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January 02, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 January 2, 1976

The Best of Everything

"9 •

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

SERVING DINNERS TILL 10 p.m.
INCLUDING OUR FAMOUS
PRIME RIB ... only $6.95

* SEAFOOD

* PARTY
CATERING

• GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS • FINEST
SERVICE
• GENEROUS COCKTAILS MIXED TO PER-
FECTION!

IMPORTED
AND
DOMESTIC

BEERS & WINES

FOR RESV. — 483-8200 — 483-8201,

American & Continental Dining 7 Days Per Week

SE
PATR IZE
ESTABL1S MEWS

JAKKS

Restaurant and Lounge

25234 GREENFIELD, 1/2 BLK. N. OF 10 MILE
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER
546-1224

NOW APPEARING AT OUR
PIANO BAR TUES. THRU SAT.

"Gentleman Raconteur"

JOEL NASH

COME WHERE
THE ACTION IS!

DEFLATED PRICES

Vegge4 S

MON. THRU FRI.
5 P.M. TO 11 P.M.

95

Fried Chicken ...

SAUTEED

Chicken Livers ..Ma 95

BOILED

ShortRibs

(Continued from Page 20)
but is sold as drawn from
the freezer without harden-
ing.
ICE MILK which is made
from milk with a butterfat
content of about 4 per cent,
is also sold in a soft form.
Frozen custard has the
same content as ice cream,
but with added eggs. It is
cooked to a custard before
freezing. Sherbet is a frozen
food made of fruit juices,
sugar, stabilizer and milk
with a butterfat content of 1
or 2 per cent.
Ice cream on a stick is a
popular form of this des-
sert. Americans eat more
than one billion of these
bars each year, in addition
to about 16 quarts of ice
cream for each individual.
Ice cream is not fattening,
you can eat all you want. To
prove it . . . just don't
swallow.
THE HOT DOG got it's I
name . . . here we go again,
back in time to the St. Louis
World's Fair of 1904, the
vendors who sold hot sau-
sages which we know as
weiners or franks furnished
their customers with white
gloves because the - tidbit
was too hot to hold in bare
fingers. Too many custom-
ers forgot to lay down their
gloves when they finished
eating.
One day at the Fair one
such vendor lost all of his
white gloves before noon.
He was bemoaning his fate
to a baker friend who sud-
denly had - an idea. He went
back to his bake shop and
soon returned with a supply
of elongated rolls baked to
fit the long sausages.
The "Hot Dog" was born
but it was several years be-
fore it got its name. Vendors
at the Polo Grounds in New
York City called the franks
"Dachschund sausages".
During baseball games and
other sporting events, the
hawkers.cry of "red hot
dachschund sausages" in-
spired Tad Dorgan, the car-
toonist, to sketch a talking
sausage complete with feet
and tail. Taking their cue
from this popular cartoon,
the vendors shortened their
cry to "Hot Dogs".

$495

Steak w/Onions .411 95

Fillet of Sole

$495

All Dinners Are 4:nr

I-

ing Soup, Salad, Potato or Veget-
able, Coffee, Tea or Sanka
plus
Complete Selection of Fine Liquors
Steaks—Chops Seafood Bar-B-Q Ribs

LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
DINNER MON.-SAT., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

DAILY LUNCHEON
SPECIALS

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• Bar B Q Ribs
-• Pizza
.• Spaghetti • Chicken
• Ravioli - • Shrimp
• Sea Food Platter
• Lasagna
HOURS: MON. Aria THURS. 4 to 12 Mid.
Fri. 8. Sat. 3 to 2 a.m. Sun. 3 to 12 Mid.

4033 W. 12 MILE

Just E. of GrisonFutla

Berkley

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

Between 13 & H Mile

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

SPECIALS .DAILY

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

COMPLETE TRAY CATERING
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
357-5656

SUNDAY MORNING /
BREAKFAST

at the

352-7466

IS THE PERFECT WAY
TO START YOUR DAY
JOIN US
US
SUNDAY
FROM 9 A.M.

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lot

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

ALLAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners
DANCING MON.-SAT. FROM 10 p.m.
After Theater , I

JAZZ STYLINGS OF —
THE NEW

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

DANNY STEVENSON
TRIO

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*.• S • • •• •

$

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

DAILY HOURS: MON.-THURS., 7 o.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 17 p.m.
SUNDAY, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.


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4286 N. WOODWARD

MI6
1.111.1111.

1 1:30 a.M.-2:30 a.m. ._

Mon. thru Sat. 9 p.m.-2

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

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

85 1 -4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.

FOR COCKTAILHOUR,
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!'

DINER

TEL AVIV — The En-
glish line of cosmetic prod-
ucts, Outdoor Girl, has been
added to the line of beauty
aids produced by the Cos-
metics Center of Koor In-
dustries Food and Con-
sumer Goods Division.
Outdoor Girl cosmetics,
noted for high quality econ-
omically packaged, are al-
ready sold in many coun-
tries across the globe

At 12 Mile, Just

DANNY
STEVENSON
At The Piano Bar

548-3650

PRIVATE
BANQUET
F.4CILITIES

Famous "BIG" Tyme Sandwilk

JUNCTION

Cosmetics Added
to Koor Products

Off U.S. 696

Menu

BEER, WINE
AND
COCKTAILS

Get On The Ri ht Track:

JAVA

BNAI BRITH Blood
Drive was erroneously listed
in last week's Listening Post
column. Correct dates are
Monday and Tuesday, from
5-10 p.m. at Pepper School
in Oak Park.

27822 ORCHARD LAKE . RD.1

FRESH STUFFED

LATE EVENING
MENU

.

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY • DINING ROOM

SODA POP . . . It
would be difficult to guess
how many bottles and cans
of soft drinks are consumed
by the American public each
year, both sugar and sugar-
less, high and low calorie
. . . it has to be in the bil-
lions. It is interesting how-
ever that when carbonated
beverages were first put
into bottles they were sealed
with corks which frequently
released the carbonation.
A man by the name of
Charles Hutchinson in-
vented a bottle stopper, an
assembly of stout wire and
a rubber washer that you
sometimes still see on ci-
trate of magnesia bottles.
The act of pushing in the
stopper resulted in a "pop"
. . . and it is from this fa-
miliar sound that the "soda
pop" of years ago got its
name.
SPECIAL
OUR
THANKS to Margo Nei-
deck and Betty Fleetwood of
Irving's Deli who have taken
care of our breakfasts for so
many months. These amia-
ble girls are professional
waitresses in every sense of
the word and cover more
territory than any five wait-
resses put together. Keep
smilin! And to all restau-
rant personnel . . . yours is
a hard and sometimes
thankless job but keep smi-
lin' . . . we appreciate it.

itiw
ronum
errace

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