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October 12, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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eternity since the fractured THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 12, 1973-23
foot, going through a couple
of operations and wearing
nothing but a cast, bandages
The Entire Staff of
and a surgical shoe . . . Feels
kind of funny . . but sure
mighty good!
FAMILY RESTAURANT
SID SHAYNE, Oak Park
councilman for so many
"The Finest Food For The Nicest People"
years, keeps a "kosher of-
fice" with the refrigerator at
2150 Woodward, (or. Square Lake Rd. King s=7,..ter)
his 10 Mile insurance spot
stocked with goodies like
AUTHENTIC
Rokeach's chicken soup . . .
and it rubs off on people who
,GREEK SALADS_
enjoy visiting him now more
COMPLETE MENU
than ever!
INCLUDES . . . STEAKS,
LASAGNA, SEAFOOD,
HARRIET STARR tells this
SHISH KABOB, ETC.
of a household incident at a
friends' house in which she
WE BAKE OUR OWN PASTRIES
had been an innocent but
perplexed spectator . . . Her
friend's husband had called a
Venetian blind repairman to
come and pick up a faulty

0
blind, and the next morning,
INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
while the family was seated 4
OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY
at the breakfast table, the
• Juicy B-B-Q Ribs

doorbell rang . . . His wife
• Tender Tasty Chicken
went to the door, and the
II
'• Tangy Pizza
man outside said, "I'm here
for the Venetian blind" . . .
• Assorted Seafood

Excusing herself in a pre-
BE A GUEST AT
occupied way, the wife went
to
YOUR NEXT PARTY!
to the kitchen, fished a dollar
from the food money, pressed
DINNER , SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES
it into the repairman's hand,
then gently closed the door
25226 GREENFIELD RD.
In The Greenfield Center
544
and returned to the table .. -
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
"Somebody collecting," she
Oak Park
explained, pouring the coffee.

KONEE'S

Danny Raskin's

Italian-American Cuisine-

LISTENING

18211 JOHN R,

POST

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

RACK '0 RIBS

DINNER

'11

WED. EVENINGS
• Cole Slaw
• French Fries

DEVELOPER MAURICE
COHEN can always be de-
pended upon to shake up a
few notes on the trumpet
during any gathering in the
downstairs night club (bar,
stage, etc.) of his and wife
Margo's home in the deep
ravines of Southfield . . . But
Yom Kippur evening was an
excusable exception with
about 50 folks over to break

$495

DANCING

MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCHIC

_
• UARTET
ANGEL'S

HOUR GLASS

18800 W. *NICHOLS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

538-4850

DOWNTOWN YPSILANTI,

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* SEA FOOD * COCKTAILS * STEAKS
* PARTY CATERING

OPEN SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M.



WE HONOR MAJOR CREDIT CARDS

What were Dr. Funk and the Black
Widow doing with a Samoan Fog Cutter?
What set them free? Come to exotic
Trader Vic's and find out for yourself.

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

the fast together . . . Weak
from being at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek all day didn't take its
toll as far as his lip was con-
cerned .. . but having broken
a couple of ribs a week ago
did . . Maurice couldn't
blow his usual sweet notes
through the hurt . . . Al-
though there was no familiar
trumpet tooting at Cohen's
Club, the talented family
members took over in song
. . . as Margo solo'd and
duo'd with dad Sammy Woolf
. . . and sister Bunny joined
their youngsters in rythmic
vocals . . . Not to be outdone
was guest Milt Sloban, whose
excellent chore as bartender
was aided by the Cohens' 7-
year-old hockey up-corner,
Eric, who washed and dried
with the agility of a young
Gordie Howe . . . When Milt
left, Dr. Allan Nichamin,
Bunny's hubby, took over the
pouring parade (assisted by
Eric, of course) . . . Neighbor
Milt returned with pictures
of son Steven's bar Mitzva
in September . . . but none
of him, wife Barbara and a
bevy of their guests coming
over after the affair in their
large yard and swimming in
the Cohens' pool at 4 in the
morning . . . The traditional
annual Yom Kippur break-
fast at Maurice and Margo
Cohen's home may have been
without his fine trumpet play-
ing, but the pleasure of being
with such nice people made
very beautiful music.
DON COHEN, Kayak gen-
eral manager, was given a
little birthday celebration by
real estate wife Betty, who
would have loved nothing
better than to present Don
with the surprise of his life-
time . . . if the Southfield
police had found the two
motor bikes stolen from their
garage when they moved
here from Rochester.
FIRST ELECTION for
Rachel Rothstein will be a
vote for her mother, Charlotte
Rothstein, in the coming Oak
Park Council race ... Rachel
is a freshman at University
of Michigan.
BIG BIG NEWS . . . We're
wearing two shoes again! ...
Honest! . . . Seems like an

