100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 16, 1979 - Image 26

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, February 16, 1979

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IF YOU'VE EVER
dreamed of having some-
thing for your home but
couldn't find it, chances are
a place called Ultima in the
Prudential Town Center on
Evergreen and Northwest-
ern can build what already
isn't in stock.
The European and
California ultra-
contemporary look by Ul-
tima has reached out to such
an extent that plus its 2,00a
square feet at Town Center,
a second location with 3,000
square feet is scheduled to
open elsewhere in April.
Most of the pieces from
dining room to kitchen to
bedroom to office are
original design ... cus-
tom manufactured at Ul-
tima's own local factory
... Opened in September
of 1977, the Ultima show-
room at Town Center is
the only one of its kind
anywhere -according to
many who have seen it .. .
Old-type European craft
and quality is combined
with the modern look to
create a window sensa-
tion that many persons in
the building stop to look
at more than once.
The kitchen and bath dis-
plays in particular are quite
gorgeous . . . rounded cor-
ners, elegant and sturdy
hardware, knobs of mag-
nificence.
Ultima architects and
builders have created a wall
system to hold a fish tank,
an executive desk with TV
receiver on top, a bed five
feet in the air and 14 feet
long . . . for a baby that
hadn't been born yet.
Ultima is an experience
whether you buy anything
or not.
25th WEDDING an-
niversary for Sondra and Al
Lichtman, was a surprise
party at Franklin Pointe
Clubhouse . . . with family
and friends joining them on
the dance floor as they
showed off their newly-
learned disco dance steps to
the music and lighting of
the Pro Disco co-owned by
son Gary and Paul
Bensman.
Evening included a "This
is Yo-ur Life" presentation
by Al's brother Bob
Lichtman . . . Sondra's par-
ents, Molly and Leo Furst
came in from Cocoa Beach,
Fla. . . . and brought with
them a pre-recorded tape of
good wishes from family
now residing in Cocoa
Beach . . . Sam and Ann
Woolf, Buddy, Ann and De-
nnis Jacobson, Hy, Betty,
Arnold and Barbara
Lieberman, Lou and Esther
Kozin, and Irv, Minnie,
Warren and Donna Sacks
. . . Maureen and Paul
Stewart sent their message
via -telephone from Ken-
_ newick, Wash. . . . Maureen
was flower girl at Sondra
and Al's wedding.
ALL PROFITS from af-
fair by singles group at Oak

Park Community Center go
to Israel Emergency Fund
. . . monthly dance, Feb. 17
. . . It's called the Rose
Sherer Socialites.
REP. JOE FORBES
writes from Lansing .. .
"All three of my daughters
are promising to add
grandchildren to our happy
family in the next few
months! Right now Rena
and I have one grandchild,
21/2-year-old Jamie Golding
(the• most beautiful, intelli-
gent and wonderful baby in
the recorded history of the
world). Her mother, Rita
(Mrs. Howard Golding), is
expecting about Sept. 1. My
middle daughter, Esty (Mrs.
Michael Lohnberg), is ex-
pecting about three-four
days earlier.
"There's one minor prob-
lem for the proud maternal
grandparents: Rita lives in
Southfield and Esty lives in
San Francisco. We have
considered the possibility of
renting a satellite so we can
be in both places at the same
time, but ruled that out. In-
stead, Grandma Rena will
head for California (at Ri-
ta's insistence) while
Grandpa Joe stays with
Rita.
"Our youngest daughter
is timing things much bet-
ter. Nikki (Mrs. Mark
Segall) is expecting in late
May; with no competition
from her sisters for atten-
tion, both Rena and I will be
on hand for that joyous
event.
"Our joy will be a little
short-lived, though.
Nikki and Mark are
ready to leave the area
for a year while Mark, a
surgeon at Beaumont
Hospital takes a fellow-
ship in surgery at a Min-
nesota hospital.
"It's all getting a little
confusing, but Rena and I
are thrilled at the prospect
of quadrupling our 'assets'
as grandparents in a matter
of a few weeks. And the only
current 'asset,' Princess
Jamie, is very excited about
being senior member of the
`cousins association.' "
DATE OF dinner dance
by Knights of Pythias, De-
troit 55, is March 17 at
Michigan Inn . . . with
music by Sheldon Rott and
wife — songstress Vicki
Carroll.
FORMER MEMBERS
of Sigma Theta Delta Soror-
ity at Wayne State Univer-
sity, 1935 through 1943, are
planning a reunion . . .
Many of the sorority sisters
haven't seen each other in
40 years . . . A luncheon is
being held April 28 . . . Call
641-7083 for reservations.
PEOPLE ... Wanda
Wiggins in personnel at
Michigan Inn, pleasant and
delightful to know . . . Ber-
nard Mond looking good
with his mustache . . . Max
Trager and red vest .. .
Dave Rubin always holding
an unlit cigar.

""<v, -•••■•

Australian Jews
Dedicate Building
at Hebrew Univ.

