Independent from Long Beach, California on March 19, 1976 · Page 43
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 43

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 19, 1976
Page 43
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L.n.e.«ii.c.iH..Fri.. »; INDEPENDENT (AM) -.'.:·" April 1. 2, 3. 4 Only ·television's premier comedienne/aclress. seen regu- j . .'1ar|y on the popular "Hollywood Squares" as well as * - ;-."The Doris Day Show" and re-runs ol the classic "Dick L.Van Dyke Show", brings her highly successful and en- I iygrjjainintj night club act lo Southern California's premier -·supper club. Backed by the Richard Pulin Orchestra, the - ^tSteational Rose Marie will present one show (7:30 -p.m.) on Thursday and Sunday, and Iwo shows (7:30 - p'rn. 4 10:00 p.m.) on Friday and Saturday. Early reser- · ,'vatipns are suggested: (714) 531-1232 226 S. Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana CUflfiENTLV APPEARING In Ihe Mam Showroom (except April 1-4): Kimo KanS and the Kanebreakers In the East-West Lounge: Leon Malia 01 Pacific Gwst Highway Ttrr;incc, Calif. · Phone 378-8358" tUWftlllN t INTCRNtTIOML SHOW ENTfRTAIN. MENT * COMPLHE DINNER AND SHOW * NO COVER NO ADMISSION CHARGE LAST WKEND ALIIS· OPENS TUE. MAR. B, HAWAII'S ARTHUR LYMAM J FAMILY RESTAUKANT -. OPEN 24 HOURS LUNCH* DINNER · STEAKS · SANDWICHF* · SEArOOD · CHICKIN MOFFETTS CHICKEN PIES ·"·' V ' 16504 UAKEWOOD BLVD. BELLFLOWER 925-5061 1409 S.BALDWIN ARCADIA 447-4670 [" TUESDAY SPECIAL! -TOP SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER I -WEDNESDAY SPECIALI VSPENCER STEAK DINNER THURSDAY SPECIAL! QTFAK-A-ROR on*tr«t And bed of net. | gJa^S^fi- trt*. .!£..«, ·it Iriw x Shfipgrl Plenty of fresh swordfish steuk at Ken's Owner-host Bill (Ken) Snodgrass is photographed against unusual artistic modern ceiling in dining room at Ken's Restaurant, 3918 Ix)ng Beach Blvd., open for luncheon, dinner and cocktails. F r e s h swordfish was scarce a few years ago, but Ken's now has a big supply. The large swordfish steak is served on the dinner with creamy tartar sauce, soup or salad, potatoes, loaf of hot bread, butler, beverage and dessert. Also served are pepper steak, other steaks and seafoods, hot sandwiches and daily specialty entrees. -Staff Phoiu $240! ··· DAILY BREAKfAST "' ^ SPECIAL · Smtii i AM. £JO ***· 3 Hoi'Cakes I Egg tAnr «t* 2S.iuiig« MONDATSftCHl PRESSURE COOKED W2 CHICKEN Wi*h KHJCJ jnd ii"al. A* * t choice ol drr-sung. C *· 5 choice ol poiJtocs. P 1 t jePoimMrgo. ' h "- [CTt|| ^ 85 IOOO MSO fMfAIID IO LO 2790 E. WILLOW-SIGNAL HILl llUmplt 427-8440 ELEGANCE WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE ESSEX ARMS 195 DINNERS TRY OUR Delkkxjs / Prime Rib * AuJirt APPEARING THUR., FRI-, SAT., SDK. The Fabulous and Renowned EDDIE DAVIS QUARTET pAqci.w.* glEAT jNTHTAtfHgNT. f .W.CpVER 2916 W. LINCOLN, ANAHEIM.827-2040 . SAME OWNERSHIP SAME MANAGEMENT SAME DELICIOUS SEAFOOD We Changed «m^ Our Name To SEA FOOD BROILER ^J Jfcteffii o^^^s--^^^ From "The Fish Cooker" om 11 A.M. ^ utaurwrt Trom I 1 A.M.IJ .uV^Wi r.