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May 11, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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Olympia to Feature

Wrestling, Boxing

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 11, 1973-27

Danny Raskin's

VINCEMO'S

LISTENING

Italian-American Cuisine

POST

18211 JOHN R,

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

TWO FOR ONE

PRIME RIB DINNERS

MON. & TUES. NLTE

CHICKEN DINNERS



ft

ALL YOU CAN EAT
WEDNESDAY $250

NITE

per person

DANCING

MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCHICK

QUARTET

ANGEL'S

HOUR GLASS

18800 W. McNICHOLS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

538-4850

F'oRT d THREE

11•11.11.m1.1.5!..

FRESH
FISH
FLOWN
IN
DAILY

41.11111.41■0■1•11.

Now Appearing Tues.-Sat.
7:30 to Closing

VIVIAN SCOTT

At The Piano

Unusual & Exotic Seafood,
Polynesian Food & Cocktails

BANQUETS, PARTIES
ALL OCCASIONS
Telegraph & Long Lake Rd.
(Formerly Devon Gables)
645-5050

ROSE THOMAS is a re-
markable woman and her
90th birthday will be cele-
brated with a party at Stouf-
fer's Northland, June 3 . . .
The mother of Harry, Rose,
Max and Min is a rare and
unique person who practices
what she preaches in "think-
ing young — feeling young"
. . . with her zest for living
while still a working gal.
LEONARD HERMAN can
cure carve a turkey, says
wife Sondra . . . But a piece
of cheese . . • Uh, uh, she
tells while at Providence Hos-
pital Emergency, where they
had to sew up the finger he
almost cut off , . Sondra
was a Providence Hospital
volunteer for two years but
can't seem to get away from
there . . . what with Leonard
and their 15-year-old daugh-
ter, Karen.
STANLEY and ESTERLY
BLUM have turned a collec-
tion and hobby into a busi-
ness venture . . . She is an
English teacher in the South-
field school system, and he
is in the personnel line . . .
Their spot, the Academy Gal-
leries in the Oxford Build-
ing, 12 Mile Rd. in South-
field, has about 50 original
paintings of the 18th and 19th

eA AV 5

?ROMP'.
15

MINUTE

CARRY -C:4Ln
SERVICE

LET US

CATER YOUR
CLAN ON
MOTHER'S
DAY
• Juicy B-B-Q Ribs

Tasty Chicken
i • • Tender
Tangy Pizza

• Assorted Seafood

DINNERS, SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOM
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES

25226 GREENFIELD RD544 - 1240

In The Greenfield renter
1 Bik. No. of 10 Mile
Oak Park

11AA

483-8200
483-8201

1$ W. MCH. A1/E
L I
DOWNTOWN YPSI

TREAT "MOM" TO A RELAXING,
ENJOYABLE, DELICIOUS DINNER!
BRING HER HERE TO US —



centuries . . . all English
and Scottish . . . mainly Vic-
torian . . Stanley and Es-
terly have a 10-year person-
al collection.
A MOST WORTHY CAUSE
is June 13 project of Oak
Park Masons . . . whose very
ill brother, Gil Seedman, is
on a kidney machine in Cal-
ifornia . . . The fine guys
will hope to raise enough
funds to fill his need when
they have a "Gil Seedman
Day" Art Auction 7 p.m. at
the Berkley Masonic Tem-
ple, on 11 Mile, a block west
of Coolidge.
HELLO FROM . . . IDA
ZABEL in Torremelinos,
Spain . . . "On the move
again, and the 'night people'
are as much fun as ever."
JEFFREY CHAJES, 7-
year-old son of music maes-
tro Julius Chajes, sometimes
says things which almost
break up the piano lessons
dad gives him . . . Recently,
Julius asked him to play a
different spot five times . . .
After the fourth time, Jef-
frey turned to him and said,
"You make me work so hard
and you just sit there doing
nothing!" . . . (Julius is
glad Wayne State University,
whose teaching staff he is
on, doesn't share Jeffrey's
opinion!)
SCOTT'S KORNER . . .
"Thank you, Rae Kendler,
for the $2 to buy four bars of
candy from my Boy Scout
Troop 23 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
You said to give them to the
scouts because you are on a
diet. My scoutmaster, Mr.
Nathan Trager, thanks you.
too, and also wishes you good
luck on your diet."
THANKS TO . . . Sylvia
Danto for the remembrance
of a promise to send us the
gold tooth tie tack dental
hubby Dr. Sam Danto has
been having so much fun
with . . . Only trouble is
we got the gold cap, but
how do you put it on a tie?
. . . Sylvia and Sam went to
St. Petersburg, Florid a,
where he had a total hip
replacement operation . . .
They liked it so well there,
that they are moving to St.
Pete come June 1.
DEPEND ON MAX SOSIN
for a fresh joke whenever
you see him . . . Just say the
word and the lovable com-
munity favorite has a story
for you . . . Latest shorty by
Max is of the two astronauts
landing on the moon . . .
One remained inside the cap-
sule while the other traipsed
about on the moon's surface
for an hour . . When the
wanderer tapped for readmit-
tance to the capsule, the one
inside asked, "Who's there?"
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
. . to our morn, Mrs. Min-
nie Raskin . . . and to all
those very wonderful gals for
whom Sunday is just a for-

Dick the Bruiser will battle
Ernie Ladd in a Texas Chain
Gang Match on the Cham-
pionship Wrestling card 3:30
p.m. Saturday at Olympia
Stadium. There will be other
feature bouts.
The May 19 All-Star Box-
ing Show will pit Leonard
"Stinger" Hutchins, against
Vincente Rondon, the former
light heavyweight champion
of the world. Tickets are
available at the Olympia
Stadium and all major J. L.
Hudson and Sears stores.
Children 14 years and under
will be admitted for half
price.

Spitz Dives Again

BEVERLY HILS, Calif. —
U.S'. Olympic swimming star
Mark Spitz has taken the
plunge again: this time he
and model Susan Weiner
have taken it together. Spitz,
who won seven gold medals
at the Munich Games last
September, is 23. His wife
is 21. They were married
Sunday, six months after
their first date.

Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Torte

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

544 1240

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

Detroit
Hilton is
catering.

Catering manager Marshall Morris and his
staff are mighty happy these days.
They are catering bar mitzvahs, wedding
receptions, luncheons and banquets without
breOking stride. Talk to him about
your next special occasion. He's listening.

Detroit Hilton Hotel, Washington Blvd. at
Grand Circus Park (313) 965-7800

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Restoration
We aspire to turn Eretz
Yisrael into an Israeli land,
the Hebrew people into an
Israeli people. We aspire to
plant the people in the home-
land and restore the land to
the eople. —David Ben-Gur-
ion, "From Class to People."

CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE
355-2440,

FOR PARTIES

• BANQUET FACILITIES

•■ =11,

_reality . . . Every day is
Mother's Day.
BEST BET of the weekend
. . Public invited . . . In-
stallation of Officers Dinner
Dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope
. . . Sunday . . . at Raleigh
House.
A SKY DIVER RIDE, only
one of three in America ..
will be among the fun at-
tractions at the third annual
fair by Ronald Bennett New
Horizons Chapter, City of
Hope . . . today, Saturday
and Sunday . . . at Lincoln
Center, Greenfield and 121/2
Mile, in Oak Park . . . Past
couple of fairs have raised
about $20,000 for the City of
Hope hospital in Duarte,
Calif, . . . Fern Fine is presi-
dent of the local New Hori-
zons group.

ADAM'S
RIB

LARCO'S
Fine Italian-American

160



MOTHER

WOULD
ENJOY
HAVING
DINNER
WITH YOU
AT

.0 MEYERSON'S ••••••••••







SCOTCHIN SIRLOIN •


•••••••••••••••••••

20486 JAMES COLIZENS, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48235

For reservations call 342-5660

OPEN 4 P.M.

open mother's day 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

1-‹ K

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