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June 10, 1988 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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Ermanno & Liz Lazzari

"I love the Linguine
Buconiera" .. .
Jack McCarthy,
Channel 7 "Friday Feast"

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BUY ONE DINNER
GET SECOND DINNER AT I/2 PRICE

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

• Menu Items Only

Open Tues.-Fri.
12 noon-9 p.m.

• With Ad

LUNCH SPECIALS

Tues.-Fri.

It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
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Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
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THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

A

fter 15 years on the
links, Marian Kantor
finally got the hole-in-
one she always dreamed
about . . . Was on the Pine
Knob Golf Course's 157-yard
seventh hole . . . with
Marian's driver raised in
stunned disbelief . . . playing
with hubby Dr. Sheldon Kan-
tor and Judith and Bob
Bloom . . . "She's still easy to
live with," says Sheldon.
"DON'T MAKE me older
before my time!" exclaims
Lou Warshaw's frau, Ellen
. . . And so the errata that her
son, David Wolfe, had his 28th
birthday, not 40th.

together on June 22 in San
Diego, Calif.

GET WELL wishes . . . to
Buddy Nathanson . . .
recuperating at home after
his hospital stay.
EVER SEE chocolate
shaped like a shirt and tie
combination? . That's what
Ron Elkus' Shirt Box in
Southfield is selling to assist
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of
Michigan . . . They'll get $2
from every piece sold for $5.

HARRY ADAMS,

building supervisor of Temple
Beth El, was recently honored
at a luncheon after com-
COMPARE ANYWHERE! ... IF YOU WANT THE BEST - GIVE US A TEST!
pleting
40 years' service to
DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE
OPEN 7 DAYS-SUN..THURS 11.10 1
Temple Beth El . . . Members
of the temple staff plus
WHOLE
members of the board of
BROASTED
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY
h iC41113111S
FRI-SAT. 11.11 I
OR
trustees attended.
party for Harry Miller on his
BAR-B-Q
In paying tribute to him,
70th was celebrated with
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz said,
CHICKEN
MILES
about 90 relatives and friends
"Harry Adams served at the
FOR 2
75.
hosted
by Harry's children
sr.511
old temple on Woodward and
Wifil
$795
and grandchildren . . . plus
w
Gladstone for 25 years and at
118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK
wife, Peggy . . . As usual,
our Telegraph Road temple
entertainment was provided
544-1211
for 15 years. This new temple
QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!
L
by all the "Miller Kids" and
belongs to Harry Adams as
the duo of Paul Greenberg
much as to any member."
COUPON
from Pittsburg and Peggy.
WAS WONDERING when
Formerly of
MERCHANTS of the
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
8 Mile & Mack,
Boardwalk Shopping Center o f Fame would get around to
Grosse Pointe Woods
on Orchard Lake Rd. in West t he late Sam Bishop,

Bloomfield raised $3,100 for
Awarded No. 1 Pizza
1 ongtime legendary football,
in
Children's Hospital in Detroit
b aseball and track coach at
FAMILY DINING & PIZZA
Grosse Pointe Woods
. . . by selling the hospital's
Northwestern High . . . Sam
27641 JOHN R., 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF 11 MILE RD. IN FARNUM SHOPPING PLAZA
"Caring
for Kids" T-shirts w ill be inducted Nov. 7 at
Madison Heights
during the weekend of May C ongregation Shaarey Zedek,
21 . . . Nice going guys and
a long with tennis star
• Broiled or Baked Rainbow Trout
$595
gals.
L eonard Brose and table ten-
OPEN
7
DAYS
SECOND ANNUAL Ser- n is champ Chuck Burns ..
• 1 /2 Slab of Our Famous Bar-B-Q Ribs ..
vice Auction by Cong. B'nai
S6 95 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.
TV personality Monte Hall
Moshe, "Sherut '88," is this
• Veal Parmesan
wr 11 do the emcee chores.
Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at the
$495 NO BOOZE .
Sam was born Sam Golds-
synagogue on W. 10 Mile in
• Lasagna
tein
in Benton Harbor . . .
Oak Park.
$475 JUST GOOD FOOD!
and a football and baseball
Includes: Choice of Soup or Salad, Pot. or Veg. or Spaghetti and Bread Basket
A service auction is just
star in his own right, both at
that . . . where services, skills
FULL DINING MENU • HOMEMADE SOUPS • HOMEMADE PIES • MANY HOMEMADE SPECIALTIES
high school and college levels
or talents are auctioned off
YOU ENJOYED US BEFORE . . . YOU'LL ENJOY US EVEN MORE NOW!
. . . When Sam retired in
L
JN
. . . Some valuable goodies are
1968, his football teams at
also thrown in, like an
Northwestern High had won
autographed Detroit Pistons'
six city championships and
basketball, kosher wines,
two state titles . . . Sam's
Steve Yzerman's Red Wings
baseball and track squads
OPEN 7 DAYS
jersey, American flag that
also captured championships
flew over U.S. Capitol in
Family Dining
. and he is enshrined in the
Washington, D.C., etc.
ichigan Sports Hall of
27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE
There'll be both a live auc-
559-8222
Fa me.
tion at 8 p.m. and a silent auc-
THE TEACHER asked,
tion before at 6:30 p.m. . . . $6
"Irving, is the world round or
includes hors d'oeuvres, door
flat?" . . . "Neither," said Irv-
_Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
prizes, wine and beverage.
ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST
ing firmly . . . "How can that
CONGRATS. . . . to Jodi
be?" asked the teacher ..
and David Wolfe on their an-
"Because my father says it's
niversary . . . to former
crooked!"
Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. .
Detroiters Anita and Phil
.. WITH SOUP OR SALAD, RICE OR POTATOES
DON'T FORGET . . .
Gray on their 40th anniver-
Father's Day is just around
• American & Lebanese
sary . . . and to ex-localites
the corner . . . June 19 is the
• Daily Specials
Nettie
and Lee Hoffman on
date . . . Still can't unders-
ANYBODY! ANY AGE! DINNER SPECIALS
their 41st anniversary . . .
NO COUPON
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
tand why Mother's Day is big-
(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)
The Grays and Hoffmans now
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
gest day of the year for
NECESSARY!
live in Tuscon, Ariz. and will
restaurants . . . and Father's
celebrate their anniversaries
Day is just so-so.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1988

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