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July 14, 1978 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-14

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TIIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS z

22 , Eridly,, Illy 14,'1978

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• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-

EXCELLENT BANQUET
FACILITIES

a rco's

"In

WAN T A SKIMPY SANDWICH?

DON'T COME TO

Near 12 Mils-

553..2191

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE
AUTHENTIC

Dada,

RUMANIAN CUISINE

WOODWARD of 9 Mile
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-7933
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

22740

BAN-8-0 RIBS

$4.50

BAN - 11 - 0 CHICKEN

$2.75

$3.10

$2.95

ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VEG., POT.,
GREEK BREAD & BUTTER

RIALTO'S SPECIAL BREAKFAST

SERVED AT ALL TIMES!

.1/01111E-MADE AMERICAN FRES

$2 ■ 25

• STEAKS • CHOPS • GREEK DISHES • ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

rn

RI & SAT 10 30a rn to 11 301:, m

SIR Ba rn to 10p m

I .caarfAmS BEEN

WINE.

Refreshments will be
served, and the public is in-
vited. For information call
Harriet Arnowitz at the
Workmen's Circle office,
545-0985.

DAILY & SUNDAYS

JAROKA SANDOR

AND HIS

GYPSY MUSIC

OPEN 7 DAYS—BREAKFAST: LUNCH • DINNER

OUR FAMOUS SPEC/AL DINNERS
$2.95
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
$2.95
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
$33.25
STUFFED FLOUNDER
S3.25
NOILEO HALIBUT
$3.25 -
BROILED PICKEREL
$4.25
SEAFOOD PUTTER
$2.95
FINED SCALLOPS
S4.25
JUMBO MIMIIIPS
$2.25
FRESH RSH & CHIPS

The officers of the new
branch are: Isay Vinitsky,
chairman; David Lotsov,
vice chairman; and Polina
Shrage, financial secretary.
Workmen's Circle Chair-
person Selma Goode will in-
stall the new officers. A
color film, "Israel: The His-
tory of the Jewish People,"
will be shown.

27701 Orchard Lake Road

940die,

MON THRU TM:RS 10 30 a m to

731-4440
The Big Red House

OLD TIME DELI

7225 W. ildlIchels (11 Wks. W. el Uremia) um 2.4455

AST &
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Workmen's Circle Branch
684, newly-chartered
branch of Soviet Jews, will
have its installation of offic-
ers 8 p.m. today at the new
Workmen's Circle Center,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park.

45199 CASS• UTICA

Open Sundays,2to 11:30—Closed Mon.

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS
• 3 BREAKFAST MEATS
• PINEAPPLE NAG

WC Branch
to Install Officers

COUNTRY
INN
• 11-1 RIBS • 11-11 CHICKEN

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF
S4.25
_ ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
NIANEDSHORT RUBS

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DIRECT FROM
BUDAPEST

VINCENZO'S

TUES. IMO SAT., 7 ts 2 a.m.

Italtan-Amertcon Cursine

SIX, 5 to IA .s.

1-75 FREEWAY
AT SPR1NGWELLS
Rosowatkow 843-5611

1 82 1 1 JOHN R




ESTAIRMT I UNICE •

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:MEMO CEDED 117-3122 •

DELI & RESTAURANT

I Rds
B•1 6 S 7 Mn.

869-5674

DARBYS
JAXKS • OPENING

•• • • •• • ••• •• •


• DINNERS MON.-SAT.




5 p.m. to 'I a.m.





• IISIMESSIRWS LIME •
• 11011.-FIR., 11 mi. II 3 pa. •

• LATE EVENING MENU



• Choice Cocktails 8 Liquors:

PIANO BAR •

• ENTERTAINMENT •
• MON. THRU SAT. •
•• • • • • • • • • • •

To Us,
Every Function Is
An Occasion

SOON!

....

PERFECT
BLEND

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24301 INITIMESTERN HWY.
NOW AVAILUIE
.-. .
FOR
:.
PRIVATE PARTIES
SATURDAYS TIL S p.m. .:
SUNDAYS ill. 2 a. ■ .
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: e ii: •
1 UP TO 150
.:. ..:
• Bar INIrtas • Showers
• :::
• . Sweet Sirbien
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• Discs Parties
• Ma Parties, etc.

ASK FOR IURTY

353-41110

-7,-
-:.:

CHINA
GATE

IS OPEN AT
Pine Lake Mall

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG LAKE
a LONE PINE

851-5540

Whether it's business or social, large or small,
our catering consultants will make your event a
memorable one. Call Steve Laurencelle our Director of
Catering who will be pleased to plan your function and
suggest an appropriate menu for the occasion.
Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at I-75
Troy, Michigan 4 8098
(313) 879-2100

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY - OUT

AVAILABLE

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

DENTAL DOC Sherman
and Sandy Kane and Larry
(Armor Gard) Benderoff
and wife Beverley, live
about three doors away
from each other in South-
field . . . At Cleveland Clinic
six weeks ago, Larry was
walking out after a success-
ful vascular bypass surgery
... while Sherman was
checking in for an almost
similar visit ... which also
turned out most successful
.. Last week Larry was al-
ready on the golf course,
shooting an 86,with 39 on
the back nine.

THIS WEDNESDAY is
the night ... July 19 at 8
p.m. ... for the Bob-Lo
Moonlight Cruise by Mr.
and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope . . . Looks like another
biggie ... Call chairman
Meyer Feinstein, 356-4918
... Last year, almost 800
people was a low count ...
The group expects to hit
1,000 for its ninth annual
entertaining boat ride.

BACK IN MARCH, we
reported in the column
about Morry Wasserman,
celebrating his 60th birth-
day with a hole-in-one on
the eighth hole at Inver-
rary in Florida while wife,
Richi, witnessed the rare
event ... Now, just about
three months later, the
worm turns ... and Richi
gets her first hole-in-one on
the 125-yard third hole at
San Marino Golf Club,
Farmington ... while
hubby Morry was witness to
the rarity ... along with
Carol and Jerry Franklin,
Doris and Joe Klinger and
Jan and Bob Feldman.

NICE TO DO BUSI-
NESS with people like Shel
Metz, rental and lease man-
ager at Cook-Farr Ford ...
Left keys in the car we re-
nted while ours was in ser-
vice ... and Shel drove out
himself . .. no small dis-
tance . . . to open the door for
us ... That's what we can
real service ... and with a
smile, too.

MANY FOLKS WHO
went to Jonathon's Men's
Wear in Evergreen Plaza,
last week, must have
thought they were in Las
Vegas ... with Ellen and
Sol "Little Fish" Bromberg
helping during Friday's
Midnight Madness sale ...
Ellen and Edith Partrich,
Jonathon bookkeeper and
mother of bossman Mike,
are sisters ... Sol left De-
troit for Vegas umpteen
years ago and is now at the
Big Wheel of Alladin Hotel.
Jonathon manager,
"Toby" Breuer, has the title
of sheriff at his Southfield
Central Kiwanis group that
meets Wednesday noons at
MCL in Tel-12 ... "Toby" is
like the sergeant-at-arms
... So if at the store and
someone says, "Hi Sheriff,"
, you'll know why.

_FORMER JUDGE
Charles Rubiner is always
acting like a kid; says wife
Sylvia, so she threw him an
80th birthday party last
week at Stouffers Restaur-
ant ... complete with bal-
loons, youthful 'birthday
cake, etc. .. - Charlie
wanted the party, even
though it would be only a
day after he and Sylvia were
to attend the wedding of
their grandson Mark Faber,
son of Sam and Virginia
Faber, to Karen Hertzberg,
daughter of Phyllis and Joe
Hertzberg ... At 80 years
young, Charlie still prac-
tices law daily.

WE LIKE WHAT John
Kelly did_on a recent
WXYZ-TV Kelly & Co.
program ... Various gas
stations and customers
were interviewed regarding
"full service" ... End result
was that most of them say
"full service" but don't even
wash the windshield . . .
None checked the battery.

ELI MALINOFF re-
miniscing about 40 years

ago and the "12th Street
days" - - - "Absolutely im-
possible to believe the
change," says a head shak-
ing Eli, who was once a very
active 12th Streeter.

in
GAS STATION
Northwest area is an AAA
service spot, but won't come
out if the car is a Corvette
... Not even for "jumping"
it to start.

LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears...

March 31, 1961 . .
"Bowling team represent-
ing the Cosmopolitan Bnai
Brith League from Detroit
placed seventh in the Na-
tional BB Bowling Tour-
nament ... Squad made up
of Nate Mazer, Herman
Raznick, Bert Cohen, Larry
Berke and Max Chicorel hit
3,056 for their high stand-
ing."

June 30, 1961 . . . "Novel
surprise party for Stan
Ackner and Fred Rap-
paport, given by their
wives, Roz and Harriet,
worked two ways for the fel-
lows ... Both had a good
time 'being in' on the party
arrangements, but each
thought it was being given
for the other!"

July 7, 1961... "Ask the
two youngsters who sold
lemonade on the corner of
Seven Mile Rd. and
Hartwell, last week, and
they'll tell you that police-
men are kind of okay all
right ... A squad car stop-
ped at their stand and asked
the kids if they had a license
to sell the penny punch :
When the frightened lads
said no, one of the cops of-
fered not to 'run 'em in' for a
drink ... and the other
bought
ught
50 c enth
out "their business

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