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September 14, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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ADAM'S
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BUY 1-GET1 FREE

416 rr

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PRIME RIB
DINNERS

(140N. & TUES. EVES.

a ANCING---

, MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCH1C

• UARTET

ANGEL'S

LISTENING

POST

HOUR GLASS

1030 W. McNICHOLS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

538-41350

NEW

HELLAS

CAFE

SHISH KEBAB

LAMB & RICE

STEAKS & CHOPS

GREEK SALADS

SEAFOOD



583
MONROE

IN
GREEKTOWN

Nine times out of ten you'll
find
No matter where you roam,
The big voice at the office
Is the little squeak at home.

HELEN ROSENBERG,
whose City of Hope Cancer
Fighters were among the CH
groups that so successfully
ran bingo at this year's State
Fair, tells of the girl getting
a job wrestling octopi . . .
and darned good at it, too
. . . She told Helen about
receiving her training going
to a drive-in movie with a
different fellow every eve-
ning.
SIGHTSEEING AT t h e

Lof

DOWNTOWN YPSILANTI, MICH.

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IIAA

4 .i-8260

483-8201

ar l y _American

DINING ROOMS

A Time to Relax ande,
Enjoy Pleasant Company

SEA FOOD
* COCKTAILS
* STEAKS
* PARTY
CATERING

Amid pleasant surroundings,
with excellent food, top serv-
ice . . . dinner for two is a
wonderful way to spend an
evening. Take it from us!

rl

When Was The Last Time
You Paid Us A Visit?

DID YOU KNOW THAT .. .

1. We serve complete dinners,

including our famous salad

bar, for as low as $5.85?

2. You can enjoy a choice of

cocktails in our "Mushroom

Cellar," the most uniquely

designed lounge in Michigan?

3. All our French pastries are

baked on the premises?

4. We feature a large after-

theater menu until 11 p.m.,

Mon.-Fri. and 12 Midnight

on Sat.?

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

CORNER Of SOUTHFIELD RD.

358-1336

DAILY HOURS
MON.-FRI. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
SAT. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
Closed Sundays

Ai..

Probus Club meeting . . .
with Jimmy Hoffa speaking
on wiretapping . . . Renee
and Manny Leonard remi-
niscing about son Norbert,
climbing the walls with out-
stretched hands and feet .. .
He's 21 now and says, "Who,
me?" . . . Trudy Danzig
(Howard's frau) looking over
men's clothes . . . She has
shop with Eileen Bluestone
in Charter House . . . Dave
Aaron (Dorothy's hubby) the
only gent with a bow tie .. .
even though it's supposed to
be chic today.
RENEE JOSEPHSON, 16,
and her 7- to 17 - year - old
neighbor youngsters, raised
$400 for the Jerry Lewis
Muscular Dystrophy Fund
. . . with their recent Swim-
athon (so much a lap) that
lasted from Friday till Sun-
day.
QUITE A FEW NAMES
of Jewish ballplayers are left
out of Irving Leitner's book,
"Baseball — Diamond in the
Rough," which was articled
in a recent isue of the Jew-
ish News . . . "What about
me?" asks Myron "Joe"
Ginsberg, who caught for the
Detroit Tigers among other
teams . . . Also, how about
Saul Rogovin, ex-Tiger
pitcher.
FAVORITE BASEBALL
STORY told to Joe is that of
Frankie Frisch, Fordham's
greatest contribution to big
league baseball, and Bill
Klem, toughest and most
deeply respected umpire in
National League history, con-
ducting a long-time feud that
erupted at least four times
every season . . . Once, when
Klem called out a Cardinal
runner on a close play at
third, Frisch, coaching there,
let out the expected shriek of
protest, then clutched a hand
over his heart and collapsed
on the ground . . . The play-
ers and the fans in the stands
were panicked — but not old
Bill Klem . . . He shoved his
way through the crowd of
players, glared down at the
prostrate Frankie, and
roared, "Frisch, you faking
bum, dead or alive, you're
out of the game!"
AL NETTLE SWEARS this

DELICIOUS

FOODS

"Ready for the Tables"

15511 JAMES COUZENS

864-3633 or 963-5594

After 5, call 861-4332

%cards

LET US PROVIDE YOU WITH

• PARTY TRAYS
• COCKTAIL HORS D'OEVRES
• BUFFETS

VISIT OUR EARLY AMERICAN DINING ROOM

EASTERN SEABOARD NIGHT
EVERY FRIDAY
Serving Complete Dinners 12
Noon to iG o.m. Featuring

Mony Seafood ''oyorites,
Novo Soctio
Filet or Sole, Pan T•ried P , ckere ,
ono Carrioeon 6rcuaer.

