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December 26, 1975 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 December 26, 1975

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THE SUSSEX . 110ITSE

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

Open Mon.-Sat. from 1 1:30 a.m.

MON. & TUES. ONLY
PRIME RIB DINNER

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Reg. $8.50

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$ 95

Make Your
New Year's
Eve
Reservations
Now

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

.

HOLIDAY TRAY
ORDERS TAKEN

Meat or Dairy














SUTTON SUNDAY
SPECIAL COMING SOON

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

Served daily 'til 1 1 — Sun. 'til 10

Orange Juice — 2 99
Orange Juice — $1
Eggs — Toast or Roll
v Pancakes — Tea or
— Tea of Coffee.
Coffee.

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TRY OUR DINNER SPECIALS



7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 4:30 p.m.



Open for • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner





I COMO'S

Restaurant & Pizzeria

559-3377

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250



The Best of Everything

Mon.-Fri. 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sat. 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.



SUTTON DELI

23145 LAHSER AT NW CORNER OF 9 MILE

357-5656

been

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Nears.

Stouffer's has played h I t to guests like you
for fifty years now. Sc when we throw a
party, we really know hqw to make it perfect.
And that makes thingsa lot easier for you.
And, a lot more fun. Whether you're having a
breakfast meeting or a birthday. For a
group of 20 or a gang o 300. We'll give you
the best in service, f
and facilities.
So be a guest at your ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nanc Day, at 356-0652.

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NORTHLAND ITSTAURANT
21100 Northwes ern Highway
356-0 52

(Continued from Page 22)
TAKE IT FROM Helen
Spanos' friends — and don't
take her suggestions about
certain places to eat.
DETROIT TONIGHT
has New Year's Eve tours
priced from $20 to $27 per
person, including all ar-
rangements from parking
and food and drinks, cover
charges, tips and taxes . . .
Doug Jacobs and his Red
Garter Band are hosting the
two-stop champagne parties
aboard DT's London double-
decker buses in an excur-
sion of Downtown Detroit
. . . Dinner stops will be at
either Chin Tiki or Cedars
. . . with floor shows and
dancing . . . winding up at
Leland House amid stream-
ers, horns, champagne and
cocktails . . . Reservations
can still be made by calling
961-5180.
IN MORE THAN 60
YEARS, there have been
only five mayors of China-
town . . . Henry Yee was
recently elected to his 13th
term . . . Recent dinner for
incoming and outgoing offi-
cers of Businessmen's Asso-
ciation of Metropolitan De-
troit's Chinese Community
was unique . . . it had no
speeches . . . and dinner
started after 11 p.m.. . . at
Forbidden City in the Se-
ville Hotel on Cass . . . Our
table, included Henry Yee,
Al Silver, and Shirley
Singer, with Police Com-
mander Henry Majeski the
only one not using chop
sticks . . . Lots of food
brought to the tables . . .
not an overly pretentious
dinner for the more than 70
people . . . but with sc.
many Chinese restaura-
teurs, exotic food wouldn't
have been their kind of meal
. . . Instead, they no doubt
appreciated a good whole-
some dinner their style . . .
We started out with Hong
Kong Won Ton Soup, and
then came the parade . . .
Szechuan chicken, fried
shrimp, lobster Cantonese,
sesame shrimp, Alaskan
king crab meat with
Chinese broccoli, cut up
pieces of squab browned in
peanut oil, abalone, stuffed
oyster, duck stuffed with
dehydrated fruits and nuts
and cut up oranges . . .
After the meal was over,
everybody got up and left as
quietly as they had come in.
PAUL DONNELLY,
counter man at Benny's
Sabra in Oak Park, makes it
a pleasure for wife Joyce to
serve the eggs he makes . . .
The other waitresses, too
. . . He's One of the reasons
Benny's is going through so
many cartons each week
. . . At home, also, Paul
does all the cooking and
Joyce serves it . . . If they
find it hard smiling the
morning of New Year's Day,
don't pay any mind . . .
Benny's will be open and
Joyce and Paul might have
rung in the New Year kind
of late.
COMING INTO THE
Golden Coach for six days,
Jan. 6, are those busy Plat-
ters . . . with their more
than 50 golden records, in-
cluding "Twilight Time,"

* EXCELLENT *
ITALIAN - AMERICAN
CUISINE

**************
4-
DINE & DANCE*
DINE

EVERY NIGHT

t
a
James Cohen
Mon. & Tues.
?aula & Allen Street
Wed.-Sat.

