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November 15, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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Now: Open Sundoy 12 Noon

869-5674

7523 W. McNichols Rd.

UN 24455



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DOWNSTAIRS AT THELELAND HOUSE

CASS AT BAGLEY

COCKTAILS ••DANCING

Our Dai y Hours:
NW MR THRS. 11:30 - 10:30 p.m.
FRL AND SAT.
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SUNDAYS

3 to 10:00 p.m.

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962-2300 ,

• _. 2 Ounce Martinis
and Manhattans
At Regular Price
(Lunch Only)
• Deluxe .
$1 95
Luncheon
.
Salad Bar .
• Hot. BUffet
$095
• Luncheon
& Salad Bar a

In- The ORCHARD MALL

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WE'RE MUCH - MORE THAN
AN ORIENTAL RESTAURANT!

Orchard Lake, North of Maple ( 15)
West Bloomfield.
For Res: 851-6400

Private Ccirry-Out Dept.

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Your Choice of
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GOOSE or TURKEY

- For Thanksgiving

Have you tried the old fashioned feast .
of tender goose and chestnut dressing?
Join us for a real treat.



Other menu items available
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Call now for your reservation

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18100 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
Col.. Southfield Rd.

559-4230

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Entertammen't Tues. thru Sat.

In Our Mushroom Cellar

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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 Theater
Snacks

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

851-4094 :

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

RAY KING

evenings at the

Piano Bar

LAM SHOP

LISTENING

• BANQUET FACILITIES

6 & 7 Mike Rds

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POST

LAST YEAR, Frances
Weinberg, third grade' teach-
er at Pepper School in Oak
Park, was involved in a first
. . . being the initial "bubie"
o haVe her grandchild in the
same school . . . Well, now
she owns another first . . .
with her second grandchild
also at the same school .. .
Amy inkindergarten and
Stacy in the first grade are
the little ones of her daughter
and son-in-law, Susan and
Harvey Krohn . . On Stacy's
sixth birthday, the kids were
running around making all
kinds of noise when Frances
walked into the recreation '
room at Pepper . . Dead
silence . . . Then the 16
youngsters quietly looked up
and said, "Good afternoon,
Mrs. Weinberg." • . . "It's
okay," said Frances. "In here
I'm Stacy's bubie!"
WHEN PEOPLE ASK
Harry N. Brodsky what his
middle initial stands for, he
replies, "Nothing." . . It's
actually Neil.
MAURICE ROSENDER
has heard from Bnai Brith
national headquarters in
Washington that he 'is eligi-
ble to become a member of
the coveted Bnai Brith mem-
bership hall of fame . . .
Maurice has brought in well
over 100 members. ,
RECENT 54TH WEDDING
anniversary of Bill .arid.
Gussie Mintz was a surprise
shindig given by _their chil,
dren Harriet Rich (Judge
Leo) of Los Angeles, Frank
(Monnie) and -Bernard
(Ruth) at Bernie's Southfield
home . . . Children's gift to
the love birds is a California
trip for the entire winter ...
Bill and Gussie met in Tor-
onto and had their first date
on Armistice Day, 1918 . .
Two years later they were
married and came to Detroit
in 1923.
CHILDREN'S DEPT. . . .
Little 4-year-old 'Sandra Col-
bUrn asked .her mother Ruth
how long it was until her
birthday . . . Mother said it
wasn't too far away, and
Sandy asked, "Well, mommy,
is -it time for me to begin
'being a good girl?"
DEBRA SUE PARTRICH,
former Detroiter and junior
at the University of Florida,
has been selected by Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity as their
homecoming queen . . . Ex-
localites, mother Edith and
her builder hubby David
Jasse, live in Ft. Meyer, Fla.
. . . Debbie is an active lassie
at school . . . in student gov-
ernment, a uniiersity singer,
a pledge of Alpha Chi Omega
sorority and chairman of
public relations and commu-
nication . . . while majoring
in elementary education .. .
SIGHT SCENE at a recent
party . . . Seymour Brode
talking tennis, of course .. .
Former owner of the bye bye
Detroit Loves is bossmart at
a number of •tennis clubs•
around town . . . Dance-
master Joe Ccirnell wearing
a striped tux shirt . . . Mau-
rice Cohen recalling about
one Saturday morning while
jogging down Bell Road and

