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April 16, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

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26 April 16, 1976

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Because I am a Jew, rwas
Spinoza, truth-revealer of
the modern world.

ADAM'S
RIB

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Dehoovsly Prepared for the
Discerntng Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

. Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

,

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

FOR PARTIES

A

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

ANDREAS

544-1240

At 12 Mile, Just

851-4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Off U.S. 696

RESTAURANT

VINCENZO'S

WHEN MARGO AND PLEASANT MEDAL Of
CLAUSEN BLDG.
16000 W. 9 MILE
MORRY Cohen give a party The Week goes to . . . Sally
Italian-American Cuisine
Southfield
. . . THEY GIVE A Shan, checkout gal at
PARTY! . . . Whether it is Chatham Market in Lincoln
R
Across From Providence Hospital
18211
JOHN
in their downstairs night Center . . . People who
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD
club at home or the recent know Sally wheel their carts
BREAKFAST
• LUNCH
869-5674

'Bar Mitzva for son Jeff at her way regardless of the
PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
Raleigh House . . . almost long lines because she
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners
Complete Carry-Out
taking over the entire place knows how to put a tired
COUNTRY
INN
424-9020
. . . there's no holds barred shopper at ease . . . Here's
After Theater
• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN
with all stops pulled out for hoping Sally gets the vaca-
Menu
• ITALIAN DISHES
ALL HOME-MADE SOUPS
a wing-ding of a time. tion she wants . . . on a
SPECIAL STYLINGS OF
AND FOOD
—BEER & WINE-
CHARLES
It'll be something Jeff will ranch.
HOME-MADE PASTRIES
451Q9 CASS • UTICA
GARY PRIMO
BOLES
ASKED HOW HE liked
731-4440
long remember as his many
'in The Big Red House"
At The Piano Bar
young lad 'n lassie pals, rel- his new baby sister, little
GREAT GREEK SALAD
DUO
FOR COCKTAIL HOUR
atives and family friends Howard Gross, now living in
MON. THRU SAT. 9 P.M.-2 A.M.
MON. THRU FRI.
4 P.M. TO 7 P.M.
enjoyed a complete evening Tucson, Ariz. with mom and
BANQUET ROOMS
of everything. dad, Aaron and Ruth Gross,
AVAILABLE
It was the first time since replied, "It's mice, but I wish
$2.75 per pers.
Raleigh House opened that it was a boy, 'cause then I
we didn't have mushroom could play marbles, baseball
ED'S MINI DELI
barley soup . . . bowls were and other games with her"
543-6073
used for Caeser salad in- . . . His little question-ask-
stead . . . The entire affair ing friend said, "Well, then
was very well planned . . . why don't you exchange her
THE
and elegantly produced. for a brother?' . . . "Can't,"
Naturally Grampa was Howard's answer. "It's
Sammy Woolf emcee'd the too late now. We've used her
candle light ceremony and four days."
NAME IS BEING
sang to grandson Jeff . . .
SHOW
All color tuxedos — red, sought along the 1776 motif
TV, RADIO & RECORDING STAR
gray, blue, black, brown, . . . for Bicentennial baby
THURS., FRI. & SAT.'
gold, etc. and Dr. Elroy due in July to Ava and Ron-
`T 40
Woolf doing his own thing aid Wagner . . . Dr. James
— no tie . . . The cousins lit Labes at Sinai Hospital will
119cn
HOUR GLASS
candles and sang "Happy have history in the making
18800
W.
MCNICHOLS
Birthday" followed by "Sing if it's born; as hoped for, on
6 folks. W. of Southfield
Did you know that the finest restaurant
A Song", accompanied by July 4.
a
ANYBODY
KNOW
OF
• 538-4850
Roy and Jackie's very tal-
in -the city is only 15 minutes
ented young son Randy . . . good French interpreter?
Lou and Tillie Jacobson, . . Looks like one will be
SOMERSET
from where you're hungry.
"The Dancing Couple", cele- needed. at June 26 wedding
DINNER THEATRE
brated their 50th anniver- of Dennis Ross, son of veter-
Neil-Simon's
sary by hardly sitting down inarian Dr. Burton and Roz
"LAST OF THE
