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January 07, 1972 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-07

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Danny Raskin's

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 7, 1972-23
6 WiroW
* WA oo Co 1.3 ,.gasptawtitease
NOW APPEA RING
Cover
Charge
• • •
- Weekdays
$1.50,
Fri I Sat.
"The Georgia Peach Songstress"

$2.50

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THE SUSSEX HOUSE

JUDY BRYTE

THE MOON SUPPER CLUB

22011 CHRTS1. 4 112 DilL patt. 8 & 9 Mile

FOR RESERVATIONS: 548-5700

Fine Dining and Cocktails
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

NOW • APPEARING

352-2233%.

EVERY. FRIDAY NOON
FASHION SHOW BY
BRAYTONS OF ROSEDALE

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275

a • Weddings • Showers • Bar Mitzvahs

M

glisr

• Parties For All Occasions

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OPEN
MON. THRU SAT.
FROM 1 1 :30 A.M.

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644
We specialize in

GOOD FOOD

as
awe

tnamii

and

SUPER COCKTAILS

L••ch••e Meow Ch....
R•es•m•bh Nice

'*12.•

DANCING & UVE ENTERTAINME -Nitai„
--
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.

3 Mks. W. of Telegraph
For Re servations
Can

535-6090

Private R
For
• !hewers
• Banquets
• Bar
Mitzvahs
• Parties
For All
Occasions

By HY LEWIS
Guest Columnist
FIRST OFF . . . May all your
troubles during the coming year
be as short-lived as your New
Year's resolutions.

DR. MIKE ARONWITS says that
socialized medicine is when women
get together at a mah jhong party
to discuss their operations.



JULES OLEN excited over plans
for an additional men's emporium
in Farmington to be opened some-
time in '72'.



BEN TEITEL can't wait to leave
for Acapulco for a well-deserved
rest. Jovial Ben is still high on
the list as one of our best-dressed
men.

AUNT JENNY CAPLAN in her
young 80s doing nicely after a
brief stay at Mt. Carmel Hospital
. . . . can't wait to play 'corten'
with her lady friends.

Haab

Your

NOCK A Rag

PRIVATE FACILITIES FOR GROUPi
UP TO 100
IIEAUTIFUL PRIVATE ROOMS
OFFICE PARTIES • RAR MITZVAHS
MEETINGS • FASHION SNOWS
WEDINNG RECEPTIONS
SHOWERS • PARTIES







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PRIME 'RIB - STEAKS - SEAFOODS
DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT
CREDIT CARDS HONORED-

call

477-2686

W. 7 MILE & MIDDLEBELT LUNCHEONS

LIVONIA
Opposite Livonia Mall

DINNERS

IN YPSILAN I

DOWNTOWN_
YPSILANTI

,







MARV RASKIN so intrigued
with the realms of the psychic
world will attend any lecture
where such phenomena is discus-
sed. You could see him most any
time at the Michigan Metaphysical
Society lectures, co-directed by
Elaine and Sol Lewis where such
topics as UFO's, spiritual healing,
hypnosis, astrology, etc. are pre-
sented.

18. W. MICHIGAN

Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank

PHONE 483-8200
- •

Open Sundays and Holidays,
11 A.M. to 9 P.M.

TRUMPET MAN JOE MILLER
remembers the old days playing
with Lerman's Juvenile Band
which originated at Blaine and
12th Street. Many, of the boys rose
to become featured musicians with
the big name bands.
• •

SAM GOLDSTEIN coming out of
the foyer of his Washington Thea-
ter looking like a movie star him-
self, dressed in pastel blue.
• •

RUBY SAMSON and Buddy Na
thanson getting ready to put on the
2nd annual Scotch Doubles at
North Lanes Bowling . . . date
will be announced later. All pro-
ceeds again to go to the City of
Hope Medical Center.

PRIME STEAKS
CREDIT CARDS HONORED — COCKTAILS

WHO REMEMBERS WHEN
corned beef sandwiches were 15
cents and a nickel would get you
into the Warfield Theater on old
Hastings St.... bagels and rolls at
Hoptman's Bakery were 18 cents a
dozen . . . those were the days, my
friend.

3 Restaurants
Under One Roof

Seafood — Polynesian Cuisine
NOW OPEN
645-5050

THE MEL BALL

QUARTET Featuring CATHY LOCKE

SHOWTIME 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tues. thru Sat. at
DETROIT'S MOST INTIMATE COCKTAIL LO
NO COVER OR MINIMUM

All Credit Cards Honored

18332 W. McNICHOLS co1 .8877 I .

2 Blks. W. of Southfield

aPaRTMeNT

JJ

LOUNGE

Catering Your Perfect House or
Office Party Is Our Business

Western or Hawaiian Ribs, Jumbo Fried Shrimp, Fried or Hawaiian
Chicken, French Fried Potatoes or Rice Pilaf, Cole Slow and Rolls

Carry-Out Lunch From 11 A.M.

Z 454 UN
5IFIAII:S SHACK

2

S4 Blk.

W .

of

Southfield

Teleg raph
Tel"RD.

355-2440

CV/ _APPEARING•••••

DON COREY

HELP US
CELEBRATE
Harry Harris'
80ti Birthday

Impressionist — Singer — Comic

Music for Dancing by the

LENNIE SCHICK QUARTET

Dancing and 2 Shows Mon., Thur., Fri. 3 Shows Sat.
Businessmen's and Businesswomen's Lunches
Served Daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Lan. 18 & 19

•••• ■•■ •••••• ■ =11,

JON RAHAL'S

24 KARAT CLUB

16890 TELEGRAPH, Just South of 6 Mile
For Reservations: 338-4455
NO COVER CHAS*

OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY ONLY
SPECIAL DINNER
ROAST TURKEY With Dressing
$ 1 9 9

Sandwich Trays and
Catering for Private
Affairs.

Mashed Potatoes,
Tossed
Salad, Roll and Butter and
Dessert.

ALBANS
Bottle et Basket

188 N. Hunter
646-6553

Open 7 Days a Week
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

YOU CAN FEED
A FAMILY OF
4 FOR UNDER

$7.00

COME AS YOU ARE • AMPLE PARKING

NO TIPPING

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