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November 22, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Do not pray for easy lives.
By three things is the world 28--Friday, Nov. 22, 1974
Pray to be stronger men! Do preserved: by truth, by law
not pray for tasks equal to and order, and by peace.
your powers. Pray for pow-
—Pirke Avot
ers equal to your tasks.
--Phillips Brooks

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

PINE 44 ire

PAS

LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEARS
••
April 21, 1944 . . . "Lt.
Marvin Schlossberg is report-
ed missing over Germany .. .
He pilots a Liberator . . .
(Marvin was a prisoner of
war and returned home to
later become one of Ameri-
ca's finest weathercasters —
Sonny Eliot.)
Feb. 16, 1951 . . . "Byron
Kreiger placed third in the
qualifying trials for the
United States fencing team
which will compete in the
Pan-American Games in Ar-
gentina" . . . (Byron was re-
cently named to the Michi-
gan Sportg Hall of Fame.)
March 2, 1951 . . . "Refus-
ing to shake hands with Ira
Kaufman, Isadore Cohen
jokingly exclaimed, 'It isn't
my time, yet,' to which the
local funeral director replied,
•The time to worry is when
you stop shaking.' "
March 9, 1951 ‘. . . "Asked
by his Roosevelt Elementary
School teacher who was the
first man, little Arthur Gen-
endlis answered, 'George
Washington' . . . and upon
being informed that it was
Adam, exclaimed, 'Well, if
you're talking about foreign-
ers, maybe he was.' "
LOOKING OVER A new
home floor plan, a woman
pointed to something on the
blueprint and asked Milford
Singer of J. Singer and Sons,
"What's this thing here going
to be? . . . Milford told her
it was an Italian staircase
. . . and the woman replied,
"Just a waste of money. We
probably won't ever have any
Italians coming to see us."
ELAYNE LEWIS, Sol's
frau, tells of the ventriloquist
who, unable to get vaudville
bookings, turned in despera-
tion to spiritualism and open-
ed a seance parlor . . . A
widow came in to talk to her
departed husband . . . Tire
ventriloquist did his stuff, and
his patron was delighted .. .
She paid a handsome fee and
asked if she might come
again the following week .. .
The ventriloquist, new to his
role, replied, "Madam, I'll
not only let him speak to you,
but I'll drink a glass of water
at the same time!"

Thanksgiving Day
FAMILY DINNER

Per

Person
$695

JUST LIKE YOU
SERVE AT HOME
WITH ALL THE
TRIMMINGS

FOR PARTIES OF.6 OR MORE
WHOLE TURKEY SERVED. AND
CARVED AT TABLE

Take home what you do not ear

SERVED FROM 2 P.M.—RESERVATIONS
HONORED FOR:
2 P.M.
4 P.M.
PHONE 425-5520
6 P.M.
MITCH HOUSEY'S IN LIVONIA
Closed 7 P.M.
18500 SCHOOICRAF1 IN COMPTON VILLAGE MOTOR INN

000osite Detroit Race Course)

GFAMIEY
TURKEY
ROAST

home of Alice and Norman
Silverman . . . Brahms lost.

GIVE THE FAMILY A TREAT . . .

