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October 10, 1975 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

LISTENING
POST

By HY LEWIS
Guest Columnist

MEMORIES . . . From
the corners of my mind.
Time: Moving up from the
early 30's.
Place: Twelfth St.
Happenings: Observing
the elders enjoying coffee in
a glass at the Blaine Restau-
rant . . . buying some good-
ies at Corman's Sweet Shop
corner of Lee Place and then
to the Astor Theatre across
the street. After the show to
pick up a dozen rolls (180 at
Avrum Hoptman's Bakery
and meeting Danny Raskin
who just paid 20c for four
pastrami sandwiches taking
advantage of Bolotin's
weekly special. Danny had
Bolotin cut the sandwiches
in quarters and he and his
cronies had a feast . . . too
early to go home so began
walking towards Clair-
mount while munching on
my second hot roll . . .
passing Boesky's Deli,
Schecter's Furniture store
and stopping in front of So-
sin's and who else but smil-
ing Max Sosin making the
best chocolate drink in the
world with a floor show
thrown in . . . still laughing
and saying hello to Ida
Chadwick, bookkeeper for
Sharp's wholesale groceries
going home to a late lunch
. . . past Olen & Wein
Men's Wear and while wait-
ing to cross the street on the
corner my nostrils being
assailed by the appetizing
aroma of ribs and chicken
from Buddy's Bar-B-Q. The
Trumbull street car had
passed, so across to shake
hands with Jack Halperin
standing in front of his tog-
gery shop and then kibitzing
with Al Alexander working
for the magnificent salary
of $6 a week at Brown's
Drug Store (Al later got his
M.D. degree from U of M)
. . . then picking up some
other choice odors from
Grunt's, whose herring and
home-made pickles were al-
ready famous . . . by this
time the original dozen rolls
are down to eight and I got
to get home to Pingree St.
for dinner wondering if I
should pick up half a ban-
ana cream pie at the Cream
of Michigan Restaurant to
offset the rolls I had eaten.
Moving up to Dexter Blvd.
where the beautiful young
mother's baby buggy bri-
gade became a daily ritual.
Today those babies are doc-
tors, lawyers, teachers,
bankers, etc. . . . yes, those
were the days my friend
. . . the days that when the
front door was locked and
bolted . . . nobody lived
there!
MEYER FEINSTEIN is
disgusted with the whole
thing . . . after parking his
new car at a posh dining
place to have a leisurely din-
ner with wife Belle, and
Jules and Ruth Olen, to
later come out to find his
car gone. Calling the police
and then' making artacige-,

Deliciously Prepared for the

James Cohen
Mon. & Tues.
Paula & Allen Street
Wed.-Sat.


Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

. Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523

W.

McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

ADAM'S
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SPECIALIZING IN
BARBECUE RIBS & CHICNEN
and SELECT ITALIAN DISHES
• LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY •

OUR FAMOUS
BAR-B-Q RIBS

18211 JOHN R

a. 7 Mile Rds

HOURS:

869-5674

LOU POPPER having a
late snack with wife Lor-
raine at a local eatery is al-
ways good for a quip or a
joke. Lou tells the one about
the guy on the psychiatrist'
couch with his eyes halt
closed and visibly shaken,
recounting to his doctor
about troubles with his new
Lincoln, his membership at
the country club, his travels
to Europe and the kids at
college when the doctor
broke in with, "With all
those luxuries, what are you
so upset about?" The patient
opened his eyes fully and
stared at the doctor, ". . .
on $150 a week?"

538-4850

COUNTRY INN

ItaIian-American Cumine

Bet 6

(6 Blks. W. of Southfield)

******

544-1240

VINCENZO'S

HOUR GLASS

18800 W. McNICHOLS*

FOR PARTIES

WELCOME HOME Ben
Teitel, former genial host-
owner of Mendelson's At-
lantic Resort in South Ha-
ven selling out years ago to
become a real estate devel-
oper, now residing in South-
field.

October 10, 1975 25

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ments to return home with
friends they had met there
. . . wasn't too long after
when the police called to tell
Meyer they found his car
. . . stripped! Meyer sighed
and said, "That's it . . . I'm
going to get a bicycle!"

Steve Peer & Inversions

MON.-THURS.
11 to 11 p.m.

FRI., 11 to 2 a.m.

SAT., 4 to 2 a.m.

SUN., 2 to 8 p.m.

COMPLETE FAMILY
DINING

TUESDAY
KITE

STEAK
SPREE

FRED AND LILLIAN
SHERMAN recently cele-
brated two anniversaries: 52
years of marriage and 50
years in the shoe business.
It all started when Fred and
Lillian came here from Bay
City with $1,500 borrowed
from relatives to become a
partner with Uncle Phil
Kahn whom they later
bought out. They sold the
Detroit operation after 42
years to go to Birmingham
in 1967. Now the Shermans
spend half the year in Flor-
ida with son Larry taking
over the reins of three stores
with more to come. When in
town Fred continues to
spend some time in the
stores. I have fond memo-
ries of working for Fred and
Lillian when I was a mere
boy taking the E. Jefferson
street car to work . . . why
can't the good times 'stand
still' a little longer?

'IN THE BIG RED HOUSE -

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Cote Pitaattfieto

NOSHERIE

26052 GREENFIELD IN THE LINCOLN CENTER
Oak Park
968-8666

REGULAR
EVERYDAY PRICES!

TOSSED
SALAD

Our Regular Everyday

HEARTHSTONE
TOAST



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BREAKFAST SPECIALS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

6 a.m. to 11 a.m. 7 DAYS A WEEK

3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. MON. THRU FRI.

2 EGGS,
ROLL & COFFEE
OR
ROLL OR
BAGEL & COFFEE

99c
454

Our Regular Everyday

1050 Ann Arbor Rd.
(at Harvey St.) 2 Blks.
E. of Sheldon Rd., Plymouth

NO LIMIT!
LEAN $1.50 extra

6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Mon. Thru Thurs., 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Fri., 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sat., 7 a.m. to 12

BAKED
POTATO

25025 Telegraph Rd.
at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

50 lb.

CORNED $
BEEF

INCLUDES:

YOUR BUCK
BUYS MORE
AT . . .

(A)

Across from Northland Center, in Southfield
Dancing nightly • Telephone 559-6500

1 Block W. of Van Dyke,
just N of Hall Rd. (M-59) •

AFTER
4:00 P.M.

NEW YORK — Programs
designed to assist Reform
synagogues in the United
States and Canada bridge
the current economic crisis,
while at the same time plan-
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and development, consti-
tutes a primary concern of
3,000 delegates attending
the 53rd Biennial General
Assembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, Nov. 7-11 in Dallas.

A WESTEIZN INTEI:NATIONAL HOTEL

.

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731-4440

OUR GENUINE
$1,79 RIB-EYE STEAK
FOR ONLY

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To achieve this goal, lay
and rabbinic leaders repre-
senting 715 Refrom temples
and 1.1 million congregants
will discuss the UAHC doc-
ument "Toward Program
Priorities."

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