3, and Sunday, 1
At 14' Mile Rd.
and 3.
• 15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
LIKE
THE
GOOD OLD DAYS
Just E. of Greenfield
. . . those prices at Tigra Restau-
rant on W. 8 Mile Rd., just east of
Lahser . . . Spaghetti dinners on
Tuesdays, all you can eat, 'just
99 cents .. . Fish dinners on Fri-
days, 81.09.
MURRAY JACKMAN is one half
of the Jackman-Nichols six-man
"big Band sound every Monday
night at Rampart Street on W.
Six Mile Rd. in Livonia ... - Tues.,
Fri. and Sat. it is a quartet, and
Wed. and Thursday, a trio.
FOLKS SWEAR by the pizza
at Buddy's out E. McNichOls Rd.
"A NEW CONCEPT IN
. . . They say there's none better.
TAKE-HOME DINING"
FOR THOSE WHO LIKE to
make salad dressings, . . . a little
=IN I ■
COUPON
• ■ 1. •••• l■
Worcestershire sauce is good in
a dressing for any salad with
tomatoes in it . . . And here's the
recipe
for a vinaigrette dressing,
(Choice of Following)
. . . Ingredients: basic French
• Fish & Chips
• White Fish
dressing,
onions (finely chopped),
• Fried . Chicken
I • Bor-B-Q Ribs
chives, parsley, hard-cooked egg
• Fried Shrimp
• tar-B-Q Lamb
(chopped) and dill or sour pickles
(chopped) . . . This, a variation
I
of French dressing, is used for
many vegetables, certain seafood
and most dishes . . . Other herb
SPAGHETTI SERVED WITH ALL RIBS & WHITE FISH
flavors may be added according
to how they suit.

SMORGASBORD

$495

SKANDLN

DON'T BELIEVE THOSE UGLY
rumors about a popular new
Northwest eatery "going out of
business already" . . . Folks who
start these rumors are such very
little people!
IN EVANSVILLE, IND. it is
against the law to sell hamburgers
on Sunday, . . . and in nearby
Iowa, it is illegal to serve food in
poolrooms or barber shops . . .
Des Moines also has a regulation
forbidding booths or partitions in
restaurants . . . In Massachusetts,

Your Choice of Roast Beef
or Roast Turkey

TAKE THE FAMILY
OUT TO DINNER AND A SHOW

6116 n gliatak

TIGRA

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

FISH & CHIPS •

96c

NO ORDER TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE

Rib A. glaatak

CARRY-OUT

a.

DELIVERY

i,44-17****4-47W4 274-7-104-*.

* VINCE MANCE

APPEARING NIGHTLY
• Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to
4 p.m.
• "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
• Show Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
All Credit Cards Honored

4144 12 MILE RD., Berkley

(JUST E. OF GREENFIELD)

Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. & Sun.
12 Noon -10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 12 Noon-12 p.m.
PARKING IN THE REAR

399-4647

18632 W. McNichols

7 Elks. W. of Southfield Xwy

PLANNING
A

Leave the details

BRUNCH

We'll cater

to us.

10 a.m. to
your .9010 affair
2 p.m.
in the home, of-
All You Sio)95 flee or hall of
your choice .
Can Eat L
or in our own

Pizzeria

Restaurant

Children son25 private banquet
Under 10 A
roam.

21639 W. 8 MILE RD.

18100 WEST TEN MILE

537-6770

PHONE: 352-8440

AT SOUTHFIELD

(11/2 Blk. E. of Lahser)

AUTHENTIC EXOTIC DANCING

From 6 to 9 p.m.... Featuring The Body Rhythms of

PRINCESS NURA and BUSIMA

• Complete Dinners

• Luncheons Daily

Enjoy Our Excellent Cuisine & Choice Cocktails

ait shgto.w ofolincpz.

I Attendant P;iavra:ieng

Detroit's Most Intimate Supper Club

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)

863-3611

THE SUSSEX HOUSE

Fine Dining and Cocktails
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A.M.

FEATURING PRIME BEEF FROM

LANES

FOOD

MARKET

WE WILL BE OPEN FOR

• ; BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

MOTHER'S DAY

Secure Your
Reservations Early

• (FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
7lBANOUETS — SHOWERS
EDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS

352,2233

LAST WEEKEND!

HENRY K. MARTIN PRESENTS
THE CHILDREN'S THEATRE CLASSIC
-

SLEEPING BEAUTY

!n_,0

U

Oo

FOOD
TO GO

(Not Included In Coupon Offer)

SUNDAY

Open 7 Days
Mon. thru Thurs., 4:30.12:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. tit 3:30 a.m.
Sun. HI 11:30 p.m.

GENE ROSENBERG—ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

dr3

"It Sure Is Real Good!"

Scott David Raskin
8-year-old son of Danny Raskin

COMMUNITY ARTS AUDITORIUM
MICHIGAN STATE FAIRGROUNDS-
ENTER GATE 2 (on State Fair)

Sat., April 11, shows at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. a 3 p.m.
Sun., April 12, shows at 1 p.m. IL 3 p.m.

ADMISSION $1.50

N
– 7 7 71*

Tickets At Door

For Information MI 7-7594

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GORDON'S KITCHEN

With Purchase of 1 Bar-B-0 Ribs Dinners

From
Noon
Lunch
To
Closing

no t

1 09

Incl. Salad,
French Fries,
Bread & Butter

ONE DINNER FREE

I

cmd,

EVERY FRIDAY
FISH DINNER

FISH DINNER

09

99c

ALL YOU CAN
EAT1

I
I

BOTTLE & BASKET

YOU'LL
MEET
EVERY-
BODY
WHO IS
ANYBODY
AT

EVERY TUESDAY
SPAGHETTI DINNER

LARCO'S

SUN. & MON.
SPECIAL

••

Translation
Translation from one language
to another is like viewing a piece
of tapestry on the wrong side
where though the figures are dis-
tinguishable yet there are so many
ends and threads that the beauty
and exactness of the work is ob-
scured. —Cervantes.

OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.—CLOSED MONDAYS

HOT 'n READY 3 to 6 p.m. or COLD FOR HEAT 'n SERVE



Kishke • Sweet & Sour Meat Balls • Chicken
Steak
• Stuffed Cabbage
• Chicken Fricassee

• Pepper
• Farfel

& Mushrooms • Kugels • Gefilte & Pickled Fish • Knishes
• Soups: Mushroom Barley, Chicken, Kreoloch, Matzoh Ball, etc.

SPECIAL ORDERS

• DELI TRAYS

HCRS

Elq

CARRY OUT

EVERGREEN & 12 MILE RDS.

• HOT MEALS

OEVRFS

DIE

ill'

Elk;
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• Meat Knish • Cocktail Franks • Kishka • Meat Balls
• Cabbage • Mushrooms (stuffed or breaded) • Fried Chicken

PASSOVER. DINNERS
Carry Out
or
357-5948
Delivery

DE

531-8877
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