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November 21, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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32 November 21, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonstelle _Presents 'George M' Play

Wayne State University's Dec. 7 and 14.
Bonstelle Theater will pre-
sent the musical, "George
Tickets are available at
M," 8:30 p.m. Nov. 28 in the the WSU theater box office,
theater. Additional per- 577-2960, and at Hudson's,
formances will be held 8:30 Highland Park College book
p.m. Nov. 29, Dec. 5, 6, 12 store. Oakland University
and 13. Sunday matinees ticket service and the WSU
are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. book store.

Greenberg's Son Keeps Squash Title

Glenn Greenberg of New
York, son of former baseball
star Hank Greenberg, suc-
cessfully defended his
squash title Sunday in the

Detroit Athletic Club Invi-
tational tournament by de-
feating fellow New Yorker
Dave Linden, 15-12, 15-11,
8-15. 15-8.

Get On The Right TrackT

Famous "BIG" Tyme Sandwiches

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

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DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY!

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Between 13 & 14 Mile

GIVE THE FAMILY
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YPSILANTI, MICH.

HAVE-

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THANKSGIVING
DAY DINNER

* PARTY
CATERING

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The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 30)
high wooden beam ceilings
still remains a Northville
showplace . . . but it isn't
The Drawbridge anymore
. . . Now known as the Cap-
tain's Table, on Sheldon (N.
Center) in Northville, it has
a complete menu of 23 sea-
food dinners . . . plus mari-
nated herring, little necks,
cherrystone clams, ipswich
claims, stuffed clams, cotuit
oysters, etc. . . . and a deli-
cious Boston Clam chowder
(white) . . . Chef Chico
(Perlatta) is there now after
many years with another lo-
cal seafood restaurant . . .
along with head man Phil
Rongo . . . Bobby Laurel
and The Suburban Renewal
group plays Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday.
Pearl Tuscano was our
waitress, and they don't
come too much better . . .
Smiling, friendly and effi-
ciently gracious are attrib-
utes every good waitress
would have but don't . .
Pearl owns them all, plus
more . . . She, head wait-
ress Pat Palmer (another
excellent one) and cashier
Ruby Roudabush have been
there since it opened as The
Drawbridge back on April
12, 1973.
Having had seafood the
night before, we felt like a
little meat and Pearl
brought us a tender, juicy
filet mignon . . . The
baked potato was not one of
those commercial kind, and

the meal was most enjoya-

ble . . .

with

in the mood, that's exactly
what we'd have dug into
. . . Next time, you can be
sure!
CORRECT SPELLING
is Banyan Tree for the 250
capacity sophisticated dis-
cotheque being opened in
December by Norm LePage
of Squire's Table and group
including Bill Coombe, Bob
Posche and Jerry Kotlier
. . . The 250-seat dining
area, Elephant, will have
murals of -huge pachyderms
making up the entrance.
DOESN'T LOOK LIKE
Northwood Inn any more
. . . which it isn't . . . Ben
Kasle and Ted Richman are
doing a super job renovating
the old house both inside
and out . . . for their spa-
ghetti palace.
"YOU NEVER SAW so
many people sober up so
fast!" says Ray Abrams,
waiting with wife Shirley
for their check . . . when
manager and host Emile
Tintea was shot last week at
the Scotch 'n Sirloin 10 min-
utes before closing . . . He
was taken to Mt. Carmel
Hospital where the bullet
remained lodged near a vital
organ and couldn't be re-
moved.
SEX SYMBOL Mamie
Van Doren ends her stay
Sunday night at the Golden
Coach on Van Dyke.
JONI BRENNAN had
never been a waitress before
. . . far from it . . . her pre-
vious job was as a 17-year-
old store detective at Crow-

Rd. . . . But here she was,
waiting on us at the opening

thing . . . and had we been

of Chuck Muer's Clamdig-
gers (former Danny's Gin
Mill) on Grand River . . .
Young, cute, extremely
pleasant and eager to please
were refreshing attributes
by the young lass who had
never waited on a table be-
fore ours . . . Joni and the
others only had five days
training of 6 or 7 hours be-
fore their test to see who
stays . . . and it is with
high regard that fellows like
Dieter Boehm, vice presi-
dent and general manager
of the C. A. Muer Corp. and
Jim Macdonald, Clamdigger
manager, must be held for
their excellent training pro-
gram . . . if Joni is an ex-
ample.
Yes, you landlubbers, The
Clamdiggers is open now
. . . and if you ever went to
Danny's Gin Mill, you'll be
shocked at the transforma-
tion . . . The place was com-
pletely gutted and given an
altogether different look
with intimate and soft-
lighted booths . . . Most of
the 350 attendees probably
thought it would be another
of those overly-done nauti-
cal things . . . but discov-
ered the new Clamdiggers
decorated in good taste,
with a large schooner in full
sail atop a salad bar the
only unnecessary item . . .
There is no netting . . .
Harpoons and clam or oys-
ter spades are on the walls
and the menu is inserted in
a canvas frame with a nauti-
cal rope around it.
It's ironic that Chuck
should select the former
Danny's Gin Mill as his

