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October 03, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-03

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28 October 3, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

CARRY OUT • DELIVERY

Pizza
Spaghetti
Ravioli
Lasagna

• Bar B 0 Ribs
• Chicken
• Shrimp
• Sea Food Platter

Summer nours: Mon-Thurs., 4 to 1 a.m.
Fri. & Sat. 3 to 2 a.m. Sun. 3 to 12 Mid.

4033 W. 12 MILE

Jost E. of Gro•mfi•ld



DINING ROOM

BEER, WINE
AND
or COCKTAILS

PRI{ ITE
II 1\91 ET

Berkley

548-3650

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Get On The Right Track!

The Best of Everything

By DANNY RASKIN

NAME OF THE NEW PLACE being opened by Norm
LePage of Squire's Table, with others . . . (former Paradiso
Villa in Troy) . . will probably be called The Hunter's Fox
. . . Expected opening is last week in October of first part
of November . . . Chef Doug Durrell will be spending most
of his time at the Troy location, with plans for about 15
items only on the dinner menu, including some beautiful
gourmet dishes . . . and a portable deli cart at lunch with
various items cut and charged according to weight . . .
Doug's main forte is gourmet cooking . . . The Squire's Ta-
ble will definitely not be neglected by any means . . . Doug
has his kitchen staff very well trained with items also being
added to its menu of good food.
CARMEN'S D'ITALIA on Franklin Rd. at 12 Mile
and Northwestern, will be open Fridays and Saturdays un-
til 4:30 in the morning . . . probably beginning the middle
of October . . . Try their Hamburger d' Italia . . . It's made
with provolone cheese and a special sauce on top.
THE POSSIBILITY LOOMS much clearer now that
Ben Kasle and his Kresco Corp. have taken over Northwood
Inn on 111/2 Mile and Woodward . . . reopening in about six
months . . . At least $50,000 is being tossed in for initial
remodeling on the interior, while property owner Mildred
Hund will no doubt chip in many dollars to fix up the as-
phalt parking lot . . . Latest rumor is that it will become a
spaghetti house.

_Famous "BIG" Tyme Sandwiches

JUNCTION

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

DESSERT FANTASIES . . . ALSO CREAM
PASTRIES GALORE — BAKED FRESH
DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY!

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mile

TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

• LUNCHES • DINNERS
• COCKTAILS

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

CLOSED SUNDAYS

17630 WOODWARD (4 Blks. N. of 6 Mile)

Attendant Parking

For Reservations

LAWRENCE MALZ, co- the words "Kosher" and
869-3988
median of the Tonight Show "Kosher Style" . . . and why
who will leave directly for
the state law is not en-
The Sands Hotel in Las Ve- forced.
gas directly after, will be
RECENT FIRST ANNI-
featured at the Infant Serv- VERSARY by Irving's Deli-
ice Group affair, Oct. 15, catessen-ReStaurant on
Raleigh House . . . ISG Greenfield and 11 Mile, was
We're also big on weddings,
is noted for its annual hailed by mobs of people
reunions, engagement parties,
shindigs
. . . and many offering congratulatory
anniversaries, banquets and
folks recall the 30 years of wishes for Rose and Irving
Invite You For Fine
receptions. For up to 860 of
House
amateur shows put on by Guttman, who have done a
Specialties
you. For more information, call
Dining,
Cocktails
&
Dancing
the lassies and some of their most admirable job after 20
include
David George, Director of
husbands . . . Organized in years in Hamtramck . . .
Selected
Song
Stylings
By
Catering, 559-6500.
Seafood,
1933, this is the 41st year of The two wonderful hard-
Steaks,
LARRY PARKS
ISG affairs . . . one time in working folks deserve every
Prime Rib and
1938, there was even a wres- bit of congrats they can re-
MON. THRU SAT.
Rack of Lamb
tling night held at Arena ceive . . . It was quite an
Gardens . . . The group undertaking . . . leaving a
WESTERN INTERNATIONAL KITELS4t)
PRIVATE BANQUET
started with 10 women, 5-day-a-weeker, not open
LATE EVENING
trying almost everything for after five, to the much
ROOMS
MENU
fund raising and realizing larger 7-day operation from
From 15 to 125
that the shows were most morning 'til evening . . .
successful . . . with most of Some folks shook their
them directed and produced heads, but Rose and Irving
by Eleanor Riseman . . . made it into one of Detroit's
Some of the professionals finest eating spots . . . It is
ISG had weren't famous, a distinct pleasure to have
but today are in brackets this type of people in our
far beyond reach of being midst . . . The wonderful
able to be afforded by the heart of Rose is unsur-
"A Deli And More!"
si° gals, like Shecky Green and passed.
George Kirby . . . Hal Gor-
43 22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
HOURS NOW AT THE
NEW-NAME
don will again be on hand Old Post Office Inn on Tele-
4 IN THE OAK PARK CENTER
SAME OWNERS
at the
with orchestra . . . an im- graph and 10 Mile are 11 to
399-4440
portant
facet
for
entertain-
11
Monday
through
Thurs-

