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May 17, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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VINCENZO'S

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Italian-American Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared (or the
Discerning Taste

18211 JOHN R.

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

869-5674"

173 TUESDAY,
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1-0'

SPECIAL

11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

CHOPPED SIRLOIN
STEAK

With Buttery
Baked Potato,
Hot Texas Toast,
Crisp Tossed Salad

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BONANZA

15640 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Corner of Greenfield
557-3237

BONANZA
PIT.

SutLVS

Her name is Karen Smooth. She's the
kind of girl who plans parties. And plans
them exactly to please you and your
guests. Whether it's ten for dinner. Or
two hundred for cocktails.
Karen will show you how the newly
redecorated party facilities at Stouffer's
Northland Inn will fit your plans
perfectly. She'll suggest themes. Fill you
in on the newest ideas in decor. Plan
your menus and discuss special
touches you'll appreciate.
She'll put Stouffer's 50 years of
experience in serving food . . . and
people . . . to work to make your next
get together a smash. Just get together
with our party girl, Karen Smooth
by calling 357-4700.

StOullar's

Northland Inn

21000 Northwestern Hwy. / 357-4700

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, May 17, 1974

Danny Raskin's

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LISTENING
POST

SIGHT SEEING at the re-
cent St. Jude Inspirational
Dinner-Ball . . . with many
guys outfitted in black tie
and lassies in long gowns
. . . Mike Kallen came in
wearing white shoes and no
tie . . . Plenty of blue, white
and pink tux shirts, but
Mike wore his own thing, an
open neck sport shirt . . .
In contrast, wife Jackie Kal-
len attractive entertainment
writer, wore a shimmering
gold and black outfit trim-
med with gold coins and a
$20 gold piece around her
neck . . . The talented Jackie
is working on her first full-
length book relating to the
fascinating work she does .. .
Hilda and Bud Lezell cutting
a mean rock 'n roll shake
together on the floor . . .
Hilda's long cigaret holder
stayed at the table . . . Bud
by the way, will soon be off
to Memphis for a St. Jude
taping session with founder
Danny Thomas . . . Hilda and
Jack Linden took it easy "in
their own little world" while
the floor rocked to Warren
Covington's big band . . .
Ball chairman Edna and Joe
Slavik whooped it up happily
on the floor . . . their effort
for the kiddies was a big
success . . . Betty and Art
Emanual a lovely couple .
Photog genius Art is newest
member of St. Jude board of
directors . . . Zelda Karlin,
seven years here from New
York, waiting for opportunity
to remind comic Red Buttons
about his Peekskill Mountain
days before he became a
star . . . Art Cervi, CKLW-
TV's Bozo the Clown, a most
congenial guy, honorary
chairman of the WDEE
Radiothon, this Saturday and
Sunday, telling a few about
meeting a little girl who
started to cry because he
didn't have any makeup on
. . . Red Buttons (Aaron
Chwatt) never better on
stage . . . Used Hava Nagila
as theme song and did a
mostly Yiddish dialect show
a la Myron Cohen, but in a
most delightful way . .
He was excellent!
MITZVA DAY BY Senior
USY at Bnai Moshe on 10
Mile is a new concept in
fund raising . . . the kids'll
do almost anything to raise
dough for their synagogue
youth programs . . . house-
hold chores, grocery shop-
ping, bagel deliveries, minor
paint jobs, window washing,
car washing, gardening, driv-
ing children to and from
classes . . . or whatever the
imagination can dream up.
TESTIMONIAL PAR T Y
For Rep. Joe Forbes had 250
guys 'n gals on hand at
Raleigh House . . . with Joe
going around assuring peo-
ple he was not taping the
proceedings. . . . Wayne
County bailiff Bill Freedman
selling tickets for anything
at Cong. Beth Achim . . .
Maynard Feldman filling
four plates with hors d'
oeuvres and telling folks
they're for others as he
munches merrily away . . .
Elliot Burns with the fancy

SALAD
BAR
20 ITEMS

Where to go
for dinner when
you don't know
where to go
for dinner.

ALL YOU
CAN EAT

printing for lapel tags mak-
ing the ho hum names look
so purty . . . All three (D)
candidates for the 17 Con-
gressional Districts on hand
"jockeying for position" while
talking so nice to each other
. . . Sen. Jack Faxon, Rep.
William Brodhead and Kathy
Strauss . . . but wait until
the campaign fur flies! . . .
Jim Blanchard in the 18th
District poll with no oppo-
nents to talk to . . . Republi-
cans these days are too busy
wondering what kind of job
to look for ... Speaker of the
House and Joe Forbes'
"boss", Bill Ryan, _keeping
an eye on "one of his employ-
es." . . . Joe at the mike
welcoming folks and almost
knocking his teeth out by
bumping into it when sur-
prise telegram came from
daughter Esty, a clinical
audiologist in Oakland, Calif.
. . . Insurance man Ernie
Solomon and clothier Harry
Solomon no relation to each
other, but Ernie buys his
clothes from Harry because
the label is so close to his
heart . . . Auditor General
Al Lee coming up with a
great diet for others . . .
eating anything they want as
long as nothing is swallowed

IA. •

WITH EVERY
LUNCH OR
DINNER ENTREE.

CORDOBA

the original P&Wbar & restaurant

10320 West 6 Mile Rd. Detroit
3 blks. E. of Lodge X-Way
VALET PARKING
861-5557

7 Mi. & MIDDLEBELT

477-2686

tlITAKS/SEAF000 COCILTAILS

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At Our Two Locations

• Lunches
• Dinners
> • Cocktails

'4tik-PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES

P aradiio Cale

17630 WOODWARD

115 E. LONG LAKE RD.

(4 blks. N. Of 6 Mile)
Detroit
Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. - 12 Midnight

( Corner Livernois)
Troy
Monday thru Saturday
11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Closed Sundays

Closed Sundays

869-3988 879-1150

S ATURDAY

5 to 10 p.m.

SUNDAY

5 to 9 p.m.

WHITE FISH

COMPLETE $ 7
DINNER

65

Enjoy a touch of the old world in delightfully
gracious surroundings at

Mary Ellen Lippman's

4 e altery

Res aurant

19460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (2 Blocks East of Evergreen)

352-7466

We'll Take Good Care of You

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