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February 15, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-15

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Free T-Shirt Night
Offered by Pistons

Tact: the ability to de-
scribe others as they see
themselves.—Abraham Lin-
coln.

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine-

1821 1 JOHN R.

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

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%ARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

ADAM'S
RIB

FOR PARTIES

544-1240

GROUND
FLOOR

RESTAURANT.DELICATESSEN
-
CAFETERIA
in the

TRAVELER'S
TOWER

26555 EVERGREEN

Bet. 10%

and 11 Mile

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

• Breakfast • Lunch • Sandwiches
• Salads • Hot Entres

TRAY CATERING
SPECIALISTS

356.0730

LAST 2 WEEKS
IN DETROIT

uld

LARRY
SANTOS

Danny Raskin'

The Detroit Pistons will
have a free T-shirt night for
children age 16 and younger
March 1 at Cobo Hall as they
battle the Seattle SuperSonics
for the last time this season.
To get the T-shirt, children
must have a lower-arena re-
served seat for the game.
Tickets are available at Cobo
Arena, Hudson's, Sears or
Grinnell's downtown.
The Pistons will take on
the Philadelphia '76ers at the
second Family night game
of the season March 23 at
Cobo Arena. Families are
limited to eight of the spe-
cially priced tickets, and only
mail orders will be accepted.
For tickets, write the Detroit
Pistons, Cobo Hall, Detroit
48226.
Tickets for the makeup
game between the Pistons
and the Golden State War-
riors March 11 at Cobo Hail
are available at all Hudson's
and Sears stores, and Grin-
nell's downtown.

so SUIIM-

live that they feel snubbed
if an epidemic overlooks
them.—Kin Hubbard.

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BANQUET FACILITIES

BRIDAL SHOWERS • PARTIES
BAR MITZVAS

"THE HUNT ROOM"

GROUPS 40 TO 100

1560 N. WOODWARD AVE.

AT LONG LAKE RD.

644-4800

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI.

LOUNGE

POST

DEAR FRIENDS AND
family made up the invitees
at 40th anniversary party for
Max and Ruth Sosin . . .
given at Cong. Bnai David
by their children . . . Good
thing the list of guests was
limited. otherwise it would
have been endless . . . and
there just isn't a place in
town big enough for all the
folks to honor Ruth and Max!
. . . Some jottings at the af-
fair: Excellent food by cater-
er Harvey Bloom, with
French service to comple-
ment a fine meal . . . No
more penny-under-the-cup for
flowers on the tables . . .
White ring ground napkins
was used, but florist boo boo
had the ribbons all pink . . .
so Hal Gordon announced
winner would be whoever had
the least hair . . . Max Sosin
of course won at his table
. . . and Max Sonberg was
happy he doesn't wear a
hairpiece .. . Cantor Hyman
Adler wore a gold yarmulka,
one of many colors weaved
by wife Ruth, and sang "Old
Man River" for us . . . Maury
Gordon very lucky with only
36 stitches and bandages . . .
Maury and Ruth's German
shepherd of six years turned
on him suddenly and at-
tacked with viciousness . . .
New Bnai'David rabbi of two
weeks, Rabbi Solomon Poup-
ko, waiting for wife Esther
and four children to arrive in
a few weeks . .. Max Kolov-
sky minus 40 pounds . . .
Showtime was a sort of "This
Is Your Life," Mom and Dad,
done radio style on stage .. .
and thoroughly enjoyed by
all . . . with son Harvey,
"The Rock" (a chip off the
old block), and daughter Sal-
ly . . . Six children of Harvey
and Harlene and Sally and
Phil Neuman made their
show biz debut with a song
to Ruth and Max . . . Almost
was first affair Max attended
that he didn't entertain . . .
but try to keep him away
from a live mike! . . . At
11:30, there he was, after
keeping still all evening, sing-
ing with Hal's band . . . Too
bad more people couldn't
have been invited . . . But as
we said, where do you stop
and where do you put them?
HEY GUYS . . . were you
ever in AZA? . . . If so, con-
tact 354-6113, or write to Bnai

zz—rnaay, ten.

18332 W. McNichols

531-8877

Brith Youth Organization,
21711 W. 10 Mile, Southfield
. . . 50th anniversary week of
AZA is coming up, April 19-
28, culminating wi :11 a din-
ner ... Names and addresses
of all former AZA members
are needed . . . Honorary
dinner chairmen are Charles
Milan and Harvey Weisberg.
SORRY ... LEFT OUT the
full name of Cocoa Beach's
mayor in last week's column
. . . It's LEE CARON . . .
remember him doing his bit
in front of the mike at 'so
many local niteries? . . .
Also, correct spelling is Paul
and Marlene LEBOWITZ for
the local guests at the Lieber-
man-Zill wedding in C.B.
CEIL STEIN, Nate's wife,
saw a picture of Golda Meir
in the newspaper .. . was at-
tracted to it and made an oil
painting, which she is send-
ing the Israeli prime min-
ister.

PRECARIOUS DAYS
WITH the blood bank at Bnai
Moshe . . . aDnger is close
that unless there is more re-
sponse for blood, the vital
service may be forced to dis-
continue . . . The Red Cross
bloodmobile will be in the
Bnai Moshe social hall, 10
Mile and Church St., Oak
Park, from 2 to 8 p.m. March
5.
NO TICKETS WILL be
sold at the door for the
Knights of Pythias Detroit 55
installation dinner - dance
March 3 at Raleigh House
. . . only a limited number
of reservations will be taken.
FOR A MOMENT, IT was
a real shocked to ad man
Leonard Simons . . . watch-
ing and listening to TV while
reading — all at the same
time .. - His eyes were off a
commercial when Leonard's
ears perked up like an elec-
tric jolt when he heard what
he thought was, "Jew food.
Jew food." . . . It sure made
him look at the set, and there
on the screen was a commer-
cial advertising a dog food
. . . and then it came on
again . . . only this time,
Leonard heard more clearly
. . . "Chew food" not Jew
food . .. An old pro ad man
like Leonard Simons knows
that anything seems to go on
media communications these
days . . . and shudders.

-- BEAUTIFUL —

BANQUET
FACILITIES P44

* WEDDINGS
* PARTIES, ETC.
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Spec iatizinq in

ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

WHERE THE
ACTION IS!

ANGEL'S

HOUR GLASS
18800 W. McNichols

6 Blks. W. of Southfield

538-4850

• Businessmen's luncheons
• Complete Dinners
• Banquet Facilities

PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

• After Theater
Snacks

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

RAY KING

85 1 -4094

Piano Bar

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

at the

DANCING
TUES.-SAT.

LENNIE SCHICK

Take The Family Out To Dinner

Catch our
Sunday Dinner Special.

It's a sit-down dinner feast that begins with chilled tomato juice. Followed
by Roast Leg of Lamb au jus, mint sauce, our special salad, choice of vegetable,
freshly baked hot bread and beverage. All for just $4.95. And kids with
minds of their own choose from a big menu of their own. At children's prices.

The best-of-everything
Sunday brunch.

We bedeck our buffet with everything you'd ever want for breakfast or lunch.
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. to 1 p.m.

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, Karen Smoots, at 357-4700.

What You Put Off Yesterday
You Can Do Today

Bring her in for a
Valentine treat.
Enjoy an
excellent dinner.

Later partake of an
after dinner drink in
our unique Mush-
room Cellar cock-
tail lounge.

to ers

NORTHLAND INN
. .21000 Northwestern Hwy. 1 357-4700

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

Corner Southfield Road

358-1336

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