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February 22, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-22

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NY Playwright
at Oakland U.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

VINCENZO'S

POST

Italian-American Cuisine

Herbert Appleman of New
York, newest member of the
Oakland University Depart-
ment of English, joined the
faculty this winter to teach
a course in imaginative writ_
ing for the theatre.
Appleman's qualifications
include an EMMY award in
1965 for ". . . . And Suddenly
You're Alone," and a New
York Television and Film
Festival Silver Medal in 1966
for "A Simple Case." Both
were television documen-
taries. He won the 1971-72
American Playwright's Thea-
ter Contest for his play, "A
Perfect Gentleman."
Appleman wrote pre-1960
radio scripts for the "Bob
and Ray" show, and he later
joined CBS-TV, first as a
public affairs writer, then as
a writer of documentaries.
He- is now concentrating on
screenplay writing.
His credits include 18 tele-
vision plays and documen-
taries. One play, "Unfair to
Goliath," was produced off-
Broadway. He has had one
book, "When Two Becomes
Three," published by Holt,
Winston and Rinehart.
Appleman had previous
teaching experience in the
division of adult education at
New York University.
He holds a BA degree from
Harvard University, an MA
from Columbia University
and he has held a special
playwriting fellowship at Yale
University School of Drama.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, Feb. 22, 1974

* SEAFOOD
* COCKTAILS
* STEAKS
* PARTY CATERING

DOWNTOWN YPSILANTI, MICH.
Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank

"DINE THEM OUT TONIGHT"

HERE'S WHERE TO BRING THE FAMILY WHEN YOU
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OPEN SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS
482-8200
483-8201
For Resv. Call

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MORE THAN 25 CLOSE- member in Oak Park, en-
knit friends of State Rep. Joe thused about the gracious re-
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
Forbes had brunch at Stouf- spect received from the OP
869-5674
fer's Northland Inn recently . male council members . . .
. . . to meet informally and H e r diversified communal
• r•
break bread together in - interests in past years have
preparation for Joe's oncom- paid off with. dividends in
ing campaign for re-election her governmental role . . .
to his 67th District post . . . Judge Norman Feder telling
No need to talk about what about the chief magistrate of
that has made this eating place famous for years!
ALL YOU
Joe has been doing in Lan- Canada being Jewish . . .
Come relax in an atmosphere of great charm
while you enjoy Northwood Inn's famous
sing . . . Old-timers call it Sam. Greenblatt, "Mr. Oak
CAN EAT
friendly service. The same appetiz-
quite incredible for a new- Park Hockey," out of the hos-

WITH EVERY
ing food served for 30 years.
pital
with
back
trouble
.
.
.
corner
thrust
into
the
arena
LUNCH OR
Known for delicious frog legs
of hardened political gladia- Al Selick a n d Southfield
especially ... also excellent
DINNER ENTREE.
tors and coming up so strong Mayor Donald Fracassi re-
seafood, steaks and chops.
. . . Joe's meeting included newing old acquaintances of
Truly a dining experience
you'll long remember!
head government guys 'n many years.
7 Mi. & MIDDLEBELT
gals from Southfield and Oak
• COCKTAILS & DANCING NIGHTLY
AL KRAMER is practically
477-2686
Park as quipster Joe batted set to return to the political
• BANQUET FACILITIES
• •
.1000 in introducing every- scene in the next election .. .
Our Famous Brunch Every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
body with his rhetoric flair Former member of the State
. . . His biggie cocktail party Legislature, Al will make his
W tT E
is set for May 9 at the bid for U.S. Congress in the
Raleigh- House.
ACTION
18th Congressional District
STEVE COOPER, South- race.
BERKLEY
WOODWARD AT 1 1'h MILE
field councilman, told Oak
HOUR GLASS
NICE
SCENE
.
.
.
having
Park Councilman Sid Shayne
Closed Mondays
544 7770
All authority belongs to the
k.;
18800 W. McNichols
of seeing a car parked with all youngsters make .up the people.—Thomas Jefferson.
6 Blks. W. of Southfield
head
table
.
.
.
at
Bar
Mitzva
two bumper stickers on it
5384850
. . . "Ghoul Power" and "Sid of Neil Merzin, son of Shirley
f1
Shayne" . . . and wanted to and Aaron Merzin, recently
• Besimessimes•s Imsdleons
• Csagiiete Dinners
know
if they had anything at Cong. Beth Abraham-
• Imre Facilities
Hillel . . . Hit of the affair
to
do
with
each other.
DANCING
CHARLOTTE ROTH- was gorgeous little Faye Bil-
TUES.-SAT.
STEIN, getting her feet wet let, 14-month-old daughter of
LENNIE SCHICK
as the first woman council Doreen and Marvin Billet,
who danced and pranced in
her pretty little dress . . .
Minnie Sacks came in from
Cocoa Beach to be with hubby
Irving at the Bar Mitzva . .
and we fin- ally had a piece
of halva with her . . . brought
to us from the sweet table
by Sandra Lichtman (Al)
who no doubt felt we
shouldn't let a piece of halva
come between our 35-year
friendship ... (Thanks,
Sandra, but we still want
some of what Minnie took at
the C. B. wedding!)
NOTE TO SAM RUDACK
. . . regardless of what you
A SERVICE MARK OF FARRELL S. INC
say, a brown jacket with
brown tie just doesn't go with
and
blue slacks . . . Poor excuse
that wife Muriel was sleep-
ing . . . Group of guys 'n gals
in the 40- and 50-year-old age
bracket felt need for what
they call "the in-betweens"
. . . and are named the Cam-
Kids love birthday parties at Farrell's!
araderie Club . . . Have been
Moms too, 'cause we do all the work!
meeting over a year and
don't turn away those older
Ice cream, cakes, party favors, fun for
or belonging to other organi-
everyone! Call for info about Farrell's
zations . . . Fine tribute to
famous birthday party packages.
Ruth and Max Sosin . . . the
planting of a woodland (2,500
trees) in their honor, March
11, at Cong. Bnai David . . .
Also A Complete Menu for Your Selection
by Landsmanshaften of Jew-
11 a.m. til 10:30 p.m., Mon. thru Thurs.
ish National Fund . . . Can-
Serving .• .
11 a.m. til 1 :00 a.m., Fri. and Sat.
— Daily Hours—
tors Hyman Adler of Bnai
12 Noon till 10:30 p.m. Sun.
• Breakfast
Open Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
David and Louis Klein of
• Lunch
Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Congregation Bnai Moshe
will give out with song . . .
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
• Dinner
and we've got a broken down
t
Also Featuring A
ll
penny that says Max will,
COMPLETE SANDWICH MENU
too . . . (can't picture any
Dine in a casual but
402 W. 14 MILE RD.
28285 SOUTHFIELD RD.
In front of Oakland Mall
1 BIk. N. of 12 Mile
a f f a ir he's at that Max
Elegant atmosphere
585-2860
354-4969
doesn't do something.)

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