<Riding:

LOUISIANA SPECIAL
EVERY SATURDAY
Complete Dinners 2 Noon to
t, in o.m. t'eatur ■ ng Peet Ribs

Diablo ono

, Thicken

Cori,

OLD AMERICAN FAMILY DINNER DAY
Featurma "roods From
, QmPlete Di nners
E31,1

SO4C)

Early American Heritage Recipes ' P•m• to 9 P•m•
An Dinners Include Docaro's Special Dessert BuHe

• DINNERS
• BOX LUNCHES
• BOX DINNERS

ALL TRAYS & BOXES DISPOSABLE
WE DO COMPLETE CATERING FOR

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
o BANQUETS

LARCO'S

544-1240

Danny Raskin's

COMPLETE

.y

• DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
happened . . . A customer THE
Friday, Sept. 14, 1973-27
brought his son into the

Charter House Barber Salon
because he couldn't stand his
boy's long hair any longer
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
and ordered Al to give him a
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste
crew cut . . . He did just that

BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR PARTIES
and the customer discovered
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
he'd been bringing up some-
body else's son! (Well, al-
• 7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
most, says Al.)
"WHAT DO YOU MEAN,
clean up places?" says Mic-
key Nunnally. "I own a jani-
torial service!" . . . Ask Al
Rubin for a joke, and this
much-traveled likeable guy
will always pull one out of
his bag . . . Pointing to
Marty Weinstock's beard, a
little girl asked her mother,
"Does anything grow in
there?" . . . "I sure hope
not shuddered Marty.
BUMPER STICKER on a
meat delivery truck, spotted
by Rae Kendler, "If you
voted for Nixon, you don't
We present to you a truly fine restaurant .
have a beef."
CONTINENTAL CUISINE with all of the best
THE RABBI WAS, without
accoutrements, in a majestic atmosphere, for your
question, the world's worst
golfer . . . One day, on a
enjoyment and pleasure. Originally, our building
fairly long, straight hole, he
was a church, constructed in 7885. We have tried to
uncorked a towering drive
retain the Gothic design and as much of the interior
dead to the pin . .. The ball
as possible, while renovating the structure into a
hit the hard turf and began
rolling . . . As if drawn by
Castle — complete with Moat and Drawbridge, in
magnet, it continued to roll
the heart of the charming City of Northville.
—over the apron, across the
RESERVATIONS WELCOMED EXCEPT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
front of the green on and on
TUES. THRU FRL
toward the flag . . . Finally,
UNCH 11:304:30—DINNER 5:30-1 0 P.M.
SAT. 5:30-10PM
with its last shudder of mo-
SUN. 2-8PM
mentum it dropped into the
cup . . . The astounded rabbi
oll roads load to
turned his eyes toward
Heaven "F a t h e r please"
he begged. "I'd rather do it
myself!"

• POOLSIDE PARTIES
.1 TENNIS PARTIES
• ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.

AND ALL OCCASION HOME PARTY
ARRANGEMENTS. 1 4CUR DELIVERY WITHIN
THE HOME i'OR PARTIES 10 OR MORE.
I DAY NOTICE ON OUR DELIGHTFUL DINNERS

WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN COMPLETE PARTY PLANNING

GlitePratubriav

145 N. CENTER ST., NORTHVILLE

State Campgrounds

Michigan now has 557 pri-
vate licensed campgrounds
containing sites for 35,604
recreational vehicles. T h c
Michigan private camp-
grounds survey is contained
in a 1973 booklet available
from Michigan Mobile Home
and Recreational Vehicle In-
stitute, 19045 Farmington, Li-
vonia.

Phone 349-4885

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4



To apologize is to lay a
foundation for a future of-
fense.—Ambrose Bierce.

Discovery!

ART INSTITUTE
CONCERT SERIES

18th annual presentation
by impressario Mrs. Edith
J. Freeman sponsored for
the public by the muse-
um's Founders Society.

Fri., Oct. 12
Garrick Ohlsson,
Pianist

1970 Chopin Winner at
Warsaw

Fri., Nov. 2
Houston Ballet

Young Company's
Detroit Debut

Wed., Nov. 7
Inbal Dance Theatre

Superb Israeli
Folk Troupe

Fri., Jan. 25
Louis Falco
Dance Company

Stylish Contemporary
Group

Wed., Mar. 13
Frans Brueggen
Alan Curtis

.29515
SOUTHFIELD RD., North of 12 Mile l
• ACROSS FROM SOUTHFIELD SHOPPING PLAZA ♦

4

COMPLETE MENU SPECIALS DAILY, MON. thru SUN. •
INCLUDING GROUP DINING FACILITIES

4

FRIDAYS — FRESH WHITE FISH DINNERS (All You Can Eat) •
SUNDAYS — FAMILY STYLE BREAKFAST & CHICKEN DINNERS
EAT IN OUR SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OR CALL
FOR CARRY-OUT — 352-5796 or 355-0434




4

17th Cent. Opera
La Daphne

Fri., April 26

Christopher
Parkening



SPECIALS AVAILABLE ONLY AT OUR

SOUTHFIELD ROAD LOCATION

♦ COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES
UP TO 250 PEOPLE


IN THE LOWER LEVEL OF
OUR SOUTHFIELD STORE






• SWEET SIXTEENS
• SHOWERS
• BOWLING PARTIES
• SALES MEETINGS
AND ALL OCCASION AFFAIRS
FEATURING EXCELLENT CHOICES OF MENU

4

♦ ' LET US HELP YOU PLAN



YOUR PERFECT AFFAIR!

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS an
TO ORGANIZATIONS

Young Star Guitarist

Season of 7: 538 ,, rch., 533
loge, S27 bale. Additional 10%
off for Founders .nembers.
Cal! 831-4680 for reservations
or brochure. The Detroit in-
stitute of Arts.


• •




PRIVATE ROOMS FOR . . . 4
• WEDDINGS
• • BAR MITZVAS

Duo recorder,
harpsichord

Fri., Mar. 29
N.Y. Pro Musics
Antigua



OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK .

7



CALL

a 8 4140•60
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