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January 23, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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26 January 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Deliciously Prepared for the

LISTENING

*

DtscernIng Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455,
s

POST

SID HUDSON, the gent
who left Detroit 30 years
ago as Sid Hodash to live in
Las Vegas, has, in that time,
become a living legend . . .
Helping other people is a
habit with him . . . and
"Mr. Las Vegas"is a rightful
title for Sid . . •. When he
first came to Vegas, it had
only a few hotels and
"Bugsy" Siegel had opened
the first extravaganza one,
the Flamingo, where Sid
has lived all these years . . .
He's the kind of guy every-
body loves because of his
naturalness . . . the best
type of human being there
is . . . saying what he
thinks . . . and loving every
minute of life . . . When-
ever Sid comes to Detroit, he
oozes with enthusiasm that
effervesces everyone in his
company . . . H's the kind
of guy you want to know
. . . and enjoy knowing.
Because of his natural hu-
manity and wonderful out-
look on life, Sid doesn't
throw names around . . .
He has met and is inti-
mately friendly with most
of the great names in show
business . . . He could re-
gale an audience with sto-
ries about these people that
would take a year to tell
. . . When Sid does some-
thing for somebody, few
people know about it, but
his heart pumps with happi-
ness . . . The living legend
called Sid Hudson is a great
one . . . and Detroit can
well be proud to call him one
of its favorite ex-native
sons.
Detroiters will this Feb-
ruary hear one of the
world's finest violinists Syl-
via Marovici, a Romanian
Jew who because of Sid's in-
itial efforts, was able to
emigrate to Israel with her
husband Dr. Alda Turai
. . . Original story about
their plight appeared in the
Los Angeles Times . . . Sid
read it and set the wheels in
motion for their emigra-
tion from Romania to Israel
. . . He got in touch with
Hank Greespun, owner of
the Las Vegas Sun, who
wrote to Senator Henry
"Scoop" Jackson . . . he
eventually arranged for
their permission to live in
Israel.
They gave Sid a slim one
out of three chances to live a
few years ago . . . but he
battled back from a serious
illness and looks wonderful
. . . It was as if Sid were
saying, "Me leave? Hell no!
I've got too much work to do
yet!"
NAME CHANGE FOR
Detroit Businessnen's
Group, City of Hope, is back
in the works . . . and may
appear this year . . . Also,
the possibility is being re-
searched to bring women
into the group . . . May 8 at
Town and Country Club has
been selected as the date for
installajon-dinner dance
. . . for new administration

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*

headed by Max Sosin, presi-
dent.
BARRY MARC FELD-
MAN, son of Betty and
Maynard Feldman, was in
the first graduating class
of Thomas Cooley Law
School in Lansing . . . and
made chancellor of its moot
court (mock trials) . . . He
and Mark Redding of Ann
Arbor wrote the moot court
proposals.
IT'S LEGAL FOR Nor-
man Allan to give out those
dollar bills with his picture
covering that of George
Washington . . . No defac-
ing of the paper currency
. . . and if Norman gives
you one, you'll never be
broke . . . Just peel his pic-
ture off and spend the sin-
gle.
ON THE DAY WE were
leaving Cocoa Beach, Fla., it
was so cold that a gent came
up and asked if we wanted
to sell our coat. (Probably
should have, but the doctor
bill would have been more
than the price of another
coat.)
DATE OF THE annual
Master's Ball by Mosaic
Lodge 530, is Jan. 31, at
Kingsley Inn on Woodward
and Long Lake Rd. . . .
Worshipful master this year
is Henry Lederman . . .
Chairman of the ball is
Percy Swartz, 354-4085.
WHERE THEY ARE .. .
The Cohen sisters, Carole,
Jeanne and Rena . . . Car-
ole and Jerry Katz have
lived in California for the
past 29 years and recently
celebrated their 30th anni-
versary . . . He and broth-
er-in-law Jack Herman, also
a former Detroiter, operate
an antique clock shop in
North Hollywood . . .
Jeanne and hubby Bill Pe-
ters own and operate two
restaurants, Crown House
in Laguna Niguel, and Ivy
House in Laguna Beach,
Calif. . . . Rena and Morris
Eisenberg have been living
in Tucson, Arizona a little
more than three years.
THE FATHER OF ONE
of jeweler Doug Schubot's
friends passed away and he
phoned the house to see if
the family was sitting
"shiva" at the mother's or
the son's house . . . Doug
asked the person who an-
swered the phone, "Can you
please tell me where they
are sitting" . . . and the
voice replied, "In the living
room."