VINCENZO'S

JERUSALEM — Au-
stralia's Ambassador to Is-
rael Walter P.J. Handmer
praised what he referred to
as "the generosity and
commitment" of the Austra-
lian Friends of the Hebrew
University.
He was speaking at a
ceremony on the universi-
ty's Mount Scopus campus
at which the Blankfield
Political Science Building,
established by the Austra-
lian Friends in honor of
their Federal President, Is-
rael Blankfield, was dedi
cated.
In a subsequent cere-
mony, plaques were un-
veiled on the Wall of Life in
memory of Alan C. Rose, the
late Federal President of
the Australian Friends who
died a year ago in Mel-
bourneat 52, and of Godel
and Fania Korsunski, who
left their estate in Australia
for Jewish education in Is-
rael and Australia.

Bet. 6 & 7 Mi• Rds.

Hebrew College
Selects American

JERUSALEM — Prof.
Marnin Feinstein has been
appointed president of
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew
College in Jerusalem.
Prof. Feinstein, --a senior
member of the Classical
Languages and Hebrew De-
partment of the City Col-
lege of the City University
of New York, recently set-
tled in Israel. A leading
Hebrew language specialist
in the. U.S., Feinstein has
been deeply involved--in re-
searching changes in spo-
ken Hebrew and the influ-
ence of foreign languages_on
its development.

19,000 Drop-Outs

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's Central Bureau of
Statistics reports that nine
percent of Israeli youth
- (19,000) in the 14-17 age
bracket do not attend
school.
Some six percent do not
have a permanent place of
residence and cannot be eas-
ily located.

BE

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

869-5674

Chef Ezzie Holyk

J
am
- cE ~ Er2Es

FEBRUARY
SPECIAL

ALLynIIN
ci EAT

• Baby Frog Legs
• Turtle Soup
• Fresh Seafoods

• Tiny Lake Perch
• Dover Sole
• Steaks & Chops

and other favorites

Now Appearing

KAYE CHAPMAN, vocalist

LUNCH I DINNER
'2.39 I '2.99

Fri. & Sat.
• Cocktails • Luncheons • Dinners

$1.59 I $1.69

DANCING WEDNESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS

• After Hours Menu

Children 3-10

Under 3

FREE

Featuring BOB HAWKINS and HOWARD BENEDICT

272 9 WOODWARD

CARTER HOUSE

-

1 Block North of 11 1/2 Mile Rd.

19731 W. 8 MILE RD.
1 BLK..E. OF EVERGREEN
532-4771

Reservations accepted
Mondays thru Thursdays

411

542-9797



Airlb
4 p, i r
•-. o_w2==
_ AIL 1
. ..„..1"
ffr VW IMP Imp r,4
71

OW 4 10,, mo.

Hugh's

'■■

Join Us For
NA.
A Pleasant Surprise and
Discover That THERE IS A DIFFERENCE!

g

24587 W. 8 MILE RD.

IDB Stock Split •

NEW YORK —
Shareholders of IDB Ban-
kholding Corp. Ltd., at their
general meeting in Tel
Aviv, approved the declara-
tion of a 33 1/3 percent stock
split as recommended by
the board of directors. As a
result of the split, one ordi-
nary share will be issued on
March 30, 1979 for every
three ordinary and/or "B"
shares outstanding of re-
cord Feb. 16.
Holders of the company's
convertible preference
shares will receive the be-
nefits of the stock split upon
conversion of their shares;
the new conversion rate
after the split will be 3.1875
ordinary shares for each
preference share.
The shareholders also re-
solved to increase the com-
pany's authoriied share
capital from IL 2 billion to
IL 2.5 billion, consisting of
an additional 25 million or-
dinary shares.

Fine Dining
and Dancing

2 Blks. W. of Telegraph

557-5570

at
Stephan Becharas'

• Lunches
• Dinners

vZ

\ ‘t11

% AV%

1 411)1
1
1

COMPLETE
SALAD BAR

410

Entertainment
Private Banquet
Facilities

41

19460 W. 10 MILE RD.

Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 1 p.m.-10 p.m.

Large Lighted
Parking

.4 6-6 - •



• • •

••



•JAKKS •


RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
25234
GREENFIELD,
N.
of
10
Mile:

• GREENFIELD CENTER 961-3922 •



MON.-SAT. • •

• DINNERS
5 p.m. to 1 a.m.





• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS •
• MON.-FRI., 11 am. to 3 pin. •



BY SPECIAL REQUEST
OPEN SAT. NOON & SUN.
FOR PRIVATE PARTIES







.dae(awre'

.





(1 BIk. E. of Evergreen)

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

I days a week

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials - . .
Different Each Day

—Hours-

MON.-THURS. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.




PIANO BAR

• ENTERTAINMENT •
• MON. THRU SAT. •

•• • • • • • • • • • •

ALL DAY!

THIS SUNDAY ONLY

VEAL PARMIGIANA or PRIME RIB

COMPLETE WITH: SALAD-, SOUP, SPAGHETTI,
BREADSTICKS, BREAD & BUTTER

1

TUESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS

WITH ALL DINNERS

ANTIPASTO

INCL. SHRIMP & ALASKAN KING CRAB
PLUS ... OUR OWN HOUSE POTATO,
SOUP, SALAD & SPAGHETTI

$

WE ALSO SERVE CHOICE
COCKTAILS & WINES

9S

PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES AVAILABLE

INQUIRE NOW

8410 N. TELEGRAPH, ust South of Joy Rd. 565 4848

-

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan