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June 22, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-22

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Focus: Hope
Festival Slated

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT

RESTAURANT
Focus: HOPE will sponsor
Detroit Hope Happening 4,
the people's festival, June
28-July 1, on the Detroit
River, just west of Cobo
Hall.
Opening ceremonies, led
FOR DELICIOUS SEAFOODS
by city and suburban digni-
PRIME STEAKS & ROAST BEEF
taries, will begin noon Thurs-
day, and the festival will run
WOODWARD AVE., Just N. of 12 Mile LI 3-7300
until 10 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday from noon to 11:30
p.m., and Sunday noon-10:30
p.m.
This year the theme of
the festival is "Let's Get
Together." There will be 23
anA A
amusement rides, a section
Dr.
Fill
took
a
delega-
ago,
of smaller-scale kiddie rides,
tion of Detroiters in his pri- four days of entertainment,
vate plane to see Yeshiva a tent cabaret and refresh-
University and have lunch
ments.
. . . In comparing notes dur-
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
Detroit Piston basketball
ing a conversation, it was
• Closed Sundays •ATTENDANT PARKINS
discovered that all three had stars will appear June 30 and
WOODWA RD
some from the same region July 1, at 2 and 4 p.m. Guest
rise
of Poland . . . Dr. Belkin is sports celebrities include: ei•
president of the university, Dave Bing, Coach Ray Scott,
Dr. Mowshowitz his special Bob Lanier and Tiger Man-
QAAGC I
1,11.1.44
adviser and Dr. Fill recent ager Billy Martin. Among
,C44
chairman of the Yeshiva din- the performers scheduled to
ner honoring Jack "Babe" appear are Lori Jacobs, Phil
PRIVATE ROOM FOR
Bushkin . . . At the dinner, Esser and Charlie Latimer,
• GRADUATIONS
• PARTIES
Dr. Fill made it a point of Ron Coden, Dean Rutledge,
• BAR MITZVAS
telling the over 600 attendees Buffo Troupe, Tim Hazel and
• SALES MEETINGS
how small a world it is . . . Brush Creek, Sinnett Fam-
• BANQUETS
Dr. Mowshowitz was guest ily, Joust Unlimited, Ghetto
Productions Review, Dave
speaker.
FASHION SHOW EVERY THURSDAY
12:30 P.M.
a
WORKING ON THE DIN- Alexander, Doug Cross, Swiss
535-6090
* LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
a
NER, one of the parttime Movement and United Sound
a EXCELLENT CUISINE
a
a
* SUPER COCKTAILS
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.
helpers, young Debbie Panek, Company.
a
* DANCING
A
kite
fly
and
the
Detroit
3 Blks. W. of Telegraph' I
whose folks, Angel and Henry
PLENTY OF PARKING
*
Panek; own Angel's Hour Folk Festival will run con-
Glass, went next door to buy uously from the outdoor
a Polish Daily News for her stage starting at 12:30 p.m
DINE ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE ST. CLAIR
grandmother . . . Dr. Fill July 1. Recording artist Lori
Jacobs
will
appear
in
con-
found out about it and or-
dered a year's subscription cert at 5 p.m. A sunset
Specializing in:
for grandma . . . By coinci- music service with a 200-
• STEAKS • CHOPS
voice
interdenominational
dence, Babe Bushkin's 66th
NCEO SP I2DAYS
birthday fell on the day choir culled from the metro-
NG S i t ttICIT O L`P--1101YOR
DANCING
planned for his testimonial politan area will be held at
37400
E.
JEFFERSON
Open 7 Days 11 3A. to 2 a.m.
. . . Wasn't slated that way 8 p.m.
No Cover or Minimum
The Detroit-Windsor Free-
but turned out to be the big-
468-2612
gest birthday party of his life. dom Festival, American
Now Appearing PRINCE SIDNEY LIUFAU
TO MRS. M. M. WARSAW "ethnic" festival, and in
Fabulous HAWAIIAN REVUE '73
(formerly Beverly Tobisman) Greektown, the Greek festi-
THRU JULY 1st
val
will
all
be
under
way.
now living in Los Angeles,
Participants in Hope Hap-
. . . thanks for the kind
Banquet Facts and Businessmans Luncheon Fatty
words . . . sorry we can't pening 4 will be invited to
find a copy of the humorous sign a brotherhood procla-
story you make reference to mation. The signatures will
that appeared in a some-time- be gathered on parchment
ago column . . . To be sure, scrolls, which will then be-
it it's ever found, we'll be come part of a permanent
most happy to send it per brotherhood monument to be
presented to the city. Focus:
your request.
OUR RECENT VACA- HOPE has set a goal of
TION" was anything but that 200,000 signatures on the
. . . spent in Ford Hospital proclamation. All proceeds
and home with a fractured will go to Focus: HOPE.
foot in a cast . . . Thanks to
HOURS:
guest columnists Rep. Joe to Rose Gurwin at Mt. Car-
SPECIALIZING IN CANTONESE
Mon. thru Thurs.
Forbes, Dick Solak, Sammy mel Hospital . . . to Henry
11 to 10 p.m.
AND MANDARIN CUISINE
Woolf and Max Sosin.
Abrams at Sinai Hospital.
Fri. & Sat.
12 midnight
NATE FINK is the definite
DOUBLE SURPRISE
UNIQUE DISHES DIRECT FROM 11 to Sunday
choice as general chairman birthday party for Sam Le-
12 to 10 p.m.
NEW YORK
of this year's City of Hope zell by wife Sophie and
Detroit Businessmen's Group George Karabinick by wife
Dinner-Dance Nov. 4 honor- Florence was held for 104
41563 W. 10 MILE (In The Novi Plaza)
ing Norman Allan as "Man guests at Wolverine Raceway
Of the Year."
. . . with drinks, dinner and
349-9260
NOVI, MICH.
THANKS TO . . . Sylvia betting moola supplied by
Danto for the most novel Sophie and Florence, who
gold tooth tie tack that also had one of the races
works. Hope the tooth doesn't named in honor of Sam and
DOWNTOWN
belong to one of Dr. Sam George.
YPSILANTI, MICH.
"Bud" Danto's patients.
SHRINE NIGHT at Tiger
Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bark
EVER HEAR OF Las Ve- Stadium June 27 reminds us
gas surgery? . . . A local of a couple of years ago
gambling buff is t e Ili n g when we took son Scott . . .
friends about undergoing it Fellow in back of us, obvi-
. . . "I had my wallet re- ously filled with too many
moved painlessly," he says. beers, looked wide-eyed at
A FIRST TIME FOR all all the Shriner hats and
483-8200
four Qty of Hope organiza- slurred, "Somebody sold me
483-8201
the
wrong
ticket.
I
wanted
tions . . . Detroit Business.
men, Cancer Fighter, Mr. and to see a ballgame, not a cir-
After a long day — relax and enjoy a
Mrs. and New Horizons . . . cus!"
completely delicious dinner! Choose
is set as a joint venture to
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO A
from a big tempting menu of steaks,
start in fall 1974 . . . with WONDERFUL GIRL . . . our
chops and seafood. Generous cocktails!
merchandise of all kinds col- mom . . . Mrs. Minnie Ras-
lected and stored in a ware- kin . . . (sorry, she'll hit us
American & Continental Ihnin
house . . . for sale at what over the head if we tell her
DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
will be an annual Town age—and go on a no cooking
DAY
Auction.
OPEN
strike for those yum-yum Fri-
we Honor *not Creek Cards
GET WELL WISHES . . . day night dinners.)