(

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

610V

. IF -YOU'VE WONDERED
what the F & M stands for at
Ferndale's famed discount
patent drug operation that
does $10,000,000 a year on
Nine Mile Rd. . . . it's owners.
Fred and wife Margaret
(Peggy) Cohen.
IN ANSWER to a column
query, according to Robert
Berman, the street John R.
was named after Detroit
Mayor John R. Williams.
SIGHT SCENE . . . Jack
Beckwith passing out cigars
from a large plastic bag he
uses to keep them fresh .. .
First day of snow recently
with people having all sorts
of car trouble . . . Dorothy
Moran and Mitchell Newman
in separate autos only about
a half-block away from each
other, but encountering the
same type of difficulty . . .
locking themselves out with
their car running.
MAILMAN IN OUR area
doesn't like dogs . . . re-
members being bitten by one
he thought was the gentlest
animal ever ... Returning to
the Oak Park post office, he
told of the dog biting his leg
that morning . . . Cell Smith
asked him if he put anything
on it . . . "No," the postman
replied. "He liked it just as
it was."
SEEING SIGNS . . . over -
a new panty hose display,
"For contented calves." . . .
At a gas sration, reports
Mark Miller, just outside the
L.A. boundry line, "You have
just left the city of Los
Angeles. Resume normal
breathing."
60TH BIRTHDAY CON-
, GRATS . . . to Hy Freedland
. . . feted recently with a
party by wife Gloria at
Knollwood Country. Club.
GET WELL WISHES . . .
to Adeline Rosenzweig (Ab-
ner) . . . recuperating at
home from a slipped disc.
ANSWER DEPT . . . to Ann
Coleman (Lou) .. . Name of
this corner was taken by The
Jewish News Editor-Publish-
er, Philip Slomovitz, from our
first column dated March 27,
1942 . . . when we wrote of
its purpose . . . "and to be
your 'listening post' on what-
ever information or situation
may interest you."
AN AMATEUR STRING
quartet made up of probable
hopefuls as a group, played
Brahms for a group at the

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Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

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• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

REYNOLDS;
WED. thru SAT. 41

JIMMY COHEN
at the Piano
MON. & TUES.

5

BRUNCH OR DINNER,

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carved at your table.
It's a tradition at
the Pontch.
Bring the whole family and
don't forget all the
little pilgrims.

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(6 Biks. W. of Southfield)

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ITALIAN - AMERICAN CUISINE

At Our Two Locations

• Lunches • Dinners
• Cocktails

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

INVITE YOU TO THE NEW

RED CEDARS

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

AT PARADISO VILLA ONLY

FASHION SHOW EVERY THURSDAY

COCKTAILS — DINING
23055 TELEGRAPH

12:30 to 1:30

BY CHARISMA

AT NINE MILE RD.

353-5170

aradiio

Cor. 12 Mile & Northwestern
355-2010

FRIDAY, 11 a.m. to Midnight
SATURDAY, 4:30 p.m. to Midnight

I

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING - . 1
PASTA & PAGLIACCI NIGHT

MON. THRU THURS.

PO ► TA & PIANO

1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

BOB "Ask Your Neighbor" ALLISON'
MONDAYS, 12:30 to 2 p.m.

PASTA & PHASHION
with fashions by Claire Kelly

HOLIDAY
TRAY CATERING
ORDERS TAKEN
NOW

99

$

2

Per
Person

Trays Include

6 Meats, Potato Salad,
Cole Slaw, Relishes and
our own Home-Baked
Bread

Vienna-Wilno Products

CALL NOW FOR ,

Paradiio

PRIVATE
BANQUET ROOMS
Available For Your
Happy Occasion

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

Closed Sundays

Jim LaMonte

Closed Sundays

at our piano bar

3988 879-1150

Please Dine With Us

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and enjoy a traditional turkey dinner
especially prepared by our banquet chef,

"Joseph"

Menu of the day

soup or juice



tossed salad
roast turkey
chestnut dressing
fresh cranberry sauce
mashed or sweet potatoes
green peas
hot rolls and butter
beverage
pumpkin pie

'4.25

children's portion
$2.75

FREE
DELIVERY

We will be here to serve you
from 2:30 - 8:30 p.m.

TO YOUR HOME
OR OFFICE

Mary Ellen Lippman's

399-4440

SABRA

DELICATESSEN

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

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Villa

115 E. LONG LAKE RD.

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

Fine Italian-French Cuisine
BUSINESSMEN'S-LUNCHEONS
AND CHOICE DINNERS

MON. - THURS., 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Cale

17630 WOODWARD

Entertainment Mon. thru Sat.

28875 FRANKLIN ROAD

356-7410 i,

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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29515 Southfield Road

Between 12 Mile Road and 1 3 Mile Road

(Opposite The New Sears Store)

424-8780

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