There’s a lot going on in the ad, with photos of “the solid oak, hand-carved back bar and the 62 foot long counter bar” as well as the uniformed cuties. Beer and hot dogs both priced at a nickel seem to be the main draw.
Someone definitely had fun writing the ad copy. “Everyone (of age) welcome - bring the wife or girl friend (but not both)” is pretty amusing.
Geo. and Zana Koury were the owners and operators of the Terminal Bar, from its opening right up until the time of the 1977 Lorain City Directory. That’s when the addresses 1601-1605 E. 28th Street were listed as vacant, and the Kourys were listed as ‘retired.’
Today, the building is gone. A Google Maps view of the bar’s former location reveals its proximity to Lake Terminal Railroad Company.