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September 27, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-27

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ADAM'S
RIB

Danny

LISTENING
POST

FOR PARTIES

544-1240

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

Set 6 8 7 Mile Rds

869-5674

SAMMY'S

CORNED BEEF 'N' RYE

212 W. 9 MILE
15 Stores E. of F&M

RESTAURANT &
CARRY-OUT

548-0824

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FOR 1

PRIME RIB

DINNERS

4

41

MON. & TUES. ONLY4

ENTERTAINMENT
MON. THRU SAT.

ANGEL'S:

HOUR GLASS

18800 W. McNICHOLS5

(6 Us. W. of Southfield)

4

538-4850 *
*.*************

Anthony
House

Wig=

, 20600 PLYMOUTH

HARRY FRANK, recently
turned 70, was walking with
grandsons, Aaron, 7, and
Ethan, 5, sons of Sarah and
Stewart Frank, when bump-
ing into an old customer of
his. Modern Engravers . .
from which Harry has been
retired about eight years .. .
After their greeting, the fel-
low asked if they were his
grandchildren, and as a kib-
bitz, Harry said they were
his children . . . The gent
couldn't believe it and turned
to the youngsters, asking
them if Harry was their
grandfather or father . . .
Without any coaching, or
batting an eye, both said,
"He is our daddy!" . . "I
can't believe it! I can't be-
lieve it!" muttered the
shocked man . . . as Harry
held the kids by the hands
and smilingly took them for
triple dip ice cream cones.
EDDIE WOLFE, former
Detroiter, started driving
1,500 miles here from Miami,
Florida where he now lives
. . . to greet the Jewish New

V .I.P.

ROOM

CATERING TO THE
SOPHISTICATED SET!

SUPPER CLUB

1 Mile West of Evergreen

For Reservations: 272-0730
COMPLETE DINNERS INCLUDE
• HORS D'OEUVRES • SALAD BAR . •-SOUP

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL'

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS ONLY

FOR STEAK OR PRIME RIB DINNER
WITH SECOND MEAL AT REGULAR PRICE

ENTERTAINMENT &DANCING WED., FRI. & SAT. IN THE
V.I.P. ROOM. . . 7 NIGHTS A WEEK IN THE LINE
• Valet Parking Available •
OF SCRIMMAGE E II
ROOM.

4

Speciakzing in

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND-BANQUET FACILITIES •

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

Cocktail Hour
4 to 7 p.m.

Dancing Mondays thru Saturdays
From 10 p.m.

• After T-heater
Snacks
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

851-4094

LARCO'S
Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Raskin's

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

F

RAY KING

evenings at the

Piano Bar

Year with his family of
bibthers and sisters here .. .
"Not like the old days," says
Eddie. "Can't take it any-
more" as he left his car 750
miles away in South Caro-
lina and took a plane the rest
of the way to Detroit . . .
Brother Morley and his wife,
Ruth Wolfe will spend their
first vacation in almost 30
years with Eddie in Miami
this October.
IT HAPPENED IN a small
town courtroom' nearby, says
barrister Henry Baskin . .
the judge advising a woman,
"I think you might as well
give your husband a div-
orce" . . . and the wife
shouting, "What! I've lived
with the bum for 20 years
and now I should make him
happy?"

RECEIVED A LETTER

OF inquiry from Hamilton,
Ont., regarding. the where-
abouts of Rosie Fried, niece
of Alexander Fried-Fiola,
who has had no contact with
her since before World War
II . . . According to the let-
ter, it is believed she now
lives in Detroit under the
married name of Radnoty
. . . They are from the town
of Popa in Hungary . . . If
anyone knows of her where-
abouts, please contact us.

LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEARS.
OCT. 20, 1961 . . . "Mark
Grant, 11-year-old son of
Marian and -Jay Grant, is a
true example of a safety pa-
trol boy who takes his work
to 'heart . . On duty- at the
Emerson School, young Mark
reported a youngster who
continually jay-walked and
had been given three stern
warnings . . . Finally, his
patience exhausted, he was
compelled to report the cocky
kid to the office . . . The
guilty culprit was Mark's
nine-year-old brother, Barry.
DEC. 22, 1961 , . . "Bernie
Kerner, Darby's host, laugh-
ingly tells about incident to
sister and brother-in-law,
June and Aaron Kahn . . .
They have five children and
on one occasion their young-
est, Merrill, eight months old,
cried for his feeding in the
middle of the night . . . Half
asleep, poppa Aaron got up
to "do his duty",, . . A large
doll was also in the crib with
the baby, and after getting
the bottle, he tried giving it
to the doll until June came
in and saw he wasn't burp-
ing the baby . . . There sat
Aaron in the den, his eyes
closed, trying to feed the
doll!"
DEC. 4, 1964. . "Be s sie
Radner was discussing broth-
er Marvin and Shirley Ras-
kin's coming trip to Florida
and after asking how they
were going, were told by air-
plane . . . Bessie then in-
formed Scott David Raskin,
our three-year-old son, that
when he grew older they
would go to Florida by air-
plane . . . Little Scott asked
if Bessie drove a car, and
wheh she said no, he asked,
"Why
not, Aunt Bessie?
Aren't you old enough?"

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

22—Friday, Sept. 27, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

•• •

[I TUESDAY
SPECIAL

11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

CHOPPED SIRLOIN
STEAK

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

5 p.m. to 12 Midnight

With Buttery

culgtrud P&Mbar dr restaurant

10320 West 6 Mile Rd. Detroit
3 blks. E. of Lodge X-Way

Baked Potato,
Hot Texas Toast,
Crisp Tossed Salad

861-5557

15640 W. 1 1 Mile Rd.

881-5557

557-3237

1

.

BONANZA

VALET PARKING

-

=

Corner of Greenfield

drams/swoon as

( William Lee and Mary Ellen Lippinan

Wish to Thank You
For Your Overwhelming
Acceptance of our New

al1 ery II

Restaurant

29515 Southfield at 121/2 Mile

424-8780

Please bear with us while
we iron out our - wrinkles

Open For Your Dining Pleasure

Mondays thru Thursdays, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Fridays and Saturdays, 7:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sundays, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Breakfast Lunch — Dinner

*moderately priced

We'll Take Good Care Of You

In An Atmosphere of Casual Elegance

Visit Our

Gallery I

Restaurant

19460 W. 10 Mile, East of Evergreen

352-746

NEW TEMPORARY HOURS

7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday thru Saturday

Closed Sunday

Serving

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

In the Delightful Graciousness
of Old World Dining

* moderately priced

Call . . .

Mary Ellen at 424-8780

For Your Private Banquet Facilities
Up To 200

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