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October 26, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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Catch the Coach & Four any night.

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, October 26, 1973-23

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LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Delicio u sly Preparedfor the
Disc e rnin g T as t e

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6495

RACK '0 RIBS

DINNER

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WED. EVENINGS
• Cole Slaw
• French Fries
$495

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MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCHIC

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ANGEL'S
HOUR GLASS

j 18800 W. McNICHOLS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

538.4850

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"NOW SERVING YOU IN THE
FINEST DINING TRADITION"

• STEAKS • SEAFOOD

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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 piaho sets the mood Monday through Saturday
from 6 (when you're cocktailing) until midnight (when you're romancing.)

Danny Raskin's

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

LISTENING

POST

LOU BOWERS, formerly
with Michigan Convicts Aid,
and about whom we have
previously written has. now
opened the new Community
Center for the State Depart-
ment of Correction at 3855
Woodward . . with many
more supporting services be-
ing offered to the ex-offender
. . needing help until he
-gets his first paycheck—food,
shelter and transportation
. . . If you know of job open-
ings to assist the very fine
program, contact Lou at 831-
4380 . . . Also, Lou needs
some type of used truck—
small panel or otherwise .. .
and if you have any second-
hand clothing around the
house, give him a call and
he'll see that it's picked up
. . . The ex-offender going
straight needs our help to do
so . . . Lou was one and
has become an outstanding
citizen worthy of much merit-
ed acclaim.
IF YOU THINK IT'S hard
to meet new people, pick up
a golf ball.
MORRIS AND JUNE COLE
had the great pleasure of
daughter Rita coming in
from Newport News, Va. to
spend a double birthday cele-
bration here in Detroit . . .
hers and dad's.
OVERHEARD . . . wife to
husband . . . "I really don't
want an awful lot of money.
I just wish we could afford
to live the way we are living
now."

,

The Entire Staff of

KONEE'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT
"The Finest Food For The Nicest People"

2150 Woodward, Cor. Square Lake Rd. Kin g s= 7,..;.,)

AUTHENTIC
GREEK SALADS

THEY USED TO CALL
Oak Parker Sheldon Teplit-
sky the son-in-law of Louie
Rudack . . . Now they say
Louie is Shel's father-in-law
. . . All because of a measly
$200,000 that Sheldon hit on
in the Michigan Lottery .. .
Very calm as he and wife
Elaine attended the drawing,
Shel watched as three others
won $10,000 and seven were
picked for $50,000 . . . Auto-
matically, it meant that Shel-
don and Elaine had won the
$200,000 biggie . . . Non-
chalantly, he turned to her
and said, "I told you so!"

PERFECTION LODGE,
Masonic Bowling League of
about 130 men voted to a
man on all 22 alleys—that
rather than have a bowling
banquet . . . they'd give the
money saved for this occasion
to Israel.
PILOT FRIEND of Sonny
Eliot, on one of the major
'airlines, would wait until the
going got bumpy, then stroll
through the cabin •with a
book under his arm . . . The
title, which he kept promi-
nently dsplayed, was "How
to Fly in 10 Lessons."
LOCALITE CALLED in-
surance man Ben Roggin to
report his wife's auto mis-
hap . . . Ben asked what hap-
pened, and the gent replied,
"As near as I can figure it,
she was backing out of our
garage and hit two trash
cans, knocked over our TV
antenna and sauna bath,
ruined our son's bicycle—
and then lost control of the
car."
(Continued on Page 26)

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 anybody 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 G Four
leave without you.

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