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July 31, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH . NEWS

All confidence which is
not absolute and entire, is
dangerous.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

"THE WORLD OF Ross
Allan" was theme for recent
Bar Mitzva of Ross Allan
Jacobs, son of Paulette and
Bob Koffron . . . at Main
Event restaurant in Pon-
tiac's Silverdome . . . The
guests were given paper-
weight globes encased in
heavy plastic . . . with the
inscription, "Ross thinks
the world of his friends and
family."
Each table had Ross' pic-
ture on a cutout of favorite
hobbies and -fun . . .
baseball, football, flying,
etc. . . . Ours was Ross ski-
ing . . . The clever head of
planner Marcia Masserman
. . . the oodles of balloon
centerpieces among other
things by display artist Ben
Shechter . . . and the fine
music of Jerry Fenby . . .
made for a colorful Bar
Mitzva reception Ross Allan
Jacobs will remember.
GIVE CREDIT TO
bagel and lox for more than
being something good to eat
. . . Over the delicacy,
Sheldon White and Sharon
Fine recently became
engaged at Irving's
Restaurant-Delicatessen.
20-YEAR REUNION of
1961 Mumford High classes
(January, June and August)
is set for Nov. 28 at Michi-
gan Inn . . . Many of the
questionnaires mailed to
former grads were lost in
the mail . . . Those who
didn't get any or know of
someone who needs one, the
persons to call are Babs Ro-
senthal Leig, 682-6272, or
Judy Schultz Ancell, 968-
4923 . . . Out-of-towners
are reminded it'll be
Thanksgiving holiday
weekend.
TILLIE AND LOU
Jacobs of Sherman Oaks,
Calif. . . . former De-
troiters . . . were here for
recent Bar Mitzva of
nephew Jason Bloom at Bay
Pointe Country Club . . .
and attended 50th anniver-
sary of Primrose Benevo-
lent Club.
Lou recently celebrated
his 86th birthday . . . and
with Tille, feted their 56th
wedding anniversary.
TRIPLE CELEBRA-
TION by Gladys and Lou
Kay was the graduation
cocktail party recently at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hiller-
Moses . . . Their son Marc
graduated from University
of Detroit Dental School
. . son Victor from Uni-
ersity of Michigan . . .
and son Stuart from Oak
Park High'.
WHILE STROLLING
near his Executive Custom
ShirtMakers store on
Woodward in downtown
Birmingham, Ernest
Drucker was stopped by a
professional photographer
taking pictures for intro-
duction of the new' Cadillac
. . . Ernest seemed to fit the
image of a typical Cadillac
owner.
While posing for pictures,

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

Presents

18211 JOHN R

YIDDISH
NIGHT

.

Bet. 6 f 7 Mile Ids.

869-5674

crowds gathered and his
being a David Niven look-
alike caused word to spread
around that the movie star
was being photgraphed.
Ernest even kissed a lady
who sincerely believed he
was Niven.
THREE GENERA-
TIONS celebrate their
birthdays today . . . Rose
Efros . . . daughter Beverly
Willett, now living in
Abington, Penn. with
hubby, Dr. Norman Willett
. . . and their son, Mark
Willett.
CONGRATS . . . to
Ruby Samson . . . on birth-
day number 65 this Thurs-
day . . . Wife Pauline, with
sons Fred, Elliott, Norman
and Frank, are preparing a
big night on the town for
him . . . Pauline and Ruby
now live in Margate, Fla.
but are staying in Detroit
this summer.
Congrats also to Fred . .
who celebrates his 40th
birthday Aug. 23.
WHEN HE STUDIED
for the rabbinate, he
was known as "Max Men-
del" . . . As a successful
wholesale grocer (Grosse
Pointe Quality Foods), he
became just plain "Max"
. . . Now as a famous local
contemporary artist com-
manding big money for his
very fine handiwork, he
now calls himself Maximi-
lian Shaye . . . To his
friends, however, he's still
"Max."
AUDREY PEARL, first
woman in Michigan to
achieve the designation of
certified financial planner,
has another female first to
her credit . . . She was re-
cently elected president of
the Southeast Michigan
Chapter of the Interna-
tional Association of Finan-
cial Planners.
ADDRESS OF new-
lyweds Sam and Estelle
(Harris) Kaplan . . . is
15500 Bubbling Wells Rd.,
Sp. 317, Desert Hot Springs,
Calif. 92240.
CALLING SAM LIN-
DEN . . . Remember back
in 1951 when you presided
at your first meeting as
president of Branch 6,
LZOA, opening the season
for this very active group
within the Labor Zionist
movement? . . . You had
been brought to America as
a child, and beginning your
speech, commented, "When
I first came to this country, I
was told that any American
might aspire to the
presidency . . . and to-
night's meeting, I guess, ful-
fills that dream for me.
NATHAN LIGHT was
elected president of the new
Sophie and Harry Hoffman
Chapter, City of Hope, that
recently received its char-
ter.

91

If we fasten our attention
on what we have, rather
than on what we lack, a very
little wealth is sufficient.

