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September 29, 1978 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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46 Friday, September 29, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VINCENZO'S

Danny Raskin's

Italian-American Cuisine

LISTENING
POST

A FIRST FOR ANY
Hadassah group is the re-
cent selection of Far-
mington and Heights
organizations of Hadassah
by WDIV-TV (formerly
WWJ-TV) for a town meet-
ing panel and question and
answer session, Oct. 31, at
Sutton Place club house, W.
Nine Mile . . . 12 noon
lunch.
It will be their opening
meeting and feature
WDIV-TV's vice president
and general manager, Jim
Lynagh, and his staff.
Chairpersons of the pro-
gram are . . . Joyce Dorfman
and Margo Klein . . . Far-
mington lassies have two
presidents, Sadye Kovinsky
and Edith Cooper . . . Lois
Nelson leads the Heights
gals by herself.
TERRY NOSAN -had a
hole-in-one- recently on the
eighth hole at Shenandoah
Country Club . . . but Jerry
Katz never got to see it .. .
He had to leave before his
brother-in-law guest scored
the ace.
JIM ATNIP, owner of
Jim & Harvey's Standard
Service Station on W. Nine
Mile & Evergreen, haA re-
ceived a plaque for out-
standing 1978 service .. .
"Recognized By His Retail
Customers For Outstanding
Driveway Service, This
Dealer Has Been Voted
Dealer Of The Year" .. .
Votes were sent in to
Standard on balloting made
by its charge customers.
MISSY MILLER, about
14- or 15-years-old, has
raised over $17,000 to date
for Muscular Dystrophy .. .
This year, she brought in
$4,835.50 . . . Missy does
her phenomenal bit very
simply . . . no big shindigs or
fanfares . . . just through
solicitation of merchants in
the Oak Park area . . . and
standing in front of super-
markets :. . Plaudits galore
to this young gal .. : and
thanks to Bob Katz of
Thrifty Insurance for tel-
ling about her.
GEORGE KARA-
BENICK won first prize,
a set of golf clubs, in
the Kiwanis- Labor Day
"Closest To The Hole" con,
test at Evergreen Golf
Course . . . George came
within 11 inches of the
seventh cup.-
WHILE ROSE AND
LEW Kruger spent a month
in Israel this summer, they
attended Friday night serv-
ices with her cousin Odon at
the synagogue in Natanya
... When they returned,
Lew told Ruth that he
prayed extra hard for rain
in Israel during their 100-
degree stay . . . The follow-
ing morning, it poured in
Jerusalem and Natanya .. .
A few days later, the rains
came again . . . and even in
Eilat it not only poured but
there was a hail storm .. .
the first ever recorded there
. . . Prior to all this happen-
ing, Lew dreamed it would

rain for 30 days . . . Of
course it didn't, but many
people there were glad
when Lew left . . . Who
knows — he might have con-
jured up a flood!

SOUTHFIELD JUDGE

coming out of the Southfield
Athletic Club on Evergreen,
should know better than to
park in a "Handicapped
Parking" space.
IT WAS 35 years since
Ruth Shapiro and Harold
Weiss were wed at Aber-
deen Proving Grounds dur-
ing World War II on Sept. 23
. . . Ruth asked Harold what
he'd like to do or where to go
for their 35th anniversary
and he said, "I want to get
married to you all over
again. Let's book a rabbi!"

REUNION OF 1927-
1931 graduates of Com-

merce High is planned for
Sept. 29 at Botsford Inn .. .
cocktails and dinner .. .
Contact Larry Ziff, KE
3-6999.

KAREN ROBINSON,

daughter of Blanche and
Roger Robinson, and Art
Robinson's granddaughter,
is vice president of opera-
tions at Ark West bowling
lanes, Northwestern Hwy.
south of 12 Mile . . . and has
seen some pretty weird
things while there . . . Im-
agine a woman throwing
the ball while standing
sideways and everybody
stating to yell "Duck!" .. .
or a fellow getting his
thumb stuck in the ball and
almost hitting the head pin
. . . with his head! .. .
Karen's high game is 139
and her low-89 (she wants to
forget about that 49 she had
back in 1969). -
A lot of fun at Ark West is
watching the six year olds
in a league by themselves
. . . Even some of the moms
and dads we've seen could
take lessons from some of
the kiddies.

HY LEWIS WRITES .. .

"Barry Rosenfeld, the un-
disputed No. 1 Frank
Sinatra fan of Michigan,
agreeably surprised to get a
telegram from Frank just
before this last concert here
with congrats for their 13th
wedding anniversary . . .
Barry and Barbara were so
elated they went out to get a
frame for the 'wire' to go
along with every album
Sinatra ever made, photos
and other memorabilia that
will grace 'Frank Sinatra
Room' in their soon-to-be-
completed home."

Named to Post

NEW YORK — Max
Dunetz, a program . coor-
dinator with the depart-
ment of education and cul-
ture of the World Zionist
Organization, American
Section will assume the post
of supervisor in charge of
special programMing for
disadvantaged children
with the Ministry of Educa-
tion, Jerusalem.

18211 JOHN R

Bet. 6

1, 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

, M1.111/

May 14e

BIEN VEND

C oming

Year

e rin9 Peace

and Jlealth

a All

NEW

HELLAS

CAFE

583 MONROE

CHINA
GATE

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You and that someone special can savor
the - exciting Gallic haute cuisine
of France without leaving
Troy, U.S.A.
Wicker Works' master chefs
have prepared
such culinary pikes de resistance
as Steak au Poivre (Sauteed
Pepper-Coated Steak with Cognac
Flavored Sauce)
or Filets de Sole Marguery
_ (Filets of Sole with Mussels,
Shrimp and White Wine Sauce).
Live music, too!
From $9.50.
Reservations strongly advised.
Friday,
29th September.
Dinner served from
6 to 10 p.m.

IS OPEN AT
Pine Lake Mall

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG-LAKE
& LONE PINE

851-5540

BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY
NEW YEAR

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS & PATRONS

Sincere Best Wishes
For A "Happy, Healthy
And Peaceful
New Year"!

[

innan rum

Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

Mtn

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
and Family

Of

IRVING'S

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Restaurant-Delicatessen

27165 Greenfield, 1 BIk. N. of 11 Mile

Join In Extending Most Sincere
.Wishes For A Joyful

New Year

- May the call of the Shofar herald
a message of peace for the
- entire world.

CHUCK
JOSEPH'S
PLACE FOR STEAK

19172 Grand River
535-0495
and
2555 W. 12 Mile
399-6750

We thank you for your gracious
patronage . . . and most sincerely
wish the very best in health,
happiness, joy and prosperity to all

We Will Be Closed

Sun., Oct. 1 at 3 p.m., Mon., Oct. 2 and Tues., Oct. 3
Reopening Wed., Oct. 4 as usual
Mon., Oct. 9, Tues., Oct. 10 and Wed., Oct. 11
Reopening Thurs., Oct. 12 as usual

ANNOUNCING OUR-NEW REGULAR HOURS

TUESDAYS THRU SUNDAYS, 6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Closed Mondays

559-1380

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