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February 13, 1976 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything



TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

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NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

IMO

BRUNCH & DINNER BUFFET

11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

CHILDREN UNDER 12
30( PER YEAR OF AGE

ADULTS $4.75

1. 01

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

17630 WOODWARD (4 FBIkRs.s N of 6 Mile)

.

Attendant Parking

869-3988

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

SUTTON DELI

23145 LAHSER AT NW CORNER OF 9 MILE
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

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

OMELETTE SPECIALS 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
• WESTERN • CHEESE
•MUSHROOM • ONION
• CORNED BEEF • SALAMI
•ETC. • ETC. • ETC.
SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS,
ROLL OR TOAST AND COFFEE OR TEA

75

COMPLETE TRAY CATERING
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
357-5656

DAILY
SPECIALS

Through

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March 31, 1976

MONDAYS
SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY

From Open To Close

Ali

CHOPPED STEAK

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato
Texas Toast & Beverage

TUESDAYS

RIB EYE
STEAK

Fres h , Crisp
Hot
S ala
Salad,
Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

q 49

$109

From 4 p.m.

CHOPPED
STEAK

Fresh Crisp
Salad, Hot
Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

THURSDAYS All Day

VEAL CUTLET
$i 39

Fresh Crisp Salad,
Hot Baked Potato,
Texas Toast

SATURDAYS All Day

1 J1

BONANZABURGER

99'

French Fries & Beverage
(Including shakes)

SUNDAYS All Day

2 SIRLOIN STEAKS

TWO COMPLETE DINNERS

Fresh Crisp Salads,
Hot Baked Potatoes,
Texas Toast

$399

THIS LOCATION ONLY

15640 W. 11 Mile Rd.

557-3237

CORNER OF GREENFIELD

FOR TWO

'

By Danny Raskin

ON
DEPENDING
Too had the Monday nigh-
WHICH night we cele- ters who went away hungry
brated the Chinese New couldn't have been at Hoa
Year . . . there were two Kow . . . There was enough
ways of saying "Happy New left over to feed the celebra-
Year" . . . Recent Monday tors who were probably too
night, the Chinese Mer- hungry to say "Happy New
chants Association had Year" correctly . . . (of
their annual wing ding at course the community-ites
Henry Yee's Forbidden City who "hammed" it up for the
in the Seville Hotel on Sec- TV cameras didn't care
ond . . . and it was "Kung whether they ate or not . . .
Hee Fat Toy." ,just so long as they were
Next evening, Hoa Kow in seen.)
Oak Park gave a printed
THE LOVING CUP with
menu with Gon Hay Fat Toi Marlene Hill is at the Vine-
on it.
yards Annex on Franklin
The Forbidden City shin- Rd. at Northwestern.
dig was overcrowded . .
WHEN SAM BOESKY
more than expected, and goes to one place three times
many people had to go out in a week for dinner,
to dinner after the "appe- chances are the food is
tizer size" courses . . . Egg pretty good . . . Jakk's on
drop soup with corn, cold Greenfield and 10 Mile was
duck with pineapple, chicken Sam's recent attraction.
with cashew nuts and
RICKY DEE, son of Sol
mushrooms, fried abalone Drapkin and nephew of
balls, beef with onions, fried Sally Fields, opens Feb. 17
rice with shrimp and beef, for an indefinite period at
bar-b-q ribs and fried perch the Bachelor Quarters Sup-
in sweet and sour sauce . . . per Club on E. 8 Mile Rd., a
Of the more than 200 people block west of Gratiot . . .
that waved at TV cameras, Songster Ricky, who has
about 75 joined in without written tunes for the Bea-
an invite . . . Nobody ate tles and Supremes among
until Mayor Coleman Young top name stars, will be
came in . . . then everybody songstress Lena Gordon and
"dug in" . . . but as the a back-up group called
plates were passed around "Mixed Company."
the crowded tables, you
MAIL DEPT. . . .
could see bottom long before from Dr. Emanuel J. Green
it got to your seat . . . At . . . "In reading this issue a
our table were Al Silber, great thought occured to
Diana Hawkins, James M. me. I am sure that not all of
Clift, Ernest Ostrow, Doris these people know and have
Lewis, Frieda Goldman, seen you as frequently as I
Martha and Sam Katz, Jean have. I am almost certain
and Ray Shapero and Allen that after they read your de-
Wallace.
scriptions of the meals you
Next night was a big dif- eat, which are very tantaliz-
ference . . . Plenty of good, ing, they picture you as one
wholesome food at Hoa Kow of those roly-poly guys
. . . prepared by Chen Lung with a great big tummy.
Fai, recently brought here Maybe you ought to take a
from Hong Kong as Dan full length picture and show
and Gene Woo's head chef them how a good, general
. . . His tantalizing dishes diet, and plenty of regular
which will be available as of activity keeps you as thin as
March 1 were brought in myself."
and it's been quite some
DID YOU KNOW . .
time since we've tasted bet- that some people bring their
ter Chinese food . . . Yen own food to restaurants?
War Hong (bird nest soup), . . . Their own sandwiches,
appetizers of Harrgow and too? . . . One fellow even
Sil Mai (shrimp and meat brings his own cup of cyffee!
each rolled in separate dum-
BE
WOULDN'T -
plings), Jar Gee Gui (Can- NICE . . . IF customers
tonese fried chicken), Ning tell the owner when food is
Moon Op (Lemon DUck), Jon good . . . IF the health de-
Sik Gow Lai (Beef Can- partments cracked clown on
tonese with cherries, pi- cooks with long hair.
neapple, cucumber, green
NEW MENU AT Fior d'
beans, carrots), Gow Yok Italia on Northwestern and
Sar Dee (Malaysia barbe- Franklin at 12 Mile now has
cued beef on wooden sticks) veal picante as a iegt.lar
Goo Low Yok (sweet and dish . . . plus a bunch of
sour meat), Young Chew other Italian goodies includ-
Chow Fun (Cantonese fried ing veal triesta, veal d' It-
rice) and moon cookies alia, fettucini Alfredo
made with coconut.
among many.
Neither Forbidden City
"I LOVE WHAT I
nor Hoa Kow had fortune LIKE" by Mel Ball is sure
cookies, which would have to hit the big time if heard
been a clever bit for the New by the right folks . . . It's
Year . . . Although each got everything . . . lyrics,
said Happy New Year in dif- bo.tncy rhythm and a lot
ferent ways . . . two things mo..e than some of the so-
are for certain . . . It's the called biggies that "bought"
year of the dragon . . . and their way to hitsville . . .
it's 4674 . . . At our table Next time at Yesterdays in
were: Oak Park Mayor Dave the Sheraton-Southfield,
and Fran Shepherd, Marge ask Mel and Colours to do it
and Gordon Pitcher, Coun- for you.
cilwoman Charlotte and
KITCHEN TIP . . .
Ben Rothstein, Councilman from Executive Chef Bil'
Sid and Jane Shayne and Fuller at the Sheratot -
Councilman Irwin and Fern Southfield . . . how to make
(Continued -oh Page 26)
Cohen.

