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November 01, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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FEATURING *

BOB ANGUS

* QUINTO MELITTO * JAN RAE * DINO VALLE

Accompanied by David Wilson

* ITALIAN - AMERICAN CUISINE
c R LEA V E. D RE uE
60_

DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT
FR I - SAT. - SUN.
"CASEY CLAW BAND

NOW FEATURING

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and STEAK DIANE FLAMED AT YOUR TABLE

• BusinessmerYs Luncheons
• Complete or Ala Carte Dinners
• Epicurean Delights
• After-Theater Specialties
and Unusual Desserts

Cocktails and Exotic Drinks

COMPLETE FAMILY
-
DINNERS

MON. TRU THURS., 1130.100 P.M.
FRI. AND SAT.
11:30-12:30 A.M.
3 P.M. to 10 KN.,:
SUNDAYS

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WE'RE MUCH MORE THAN
AN ORIENTAL RESTAURANT!

The BEST ki FINE FOOD and
SERVICE at REASONABLE PRICES
BRING THE FAMILY!

In The ORCHARD MALL
ORCHARD LAKE N. of MAPLE (15)

West Bloomfield

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Private .Car -Out Dept.

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YPSILANTI, MICH.

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.

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Plus

Potato

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50

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30-Friday, November 1, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LARCO'S

LISTENING
POST

RUTH AND ED GREEN-
SPAN attend many perform-
ances of their opera-singing
daughter Muriel, but have
never heard her . . . She is
with the New York Civic
Okra, sings every summer
with the LaScala in Italy and
comes home each year for a
role in "The Messiah" by the
Detroit Symphony . . . Her
parents have been married
38 years . . . and both deaf
since their teens.
IF CLUB CHEZ LEROIX
is ever revived by the old
Rex AZA and BBYO Lodge,
look for Sue Band to be in it
as a belly dancer . . . Hubby
Martin was a member of the
group and Sue is taking les-
sons - in the wiggle waggle
stuff; . (Marty will even
wear his very, very green
suit!) "
PLUS THEIR BOOMING
business, Al Nettle and Roy
Caney at the Charterhonse
Barber Salon 'on Nine Mile,
have become sort of training
posts for styling stars in the
northwest area . . . At least
eight former employes t of
theirs are at shops in nearby
locales . . . "Makes us feel
like a couple of papa roos-
ters," says Al.
ROAD TO WOMANHOOD
and her future dream of a
drama and music career .. .
begins Nov. 8 for Marla Gol-
man , . That's the date of
her Bat Mitzva at Temple
Israel of Elkhart, Ind. . .
Daughter of former Detroit-
ens Alvin 'and Gayle Gelman,
young Marla, hi the 8th grade
choir at Brookdale -Junior
High, sings and plays piano.
RECENT MARATHON-bas-
ketball game at Tel-12 Mall
brought in a whopping
$1,571.76 for the City of Hope
. . . Promoter Paul SchWartz
is the son of Barbara (Cancer
Fighters) and Leonard
Schwartz.
SEEING SIGNS . : . in the
window • of a store recently
went bankrupt after only a
short time in business . . .
"Opened by mistake."
FELLOW BY THE name of
Gurewich backed into a car
owned by Abe Gurwin recent-
ly at a shopping center . . .
Gurewich turned the accident
over to his attorney Leonard
Gurwin . . . and Abe likewise
to his barrister son }Tinley
Gurwin. : . . The adjuster
shook his head in confusion
. especially when both
cars were taken for repairs to
Jerry Gurwin's Autobody
Klinic . . . Neither of the par-
ties involved, nor their attor-
flies, were related to each
other.
25 YEARS AGO, Syd Keith
and wife Sara moved to Los
Angeles, where he is public
relations director for the City
of Hope nationally . .. They
visited the home town of De-
troit recently, came out to the
car one morning and found
ice on the windshield . . .
"This is one reason why we
moved- to California," said
Sara. At least we don't have
to scrape off our sm,og.'
HOME FROM MICHIGAN
State for the weekend, Arthur

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

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Discerning Taste

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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

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RIB

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544-1240

Stone, son of Ruben and Alice
Stone, sported 'a set of marks
so glittering that the whole
family glowed with pride ..
His five-year-old brother,
Steven, finally felt it was time
for him to get into the act,
however, and declared, "I
got an 'A' in arithmetic." . .
Ruben indulgently replied,
"I - didn't know they taught,
arithmetic in kindergarten.
Whats one Sand one?" . .
Little Steven pondered a mo-
ment, then reported, "We
havent gotten that far yet."

WHILE IN ENGLAND on
a tour with hubby Gabriel,
Bernice Hurwich asked the
gardener at Kensington Gar-
dens, "How do you ever get
lawns as perfect as that?" ...
His reply was, "Well, ma-
dam, the first thing you have
to do is begin over 600 years
ago."
HERE'S A NEW parlor
game when guests come over
. . . It calls for place names
particularly suited 'to the
states in which they are lo-
cated , . . Examples—. .
Shapeless, Mass., Oola, La.,
Goodness, Me., Income, Tex.,
Deathly, III., Hittor, Miss.,
Praise, Ala., Coco, Colo.,
Proan, Conn., Farmerina,
Del., Inert, Mass., Hezmakin-
izetme, Pa. . . . The list goes
on indefinitely.

Telegraph and 10 Mile Roads in Southfield.

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aitery

Restaurant and Banquet Room

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• Breakfast • Lunch • Diviner

Monday thru Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.
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