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December 19, 1975 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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December 19, 1975 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Restaurant & Pizzeria

LISTENING
POST

HAPPY 90TH BIRTH-
DAY congrats . . . to Sara
Horenstein . . . former De-
troiter living in Sacramento,
. . . Sara walks about 10
blocks twice a week to do
her shopping, continues to
work on rummage sales by
the City of Hope and still
kallifolks loud enough to blister
1,111re telephone wires . . . She
calls son Max here often,
and recently told of her sen-
ior citizens group going to
Reno . . . Sara got up on the
bus and collected money
from everyone for the driv-
er's tip . . . When they got
to Rena, a representative of
Harrah's Club gave every-
one money for the slot ma-
chine and a token . . . Sara
has never changed, always
remembering the lean years
of yesterdays . . . As she
told Max over the phone, "I
took the money home and
had enough to go shopping
with." . . . Asked what she
did with the token, Sara
replied, "What else? I went
into the bar and had a drink
. . ." Another son, Sam, has
a deli in Sacramento (Hy is
here, Lou in San Diego and
Charlie is deceased) . . .
Sara can't read or write,
lives alone and likes it . . .
She always was quite a
woman . . . and still is.
DR. BRUCE DANTO'
buys products made in Is-
rael only . . . for his busi-
ness gifts at Christmas . . .
Birthday congrats to Clau-
dia Granson . . . Bernard
Mond is the newly elected
chancellor commander of
Detroit Lodge 55, Knights
of Pythias . . . Congrats to
N. P. Rossen on his 80th
birthday.
19 YEARS AGO, Myra
Richardson had just started
as a court clerk for Judge
Burton Shifman in Oak.
Park .-. . It had been trans-
formed from a justice of the
peace to a municipal court
. . . About 80 people were
present at Town & Country
recently as Myra was given
a retirement party from
District Court 45 B . . . She
is the first court adminis-
trator to be retired in the
11-year existence of the
Michigan Association for
Court Administration . .
Raising her glass at the
party, Myra proposed 'the
toast, "Here's to better jus-
tice," and former county
osecutor Tom Plunkett
marked, "And here's to
your contribution to it."
. . . Myra didn't receive a
pretty watch or something
to hang on her mantle . . .
although Rep. Joe Forbes
sent a state resolution and
the City of Oak Park gave
her a key and paper weight
. . . She was given what
she's wanted for a long
time, a tape recorder with
oodles of cassettes with
which to record her mem-
oirs.
CONGRATS TO . . . Lil
and Sid Silverman on be-
coming grandparents for
the first time . . . Daughter
korrormosimirity, Amer

LARCO'S

COMO'S

Danny Raskin'g

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

* EXCELLENT *
ITALIAN - AMERICAN
CUISINE

. Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Serving Beer & Wine
Now Open
Fri.-Sat. till 4:00 a.m.

Marcy and son-in-law Jerry
Lederer.gave them a grand-
daughter (Rachel Cari) to
mush over.

WEST COASTERS with
news about ex-Detroiters
can now contact the col-
umn's representatives out
there . . . Max and Frances
Winston, 9051 Cattaraugus,
Los Angeles 90034.

- WHEN BARRY KLEIN
was presented with his top
hat as the new worshipful
master of Perfection Lodge,
his 4 1/2-year-old son Jason
asked mother Lynn, "Is a
rabbit going to come out of
it?" . . . Ceremonies were
recent installation in lodge
room at Masonic Temple
with all the new offi-
cers pushing protocol aside
and wearing red, white and
blue bow ties . . . But they
weren't the only eyebrow
lifters . . . P. M. Bob Leach
wore a red tux shirt, P. M.
Max Schwartz had on a mul-
ti-colored tux shirt and P.
M. Manny Helfman sported
a maroon dinner jacket . . .
all three were installing of-
ficers . . . Barry's parents
George and Helen Klein
couldn't have been any
prouder . . . Judge Ira
Kaufman shunned the cold-
cut afterglow to eat oranges
with Tillie Brandwine (Moe)
. . . Installation was packed
. . . Thanks to.Ruby Sam-
son
. for the chairs . . . Fran-
kie Paul Sr. and orchestra
did the downstairs dancea-
ble entertaining and a good
time was had by all in cele-
bration of Barry Klein and
his new line of officers, ap-
pointives and stewards.

NEW GROUP HAS
BEEN formed by City of
Hope . . . Ilyse Simon Gon-
tovnik Living Memorial
Cancer Fighters of Detroit
. . . To offset any brow
wrinkling, it must 'be ex-
plained that the new guild is
a branch of the very fine
City of Hope Cancer Fight-
ers . . . and composed of
young women around the
ages of 20-25 . . . First fund
raiser is Saturday, a hay or
sleigh ride (depending on
the weather) at Green Acres
Recreation on 26 Mile . . .
More info about the group,
call 835-6376 or 357-5216.

