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February 25, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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30 Friday, February 25, 1977



411MIi

THE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS







• INNIIM11

SUSSEX 114WSE

The Best of Everything

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 1 1:30 a.m.

MON., TUES. & WED.

PRIME RIB
DINNER Or
WHITE FISH
DINNER

$ 595

$6 75

559-3377

(Continued on Page 29)

THURS., FRI. & SAT.

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• N.Y. STEAK t
• SCROD
• SHISH KABOB NV

ALL ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE:
TOSSED SALAD, POT. OR VEG. & BEVERAGE

Sing-A-Long Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

BANQUET FACILITIES
L. WEDDINGS

FOR UP TO 225

• SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
■ •
: 4.......m. • .... ■ •■•■■ • ••• ■ •,•11

MON. & TUES. NITE

All The SPAGHETTI
YOU CAN EAT

THURS. NITE

PIZZA & WINE

RINKSIDE GONG-NITE

March 9th 9-12

5600 Drake Rd. at Walnut Lk. Rd. Just 2 Mile W. of Orchard Lk. Rd.

855-2770

Mon.-Fri. 4 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Sat. noon-2 a.m.
Sun. noon-10 p.m.
Public Skating, 8:30 to 10

Chef Milos
Recommends

From His
New Menu

RAINBOW TROUT MEUNIERE

Fresh Michigan trout

sauteed with lemon-butter.

10 Mile at Southfield Rd. 559-4230






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IP

ENTERTAINING? ... LET US DO IT FOR YOU!
■ ■ Heaping
Tray of Luscious Hot Ribs — Chicken —

. . . Alexander Woolcott's
While Rome Burns
Cocktail has one part
lemon juice, two parts
Medford- rum and one
dash of maple 'syrup . . .
Shake both well with
cracked ice and serve like
a Daiquiri . . . Pre-chill
glass.
LARRY STORCH at the
Frontier in Las Vegas,
told his audience off stage
that "My accountant tells .
me I shouldn't worry too
much about my tax re-
turn — I might get a sym-
pathetic computer."
SPEAKING OF income
tax time, isn't this truly a
melancholy period of year
as you think of all the
nice, deductible things
you could have done for
people in 1976?
NEW LOOK at the Rik-
shaw Inn at Orchard
Lake Mall, Orchard Rd.
and 15 Mile . . . Bossman
David Lum on weekends
wears sharp-looking
tuxedo and red tux shirt
with frills . . . and Assis-
tant manager Lennie Mil-
ler, also on weekends,
wears same thing . . .
Look like twins except
that Dave is a short
Oriental . . . and Lennie
taller and JeWish.
LAST TWO days to hear
Breezin', a contemporary
and pops group at Hotel
Pontchartrain - s Top 0'
The Ponch . . . Opening
Monday is The Vineyard,
its leader, Joe Rosanova,
and lea'd singer, Bart
Fiori, all on the Detroit
scene for . 1.0 years . . .
Other members of The
Vineyard are female voc-
alist Marty Helppie, Matt
Blazen, guitarist and
vocalist, and Barry
Steinberg, bassist and
vocalist.
OVERHEARD
IN
supermarket . . . "I've
got the ultimate diet — I
just look at food prices
and I lose my appetite."

Center to Show .
`Lost Horizon'



The film "Lost Hori-
zon - will be shown by the
Cultural Arts Depart-
• Shrimp
ment of the Jewish Com-
• French Fries
Fries .'otato Salad — Cole Slaw — Relishes
■ munity Center as part of
■ — Rolls
"Like the Good Old
■ its
Hot Hors d' Oeuvres Also Available

Days" series 3:30 and 7
■ EVERYTHING CartETE ... PLATES— FORKS — NAPKINS ■ p.m. Sunday in the Cent-
er's Aaron DeRoy Studio
■ Theatre.
Episode 10 of "Flash
• 26076 GREEfiViELD RD. IN LINCOLN CENTER •
■ Gordon Conquers . the
Home, Office & Factories

- and the car-
PO••••••••• 111•111111111•11••!, ' Universe
toon, "The Critic" also
will be shown. There is a
charge. For information,
call the Cultural Arts De-
partment, 851-7300, ext.
SCOTCH2 N SIRLOIN •


250.


