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April 20, 1973 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 20, 1973-21

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

II DINING
& COCKTAILS

UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT

EXCELLENT

FOOD AND SERVICE

ANDY MOSES, HIS CLARINET

AND TRIO PLAYING

FOR YOUR DANCING AND

LISTENING PLEASURE..

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

J.D. Beemer Manager

SUNDAY 12 — 6

TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
11 — 2
CLOSED MONDAYS

Centaur

Restaurant
626-9223

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A BEAUTIFUI., SUCCESS
story is that of Steve Petix
. . . who started in business
for himself as a custom
clothier back on May 4, 1944
. . . with three employes,
including wife Palmi . . .
Today, Steve is one of Amer-
ica's largest independent
custom tailors . .. a regular
blue ribbon winner at the
national conventions . • . and
his shop on Southfield, north
of 13 mile with 44 employes,
will fete its third anniversary
also on May 4 . . . with
Palmi's father, Louis Vettra-
ino, celebrating his birthday
of 93 wonderful years.
MYRA RICHARDSON,
chief court administrator of
Oak Park, has a sprained
ankle to show for her fun at
recent wedding in California
of son Philip to B e a t r i x
Schwab, daughter of Sylvia
and Walter Schwab of Berne,
Switzerland . . . Phil had
met the Schwabs in Tripoli,
while working with the Scien-
tific Data System . . . They
were tourists and invited
him to visit them . . . On his
way to the United States
from Tripoli in 1967, he went
to Switzerland and met their
daughter . . . Sylvia came
from Berne to the wedding
in California, where Phil is
now with the Xerox Corp.
ONE OF THE FEW folks
glad to see the sun disappear
and all that recent snow, was
Zsussa Barth, daughter oN
Etta and Michael Bardi, who
looked out the window at the
Oak Park court office and
didn't hear as folks asked,
"What's Sue smiling about?"
. . . Truth is, she's a ski

THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS

KEROS
CONEY ISLANDS

WE ARE DIRECT FROM MICHIGAN AND
to
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EAT IN OR
TAKE OUT

EVERGREEN & 12 MILE

PARTY ORDERS
NOW TAKEN

IN THE COUNTRY VILLAGE CENTER

352-2546

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TED VATSIS OF STAFFPRD RESTAURANTS
Invites You To . . .
THE NEW FAMILY RESTAURANT BY

KONEE'S

2150 Woodward, Cor. Square Lake Rd. Kin gs=
Featuring AUTHENTIC GREEK SALADS

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Open 7
Days A Week
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner

OUR OWN PASTRIES
BAKED ON THE PREMISES

COMPLETE MENU
INCLUDES

STEAKS — LASAGNA
SHISH KABOB—SEAFOOD
ETC.

Complete

Corry-Out

We Cater
To Parties

334-4727

lover.
BEFORE LEAVING TO re-
turn home, Sammy and Ann
Woolf attended a triple-
header celebration . . . 25th
anniversary of Diane and
Morry Felsot . . . 29th anni-
versary of Capt. Larry and
Dorothy Lieberman . . • and
farewell party for Sammy
and Ann . . . at home of Di-
ane's and Larry's mother
and father, Bette 'and Hy
Lieberman ... all ex-Detroit-
ers . . . on Merrit Island,
near Cocoa Beach . . . Larry
now has a 60-foot boat with Classifieds Get Quick Results
five staterooms and a first-
mate who lives on board .. .
but is waiting for the 70-
footer he ordered . . . in
which he'll travel the coastal
waterways in August to at-
tend the wedding in Detroit
of Warren Sacks to Donna
Merzin.
SCOTT'S KORNER . . .
The Boy Scout Troop 23 I
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
belong to at Cong. Bnai
Deliciously Prepared for the
Moshe is selling candy bars
Discerning Taste
to raise money to buy camp-
• BANQUET FACILITIES
ing equipment . . . Please
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
say yes when one of us fel-
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
lows comes to your home.
LOVE STORY . . . Last
summer, Nat Fields asked
Bill Fleischer what was going
on around town . . . Bill told
him about a City of Hope
FOR PARTIES
Cancer Fighters moonlight
. . . Nat went down to the
Bob-Lo pier . . . couldn't get
on . . . finally was told of
one ticket being left and
grabbed it . . . Fate had a
"THE VOICE" IS BACK
hold on him and Mary Fried-
EVENINGS!
man, who he met on the boat
TRICIA LYNN & COMPANY
. . . and married six months
COCKTAIL HOUR, 3:30-7:30
later.
• Businessmen's Luncheons
THE FIRST ROYAL flush • Dinners• After-Theater Menu
at Detroit Lodge 55, Knights
YOUR HOSTS
of Pythias, after meeting
Iry Socks &
sessions in the new Castle
Sam Gilbert
Hall on Coolidge in Berkley,
lerarraren

CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE
355-2440,

ON GRAND RIVER W OF 8 MILE RD

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT

RESTAURANT

FAMOUS STATE WIDE

FOR DELICIOUS SEAFOODS

PRIME STEAKS & ROAST BEEF

WOODWARD AVE., Just N. of 12 Mile LI 3-7300

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY • DINING .