Stouffer's wants your holiday to be just like the great original Thanks-
giving, designed by the colonists . . . 200 years ago. So we've brought
an authentic, colonial American setting . . . to Cleveland's new James
Tavern. Where you'll recall America's historic past while partaking of
Stouffer's delicious repast.
First, we'll serve you Hot, Mulled Cider. Then, a cup of Mulliga-
tawny Soup or Cream of Peanut Soup. Now comes the succulent
young Turkey . . . with Wild Rice Stuffing . . . and savory Giblet
Gravy and Whipped Potatoes . . . accompanied by assorted relishes.
You'll enjoy Green Beans with Melted Butter ... and Scalloped Yams
and Apples . . . served family style. This is trimmed by a Salad of
Fresh Greens ... dressed with sweet Herbs and Spices ... in company
of a basket of homemade hot breads. And it's a sweet ending ... with
Harvest Pumpkin Pie and freshly Whipped Cream Topping . . . or,
Brandied Mincemeat Ice Cream Ball.
Our dinner value is Early American, too. The complete meal . . . for
just $6.95 . . . $3.95 for children. Come celebrate Thanksgiving . . . at
the same scene where America was born. Make reservations early.

ETON SQUARE MALL

28699 Chagrin Blvd., Woodmere Village / 464-4660

Stouffer's and American Express credit cards honored.

tion, including ballads,
Latin tempos, some easy
rock and Dixieland ... Dur-
ing the big band era, Dick
composed and arranged for
Benny Goodman, Paul
Whiteman, Artie Shaw and
Tommie Dorsey . . . He
plays trumpet . . . and uses
trombone, two saxes, piano,
bass and drums.

Numismatists Plan
Fall Convention

The Michigan State Num-
ismatic Society will have its
20th annual fall convention
and coin show 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Nov. 28 and 29 and 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Nov. 30 at the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel.
Admission is free. For
information, write MSNS,
Show, Box 2014, Livonia
48154.

Earle Mostyn's

NOSHERIE

HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D' OEUVRES

per person

person
$375 50
minimum

Brought To You In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For
• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
ORDERS ALSO TAKEN FOR HOT MEALS,
• ALL SIMCHAS
COLD CUTS AND DAIRY TRAYS

26052 GREENFIELD (Lincoln Shopping Center)

968-8666

FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

THE SIUSSEX HOUSE

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.:Sat. from 11:3 - 0 a.m.

MON. & TUES. ONLY

Reg. $8.50

air

N VII

559-3377

DON LESSNAU

PRIME RIB DINNER

ley • 6 on 1Z and Farmington

Chico there, live Maine lobs-
ter (10.95 complete) is the

Star.t a new . .
Thanksgiving tradition...
in an o
erican setting.

Clamdiggers spot . . . He
had looked at the one-time
furniture store before
Danny Bourdas . . . and
passed it up to open his
Charley's Crab on Pine Lake
. . . What was meant to be,
is!
WITH
HARRY
BOESKY selling the name
"Boesky's" at his former
restaurant on 10 Mile and
Lahser . . . sincere hopes
are that new owner Tony
Koulouras maintains its
highly respected image in
the field of restaurant-deli-
catessen.
RICHARD MALTBY
and his "Sounds of Seven"
orchestra are back at the
Top 0' The Pontch, Tuesday
through Saturday . . . Se-
lections from the famous
descendent of the big band
era is solid dance music in
the great swinging tradi-

a t the piano

95

Thurs.-. Fri- 8

Sat.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

• WEDDINGS. • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

11 ■ ,,

SUNDAY MORNING
BREAKFAST

at the

19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

IS THE PERFECT WAY
TO START YOUR DAY.

JOIN US
SUNDAY
FROM 9 A.M.

ALSO STILL SERVING OUR 7 GREAT
SUPER DINNER SPECIALS

• SATURDAY & SUNDAY . . . BROILED WHITE

FISH OR FRIED CHICKEN

• MONDAY & TUESDAY . . . DELMONICO

STEAK OR FRIED SHRIMPS

• THURSDAY . . . LIVER & ONIONS

OR VEAL CUTLET

• WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY . . . OUR FAMOUS

FISH & CHIPS

ALL ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, VEG.,
CHOICE OF POT., ROLLS & BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE

DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to I I p.m.

SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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Our Sat. & Sun. Specials
Also Include
Jello or Rice Pudding
For Dessert

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