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December 24, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-24

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Friday, December 24, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

Delfoously Prepared for
Discermng Taste

LISTENING

the

• BANQUET FACILITIES

POST

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

OPEN DAILY 11:30-10 p.m.

(Monday Only For Dinner)

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN



• ITALIAN DISHES

Individuals like Barry
Kalakore, who gathered
almost $1,000 in contribu-
tions at a Michigan Ap-
parel Club show and good
friend Ron Wolff came
through to help . . . but
where was everybody
else?

It's already cost father
Aaron Kahn' more money
than he can borrow . .
Mother June and wife
Julie break down and cry
when they look at what
has happened to their
strong, healthy young
man . . . But the family
sticks together like glue
. . . They know that God
will lift their hopes . . . It
just hurts knowing so
many of their own people
have let them down.

Another friend of
Randy, an Italian, Lenny
Valentine, is holding a
- Randy Kahn Benefit
Dinner-Dance 7 p.m. Jan.
28 at Club Venetian on
John R., north of 12 Mile
Rd. . . . Call 541-3022 for
tickets.

The Randy Kahn fam-
ily didn't have much of a
happy new year last•year
. . . This one could bring.
them smiles of joy . . . so
many of them . . . if they
know their people are
helping to make Randy
well again . . . Let's not
let them down!

"OUTSIDER" IN the

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

Ada and Jerry Efros
turns out to be son Ar-
thur, a senior at Wayne
State University Medical
School . . . However, he
follows the family tradi-
tion of graduation from
Wayne . . Dad, Jerry,
whose popularity blooms
from his 10 Mile and
Greenfield store, is past
president of Wayne's
Pharmacy Alumni, and
now serves on its board
. . . Son, Howard, 28, also
a Wayne grad, works with
him as a pharmacist .. .
23-year-old David, also a
registered pharmacist, is
a partner with dad at
their Orchard Mall store
and 20-year-old Barry is a
pre-pharmacy student at
Wayne . . . Four out of
four in a family isn't bad-
for Wayne State Univer-
sity . . . even though Ar-
thur Efros does prefer to
write prescriptions in-
stead of filling them.

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE

HERMAN OSNOS is the
new chancellor comman-
der of Detroit Lodge No.
55, Knights of Pythias.

OPEN XMAS DAY
11 a.m.-11 p.m.

DR. DAN AND BEA
Burman have a daughter
living in Israel named
after their two first
names . . . Danby is mar-
ried to Marvin Ring, as-
sistant to the director of
Keren Hayesod (interna-
tional arm of the Jewish
National Fund) in
Jerusalem . . . Another
daughter, Dorit (Dorothy
in English) is a graduate
of the United Nations In-
ternational School and
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem . . . In Israel
she is Mrs. Amizur
Krause.
Dan's father's first
cousin was Chaim Weiz-
mann, first president of
Israel . . . His mother's
first cousin was Moshe .
Sharett, second prime
minister of Israel . . .
Both Bea and Don have a
home in Bet Hakerem, a
suburb of Jerusalem, to
which they commute
from Southfield four or
five times a year.

FRIENDS OF Jeanette
and Morry Epstein have
an exceptionally gifted
child doing poorly in the
fourth grade . . . His
teacher, convinced that
the problem was his de-
sire to be one of the boys,
asked the school
psychologist to interview
him . . . At one point the
psychologist asked, "Who
wrote Hamlet?" . . .
Tired of all the question-
ing, the boy replied, "How
should I know? Kids my
age don't read Shakes-
peare!"

ARE
VACATIONS
great levelers . . . The
person who takes one re-
turns home just as broke
as .he person who stayed
home because 1;e couldn't
aford to go.

HUNGARIAN
FOOD

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

—BEER & WINE-

IT WAS LIKE any other
innocent day of New
Year's Eve . . . 25-year-
old Randy Kahn, son of
June and Aaron Kahn,
was using the same hair
dryer he had so many
times before used after a
shower.
But this didn't turn out
to be any other day before
what was to be a festive
evening with his bride of
only six months, the
former Julie Soffin . . .
Randy's hair dryer sud-
denly wreaked electrocu-
tion havoc with him.
This handsome young
man with a whole world of
happiness in front of him
was suddenly thrown into
cardiac arrest, which
caused severe brain dam-
age from lack of oxygen
. . . He came out of a deep
coma and has weathered
15 infections, thanks to
being, a healthy young
man . . . The assistance
of his 'angel of mercy"
sister, Iris Kahn, a cer-
tified inhalation
therapist, has been be-
yond measure.
So many groups, mostly
Jewish, were quick to say,
"too bad", but that was all
. . . organizations that
Randy and his parents be-
longed to included . . .
Perhaps they didn't
realize the severity of the
situation . . . Jewish
communal organizations
couldn't possibly not help
in a most dire calamity like
this ... or could they?