We have Champignons Imperial, Duck Au Grand Marnier, Sweet
. . . The two happy folks Ross to Nathalie Lajarige
RED HOT LOVERS"
Breads Madeira, Stuffed Rainbow Trout, as well as entrees of the
moved six months ago to . . . The two met in London,
Starring Pierre Turgeon
_
hearty American fare, generous and juicy steaks. Together with a
Sherman Oaks, Calif. . . . England, where Nathalie
Directed by
Jeff almost walked away worked and Dennis at-
Edgar A. Guest III
unique assortment of fine wines, complimented by our carefully
with every dance prize . . . tended Polytechnic of Cen-
every Friday and Saturday
blended
mushroom appetizers — it's a meal to entice any and all
he's quite the young gent tral London as an exchange
evening—Dinner fr-om 7:30
. . . and only 15 minutes from where you're hungry.
p.m.—Show 8:45
with smooth rhythm, espe- architectural student . . .
cially on rock beat . . . Recent letter from her to
Reservations-643-8865
10 Mile at Southfield Road — 559-4230
Twist was won by Bunny Roz intimates that about 75
Somerset
Mall
Nickamin (Dr. Allan) and people will be coming to
Big Beaver Road at Coolidge, Troy
their two sons, Aaron and Town and Country Club for
David . . . 12:30 was time the wedding . . . none of
for family stuff, including whom speak English.
Stan Woolf at the piano - ON A STRICT DIET,
with his jazz artistry . . . Jack Beckwith ordered cot-
No, Morry didn't play his tage cheese at recent De-
"BIG WHEEL
trumpet . . . but he and troit Businessmen's Group,
SANDWICH"
Margo sure pulled off a City of Hope, executive
beautiful tune of good time board meeting . . . but had
DAILY SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK!
to order more . . . Morris
for son Jeff.
THANKS . . . to the Cole put some in his own
kiieVal(4)
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"backstage" crew who dish and began passing it
DINING ROOM OR CARRY-OUT
helped us do our auctioneer- around . . , Ronald Licht
ing bit on Channel 56 . . . had iced tea but it was noth-
WE USE ONLY TOP QUALITY MEATS!
Esther Cohen, Ava Wagner, ing unusual . . . he orders it
te°P**44
itt
Tiny Van Dam, Ken Rusch all year long, even in zero
BIRMINGHAM
and Ronald Smolinski . . . and below weather . . . Ray
188 N. HUNTER (WOODWARD) CORNER OF 15-Mile
These hard-working volun- Shapero, president and
SPECIAL!'
FAMILY DAY SUN., MON & TUES.
teers were among a stalwart chairman of the board of
• •
Hamburger, French Fries
gang of guys 'n gals who do Cunningham Drug Stores,
Coke $1.35 Value
1 CHILD'S
a fine job each year . . . will be this year's honoree in
Free with 2 Adult Dinners or
2 Sandwiches _
helping to earn money to- a city-wide event that has
HAMBURGER PLATE
ward keeping the area's heretofore been the commu-
1----
only public non-profit TV nity's highlight event of the
FREE CHOPPED LIVER
station on the air. year.
MICHIGAN'S
WITH OUR BUFFET TRAYS
IRVING RIKE WAS HOPE EVERYONE IS
BUFFET TRAY
LARGEST
PACKAGE
stuck in an elevator with ENJOYING A HAPPY
LIQUOR
OUR FAMOUS REGULAR
two other people for 10 min- AND HEALTHY PAS-
OUR FAMOUS DELUXE
& WINE
utes. A woman, bracing her- SOVER.
SELECTION
3 Meats (cold
5 Meats (cold
self against the back, cried
cuts), 2 Salads,
cuts), 5 Salads,
Swiss Cheese,
out, "I knew this would hap-
Swiss
$315
Responsibility
Olives 8. Pickles,
per
d Chicken
Fried
pen!" "I knew this would
Bread &
person
TRY OUR
Olives & Pickles,
COMPLETE
Mustard
happen!" . . . and a fellow True freedom means that
Bread & Mustard
FAMOUS
frighteningly said, "What each individual accepts his
HOT MEALS
WE USE ONLY p TO P QUALITY MEATS!
should we do?" "What own responsibility to act on
CATERED TO
BOX
YOUR HOME
RESTAURANT HOURS: SUN.-THURS. 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
should we do?" . . . Irving such a level as will contrib-
OR OFFICE
LUNCHES
FRI. & SAT. 9 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
just looked and said, "I don't ute to the well-being of the
CARRY-OUT HOURS:
know about you, but I'm whole.
—Harry H. Epstein
going to holler for help!"

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