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December 27, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-27

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
Jewish National Fund has
completed groundwork f or
"Etzion Gimmel," a new
settlement 2 . 5 kilometers
north of thd Etzion Bloc, be-

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tween Jerusalem and Heb-
ron.
Work on the first 24 houses
began in July with the blaz-
ing of a road from the Bloc
to the new site.

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RESTAURAN 1 & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
• VEAL SCALLOPINNI
• CHICKEN CACCIATORRE, ETC.
I EXCELLENT SELECTION OF IMPORTED & DOMESTIC WINES.

SERVING DAILY ...
BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEON SPECIALS
ONLY $1.99 Including SALAD BAR

MON.-FRI. 11:00-2:30 A.M.
SAT.-SUN. 3:00-2:30 A.M.

CLOSED TUESDAYS

• SPECIAL BANQUET RM. FOR PRIVATE PARTIES
27910 W. 7 MILE RD.
KE 1.4960

Enjoy Our New and Different
Tantalizing Tastes

Now
Serving
Coektaili,
Exotic
Drinks
and
Fine
Wines

HOURS:

Tues. thru Thurs.
11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
11 to 12 midnight
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.

41563
WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI
Closed Mon.
MICHIGAN Businessmen's Luncheons,
48050
1 1 a.m. - 3 p.m.
349-9260

NEW YEAR'S EVE

Reservations Taken

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' PRIVATE CATERING ANDIANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

•Dancing Mondays thru Saturdays.
CoOtaiMour.
From 10. p.m.
4 to 7 p.m.
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Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

• After Theater
Snacks
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

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At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

evenings at the_

Piano Bar

851-4094






























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Since 1960 . . . Good friends get together at . .








Something new at this old favorite. Menus that

feature even better eating for a whole

lot less than you would expect.

Sing along at the

Piano Bar and

enjoy the spirit.



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FRIDAY NIGHT

LOBSTER
• SCOTCS-4J SIRLOIN

***** 0.-******* •• BOIL $8.95

P.S. Make your New Year's Reservations Immediately.
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20—Friday, Dec. 27, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

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LISTENING

POST

DOING HER WASHING IN
THE basement, Gladys Gold
on impulse pulled off the
dress she was wearing and
added it to the tubfull . . .
Then she_ saw a big spider
web . . . Not wanting to get
dust or web in her hair, she
put on the nearest headdress,
son Gary's football helmet,
and went after it with a
broom . . . At that moment,
she heard a knock . . . In
desperation, Gladys grabbed
an old raccoon coat hanging
nearby and opened the door
. . . The gasman gave her a
quick look and went to read
the meter . . . Then as he
left, he said, "I hope your
team wins, lady!"
THE AGE OF HONESTY
isn't dead among our young
folks today says Elsie Merin
(Joe) . . . She was recently
visiting girl friend Evelyn
Klein when the door bell
rang . . . It was a young
man asking who owned the
parked Cutlass he had just
hit . . . 16-year-old Brian Tei-
tal is already a very fine gen-
tleman!
OTHER SIDE OF the ledg-
er has Lillian Benkoff (Al)
being hit twice in one week
on each side of her parked
car . . . The drivers, prob-
ably grown people, too, just
drove away.
WHEN A YOUNG MAN
stopped in to order an en-
gagement ring, jewelry gent
Milt Rothstein asked, "What
sort of setting do you have in
mind?" . . . The young man
looked startled, then flushed
and said, "Well, probably
her living room couch."
ERRATA . .. Debbie Par-
trich, mentioned in a recent
column, attends University
of Tampa NOT University of
Florida.
ROBBY ALVIN, 8-year-old
son of Mitzi and Jerry Alvin,
was watching "T reasure
Hune" on television with his
grandma, Mabel Alvin . . .
After an elderly lady hit the
$25,000 lucky number, Robby
said, "Well, Grandma Mabel,
finally a senior citizen won."
NEPHEW BARRY ROSEN
says, hey, Uncle Danny, I'm
a sophomore med student,
not pre-med ... Barry is at
University of Michigan.
WE OVERHEARD THIS
ourselves . . . at Metropoli-
tan Airport . . Delta Air
Lines reservations officer
was talking to an obviously
troubled dog owner . . . "Can
I take my dog on the same
plane with me?" the woman
asked timidly . . . The agent
answered that she could .. .
Then he added, "Where do
you plan to go?" ... "Well,"

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came a worried reply. "I'm
thinking of going to Mexico
City. What I really want to
know is this—if I take my
dog with me and she has
puppies while we're down
there, will they be Amer-
ican citizens?"
FOOD AND CLOTHING
are very welcome, especial-
ly at this time of year, to
make a happier holiday sea-
son for many ex-convicts who
need helping hands . . . Give
Lou Bowers a call at Proj-
ect Re-Entry, 831-3660.
MARILYN TURNER,
WXYZ-TV weathercaster, re-
calls a few years back when
a relieved weatherman friend,
watching a downpour, said
to his assistant, "We really
needed this rain. I don't think
we could have gotten away
with another wrong fore-
cast!"
AT BREAKFAST last
week, Miles Geller, four-year-
old son of Marilyn and Bert
Geller, told mother, "All
right, I'll finish the cereal.
But after it makes me big
and strong, nobody's gonna
make me eat it!"
AS AN ENGINEER, Rus
Kramer is analytically mind-
ed, and as head of a house-
hold, he is cost-conscious .
So when Rus goes• grocery
shopping he often uses his
slide rule . . . From the
prices marked on the con-
tainers and the contents it-
self, Rus can easily calculate
the best buys . . . While go-
ing through his slide rule
motions last week, he noticed
a woman observing him .. .
if he picked up two cans of
fruit, she picked up two cans
of the same brand . . . She
followed him about, buying
what he bought . . . When
Rus headed for the check
out counter, she asked, "Do
you always shop on Sundays
at this time?"
SEEING SIGNS . . . on
back of three-wheel scooter
being operated by middle-
aged woman . . . "Don't hit
our mother.". •
EMPLOYE OF A local
daily tells us about this let-
ter which came to the sub-
scription department . .
"My son has been reading
since his con-
finement to a mental insti-
tution. Now that he is cured,
I wish to cancel his subscrip-
tion."

Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the elegant
Chambertin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.
Banquet-party rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —
Gus Kokas
Restaurateur

BEFORE OR FOR

The magic moment this New Year's Eve,
join us for dinner or a party

Dinner —

Seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.,

Partytime —

From 10:30 p.m. to ?

Includes:

• Champagne
• Buffet — hot and cold hors d' oeuvres
• Dance band
LOO
per person
LP
• Hats, favors, etc.

CALL FOR DETAILS

559-4230

Something Different for New
Year's Eve. You may form
your own party and rent our
entire cocktail lounge.

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd. cor. Southfield Rd.

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DINING and
;COCKTAIL LOUNGE-
FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.

COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY'

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

1008 N. WOODWARD

AT 111/2 MILE RD.

543-2626

• LENNIE

"The Voice"

RANDALL
" at the

Piano Bar •



The Chambertin
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn 4",ti

Dearborn —278-6900

Individual concessions are
like political, when you once
begin, there is no saying
where you will stop.—Bul-
wer-Lytton

NEW YEAR'S EVE

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

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