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September 20, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-20

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• • THE GOLDEN DOME
Restaurant, Supper Club •


Entertainment Center

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2805 W. MAPLE

DoilY Lund*" v ariety.
Banquet Facilities.

549-2424

TENDER 9-OZ.
STRIP
STEAK DINNER

EXOTIC ORANGE
DUCK DINNER

duck,
half
Pne
plus choice of po-
bar.
salad
tato,

• •

'Choice of potato,
salad bar,

$5.25

$5.25

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$4.95

400.4...4040.0 0

McDONALD'S

ON GREENFIELD RD.

EXTENDS
GREETINGS
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
WITH BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR HEALTH & HAPPINESS

26550 GREENFIELD at 11 Mile
Oak Park

Next to Towne Theater

Anthony
}Fuse

V .I.P.

ROOM

CATERING TO THE
SOPHISTICATED SET!

CLUB
11111111111111111 1 Mile SUPPER
West of Evergreen

20600 PLYMOUTH

For Reservations: 272-0730
COMPLETE DINNERS INCLUDE
• HORS D'OEUVRES • SALAD BAR • SOUP

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL

.

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS ONLY

FOR STEAK OR PRIME RIB DINNER
WITH SECOND MEAL AT REGULAR PRICE

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ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING WED., FRI. & SAT. IN THE
V.I.P. ROOM . . . 7 NIGHTS A WEEK IN THE LINE
• Valet Parking Available •
OF SCRIMMAGE ROOM.

P aradisio Cale Parack3o Villa

17630 WOODWARD

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

Closed Sundays

115 E. LONG LAKE RD.

(Corner Livernois) Troy
Monday thru Saturday
11 a.m. to2a.m.

Closed Sundays
JOEL NASH

at our piano bar

NATE GURWIN died as he
-lived . . . fighting . . The
'ex-boxer, postal veteran and
son Jerry Gurwin's "right-
hand man" at their autobody
"klinic," finally took the 10
count after a five-year battle
that would have quickly
beaten the average man . . .
Even those days many years
ago when Nate and--brother
Sam "Sue" Gurwin would
stand back-to-back in the old
neighborhood, fighting off the
bunch of tough kids who in-
vaded their newspaper cor-
ner was a snap . . . Nate
never stopped fighting
throughout his life . ..wheth-
er it was for family or to
help others.
WHEN STEVE HOCH-
BERGER, 16-year-old son of
Irene and Morey Hochberger,
recently took first place in
the Detroit News Hole-In-
One Tournarrient, he also
achieved a couple of other
firsts . . . In the 37 years
of the tournament, says his
proud aunt Eleanor Fitzer-
man (Robert), he was the
youngest player ever to win
. . . Also, writes Aunt El-
eanor, it was the first time
an amateur was able to ac-
cent the prize . . . a set of
golf clubs . . . without chang-
ing his amateur standing.
CHILDREN'S DEPT . .
Saying his ' prayers last
week, little Craig Feldman,
six-year-old son of Millie and
Jay Feldman, ended with,
. . . and please make
Arnie stop throwing stones
at me. By the way, I've men-
tioned this before." . . . Little
Ronnie Meyers, son of ex-
Detroiters Max and Sylvia
Meyers, went to school in
Miami a couple of weeks
ago, carrying an excuse to
his teacher . . . "Please ex-
cuse Ronnie for being absent.
He has a new brother. It
was not his fault."
20th ANNUAL CRESCENT
Shrine Club dinner-dance and
show is Sept. 29 at Raleigh
House . . . open to members,
wives and guests . . . Call
Buddy Nathanson for tick-
ets, LI 7-5935 . . . Ruby Sam-
son is president of Crescent
Shrine, with Sol Lakind en-
tertainment chairman.
IN RECENT ISSUE OF
Esquire Magazine, under The
Best of America custom tail-
or listing for -Detroit area
. . . "There are 10,000 square
feet of clothing, 22 European
tailors, a huge selection of
linings and buttons at Steve
Petix in Birmingham . . .
What it didn't tell was that
Steve's custom work has nev-.
er failed to win a blue rib-
bon at custom clothing con-
ventions . . . and that among
his original creations are
some of the world's most el-
egant styles . . . Also that
Steve's chief designer, Phil-
ip Formaro, is among Amer-
ica's best (even though he
doesn't keep his word of a
home-cooked spaghetti din-
ner) .latest is
m'ail's)•eufe-Arttlidut elk sbAii'l§
— honest!

