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September 25, 1970 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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Billy Rose Trio Playing
at Afterglow Lounge

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

AFL's George Meany Ur ges U.S. to Take the Initiative to Prevent Hijacking '

The Billy Rose Trio continues
to offer popular his songs of yes-
tesday and today at the After-
glow Lounge, 18800 W. Mc-
Nichols, six blocks west of South-
field, where dancing is featured
nightly, six days a week. The

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trio consists of Rose, lead guitar,
Ronnie Shandel, bass guitar;
and Louie Marr, piano.

Charles S. Zimmerman, presi- American Federation of Labor and I take the initiative for international
dent of the Jewish Labor Com- Congress of Industrial Organiza- action to stop piracy and banditry
mittee, received a message from tions urging the U.S. government to in the air.
17
George Meany, president of the
The sure way of knowing noth-
ing about life Is to try to make
oneself usefuL—Oscar Wilde.

The
Winer _ y
is
Someplace
Else

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 25, 1970

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5

ALL THE BUTTERMILK

PANCAKES

YOU CAN EAT

By BY LEWIS

Columnist
To share and reflect in the
'nahas' of beloved mother, Minnie
Raskin, 85 years young, at her son
Danny's tribute, given by his
friends, Oct. 13 at the Raleigh
House will be a privilege that
brings to mind the Jewish proverb,
"God could not be everywhere and
therefore He made mothers." The
plight of a mother at any time is
never easy and in Minnie Raskin's
case made doubly hard when fate,
many times untimely and unfeel-
ing took her late husband, Louis,
away when Danny, the youngest of
four children, was only 8 months
old. In those days to raise a family
virtually alone was extremely dif-
ficult, and thanks to Minnie Ras-
kin, her children Belle, Lillian,
Marvin and Danny have never
been the worse for it . . . Somehow
the years go on, and in the tapes-
try of time the fibers are made
stronger by both the joy and sor-
row which have made Mom Minnie
strong yet tender.
When Mayor Joe Forbes pre-
' sents Danny with the key to the
city of Oak Park on "Danny Ras-
kin Day" her greatest joy will be
to add the occasion to her son's
"Listening Post" .scrapbook that
she has lovingly taken care of
since his first article back in 1942.
Little Tony Feldstein who has
turned 4 this week came rushing
into the house, fresh from nursery
school and practically out of
breath with excitement . . . ex-
claimed to his curious parents,
Adrienne and Robert that, "... This
little girl kissed me! .. . she's my
best friend and she's going to be
my very best friend always."
Mother Adrienne looked very
pleased as she retorted, "Isn't that
nice, and what's the name of your
very best girl friend?" . . . Tony's
little forehead wrinkled as he pon-
dered for a moment and said, "I
forgot to ask her."
Jimmy Rachleff who looks and
acts more like Groucho Marx than
Groucho himself was telling Turk
Prujansky about Walter Winchell's
favorite story . . . apparently one
that Winchell forgot to tell Turk
about while working with him in
Hollywood .. . about an editorial
feud between the old New York
Sun and the new York Post, when
both were conservative papers.
One day the very proper and staid
Post lost its temper and editorially
called the Sun a dirty dog. The
Sun replied in its starchiest man-
ner: "The Post calls the Sun a
dirty dog. The attitude of the Sun,
however, will continue to be that
of any dog toward any post."
To be present in the company of
inestimables, Mayor Joe Forbes
and Max Sosin who could be regu-
lars on the Can You Top This
show would be a treat that would
happen rarely in a lifetime, they
are so busy'. . . Forbes tells the
one about a correction that ap-
peared in a small town newspaper:
"Our paper carried the notice last
week that Mr. Jack Jones is a
defective in the police force. This
was a typographical error. Mr.
Jones is really a detective in the
Police farce."
Calling all Yoga followers . . .
Sol Lewis, director of MMS re-
search center, Oak Park, is having
Dr. Arya, Hindu priest from
India, professee -of Sanskrit and
Asian religion% at the University
of Minnesota,- here for a week-end

Guest



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Pizza Salsiccia, the different pizza,
Wines on Tap, Lusty Atmosphere,
Classic Entertainment, Cocktails
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Delivered "HOT" — UN 4-7700
20050 Livernois, Just Swab of 8 Mile

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CHINESE FOODS

Henry Yee's

Restaurant A
Delicatessen ,

FORBIDDEN CITY

Exotic Cocktails

An Enchanting Atmosphere and Taste
Adventure You Won't Forget.

