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October 28, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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40 Friday, October 28, 1983

The biblical source for the
mezuza is Deuteronomy 6:9
And thou shalt write

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

them (the commandments)
upon the doorposts of thy
house and upon thy gates."

DINNER THEATRE AT

r

T

he Best of Everything

eight full-size bakers sheet
trays full at all times —
oxygen tank was kept each tray held 113 portions
within three feet of her.
— almost 1,000 scoops. I
JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions
"I originated slicing lox also had to slice 30 dozen
presents
on a machine at Darby's. I bagels every Saturday for
Judith Ross's Comedy
passed the idea on to City the "after 10" a la carte. Our
Smoked Fish when it be- `kimmel' bread was made
AN ALMOST PERFECT PERSON
came too much for me to especially for us by the Na-
Group Rates and Performances Available
handle, along with my other tional Bakery — with
Reservations: 593-1234
Fri. & Sat. 8:30 P.M.
duties. I also originated the ground kimmel so the seeds
idea of portioning cream would not bother people
cheese with a one ounce ice with dentures.
"THE CLUB"
2ND FLOOR
cream scoop. I had to keep
"We- featured Vienna-
Wilno- products (corned
beef, pastrami, salami,
e1IVIIIPip.
franks, etc.) and I operated
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under orders from Sam
A
■■
A
CONSISTENTLY

Boesky to purchase nothing
VOTED


but the finest in quality —
price was no object.
"I trimmed the front
window with assorted
1
displays, I worked with
DETROIT FREE PRESS
waitresses on ordering
DETROIT NEWS

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procedures, made most
CHANNEL 7
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of the party trays 7— and

CHANNEL 2
i"

all because of the oppor-
AAA
p
tunity afforded me by
DETROIT'S ORIGINAL
working for Sam at Dar-
41■A►
by's.
SQUARE DEEP DISH PIZZA SINCE 1937
"I might also mention
that we were surrounded by
people who profited by the
fact that Darby's was so suc-
cessful . . . Charlie and Be-
rnie Robinson, Midgie and
Lorraine Meltzer, Shell Sta-
tion. State Flower Show,
Sam Litwin and family.
Wrigley Drugs, Iry Be-
linsky, Joe Rogoff and Larry
855-4600
NORTHWESTERN HWY. at MIDDLEBELT, Farmington Hills
Stein (pharmacy). Auster
Meats, Willie Auster. Bak-
ery, Jerry and Freda Weis-
man (they made ,our dinner
rolls fresh daily).
"Remind me sometime to
tell you the story of how
Edna (Meltzer) - Boesky,
Sam's wife of over 50 years
(I think), caught a busboy
leaving Darby's with a long,
six-pound salami in his pant
leg.
"Another little incident
concerning this so-called
`tough' man, Sam Boesky,
was an occasion when the
husband of one of our wait-
resses was held in the High-
land Park jail. He had been
stopped for a minor traffic
violation and found he did
not have a driver's license
on his person.
"Sam asked me to go to
the police station, gave
me enough money to bail
him out, and took off his
suit coat to go behind the
carry-out counter to help
out while I was gone. As it
turned out, someone else
obtained the release of
It's a fun-filled celebration from Chuck Muer,
the man in question. But
introducing a special menu with all sorts of fresh
this was the act of our
`father figure' — not just
seasteaks and filets —cooked in a unique, exciting
an employer.
way — on-the-char! Grilling sears in all the natural
"While on the subject of
juices, adds a delightfully different flavor and an
the carry-out department,
extra-tender texture — with fewer calories, too!
we did more business there
Our Char-Fest Menu includes Swordfish, Lake
than most other deli opera-
tions did in their entire
Trout, Cape Baby Blue Fish, Salmon and Halibut.
business. If you recall, I
And, Char-Fest dinners start at just $6.95.
used to purchase imported
Charley's Char-Fest ... for the tastes and good
candies, cookies, olives,
fruits, etc."
times of a summer cookout!

(Continued from Page 39)

HYATT REGENCY 0 DEARBORN

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According to the Talmud,
a plague that spread among
the students of Rabbi Akiba

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FROM

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DINNER FOR 2

MIX OR MATCH ANY ENTREE

(excluding strip steak)

95

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD,
ENTREE, POT., HOT VEG.,
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TASTE THE GOOD
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AT CHARLEY'S
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BANQUET FACILITIES

KENNY STONE does
his piano tickling these
days . . . during happy
hour time, 3 to 7 p.m. . . .
Thuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday . . at Gazebo
Lounge, Mound and 13
Mile.

between Passover and
Shavuot abated on Lag
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FOR
TWO!

PLUS OUR FABULOUS SPECIALS

From 3 p.m. Daily, All Day Sat. & Sun.

"INFLATION FIGHTER"

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Any 'Old Favorite Sandwich,'
Soup or Juice, Potato Salad or
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$395

"FRENCH CONNECTION"

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Good For Any Number of Guests 1
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Priced at $9.10

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COMEDY CASTLE

FRI., OCT. 28 THRU SUN., OCT. 30

. TUES., NOY. 1
WED., NOV. 2 THRU SUN., NOV. 6

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From Ws "Bosom Buddies"

NEW TALENT NIGHT
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Royal Oak

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