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

March 02, 1979 - Image 26

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, March 2, 1919

Modern Thinkers
Topic o f Lecture

Danny Raskin's

_

LISTENING
POST

ACCORDING TO Ray
Abrams of Cushion 'n Cue,
about 1 /3 of the U.S. popula-
tion plays pool or billiards
. . . Ray says the old-time
stigma of pool has long since
gone and today's tourna-
ments pit super stars aginst
each other in games of acute
skill.
When Ray told one person
that pool playing has more
participants than soccer or
bowling, the other laughed
. . . especially at the bowling
... That is, until Ray said,
"How many people do you
know with bowling alleys in
- their home?" . . . The gent
slowly slanted his head and
furrowed his eyebrows as if
to say, "Hey, never thought
of that!"
THAT THREE-DAY
DEAL in Las Vegas, being
given as the grand prize at
Cong. Bnai, Moshe Men's
Club Las Vegas Night,
March 10, isn't a small time
thing . . . It's a real biggie at
one of Vegas' finest hotels
on the strip . . . and all ex-
penses paid.
TOTAL OF 1,457 re-
tarded, crippled, leukemia
and indigent guys 'n gals
will be taken to the Shrine
Circus by Crescent Shrine
Club, March 29 . . . Makes
me mighty proud to be the
chairman . . . very ably as-
sisted by hard-workers
Sonny Goldstein, Norm
Kleinman and Norm Silets.
THIS IS THE 20th year
of Hillel Day School . . . and
commemorating its an-
niversary, the annual
fund-raising event program
book will be dedicated to the
school's past presidents.
March 31, 8:30, at Ford
Auditorium is Hillel's big
concert with comedian Alan
King and Israeli singing
star Ruthi Navon.
Proceeds as always will
provide scholarships to
Jewish kids who want a day
school education . . . Hillel
has never turned any child
away . . . For ticket info call
the school, 851-2394 or
851-2398 . . . Bluma Siegal
is concert chairman.
CHECKS HONORING
THE memory of recently
deceased young man Jimmy
Caplan may be made out to
United Jewish Charities,
James S. Caplan Fund, and
sent to former Detroiter Irv-
ing Caplan, 3364 Stanley
Rd. Akron, Ohio.
Rd.,
THE
WINTER in Florida with
wife Lena, Moe Miller has
been sent a "Resolution of
Tribute" from the Michigan
Senate on his retirement,
the sale of his accounting
business and continuance of
work as a corporate attor-
ney.
NATURALLY HE'LL
be there, but Ruth and Mil-
ton Klein are still hoping
son Sheldon shows up for his
Bar Mitzva, Saturday, at
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
. . . instead of going bowling
. . . his favorite sport and
first love . . . Sheldon has

ft •

been known to skip lessons
to do some kegling . . . but
Ruth and Milt are betting
he has a perfect score on his
day of manhood . . . in the
synagogue.
A FEW OF THE people
at party for Southfield
Councilwoman Vicki
Goldbaum ... Sandy Cogan
telling of wonderful things
done by Adat Shalom
member Herb Gordon,
owner of Zip Printing on
Southfield, south of 12 Mile
. . . Bob Kale and Bill Mar-
tin of Diamond Market on
12 Mile, east of Northwest-
ern . . . Bob talking of open-
ing four more markets —
making the total seven .. .
Bill is Bob's manager on 12
Mile . . . Big Sam Lieber-
man and Jack Hertz talking
of their basketball days at
Lawrence Tech . . . Jack was
a guard when they didn't
have to be giants like today.
REUNION SCHED-
ULED for April in Los
Angeles will be of Cen-
tral High graduates from
1946, 1952 and 1953 . . . If
any Detroiter plans on
attending or knows names
and addresses of grads liv-
ing in California, Nevada or
Arizona, write to Joan Fel-
sot (Norman) 22231 Bur-
bank Blvd., Woodland Hills,
Calif. 91367, (213) 883-8761
. . . or Eleanor Botney (Cul-
lin) 4235 Goyle- Dr., Tar-
zana, Calif. 91356, (213)
996-3915.
NOTE TO organizations
in the community . . . When
planning an affair, it would
be wise to clear your date
with the Jewish Commu-
nity Council if you want a
crowd . . . No sense groups
bucking each other on the
same night.
PEOPLE ... Bob
Weitzman and his cowboy
hat . . . Carl Steger at Jakks
playing piano with picture
of family always in front of
him ! .. His is among the
most unusual acts in town
. . . a one-of-a-kind type .. .
Harold Sherline with shirt
and tie . . . the tie seldom
closed . . . Barry Grant a
CPA with Leventhal and
Horwath . . . Willie Ber-
kowitz improving as a "wai-
ter" . . . Chuck Fields a
sharp dresser . . . Hard to
believe that Betty and Les
Rynek have been married
38 years . . . Dr. Manny
Sheldon a physician at Ford
Rouge Plant . . . taking care
of whatever work related in-
juries may occur to any of
the over 25,000 employees
. . . Hilda and Jack Erman
one of the nicest-looking
couples around . . . seem-
ingly blended for each
other.

