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March 17, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-17

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Friday, March 17, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL lk
cTill RYAN 15%
ON ALL D
ISHES
OFF
MON. THRU SAT., 4 to
u
ROADHOUSE

CJF Office Set

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IF YOU LIKE veal or
eggplant, you'll thoroughly
enjoy the Veal Francesco at
Roman Terrace . . . Be-
sides being somewhat of an
exclusive at the 12 Mile and
Orchard Lake spot, it is one
of the complete dinners for
two featured on the fifth
anniversary menu for
March.
Veal Francesco (eggplant
stuffed with veal, cheese,
artichoke hearts and
capicola, baked, covered
with peeled tomato sauce
and Parmigiana cheese)•
was enjoyed most
thoroughly . . . The service
accorded us by excellent
waitress Laura Magyari
made the evening even bet-
ter with her smile, gracious
ways and most pleasurable
know-how.
Bob McDonald and Bob
Fraccia, owners of the
Roman Terrace, are a
couple of very personable
gents to whom everyone of-
fers only good wishes on
another anniversary,
March 15 . . Roman Ter-
race seems to get even bet-
ter as the years go by.
BELATED BIRTHDAY
congrats . . . to likeable
Jimmy Lauce of WJR radio.
OLD SIGN over the bar
at Cordoba's, on Seven Mile
west of Middlebelt . . .
"Barry's Tricopherous es-
tablished 1801. Guaranteed
to restore the hair to bald
heads and to make it thick,
long and soft."

SURPRISE 25TH wed-
ding anniversary party was
given for Eileen and Syd
Bluestone, president of Sen-
try Drugs, by their
youngsters, Michelle, Neil
and Pam.
They drove mom and dad
all over the city after letting
them know about their
being given a surprise party
. . . Eileen and Syd kept
guessing wrong at various
stops . . and the most il-
logical place turned out to
be the cafeteria at Wayne
State U. College of Phar-
macy.

APPLEGATE SQUARE,
on Northwestern and Inks-
ter Rds., is starting to wel-
come tenants . . . Already
in an Roland Optics, Robert
Henri Florist, Computer-
land and M. B. Jewelers
. . . Opening in April are
Myrna Berman women's
designer sportswear, Davis
Floor Covering, Lens Open-
ing camera shop, Diane's
Place moderate ladies ap-
parel, and Rear Ends jeans
and accessories for men and
women.
One of the restaurants at
Applegate Square will serve
only salads, omelets and
fancy Peukifo.

BONNIDp-, PAPPAS,
waitress at Grecian Palace,
on TelegrapUnd 10 Mile,
in the 'Kelr Shopping
Center, gets big nod for
her experienced ways of

doing things . . . and that
pleasant smile.
BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to Kaggie
Glazer.
SON SCOTT recom-
mends the farmer's salad at
Point After Deli, 12 Mile
and Northwestern.
FELT LIKE A good piece
of broiled white fish while
on Woodward . .. and went
to Dimitri Nikos, just south
of 11 Mile . . . As most ev-
erything there, the fresh
fish served by smiling,
pleasant waitress Sue
Chalmers, was very good.
MANY YEARS AGO,
Dr. Alvin Skelly. of the De-
troit Board of Education
was leaving town and asked
Morrie Felsenfeld, as a
favor, to take his 16-year-
old son Selden and buy him
an overcoat for his high
school graduation.
Morrie took Seldon to his
favorite clothier and bought
him a grey tweed coat,
which he loved . . . Being
16 and impressionable, Sel-
den thought this was the ni-
cest thing that ever hap-
pened to him.
Every so often, as the
years went by, Selden, even
while serving a tour in
Korea, would call and re-
mind Morrie of his grey
tweed coat, that he still had
it and hadn't bought a coat
since then.
Now 34 years of age, he
is Dr Selden Skelly and
Morrie attended his
wedding . . . As he stood
waiting to congratulate
the newly married
couple, Morrie was spot-
ted by Selden, who left
the receiving line, put his
arms around him and
said "Morrie, I want to
show you something."
Morrie followed him to
the check room, and Selden
asked him to wait a moment
. . . He then stepped out
wearing the same grey
tweed coat that Morrie
helped buy for him 18 years
ago . . Selden was still
thrilled with the memory of
his coat.
"He has never bought a
coat since then," writes
Morrie, "and wore it to his
wedding. It still looked
fresh and new."
TENTH ANNIVER-
SARY of the Channel 56
Auction will be April 7-15.
A LOCAL LASS has
been chosen the outstand-
ing employee of the entire
Hilton Hotels chain.
She's Sue Miller, waitress
at the Wicker Works of
Northfield Hilton . . . Be-
cause of her outstanding
abilities as a waitress, Art
Gimson, general manager
of the hotel at Crooks and
1-75 in Troy, submitted her
entry for the highest recog-
nition any Hilton employee
can receive.
Sue and her husband will
receive an all-expense paid
one-week trip to Hawaii and
$500 spending money.

NEW YORK — The
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions has approved plans for
the establishment of a
Canadian office to provide
Jewish federations in
Canada with more direct
access to CJF resources and
services.

6 p.m.

Al the Ryan RcedisOUPP, YOU wla
relax in the comfortable surround-
ings of ■ contemporary roadhouse
and enjoy honest portions of
hearty food, honest drinks and
great entertainment without a
cover charge or incree•ed prices.
Anyway you look Mit we're one of
the best values around. Come, find
out to yourself!

SEE US AT
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Near 12 Mile
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Having An Affair?

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INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS.
APPETIZERS, DINNERS. ALA CARTE, ETC.
Offer Expires
So., ran Emorteirwoo 70
March 25. 1978
Coupon. o Coot Code far The Social

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and all this on the
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INCLUDES:
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