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June 29, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

• Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning To s e

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

VINCENZO'S

MON. & TUES. NITE

ALL YOU CAN EAT

WEDNESDAY$
SO
NITE
per person

POST

LENNIE SCHICK

QUARTET

ANGEL'S

HOUR GLASS

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NEW FAMILY ADDITION which Ben carries around in
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
to Esther and Ben Bolton's his pocket and Esther in her
869-5674
abode weighs 11/2 pounds .. . purse . . . Taking over the
Bolton household is little
Pitzela, their tiny toy Chi-
huahua.
A STAR IS BORN in Boy
Scout Troop 23 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe . . . 11-year-old Jef-
RESTAURAN1
frey Eichenbaum picked up
one of the troop's bugles in
the equipment room and
started blowing . . . Scout-
master Nate Trager heard
him and told Jeffrey to blow
FOR DELICIOUS SEAFOODS
taps at the meeting's close
. . . while Troop 23's regular
PRIME STEAKS & ROAST BEEF
bugler, 13-year-old Martin
WOODWARD AVE., Just N. of 12 Mile LI 3-7300
Efros, played a background
echo.
"TO THINK I GOT Gary a
Father-to-Be-Card!" writes
Margaret Marx from Kaiser
Hospital in California . . . to
dad, "Flamingo Bob" Ostrow
of Detroit . . . "You got just
what you wanted for Father's
Restaurant
Day—a little girl." (Bob and
Ruth have two grandsons.)
Featuring The Finest in
GRADUATION DAY is al-
Chinese-American Dishes
ways a highlight . .. and for
the 5-year-olds at Glad-Time
29295 SOUTHFIELD at 12 1/4 MILE RD.
Nursery, it was no exception
357-4321
In Farrell's Shopping Plaza
. . . what with the authentic
tassled caps and certificates
handed them . . . plus re-
freshments . . . Returning
home, Hilary Olson, daughter
ENJOY THE NEW AND DIFFERENT
of Jerome and Jeannette Ol-
TANTALIZING TASTES OF
son, was pridefully told by
grandma Ida Olson how beau-
tiful it was that she gradu-
ated . . . and little Hilary,
with wide-eyed wonderment,
replied, "Yeah, but I don't
HOURS:
SPECIALIZING IN CANTONESE
even know what I graduated
Mon. thru Thurs.
from!"
11
to
10
p.m.
AND MANDARIN CUISINE
40th SURPRISE BIRTH-
Fri. & Sat.
party for Ray Benach
UNIQUE DISHES DIRECT FROM 11 to 12 midnight DAY
at Angel's Hour Glass, was
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.
given for over 60 folks by
NEW YORK
Harriet Baron . . . The pic-
41563 W. 10 MILE (In The Novi Plaza)
ture of Ray at 12 years old
greeted invitees at the front
349-9260
NOVI, MICH.
door . . . but the big sur-
prise is that he has stayed on
his diet . . already minus
the amount of his birthdays.
SOME. GOLFERS YEARN
a lifetime and never get so
much as a semblance of a
hole-in-one . . . It's become
"old hat" though with Stuart
PROMPT
Friedman, who ho - hums
15
when folks tell of his three
MINUTE
aces in two years at Shen-
CAR" -OUT
andoah Country Club . . .
SERVICE
BE A GUEST AT
Last
year's was supposedly
YOUR NEXT PARTY!
the one in a lifetime . . . But
DINNER , SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME
this year, Stuart on Derby
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES
Day at Shenandoah aced the
fourth hole . . . and the fol-
25226 GREENFIELD RD.
544
lowing Friday got another on
In The Greenfield Center
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
hole number eight.
Oak Park
SCOTT'S KORNER . . . "I
remember when I was a cub
THIS COUPON MAY BE USED AS
scout at Pepper School. Two
TOWARD THE PURCHASE
cubs whose brother had fallen
into a shallow pond rushed
PRICE OF A LARGE PIZZA
home to 'mother with tears in
OR
their eyes. "We're trying to
give him artificial respira-
TOWARD THE PURCHASE
tion,' one of them cried. 'But
PRICE OF A MEDIUM PIZZA
he keeps getting up and walk-
OR
ing away.' "

18211 JOHN R,

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT

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18800 W. McNICHOLS

Blocks West of Southfield

538-4850

LEONARD RANDALL

"THE VOICE" IS BACK
EVENINGS!

