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August 24, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-24

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PRIME RIB
DINNERS

SON. & TUES. EVES.

ANCING-
/ MON. THRU SAT.
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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

LOOKS LIKE SOCK (Save
Community Through
Kindness), the new organiza-
tion formed to provide assist-

ance to community groups
serving deprived and minor-
ity youth, is finally getting off
1 6 Blocks West of Southfield
538-4850
the ground in big order . . .
Formed by Al Foon and
Manny Segal, it has grown
into a powerful arm of help
. . . Its recent "Teens 'n
Tots" track and field meet
on Belle Isle was attended by
INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
more than 500 youngsters and
OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY
parents who saw SOCK's big
• Juicy B-R-Q Ribs
heart at work . . . Civic
• Tender Tasty Chicken
leaders, businessmen, folks
.• Tangy Pizza
from newspaper, TV and
• Assorted Seafood
radio, and just plain John
Does witnessed a thrilling
BE A GUEST AT
sight . . . that it can be done
YOUR NEXT PARTY!
when the desire is there by
DINNER , SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME
people who care . . . Lou
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES
Handler is president of
SOCK, whose first meeting
/ 25226 GREENFIELD RD.
took place the latter part of
In The Greenfield Center
544
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
1972.
• * *
Oak Park
SHELDON KORBY tells of
the dad asking his father
what an ancestor was . . .
"Well," said pop, "for ex-
ample, I'm an ancestor."
. . . "Yeah?" was the reply.
"Then how come people brag
about them?"
* *
THEY SAY THAT Midget
League baseball is to develop
character and center on en-
joyment for the youngsters
. . . This wasn't the case in
the championship game be-
tween the Hawkeyes and the
Angels in Oak Park . . .
Hawkeyes had to forfeit be-
cause only seven players
A
showed up . . . and rather
than go through a nice enjoy-
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able game, the two paid
umpires called it off after
only three innings of fun for
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than the youthful boys in
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glad to get off so early to
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g sure wasn't fair to the kids!
A
MORRIS SUKENIC has
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been named general chair-
man of the Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
dinner-dance honoring Nor-
man Allan, Nov. 4 . . • tak-
ing over for Nate Fink who
had to bow out because of
pressing business.
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They are catering bar mitzvahs, wedding
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levelers . . . The person who THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 24, 1973-23
takes one returns home just
as broke as the person who
stayed home because he
couldn't afford to go.

*
GONE FOR GOOD IN
Hollywood is the ostentatious
rEALIAN-AMERICANCAFE
gambling for excessive
stakes . . . They still tell of
one maid who never had
worked for picture folk be-
Cocktails
fore, and was initiated on an
evening when one of the most
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
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• Closed Sundays •ATTENDANT PARKING
hosting a wild and woolly all-
> ..1 7
night poker game . . . Her
eyes popped when one player
threw a red chip in the
middle and announced, "I
When Was The Last Time
open for $100." . . . She
You Paid Us A Visit?
dropped the tray with a crash
when another tossed in a blue
chip and said, "I raise you
• •
$500." . . . But the climax
1. We serve complete dinners,
came when a third player
including our famous salad
produced a single yellow
bar, for as low as $5.85?
chip and declared, "Let's
2. You can enjoy a choice of
make it $1,000 and keep out
cocktails in our "Mushroom
the pikers." . . When the
Cellar," the most uniquely
last guest had gone, the maid
designed lounge in Michigan?
tiptoed into the game room,
3. All our French pastries are
stole all the chips and took
baked on the premises?
the next t r a in back to
4. We feature a large after-
Elmira.
* * *
theater menu until 11 p.m.,
SAMUEL CLEMENS had a
Mon.-Fri. and 12 Midnight
tremendous sense of humor
on Sat.?
DAILY HOURS
. . . he had to . .. to adopt
MON.-FRI. 1 1 a.m.-2 a.m.
18100
W.
10
MILE
RD.
Mark Twain as his pen name
SAT. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
CORNER OF SOUTHFIELD RD
. . . when it was a river term
Closed Sundays
358-1336
. . . not a name . As river-
boats approached shallow
waters, the shout "Mark
Twain" indicated a depth of
12 feet, or two fathoms.

SCOTT'S KORNER . . . At
D-A Scout Ranch in Meta-
mora, with my Troop 23 from
Bnai Moshe, everybody ate
well (our scoutmaster, Mr.
Nathan Trager, is some
cook!) including the camp
dog, "Kelly" who took Laurin
Allen's gym shoe for dessert.
• • •

LOCAL 11-YEAR-OLD gal
came home from camp with
a gold medal for packing her
things more neatly than any
other girl . . . "How did you
do it," marveled her mother.
"At home, we can never
clean up the mess you leave
behind." . . . "It was
cinchy," said the young girl
complacently. "I just never
unpacked it!"



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