One of America's
finest restaurants
featuring superior
eantonese_ cuisine

OUR BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE ROOM IS DE-
LIGHTFUL FOR SWEET SIXTEENS, SHOW-
ERS AND PRIVATE PARTIES

1 Wk. N. of
Masonic Temple

314$ Second Blvd.
at Seville Hotel

Specializing in
Cantonese Food

Open Daily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. — Sat. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Carry.Out Service
Free Parking
13715 W. f MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
LI 7-140

KOW KOW INN, INC.

LITTLE

Open 11 a.m. to
2 a.m. Daily

Famous Chap Sney • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
CARRY OUT SERVICE
EASY PARKING
322 W. McNichols, Between Woodward and Second
TO 5-7550

10 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

CLOSED SUNDAYS

LUNCHES - DINNERS
OUR SPECIAL FRENCH TOAST
Carry-Outs, Distinctive Buffet Tray Catering
Finest Corned Beef Sandwiches and
Sandwich Combinations
Ample Parking

UN 3.3298

MON. THRU SUN.,
6 a.m. 'til 9 p.m.

NOMINATE

1 a.m. Gourd

Sat.

DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT

GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile Rd.
'(Greenfield Center)
Oak Perk

399-3999

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19171

RICHARD'S

Fre. Parking
TE 1-0775

HOA KOW INN

2675 E. GRAND BLVD. ,

IIIMIECESZTOMINHIED -

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

Tuesdays

Breakfast • Lunch •- Sandwiches
Dinner a After Theater

COMPLETE CARRY OUT
TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Cold Cuts, Dairy, Hot Meals, etc.

AN FOOL S

. ALVARO'S

Italian &
American Cuisine

.

175 Seating Restaurant & Lounge
4 Spacious Private Dining
Rooms for Showers. Lunch-
eons, Banquets, etc.
Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
For Lunch, Dinner and After-
Theater Cocktails and Snacks.

Restaurant-Cocktai1 Lounge

1824 W. 14 Mile Rd.
(W. of Crooks Rd.)

Free

Ample

Parking

549-2420

PARADISO CAFE

Banquet room available
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
Fine American and Italian Food

CLOSED SUNDAYS
COCKTAIL EAR
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

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CHOP-HOUSE

CANTONESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT — LOUNGE
NORTHLAND CENTER LOT D

SUNDAY fm
1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
from
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 am.
Luncheon. Family Dinners, Parties, After-Theater Snacks, Cocktails

Coil

and Carry Outs

356-3293

OPEN 7 DAYS

KE 8-2860

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of teaching- Yoga disciplines. Cell
Sol at LI 6-S721 for information.

TR 4-2870

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Music by Muzak

Chinese-American Cuisine

20441 W.

II

MILE RD., 4 Elks. W.

WING HONG

of

Evergreen

Specialising in
Cantosze ilroasirg Dinners

OPEN 7 DAYS A WKIM
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Mon. tura
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NIGHT PARKING

Drive downtown to Berman's,
enjoy a fine dinner — take in
a show and don't worry about
your car. Our parking lot hours
6 p.m. till closing.

CARL'S

1431 TIMES SQUARE

Bet. Grand River a Clifford

963-8484

Open 11:30 a.m. -to 11:30 p.m.

TE 34700

Free Parking

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• Snacks



Dinners

Open 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Daily, Including Sundays
CLOSED MONDAYS

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