1.

* Pizza. * Bar B Q Ribs
* Spaghetti * Chicken
* . Ravioli
* Shrimp
* Lasagna a Sea Food Mattir
MK MO*. Hero THURS. 4 to 12 Mid.
RI. 1. SAT. 3:38-2 cm. SUN. 3-12 Mid.

4033 W. 12 MILE

Just E. of Greenfield

Berkley

is doing certainly merits full
community support — Lou is
a man with a purpose in life
. . . and citizens who care
should help cultivate that
purpose . . . especially since
it also accomplishes reduc-
tion in crime . . . Contact
Lou at 833-0609 or write to
him at 3960 Third.

61 WINE

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FEATURING

THE FINEST IN
ROAST BEEF DINNERS



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A GOURMET DELIGHT

* OPEN SEVEN DAYS PER WEEK
* FAMILY DINING * NO LIQUOR

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544-1240
LEONARD RANDALL

an item about fellow named
Lou Bowers and the Michi-
gan Convicts Aid, Inc., a
nonprofit group founded by
Jim Burrell . . . Lou, its di-
rector, is a former convict
himself who has repaid his
debt to society and is living,
proof that bitterness accom-
plishes nothing in helping
fellow men . . . Lou aids ex-
cons and probationers in get-
ting jobs, and since August
of last year, over 600 former
felons have been placed . . .
Lou gets no salary for his
services . . . existing on
$69.50 every two weeks from
the State Department of So-
cial Services . . . What he



SUN.-THURS. 7-10 P.M.

LARCO'S

belongs to Al Rubin . . .
Hadn't been one since back
in 1962 at the old hall on Wy-
oming when Ben Harrison
had the unbeatable hand.
SHORT TIME AGO we had

OPEN MON., THURS., 9:30 A.M.-11 W.M.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9:30 A.M.-2 A.M.
SUNDAY, 11 A.M.-11 P.M.

GOOD

COPENHAGEN (ZINS) —
''Three out of four Danish
Jews take non-Jewish
mates," reports a young
Jewish Danish sociologist,
Jacques Blum, in a book
which has just been publish-
ed here.
According to this study,
there were 5,499 Jews in
Denmark three years ago.
Since then, the Jewish popu-
lation has been augmented
by 3,500 refugees from Po-
land, of whom only 1,800
have expressed a desire to
be part of the organized Jew-
ish community of Denmark.
Until recently, writes
Blum, 57 per cent of all
married Jews had non-Jewish
spouses, but recently that
percentage has risen to 75
per cent.
The author reports that a
statistical search revealed
there is a higher rate of di-
vorce in mixed marriages
than in those where both
partners are Jewish.

ADAM'S
RIB

• EXCITING DECOR
• EXCEPTIONAL FOOD
• EXCELLENT SERVICE
• PARTY CATERING

771 siNcc 916

BLAKENEY'S

Intermarriage Rate
High in Denmark

PRIVATE- ROOM FOR
• PARTIES
• BAR MITZVAS
• SALES MEETINGS
• BANQUETS



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* LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
* EXCELLENT CUISINE
* SUPER COCKTAILS
* DANCING
* PLENTY OF PARKING

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24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.

3 Blks. W. of Telegraph

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THE SUSSEX. HOUSE

Fine Dining and Cocktails
I 19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

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We are Party Planners .
352-2233

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EVERY FRIDAY NOON
O. •
• SHOWERS
FASHION SHOW BY
BRAYTONS OF ROSEDALE
• WEDDING
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RECEPTIONS
• Weddings •'Showers • Bar Mitzvahs
MON. O TP H ER N U SAT.
• BAR MITZVAS
• Parties For All Occasions
FROM 1 1 :30 A.M.

Northwood Inn

WOODWARD AT 111 MILE RD

JO 4-6688 LI 1-2577

TWO FOR ONE

PRIME RIB DINNERS

MON. & TUES. NITE

CHICKEN DINNERS

ALL YOU CAN EAT
Y t 4 V IE TD E NESDAY $ 250

per person

DANCING

MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCHICK

QUARTET

ANGEL'S

I HOUR GLASS

18800 W. *NICHOLS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

538-4850

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OF FARMINGTON

Featuring Excellent
International Cuisine

Luncheons — Dinners In Our
3 Beautiful Dining Rooms
Dancing Nightly To The Billy Rose Trio

PRIVATE FACILITIES FOR

• BANQUETS a BAR MITZVAS • WEDDINGS
• SHOWERS • PARTIES — ALL OCCASIONS

30555 Grand River -- Farmington

Bet. Middlebelt and 9 Mile
at the point — Gd. River and 1-96

YOUR HOST

DANNY BOURDAS

476-7795



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