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26—Friday, January 14, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 1-27

ONE OF DETROIT'S FINEST SUPPER CLUB LOUNGES

I

[----- FEATURING

AT THE PIANO LIAR
SONGS WITH A FLAIR

• IUSINESSMINS LUNOKOKS
• AFTER THEATER SELECTIONS

• DINNERS

by ROBERTA BLAIR

78952 WOODWARD

In Sacks & Sono Gilbert. Hops

By Danny Raskin

1 11111 SOUTH Of 7 Mlle RD.

368-1520

The Best of
Everything

ONLY PLACE TO

GET a

German Opera Company
Cancels Israel Tour

(JTA)—The prestigious
Hamburg City Opera company an.
nounced that it has canceled its

projected Israel tour next summer
good for financial reasons.

Political circles hinted, however,
corned beef sandwich in Miami
is at the home of Hal and Flora that the real reason was fear of
a repetition of the violent anti-
ence Glist . . .

Now the head of
Playboy of Miami men's sports.
wear, Hal is an ex Detroit counter
man and still keeps his good left
hand sharp by cutting corned beef

25226 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE RD.

399-5315

BONELESS •
CHICKEN •

• kaare Pittas

• Nis

• Soothers Fried

Coney Islands
Fish, Hamburger
• Steak and A
Complete Variety
of sandwiches


Catering for
All Occosions

Clod.'
• cominatio. plates

HOURS
11 a.m. to II p.m.

Mon. Wu Thum

11 1.111.10 1 E.M.

FrL &Sat.
12 men to 10 p.m.
Smthys

COMPUTE CARRY-OUT Et DELIVERY
MR LYNCH, AND DINNER

ALL THE BUTTERMILK

PANCAKES

YOU CAN EAT

EVERY

PANCAKE
HOUSE

Per ► men

WEDNESDA

• 15313 W. I MR1 RD.
hill last rl Bushell
• WOODWARD AYE.
at
II.
• 10001 T111011eill
are Smith II.

UNCLE
JOHNS

WAR/ 171$1.21742147

Detroit Hilton Hotel

*OUR (WIC*

CHINESE FOODS

CHINA CITY

IN SOUTHFIELD
E xciting! New! Modern !
24535 West Twelve Mile Road,

West of Telegraph Road

Full course. Chinese & American Luncheons & Dinners

Telephone

all major

354-9077

credit cards
for carry.outs
• Sun, Noon to 10:30 P.M
a reservations
(facilities available for private parties,
sweet sixteena, shower', meetings, etc.)

Abe Noe City (#,1)1070 W. Huron St., Pontiac Phone 6814122

sigt

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Exotic Coektails

One of America's fin-
arirt res p te ahrr orn canf tonese

BIDDEN ,

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yt 1.077s

1
0110A KOW INN

MMAN Temple

0.•
Parking

OUR BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE ROOM IS
DELTFUL FOR SWINT
SIXTEE S ,
SHOWERS AND PRIVATE PARTIES.

Specializing in
Cantonese Food

Open Daily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. — sat. 11 am. So 2 cm.
Carry-Out Service
Free Parking
V1371$ W. 5 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
LI 741163

KIM'S GARDENS

Open Men. thru Wed, 11 a.m.-11 pee
Thurs., Fri., Sat. 11 dm:Midnight
Sunday Neen•11 P.m.

1

6337 W. McNICHOL$ RD.

SPECIAUZINO IN CANTONESE FOOD
4iiore Of NUM PARKING

PIPING HOT TAKE OUTS

BR 3-4332

W KOW INN, INC.

