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August 08, 1975 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-08

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22 Friday, August 8, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

TAJ MAHAL

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

SPECIALIZING IN

LISTENING

POST

• exotic Indian, Bengali
and American Dishes
• Food To Take Out

• Catering To Parties

Open: Monday thru Saturday

1 1 :30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.-4:30 to 12 Mid.

OVERHEARD ... wife tc
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."

CHILDREN'S DEPT.
. . . Conversation at the
dinner table . . Lillian
Feldman (Sid): "David, I
wish you'd stop reaching for
things. Haven't vou got a
tongue?" . . . Little David (5
years old): "Yes, mom, but
my arm's longer."

LOOKING BACK ON
COLUMNS OF Yesteryear

Aug. 23, 1946 . . . "While
taking a classified item via
the phone, Toebe Miller, all-

around office gal at The
Jewish News, just about
swallowed her gum . . . The
man was selling a house
. . . After regaining her
voice, Toebe asked him to re-
peat the address . . . it was
her home!
"The first member of Max
Horenstein's 1962 basket-
ball team has arrived for he
and wife Belle . . . named
Steven and weighing about
seven pounds . . . The third
member of the Brothers'
eatery clan is a former cage
great of Northern High and
Jewish Center varsity years,
so Steven has some expert
coaching in store for him."
"When he finally returns
from Manilla, Lt. Arthur
Kort will be greeted by a gal
who has been voted Tin-Up
Girl' of three beaches this
summer . . . but wife An-
nabel isn't jealous . . . The
cute lass is their two-and-a-
half-year-old daughter, Bar-
bara."

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

1 403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

at Maple/ 1 5 & Pontiac Trail)

TOM'S

Feb. 7, 1947 . . . "Bernice
Altshuler addresses her let-
ter-carrier as 'professor'
. . . sort of an honorary ti-
tle, since she started taking
a course by mail.

Feb. 14, 1947 ., . . "Oscar
Band lost 60 pounds . . .
sent 20 suits to Palestine,
along with about 40 shirts
and 30 pairs of underwear."

March 28, 1947 . . .
"When she asked Walter
Huston at a local spot if he
would honor her by lighting
her cigarette, the great
character actor took the
pack of matches extended
by Helen Raimi, struck a
light and said, 'Madam, if
you were to ask me a thou-
sand times I would be hon-
ored that much. Behold, the
flame that burneth with
desire to aid the lovely . . .
and don't forget, I'm ap-
pearing at the Cass Theater
. . . tickets now on sale.' "
. . . (she is now Mrs. Nate
Diamond).
May 30, 1947 . . . "Kenny
Winston, son of former De-
troiters, Frances and Max
Winston, has been asked to
leave school in California
. . . because he keeps telling
the teacher how to run her
business . . . The marm
won't have it and Frances is
worried since Kenny is 4 1/2
years old and too smart for
the kindergarten teacher."

A LOOKSEE BACK on
the column of May 30, 1947
brought notice that the Jew-
ish Center had a first . . .
"Those sex lectures being
sponsored for boys around
14 and 15 years old at the
Jewish Center are some-
thing there should be more
of."
YES, THERE ARE three
Al Dubins . . . the bossman
at Vlasic Foods ("What's an
affair without pickles?), the
pharmacist at Sam's Drugs
on Fenkell and the head of
Luster Cleaners on James
Couzens.

(Former

Biff's)

3354 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mi.

SAME OWNERS

543-2218

OPEN 24 HOURS

**************
DINE 8 DANCE*

25920 GREENFIELD

EVERY NIGHT

.4

1W

James Cohen
Mon. 8. Tues. ,x
Paula & Allen Sreet
Wed.-Sat.

ft

NGEL75

HOURGLASS*

MO W. McNieliOtSt,

(6 bilis ift of Sotrtilher

7"

5 3 8-4 8 5 0

**************

SPECIALIZING IN
BARBECUE RIBS & CHICNEN
and SELECT ITALIAN DISHES
• LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY

OUR FAMOUS

AT 10'/2 MILE RD.

CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE

968-8224

2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS 99n
TOAST OR BAGEL
COFFEE OR TEA

1 /4

LB. HAMBURGER
DINNER SPECIAL

3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

$140

$

Restaurant and Lounge

25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
546 1/24
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER

-

SUMMER DINNER SPECIAL

MON. THRU FRI. 5 p.m. TO 10 p.m.

20 OZ. RIB STEAK

HOURS:

MON.-THURS.
11 to 11 p.m.

FROM A LOCAL KOSHER BUTCHER

FRI., 11 to 2 a.m.

INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE,
COFFEE, TEA OF SANKA

SAT., 4 to 2 a.m.

SUN., 2 to 8 p.m.

COMPLETE FAMILY
DINING

45199 CASS • UTICA
731-4440

IN THE BIG RED HOUSE

1 Block W. of Van Dyke,
just N of Hall Rd. (M-59)

(Cr

- . . ° I CRIN •
‘44. 0g

Two Ways toile
The Good Life

The Atrium .. .

continental dining—
complete dinners
including the Chefs
special fondue.
Fine cuisine at less
than extravagant
prices. Open every
evening except
Sunday.
Monday-Friday
for lunch.