FAMOUS STATE WIDE

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, June 22, 1973-23

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

hotel Pontctiortroin

The outstanding
haute cuisine resta)rant
Detroit's award winning

5.1.1

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if riE

offers the finest in
gourmet dining.

Don't forget the

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where the action is.

aesorvations

R•C01111311111011d

965-0200

TWO WASHINGTON BOULEVARD DETROrT

1929 WAS A MOMENTOUS
year for Dr. Leon Fill, Dr.
Samuel Belicin and Dr. Israel
Mowshowitz . . all threee
same to the United States
from Poland in that year,
with Dr. Fill and Dr. Belkin
landing in Windsor but never
meeting each other, and Dr.
Mowshowitz arriving in New
York . . . Several months

TED VATSIS OF STAFFORD RESTAURANTS

Invites You to

KONEE'S

FAMILY RES'',AURANT
"The Finest Food For The Nicest People"

2150 Woodward, Cor. Square Kale Rd.
AUTHENTIC
GREEK SALADS

King=TLater)

COMPLETE MENU

INCLUDES . . . STEAKS,
LASAGNA, SEAFOOD,
SHISH KABOB, ETC.

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JUNE 15, 16 & 20 thru 23

9:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

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OPENING JUNE 27

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• COCKTAILS • DANCING

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AVMs

11,

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INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
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• Juicy B-B-Q Ribs
• Tender Tasty Chicken

••

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• Assorted Seafood



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