Unit for Disabled
Hosts Circus Day

The Metropolitan Society
for Crippled Children and
Adults will sponsor the
opening day matinee of the
Shrine Circus 1:30 p.m.
March 16 at the State Fair
Coliseum.

Rabbi Sherwin Wine.-
spiritual leader of the Bir-
mingham Temple and di-
rector of the Center for New
Thinking, will speak on
"Great Modern Thinkers —
How They Can Change Our
Lives," 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Royal Oak YWCA.
There is a charge.
Rabbi Wine will speak on
"Arabs and Jews" 10 a.m.
Tuesday in the Somerset
Mall Auditorium. There is a
charge.
The center will sponsor a
forum 10 a.m. Thursday in
the Baldwin Library in
Birmingham on "Behavior
Modification." There is a
charge.
For information, call the
Center for New Thinking,
546-8928, afternoons.

Labor to Invite
Anwar Sadat?

TEL AVIV (JTA) — If a
peace treaty is signed by the
summer, when the Labor
Party intends to hold its in-
ternational seminar on
Middle East affairs at Beth
Berl, President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt will be in-
vited to participate.
This was announced over
the weekend as Labor Party
chairman Shimon Peres
was preparing to leave for
Lisbon to participate in Por-
tugal's Socialist Party con-
vention.

-

1:

It r it I t

W ,

Retardation Is Focus of Events

March has been desig-
nated by the National Asso-
ciation for Retarded Citi-
zens as Mental Retardation
Month.
This year local chapters of
the Association for Re-
tarded Citizens have chosen
religious gi'‘owth and ac-
ceptance as the theme of
their public awareness
campaign.
On the weekend of March
9-11 or March 16-18 local
churches and synagogues
throughout the Detroit
metropolitan area will be
observing Mental Retarda-
tion Sabbath/Sunday.
This is an awareness
project designed to help ac-
quaint clergy, congrega-

Dutch Minister
Hits Definition

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Arie Pais, the Dutch Minis-
ter of Education, has writ-
ten to the publishers of the
widely used Dutch dictio-
nary, "Koenen Endepols,"
on the way it defines the
term Jew.

Pais, who is Jewish, wrote
that complaints have
reached him that the defini-
tion in the dictionary pre-
sents a negative image of
the Jew. He expressed hope
that a later edition of the
dictionary would provide a
more positive definition of
the term Jew.

tions and the general public
with the presence and needs
of the mentally retarded
persons and their families
within their constituency,
neighborhood and commu-
nity.

1. ,

JAKKs • •

•• • • • • • • • • • •







RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

25234 GREENFIELD, N. o f 10 Mile.
:GREENFIELD CENTER 961-3922 •



4,

_

COUNTRY INN

• DINNERS MON.-SAT. ••

5 p.m. to 1


• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS •

• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN
• ITALIAN DISHES

— BEER

& WINE-

45199 CASS• UTICA
731-4440

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

Bet. 6 1, 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

• •



"In The Big Red House"




MON.-FRI., 11 am. to 3 pm. •

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







PIANO BAR

• ENTERTAINMENT •
• MON. THRU SAT. •
• • • • • • • • • • •

BEEF 'n BIRD

FAMILY BUFFET

27411 SOUTHFIELD (3 BLKS. N. OF 11 MILE) 559-1091

COMPLETE DAILY SPECIALS

ALL DAY--LUNCH OR DINNER

RELISH BAR FREE

R 1 AST
TURKEY

s W/DRES3 SIN5 G

Tues., Thurs., Sat. & Sun.

$2.45

BROILED
HADDOCK

ROAST BEEF \
PLATE

SERVED 1 DAYS

SERVED 1 DAYS

1
$2 1 ° $2°

GREEK SALAD AND SPINACH PIE DAILY

OPEN 7 DAYS, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

IF MS MARCH,
THIS MUST BE
PRIME RIB.

March is the month. And prime rib is the special event. On Friday and Saturday nights
at L. J. Loophole's.
That's a complete prime rib dinner we're talking about. A nice, thick cut of tender
prime rib of beef au jus, along with soup, salad, fresh rolls and butter, a steaming baked
potato and dessert. All for just $7.95. That's what makes it so special.
John Williams' piano arrangements are worth the price alone. And we'll be
featuring a different weekend special event each month. So, every
month you'll have something special to look forward to.
At L. J. Loophole's.

L.J.Loopholds

Restaurant and Bar
Food for your habeas corpus
in the Sheraton-Southfield Hotel, 17017 W. Nine Mile Road at 1-696, Southfield
Reservations suggested. Please call 557-4800

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan