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January 18, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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BUDAPEST

Danny Raskin'

LISTENING

22010 CHRYSLER DR. (1-75) BETWEEN 8 & 9 MILE

AUTHENTIC HUNGARIAN CUISINE

POST

Also Steaks, Seafood and Complete American Menu
DINNER SERVED
BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
OPEN SUN.
1 p.m - 10 p.m.
6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Closed Mon.

Music By

And His Gypsy Orchestra
DIRECT FROM HUNGARY

WEDDINGS, SHOWERS, BANQUETS
543-0505

A BIG HAND of applause
to Peggy Shively and Shirley
Anderson, music teachers at
the Robert Frost Middle
School in Oak Park . . . They
recently put on a most in-
formative program for par-
ents in which 7th grade stu-
dents participated . . Idea
was to show why and how
the kids are being taught
musical understanding ‘. . .
Windup was that a lot of
grownup folks like ourselves
learned a heck of a lot, too!
. . . Sure not like our school
days, when the only thing
parents were sent for was to
be told what their children
had done wrong . . . Peggy
and Shirley are doing a mag-
nificent job . . . their 7th
grade Music Night certainly
was proof positive!
HANK OLIFSON wears a
Red Cross blood donor pin
with much pride . • . Was
given to him after hitting
the gallon mark.
NOW SOME GAS station
attendants are just asking,
"Yeah?" instead of the once
upon a memory, "Yes, sir?"
c,- 1. - Yes, ma'am?" or "May
we help you?" . . . Too bad
gas has to make some people
at like dogs . . . Too bad,

THE TOWN'S
GREATEST MENU
IS AT THE
LION'S HEAD INN

A mouth watering variety in en-
trees of steaks, seafood and
chicken, complete with ALL the
trimmings, a Baked or House
potato, ALL the assorted breads
and butter you desire, and if
that isn't enough . . . we invite
you to an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT-
FEAST from our 16 FOOT LONG
SALAD BAR! (By the way, it's ALL
included in the price of the entree)

I

AT THE RALEIGH HOUSE

RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED I

Telegraph Rd. (lust N. of .10 Mile) Southfield, Mich.
Tues.-fri: 5:30-11 PM Sat: 5:3Q-12. Sun 4-10 P.M.

0

ADAM'S
RIB

353-0090

Alcoholic Beverages

Free Parking

OR PARTIES

544-1240

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Jh e atterti

Res aurant

19460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (2 Blocks East of Evergreen)

352-7466
Weekend Breakfast Specials

SATURDAY, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

and

SUNDAY, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

TWO EGGS

TWO EGGS

Any Style

Any Style

Complete With
Selection of Meats,
Pancakes or Toast,
( (Ate or Tea

Complete With
Bagles, Cream Cheese,
Sliced Tomatoes,
Coffee or Tea

$1 3 5

Also A Complete Menu for Your Selection

Daily Hours —
Open Monday 1}" Triday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturda1,7 OA. to 1 a.m.
Sunda y ,100 311.to 9 p.m.

Serving .

• Breakfast.
• Lunch
• Dinner

Also Featuring A

Dine
n° casual but
Elegant
""osphere

DELIGHTFUL SANDWICH MENU

'Moderately Priced

ICANSAFEi

r .

TALIAN

• Lunches • Dinners
• Cocktails

PRIVATE PARTY FACILITIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

SANDOR
JAROKA

Friday, January '18, 1974-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SUPPER
CLUB

too, that a lot of owners don't
realize the "crisis" is going
to end sometime . . . Then
they can say anything . . .
while twiddling their thumbs
to the sorrowful tune of an
empty cash regir.VO"
ERRATA . . New presi-
dent of Infants Service Group
is Halle Serling not Hattie as
wrongly typo'd.
SOUTHFIELD SQUAD car
ambled east on Nine Mile,
stopped at Greenfield red
light and casually made an
illegal left turn into Oak
Park territory . . . Too bad
citizens can't give tickets .
Wouldn't it be something if
the OP boys had pulled them
over?
WINNERS OF THE Moshe.
Dayan commemorative med-
als in a campaign to raise
money for families of Is-
raelis killed during the Yom
Kippur War . . . at Charter-
house barbers' drawing after
Hanuka, were . . . Jim Can-
ner, Irving Flanders, Gerry
Higer, Maurice Davidson,
Steve Stein, Herb Jaffe, Dave
Blavin and Stan Trompeter.

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

• Closed Sundays •ATTENDANT PARKING,

Bits3 94.`"!f9,91?"'R!'R°

4 7

869 3988

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CANTO
R

OPEN
7 DAYS

Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Sat., 11 a.m. - 12 mid.
Sun., 12 Noon - 10 p.m.

• DAILY LUNCHEONS • FINE DINNERS
• COMPLETE CARRY OUT

29295 SOUTHFIELD Just North.of 12 Mile
357-4321

IN THE FARRELL'S PLAZA

.What were Dr. Funk and the Black
Widow doing with a Samoan Fog Cutter?
What set them free? Come to exotic
Trader Vic's and find out for yourself.

Detroit Hilton,Washington Blvd. at
Grand Circus Park, (313)965-7800

A COUPLE OF VERY EX-
CITED youngsters are the

children of Oak Park Asso-
ciate Judge Ben Friedman
and wife, `Annie .. . 17-year-
old daughter Shelley, who
graduates this June from
Berkley High, has been given
an eight-week scholarship at
Hebrew University, Jeru-
salem, by College of Jewish
Studies of UHS (114idrasha)
. . . Their 14-year-old son,
Jerry, a ninth grader at
Norup Junior High in Oak
Park, and also a student at
UHS High, received a UHS
scholarship to spend summer
in Israel studying and tra-
veling at school outside of
Tel Aviv . . Ben, Annie,
their 11-year-old daughter
Susan and 4-year-old son
Avi will join Shelley and
Jerry for a three-week visit.

WHO SAYS DETROIT
police get no respect? . , .
Employes at auto wash on
W. McNichols hurry up or
just leave other vehicles
when they see a squad car
coming through the line . . .
Wiped dry or not, the local
gendarmes' buggies come
first!
MUST HAVE BEEN inter-
esting . . . the daydream by
United Hebrew Schools
driver of bus with license
6106 around 7 p.m. recently
. . . No passengers as he
cruised along at 10 miles
per • hour while cars all
around honked to no avail.
LOCAL HUBBY IS AN
extreme hypochondriac, and
his wife had recently just
about reachad the end of her
patience • . . . Then she de-
cided to pretend to be ill
herself, hoping he might be
so concerned about her that
he'd forget his own ailments
. . . So one evening she
greeted him with a recital of
how miserable she 'felt . . .
He was unusually quiet dur-
ing dinner, and she thought
perhaps her ruse was work-
ing . . . But she was soon
disillusioned "I don't
know what's wrong with
me," he groaned. "I think I
must be coming down with
what you've got."

R. A SERVICE MARK OF FARRELL S. INC

Birthday parties are
fun at Farrell's!

Kids love birthday parties at Farrell's!
Moms too, 'cause we do all the work!
Ice cream, cakes, party favors, fun for
everyone! Call for info about Farrell's
famous birthday party packages.

11 a.m. til 10:30 p.m., Mon. thru Thurs.
11 a.m. til 1 :00 a.m., Fri. and Sat.
12 Noon till 10:30 p.m. Sub.

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28285 SOUTHFIELD RD.

1 81k. N. of 12 Mile
354-4969



402 W. 14 MILE

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RD.

In front of Oakland Mall
585-2860

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