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June 11, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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Friday, June 11, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Frankel to Attend Brown U.

BUDDY NIGHT

Doug Frankel, son of
Judge and Mrs. Marvin
Frankel of Oak Park, haS
signed a national letter of
intent to play football and
baseball at Brown Univer-
sity.
A six-foot, 190-pound
quarterback at Oak Park
High School, Frankel was
recruited by several Ivy
League schools. He was also
scouted by several major
league baseball teams.
Frankel had a .405
career batting average
since his sophomore year

AT

BUDDY'S PIZZA

NORTHWESTERN & MIDDLEBELT

855-4600

1/2 OFF ALL DRINKS TOES. & THURS.

9 TO CLOSING — AT BAR ONLY

ami.....

Special Prices Also At Our
H appy Hour 4-6:30 Mon.-Fri.

RED
CEDARS

t

....v....-14
Chef's Specials
4 , IffledS
Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights-cE161) ""G'c's"

GIORGIO'S

Restaurant

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING. PLATTER $

Or

RED SNAPPER

6

(Formerly Spiro's)
25920 GREENFIELD at Lincoln

95

Oak Park

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99'

Mon.-Sat. 6-11 a.m.

DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER DINNER ENTREES ALSO AVAILABLE
PLUS SANDWICH MENU
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON.-SAT.
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR ALL PARTIES
Up To 120

• LUNCH SPECIALS
-• DINNER SPECIALS
Regular Menu and
GOURMET COUNTERSIDE
SPECIALS
(Steak Diane, Caesar Salad,
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)

353-511

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

968-4060

OPEN MON.-SAT.
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

Your Hosts:

GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS

CORNED BEEF I PASTRAMI
4.88
$ 3.48 ..

,

\‘,

2-4:30 p.m.

BOILED

HOP OVER SPECIAL

Open Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY

• GREEK SALAD • GYROS
• SHISH KEBOB • FISH & CHIPS
• OMELETTES • TUNA SALAD
• SANDWICHES
Your Hosts: SAM & JERRY FLOROS

$298

No Carry Out

CHINA
GATE

Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

• SPANISH OMELETTE
$ 1 48
• BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

i

98.

I

WAFFLE

No Carry Out

NOW SERVES
COCKTAILS

PINE LAKE MALL

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG LAKE & LONE PINE
851-5540

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SEE WHY WE ARE NO. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT

IRVIN IS

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Restaurant-Delicatessen

t 21161 GREENFIELD RD .1559_ 13801

1 BLK. N. OF *
.11:4E RD.

:411L

OPEN TUES.-SUN.

r•

6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

SERVING THE
BEST FOOD
IN TOWN

24752 SOUTHFIELD RD.
1 BLOCK SOUTH OF 10 MILE RD.

.

a

Or

AT MENDOTA

CONEY ISLAND
RESTAURANT

- BREAKFAST SPECIALS—JUNE 11 THRU JUNE 17

Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.

MT W. 1 MILE RD.

_

' JUNE 11, 12, 15, 16, 17 •

WHITEFISH

INCLUDES: POT. OR VEG. &
BREAD BASKET

NIP

'ROCKY'S
Restaurant & Pizzeria

Carry-out

$ n 98

No Carry Out

_
\-

DOUG FRANKEL

in high school, finishing
this season with a .410
average. He set a school
record for runs batted in,
and led the team in home
runs, extra base hits, sto-
len bases and on-base av-
erage.
Frankel graduates from
Oak Park High School next
week with a .3.89 grade
point average, and was
selected as a national honor
scholar and winner of the
U.S. Achievement Award.

569-7135
Complete

GRADE AAA

INCLUDES: SALAD, VEG. OR POT.,
BREAD BASKET

°h.

864-8553

We Carry Vienna Products

LIVER & ONIONS

LISTENIN
POST

THE PRICE IS RIGHT
IT PAYS TO COME
OVER!