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4mistaxi ■

THE SUSSEX ROUSE

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen),
559-3377

Danny Raskin's

Businessmen's Luncheons • Complete Dinners

POST

DINNER SPECIALS, MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, 6 to 11P.M.

of
choice
Your
shrimp, perch, scal-
lops, clam strips,
plus
three
any
- choice of potato
and salad bar.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING

NEAR COOLIDGE

Playing Nightly For Your Dancing and Listening
Pleasure — LENNY DRAKE — "The Versatile
One Man Trio," Mon.-Sat. 9-2.

SEAFOOD SPECIAL

22—Friday, Sept. 20, 1974

I OPEN MON.-SAT. FROM 11:30 A.M.

WHILE RITA AND IRV-
ING Lipsky were in Las
Vegas, her plan was being
carried out back home for
Irving's recent surprise
birthday party . . . Around
70 people were in the shock-
er, including their daughter
Marlene Balan from San
Jose, Calif . . . This is the
second in a series of sur-
prises, says Rita . . . She
had one for Irving on his
40th.
TIME IS DRAWING near
for the 25-year reunion of
1949 Central High graduates
. . with efforts doubled to
find as many alumni as pos-
sible . . Contact Sally (Leb-
owitz) Levine, 545-7447, or
Adel]. (Abromovich) Ozro-
vitz, 545-6163.
AS IS THE USUAL whim
among many little children,
Anne Sue Green, six-year-old
daughter of Shirley and Lou
Green, reported to her moth-
er that she was off to see
the world, . . . Shirley said
she would pack her a lunch
and wished Anne Sue the
best of luck, saying that if
she ever wanted to come
back home, her daddy and
mother would always be
waiting . . . It all seemed
serious until little Anne Sue
burst out crying, "But mom-
my, what'll I do when it gets
dark outside?"

TOTAL LOSS _—
Regular habits are no
earthly good to the people
whose habits are all bad.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275

' • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
• WEDDINGS
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
/0=XIC==1

HERITAGE
BIG BOY

BUDGET MASERS
F •' . CHILDREN'S MENU
• MINI BREAKFAST

FAST EFFICIENT CARRY-OUT

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OPEN 7 DAYS .A WEEK

,•1/

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

SUK.-THURS., 7 a.m.-12 mid. FRI. 1 SAT. 7 a.m.-1 0-m.

24901 NORTHWESTERN

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AT EVERGREEN & 10 MILE

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ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

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

Cocktail Hour
4 to 7 p.m.

Dancing Mondays thru Sahi-days
From 10 p.m.

• After Theater
Snacks

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

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 -Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

851-4094

HAVING A
PARTY?

356-7170-

RAY KING

evenings at the

Piano Bar

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT!

CALL THE

OLYMPIC
GRILL

Located In The

SOUTHFIELD
ATHLETIC CLUB

(TRAVELERS TOWER)

101/2 & Evergreen

1355-00801

Ask For

Nancy Moceri

Serving Up to 80 For

•SHOWERS
• SWEET SIXTEENS
• BAR or BAS MITZVAS
a •POOL PARTIES
•ETC.

LOBSTER BOIL

FRESH MAINE LOBSTER
& LOTS 0' STEAMERS

$895

per
person

at the meverson brothers'





•••••••••••••••

: SCOTCH 'N SIRLOIN

James Couzens Hwy. at Greenfield

Please Call For Reservations

342-5660

Nonn ie

Phillips at the Piano Bar

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