TRICIA LYNN & COMPANY
COCKTAIL HOUR, 3:30 - 7:30
• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Dinners• After-Theater Menu

YOUR HOSTS
Iry Sacks &
Sam Gilbert

FAMOUS STATE WIDE

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18952
111. WOODWARD
181k. S. (II Mik
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368-1520

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75
50

TOWARD THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF A SMALL PIZZA

Good Through July 10, 1973 — Pick-1.1 Only_

■16011
SUNDAY
ONLY
OUR FAMOUS
SPECIAL DINNER

ROAST BREAST
of TURKEY



W/Dr, -tssing and Cherries Jubilee sauce

Sandwich Trays and
Catering 'for Private
Affairs.

Tossed Salad,
Roll & Butter
and Dessert

$

ALBANS

235

188 N. Hunter
646-6553

Bottle & Basket

Open 7 Days a Week
1 1 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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TED VATSIS OF STAFFORD RESTAURANTS

Invites You to

(Next to
Kingswood Theater)

2150 Woodward, (or. Square Lake Rd.
AUTHENTIC
GREEK SALADS

So rnp iete

Ca t'?''-Out

COMPLETE MENU

t o

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

P Caper

P arties

334 -472.7

WE BAKE OUR OWN PASTRIES

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ENJOY THE GREAT
BIG BAND SOMAS ti
OF THE FAMOUS

NEW McKINETT,
COTTON MCKEE'S

hotel Pontchartrain

Enjoy the

FiteWorkS

Mond2ry, July 2.
at the Sidewalk Caffl

of the Pontch with a
Family Buffet Dinner
from 6 to 10 pm.
Or watch them
from the Terrace
with your favorite Beverage
and a Snack.
(Bring the Kids too!)

VALET PARKING
TWO WASHINGTON BLVD.
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED

965-0200

JULY 4

-1240



9411 ••dbeamatabasbahasiRaameadbalieSdid1 4

FAMILY RESTAURANT
"The Finest Food For The Nicest People"

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PICNIC ORDERS
BEING TAKEN

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4111

KONEE 9S

OPENING SOON

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• Closed Sundays *ATTENDANT PP.VIC..

DANCING

MON. THRU SAT.

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CHICKEN DINNERS

LISTENING

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Lunches * Dirincy.r%
• Cocktail%

PRIME RIB DINNERS

Italian-American Cuisine

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JTALIAN-AIVIER

TWO FOR ONE

Danny Raskin's

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355-2440.

LARCO'S

Friday, June 29, 1973-23

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at LELAND HOUSE

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Cass & Bagiey

WATCH FOR OUR LISTING OF

WORLD FAMED "NAME" BANDS SCHEDULED TI) WEAR
IN THE ORLEANS ROOM
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• COCKTAILS • DANCING

RESERVATIONS 962-2300 • COVER • VALE1 PARKING

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Dining Out Tonight . . . Tired Of Waiting in line

COME TO

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SPECIALIZING IN:
SANDWICHES —
SALADS &
COMPLETE DINNERS
PARTY CATERING
AVAILABLE

At The Southfield
Athletic Club

HOURS:

MON.-THURS:
9 A.M.-10 P.M.
FRI: 9 A.M.-3 P.M.
SAT: 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
SUN: 9 A.M.-4 P.M.

FEATURING SUNDAYS
FAMILY STYLE BRUNCH

ADULTS: $4.50
CHILDREN: $2.50

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Home

Home is the place where,
when you have to go there,
They have to take you in.—
Robert Frost.

26555 Evergreen Rd., Southfield

Call 355-008011

At The Travelers Tower Bldg.

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