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August 30, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine.

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

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BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455i

ENTERTAINMENT NOW
7 DAYS AT ANGEL'S



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HOUR GLASS

18800 W. McNichols Rd.

6 Mks. W. of Southfield

538-4850

ARTIE NELSON
TRIO

Wed. - Sat.

JIMMY COHEN

at the Piano Bar

MON. & Tues.

FOUR ROSES

Sunday Eves From 9 p.m.

11 U C

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28875 FRANKLIN ROAD

Cor. 12 Mile & Northwestern

355-2010

Serving the Finest in
Italian - French Cuisine
MON.-THURS.,11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, 11 a.m. to Midnight
SATURDAY. 4:30 p.m. to Midnight
CLOSED SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
PASTA & PAGLIACCI NIGHT

Danny Raskin's

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, August 30, 1974

LISTENING
POST

ADD TO FRUSTRATING
moments . . . the situation of
Rose Manhoff (Al) who was
behind a truck waiting for
traffic to move on Greenfield
. . . The light changed but
the truck didn't budge and
Rose put all her 5'2" frame
behind a very loud blast on
the horn . . . before discover-
ing . . . very sheepishly .. .
that she was in a parking
lane!
SIGN SCENES . . . In a
men's clothing store, "We've
got something on every man
in town" .. . Traffic sign en
route to Chicago, "Weather
report for drunk drivers —
fine and cooler."
GET WELL WISHES to ...
Rose Dubin in Room 6413 at
Sinai Hospital . . . (C'mon
out, Rose, so you can go to
the "Night At The Races"
with hubby Al, Sept. 3, by
Cong. Beth Achim.)
RECENT POOL PARTY by
North Park Plaza was a night
affair . . . with no swimming
and plenty of record blastings
to clobber the serene still of
evening . . . Other than those
who came down to join the
fun, some stood on their ter-
races watching . . . others
closed their shades . . . and
one yelled that the noise was
tot) loud . . . Even a couple
of dogs yelping in the dark-
ness added to the weird rec-
ord rampage.
SECOND ANNUAL VOL-
UNTEER of the Year Award
Luncheon by the Senior Ad-
ult Council of 10 Mile Jewish
Center, is set for Sept. 12,
12:30 p.m., in the Shiffman
Hall of the Center's main
branch on Meyers . . . En-
tertainment by Max Sosin,
toastmaster, Cantor Hyman
Adler, Hal Gordon and
Sammy Woolf.
75TH BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS to Maurice Marrich.
NOW THAT IT IS strictly
a downtown Detroit hotel
without any chain linkage,
the Detroit-Hilton is looking
for a new name and holding
a contest to pick one . This
will be the fourth monicker
for the same locale (Statler,
Statler-Hilton, Detroit-Hilton
and ?) . . . There's 500 bucks
and a free weekend for an
entire family . . . regardless
of how many kids . . . the
more the merrier, we're told
. . . Some names have been
considered but none hit the
mark . . . The one needed
must be significant and rep-
resentative with Detroit . . .
If you live or work in Detroit,
last postmark date is Sept. 3.
POSTAL PENNINGS . . .
from Albert J. (Al) Wykoff
. . . "You usually have some
pertinent peeves in the col-
umns and I wonder if there
are those who share in my
feelings about these: With
the high cost of food prices
these days, perhaps the con-
sumer is getting to be the
victim of an invisible form
of robbery in the supermar-
ket. Beginning with 'poorly
marked prices, prices that
are often not even legible
to the naked eye, stock boys
that put bread, produce and

