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May 27, 1983 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-27

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32 Friday, May 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Blind panic is incapable
of providing even for its own
safety, for it does not avoid
danger. but runs away. Yet
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we are more exposed to
danger when we turn our
backs.
—Seneca
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Since 1959 I COUPON

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FRI. 11 a.m.-2.a.m.
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Expires 6/30/83

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Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

FROM 4 p.m.

OPEN 1 DAYS . . . MON.-THURS. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid., SUN. FROM 4 P.M.

• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER SNACKS & SANDWICHES

COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.
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DINNER THEATRE AT

(Continued from Page 31)
and exciting way of life for
the past five years.
Quite an. evening . . .
only one disappointing
feature ... the food
served by Michigan Inn
. . . unappealing and
tasteless ... Quite a fan-
tastic affair when only
one fault could be found
.. :Even the tornado that
ripped Seymour's factory
offices in California ...
and had many of his reu-
nion records strewn all
over ... dried in moc-
rowave ovens, etc.,
couldn't stop this man
from his goal . . . the
biggest of them all.
Little wonder that
Seymour and Ruthe Fab-
rick were given a standing
ovation by the entire throng
. . . What he had done can be
described in only one word
. . . remarkable.
Even to the last day,
people wanted to attend .. .
Where? . . . The only room
would have been on the
- bandstand next to drummer
Mel Fudge.
There were, of course,
those who couldn't attend
the 50 Year Reunion of
Northern High School
Classes of 1928-1935 (Plus
or Minus) . . . but many of
them probably attended an-
other at the same time . . . in
Heaven . . . Seymour Fab-
rick had nothing to do with
that one . . . unless he has a
private pipeline . . . Any-
thing is possible with this
man!
GEORGE YOUNG has
himself another biggie TV
commercial . . . jumping up
and down on a mattress .. .
for R.J. Leeds Furniture,
owned by Lennie Singer .
George was recent Emmy
winner for best local com-
mercial of the year . . . as an
Elias Bros. Big Boy bald
caveman.
THIRD ANNUAL Great
Soup Kettle Race and Festi-
val by Chefs 200
Club and Southeastern
Michigan Chapter March of
Dimes . . . has been set for
July 17 . . . this time on the
track of Southfield High,
Lahser and 10 Mile.
Festival part has been
added this year . . . First two
were held at Wayne State
University.
There are foot races (Lou
Popper's men from Empire

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FRESH FILET OF WHITEFISH
FRESH FILET OF LAKE TROUT
FRESH WHOLE RAINBOW TROUT
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2650 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

All country people hate their neighbors the smallest
each other. They have so lit- pleasure of advantage.
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—William Hazlitt



1 Mile West of Telegraph

682-7730

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OAKLAND COUNTY'S LARGEST SELECTION
OF FRESH FISH ... Broiled,
Charbroiled Of Sauteed

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Packing are reigning
champs, having won the
first two) . . . and chariot
races . . . Restaurant own-
ers join purveyors with ket-
tles drawn by two or four
kettle puller runners plus a
"rider" inside the pot
emblazoned with the res-
taurant or company name
. . . The chariots are two
rubber-wheeled and single
axled . . . no ,more than 48
inches wide.
Making it a family fun
affair, the festival will
have games, refresh-
ments, etc.
Joe Beato, president of
Chefs 200 Club and devoted
humanitarian, is originator
of the Great Soup Kettle
Race . . . The executive chef
at Henry Ford Hospital on
W. Grand Blvd. is executive
chairman of the race and
festival . . . Don. Madson is
chairman.
THEY WERE amoug
last summer's most talked
about parties . . . and
they're coming back in 1983
. . . The Second Annual
"Summer Nights" Parties
at Troy Hilton's outdoor
courtyard, Stephenson
Hwy. . . . They'll again fea-
ture those sensational live
sounds of Hugh Borde's
world famous Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band . . .
which opens June 3 and con-
tinues all summer every
Friday through Sept. 2 .. .
The parties kick off at 6 p.m.
and guests will also partake
of poolside cocktails, danc-
ing, limbo contests and
charcoal-grilled snacks.
Since opening night will
be a pre-Grand Prix cele-
bration, all guests will be
admitted free (admission is
usually $5) . . . Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band under
Borde's direction plays
steel drums and performs
songs with calypso, reggae,
jazz and pop beats.
WORD IS THAT a
Chinese restaurant is
scheduled to soon occupy
spot vacated by Hickory's on
Northwestern and 12 Mile.

Few Support
Re-Built Temple

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Some
18.3 percent of the Israeli
public supports the re-
establishment of the holy
Temple immediately, al-
though the majority still re-
jects reconstruction of the
third temple on the Temple
Mount in Jerusalem, ac-
cording to the results of a
public opinion survey
printed in Haaretz.
The issue has been
brought to the fore by re-
cently intensified Jewish ef-
fort to pray on the Temple
Mount in the face of Moslem
sensitivity and some Jewish
halakhic restrictions.

The religious community
is divided into Cohens, Le-
vites and Israelites. The
Cohens and Levites, de-
scended from the priests,
are entitled to special hon-
ors and the Cohens bestow
the priestly blessing upon
the congregation.

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25900 GREENFIELD AT LINCOLN
968-1150

DINNERS 2 FOR 1

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SALAD BAR, POT. OR RICE OR VEG. &
COFFEE OR TEA OR SOFT DRINK
7 DAYS—MON.-FRI. 4 p.m.-1 a.m., Sat. & Sun. 2 p.m.-1 a.m.
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10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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EVERY EVENING
7 DAYS A WEEK

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• Excellent Service

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