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October 05, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-05

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V INCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R,

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.



869-5674

41 661 Plymouth Rood
Plymouth, Michigan

453-4300

483-8200
483-8201

DINING ROOMS

SEA FOOD
COCKTAILS
STEAKS
PARTY
CATERING

A Time to Relax and
Enjoy Pleasant Company

Amid pleasant surroundings,
with excellent food, top serv-
ice . . . dinner for two is a
wonderful way to spend an
evening. Take it from us!

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SOUTHFIELD RD., North of 12 Mile.

ACROSS FROM SOUTHFIELD SHOPPING PLAZA +

OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS WEE
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4 COMPLETE MENU SPECIALS DAILY, MON. thru SUN. •

INCLUDING GROUP DINING FACILITIES

FRIDAYS — FRESH WHITE FISH DINNERS (All You Can Eat)

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SUNDAYS — FAMILY STYLE BREAKFAST & CHICKEN DINNERS
EAT IN OUR SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OR CALL
FOR CARRY-OUT — 352-5796 or 355-0434

SPECIALS AVAILABLE ONLY AT OUR

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SOUTHFIELD ROAD LOCATION

4 COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES

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UP TO 250 PEOPLE

IN THE LOWER LEVEL OF
OUR SOUTHFIELD STORE

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR .

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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

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7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

one week . . . a whopping
figure considering that the
fair takes 35 per cent and it
cost 6 per cent to run the
operation . . . 900 shifts
were filled, with about 500
volunteer workers from the
combined efforts of the Can-
cer Fighters, Mr. and Mrs.
Group and New Horizons
Chapter.
"HOW I LOVE THAT
game of golf," enthused a
local gent to Sam Boris, ex-
Detroiter visiting here from
California. "I'd like to shoot
36 holes every single day!
"You sound like a
shark," smiled Sam. "What's
your handicap?" . . . "My
wife," mourned the gent.
"She won't let me play."
ROSE LOVER has taken
over for her daughter, Shelly,
as manicurist at the Slaugh-
terhouse Barber Shop in the
Charterhouse . . . She is also
the mother of women's hair
stylist Allen Lover.
BEA GOULD, OUR Pacific
Coast corresponndent, writes
. . . "Recent meetings of the
Madison Athletic Club of
Southern California (former
Detroiters) included birthday
celebration in August at home
of Erwin Gould — to honor
Ben Norman's 75th birthday
. . . Other August birthdays
of the 'over 70 boys' were
Phil Goodman, 70, Er win
Gould, 71, and Lou Goodman,
71, Lou recently was married
to Lillian Morris (nee Avi-
son), and they are now living
in the Detroit area . . . Sep-
tember meeting was in home
of Ben Norman. Madison
Athletic Club's annual New
Year's Eve party will again
be at home of Erwin Gould.
Last year, Detroiters Sam
Jacobs and Ludwig Boraks
(with spouses ) attended.
Maurice Levin is president,
Phil Goodman, secretary, and
Morris Shurgin, entertain-
ment chairman."
CHILDREN UNLIMITED
IS establishing a Marge Si-
porin Memorial Fund . . .
Marge was a past president
and held every office in the
organization . . . The fund
will be for Penrickton Nurs•
ery for the Blind . . . Con-

tributors can call Florence
Brand, 352-4197.

DR. SANFORD R AUT-
BORT is so much against
cigarette smoking that he has
removed all the lighters in
his car . . . Wife Lieba and
Sanford don't even own an
ashtray at home!
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SAM AND RUTH GUSSIN
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are going to hear from
"friends" they never thought
LET US HELP YOU PLAN
existed . . . The nice couple
YOUR PERFECT AFFAIR!
are buying themselves a 36-
foot double-deck cabin
cruiser.
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS I
COMMERCE AND EAST
TO ORGANIZATIONS
COMMERCE grads of the
'30s . . . forget about that
reunion scheduled for Oct. 27
. . . Dorothy Rosen says sec-
ond delay (was to have or-
iginally been last May) is
only "temporary" . . . Too
PRIVATE PARKING FOR CATERED PARTIES
bad—sounded like great fun.

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
• SWEET SIXTEENS
• SHOWERS
• BOWLING PARTIES
• SALES MEETINGS
AND ALL OCCASION AFFAIRS
FEATURING EXCELLENT CHOICES Of MENU

Prepared

Discerning Toile

Off,

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Deliciously

POST

AMOUNT SENT TO
Duarte, Calif., as a result of
the City of Hope bingo at the
State Fair was $20,000 in the

Welcome to
G rkiZ raUtbriaV

LARCO'S

LISTENING

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Friday, October 5, 1973-23

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Danny Raskin's

EXQUISITE
DINING
SINCE
1934

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CONTINENTAL CUISINE with all of the best

accoutrements, in a majestic atmosphere, for your
enjoyment and pleasure. Originally, our building

544-1240

RIBS

WED. EVENINGS
• Cole Slaw
• French Fries
ft $495



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DANCING

was a church, constructed in 7885. We have tried to
retain the Gothic design and as much of the interior
as possible, while renovating the structure into a
Castle — complete with Moat and Drawbridge, in
the heart of the charming City of Northville.

RESERVATIONS WELCOMED EXCEPT FRIDAY AND SAFURDAY EVENINGS

TUES. THRU FRI.
LUNCH 11:304:30—DINNER 3:3410 P.M.
SAT. 5:30-10PM
SUN. 2-8PM

HOMO

• UARTET

ANGEL'S

HOUR GLASS

18800 W. McNICHOIS

6 Blocks West of Southfield

94Pratubri

MAN

145 N. CENTER ST., NORTHVILLE

Phone 349-4885

CALL

• 352-5796

411044 ■•■■••■ ••A

7 mitt

1111,111111111

Fltbs0Ual

Catch the Coach & Four any night.

Our Sunday best.
The best-of-everything brunch.

We bedeck our buffet with finery. Like everything you'd ever want for
breakfast. And even a few surprises that make you glad you're
hungry. Come as you are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for
under-twelves. From 8 a.m.
Prefer a Sunday sit-down dinner? You've got it. Or rather, we've got it. And
you get it by stopping in from 5:30 to 10:30. Mom and Dad choose
our special dinner at $3.50. And kids with minds of their own about
food order from a menu of their own. All their big favorites. At little prices.

It takes 50 years to throw a party

Don't let anybody practice on your party. Throw your party
our way and get the finest facilities, food, drink and service. And we'll
throw in 50 years of hosting experience. At no extra cost. Get your
ball rolling by calling our party planner, Carol Berner, at 357-4700.

Don't let
Coach Go Four
leave without you.

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If you're looking for a great time, catch the Coach and Four any night. We
serve drinks that're stupendous. And food that's memorable.
Like Shrimp Tempura. Or, your favorite steak. All at prices that won't
spoil the fun. From $5.10. And now, we've set your evening to music.
The kind you can only get from the one, the only Bob Hawkin. His
sophisticated piano sets the mood Monday through Saturday
from 6 (when you're cocktailing) until midnight (when you're romancing.)

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MON. THRU SAT.

LENNIE SCHIC

538-4850

349-4885

We present to you a truly fine restaurant .. .

FOR PARTIES

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145 CENTER ST., NORTHVILLE

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NORTHLAND INN

21000 Northwestern Hwy. 1357-4700

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