Yondeff Brothers Return to Father

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Yondeff brothers, Dov 8,
and Menahem 9, have re-
turned to West Germany
and the custody of their
father, ending an emotion-
ally charged episode that
engendered angry contro-
versy in Israel.
The youngsters flew to
Frankfurt several days ago
on an El Al flight accompa-

The Camel asked for
horns one day, The ears he
had were taken away.
—The Talmud

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nied by their mother who
had brought them to Israel
in 1973 during divorce pro-
ceedings.
Their father, Joseph Yon-
deff of West Berlin, was
given custody of the boys by
a West German court.
When the Israeli Supreme
Court upheld the German
court's decision, a storm of
protest broke out in reli-
gious and nationalist circles
in Israel, entensified when
the youngsters twice res-
isted being placed aboard
flights to Germany.

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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

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MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.

BROILED WHITE FISH

•„•-•
: 1!

BAR-B-Q-CHICKEN

DINING ROOM
ONLY



• •

INCLUDES:
03'; HUGE RELISH TRAY, GREEK OR CHEF'S
SALAD OR COLE SLAW, GARLIC OR
REG. BREAD & FRIES


1,9

ENTERTAINMENT AFTER 2 a.m.
VINCE SHANE TRIO

Sorry—No Coupons Accepted For Specials

REGULAR HOURS: MON.-SAT., 5 p.m.-5 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

Also available: • Bar-B-Q Ribs • Fried Shrimps •
Shish J(abob • Home Made Desserts • Lamb •
Breakfast Menu • Sandwiches



20070 W. 8 MILE RD.

JUST WEST OF EVERGREEN

SOUTHFIELD
355-0077

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IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

299-4440

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MON., TUES. R. •
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7 a.m.-9 p.m.
WED. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
SUN., 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

$ DINNER SPECIALS
ciE
16 oz. SHORT RIBS

(Bar B-Q, Baked or Boiled)

including: salad, potato,
vegetable, bread
and butter

Available After 3 p.m.

$295

BROILED WHITE FISH

including: salad,
potato, vegetable,
bread and butter

Available After 3 p.m.

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24 Friday, February 13, 1976

$2 95 4f.

2 1°

QUALITY TRAY CATERING

FREE $298
per person
DELIVERY

SUNDAY PLATTER FOR TWO $4.95 FOR 2

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