CONVERSATION
DEPT . . . Mrs. M. Raskin
to Scott Raskin, "What size
shoes do you wear now?"
. . . "Size 12" . . . "My God!
Don't let them grow any
bigger!"
MAX SOSIN IS the new
president of Detroit Busi-
nessmen's Group, City of
Hope . . . taking over for
Norman Allan who served
two terms . . . This is a big-
gie for the group since_Max
has turned down more offi-
cial offers by organizations
than he had hair on his head
at age 15 . . . Now it's up to
the members to utilize this
great breakthrough!

ELIOT 'S
DELI

Sun. Tli 2:00 a.m.

22812 WOODWARD

Ferndale "

LI 8-5005

1/2 BIk. N. of 13 Mile Rd.

*

James Cohen
'0(
Mon. & Tues.
t (
rPaula & Allen Street A
Wed.-Sat.

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851-5444

TRAY
CATERING
$325

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18800 W. McNICHOLS

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(6 Blks. 4V. of Southfield)

538-4850
*****-04********

* PARTY
CATERING

OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY AT 77 o.m.

• GRACIOUS SURROUNDINGS • FINEST
SERVICE
• GENEROUS COCKTAILS MIXED TO PER-
FECTION!

IMPORTED
. AND
DOMESTIC

BEERS & WINES

FOR RESV. — 483-8200 — 433-8201

American & Continental Dining 7 Days Per Week r;

6 MEATS, POT. SALAD,
COLE SLAW, 3 TYPES OF
PICKLES, BLACK & GREEN
OLIVES, BREAD, MUSTARD,
ETC.
We Use Vienna-Wilno
Procuts

;HOUR GLASS 4`



* SEAFOOD

per person

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DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

SERVING DINNERS TILL 10 p.m.
INCLUDING OUR FAMOUS
PRIME RIB ... only $6.95

29556 Orchard Lake Rd._

. iir*************
Joi-
DINE & DANCE*
/4. (---'
EVERY NIGHT

*

YES! WE WILL BE OPEN
ON NEW YEAR'S EVE!

Breakfast, Lunch

Dinner Also Served

OUR SOUPS ARE
ALL HOME MADE
ELIOT FULLER, Owner

We specialize in
three styles of
Chinese. cooking!

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TUESDAY TOTE
111.11"A"— ANGLED
STAR-SP

GMandrin
CaniOnese
Szechuen

TUES. AND THURS. 5-9 PM
New York Style Chinese

BUFFET

ALL YOU CAN EAT

$5.50

TTuheusr.s& AVNnyv

11 am-
10 pm
Sunday
Noon-
10 pm

Fri. & Sat.
41563
WEST TEN 11 am-
Midnight
MILE
Closed
NOVI
349-9260 Monday -

S1S
SPRIS
43S

GENUINE $1.7 9

OUR

BIS-EIE STEAK

ONLY $1.39

NeWYear's Eve Reservations
Being Taken
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TOAST
WITH HEARTHSTONE TOSSED
POTATO •

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BAKED& DRESSING
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Two Ways to Il 'k1 l
The Good Life

The Atrium . . .
continental dining— Li
complete dinners
including the Chef's
special fondue.
Fine cuisine at less
.\
than extravagant
e
prices. Open every
evening except
Sunday.
1
Monday-Friday
'WS i
for lunch.
AO .0

25025 Telegraph Rd.

at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

Stouffer's has played It to guests like you
for fifty years now. S4 when we throw a
party, .w.e really know hciw to make it perfect.
And that makes thingsa lot easier for you.
And, a lot more fun. Whether you're having a
breakfast meeting or birthday. For a
group of 20 pr a gang of 300, We'll give you
the best in service, f '
and facilities.
So be a guest at your ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nanc Day, at 356-0652.

Jou erase

1050 Ann Arbor Rd.

(at Harvey St.) 2 Blks.
E. of Sheldon Rd., Plymouth

NORTHLAND 9ESTAURANT
21100 Northwestern Highway
356-0452

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Now Open Sundays 4-10 pm

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Seafood & Italian Villa

"Through Our Doors Walk the Most Important People in the World
to us; our customers."

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4. .

Or Bobbies— steps away

for cocktails,
entertainment
and infbrinal
dining.
Matt Michaels
Trio with
Ursula Walker,
Wednesday-Saturday.

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Our seafoods are flown fresh from Boston daily,
our Italian dishes are superb our salad fresh and
crispy... and all entrees include Caesar salad
or the Brunettis salad with toppings and
accompaniments... also crusty fresh
breads with rich creamery butter.

Entertainment 5 nights with
from 10 pm till 2 am

dancing

Now appearing ...

the Don Farrah Trio

Open Tuesday—Saturday 5 pm-2 am
Sundays 4 pm-10 pm

28875 Franklin Road

30100 TELEGRAPH ROAD
( North of 12 Nlile)
642-3700

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Southfield
For reservations call 355- 2010

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