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November 23, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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Char-Grill House Opens at Northland

Detroit restaurateur Joe Au- or dinner, the new Northland
ton along-. with his partners, restaurant will feature char-
J. R. Pieters and Ray St. Pierre, grill flavored 6-ounce ground
announce the grand opening of steaks, plus a complete variety
Char-Grill House, located in the of quickly-prepared snacks and
heart of Northland.
sandwiches.
"Char-Grill House's menu will
Char-Grill House will be open
feature everything from "A bun Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays
to a banquet—a sandwich to a and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to
steak." Specialties of the 10 p.m., and Tuesdays and
"House" will be a wide variety Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6
of char-grilled foods prepared p.m. It is located facing park-
before the customer's eyes in ing lot "D" in Building "B" just
an open-hearth grill. Steaks, north of the J. L. Hudson Com-
chops, salads with special gour- pany in Northland Center.
met dressings, home-made
soups, and dozens of unique
The typical new car buyer is
desserts will provide Northland 35 to 44 years old, has an in-
shoppers with full course meals come of $7,000, and is likely
during all shopping hours.
to have one or more children
For lighter snacks at lunch under ten years old.

with average of 172. or better
It ., is • easy to acquire an
for top division of Pisgah Bnai enemy, but it is difficult to
Brith Bowling League , Teams acquire a friend.—The Talmud,
bowl Thursday evenings, 9 p.m., Yalkut, Vaethanan.
at Oak Park Lanes . . Contact
Nate Trager, VE 8-3717.
• * * *
R O N N I E GOLDMAN, six-
year-old son of Lou and Arlene
Goldman, was lunching at an
eatery that had a new place mat
STRICTLY KOSHER
picturing the nursery rhyme,
"Hey Diddle Diddle." . . . He
gazed with solemn eyes at the
Mother Goose scene of the cow
jumping over the room, then
turned to Arlene and said,
• BAR MITZVAHS
"Isn't that silly! It would take
• LUNCHEONS
a three-stage rocket to reach the
• SHOWERS
WHAT A SHOW! ... GREAT- moon."
• WEDDINGS, ETC.
IS hardly the word for it! . . .
* * *
Give a big strong hand of ap-
In Our Beautiful
DISA N' DATA . . . Al Foon
plause to the women of Metro-
Fountain Room, Your Home,
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Coun- and Sid Wasserman are the
Synagogue of Your Choice
cil for what, last week, was bossmen of Mimeo's Custom
probably one of the finest fund- Gallery between Nine and Ten
raising culmination shows ever Mile on Telegraph, with no
OUR STRICTLY KOSHER
given by the gals . . . It was charge program for women's
RESTAURANT
little short of sensational and organizations and clubs on
every minute an enjoyable "How To Beautify Your Home."
OPEN
one . . . Very capably backed . .. Freak accident has Harold
FOR DINNERS AS USUAL
by the Hal Gordon orchestra, an Roland's foot in a huge cast.
SUN. THRU THURS.
.. Cracked a bone on the 17th
all-Jewish cast that included
5 P.M. to 9 P.M.
songstress Tina Robbins, comic hole but the specially - made
Jack Wakefield and the won- plaster mold still lets him go
CARRY-OUT v is o n r ju w ar e -
derful Jan Peerce, made for an golfing and even do the twist!
SERVICE Orthodox
Ortfo
i
Rabbis
evening of thorough enjoyment.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

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20340 W. 7 MILE RD.

ROCKY'S PIZZERIA
THIS ACTUALLY happened
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
to one of his men recently,
BAR B Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
reports Mannie Mackie of Aero
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI
Appliance Service . . . The em-
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
ployee repaired a leaky faucet
UN 4-8553
864-9784
and then told a young house-
wife that his charge would be 41•Ismo■m,
$6 . . . "Six dollars for a few 011 11. I= ism ■
MI MI INN MI Ir
VALUABLE COUPON
minutes work!" she exclaimed
indignantly . . . Told that it was
TO INTRODUCE OUR NEWLY ENLARGED AND
company policy to charge . for an
hour's work on each service
REMODELED DINING ROOM . . . SOUTH OAKLAND
call, the woman insisted, "In
COUNTY'S MOST BEAUTIFUL DELICATESSEN
that case, sit down and talk—
I
you have 50 minutes to go."
RESTAURANT !
* *
FOR THE LAST 10 years,
Millie Goldman has been seen
1 WILNO OR VIENNA BRAND SALAMI*
in dance lines for Hadassah of I
WITH $3.50 or over GUEST CHECK
South Oakland County and
AND THIS AD SUNDAY, NOV. 25,
Sheruth League, besides direct-
'1-Lb. Average NOON TO 10 P.M.
ing choreography for many
JN
synagogues, churches and chari-
table groups . . . Now she's
I
PERRI's Delicatessen & Restaurant
packaged her talents as the
MGM Studio of Dance, 2561
IN NORTHWOOD CENTER, Woodward at 13 Mile and Coolidge
Coolidge in Oak Park . . .
I
Large Free Lighted Parking Lot — Covered Walk
Millie's staff of teachers have
Yo?ir Host,
Open
7
Days
I
been picked for ballroom, bal-
to 10 p.m.
let, toe, tap and modern jazz I • Lou Horowitz
I
to beginners, intermediates and All ill NIII ■ EMI MN 1• ME ME MI MI NI MI NM IN MI MI Mt WI
advanced pupils.
al••• ■■■=1■■■
* *
WANTED . . . Three bowlers