Stereo Show Open
0 •1••••••••••••• •



CALL 968-1100

I

GROUCHO MARX ex-
plaining a divorce settle-
ment to reporters after
being nicked in court for a
million dollars . . . "It's a
community-property set-
tlement. She'll live off the
property and I'll live off
the community."

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

CHOOSE FROM

1_10 HAMBURGER GREATS _ I

JUNCTION

returned from a trip to Is-
rael, Sandy and Sherwin
Shreir were enthralled
with the scenic beauty
and food . . . For the Bat
Mitzva of daughter
Elizabeth, they decided
to have an Israeli disco
party led by the Israel
Ensemble . . . with songs
like an Israeli Virginia
reel- version called the
.Yesh Dance, among
others . . . It was held for
50 of Elizabeth's friends
at Esther Michael's Shiek
Restaurant downtown,
where Esther's food is so
much like that of the Is-
- raelis.
.DR, MIKE FRANK at
Henry Ford Hospital
wants to know if you
heard about the lady who
confused her birth con-
trol pills with her sacca-
tin tablets? . . . She just
gave birth to the sweetest
baby, says Mike.
THE ENTIRE chapter
on foreign cookery in
Alice's Restaurant Cook-
book, by Alice May Brock,
consists of the following
. . . "Don't be intimi-
dated by foreign cookery.
Tomatoes and oregano
make it Italian. Wine and
tarragon make it French.
Sour cream makes it Rus-
sian. Lemon and cinna-
mon make if Greek. Soy
sauce makes it Chinese.
Garlic makes it good. Now
you are an international
cook."

DR. ALLEN TESSER,

also at Ford Hospital, to
overweight patient . . .
"You can eat anything
you like. Here's - a diet of
you're going to

NOW APPEARING
THE GREATEST PIANIST

PAT FLOWERS

TUESDAY THRU SAT. FROM 8:30 p.m.

GREENFIELD AT JAMES COUZENS
OPEN 7 DAYS
342-5660

at Northland Inn

The Great Michigan
Stereo Show will take
place today through Sun-
day at Stouffer's
Northland Inn. There will
be special demon-
strations and seminars as
well as exhibits of the
latest audio equipment
available.
Hours are 5-10 p.m. to-
day, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday and 11 a.m. - 10
p.m. Sunday. There is a
charge.

EGGS & OMELETS SERVED IN A SKILLET

I.
I INN= S.
vim mi.
.41 mom.

DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE

576-1588 4286 N. WOODWARD



Between 13 & 14 Mile

Club Berkley

2729

WOODWARD AT 11 1 /2 MILE

542 - 9797

Welcomes Back Its

Old Friends of Many Years

• Baby Frog Legs•Turtle Soup • Dover Sole

• Fresh Seafoods • Steaks & Chops

Prepared By

Chef of Yesteryears

Club Berkley's Great

EZZIE HOLYK

OWNED & OPERATED BY
FRANK & FREDA BEDIENT

Open Mon. Thru Sat.
Entertainment Tues.-Sat.

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 1 2 Mile, Jvst .

Off U.S. 696

851-4094

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

Sfte-441106, 44

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

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

After Theater.
Menu

Piano Stylings
of

CHARLES
BOLES
At The Piano Bar

RAY KING

what

.

8:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.

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

As manager of the new Dry Dock Restaurant, in
Southfield. I would like to take this opportunity
and invite you to join us for Sunday dinner.

WE ARE NOW OPEN SUNDAYS AT NOON

what better time to relax and enjoy fine
Seafood prepared with care and served amid
nautical memorabilia.

.0 MEYERSON'S • • • • • • ••••■


FAMOUS FOR
BABY SPARE RIBS, STEAKS & SEA FOODS

• CHARBURGERS • STEAK & EGGS
• DELICATESSEN

DINER

HAVING RECENTLY

SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
SAME GREAT MENU!

We are proud of our new
place and we are certain
that once you dine with us,
the Dry Dock will become
one of your favorite Sunday
spots. YOUR MANAGER,

the
DOCK
i al &

STEAK
SEAFOOD
SPIRITS

• V

LUNCH: MON.— FRI. 1 1o.m.
DINNER: MON.— SAT. 5p.m.
ENTERTAINMENT: TUES.— SAT.

26855

Greenfield Rd.
Southfield

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