FAMILY RESTAURANT
13400 W. 8 MILE AT COOLIDGE
Oak Park
54 1-3385

And His Continentals

' LUNCH SPECIAL

DINNER INCLUDED
$12 Per Person

11 75

FROM
DINNER
SPECIALS 2 75

RESERVATIONS: 843-5611
1-15 (Fisher) at SPRINGWELLS EXIT
All Credit Cards

DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR

SALAD, POT., VEG. & DESSERT

ALL OUR FOOD IS HOME MADE
FISH & CHIPS $3
SERVED
FRI.
EVERYDAY SPECIAL

Includes Soup or Salad & Dessert

OPEN MON.-SAT. 6 TO
SUN., 8 TO 9

a,

Former Village
Restaurant

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

BREAKFAST SPECIALS

6 a.m. til 11 a.m.
• GYROS
• GREEK SALADS
• HAMBURGERS • CONEYS
• BBQ RIBS • BBO ROAST BEEF
• SOFT ICE CREAM
HOURS
MON.-FRI. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

851-5540

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.

SAT. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH
• DINNER

10

% OFF ON

TAJ
MAHAL

3354 12 MILE RD

FRE.11 BROILED
WHITE FISH •

INCLUDES 9 COURSES!

9

BAKED MEAT LOAF (Mon.-Thurs.)
$4.75
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGENN. 1its )$4.85
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. STRIP STEAK$7.95
1 /2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN r
$4.75
ROAST FRESH TURKEY wit/Dm:sin g $4.75
BABY BEEF LIVER W/Osians or Bacon ff. $4.75
VEAL CUTLETS
$4.75
$4.75
VEAL PARMESAN
.$4.50
FRESH FISH & CHIPS
CHOPPED SIRLOIN W/—hroOm
Ma''
Saucs s$4.85
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF Au Ass
$5.75
1/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN
$4.85
BAR-B.Q RIBS
$6.75
MOUSAKA (Baked Egg Plant)
.
$4 ■ 95
SPINACH PIE .
$4.95

PINE LAKE MALL

$1.35

EVERYTHING
WITH THIS AD

_ •

COCKTAILS

V2 BLK. N. OF 13
In The Devon Hills Plaza
644-9250

544-7933

• FRUIT CUP • SOUP OR JUICE
.• CHOICE OF POTATO • SALAD • VEGETABLE
• GREEK BREAD & STICKS • COFFEE OR TEA
• CHOICE OF DESSERT
`P
Strawberry Cheesecake, Butter Pecan •
Or Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice Pudding
Or Jell°

CHINA
GATE
NOW SERVES

31231 SOUTHFIELD RD.

Just S. of 9 Mile

YOU'LL LOVE OURgOM WTSVADT-
EI
GREEK, JULIENNE & TUNA
SALADS EVERYDAY

ERIC ROSENOW

BREAKFASTS from 95c

PRIVATE BANQUET ROOM 5 TO 100

22140 WOODWARD

li-erndale

With

.

SOUP & -SANDWICH $

n4e:g9-

WED.
AUG. 5

RIVIERA

29

ALT

HARVEY URNOVITZ'S

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE

Friday, July 31, 1981

ALL INCLUDE ABOVE LISTED 9 COURSE ITEMS!

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

.SERVED_ANY HOUR! ANY DAY!
'COCKTAILS BEER WINE

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT,
AVAILABLE

• Children's Menu • Diet Dishes • Ala Carte Menu

What's Cookin At

0

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BET. GREENFIELD & COOLIDGE
BERKLEY

iMEDA ► fs

543-2218

INDIAN SPECIALTIES
PREPARED BY
SPECIALISTS

o

All You C-an Eat
Daily Specials

ENJOY " -
LUNCH AND DINNER
BEER AND WINE
PARKING IN REAR

MONDAY Veal Parmigiana Dinner

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3.50

Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.

3.50

TUESDAY—Fried Clams & Chips

Cole slaw and roll.

'Soup or salad and roll.

NORTHWESTERN AT EVERGREEN






2.95

THURSDAY—Liver & Onions

Choice of soup or salad, potato and roll.

2.95

FRIDAY—Fish & Chips

In The Heritage Bldg.

NOW AVAILABLE FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES
SATURDAYS TIL 6 p.m.
SUNDAYS TIL 2 a.m.

2.95

WEDNESDAY—Spaghetti Dinner

THE
PERFECT,
BLEND

Cole slaw and roll.

OO

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Fried Chicken

3.50

Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.

-

UP TO150 I

Bar Mitzvas • Showers
Sweet Sixteens
Disco Parties
All Occasions

ASK FOR TED
353-4010

34410 FORD RD.

(Across from Coliseum Racquet Club)

10 MILE and Meadowbrook

(A&P Center) -- one mile W. of Haggerty Rd.

WESTLAND 728-1303

NOV1.349-2885

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun. 7 a.m.-R n.m.

Mon. thru Thurs. and Sat. 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

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