~^* MorVrt tr,m 10 A.M. fc£°'focv. j*" Watch Ui Cook SEAFOOD RESTAURANT ALSO FRESH SEA FOOD MARKET Wood Charcoal Broiler - Lunch - Dinner 4333 CANDLEWOOD ··· 5545 RtSIDA BLVD. Oppo*. UJ-wood C«*r rfMfe W" Ufa Lon't · 614-FISH By TEDD THOMEY A LONG OVERDUE TRIBUTE TO MILDRED ELCE -- I am covered with shame and humiliation. In my recent articles praising the reopened Tenderloin restaurant. 4363 Atlantic Aviv, I mentioned many of (he employes who hiive worked Iherc a long time. But 1 left out the name of H ildred Elce. I was scolded, with justification, by one of her daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Hill of Wilmington, who wrote: "I have read your articles in the Press-Telegram for a long while. Can you imagine my disappointnicnl when you wrote an article on the Tenderloin and did nol even mention VI ildred Rice, my mother's name? Then a second article appeared and slill no mention of her name! H wouldn't have bothered me if she had been a new employe. But to work at Welch's restaurant and the Tenderloin for a total of 19 or 20 years - it was very disappointing!" Mrs. Hill added: "And we know she makes the best salads, breads, rolls, and (or that matter, any food! Just ask any of her 11 children and 32 grandchildren. Thank you." In addition to her own name, Mrs. Hill signed the letter with the names of her brothers and sislcrs, Gary Elcc, Dale Elcc, Merrill Elce Jr., David Elce, Carolyn Hinds, Barbara Smith, Linda Tucker, George Elce. Doran Elcc and Donna Allie. In a P.S., she mentioned that "four of the children have worked part and fntlllmc at Welch's and the Tenderloin. .." 1 was so overwhelmed by her loiter that I immediately pleaded giiilly. Somehow during my scads of visits to Welch's (now deceased) and the Tenderloin, I failed lo meet VI ildred, even while touring their kitchens. She musl be the quiet, unobtrusive type who slays in the background. I have since learned from (he Tenderloin's owner, Arnold Vann, that Mildred is a fine employe who makes fine salads. I have eaten many of her salads. They are always great. I can't really make up for omitting M ildrcd's name all these years. Bui I'll Iry. The least I can do is mention her I!) or 20 times: VI ildred Elce, \1 ildred Klce, (Cont. Next 1'agc) fINf fOOOS · C O C K T A H S Come As You Are foaturlng . DELICIOUS LUNCHES · . SUPERB DINNERS . . COCKTAILS . ISunday Morning Brtakfatt from 9 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11 A.M. TO U P.M. 3918 IQNG BEACH BLVD. · GA 6-2336 Mighty Inn, in Ihe Trac/ilj'cw of Old Britain For CHOICE PRIME RIB Entertainment Nightly In our Pub Luncheon · Oirrw « Parties Beach Blvd. at Westminster Weslminsler (714) 892-3308 DELUXE CHAMPAGNE SUNDAY BRUNCH PIZZAS CHOUSE Serving Great Pino and Firxs Italian Food lor over 16 years. Ml . lavlol! · laM|ix . M.nk.rtl . lljotonl .