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May 10, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-10

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HERITAGE
BIG BOY

BUDGET MASERS
1".
•I CHILDREN'S MENU

. • MINI BREAKFAST

FAST EFFICIENT CARRY-OUT
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

SUN.-THURS., 7 aan.-12 mid. FRI. 8 SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m.

24901 NORTHWESTERN

AT EVERGREEN & 10 MILE

TM

356-7470

LET US CATER YOUR NEXT,
PARTY ...OFFICE, HOME, Etc.

IRE PLACE for RI OS

11 SPA
CK
of

SOUTHFIELD

24545 W. 12 MILE, 1/4 BIk. West of Telegraph

, 355-2440

WE CARRY: PERCH — SHRIMP —
CLAMS — PIZZA — SPAGHETTI —
AND RIBS

At the
Detroit
Hilton
You're not
lust a
number
on a key.

Detroit Hilton

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

Jim Banes, our front
office manager,
will see to that!

MOTHER'S
DAY

DINNERS

WILL BE SERVED AT
4 11 .
aracwo vu tta

ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
1 15 E. LONG LAKE RD., Corner of Livernois
Troy
879-1 150

12:30

p.m.

to 8:30 p.m.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW

jackets." . . . The Memorial
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Day Weekend tourney, May 26—Friday, May 10, 1974
24-27, will 'be a far cry from
those days w h en the late
Henry Abrahams and Tom
Zientek had their Star Recre-
atk_i on Blaine and Linwood
OPEN
. . . Billiards today is in a
MOTHER'S
top echlon class . . . where
it belongs . . . to the skilled
DAY!
masters of this age-old craft
Dinners
Serving
. . . Give Ray Abram s
at Noon
(Henry's son) or Larry Mil-
ler a call at Cushion 'n Cue
if you want to enter . . .
422-9510.
"
.7 Mi. & MIDDLEBELT
GLORIA RUTH OPPEN-
,"`+.1
477-2686 •
HEIM, 4-year-old daughter of
:
•Woirol90.
Marion and Sam Oppenheim,
was crying bitterly w h en
mother asked what was the
matter . . . "My new shoes
hurt me," . . . Marion told
her about having them on the
wrong feet . . . but little
Under New Management
Gloria kept crying . . . "I
haven't any other feet," she
said.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

FOOD PRICES are going
up and service is going down
. . . Cashier at a local spot
told customers she didn't
have time to check her bill
. . . even though nobody else
was in line . . . By the way,
have you heard about the
harassed housewife telling of
the guy breaking into her car
and stealing $35 in groceries
— out of the glove compart-
ment?
HENRY FORD COMMUN-
ITY College and City of Hope
three-day S pr in g Festival
starts today . . . lots of fun
and games . . . plus bingo
tent by New Horizons Group,
City of Hope . . . We'll be
one of the beauty contest
judges Saturday.
TIME WAS WHEN being
a young boy in the '20s was
much fun, especially when
he could play basketball, get
a free shower and be able to
talk to Fred B u t z e 1 and
Blanche Hart . . . He just had
to walk over to the Hannah
Schloss Building on High St.
and all these goodies were
there waiting for him .
Today, as a Hannah Schloss
Oldtimer, he is g e t t in g
ready to meet with his bud-
dies of former years at the
annual reunion of those boys
who loved going to the old
building . . . It's May 19 at
Temple Israel, when the fel-
lows, their wives, relatives
and friends will break bread
and again reminisce about the
good old days . . . Sam Bank,
who played basketball, was
a friend to all who knew him
and served as a leader in the
community, will be remem-
bered when his wife .Mollie;
serves as chairman of the
dinner-dance . . . Call her at
968-5298 after 6 p.m. for res-
ervations.
DISA 'N DATA . . . One-
time in-condition athlete Bill
Kofender at a supermarket,
tired from bending a couple
of times to get things out of
his basket . . . Marci Kahn
getting chills as in o ther
Phyllis watched with tears
in her eyes as Frank Sinatra
came on at Olympia . . .
Phyllis has always "been in
love" with Sinatra. but this
was first time she had ever
seen him in per son .
Gladys and Max Baskin
going backward in years .. .
looking younger every time
. . . Merle Weisman shocked
when a gas station attendant
w a s he d his windshield,
checked his oil, water and
battery and even said thank
you . . . forgetting that his
thing19-year-old d a ugh ter
Bev might have had some-
thing to do with the young
man's strange actions . . .
Phil Kaplan telling of the
fellow who n e v e r worried
about his marriage until mov-
from Chicago to Los Angeles
and discovering he had the
same milkman . . .
Barrister Leonard Hyman
given a TV set with three
screens by wife Virginia —
so he can watch all the sports
he wants at the same time
. . . Harry Cohen, secretary
of the National Bnai Brith
B*o w 1 e r s Association and

m e m be r of Brandeis BB
Lodge, recently feted at
Cong. Bnai David . . . with
about $40,000 in Israel Bonds
purchased in his honor.
OAK PARK CAMP COM-
MITTEE that serves children
and youth who otherwise may
not have the opportunity of
a summer camping experi-
ence . . . is sponsored by Oak
Park Kiwanis . . . and will
raise money for the project
8 p.m. Saturday with a bingo
at the Oak Park High.
TIMES SURE HAVE
changed from those billiard
h a 11 s of yesteryears . . .
when only champions played
in tuxedos . . . while others
dressed catch as catch can
. . . A regulation of the 1974
Men's Billiard News National
Open at Cushion 'n Cue on
Schoolcraft in Livonia is garb
to be worn while playing .. .
"Dress slacks, dress shirt
and tie. Jackets permitted—
but not required. Turtleneck
shirts permitted only with

PALOMBO'S

CORDOBA

GRAND
OPENING
WEEKEND SPECIAL

Fri.-Sat. & Sun. Only
May 10-11-12, 1974
HOT

Olympia to Show
World Cup Soccer

A total of 16 matches of
WorldCup Soccer '74 will be
shown via satellite June 13-
July 7 at Olympia Stadium.
The matches will be shown
live and in color on the closed
circuit television screen as
they take place in Munich,
West Germany, the site of
the competition.

20401
RESTAURANT W. 8 MILE

MOTHER'S DAY DINNERS
1 P.M. - 8 P.M.

ORNED BEEF

5999

lb.

We Use Vienna-Wilno Products

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH
• DINNER
FORMERLY

SHEL'S

Delicatessen-Restaurant
NOW ELIOT'S DELI
29556 Orchard Lake Rd.

CHILDREN'S PORTIONS AVAILABLE

RESV. SUGGESTED

......

Just North of 13

COCKTAILS

851-5444

FROM 2:00 P.M.

KE 5-3635



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A magnificent Mother's Day dinner at Stouffer's.

We'll serve her Viennese Chicken Soup or Fruit Juice Float
Roast Top Sirloin of Beef served in natural juice
Hashed Cream Potatoes
Tossed Green Salad
Buttered Broccoli
Freshly Brewed Coffee
Spring Coconut Cake
All for just $6.95. Or, you and Mother may order your special
favorites from our varied holiday menu.
Bring the kids along. Mother will love it. And you'll love the
special $2.95 price for ages 12 and under.

And ask us about the nice surprise offer we have for Mother.

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