BREAKFAST
MON., TUES. & THURS., 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
c is
ers, since Hal is one of the day, 11 to 10 on Sunday and
WED., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
• LUNCH
13".
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
top arrangers and backup till 2 a.m. Fridays and Sat-
• DINNER
213
SUN., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
pianists in the country . . . urdays . . No more after-
OUR AMOUS HOME-MADE
Like Morty Gunty, Eleanor hours . . . at least for
always gambled on the un- awhile.
si. known
UFFED CABBAGE
and has yet to lose
NEXT GIG BY THE
OR
43
. . . For tickets, call Sharon New McKinney's Cotton
19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)
Rosen, 851-2122 or Vera Pickers, is Oct. 12, at Shera-
HICKEN FRICAS EE
Brode, dinner-dance chair- ton-Southfield . . . Last
BOTH
DAILY
AFTER
3
p.m.
352-7466
43
man, 547-4747.
Graystone Sunday had over
EXCEPT WED.
" NEW HOSTS AT Bour- 350 people . . . It's from 4 to
IS THE PERFECT WAY
INCLUDES: SALAD, PO-
bon Street Bistro on Lafay- 8, with buffet dinner and
TO
START YOUR DAY.
per
TATO, VEGETABLE, BREAD
ette between Griswold and some great dance music . . .
pers.
& BUTTER
Shelby, will be Hugo (Aure- At the Oct. 12 affair, new
JOIN US
liano Ugolini) and Bob An- song, "I Care About De-
SUNDAY
gus, his singing partner on troit" will be sung by origi-
FROM 9 A.M.
those former Thursday nal McKinney's vocalist
6 MEATS, POT. SALAD, FREE DELIVERY
night
opera
evenings
.
.
Dave Wilborn.
COLE SLAW, RELISHES,
ALSO STILL SERVING OUR 7 GREAT
They'll be greeting people
THOSE WHO ARE
CHOPPED LIVER AND OUR
Tuesday through Saturday LOOKING for the new
SUPER DINNER SPECIALS
OWN HOME-BAKED BREAD.
and putting on their Pasta Uncle Miltie's Delicatessen
• SATURDAY & SUNDAY ... BROILED WHITE
We Use Vienna-
43 Wilno Products
& Pagliacci every Thursday, . . . it's on 14 Mile, corner of
FISH OR FRIED CHICKEN
REG. $3.50
si. Friday and Saturday . . . Delemere, four blocks east
• MONDAY & TUESDAY . DELMONICO
It'll have free valet parking of Coolidge . . . next to a
STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS
43 SUNDAY PLATTER FOR TWO
and
dancing on Saturday party store . . . You can't
SMOKED FISH, SABLE, LOX, HARD-BOILED $
• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS
nights
after
the
opera
bit
miss it . . . Uncle Miltie's
EGG, CREAM CHEESE, TOMATOES, ONIONS,
FOR
OLIVES AND FOUR BAGELS
OR VEAL CUTLET
. . . plus a menu of about 25 was opened by Milton
sis items.
TWO!

Green.
WEDNESDAY
& FRIDAY ... OUR FAMOUS
si. COMPANY CALLED ONE OF THE DINNER
FISH
&
CHIPS
SUMMER BREAKFAST SPECIAL.
Meatland uses the term entrees going over with a
MON. THRU SAT. ONLY 'TIL 11 a.m.
ALL ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, VEG.,
"Kosher Style" in their TV very big smackeroo at
2 EGGS, ROLL OR TOAST, BUTTER,
alp
CHOICE OF POT., ROLLS & BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE
JELLY & COFFEE
commercials . . . Look for Golden Mushroom, 10 Mile
HOME-COOKED DINNER SPECIALS DAILY DAIRY TRAYS
Sen. Jack Faxon, Sen. Dan and Southfield, is the
DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 17 p.m.
Champagne Chicken . . .
1E4 +4+
44 fi g
+ 4' 44 4+ 44. Cooper and Rep. Joe Forbes
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
to get action on misuse of
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We're big on
Mitzvahs.
Bar and Bas.

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