^.l.ll Ck.l4r«a i »I*H Atso roe* TO »o 599-1080 ' t m »* t o ) o ^ M i/i. («t. · i? IT.. ICjNO »t»CM BEEFEATER MARTINIS PKXHIISUJI k OAUir B A HAVEN fO« WHUItS AND WIArr C8CW MtMUtS WllcwiM Abntrd 5233 CLARK AT CANDLEWOOD LAKEWOOD 634-9217 STOX lunch -- dinner cocktails -- dancing I IDS east katellaave. anahoim Fuente ron i iKi:-inAi)HKiMAi. MI:XK:ANCUI:UMI: AMD I:NTI:HTALNMI:NT MU;;IC HY :i. MAiiiAi'iii T.AM MAitr-o:; C/M)H'I (I.IH/ i?.im VAIJKY.VHW - o . v BBQ RIBS Finest in Lonfl Botxli £ord/(cnrus ars CHEF'S SUNDAY COUPON SPECIAL PRIME DIB · HALIBUT STEAK $ OR FRIED SHRIMP DINNER Soup Salad, Baked Potato, Vegetable, Strawberry Shortcake. Children »3.W '4.95 Live Entertainment Wed. thru Sat. .1090O los Alamltoi Blvd. UAIomltM 598-7404 Complcle ITALIAN CUISINK from 82.85 · DINNERS · PIZZA · BEER · WINE ALSO FOOD TO GO rHOr^E O*DCH lEAOr O4 AltlVAL OfEN 5 r M OAXV -- ClOStD OIESOAT rA«K»4O IH «A« .\47J2 E. Jnd St.,Belmonr Shore Phor»4M-eW3/.J GARDEN GROVE BLVO GARDEN GROVE HOST EOMOND CKEF PIERRE CLOSED «ONOAV PIZZA · Great Salads · Special Sandwiches · Chicken Cacclalori and Ravioli Dinners · Meat Ball Sandwiches 21608 S. MOtWALK BLVD. HAWAIIAN GARDENS 840-5541 Come In and Visit our Newly Redecorated MAYAN LOUNGE done in a new Aztec Concept Now Appearing IMA UVGRANGE-TUE.-SAT. MIKE HARRIS LAKtWOOO «.VT. ot WIUOW, IONO BEACH Vnit tr* Mjr«i ffotvn for Ouilnf · COCKTAJU SAT. NTTl SPECIAL TERIYAKI BEEF BROCHETTE :». Soup '4.25 EXNIE WOOOtUM U1. MOOM H 1 AJM. CUMV WK « L WIUOW. L«- 4U-M«9 250 f. Fsu/lk Slftit ent »«ccli · Ht 2 9522 A- *·' T . · MEAKFAST ^ Known all over for our Fan- UIIKtf · MMBI tastic Bakery and Fresh De- SIIACXS I licalessen Gourmet. Party »*«./! T ' ^-^^ Trays. 10900 lot AJ«TMK,'Bfd, ln AlcxrwKH (213) 431-1321 203 \m C»rHr1 Shc^pioB CM^. Cyrito, (213) 924-3338 Superb Continental Dining lljn'ft °* Wodci) Prices UMCHEOKS · DIMEAS . COCKTIILS Our Deluxe Spetial -- Your Choice of JO2S «!"·' $045 W or CIS w French Riviera ·** I 2688 SOUTH ST. 531-1367 N % varieties 0 /-/ s ' Le Monaco i T A I I . S DiS^TTtS NW.IOl.y 5 » « l O f M FOR RES. 377^775 M75 f«OS V1«MS 0«M WEST 3 Wlli WtST Of VUUiMllAND HJNOAT CHAMVAOMI UVMCH H A M . v 7 f M · *#H1 · IK08WHG CONSWTAm IM 0»WN lICMg^ .- ·" 422-0972 from L.A. 636-7516 Olafr Hamburg* r» --Homemade Plej -- Home Cooking Tnn -SHOOT «l«l *2,70 ·» -CHKJfEH HIWPtMOt 12.78 Tkrr-SMOST »I«S $2.71 f n · luu T«rtn v ro K J2.70 Sew, tyrx. V^rwU,, ,A t t«Mn I Opt. ; HM.-7-M tM. 7-Oar. \fm A FAMILY R E S T A U R A N T "SEAFOOD PINNERS AT T H E I A B E S T " S ' N C E 1T7t tTH LOHO 6FACH f LVD , LD*40 ftRACH fr»9 jf«Jtat4f HI MM* HOUSE OF THE LARGE SHRIMP COCKTAIL DELICIOUS CHOICE STEAKS AND LOBSTER YOU COOK THE STEAK AND WE COOK THE LOBSTER . . . Stwk « Ubsfer Dinnen f / Cocktail* f , O T *2 7 5 l c -*4 7 S J* V I 1 I 5 E V/ADWOW COAO. IONG 8EACH GA 7-7856 Otxn Do** 10 o m to 2 o "i D.wnrv S«'td 'til 12 30 o n . f ooo to rfi FREJM FI1H MARKET 7S1M^.*V V*' *··"· ««"

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