Open 11 coif. to
2 a.m. Dolly

Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
hl,
CARRY OUT SERVICE
EASY PARKING
r McNichols, Between Woodward and Second
su.
TO II-7530

kum Cordially Invites You to

LIMS

Open 7 Days A week 41.1
lunsh and Dimwit

OF FARMINGTON
'CANTONESE AND AMERICAN CUISINE

fester/my Two Dining Rooms and Emit Minks
In Our Coaled Lounge for Your Dining Flamm
CARRY OUT AND CATERING SEITC11

knave, Facilities Available
For 100 Peeplo

, •30687 GRAND RIVER — FARMINGTON — AMPLE PARKING 4774646

CANTONESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT—LOUNGE
NORTHLAND CENTER LOT

SUNDAY from 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Afonday•Thursday 11 am. to 12 p.m.
Friday and Saturday II am. to 1 cm.
Luncheon Family Dinners, Parties, After.Theater Snacks, Cocktails
and Carry outs
Cell 356-5293

authentic Cantonese Food

Oriental
nt al 1

25298 GREENFIELD, Near 10 Milo Rd.

543.7763
Guy Out Service

Also Serving Businessmen Lunches
and American Food
mON.-FRi., 1 i A.M. to 10:30 P.M.

SAT., 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
SUN., 12 NOON to 10 P.M.

• otiz OPEN 7 DAYS

KE 8-2860

Chinese-American Cuisine

20441 W. II MILE RD., 4 IINcs. W. of Evergreen

WING HONG

serving Weight Watcher Dinners

Cantonese Family Dinners
Orders To Take Out
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Mon. thru Fri. 11-10:30 p.m.

Clain•se-Americ•n Restaurant gat. 10.1 a.m.

Ism w. IS

4

Mile Rd. at Southfield
3534417

l

up Hal and treat yourself to what
Detroit is famous for . . a good
corned beef sandwich.

Sun. I3 - Noon - 10 p.m.

euelmesstanws soeciaLLutrat



No h ro, Food



No



For 5 to



Portring For E•eryone

FOR PARTIES

• BANQUET FACILITIES

355-2440

New: Open Sundry 11 Nose
7513 W. MeNichele Rd.
UN 544131

15 46144464mme

Bette, Facololoot

SOO People

I SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

IS FAMOUS FOR

THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE!,
.iii WHOLE

WOODWARD AT 11 .MILE RD .

JO 4-6688

ZUK1N'S

LARCO'S

Pine i► alian•Amarkum Won.
Deliciously Pepsin for Me
Discerning Tests

NORTHWOOD INN

. STUFFED WHITE FISH
• WHOLE COOKED BRISKETS
• GEFILTE FISH .
• PICKLED FISH
1 c.:F. a.:7,..".:i s,::=
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LI 1-2577

• SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA

I

WENT TO Casa Santino's with
Gerry and Bea Tapes . . . It's
in North Miami and considered
penses of the tour.
among the best . . . The food is
Well-informed sources here said
good, atmosphere beautiful and
service excellent . . . cuisine is that the Bonn government had of-
fered $75,000 and that German
Italian.
and other private sources agreed
PUMPERNICKS in Miami may to cover the balance of the
be the best the Florida city can troupe's expenses. The private
offer.
grants were suddenly canceled.
Israel Festival sources are said
SOMEONE SUGGESTED the
Japanese Steak House in Miami to believe there is a possibility
that
the Hamburg Opera will tour
Springs opposite the airport . . . It
was ah so so . . . Shrimp Tempura Israel in 1974,
wasn't too bad . . . shrimp and
vegetables cooked in sesame and
peanut oil . . . Vegetables are egg
plant, string beans, onions, car-
rots, asparagus and a zucchini
JERUSALEM — Prof. Robert L.
squash . . . It's all encased in a Green, professor of educational
paper-thin Japanese batter.
psychology at Michigan State Um
ALSO IN MIAMI SPRINGS is versity and a close associate of the
Dr. Martin Luther King, was
a place called "My Apartment," late
a guest of the Hebrew University
a small intimate room with small
recently,
grills over which you can char-
During his two week stay, Green
coal broil your own steaks.
THE FAMOUS RESTAURANT gave a series of lectures at the
on Washington Ave. in Miami University's school of education
Beach was opened in 1945 and is and met with leading Israeli edu-
considered one of the best for cators. One of the purposes of his
visit was to promote cooperation
Jewish-American dining.
between black educators in the U.S.
THE CLAM AND OYSTER BAR and Israeli educators, particularly
at Tom Jones Pub in Miami is in the area of teaching the dis-
interesting.
advantaged.
Green, himself black, is director
HERE IN DEARBORN, Cliff
Prosser is now the night manager of the Center for Urban Affairs
of the fine eatery in the Congress at Michigan State and a member of
Continental Inn on Michigan and the board of directors of the Ma•-
Miller Rd.
tin Luther King Memorial Founda-
tion. He was the director of educa-
MARVIN CHIN, owner of the
tion for the Southern Christian
new Port 0' Three on Long Lake
Leadership Conference, which was
Rd. and Telegraph, is the same
run by Dr. King.
bossman of Chin TIM on Cass

Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Closed Sunday

2493 RUSSELL

WO 3-9199
•••..m.•..•......•••••••••..•..•••••••..... •
r
....

Tiak
some
New Year's
d resolutions
with us!
..and love it l

I

For Reservations call

CR 8 3000

Michigan &Telegraph'

4111 ■ Immunek

INN

Corner Wonder, Eastern Market

OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY ONLY
SPECIAL DINNER
BAKED CHICKEN WITH RICE

Sandwich Trays and
Catering for Private
Affairs.

Mashed Potatoes, Tossed
Salad, Roll and Butter and
Dessert.

199

ALBANS
Bottle 61. Basket

188 N. Hunter
646-6553

Open 7 Days a Week
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

11•EN MOM MIN{.11•11M NNW 111•111.

Mg/

PORT 0' THREE

(FORMERLY DEVON GABLES)

3 Restaurants

Under One Roof

Seafood — Polynesian Cuisine

NOW OPEN
645-5050
Telegraph at Lone Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills

. . . The new spot has 140 em-
ployes being trained to perfec-
tion before the third restaurant
within the place is opened . ,
Now set for business is a com•
plete and we mean complete sea•
food restaurant, and a Polyne-
sian eatery . . . Plans are for a
Japanese dining spot to be
the
third, but Marvin wants his help
down pat before opening up num-
ber three That seafood menu
will absolutely astound you.

Washington Blvd. at
Grand Circus Park
(313) 965-7800

(

once at week at home . . . So
next time you're in Miami, look

German demonstrations that oc-
curred in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
during the celebration of German
Culture Week in Israel last No-
vember.
The Hamburg Opera was due to
perform during the Israeli Sum-
mer Festival of 1972.
In Jerusalem, Israel Festival
Director Zvi Propes said the
Hamburg Opera had asked for
over $215,000 to cover the ex.

Prof. Green of MSU
Guest of Hebrew -U.

Sophistica ed dining for jaded appetities. Amid the
exotic atmosphere of the Far East. Polynesian
and
Continental cuisine. Be sure
to set sail with one of the
Trader's mysterious
l)quid concoctions.
Valet 'parking.

OPEN
• Daily 11 AM. to Midnight
• Fri. I Set. 11 to 2 A.M.

BANQUETS!
MEETINGS!
PARTIES '

BONN

YOU
, R GUIDE TO

TONIGHT AND TOMORROW

!ve are the last two days for Don
Corey at Joe Rahal's 24 Karat
on Telegraph . . • Next comes
Edna Brown for a week . .
She's a singer-comedienne of the

CHICHBR BAR-B-:

RIBS

late Sophie Tucker type.

HERB REED AND THE PLAT-
TERS opening Jan. 17 at The Moon
in Hazel Park, are among the na -
tion's best vocal groups . .. Herb
originated and named them in the
early 1950 after show biz ex-
perience limited to gospel singing
in the Los Angeles area . , and
work as a parking attendant.

IF THE "Concerned Rabbi" who
wrote us about his deep Kashrut
interest means what he says, why
doesn't he sign his name? . . .
Perhaps a proper , investigation
could be made . . , As it is, an
unsigned letter can only be con-
sidered as one from some crank.
DRINK CALLED "Sweet Pa-
tootle" . . . has % dry gin , . .
V4
Cointreau and % orange
juice . .. Stir well with ice and
strain into glass.

TWO NIGHT SPOT enteries have
bitten the dust . . . Black Forest
in Royal Oak is in bankrupcy . . .
and Pietro's on Woodward and
Kirby has closed its doors.

