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May 03, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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ADAM'S RIB

MAKES EVERY ITEM
IN ITS OWN

A1)AM9 7

STO RE ... WITH ITS
OWN RECIPES ...
GUARANTEED FRESH...
Such As







LARGE GARDEN FRESH SALADS

TOSSED AND JULIENNE

FRESH FRUIT SALAD & AMBROSIA SALAD

52 6 G EENFIELD at 10 MILE RD.

e

544-1240

ter Altt Occasion Parties

* SEAFOOD

* COCKTAILS
* STEAKS

DOWNTOWN YPSILANTI, MICH.
Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank

* PARTY CATERING

American & Continental Dining

DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS
482-8200
For Resv. Call
483 8201

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DON'T FORGET "MOM" ON
HER DAY — MAY 12th!

BE NICE AND TAKE HER OUT
FOR DINNER.

MOTHER'S
DAY

DINNERS

WILL BE SERVED AT

aradi30

ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE

115 E. LONG LAKE RD., Corner of Livernois
Troy
879-1150

12:30

p.m.

to 8:30p.m.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW

Spec ializ iny in
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

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

• Alter Theater
Snacks
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

851-4094

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

RAY KING

at the

Piano Bar

22—Friday, May 3, 1974

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

THE SAYING "Like pick-
ing apples" holds true even
in a recreational atmosphere
. . . with Ramblewood Swim
and Tennis Club located in
an apple orchard where fam-
ilies hold picnics . . . Ramble-
wood, which officially opens
its 16th year with an open
house, May 19, 1- to 4 p.m.,
has two swimming pools, a
baseball diamond, volleyball
and tennis courts . . . and
even an open-air restaurant
which operates 'daily .. . Its
on Nine Mile Road between
Halstead and Haggerty Rds.
in Farmington . . . More info
on the open house doings can
be gotten from Les Kutinsky,
626-4343 or Phyllis Brickner,
353-5234.
IMAGINE A GAL being
made to look different every
day . . . with just a few
swoops of the hair . . . Shila
Morganroth at Headquarters
Beauty Salon in Southfield
has the secret . . . and it's
her own method . . . called
Sun Shading . . This very
(unusual and most compli-
mentary gig is quite amazing
. . . using a composite of
hair colors to compliment a
person's face . . . and a
woman can do it herself after
Shila shows her how . . .
ROASTING AND TOAST-
ING of Mitchell Newman by
Knights of 'Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55 gave honors to a
most deserving guy . . . Too
bad the program was so
poorly planned . . . Mitchell
deserved much better, . . .
Any person who holds the
record of bringing in mem-
bers to an organization . . .
or of never saying "no"
when a charitable cause is
involved, should receive an
evening worthy of his giant
deeds . . . not one where
stale jokes and ad lib flubs
take the place of careful
planning . . . About 60 fel-
lows 'showed up . . . and
there was barely enough food
to go around . . . Guys like
Bernie Mond and Herman
Weberman worked very hard
and put on the feed which
was quite good . . . even
though not ample . . . Too
bad they didn't have a corm.
mittee to work with them
. . . and give Mitchell New-
man the evening he should
have had . . . Yet, Mitchell
might have done something
good again . . . His affair
could be a sample of what
the lodge should never do
improperly!
1974 INSPIRATIONAL
BALL for St. Jude Research
Hospital is May 10 at Latin
Quarter ... with Edna Slavik
(Joe) as chairman . • . Cock-
tails are set for 6:30 and din-
ner at 8 ... as comedian Red
Buttons, songstress Jodi Kell-
man and Warren Covington,
playing music made famous
by the late Tommy Dorsey,
give out for Danny Thomas'
pet charity . . . Co-chairmen
are Ann Herro (Ray) and
Betty Baughman (Walt) .
For tickets, call 5624894.

TICKETS ARE GOING so

w e 1 1 , says chairman Lou
Linden, that some of the ex-
tra funds raised by Alpha

HERITAGE
BIG BOY

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Zeta Omega pharmaceutical
fraternity will be used to
supply drugs to hospitals in
Israel . . . Date is 7 p.m.
May 8, for the "Evening at
the Raceway" at Hazel Park
on E. 10 Mile Rd. . . . Call
Lou at LI 5-0136.
ISADORE SHAPIRO cele-
brated his 80th birthday last
week at the home of daughter
Rose MoSs (Morrey) . . .
given by his children . . . Bill
(Jeanette), Herman (Elea-
nor) and Dave (Lenore) .. •
In honor of his birthday, at-
tended by wife Rose, chil-
dren, grandchildren, family
and life-long friends, a gar-
den of trees in Israel was
planted through the Jewish
National Fund . . . Isadore
and Rose are now living in
Miami.
FORMER KAPPA NU
FRATERNITY at Wayne
State University, that existed
10 years before merging in
1963 with Phi Epsilon Pi, is
having its own reunion June
14 at the Franklin Pointe
Club House in Southfield .. .
In charge are Mike Jaffe,
Ed Bartholomew, Dave Stein-
hardt, Bob Wolfe and their
wives . . . Whereabouts of
the former members are be-
ing sought . . . Call Shari
Jaffe, 541-7861 or Mary Jo
Wolfe, 542-7352.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BUDGET PLEASERS

•I CHILDREN'S MENU
• MINI BREAKFAST

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will see to that!

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