Cellist to Be OP
Resident Artist

The Oak Park Symphony
Society will host Tsyoshi
Tsutsumi, cellist, as its art-
ist in residence in February.
Tsutsumi will appear in
concert 3 p.m. Feb. 8 at Oak
'Park High School. Dr. Mor-
ris Hochberg will conduct.
Tickets will be available at
the door, at the Oak Park
Community Center and li-
brary, Hudson's and Harri-
son's Violins.

ADAM'S
RIB

FOR PARTIES

DINE & DANCE''
EVERY NIGHT 9t,

James Cohen
41
:
kr
Mon. & Tues.
;61/ (- Paulo & Allen Street
Wed.-Sat.

:

*
*

1 (6 Blks. W. of Southfield)

538-4850

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

45199 CASS • UTICA
73 1 -4440
"In The Big Red House"

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

1821 1 JOHN R

COMO'S

Restaurant & Pizzeria

* EXCELLENT *
ITALIAN - AMERICAN
CUISINE

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

Sun. Ill 2:00 a.m.

22812 WOODWARD

Ferndale

LI 8-5005

4fire.P .
)41.1

Two Ways to 111.4; 1
The Good Life

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

Attenda nt Parking

.

AT

24752 SOUTHFIELD AND 10 MILE RD.

Tues. & AhNnik
Thurs.
Fri. & Sat.
11 am-
41563
11 am-
10 pm
WEST TEN
Midnight
Sunday
MILE
Closed
Noon-
NOVI
Monday
10 pm
349-9260

557-2360

Ales

IVE.S0

869-3988

PAT'S PICKLE
PATCH
IS NOW HERE!

BUFFET

S5.50

3354 W. 12 Mile 543-2218

N. of 6 Mile)
17630 WOODWARD (4 For Blks.
Reservations

TUES. AND THURS. 5-9 PM

869-5674

CHILDREN UNDER 12

30( PER YEAR OF AGE

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

New York Style Chinese

ALL YOU CAN EAT

Indian, Bengali &
American Dishes
Open Monday thru Saturday
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.-4:30 to 12 Mid.
Sundays & Holidays-2:30 to 12 Mid.

ADULTS $4.75

GIVlandrin
Cantonese
Szechuen

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

TAJ MAHAL

11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

4r •
.40.

We specialize in
three styles of
Chinese cooking!

• ITALIAN DISHES

BRUNCH & DINNER BUFFET

..
--,

*- 4 IA HOUR GLASS t
1.
*
18800 W. McNICHOLS *•
*

544-1240

—BEER & WINE-

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

Itir , ■ . ANGEL'S*

***-konirtit******



TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

sos

.1. STILL SERVING OUR FAMOUS
SOUPS & CHIU

L OWNED IL MANAGED BY PAT NOLAN

EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT

tsiGLED
AR-SPA
ST

5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

STEW%
SP1ISS
$35

FISH FRY

ALL YOU CAN EAT!

ADULTS

CHILDREN 10 & UNDER $259

$ 1 "

GENUINE SA 39
OUFI
f1113-EYE
STEAK
FOR ONLY
51.39

EVERY SATURDAY

2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

TOAST
TONE TOSSED
WITH HEARTHS
POTATO •
• BAKED DRESSING
SALAD &

CHICKEN FRY

ALL YOU CAN EAT!

_ADULTS

onEEr

(BURGERS
(CHICKEN (WISH

CHILDERN 10 & UNDER

WRY

25025 Telegraph Rd.
at 10 Mile Rd.. Southfield

$359

$ 1 95

1050 Ann Arbor Rd.

Thru Thws.

Regular Hours: 11.6'1°
p.m.
Fn. & Sat.,
11 to 11 p.m.

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

110311113113EICIElla

Southfield
559-8717

JUST NORTH OF 12 MILE RD.
In The Farrell's Shopping Center

ITALIAN-AMERICAN
FAMILY DINING

titejltrium

Dancing Nightly

Or Bobbies... steps away
for cocktails,
entertainment
and informal
dining.
Matt Michaels
Trio with
Ursula Walker,
Wednesday-Saturday.

:30100 TELEGRAPH ROAD
(North of 12 Mile)
642-3700

ALL YOU CAN EAT EVERY DAY!

I SPAGHETTI I

ALL OUR GREAT GOURMET SAUCES
PLUS CRISP COLD SALAD & HOT GARLIC BREAD

MAMA'S NIGHTLY
FEATURES $199

$

per pers.
2 49

($1.69 FOR CHILDREN 10 & UNDER)

SEE MAMA FOR GREAT

JUST
MON. . . .PIZZA
SQUARE PIZZA OR HER
TUES. . . .CHICKEN
WED.. . . VEAL PARMIGIANA
FAMOUS ITALIAN SALAD
THURS. . .FISH & CHIPS
AND IT INCLUDES CRISP COLD SALAD, SPAGHETTI OR STEAK FRIES & HOT GARLIC BREAD

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