AUTHENTIC HOME-MADE

HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT

3966 W. 12 MILE
3 BM. E. OF GREENFIELD

Res. Suggested Weekends

546-1894

A ROOM
FOR ALL
PARTIES

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

FROM 25 TO 125

869-5674

ALSO CATERING IN
YOUR OWN HOME OR IIALL

5 MENUS TO CHOOSE FROM
• BRUNCH •DELI BUFFET
• DINNER • LUNCH
• COCKTAIL HORS D' OEUVRES

NO AFFAIR IS COMPLETE
WITHOUT OUR KNOWING TOUCH

ADVANCE
CAFETERIA

DELIGHTFUL FOOD—GYPSY MUSIC
LUNCHES & DINNERS

ADVANCE BLDG.
9 MILE & GREENFIELD

DAILY & SUNDAYS

557-8060

27701 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

(Near 12 Mile)

4.

1-75 FREEWAY AT
SPRINGWELLS EXIT

Formerly of Livernois
and 7 Mile Rd.

NOW AT
28740 RYAN
CORNER 12 MILE

4774735

BLOOMFIELD

Reservations: 843-5611

CHINESE
VILLAGE
INN

WHY BE LEFT OUT?

PLACE YOUR HOLIDAY TRAY
ORDERS TODAY!


11 11111F
tDIE11*
01A

BALATON

VINCENZO'S

RATED IN AAA
MAGAZINE, DETROIT NEWS &
DETROIT FREE PRESS
ONE OF TOP 10
RESTAURANTS IN DETROIT

O

Restaurant

and
Cocktail
Lounge

ENTERTAINMENT

TUES. THRU SAT.

From 7:30 p.m.

RAY ROBERSON

ENJOY THIS GALA
)) NEW YEAR'S EVE WITH US

Vocalist—Guitarist

RESERVATIONS ONLY

BANQUET ROOMS FOR
• BAR MITZVAS
• WEDDINGS
• SHOWERS
• SWEET SIXTEENS
• BOWLING BANQUETS
• BUSINESS MEETINGS
• ANNIVERSARIES • ETC.

OPEN
HOUSE



NO COVER
OR
MINIMUM

Regular Hours: Mon. thru Sat., 11 a.m. til 12 Mid.

Closed Sundays

YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON

Reservations
626-1587

Or

574-1560

• Open 7 Days
• Complete Carry-Out

SPECIAL
MENU



626-1697

L.... 6560 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT WEST MAPLE (15 Mile)

SPEND A GREAT NEW YEAR'S EVE
IN WINDSOR AT

2 95

s‘b

3067 DOUGALL RD. Detroit Phone: 963-8944

Windsor Phone: 969-6011

YOU'LL LOVE OUR NEW PRIME RIB ROOM!

.

• LOBSTER CLAW COCKTAIL
• SPECIAL SALAD
• GREAT CUT PRIME RIB FOR THE
MEN
\
• PLACE CUT FOR THE LADIES
• QUISH — MUSHROOMS & CHIVES
• BAKED POTATO
• 3 TYPES OF BUTTER



ALL

YOU

CAN

DRINK! •

YOUR OTHER FAVORITE IN WINDSOR

%gad fan-6-2

58 PARK ST. E. (Opposite Tunnel Car Exit)

WILL BE OPEN 24 HOURS!

DESSERT
COFFEE ALA PLACE
COCKTAIL ON ARRIVAL
BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE
• FLOWERS FOR THE LADIES
• CUBAN CIGARS FOR THE MEN
• EDDIE CHICO'S BAND

By Reservation Only

$75

per couple
Inc. Tax & Tip

REGULAR DINNERS — OPEN HOUSE —
IN ALL OTHER ROOMS — BY RESERVATION

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