CARRY OUT SPECIALS—JUNE 11 THRU JUNE 17

DINNER SPECIALS—JUNE 11 THRU JUNE 17

Danny Raskin's

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
1 1 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

WITHIN BEAUTEOUS
confines of the Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses
sanctuary in West Bloom-
field, Jacki Kress, daughter
of Adele and Rubin Kress,
was married to Seymour
Guttman, son of Rose and
Irving Guttman.
It was a joyous event ..
starting out with Jacki and
Seymour wearing big
smiles as they each came
down . the aisle ... and on
the bima, where bes
t man
Jerry Guttman kept the lev-
ity going with his humorous
antics that brought smiles
to the wedding party .. .
Seymour's sister from
California, Carol Hoptman,
was maid of honor.
The happy event contin-
ued on to a large reception,
where people enjoyed a de-
licious meal put out by Vir-
ginia Kazin and her Subur-
ban Kosher Caterers .. .
with fine waitresses such as
our table's poetess-server,
Pat Ashley . . . Virginia, by
the way, says her kosher
restaurant, Wednesday
evenings at the congrega-
tion, is going great . . . and
had to move into bigger
quarters . . . It's from 4:30 to
9 p.m.
How many kosher af-
fairs have you gone to
where sorbet is given be-
fore the entree for cleans-
ing the palate? . . . This is
class . . . and enhanced
the usual fine job done by
Virginia and her capable
staff.
Frieda and I were at a fun
table . . . with Betty and Lou
Taub, who dance cheek to
cheek like the lovers they
are . . . Blanche and Joe
Tushman, who will be re-
membered for Joe eating a
plate of kishke . . . Iva and
Charlie Hoptman . . . she
tasting desserts and he
doing the moitze while cut-
ting the table's halla .. .
Shirlee and Jack Iden, the
Southfield Eccentric fea-
ture writer and her hubby
taking it easy because of
Shirlee's recent five weeks
in hospital traction.
There were people from
Canada, New York, Israel,
California, New Jersey and
Florida . . . Even the wait-
resses from Irving's Deli
were in their glory being
waited upon. . . and bus-
gent Ulysses Randolph dis-
co'd up a storm ... Irving's
cashier,, Lil Benkoff, never
looked better . . . Her
daughter, Sema, and son-
in-law Al Lazar of Gold Gal-
lery in Hunters Square,
have an opposite way of life
in the living dept. . . . She
wants to lose weight and he
wants to gain.
Dorothy Cushman kis-
sing all the men at our table
. . and husband Abe kis-
sing all the gals... It was a
nice touch, too, havi
ng the
couples at our private area
introduce themselves and
kiss their mate.
So many people having

such a good time . . . Wish
I could name more but
you get the drift of what a
fun night it was . . . It
must have been . . .
hardly anybody left . . . at
the end . . . although
Jacki and Seymour were '
wed on a Thursday eve-
ning.
lot the way, thanks fro
of persons, includ.
myself; for the gray yar-
mulkes . . . They matched
our gray suits perfectly.
ANNUAL NIGHT OF
GAMES by Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope, is this
Tuesday, 7 p.m. .. . at Roma
Hall on Telegraph . . in
the Miracle Mile Shopping
Center.
Proceeds go to the non-
sectarian City of Hope Re-
search Medical Center at
Duarte, Calif. . . . The affair
is always a biggie ... . so
take some advice and get
there early.
PROUD PARENTS are
Norma and Dr. Nelson Pont
.. who will celebrate their
2. 8th anniversary this
month ... at the same time
as the
ir children's
graduations . . . Jeffrey
graduates' from Wayne
Medical School . . . Susan
from Michigan State (her
wedding to Howard Man-
iloff is also this month) .. .
and Lloyd from Groves
High.
BEST BET of the
Weekend . . . Bnai Brith
city-wide dance, first in 40
years . . . tomorrow evening
at Roma's of Bloomfield ..
with Johnny Trudell's 14.-
piece band.
JOE GLAZER has been
promoted from captain to
major in the Southfield
Civil Defense . . . He is only
the third promoted to this
rank in 20 years . . . Joe has
been with the Southfield
Civil Defense over 15 years
. and is in charge of the
M
— obile Watch Program,
under the direct supervision
of the Southfield Police
Dept. Crime Prevention
Bureau . . . Mobile Watch
aids and is also a back-up for
the police department on a
surveillance basis.
Plus his Civil Defense
work, Joe is also an ap-
pointed court officer for the
46th District Court.
MICHAEL ROBBINS
passed the Michigan State
Bar exam . . . and was sworn
in by the person he had
worked with for 2 1/2 years
. . Judge Hilda Gage . . . He
h. as joined the Birmingham
firm of Carson Fischer ar
Potts . . . Proudly on ha
for the swearing in by Judge
Gage were Mike's mom and
dad, Marge and Jerry Rob-
bins . . . and wife Sandy's
parents, Sheila and Leon
Forman.

'

Nine times out of 10, a
revolutionary is me-rely a
climber with a bomb in his
pocket.
—George Orwell

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