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April 25, 1986 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-25

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46 Friday, April 25, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING POST

NOW OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK!

DANNY RASKIN

Sun. Thru Thurs. 5 to 10
Fri. & Sat. 5 to 11

SERVING YOU FOR 7 YEARS IN THE SAME WALNUT LAKE RD. LOCATION

West Bloomfield
2080 Walnut Lake Rd. at Inkster
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - SUN. THRU THURS. 5 to 10, FM. & SAT. 5 to 11

Superb Milk Fed Veal • Fresh Seafood Daily

Served in an authentic traditional New York Italian-style atmosphere

Reservations Suggested For Your Convenience mar Y y our Hostess:
Your Host:
851-2500 after 3 p.m.
Ann Pereny Al Valente

IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!

WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS!

FAMILY RESTAURANT

22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN 7 DAYS • 544-7933
I YOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
(AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!

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FRESH BROILED WHITEFISH A(
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
ROAST FRESH TURKEY u/Dressieg
BABY BEEF LIVER Wfflaims 11 Sacs '
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF au jus
FROG LEGS Roadhouse style
VEAL PARKSAN

REG.
$4.50
$5.65
$4.55
$4.55
$5.75
$6.50
$4.75

REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.
or Greek). POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

8-COURSE

$5.50
$6.65
$5.55
$5.55
$6.75
$7.50
$5.75

BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER
1/2 BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN
BREADED VEAL CUTLET
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
CHOPPED SIRLOIN Wilisskom Sauce
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK

$.COURSE MEAL ACLU ES: AIM OR SOUP, CROICE OF
SALAD, POTATO, MET USE, GREEK READ A STICKS
COFFEE OR TEA, CN E ICE OF DESSERT(Strawberry
Omesocako, utter Pe i gm or Vanilla la Cream, Rlea
Palitag or Jolla)

REG.
$5.25
$3.95
$4.25
$4.55
$6.75
$4.50
$7.50

8-COURSE

$6.25
$4.95
$5.25
$5.55
$7.75

$5.50

$8.50

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CHOPHOUSE
1 "111 ‘.

Proudly Presents

THE BILLY ROSE QUARTET

Every Monday Evening ... 7 p.m. to 12 Mid.

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TWO FLOORS FOR TRULY ELEGANT DINING AWAIT YOU AT
1940 CHOPHOUSE WHERE ONLY THE FINEST FOOD AND
BEVERAGES ARE SERVED. ALL THE BEEF IS CERTIFIED ANGUS
FROM KANSAS, AND ONLY THE FRESHEST, FINEST SEAFOOD
IS ALLOWED. NATURALLY, THE LIQUORS ARE ALL PREMIUM,
AND ONLY FINE WINES BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE ARE
AVAILABLE. UP TO 300 GUESTS ARE SEATED COMFORTABLY
AMID THE SPLENDOR OF THE ART DECO ATMOSPHERE AND
VIEW THE OPEN HEARTH BROILING ON BOTH FLOORS OF
THIS EXQUISITE RESTAURANT. LUNCH - MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY, DINNER - MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.

1940 C JE FF ERSON

MASTERCARD
VISA
AMERICAN EXPRESS

567-1940

AGU
N
S
B EEF

"The ONLY May to be Sore"

FOR OVER 40 YEARS, three
good girlfriends have celebrated
their birthdays together ...
Come whatever ... or wherever
they may be ... Ruth Ash, Shir-
ley Rosenberg and Sylvia Bob-
roff, whose birthdays are each a
few days apart, always meet in
April for their luncheon re-
miniscings ... 25 years ago,
Louise Goldstein joined the'
"clique" ... and also celebrates
with them.
CONGRATS . . . to Dolores
and Max Sheldon . . . on their
35th anniversary.
THEY SAID IT COULDN'T
Be Done Dept. ... Others have
tried and failed ... because they
weren't people like the late Al
Kanfer, his daughter Judye and
son-in-law Larry Glazer.
Started out as Condo Care ...
and became Condo and Home
Care . . . that lets people sleep
nights with a smile ... knowing
the telephone is all they need ...
This worry-free "health plan" for
abodes is really amazing . . . since
there's one sole fee covering all
interior maintenance ... and un-
limited warranty, so to speak,
should anything go wrong with
plumbing, heating, electrical, air
conditioning, etc. . . . Even reg-
ular maintenance inspections ...
Hard to believe that this fee also
includes replacement ... and no
limit on amount of service calls.
Nothing like it anywhere ...
and service agreements are
transferable if people move ...
Transferable service agreements
are almost never the norm ...
Not even charges for hardware
like locks and hinges, kitchen
and bath adjustments, doors and
doorwalls.
Small wonder so many folks
from everywhere are part of the
Condo & Home Care interior re-
pair, replacement and preventive
maintenance program.
There's human health insur-
ance and animal health insur-
ance . . . why not a health plan for
residences? ... it's sort of like
getting an old prescription refil-
led without charge.
CONGRATS ... to Leslie
Wolfe ... on his 22nd birthday.

