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September 28, 1973 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADAM'S
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FOR PARTIES

5444240

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Nom, Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

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TO ALL OLR

FRIENDS
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41661 Plymouth Rood
Plymouth, PAidigon

453-4300

May the

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gear

&ini Peace

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NEW

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583 MONROE

URGENT PLEA FOR
HELP IS made to obtain
blood (type 0, positive) . . .
Michael Miller, 28, an appli-
ance salesman on a call, was
shot seven times by gunmen
on Indiana and Six Mile . . .
He is in Mt. Carmel Hospi-
tal, where 64 pints of blood
have already been adminis-
tered to him . . . Michael
and his wife Dena live in
Oak Park with their two
young children . . . His wid-
owed mother, Mrs. Anna-
belle Miller, lives in Livonia
. . . The gunmen pumped
two holes in his heart and
the rest about the face, chest
and other parts of his body
. . . Michael's heart stopped
beating twice and he has had
a . kidney failure . .. but the
Mt. Carmel folks have been
pulling him through so far
. . . The need for blood
is very desperate for Michael
Miller . . . Please help if you
can.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
in Lansing has a Reform
rabbi, Philip Frankel, and
a Conservative cantor, Bruce
Wetzel . . . The unique syna-
gogue setup was born out of
necessity during Depression
years, when the town couldn't
support two synagogues, and
the members have worked
hard ever since merger about
52 years ago . . . Approxi-
mately 250 families belong

"Wishing All Our Friends and Patrons

A Healthy and Peaceful New Year"

HAAB'S

483-8200
483-8201

TO ALL OUR
CUSTOMERS

ON. i TUES. EVES.



ANCING-1•:
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POST

NEW YEA,
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NEW YEAR

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18 W. Mich. Ave.

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Friday, Sept. 28, 1973-39

American Si Continental Dining

DAILY FROM 1 1:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M
OPEN SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS

to the Lansing Shaarey Ze-
dek, and the men must wear
yarmulkas . . . Former De-
troiter Sidney Goodman,
state revenue commissioner,
who served as president for
two terms before this year,
was a member, four or so
years ago, with wife Dorothy,
of Beth Aaron Synagogue,
where he served as treasurer
. . . Sidney says more small
towns around the country are
looking into the Reform tem-
ple—Conservative synagogue
setup ... "large cities too."

Valerie Hilsen (Dan and
Helen Lewis' daughter) will
soon be on both WIID-AM
and WBRB-FM with her "Val-
erie Presents American Roy-
alty" show . . . It's now on
WBRB-FM (103) Wednesday
nights from 7 to 9 .. . Nov.
3 will mark anniversary num-
ber three .. . at which time
Val hones to be on both air
waves . . . She also is ne-
gotiating with a local TV
station . . . same show for-
mat of presenting new talent
and interviewing celebrities
. . . Next year will be the
Valerie Presents American
Royalty Radio and Television
Ball with the first royalty
family being chosen among
the gals to be entered.
"THE OLD GUARD" still
hangs in there for this year's
"An Evening in Mexico" by
the lassies of Infants Service
Group . . . at their annual
Cherub Ball, Oct. 21, Latin
Quarter . . . Judy Eder still
leads the designing team .. .
with the beautiful costumes
put together by Dora Free-
man, Rose Homer, Gladys
Baskin, Sonhie Shapiro and
Shirley Jaffe, president of
ISG . . . Talented Dolores
Gordon, Shirley Garsoff's
daughter, again will be in the
show . . . as will Joyce Tau-
ber, Tillie Rosen's daughter
. . . Carol Smilack is Rose
Belinsky's daughter . . .
Elaine Einstantig is the
daughter of Ray and Ruth
Redlich . . . and Marilyn
Redlich is married to their
son Robert . . . Panchito will
furnish the music for the
(Continued from Page 39)

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DELICIOUS

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FOODS /,

"Ready for the Tables"

15511 JAMES COUZENS

864-3633 or 963-5594

After 5, call 861-4332

ocards

APPY NEW YEAR

TO OUR MANY

RIENDS & CUSTOMERS





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LET US PROVIDE YOU WITH

PARTY TRAYS
COCKTAIL HORS D'OEVRES
BUFFETS

• DINNERS
• BOX LUNCHES
• BOX DINNERS

/

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ALL TRAYS & BOXES DISPOSABLE
WE DO COMPLETE CATERING FOR /

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
• BANQUETS

• POOLS/DE PARTIES
• TENNIS PARTIES
• ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.

AND ALL OCCASION HOME PARTY
ARRANGEMENTS. 1 HOUR DELIVERY WITHIN
THE HOME FOR PARTIES 10 OR MORE.
1 DAY NOTICE ON OUR DELIGHTFUL DINNERS

WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN COMPLETE PARTY PLANNING

/

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, 6 blocks West of Southfield

538-4850

10900 W. 8 MILE AT MEYERS (RESV- 399"2300)

TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & PATRONS

What were Dr. Funk and the Black

Widow doing with a Samoan Fog Cutter?
What set them free? Come to exotic
Trader Vic's and find out for yourself.

Sincere Best Wishes
For A Happy, Healthy
And Peaceful
:New Year"!

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

CHUCK
JOSEPH'S

PLACE FOR STEAK

19172 Grand River



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and Staff Of The

ADVANCE NOSHERIE

Advance Building
23077 Greenfield

Lower Level
557-8060

WISH A HEALTHY,
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS

NEW YEAR

TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS

AND FRIENDS

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