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August 20, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-20

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22 Friday, August 20, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Dehoously Prepared for the
Descernmg Taste

LISTENING
POST

NEIGHBORS OF

Janice and Dr. Raymond
Katz on Leslie Crest off
Maple and Orchard Lake
Rd., may play follow the-
leader in beautifying their
property if any telephone
poles are on it . . . While
Ray held the ladder, Janice,
who was a college art major,
climbed up about 26 feet to
the wires and painted the
pole into a totem pole ... It's
not an eyesore now, says
Janice, who turned it into a
thing of beauty . . . After it
was finished, Janice called
Michigan Bell to find out , if
it was illegal . . . wanted to
get prepared in case she was
put in jail . . . Girl at Ma
Bell's just laughed . . . so
non-convict Janice is still at
large.
DON LARK, the bright
look at WJBK-TV, knows
his business . . . explains
the news as it should be . . .
so everyone can understand
it . . . and is the kind of guy-
who likes people and makes
friends.
EVELYN BRANT goes
from mall to mall selling
antiques, fine china and
jewelry . . . But what folks
don't know is that 75 per-
cent of the items are from
her's and hubby Lou's own
personal collection . . . It
was a question of moving to
a larger place Or getting rid
of the stuff . . . and they're
happy where they live . . .
But Evelyn and Lou will
have to move out of Oak
Park anyway since the ex-
pressway is coming through
their 101/2 Mile sector.
The house is like a
museum and people like at-
torney Morrie Brenner have
to tip toe among the fine
expensive pieces . . .
Evelyn's next sale will be in
the lower auditorium at
Somerset Mall, Big Beaver
in Troy, Sept. 13 - 18 . . .
Don't know if she'll ever get
rid of her collection . . . Lou
may be a plumber, but he
loves to keep buying an-
tiques!
THERE'S AN extra plus
with the illuminating per-
sonality of Sue Thomason,
cashier at Jax Kar Wash
on 10 Mile and Greenfield
. . . The customers like Sue
. . . always a smile and
kind word to say . . . Sue
sure makes a big difference!

THOSE WONDERING

where Lil Whitney is, the
former Trio hostess is now
selling real estate with the
Jules Klein Realty Co.
WE LIKE THAT new
record out . . . "Today Is
The First Day Of The Rest
Of Your Life" . . . Lot of
good words to it.

PATIENTS AT KERN

Hospital on Dequindre
between Eight and Nine,
mainly for foot surgery,
have to have good eyes and
ears if they want to enjoy
television . . . Tiny 4-inch

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

screens can only be heard
with an ear plug . . . Kern
Hospital is very modern,
but the TVs are black and
white toys.

RECENTLY HON-
ORED BY the Detroit

Historical Society, of which
he is retiring president, ad
man Leonard Simons
received a note from Rabbi
Samuel D. Silver, Temple
Sinai, Stamford, Conn. . . .
"Have I bounced-at my
observation that though our
country was started in 1776,
our present form of govern-
ment started with the in-
auguration of Washington
in 1789, which proves that
our country didn't really get
going 'til it was Bar Mitz-
vaed."

MYRA RICHARDSON,

retired Oak Park court ad-
ministrator, is back at Tem-
ple Kol Ami in West Bloom-
field . . . working again
with her best subjects -
people . . . From the seven
to 10 families Temple Kol
Ami started with, including
Myra as one of the earliest
members and founders, it
now numbers 230 families
. . . The Temple will have a
"Remarkable Sale," Sept.
19-20, from 10 a.m. to 3 pcm.
. . . with good, used rum-
mage being received Sun-
days 10 to 2, Aug. 22, 29 and
Sept. 5 and 12 . . . Temple
Kol Ami's kitchen is being
furnished by its gift shop:
selling books, toys, novelty ,
gifts, party invites and -
decor, etc. . . . plus im-.
printed Rosh Hashana.
cards.

SEEING SCENES . . .

Fellow working at a local
car wash saying, "Do you
want wax or just a plain
ordinary wash?"

THINGS WE'D LIKE to
see and hear . . . Somebody
give the news on TV or radio
about the good things that
are happening to people . . .
and there is plenty of it . . .
Who wants to keep hearing
that tragedy junk all the
time?

QUITE
LEGITIMATE

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE

RATED IN AAA
MAGAZINE, DETROIT NEWS &
DETROIT FREE PRESS
ONE OF TOP 10
RESTAURANTS IN DETROIT

DELIGHTFUL FOOD-GYPSY MUSIC
LUNCHES & DINNERS

DAILY & SUNDAYS

1-75 FREEWAY AT
SPRINGWELLS EXIT
Reservations: 843 - 5611

SUNDAY
BRUNCH

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
"One Of The Finest"

Blintzes - Bagels -
Scrambled Eggs -
Fresh Melon - Salad
Bar - Rum Raisin
Roll - Creamed
Chicken - Fruit
Jello Molds -
Orange Glazed
French Toast -
Swiss Cheese
Croquettes -
Parfaits - Tarts -
Cheese Cake -
Puddings - Cakes

Lox Available

Most of these
delicious items and
more appear each
week. Many say our
brunch is "the finest
in the area." We
know you will be
delighted to discover
this new and
beautiful Sunday
Brunch.