APARTMENT LOUNGE on W.
McNichols is still doing it big with
the Mel Ball Quartet . . . The cozy
and intimate atmosphere comes
with gracious pleasantness . . .
with bossmen Jack Freed and Ray
Bressler hosting folks from just
about every walk of life , .. both
in the main room or the very
personal-like lounge within the
lounge, where a beautiful skylight
scenery and soft sofas enhance
the enchanting environment. ,

SEEING SIGNS .. . by Roy Jaf-
fee . . . in a roadside restaurant
between here and Cleveland . . .
"Eat here or we'll both starve."
FOR THE UMTEENTH time, it
is illegal in the state of Michigan
to use the word "kosher" on any
product unless it is absolutely so
. . Yet many restaurants still
offer "kosher" sandwiches in ob-
vious ignorance that they are
breaking the law ... It is permiss-
able to use "Jewish-Style" . . .
The expression, "Kosher-Style" is
also illegal . . . there is no such
thing!

• CHICKEN

• SHRIMP

Delivered "HOT" — UN 4-7700
20050 Livorno's, Just South of 8 Mile

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

AlIcINERNEY'S

ALL YOU CAN
EAT SPECIALS!

RESTAURANT

4 to 8 p.m.

Mon. & Fri.
Tues. & Thurs.
Fish & Chips . $1.49 'Chicken. . , $1.69
29501 , NORTHWESTERN, Bet. 12 11 13 Mile Rd.

Wed.
Shrimp . . . . $1.79

Last year, 5,500 youngsters from
55 different agencies in the tri-
county area spent an afternoon at
the "Greatest Show on Earth."
This year, Kramer is aiming at on
attendance of 7,000 children,

Tickets can be bought individual-

ly or in blocks by writing Metropol-
itan Society Therapy Center, 17330
Schaefer, or by calling 861-0510,

fOUTNERN

In COLD CUTS a

RIND CHICKEN

TRAYS.

$ 1 95

RESTAURANT 8. DELICATESSEN

17244 W. SEVEN MILE RD.

(5 Biks. E. of Southfield)

273-4130 per person
Open Mon. thru sat. S a.m. to f p.m.

LITTIJ ICH RWS

N HGATE

1

DEUCATESSEN RESTAURANT

OPEN Ell 1 A.M.
6 DAYS A WEEK
— Closed Tuesday
COMPLETE MAL I
WEIGHT WATCHERS MENU

Snakiest • Lunch • sandwiches

' GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mlle ltd.
Oak Park
(Greenfield Cantor)
399,3999

Dinner • Alter Theater

COMPLETE' CARRV OUT
TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS


EL. 6.9222

CLOSED SUNDAYS

CHOP HOUSE

SpmialitIng
in
serving
the
authentic French whine
— A Gourmet Delight —

C.0 001"

HOUSE
World famous steaks &
chops for over 50 years.

FREE VALET'

NIGHT PARKING

CARL'S

CHOP
HOUSE

Since 1934

Free Parking

YE 3-0700


Prime Ribs, Shish Kabob, Steaks, Chops

I4e .garm ilou3e

1128 E. NINE MILE RD. 1/2 Mile East of Chrysler Freeway

• CHOICE BEEF & PAN BUTTER LAKE PERCH
,,• HOME MADE DELICIOUS PASTRIES
A. FRESH STUFFED LOBSTER DAILY

1

BANQUET FACILITIES

AVAILABLE UP TO 300

MON.-SAT,
11:30.2:00 A.M.

LI 1.2.132

6001 WOODWARD

3 MIN. - FROM

874-0600

FISHER BLDG.

175 testing Restaurant a LIMIER
Restaurant-Cocktall Lounge
4
Spacious Private Dining
1824 W. 14 Mile Rd. FASHIOV , SHOW Roans' for Show,ers. Lunch-
eons, Banquets, etc.
(W. of Crooks Rd.)