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE ALL-NEW NATIONALLY FAMOUS

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Italian-American Cuisine

Bet

26—Friday, Nov. 15, 1974

NEW OWNERSHIP • NEW MANAGEMENT • NEWLY DEOCRATED
2675 E. GRAND BLVD., Just E. of 1.75 Chrysler Freeway
Featuring Our Great

meeting Rabbi Groner walk-
ing to services . . "I can't
be in shule," said Maurice
as he continued jogging up
and down. "Give me a short
sermon." . . . "You should
have enough strength to get
back," said Rabbi Groner.
. . . 'Sam Lieberman and Joe
Dresner in deep conversation
with furrowed brows . . .
Norman Lippitt, attorney for
the Detroit Police Dept., very
happy nobody coming to him
with a complaint during the
evening.
JEANNE LEBOW, seven-
year-old daughter of Sybil and
Ed Lebow, wanted to go to the
store with mother, so in order
to placate her, Sybil 'prom-
ised to bring Jeanne some-
thing if she stayed home and
behaved herself while the
maid cleaned the houle - . . .
When Sybil 'returned, she
found, Jeanne waiting at the
. door and asked if she had
been' a good girl . . . "I was
geoder than good" exclaimed
Jeanne: "I was so good I
could hardly stand it!"
ASKED WHETHER he
had ever realized any of his
boyhood hopes, Sam Evans
of Displays . Unlimited who
does such fantastic wonderful
work, replied, "I sure have.
When my mother used to
comb my hair, I often wished
I didn't have any."

COMPLETE LOBSTER' $ 950
per
person
DINNER

INCLUDING: SOUP, SALAD, POTATO, SHRIMP COCKTAIL,
COFFEE, TEA, MILK OR VICHY WATER
MONDAYS thru SATURDAYS, 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

CHOICE COCKTAILS AND WINES

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL

NO RESERVATIONS
SATURDAYS ONLY

TR 2-8800

ITALIAN - AMERICAN CUISINE
At Our/Two Locations

• Lunches Dinners
• Cocktails

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

AT PARADISO VILLA' ONLY

FASHION SHOW EVERY THURSDAY
. 12:30 to 1:30

BY CHARISMA

P - - raciiio Cale p a racii3o

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17630 WOODWARD

(4 Mks. N. Of 6 Mile) -
Detroit
Mon. tIwu Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 pin.
Fri. a Sot., 11 a.m. -12 Midnight

Villa

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1 15 E. LONG LAKE RD.

(Corner Livernois) Troy
Monday thru Saturday
11 am. to 2 cm.

Closed - Sundays

Jim LaMonte

Closed Sundays

at our piano bar

IRVING'S at IS HERE!

27167 GREENFIELD, 1 Block North of 11 Mile Rd.

(Next to Great Scott Mkt.)
559-1380
Enjoy Our Frilous Home Cooked Meals
and Delicatessen Products

Hours: Tues., Wed. liiThurs., 7 a.m. to 1 1 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER ".

ROSE'S HOME-MADE PASTRIES ARE FRESH DAILY!

CYOU MUST TRY THEM THEY'RE DEE-LICIOUD
S!

BREAKFAST I CARRY-OUT
SPECIAL -
SPECIAL
7

59

.48 $

LB.

SLICED

uN
VIENNA

Includes: Orange Juice,

2 Eggs (your choice),
Roll or Toast,
Hot Tea or Coffee

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WE ARE NO TAKING ORDERS
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRAYS

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