*

"My Prayer," etc. . . . Look
for the Golden Coach out
Van Dyke way north of 12
• Businessmen's Luncheons
Mile, to bring in a series of
• Serving Beer & Wine
super star acts during the
Now Open
1976 season.
Fri.-Sat. till 4:00 a.m.
HOUR GLASS 4`
TAKE A RIDE with The
Sun. Tli 2:00 a.m.
*
18800 W. McNICHOLS*
New York Express, four

i (6 Blks. W. of Southfield) 4r:
22812 WOODWARD
moving musicians and a gal
538-4850
.4
Ferndale
who cover everything from a
LI 8-5005
ittr
*
***Ar****
*it*
*
Temptations melody and
top 40 of today, to a show
"Cabaret," from comedy
routines and audience par-
ticipation to serious musical
presentations with horns
and tremendous vocals . . .
The New York Express ar-
rives in The Livingroom of
the Playboy Club on James
(formerly Drawbridge)
Couzens, Dec. 29, with
145 SHELDON (N. Center) Northville
scheduled departure on Jan.
17.
349-4885
THE BEST OF EVERY-
THING now has a sandwich
named after it . . . at Sam-
my's Corned Beef 'n Rye on
Nine Mile in Ferndale . .
It's a triple-decker with hot
salami, sliced thin, chopped
• CHOICE OF
onions and creamy chopped
liver . . . Good, too . . .
*Maine Lobster
Everything at Sammy
*Surf & Turf
Sandler's little spot (29
* Filet Mignon
ONE SEATING.
seats of 4 booths, a counter
*Prime Rib
CLOSED PARTY
and a few little tables), is
AFTER 9 p.m.
served on paper plates and
* New York Strip Sirloin
in paper cups ... except tea .
.. This gets the royal treat-
• HATS, FAVORS, HORNS, ETC.
ment with bone china .. .
ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING

even though Sammy is far
TO
from being English.
GOOD NEWS FOR John
Young, owner of Carmen's
AND HIS SUBURBAN RENEWAL
Fior d' Italia on 12 Mile and
Northwestern . . . City of
Southfield has granted him
a much-sought-after beer
per
and wine permit . . .
couple
Couldn't happen to a nicer
guy.
John's food gets better
each time we go there . . .
Last time, son Scott "went
off the wagon" and had la-
sagna . . . He'd sworn never
to have it again after en-
countering food poisoning 4!
caused by some frozen stuff
he'd had from a local super
Eie
market. . Excellent
"A MI And More!" • BREAKFAST
2f,
LUNCH
4

waiter and maitre 'd Wayne
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MILE
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• DINNERA,
Youngblood brought us Veal
IN THE
H OAK DPARK CENTER MON., TUES. & THURS., FRI. & SAT.
Italia, made with green pep-
7 a.m.-9 p.m.
it
pers and mushrooms . . . 4g
399-4440-
CLOSED WED.
SUN., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
3
sauteed in marsala wine
and breaded . . . It had an
altogether different taste
•• • • The veal marsala we
like so much is unbreaded
and comes with an oo-la-la
gravy . . . Night we were
there, all three Duellman
'
sisters were on the floor 4 '
working as waitresses . . .
and very good ones, too . .
Cathy, Penny and Cindy
. . . the smiling trio of 4 '
pleasant delight.
MAKE THIS a very
happy New Year by cele- HIGH QUALITY AT LOW PRICE
brating sensibly . . . Have
all the fun you want . . . at
the place you want to go 4E
. . . with the people you
want to be with . . . But
remember to drive carefully
. . . You may not be drunk
but the guy in another car
could be . . . Play it safe, 43
folks, and celebrate 1976 the
way you should . . . in good
QUALITY TRAY CATERING
health.

• A

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The acts men do, when
young and gay, will cloud
their face when old and
grey.
—The Talmud

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