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THE FINEST CONTINENTAL
CUISINE IN THE WORLD

COPIZand
1- 114BERS

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First at Congress

WO 4-7660

1 Block North of Cabo Hall at the Cadillac House Motel
Free Parking
Open Every Day

"saaRarie

#444e.

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FREE

LI 9.5535

WHERE TO DINE

"AMERICA'S Most Popular MENU"

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American and Italian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
CLOSED SUNDAYS

COCKTAIL BAR

Banquet room available

17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

Eat 'Em
in Your Car
Or
Take 'Em Home

CARL'S

TO 9-3988

3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3.0700
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.

CHOP HOUSE

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

CHOICE LIQUORS
BANQUET FACILITIES

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods

Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service

`Somebody picked my pocket!'

It's not a tall story when we
say that our dinners are the
finest in town. Drop by—we'll
show you why.

22040 Wi7 MI LE,Near- ZNASER
KE- 4-9528
11635 GREENFIE LD, Neat PLYA/00W

VE - 5 - 9q759

PARZIN6.
FAST SERWCE NO T/ PP, N6-

100% PURE BEEF HAMBURGERS
CREAMY CHEESEBURGER
MELTED CHEESE SANDWICH
HOT FISH SANDWICH
HOT DOG (All Meat) __ _
CRISPY FRENCH FRIES
CRISPY ONION RINGS
FISH BOAT
SHRIMP BOAT
COKE
ORANGE
ROOT BEER _ _
COFFEE
SUPER MILK SHAKES
MALTS
MILK
1 /2 CHICKEN—ROLL—F.F.—SLAW
DEEP FRIED BREADED
FAN TAIL SHRIMP, 1 LB.

15c
19c
19c
29c
_20c
10c
25c
58c
72c
10c - 15c
10c - 15c
10c 15c
10c - 15c
20c
25c
12c
$1.19

WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL
NEXT WEEKEND

$1.85

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929

CLAM SHOP and BAR

TR 2-8800

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea

Music by Muzak

Foods

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.

JOEY'S

• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
Complete Carry-Out Service

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

AUNT
FANNY'S

25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7 - 4533

2 Beautiful Banquet Rooms; 1 Room-40 Seating
Capacity: 1 Room-90 Seating Capacity, Plus Fam-
ily Rooms—Main Fioor.

Fast Free Delivery Service

2244 N. Woodward (Just N. of 12 Mile)

MIHAIL'S
COCKTAIL LOUNGE

13519 JOY ROAD

LI 8-3100

Choice Steaks — Seafood — Open 10 a.m.-
2 a.m. Closed Sunday — Continental Smor-
gasbord Tues. 6-9 p.m. Lunch 11-3; Dinner,
3-11; Dine, Dance, Fri., Sat., Sun.

(at Schaefer)

Reservations: TE 4-6606

"a bit of merrie olde England"

Ye Olde Round Table

19464 LIVERNOIS
No. of Outer Drive

SHANGRI-LA

CHINESE - AMERICAN
CUISINE

SERVING LUNCHEONS
and DINNERS
SUNDAY thru THURS., 11 A.M.-9 P.M.
FRIDAY and SAT., 11 A.M. - 1 A.M.

Mon., Tues., Wed., 11 a.m.
• to 1 a.m.; Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sun., 12 noon-1 a.m.

OPEN.

Free Parking
Carry Out Service
20441 W. 8 MILE ROAD, near Patton, 4 blocks W. of Evergreen
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