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June 21, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, June 21, 1974

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LET WACE forRin CATER

ZUKINIS

ZicIria,ETEie

of sourtinsiO .

4545 IN: 12 MILE,

BILAVost ifti1ogropir

1155-24401

Bar-B-0 Ribs, Pizza, Perch, Spaghetti

And Other Delicious Items

Your Host

BUDDY SHERBOW

Invites You to

SEE OUR COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES





DINING ROOMS OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER Tuesday thru Sunday

Serving Steaks, Chops, Favorite Cuisines, Including our Famous
Frog Legs- and Specialties of the Sea

A * * * * * . *
*
Dorian To
v



WILD GAME ROOM

PETE FLORE
QUARTET

NOW OPEN WITH WILD
GAME MENU.

Our Famous Brunch biery Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..

WOODWARD

AT

544-7770




4

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1 1' MILE

Closed Mondays

LISTENING
POST

AT HER RECEPTION fol-
lowing Cong. Shaarey Zedek
consecration ceremo-
nies, Nancy Woll, daughter
of Dr. Lou and Ellen Woll,
went to the microphone at
Raleigh House . . . but not to
give a speech . . . "I'd like
to thank you in my own
way," said sweet Nancy, who
then sang "Shalom" . . .
Leonard Silber reminiscing
about when he hit three balls
over the fence during a base-
ball game at McCullough
School so many years ago
. . . Harold Samuels jumping
all over the place taking pic-
tures with his Instamatic
• . . Dr. Marty Selik telling
jokes . . • Dr. Sol Lesnick
wearing his "new look"—a
long Fu Manchu mustache
. . • Sally (Dr. Victor) Hor-
vitz with pockets in back of
her suit jacket . . . Milt and
Ruth Caplan saying goodby
for two hours . . • Dr. Abe
Pearlman wearing one of
those smart rounded vests
. . . Others sweltering as the
room air conditioning bogged
down, but Mitch Newman un-
suffering in his thin suit and -
casual open sport shirt 1 . .
Linda Ehrlich (Michael) with
blouse advertising Coca Cola
and some folks asking if she
had any free drinks . . . Dr.
Abe Beresh giving wife Fran-

When Was The Last Time
You Had Service With a Smite?

The next time will be at

Mary Ellen Lippman's

attery

Restaurant

9460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (2 Blocks East of Evergreen
352-7466

Family Dining

In a Casual But

Elegant Atmosphere

*Moderately priced

Serving . . .
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner

Earle Mostyn's

Danny Raskin's

Daily Hours

Open Monday thru Friday,
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
-Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

We'll Take Good Care of You!

NOSHERIE
$
- 3

'HOME-MADE JEWISH- STYLE
_HOT HORS D'OEUVRES

75p 5e o r p p e e rson n•

i

minimuniT

Brought To you In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For

ces two yellow roses in his
usual affectionate ways . . .
Murry and Barbara Wein-
traub and Sharon and Dick
Brown two happy couples-
riscovering they were going
to the same Bar Mitzva.
IF YOU SEE ABOUT 20
young guys playing basket-
ball at Tel-12 Mall, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday; noon
until dark, don't look sur-
prised .. . just go over and
put something in the Alsac
drop-in boxes for St. Jude
Hospital.
HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY
to Michael "Mickey" Lip-
schutz (Sadie).
EXCEPT FOR TWO
FALSE fire alarms, Bernice
and Charlie Robinson and
Nash and Bea Adelman spent
a glorious weekend at the
wonderful Constellation Hotel
near the airport in Toronto
. . . Came four hours apart
at 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. . . .
"Good thing a third one didn't
come," says Nash, "Nobody -
would have paid attention,
and with , our luck, it would
have been the real thing!"
NOVEL BIRTH AN-
NOUNCEMENTcomes
through the mail . . • in the
form of a candy bar wrap-
per .. . Written across it is
"Mills Baby C a r 1 y. Net
Weight 8 lbs. 1 oz." . . . In-
side flap says, "Baby Carly
is a delicious blend of Bar-
bara, Alan, sugar, spice and
everything nice," . . . Other
side reads, "Alan and Bar-
bara Mills proudly announce
a new member of the family,
Carol Blythe Mills. Born 9:04
a.m., May _17" . . . Inside
was a cigar.
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT
Businessmen's instal-
tion dinner-dance at Raleigh
House had 160 on hand to
watch Norman Allan being
ing installed as its new presi-
dent . . . Norman comparing
notes with Ben Goldberg be-
fore the affair and discover-
ing they were going to say
the same thing in their
speeches! . . . Charles Can-
vasser, who became chair-
man of the board, giving
impressions of famous people
. . • Ben Gould using his
pocket camera .. (congratu-
lations to Ben and wife Ida
on their 55th wedding anni-
versary . . . Dr. Robert Drews
and the cigarette holder to go
with his long moustache . . .
Always smartly attired swell
guy Sam Geller making a
picture couple with Kay Mil-
grom wearing a beautiful gold
brocade Mandarin coat from
Hong Kong and wrap-around
head turban .. . Max Sosin,
naturally, telling jokes at
the drop of request . . . Harry
Brodsky in charge, looking
at his watch to make sure
speakers don't talk longer
than they should . . . Much
praise for the floral selections
by Harry's wife - Pearl . . .
Detroit Businessmen's Group
secretary Sara Lee and
Hubby Iry looking much too
young to have a 34-year-old
daughter, but Helaine Gins-
berg was at the table . . .
(Continued • on Page 23)



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