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April 25, 1975 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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VINCENZO'S

Danny Raskin's

Italirm-American Cuisine

LISTENIN

Bet 6 8 7 Mile Rds

869-5674

MAX, HAL GORDON

and Cantor Hyman Adler-
recently enjoyed one of the
most rewarding of all their
many talent contributions
to the Jewish aged . .. Was
at the Meyer Prentis Bldg.
when they went into a fast -
song . An elderly lady,
ambling along very slowly
with a walker and nurse
alongside, suddenly smiled
and to the amazement of all,
happily broke into a little
dance.
WHEN YOU make .two
people happy, one of them is
apt to be you . . . Behind ev-
ery argument is someone's
ignorance of the facts . .
SIGN SCENE, on bulletin
board of a church, `_`Does
God Seem Far Away? Who
Do You Think Moved?"

EDDIE ROSENBERG

told Morrie Bobroff about
the fellow shooting golf who
fell into a puddle of water .
above his head . . . The
guy's hand suddenly came
out and one caddy said to
another, "He wants his five
iron."

LOOKING BACK .. .

on Listening Post columns
of yesteryears . . .

NOV. 8, 1969 . .

▪ "Louise Zagerman tells
about her 4-year-old grand-
daughter, Debbie Bernath,
who kept biting her nails as
the baby sitter said,.
`Debbie, children who bite
their nails show-a sign of in- -
security. Are you inse-
cure?'. . . 'No,' replied little
Debbie. Tme not insecure.
I'm Jewish.' "
OVERHEARD at a local
Jar . . . "If I had enough
money to marry her I'd bet
every cent of it on my favor-
ite horse."

comEpiAN arld_

bouts, Paul Lennon, will
highlight the Inter-Lodge
Club. Dinner-Dance cele-
brating its fourth anniver-
sary, May 4, at Raleigh
House . . . Dick* Stein's
band will play for the five
Masonic member lodges.
CAN'S 4 RECALL ever
seeing it done before .
Randy Sosin, son of Harlene
and Harvey Sosin, doing his
own complete candle light-
ing ceremony . . . with in-
troductiong in clever poetic
fo'rm . . . Was at Randy's
beautiful Bar Mitzva recep-
tion last week.
WHILE WAITING ar-
ound the Tampa airport en
route home from Cocoa
Beach, Fla., we met an
$4-year-old man who was
starting life over by writing
his memoirs as a milkman
. . . A former Detroiter, he
now lives in Rogers City,
Mich., and spends winters
at Tampa . . . Our conver-
sation turned up small
world fact That he was the
milkman years ago around
12th and Philadelphia . . .
during the days that so
many remember.
STAYED AT THE At-
lantis Beach Lodge in Cocoa
Beach, a stone's throw from
the-ocean . . . Would be
quite a long swim directly
across the Atlantic to Af-
rica, but was a nice walk
along the beach to Sammy
and Ann Woolf's oceanside
apartment. •
THE ATLANTIS is a
fine placeto stay when you
go to Cocoa Beach . . .
Everyone is most congenial, •
rooms are beautiful, very
reasonable (we paid only
$9.90 for a single with two
double beds ) . . . It's great
for families, with two swim-
ming pools, basketball court
and children's play area.
FENIA KANDEL of
Benny's (Sabra) Delicates
sen in Oak Park, leaves for ,
Russia, May 2, to visit a
brother in Odessa she hasn't
seen in 29 years .. .- She'll
only be allowed to stay in
Odessa 13 days .. . Accord-
ing to Russian law, Fenia
cannot stay with her
brother . . . or any other
relative for that matter . . .
she must stay in a hotel.

SIRLOIN STEAK, $4.95
PRIME RIB, $4.65
-
RED SNAPPER, $4.50 ..hr .
• • SURF & TURF, $6.75

Friday, April 25, 1975 21

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Etc. Etc. Etc.
ittertainment Nightly

k

27822 ORCHARD LAKE-RD.,

r , •

LARCO'S

tools with which Harry
Gurewitch made the first
copper brew kettles- for
Stroh Brewery, 40 years
ago, are now the property of
grandson Jerry Gurwin . .
collector's items were
down to him by
Harry's son, Sam "Sue"
Gurwin, Jerry's uncle.
MAX SOSIN called
Mary and Jack Freedland
. . . They have a recording
machine to take messages
. . . which Max hates talk-
ing into . . . When the beep
came for him to say some-
thing; Max- said, "Yo-u're a
very smart machine. And
since you're so smart, figure
out who this is:"
-

ANOTHER YEAR

11

At 12 Mile, Just Off U.S. 696

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

THE HAND-MADE pressionist from herea-

speeds past . and time
for the fourth annual
"Evening at the Races" by
Alpha Zeta Omega Pharma-
ceutical Fraternity . . .
May 6 at 7 p.m. . . . Site is
again Hazel Park Raceway
on E. 10 Mile . . . with
money raised to be used for
pharmacy scholarships . . .
Lou Linden of Hammer-
stein Drugs in Oak Park, is
frat directorum and . Gary
Helper of Cham-Pel . Drugs
in Taylor, is sub directorum
. . . Contact Gary for more
info at 291-9040.

7,"

18211 JOHN R

POST

_

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DINNER.PRICES
D RASTICALLY REDUCED:

851-4094

111iliWIRIASS
SOlg graialeitarr
. of Ssetthidt ` •

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

4:4;5

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

,

Open Mon. thru Sat. 1 1:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

I

5 0_5::#=:_

OPEN MOTHER'S DAY 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

SpecctlizEng in
Ill'ALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

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

THE HOME OF BABY SPARE

After Theater
Menu

RIBS SINCE 1941

COCKTAIL HOUR

4 to 7 p.m.

DANNY
STEVENSON

ODA W. HURON

PONTIAC. MICHIGAN

1 BLOCK W, OF TELEGRAPH 3 Blocks. S. of. Pontiac Mall

JOHN HUMPHRIES

at the piano bar

DANCING MON.-SAT. FROM 10 p.m.

"ONCE OVER
LIGHTLY"

TUES. THRU SAT. 9 p.m.-2 a.m.

681-2161

°BEET
°BURGERS
OMER. arum TRY

*
Buy any dinner at Steak & 4 this
week, and we'll give you a
"Bonus Chip"...

Next week, buy any dinner (except
Tuesday night) and redeem your
"Bonus Chip" for a FREE
beverage...

Plus, receive another "Bonus Chip"
good for FREE beverage,
next week...

'LOCAL BOOKSELLER

called his . clerks into a hud-
dle one morning and-cau-
tioned them, "I've ordered
300 copies of What'an Ex-
pectant Mother Should
Know' and I'm counting on
you boys,to create a demand
for them.' "

FAVORITE STORIES

. . . by Rabbi M.'* Robert-

Syme of Temple Israel : . .
about the first time 4-year-
old Mary was taken to a
church by her parents . .
She was absolutely fasci-
nated by the earnest young
minister, high in his pulpit,
who was given to involved
rhetoric and wild waving of
his arms . . . Finally Mary
whispered to her mother,
"What will we do if he ever

,...gets_Qutr

25025 Telegraph Rd. at 10 Mile Rd.
1050 Ann Arbor Rd. — (at Harvey St.) 2 Blocks Ear

of Sheldon Rd.

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