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December 28, 1973 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS V4'
18—Friday, Dec. 28, 1973

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Dehoously Prepared for

Discern i ng

the

4
4

INVITE YOU TO ENJOY
OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY

• Juicy 8-B-0 Ribs
• Tender Tasty Chicken
• .Tangy Pizza
• Assorted Seafood

Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6453

The annual income of the
United Nations Children's
Fund is less than the amount
spent on world armaments
in two hours.

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

Danny Raskin's

ANGEL'S

LISTENING
POST

HOUR GLASS
18800 W. McNICHOLS
6 Blks. W. of Southfield
538-4850
OPEN NEW
YEAR'S EVE
4 p.m.-4 a.m.

18211 JOHN R.

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.



869-5674

DR. FELIX ROSENWACH
leaves private practice after
34 years to become a mem-
ber of the emergency room
team at Beaumont Hospital
in Royal Oak . . . "Time for
FOR PARTIES a 40-hour week," says Felix,
whose devotion to his chosen
profession has been a very
dedicated and highly appre-
ciated one.
FIRST TIME IN ITS over
35-year evistence is boast of
Infants Service Group . . .
with past president Evelyne
Roth (Edwin) installing Hat-
tie Serling (Jack) as its new
president . . . Never before
had the daughter of an ISG
NEW YEAR'S / head become top gal of this
fine organization.
EVE AT THE
SANDY GANTZ, wife of
Oak Parker Mark Gantz, is
the only Jewish teacher in an
all-Gentile school of the War-
ren Consolidated School Dis-
trict . . . and is asked every
year to speak to one of the
4th grade classes about Han-
uka . . . This year, the stu-
dents each wrote Sandy a
thank you note for her pre-
sentation . . Typical of the
responses was, "Thank you
for coming and talking to our
class. When you came I didn't
IS OUR SPECIALTY! know anything about Han-
uka, and when you left I felt
DAVE'S DRESTAURANTN like I was Jewish too!"
3258 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
MAY RICHMAN waited 20
minutes on Dartmouth and
681-3537
Coolidge for traffic to clear
so she could make a left turn
onto Coolidge . . . Meanwhile,
several cars behind had their
horns blowing like a wedding
INTIMATE
parade . . . Suddenly, all was
PRIVATE
clear and May quickly and
PARTY
excitedly dashed out on the
ROOMS ...
wet pavement . . . As the
_TASTEFUL
cars behind watched in awe
DINING...
at "that • °man driver," she
skidded and -- lade a com-
plete turn right back on Dart-
mouth . . . going back from
where she I- ad started!
Plymouth, Midigan
THROUGh FORMATION
453-4300
OF an alumni association,
the Fresh 'Air Society that
operates Fresh Air and
Tamarack camps has hopes
of placing its former staff
members in touch with each
other . . . A data listing of
former camp staffers is be-
ing compiled . . . and a
newsletter will be published
periodically to keep former
staff informed about the
6 Meats, Pot. Salad, Cole
camp's current status and
Slaw, 3 Types of Pickles,
news of fellow alumni . . .
Black & Green Olives, Bread,
In operation over 50 years,
Mustard, Etc.
the camps receive numerous
inquiries for information
about counselors of yester-
days.
per person
HAROLD BLACK HAS an
We Use Vienna-Wilno
unusual occupation besides
Products
being a regular furrier . . .
ELIOT FULLER'S
He makes "you name it"
things . . . such as checker
boards . . . out of real fur
(minks, leopard, etc.) . . .
Upholstery, hats, novelties of
DELICATESSEN
all types don't stump Harold
15315 W. 7 Mile Rd.
. . . but he gulped when
someone wanted a coat made
out of red fox . . . until find-
ing out the person didn't
mean the comedian.

ADAM'S
RIB

544-1240

CATERED PARTIES
HOME OR OFFICE
355-2440

BUDAPEST
SUPPER

HAVING A
PARTY?

TRAY

CATERING

1111

HAVE YOU HEARD THIS
one? . . . The Martian landed
in Las Vegas and watched
one player hit the jackpot
. . . While the cherries, pears
and peaches spun around, the
machine shook and sputtered
and delivered an outpouring
of coins . . . The Martian
said to the slot machine sad-
ly, "Baby, you ought to do
something for that cold."
DOING IT UP "brown" as
they say, with class, is invite
received for marriage of
Maureen Lieberman, daugh-
ter of former Detroiters
Larry and Dorothy Lieber-
man of Merritt Island, Fla.
. . . Wedding is Jan. 13 and
invitation is accompanied
by an accommodation card
for staying in Cocoa Beach
at the Atlantis Beach Lodge,
where the "I Do" ceremonies
and festivities will be held
. . . Local caterer Bill Kozen
is also being "imported"
from Detroit.
LEO POLK, holder of the
blood donor record here-
abouts, stopping at 318 (clos-
est is 200) has his weight
down to 220 from 290 but
uses cream and sugar in his
coffee like a crane empty-
ing a loan . . . Leo is retired
now, however still very ac-
tive in Bitai Brith . . . He
is financial secretary of Zag-
er-Stone Lodge.

Golf
Rail splitting produced an
immortal President in Abra-
ham Lincoln; but Golf, with
29,000 courses, hasn't pro-
duced even a good A Num-
ber-1 congressman. Will
Rogers.

ORDERS TAKEN
ALL
OCCASION PARTIES



DINNER , SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME

A CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES*

• 25226 GREENFIELD RD.





MAKE YOUR DINNER
RESERVATIONS
No Corer or Minimum

DANCING
TUES - SAT.
LENNIE SCHICK
Quartet

SOL•S

GROUND FLOOR

Restaurant - Delicatessen -
Cafeteria

In The Greenfield Center
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
Oak Park

Bob Kimoto likes people

. and people like him.
Bob is one of the most
capable captains at Trader
Vic's. He has a unique
talent that has made him
popular with hundreds of
he will
Detroiters
remember your favorite
table, cocktails and cuisine.
Reservations are advisable.

in the

TRAVELER'S
TOWER

26555 EVERGREEN

Bet 101/2 and Ti Mile

Mon. & Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sat. 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

• Breakfast • Lunch • Sandwiches
• Salads • Hot Entres

Detroit Hilton

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

ORDERS TAKEN FOR
HOLIDAY TRAYS

356-0730

Call Now For
New Year's
Eve
Information ,

and

Reservations
358-1336

Special New Year's
Eve menu with
glasses of
champagne
and favors
at mid-
night.

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.
SOUTHFIELD

ALBAN'S

VISIT OUR GOURMET SHOP

RESTAURANT

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL

• Complete Lunches

• Complete Dinners

TRAY
CATERING

• Carryout Menu

• Variety of Salads

• Sandwich Specials

Try Our
Famous
Box Lunches

S 60

LOUIS 61
LEINOFF

BR 3-5914

544 1240

Catering in 'fog

Home or Office

188 N. HUNTER (Woodward) MI 6-6553

CORNER 15 MILE
MICHIGAN'S LARGEST PACKAGE LIQUOR AND WINE SELECTION
Open Mon. thru Thurs. till 9, Fri. Sat. till 11, Sun. till 9

We carry

WIENNA

Pure Beef
Products

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