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September 18, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, September 111,1981

Never put much confi-
dence in such as put no con-
fidence in others.

643-8865

SOMERSET MALL

MONDAY — Barbecued Chicken Night
All the baked barbecued chicken you can con -
sume Served with Kitchen Fries. Cole Slaw .
Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked Loaf of
Bread
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY — Chef's Steak Nights
Char-broiled strips of steak served with Sauteed
Mushrooms over Toast Points Large Dinner $595
Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked
Bread
THURSDAY — Italian Night
$595
Lasagna — All you can eat complete dinner
Large Dinner Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped But-
ter. Homemade Baked Garlic Bread
FRIDAY — Fish Fry Night
$495
All the fish and chips you can eat

$4 95

25920 GREENFIELD
COR. LINCOLN
9F8-4060

WON.-SAT. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

B REAKFAST SERVED
ANY TIME

Saps •

Korth of TO Mile Rd

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HA S
PRIVATE FACILITIES
AVAILABLE FOR
ALL OCCASION PARTIES
MEETINGS. ETC.

SENIOR CITIZENS

After 2:30 p.m.

CALL

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BLEND

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DINNER
SPECIALS

In The Heritage Bldg.

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NOW AVAILABLE FOR
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• Discs PING
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OPEN MON.-SAT. 6 TO 9
SUN . 8 TO

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Danny Raskin's

Woodland Medical Cen-
ter in Novi will honor 40
young artists and display
the "Children's Health &
Art Coloring Book," noon to
5 p.m. Sunday.
Proceeds from sales of the
book benefit the Easter Seal
Society.

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CONEY
ISLAND

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TAKING ORDERS

FOR
HOLIDAY DINNERS
AND TRAYS

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Honors Artists

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NOW APPEARING

TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
TUESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS WEEKLY

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at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

357-3430

JOE LANNEN

FRIDAYS &

SATINDAYS

ONLY $14.95

41.I Coo
eta. Noad
Lake Mo-Ixep,

363-1535

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Steak Bar

DANCING HAS RETURNED
TO THE ANNEX!
MELL BALL and COLOURS

NANCY GURWIN

HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE
-195 SPECIAL

4 TO 7 P.M.
MI
SEEM IMAM
MIS. ..CIESEN IMAM
FN. ... JIMMUA.SIMASII

1

SUNDAY SPECIAL
CHICKEN PAPRIKASH
Or
COMBO PLATE

14.1118

Secoaida Fr..
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sun , man .
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LISTENING
POST

WHILE VACATION-
ING in East Tawas, Dr.

Walter Coleman was throw-
ing his daughters, Kim,
Sally and Bonnie, in Lake
Huron when he discovered
that the black onyx ring his
wife Judy had given him
some time ago for his 30th
birthday was also thrown
into the lake.
Next day, while his friend
David Cash McColl was in
for a swim, he found the ring
on his toe . . . Walter being
a foot doctor had never seen
anything like this before
. . . but performed • a suc-
cessful "removal operation"
. . . and the ring is back
where it belonged . . on
his own pinkie finger.
YOU'VE HEARD of
"Ladies Night" . . . Now
there's a "Men's Night" . . .
but for nail grooming . .
on Thursday evenings 4 to 8
. Gal with the look out
for good looking hands on
men is Deeon Davis, who re-
cently opened her new
studio in the back at Rhodi-
ka's on Northwestern and
12 Mile . . . Deeon does
ladies' and men's manicur-
ing any time . . . but its just
the fellows on Thursday
nights.
THOSE WHO LIVED in
Detroit around 12th Street
in the early '20s and '30s
won't want to miss "Mama
Loved Littman's," an origi-
nal script written by Lil
Sklar of Louis Marshall
Chapter Bnai Brith Women
and directed by Gere Oliva
of Beth Achim Sisterhood.
Talented singers and
dancers from the two groups
have collaborated in put-
ting on this nostalgic musi-
cal comedy about Littman's
Yiddish Theater and Jewish
immigrants to America.
Curtain time is 8 p.m. this
Monday . . . at-Cong. Beth
Achim, 21-100 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield . . . For tickets
or info call Roz Kaufman,
356-2366;
or Rebecca'
Pearlman, 544-7470.
BEST BET OF The
Weekend . . . 69th annual
dinner-dance by City of
Hope, Greater Detroit
Chapter, this Sunday, 5:30
p.m., at Detroit Plaza Hotel
. . . with comedian Jack
Carter . . . and dancing to
Fenby-Carr ork.

HIS FIRST BIRTH-

DAY party was a big one for
photographer Leo Knight
who was surprised by wife
Sue on number 55.
Brothers-in-law Harvey
and Fred Schatz joined in
the collaboration by keep-
ing Leo busy all afternoon
playing golf at Knollwood
. . . while 60 relatives and
close friends awaited his ar-
rival.
Leo's astonished and de-
lighted expressions were
naturally recorded as was
the entire evening's fes-
tivities at the Knight home
in Franklin by camera clic-
kers from his studio.
Sue was thrilled that

alter five months of secret,
ive planning her efforts in
surprising Leo were a suc-
cess . . But he never did
get to talk about his golf
that day.
BACK IN 1972, while
appearing at the Jewish
Center on Meyers in "Milk
and Honey" and taking the
part of a cantor, little did
Dave Gutman know that
one day he would become a
bona fide cantor in real life
. . . Today, as Cantor Dave
Gutman . . . he'll do the
High Holiday services at
the new Bnai Israel on Wal-
nut Lake Rd. in West
Bloomfield.
MAIL DEPT.. . "I am
one of the many Jewish per-
sons in the Detroit area who
have an interest in general
aviation — either by own-
ing their own aircraft, rent-
ing one or just talking about
aviation and airplanes
much like people who are
interested in boats and
boating.
"As far as I know, there is
no organization, social or
otherwise, for Jewish pilots.
If there is any interest, I can
be contacted at my home.
The phone number is 851-
3362. "
George Cooper
SEVERAL THOU-
people have
SAND
attended the Oakland Sing-
les parties and functions in
its first two years . . . Now,
celebrating its third an-
niversary and attempting to
reach more new faces, O.S.
has changed from its tradi-
tional Sunday event format
by holding its next function
on a Friday . . . Sept. 25, 9

P.m.

The location is also new •
. . with Hamilton Place
on Southfield the site of
their latest get-together
. . The party is open to
singles ages 22-40. . . with
$4 door charge.
KELLY BURGESS, De-
troit News writer and col-
umnist, will be guest
speaker at a publicity work-
shop conducted by Alan
Goldberg, Wayne State
University communications
professor . . . 7 to 9 p.m.,
Sept. 29, at Birmingham
Community House, 380
South Bates . . . Kelly will
tell how to write an inform-
ative press release and how
to work with the media plus
other topics . . . It's limited
to 50 persons: . . call Anne
Caswell, 643-6879.

LOOKING BACK ON

Columns of Yesteryears:
May 22, 1970 ... "Joe Sil-
berschein is no 'Johnny -
come - lately' fad stylist in
the unshaven beatnik craze
of today . . . He grew a
beard nine years ago at the
suggestion of wife Nita, and
she wouldn't let him take it
off if he tried .. . The only
time Joe removed the fancy
fuzz, about five years ago,
he scared the family . . .
Son Steve, now 15, thought
his father was some
stranger in the house!"

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