9 5

DEUTSCH
• VEAL
SCALLOPINI

JAKKS

1 40

BAR-B-Q RIBS

BEER
WINE

$795

Choice Of

• CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS
• BREADED PERCH
• BROILED
Choice of
• BEEF ALA f t.
CHOPPED SIRLOIN

Pusbook Coupons Not Appli .uble Oil These SpechOs

5 a.m. to 11 a.m.
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

3 p.m.-6 p.m.
COTTAGE CHEESE & PEACH HALF OF
LETTUCE, TOMATO SLICES & CRAMP
& OUR FAMOUS JUICY HAMBURGER



COMPLETE DINNERS FOR TWO

INCLUDES: SALAD BAR, SOUP OR JUICE, HOME-MADE BREAD,
ROLLS & BAGELS AND COFFEE, TEA OR MILK

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

ALSO SALAD, HASH
BROWNS OR F.F.

Reservations Suggested

624-6660
WED. & THURS., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. & SUN., 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Choice of smothered in onions or
mushroom & bordelaise sauce.

LOW-CALORIE SPECIAL

COUNTRY INN

tittire's Kati 1i

Defictousiy Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Sundays & Holidays-2:30 to 12:00 Mid.

A PILOT FRIEND of
IRS agent Ernie Iczkovitz,
on one of the major air lines,
would wait until the going
got bumpy, then stroll
through the cabin with a
hook under is arm . . . The
title, which he .kept promi-
nently displayed, was,
"How To Fly in 10 Lessons."
MICKEY
SHORR
WRITES . . . "Here's a
natural for 'What's My
Line?" Dr. Henry Sonnen-
shine is one of America's
most respected plastic sur-
geons (you'd be amazed at
some of the prestigious
faces he's reshaped). Yet,
with all his success, Doc's
real love is the auctioneer's
gavel. The good Dr. Sonnen-
shine presides over as many
as four high-class art auc-
tions a week. Perhaps if you
bought a Picasso and had
your nose done, Dr. Henry
Sonnenshine was in charge
of both operations."
JACK EPSTEIN doing
what so many other people
should . . . taking his cart
back at a local super market
and putting it away from
parked cars . . . Note to
Fred Gordon — how do you
stand it wearing a vest in
summer? . . . Had our best
manicure yet . . . by Irene
Gurwin at Lincoln Towers
Beauty Salon . . . Our
morn, Mrs. M. Raskin, is
taking vitamins to pep her
up . . . says dancing is bet-
ter.
BARBER USED an elec-
tric clipper on 7-year-old
Merle Kamins for the first
time . . . The son of Lillian
and Lou Kamins rushed
home excited . . to tell
10-year-old brother Lenny
that his neck was so dirty
the barber had to use a vac-
uum cleaner.
MARLA WOOLMAN
has worked her way up and
around from being a wait-
ress in Florida . . . She is
now president of the new
Baggit Shop in the Travel-
er's Tower . . . With Marla
in her new venture are
mother Gloria and good
friend Rita Cutler.
IF YOU THINK it's hard
to meet new people, pick up
the wrong golf ball.

Nunn KEPage6

$49 5

28875 FRANKLIN ROAD

Cor. 12 Mile & Northwestern
355-2010
Fine Italian — French Cuisine

Choice Wines and
Cocktails

Also Featuring A Wide Menu Variety Of

• CHOPS
• STEAKS

• SEA FOOD
• FINE LIQUORS

ALL DINNERS ARE COMPLETE, INCLUDING SOUP, SALAD,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE, COFFEE, TEA OR SANKA

AND

BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
AND SELECT DINNERS

OUR FAMOUS DELICIOUS

BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS

— DAILY HOURS —
TUESDAYS THRU FRIDAYS
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
DINNER MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Saturdays, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Closed Sun. & Mon.

LATE EVENING
MENU

PASTA & PAGLIACCI

EVERY THURS. EVENING

Your Host
Herb Goldberg

PIANO BAR ENTERTAINMENT
Wed., Fri. & Sat. from 9 p.m.

Reservations Accepted

Tell it like it is . .

TRIO at Franklin Restaurant
is Healthy...

We opened this past January in the midst of an economic downturn. Almost every I ocal
business has been adversely affected, the automotive giants and their supplying firms have

cut budgets, trimmed entertainment allowances and pulled in their belts.

In spite of the obvious difficulties that result from opening an operation as large as th e Trio,
in a recession year, we've overcome the initial birth pains. Our food and servi e have
attained a level of consistant high quality. Your response, though less than we wo uld have

expected in "boom" times, has clearly showed your approval.

We served 100,000 meals in our first 6 months and the volume is growing weekly. In spite of
this success and continued growth, we are aware of an often stated rumor. Let' s put it to

theAtrium

rest forever! The Trio is not going bankrupt. It has not been all roses but we — like many of

you — have lived through other difficult periods and prospered.

Or Bobbies... steps away

Thank you for your continuous patronage.

for cocktails,
entertainment
and informal
dining.
• •
Matt Michaels
Trio with
K4011t111113N Ursula Walker,
Wednesday-Saturday.

We'll be here to serve tonight — tomorrow — next year and you ca n make your
1976/77/78/79 New Year's Eve reservations at the Trio. The Meyersons will be there to

a

30100 TELEGRAPH ROAD

Non.h of 12 Mil,.)

642-3700

serve you ..

. Just as they have been serving Detroiters for over 50 years.

...and a Winner®!

AT FRANKLIN PLACE

29200 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, Mic h. 48076

Phone: 358-1860

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