other crushable merchandise
on the bottom of a bag and
then with a sadistic streak
drop in, not put in, cans, bot-
tles, and cartons on top of
bread, eggs, soft fruits, and
the like. Cashiers at the
check out stand that price
items that they can't read
higher than they should be,
prices on the shelf that are
totally alien to the price on
the merchandise, the shelf
price is often lower than the
price on the product. Another
form of theft, 'mamas' that
push a grocery cart around
with a tyke sitting in same,
tyke munching on cookies,
candy, or other wares that
often end up on another shelf
half empty, youngsters that
aren't kept in check, break-
ing into bags of candy, same
kids bumping into people
that are shopping, by running
around and playing games.
Women who leave their
purses in shopping carts un-
attended, same woman leaves
an unattended child in cart,
possible accident in the mak-
ing. ”
COMIC MORTY GUNTY
will entertain at this year's
annual City of Hope Busi-
nessmen's Group dinner-
dance, Nov. 3, at the Raleigh
House . .. His favorite story
is about how he used the fa-
miliar dodge of making a
person - to - person telephone
call to himself at a home
number to signal his where-
abouts free of toll charges
. . . After landing in New
York by plane, he put through
a phone call to Chicago to
report his safe arrival . . .
The telephone rang in his
mother's house and the op-
erator asked if Morty Gunty
was there . . . "No, he isn't,"
Mom said, "and tell him to
be sure to wear his sweater."

Mary Poppins Due
at Olympia Stadium

Mary Poppins, the world-
famous nanny, will lead an
entourage of more than 100
Walt Disney characters Sept.
10-15 at Olympia Stadium
when Disney On Parade re-
turns.
Flying high above the
arena floor, the fabled nurse-
maid sings such songs as
"Chim Chim Cheree," and
"Spoonful of Sugar." Set in
London in the early 1900s,
the Mary Poppins story its
one of the many production
numbers in the show.
Mickey M o u s e, Donald
Duck and their friends will
appear in nine perform-
ances. Showtimes are on
weeknights '7:30 p.m. On
Sept. 14, there will be three
shows at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. A 2 p.m. matinee
and early evening show at
p.m. will close the tour Sept.
17.
Tickets are on sale at Olym-
pia, Grinnell's, Hudson's, and
Sears.

THE DIFFERENCE
The upper class would be
in the middle class if nobody
sold on the installment plan.

WANT TO BE
DIFFERENT?

Enjoy the New and Different
Tantalizing Tastes of

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Now
Serving
Cocktails,
Exotic
Drinks
and
Fine
Wines

4W D %

41563
WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI
MICHIGAN
48050
349-9260

DINE OUT FOR
LUNCH OR DINNER
IN THE
CASUAL & RELAXING
atmosphere of the

OLYMPIC
GRILL

4

ITALIAN - AMERICAN CUISINE
At Our Two Locations

• Lunches
• Dinners
• Cocktails

Located on the Premises of

SOUTHFIELD
ATHLETIC
CLUB

( TRAVELERS TOWER)

101/2 & EVERGREEN

HOURS:
Mon. thru Thurs.
1 1 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
1 1 to 12 midnight
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.
Businessmen's
Luncheons
1 1 a.m - 3 p.m.

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U-PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES

f;
Paradiio Late Paradiio

1 7630 WOODWARD

(4 blks. N. Of 6 Mile)
Detroit
Mon. thru Thurs., I 1 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. - 12 Midnight

Free Parking

— Hours



MON. Thru THURS., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
FRIDAY,
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
SAT. & SUN.,
9 a.m.-3 p.m.

( Corner Livernois) Troy
Monday thru Saturday
11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Closed Sundays

Closed Sundays

JOEL NASH -

at our piano bar

869-3988 879-1150

Our Pleasure .. •

Is Pleasing You at

Mary Ellen Li man's

attery

Restaurant

19460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (2 Blocks East of Evergreen)
352-7466
Serving ... • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

Family Dining in a Casual
But Elegant Atmosphere *moderatel y priced

Come In . . . We'll Take Good Care of You

Mondays Thru Saturdays, 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sundays, 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

We Will be Closed on Labor Day Monday
Have a Pleasant Holiday

Dates Being Accepted for Our New
Banquet Facilities ... 12'/2 Mile
and Southfield

Call Mary Ellen For Your Perfect Affair
352-7466

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