BUFFET LUNCHEON

549-2420

MON . , 12 NOON

$2.75 pa famm

PHONE 892-9001

24300 Hoover Road • Warren, Michigan

7544330

*** I *** ********** *CONEY ISLANDS
• 73 C ONEY *
. *Ch rt 3t° 'IS LAN D * * STEAK &EGGS— $1.39
* * * ** * * ** * * *** * * * Budweiser Draft Beer on Tap -
Mee. Are Them. LSO A.M.-1411 A.M.
17314 LAHSER
'

/rWey — 1:70 A.M.4411 A.M.

leaky — 74111.11.4:110 A.M.

Seedy — MOO 5.5..10:00 P.M.

532.0602
CARRY

OUTS

Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
For Lunch, Dinner and After-
Theater Cocktails end Snacks.

Ample Frees Parking

IRON DUKE STEAK HOUSE

Between 9 6 10 Mole, 1 Mob East of Von Dyke

Italian Er
American Cuisine

ALVARO'S

• Exciting Salad Bar—Wine on Draught

There Perils, let

IDEAL FACILITIES
FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES

— SPECIALIZING IN

• Superb Steaks, Chops & Seafood
• Plush Atmosphere—Reasonable Prices

Free hale, et tie RedIerd

Open 11:30 A.M..Midn. Yves don Sot.
luncheon, Served 11:30.2,30 P.M.
Dinners 3.00-Midn.
Closed Sun. a Mon.

863-3030

963-8484

Open 11:30 cm. to 11:30 p,m.

Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 25 years. All Beef aged In our cellars.

CARSON'S

LIVERNOIS

finest

Bet. Grand River & Clifford

3020 GRAND RIVER

CHOP HOUSE

19464

(2 Blocks North of 7 Mile)

1431 TIMES SQUARE

Drive downtown to Berman's,
enjoy a fine dinner — take in
a show and don't worry about
your car, Our parking lot hours
p.m. till closing.

Circus to Benefit
Crippled Children

Fortner Detroit Lion star Ron
Kramer has been named chair-
man for the second year of the
opening day matinee of the Shrine
Circus at the State Fair Grounds
Coliseum Jan. 28. The Metropolitan
Society for Crippled Children and
Adults is sponsoring the matinee.

EMBERS

oted a j

401/11/

Mill

Ir.7-
71
V

PLAN YOUR PARTIES
WITH OUR FROZEN PIZZA

Dining and Carry-arts
17125 Conant corner East McNichols

Palombo's

Superb Italian & American Dining
EXCELLENT COCKTAILS
Dancing Tues, thru Sat.
Billy Rose Trio

i

► ACIUTIES FOR
IIANOUITS—PARTIES
LUNCHEONS, ETC.
FROM If TO Se MAI

20401 W. II Mlle (Between Evergreen A Labor) KE 34673

PARADISO

CAFEBanquet room available
Open dilly 11:30 cm.-1 cm .
Fine American and Italian Food
COCKTAIL BAR

CONEY ISLAND

20601 W. 8 MILE RD.
BET. EVERGREEN II LAHSER

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT SERVICE

!

CLOSED SUNDAYS
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3955

AVAILABLE 255.7125

The

961.2800

witIRV
VE

Pizza Salsicca •
(Chicago Style) •


_ - _ _ _

PLETE
SEAFOOD MENU
Open 7 Days

r...

151 Southfield

Rd.,

Ecorse, Nr. W. Jefferson

CLAM SHOP

Banquet
F Facilities
iti

Ph. Du 6 - 1700

TR 4-2870

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Music by Muzak

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

1

SERVING

2030 Park Ave. (1% blks. N. of bilton)

• CONTEMPORARY

EN
INMENT
. WINS ON

COCKTAI LS TAP

OPEN TUBS: SAT .
YALU PARKING
FR/ -SAT

Coming Feb. 1—THE LOVING CUP Featuring ,MARLENE HILL

DINING AND COCKTAILS

KOSTERE'S

COCKTAILS & DINING

Closed Sunday

Kenny Erg

LUNCH

NIGHTLY'
'DINNERS
AT T HE
PIANO EAR
Bonged Fedlities
FEATURING
I
SOUP .tol TUREEN
'Delicious SALAD BAR with all Dinner

Entrees

24387 W. 8 MILE RD. Ili bik. W. of Telegraph)

REi. KE 7 - 5579

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