DELICIOUS

FOODS

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ADAM'S

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Catch the Coach & Four any night.

If you're looking for a great time, catch the Coach and Four any night. We
serve drinks that're stupendous. And food that's memorable.
Like Shrimp Tempura. Or, your favorite steak. All at prices that won't
spoil the fun. From $5.10. And now, we've set your evening to music.
The kind you can only get from the one, the only Bob Hawkin. His
sophisticated piano sets the mood Monday through Saturday
from 6 (when you're cocktailing) until midnight (when you're romancing.)

Our Sunday best.
The best-of-everything brunch.

We bedeck our buffet with finery. Like everything you'd ever want for
breakfast. And even a few surprises that make you glad you're
hungry. Come as you are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for
under-twelves. From 8 a.m.
Prefer a Sunday sit-down dinner? You've got it. Or rather, we've got it. And
you get it by stopping in from 5:30 to 10:30. Mom and Dad choose
our special dinner at $3.50. And kids with minds of their own about
food order from a menu of their own. All their big favorites. At little prices.

It takes 50 years to throw a party.

Don't let any body practice on your party. Throw your party
our way and get the finest facilities, food, drink and service. And we'll
throw in 50 years of hosting experience. At no extra cost. Get your
ball rolling by calling our party planner, Carol Berner, at 357-4700.

Don't let
Coach Four
leave vvithout you.

"Ready for the Tables"

15511 JAMES COUZENS

864-3633 or 963-5594

After 5, call 861-4332

Toe/anis

LET US PROVIDE YOU WITH

• PARTY TRAYS
• COCKTAIL HORS D'OEVRES
• BUFFETS

VISIT OUR EARLY AMERICAN DINING ROOM I

EASTERN SEABOARD NIGHT
EVERY FRIDAY
Serving Complete Dinners 12

Noon to 10 p.m. Featuring
Many Seafood Favorites, in•
eluding: Nova Soctia Salon,
Filet of Sole. Pan Fried Pickerel
and Carribean Grouper

LOUISIANA SPECIAL
EVERY SATURDAY.

Complete Dinners 12 Noon to
10 p.m. Featuring Beef Ribs
Diablo and Chicken Carri-

bean Style.

OLD AMERICAN FAMILY DINNER DAY

sOT"`"

Featuring Foods From
Heritage e p

Early Arne c


, "'Pl•f• Di
P-^t. to 9

es
Bullet
e
Dessert
All Dinners Includ n:D n ocoro's Special

nne rs

• DINNERS
• BOX LUNCHES
• BOX DINNERS

ALL TRAYS & BOXES DISPOSABLE
FOR
WE DO COMPLETE CATERING
• POOLSIDE PARTIES

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
• BANQUETS

• TENNIS PARTIES
• ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.

AND ALL OCCASION HOME PARTY
ARRANGEMENTS. 1 HOUR DELIVERY WITHIN
THE HOME FOR PARTIES 10 OR MORE.
1 DAY NOTICE ON OUR DELIGHTFUL DINNERS

WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN COMPLETE PARTY PLANNING

tou e rs

NORTHLAND INN

21000 Northwestern Hwy. / 357-4700

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