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August 13, 1976 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-13

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THE' DETROIT JEWISW NEWS

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••- — — —-.

Ator-

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1-le who claims to be sup-
ported by his own merits,
should be reminded that he
is supported by the merits
of others.
—Ralmud

The stranger that sojour-
neth with you shall be unto
you as the home-born
among you, and thou shalt
love him as thyself.
—Leviticus

SUMIKO'S

a Mese

RESTAURANT

Visit A Bit of Japan — Open 5-10 p.m., Closed Tues.
• Japanese Cuisine • Hot Sake & Cold Beer
Free Parking In Rear
2421 E. MICHIGAN AVE. (2 Blks E. of Ypsilanti)

Ypsilanti

For Reservations

1485-3981

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

10 HAMBURGER GREATS

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE
SAME GREAT MENU!

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

EGGS & OMELETS SERVED- IN A SKILLET

DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE

576-1588

4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mile

_ TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

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MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

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SUNDAY BUFFET
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adults . . . $4.75

*11E-S.7":
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PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

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

Attendant Parking

For Reservations

Did you know that the finest restaurant
in the city is only 15 minutes
from where you're hungry.

We have Champignons Imperial, Duck Au Grand Marnier, Sweet
reads Madeira, Stuffed Rainbow Trout, as well as entrees of the
Breads
hearty American fore, generous and juicy steaks. Together with a
unique assortment of fine wines, complimented by our carefully
blended mushroom appetizers — it's a meal to entice any and all
. . . and only 15 minutes from where you're hungry.
10 Mile at Southfield Road — 559-4230

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Nunn iCePage's

.14uirt's Oak

NEW YORK STRIP OR
FRESH LAKE PICKEREL

Includes: Soup or Juice • Trip To
Salad Bar • Bread & Bagels
Coffee, Tea or Milk

$ 4 95
per person

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS

Dancing Mon. Thru Sat. In

CRACKERS
DISCO


1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection
at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)
Reservations Suggested: 624-6660

OP Youth Attends Writers' Parley

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 26)
four fellows from Laurel,
Miss., and a sidekick from
Franklin, Pa., could set
Motown on its ear with
the likes of "Mammy,"
"Dixie" and "Swannee -
. . . with its leader hav-
ing a master's degree in
musical comedy . . . It
happened last spring
when Fancy Music made
their debut in Detroit . . .
Now the group has re-
turned to play through
Sept. 4 at Top 0' The
Pontch in Hotel
Pontchartrain . . . All in
their 20's, the group plays
music of the 20's, 30's and
40's with a contemporary,
up-beat twist.
They do a disco dance
set, show set, dance set
and show again until 1
a.m. in the 25th floor,
glass-walled supper club.
Leader of the group and
lead singer is Tom Elias,
owner of the musical com-
edy masters . . . A year
ago, all but Tom were in
rock groups . . . Now the
transition to dance music
and shows is proving well
received . . . No doubt
their tendency to be too
loud behind Tom's sing-
ing will be corrected . . .
The group is very ver-
satile, with fine arrange-
ments both dance and
show . . . Their versatility
abounds from soft disco to
show tunes like "If You
Knew Suzie," "I've Got
Rhythm," "Blue Skies,"
and Al Jolson and Judy
Garland medleys . . .
among a wide range for
their pleasurable sounds.
Between watching the
Goodyear blimp, the sun-
set lowering itself be-
neath Detroit's skyline,
having a delightful
dinner and listening to
Fancy Music, we looked
at the room Chuck Muer
paid $200,000 to trans-
form with 60 less seats
. . . $42,000 of that dough
is wrapped up in a com-
puterized cocktail mixer
that can deliver any of
124 drinks at the push of a
button in 1.8 seconds . . .
Relocation of the
bandstand and dance
floor back to the bar area
separates, to a great ex-
tent, the music and action
areas from the dining
space.
That computerized
cocktail mixer, by the
way, also tallies the cus-
tomer's bar check while
mixing the drink . . . and
a seven-ingredient drink
is mixed in virtually the
same time it takes t mix a
Scotch-and-water.
IRWIN WEISS, at Orig-
inal Esquire
Delicatessen-Restaurant
in Harvard Row, 11 Mile
and Lahser, is a gourmet
cook in his own right . .
but wanted us to try the
calves liver sauteed in
mushrooms and onions
that are served regularly
at the restaurant . . .
Quite a buy for $4.50 . .
juicy, tender and well
prepared . . . This, the
veal parmigiana ($3.95)
and other dinners are
Original Esquire special-
ties by Irwin and Harry
Weiss . . . "Bread to delis
come only 70 percent
baked,'' says Harry. "We

The son of Mr. and Mrs.
- Barry Jaffe will attend
the 10th Cranbrook Writ- Eugene Jaffe, of Kenosha
ers' Conference through Ave., Oak Park, Barry is a
Sunday in Bloomfield student at Wayne State
Hills. University.

finish it off with our own
baking process. -
Ii IM MILLER, eve-
ning hostess at the Clock
on Southfield and 10 Mile,
is the daughter of Ber-
nice and Mel Miller . . .
Two eggs at the Clock are
80 cents . . If you want
toast, it's 30 cents more.
ENTERTAINMENT
NOW on Friday and
Saturday evenings, at
Carmen's Fior d' Italia,
12 Mile and Northwest-
ern, is the Danny Steven-
son duo with Patty Haak
on vocals . . . 9 p.m. to
1:30 a.m.

