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December 03, 1976 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS

34 Friday, December 3, 1976

PLAN YOUR NEXT
AFFAIR AT
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The Best of Everything

B3 DANNIRASKIN

THERE ARE PLENTY
of happy Hollywood mar-
riages, writes Larry Dic-
tor from Los Angeles . . .
and most of them take
place in the movies filmed
there . . . which re-
minded Larry of the
Specializing In;
much-married Hollywood
lassie who was described
• Bar Mitzvas
as a good housekeeper
• Bat Mitzvas
. • • "With every settle-
• Sweet Sixteens
ment she keeps the
• Banquets
house!"
• Showers
In Hollywood, says
• Parties For All
Larry, a 'silver wedding
Occasions
anniversary means the
25th husband . . . When
you're invited to a Hol-
ExCellent Facilities Available For
lywood party, the invita-
Wedding Ceremony and Reception
tions read, "Admit bearer
and one wife."
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
When a Hollywood
bride walked into her new
home, she turned to her
husband and said, "Jack,
darling, this house looks
familiar. Are you sure we
haven't been married be-
fore?"
Marriage in Hollywood,
writes Larry, is sufficient
grounds for divorce.
His favorite is about
two agents meeting on a
Hollywood street and one
said, "Hey, what are you
so down in the mouth
at 9 Mile
for?"
. . . His friend
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-7933
. answered, "It's that new
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'client of mine. How would
you like to represent a
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"
client that sings like
COMPLETE FULL MENU
Crosby, wiggles like Pre-
sley, fights like John
SANDWICHES — STEAKS — CHOPS —
Wayne and acts like Mar-
SEAFOOD — CHILDREN'S . MENU
. lon Brando?' . . . His
- -fend said, "Are you
• HOME COOKING • DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
screwy? Why, you'll make
• PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITY • COUPONS ACCEPTED
a million bucks with a guy
like that!" . . . and the
COCKTAILS — BEER — WINE
other agent said, "Guy
INVITE YOU TO TRY THEIR FAMOUS •
nothing, ya .dope, it's a
girl!"
BOTH PLACES, At-
rium and Bobbies on
Telegraph have been
closed. -
Includes
RUMOR AGAIN ,crops
.up . . . this time very
Tarter Sauce, Mashed
strongly, that Tunnel
Potato and Salad
Bar-B-Q of Windsor, will
locate in' Detroit in the
OPEN 7 DAYS . . . MON.-THURS., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
northwest area . . .
FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. SUN., 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Latest site talked about is
CdiEK JALAD
BREAKFAST
OUR SPECIALTIES
in the Northwestern-12
SPECIAL
SPINACH PIE
Mile region.
.ALL DAY SUNDAY
BAR-B-Q RIBS
M I USSAKA
Also ,nearing a north-
$2
25
LOW CALORIE DISHES
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
west locale wrapup is
Buddy's Pizza on Conant

and E. Six. Mile.

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your table

EVERYDAY DINNER MENU

IN ADDITIO N: MON.-THURS.

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Southern Fried CHICKEN
Batter Fried FISH FILLETS
and other items

SUNDAY ONLY

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Deep-Se a SCALLOPS
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ROASTED
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DINNERS INCLUDE: SALAD BAR,
HOT VEG., HOT POT., ETC.

or

Adult Dinner
Children
Under 10
Children
Under 5
Children
Under 2

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25101 Telegraph
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Southfield

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4 p.m.-9 p.m.
Fri.-Sat., 4-10 p.m.,
Sun., Noon-9

BIG NEWS AT China
City Restaurant on 12
Mile and Telegraph . . .
New owners are May
and Stephen Tom Hon, a
couple of nice people who
folks will enjoy dining
with . . . When the owner
himself works in the
kitchen, you know the
food will be good, and it is
cooked by Stephen . . .
Prices have also been
lowered to where they
should be.
Neither May nor
Stephen are newcomers
to the northwest, having
worked in an area
Chinese restaurant prior
to buying China City . . .
Both went from Hong
Long to Trinidad and to
Detroit nine years ago.
We had dinner there by
candlelight recently . . .
power had gone out in the
Telegraph-12 Mile locale
. . . Even the cooking was
by candlelight . . . But the
Hong Kong delicacies
were very tasty (abalone,
soup, - steak, breaded fish.
etc.) . . . Lights came back
on about a half-hour later
and the romantic atmos-
phere turned into a
better-to- see- you with -
thing.
China City's regular
fare is much better than
before . .. also the exotic
dishes such as we had . . .
plus crispy chicken,
lemon chicken, Peking
duck, fried squab, etc ...
And the prices are very
much within reason now
. . Most people don't
mind paying a little extra
for good food, but they
don't like mediocre cook-
ing at rip-off prices.
Neither is the case at
China City anymore . . .
Nice people like May and
Stephen Tom Hon don't
know about such prac-
tices . . . They're real
down-to-earth people who
want only to earn a living
and stay in business fora
long time . . . With this
attitude, they can't miss.
RAZZMATAZZ Revue
every Saturday at
Zubok's, Michigan's only
kiddie night club, on
Greenfield between War-
ren. and Ford Rd., has
Eddie Jaye with his pup-
pet Crow Carlton and
George Young . . ..plus a
special menu for chil-
dren's tastes . . . Show-
-times are 12:30 and 2:30.
CAN'T MISS finding
Andrea's now in the
Clausen Bldg. on Nine
Mile . . . A large canopy
signals the entrance ac-
ross from Providence
Hospital to this clean,
self-serve restaurant.
Dishes include Greek
and American . . . but on
a recent day, there was
•chop suet' . . . Asked bow
it was, owner Andy re-
- plied, "The best made by a
Greek, If you don't like it,
don't pay." . . . After one
forkful, the customer was
willing to pay even more.
RECENT GAY 90's and
Roaring 20's party 'at
Town and County Club on
Southfield brought out
some of manager Dave
Fekay's culinary artistry
. . . Author of the book,
"Sensuous Kitchen,"
Dave in tails, mixed a de-
CftWar s*i.d'1s4t/.1

berschein, entertainment
chairman at Town and
County, picked a big win-
ner in his selection of the
Will-O-Way Players doing
pantomime to records of
barbership quartets and
group singing a la yes-
teryears .' . . Then plenty
of dancing to the record-
ings . . . old tunes, show
tunes, Latin American
. . . and, hey, where did
the disco music come
from? . . . Or has mom
been holding' out on us
about her dancing ways
of years back?
LOCAL YOUNG man,

humorous patter as our
waitress brought forks
being chilled in ice.
While making a flaming
steak sauce, Dave said,
"The recipe is 85 years
old, not the ingredients"
. . . The he proceeded in
another pan to make his
own concoction of flaming
Steak SqUire and flaming
veal . . . plus flaming
lobster tails . . . Dave's
elegant presentation was
enhanced even more by
an exotic deliciOuSnegs
that made taste buds
tingle with sparkling de-
light.
It was a very entertain-
, ing evening . . . Joe Sil-

,

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Howard Buten, Ben's

(Continued on Page 35)

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