A

racket
going on at some hospitals
. . . You get a prescription
from a doctor . . . The item
is in stock at the hospital
pharmacy but they scrape
off the label, put on their
own with an "As Directed"
typed on and charge at least
twice as much what it can
be ordinarily gotten for at a
Hammerstein, Efros, Sen-
try or other good drug store.

`Company' Show
at OP Theater

Carol Rosenbym and
Mark Kramer will appear
in the musical "Com-
pany" 8 p.m. today,
Saturday and Aug. 2'3-28
at Oak Park High's Little
Theatre. Admission is
nominal.

adults
$ 4 2
5

$2 25

12 &
under

STOUFFER'S
NORTHLAND
RESTAURANT

"Across From The Inn"

569.D262

We Offer Group &
"Golden Ager Discounts"

the
roman
lermee
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

Every Fri. & Sat.

2 PLUS 2

ENTERTAINMENT FOR
LISTENING & DANCING

ANGEL'S

At 12 Mile, Just

Off U.S. 696

HOUR GLASS

85 1 -4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

1 8 800 W. MCNICHOLS

6 blks. W. of Southfield

538-4850

..)

SOMERSET
DINNER THEATRE
A Nen Simon Broadway Corned,

WEEK

• •

9 id

Dinner 7:30/Show 8:45
Every Friday & Saturday
Reservations 643-8865

sizecialobt964

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

.1fter Theater
Menu

CHARLES
BOLES
At The Piano Bar

FOR COCKTAIL HOUR
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.

RIALT0

SOMERSET MALL
Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy

SPECIAL STYLINGS OF

GARY PRIMO
DUO

MON. THRU SAT. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.

22740 WOODWARD

ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
'We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

AT 9 MILE
Ferndale 544-7933

PLENTY OF PARKING

COMPLETE FULL MENU . . . SANDWICHES - STEAKS - CHOPS -
SEAFOOD - CHILDREN'S MENU ,

SUNDAY DINING,

8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

RIALTO SPECIAL DINNERS

CREAM CHICKEN LEMON SOUP
40c, cup of soup 30
SHRIMP COCKTAIL
$2.25
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF w/au-jus, mashed potato
$3.95
CHOICE ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF w/au-jus, mashed potato
$2.95
ROAST LEG OF LAMB w/rice pilaf
$2.85
ROAST LEG OF VEAL w/dressing, brown gravy, mashed potato
$2.85
BAKED SWISS STEAK & Onion Sauce, w/mashed potato
$2.85
ROAST TURKEY w/dressing, giblet gravy, mashed potato
$2.50
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ROAST DUCKLING w/dressing, giblet gravy, mashed potato
$2.95
ROAST CHICKEN w/dressing, mashed potato, giblet gravy
$2.60
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS w/mashed potato, brown gravy -
$2.40
BABY BEEF LIVER w/onions or bacon, french fries
$2.40
GRILLED HAMBURGER STEAK w/onion rings and french fries
$2.75
FRIED CHICKEN w/french fries
$2.45
BBQ RIBS w/french fries
$4.25
BBQ CHICKEN w/french fries
$2.50
With The Above Dinners You Will Also Receive A Choice
Of Crisp Salad Or Vegetable

SEA FOOD DINNERS (available 7 days)

SURF & TURF w/salad, french fries
$7.85
BROILED AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER TAILS,
w/salad, french fries
$6.95
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
-
w/tartar sauce, mashed potato, salad
$2.75
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
$2.75
w/tartar sauce, mashed potato, salad
STUFFED FLOUNDER w/tartar sauce, french fries, salad ... $3.25
BROILED HALIBUT w/tartar sauce, mashed potato, salad... $2.95
BROILED PICKEREL w/tortar sauce, mashed potato, salad .. $3.25
FRIED LAKE PERCH w/tartar sauce, french fries, salad.... $2.95
FRIED CLAMS w/tartar sauce, french fries, salad
$2.50
FRIED SCALLOPS w/tartar sauce, french fries, salad
$2.50
FRIED SMELTS w/tartar sauce, french fries, salad
$2.50
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP w/cocktail sauce, french fries, salad $3.95
FRESH FISH AND CHIPS
$2.00
w/tartar sauce, french fries, cole slaw

ITALIAN DISHES (available 7 days)

VEAL PARMESAN W/SALAD
SPAGHETTI W/MEAT SAUCE
MEAT BALLS
RAVIOLO W/MEAT SAUCE
MEAT BALLS
MOSTACCIOLI W/MEAT SAUCE
MEAT BALLS

$2.75
$1.95
$2.50
$2.10
$2.40
$2.10
$2.60

• COCKTAILS-BEER-WINE

[CHILDREN'S PORTIONS
AVAILABLE

SANDWICHES, SALADS, DESSERTS
REGULAR MENU

Your Hosts: CHARLIE & FRANK PAPPAS
ALSO INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR
FAMOUS GREEK SPECIALTIES
S2.20
GREEK SALAD ... sma ll, $1 . 75 large
GREEK MOUSSAKA... (Baked Egg Plant)... V.95

• HOME COOKING • DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
• PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITY
• ENTERTAINMENT '76 & METRO COUPONS ACCEPTED

I

Low CALORIE DISHES

I

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
MON.-THURS., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. - FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Sun., 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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