ON THE MEND DEPT. ...

Sheldon Roth ... recuperating
after heart surgery ... home
from three months in Florida
with wife Blanche.
They report an evening out at
St. George Club in Sarasota,
where long-time local favorite
Carl Steger has been the dining
room attraction since leaving De-
troit area.
Celebrating their first an-
niversary, they took part in
Sarasota County's "Say It Again"
... renewing vows on the beach
with 47 other couples ... Blanche
and Sheldon took prize for couple
married shortest time (one year
and a day).
Venice now has its own Jewish
Community Center, write
Blanche and Sheldon, with pre-
sent membership of 170 families
serving the Greater Venice area.

"Now," they pen, "if the Sarasota
to Ft. Meyers area would just get
a Jewish bakery and Detroit-
style deli, it would be the

Paradise those travel brochures
declare it is."

CONGRATS. . ... to Hy
Blackman ... on his 70th birth-
day . . . in double celebration
while Florida visiting with wife
Ethel ... Their daughter Phylis
graduates with degree in occupa-
tional therapy and will work at
Miami's Mt. Sinai Hospital.
"SPRING FLING" by Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood, May 3,
will be Spaghetti Supper and Au-
ction ... Dinner and silent bid-
ding is 7 p.m. auction 8:15 .. .
with $5 covering the meatless
sauce spaghetti downing.
It's co-chaired by Libby Lavine
and Judy Nolish ... with com-
mittees of (auction) Sandra Bar-
ron, Diana Gould, Mimi Mossoff,
Ellie Natinsky, Barbara Ravitz
and Arlene Selik . . . (supper)
Sharie and Mike Jaffee and
Claire and Art Kretchmer, co-
chairfolks; Renee Eisenberg,
Frida and Bob Markle, Bedonna
and Bob Perrish ... Auctioneers
will be Bill Goldenberg, Art
Kretchmer and Jack Nolish.
The over 100 items all have
names ... like "Dentists's De-
light," 1 pound rich truffles from
Gayle's ... "Splish Splash," Jax
Kar Wash ... "And There Was
Light" custom made lamp from
Lamp Shack ... "No Loafing
Matter" gift certificates to
Baker's Loaf ... "Sensuous Skin"
Tamara gift certificate ... "Han-
gover On A Plate" chocolate
whiskey cake by Arlene Selik
"Wok Right In," Rikshaw Inn gift
certificate ... "Sweet Smooch,"
11-ounce chocolate kiss by
Sandra Barron .. . etc., etc. .
More info, call Judy Nolish,
541-1911 ... or Libby Lavine,
546-0049.
1966 GRADS of Southfield
High still being sought for 20-
year reunion ... Call Elaine
Golob Erdes, 541-8877.
WALKING WITH HER
mother recently at about 5 p.m.,
four-year-old Andrea Bronson,
daughter of Betty and Boris
Bronson, turned to her and said,
"Mommy, look, the man in the
moon put merchuricrome on the
sky."
MANNY VEXLER
of
Michelle Lauren in Windsor tells
of salesman peddling unlisted
Canadian oil stocks trying to
high-pressure a girl who had just
attained stardrom into investing
heavily in his portfolio ... She
insisted she'd have to think the
matter over ... Three days later
the gal phoned him and said,
"I've decided to buy $30,000
worth of your stock." ... "You're
too late," he told her bitterly. "I'm
already in jail."
HAROLD FINEGOOD of
Sarah-Lil remembers this from
• the days when he was a bellhop
years ago at Statler-Hilton in
downtown Detroit ... He had just
ushered lady and gent into a posh
suite and been tipped generously
... "Anything more I can do for
you, sir?" Harold asked . . . "Not a
thing," he was told ... "And how
about your wife?" . . "Thanks for
,raniinding me," said the gent.
"You might bring me a stamp
and picture postcard."

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