Detroit & Suburbs Most
Elegant Restaurant

115 E. Long Lake Rd. at tivernois Res.: 879-6810

COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS—MON. THRU THURS.

* PRIME 12 OZ. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK
$4.95
* PRIME TENDERLOIN TIPS Ala Burgundy,
Over Bavarian Noodles
$4.50
* BAR-B-Q RIBS The Original Squire's Table Recipe)
$4.75
* SEAFOOD ALA GOURMET (Broiled Danish Lobster, Steamed

GAYLORD & HOLI-
DAY, fine comedy and

song team, is at the
Carousel, Grosebeck
Hwy. just north of 15
Mile, Mt. Clemens . . .
Gaylord & Holiday, when
they were known as The
Gaylords, turned out
many million sellers, in-
cluding "From the Vine
Came the Grapes," "Lit-
tle Shoemaker," "Isle of
Capri - and "Arrividerci
Roma" . . . Detroit is
their hometown, and the
funny lines they put into
their routines give them
a natural leaning toward
comedy.
BOB
"MR. SAX"
SNYDER holds his an-
nual birthday party, this
Sunday, at Golden Coach,
Van Dyke and 12 Mile . . .
$10 includes dinner, a
drink and lots of enter-
tainment . . . with pro-
ceeds going to charity
(usually one ignored by
other fund raisers.)
CONSUMER RE-
PORTS SAYS . . . "To get
the most out of any bot-
tled or canned juice, pour
it back and forth from its
container to another one
several times before serv-
ing. Just airing the juice
will improve the flavor.
After a can or bottle has
been opened, store re-
maining juice in the re-
frigerator, covered, and
use it up within a few
days. It's safe to keep
canned juice in its can. -

Alaskan King Crab Legs, California Dungeness Crab,

$7.95

Jumbo Shrimps, Clams Casino, Oysters Rockefeller)

THE ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: A REWARDING TRIP TO OUR BOUNTIFUL SALAD
BAR • SOUP OR JUICE • LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BREADS AND BAGELS •
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
No Coupons Accepted For
Private Banquet

• •
These Specials
Facilities Available

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • •


COMPLETE
DINNERS
• •

.:



7 NIGHTS A WEEK


• •


• • • N.Y. STRIP STEAK



• • • • PRIM E RIB
per pers. • •

NO
• •
• • • BAR-B-Q RIBS
COUPONS •


INCLUDES: SALAD BAR, POTATOES AND BREAD

• • •

BASKET (Garlic or Regu ar)

• •
OPEN 5 TO 10 p.m. ENTERTAINMENT • •

10

50

OPEN 5 to 4 a.m.

MON., TUES.
TIL 4 a.m.
• WED. THRU SAT.
FRI. & SAT.

& SUN.

COMPLETE BREAKFAST MENU







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71 W. 8 MILE
JUST
W.
OF EVERGREE
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tte

DIMITRI'S
316 N.

ROYAL OAK

Kenneth Kelter, 16-
year-old Southfield
pianist, will be guest sol-
oist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra
8:30 p.m. Thursday at
Cobo Hall.
Kelter will appear as
part of the Symphony's
"Cabaret at Cobo - series,
Tuesday through Thurs-
day.
Kelter is the son of Mrs.
Eileen Kelter of Birmin-
gham and Don Kelter of
Southfield, and the stu-
dent of Maryan Fleisher
Abramsohn of Southfield.

2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile

542-4880

NOW FEATURING A
COMPLETE LEGAL WEIGHT
WATCHERS ICE CREAM MENU

• FROSTED TREATS • PARFAITS • SUNDAES
• BANANA SPLITS • ETC. AND
FULL 10-CAL • BREAKFAST • LUNCHES • DINNER

OUR OWN SPECIAL LO-CAL CREAMY GARLIC DRESSING
AVAILABLE FOR BOTH DINING AND TO TAKE OUT

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK — 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU GREEK DISHES & SALAD

Women Exhibit Art

• WHITE FISH • BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN
STEAKS AND CHOPS

PLUS OUR EVERYDAY GOURMET DINNERS

LUNCHEON SPECIAL

MON. THRU FRI.

SOUP OR JUICE, ENTRE,
BREAD & BUTTER, COFFEE



11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

$205

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FOR THE FIRST TIME!

Woodward,













PHONE •
355-0077 • •

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Student to Solo
With Symphony

"By the Hands and
Minds of Women, - an
exhibit of work by Michi-
gan women, will be shown
today through Sept. 11 at
the Art Thou Woman gal-
lery of the Feminist Wo-
men's City Club.
The exhibit will oepn
with a reception at 7 p.m.
today in the city club.

Friday AUguitf 11, 1976 27 .

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