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November 08, 2002 - Image 123

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-08

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gracious host and hostess couple than
Bob and Marilyn Tringali.
Everyone was asked to come to their
home dressed for a cocktail party ...
and bring the appetizers they would
most like to have ... It was a wonder-
ful idea ... and certainly more than
enough good food to eat from the
bountiful table.
Bob set the dress pace by wearing
the tuxedo he says he rarely wears ...
and this was a good chance to get
some use out of it.
Birmingham tailor Dino
Mitropoulos ... who bemoans the way
some men are dressing these days ...
would have been thrilled ... Almost all
the fellows wore jackets and ties ... A
couple of sweaters and no jacket
looked very much out of place ... The
girls were all striking.
A lot of dancing ... oodles of conge-
niality and laughter ... with Marilyn
and Bob making certain that their love
of fun rubbed off on everyone.
LATEST WORD IS that when the
recently sold Excalibur reopens, it may
be as a Mexican restaurant of sorts ... If
so, it would probably be as an upscale
South-of-the-Border operation.
One of the new owners, Gianni
Belsito, has the high-end Il Posto
Ristorante just north of 12 Mile ... so it
is hardly reasonable that he would com-
pete with himself ... and open another
such Italian restaurant nearby, across
Northwestern Hwy. in Southfield.

SAYS

"THANK YOU"

IN A BIG WA

YOUR COMPLETE M
CHOICE OF
ENTREES

• 2 Lamb Chops
• Broiled Whitefish
• Pasta Primavera
• Veggie Trio

(Spinach pie, mousaka, pastitsio)

• Lamb or Chicken Kabob
• Chicken Stir-fry
• Lamb Shank
• Petite Filet Mignon
• Chicken Breast Filet

UNDERSTANDING BRING
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together a better relationship ...
Ignorance destroys it.
This is why intelligent and sensible
Jewish and Chaldean people realize the
importance of a mutual togetherness.
The recent Chaldean Federation of
America 21st Anniversary Dinner &
Awards Banquet ... Its 10th annual ...
showed the friendship that grows
when Jews and Chaldeans have only
one thing to prove ... That the true
meaning of peace is being together in
happiness.
Community-ices like Sen. Carl
Levin, brother Rep. Sandy Levin,
Marvin Yagoda, Bernie Smilovitz,
Judge Susan Moiseev, Dr. Ezra Shaya,
etc. ... sharing laughter with Jimmy
George, Saad Marouf, Norman
Dabbish, brother Will Dabbish, etc. ...
were among the more than 600 atten-
dees at Southfield Manor.
•And few bring a better happy
togetherness feeling than guest speaker
Ernie Harwell ... with his great voice,
anecdotes and wonderful personality.
MORE AWARDS for Big Buck
Brewery & Steakhouse in Auburn
Hills ... Gold and bronze were medals

All Meals Include:

• Grecian Peas & Rice or
Oven-Browned Potatoes
• Greek or Tommy's
or Dinner Salad
• Coffee or Hot Tea
• Bread Basket

No Substitutions

• No splitting or sharing
• No Carry-out Orders
• No Coupons With This Special
• Not valid for parties over 10
• Offer expires 11/26/02

Choice Dates Still
Available For Your
Holiday Party
In Our Banquet
Facilities for up to
300 people

Reservations A Must
For Our Annual

Call Artie
248-737-8600

Thursday, Nov. 28
1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Thanksgiving
Buffet

6199 Orchard Lake Road (North of Maple) West Bloomfield 248-737-8600

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