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June 22, 1979 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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Antomonmwow

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

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IMAGINE A WIFE not
wanting to take an all-
expense-paid trip vacation
to Hawaii with her husband
. . . That's the case with
Linda Nudell, whose hubby,
Howard, has been there a
couple of times and goes
again in October (he's a
Hawaii visitor every three
or four months) . . . Howard
is designing a house in Hilo
. . . However, Linda prefers
to stay home with their
three daughters, Sheri,
10 1/2; Tammy, 5; and Wendi,
7, whose June 3 birthday
was same date as dad's.
Howard designs homes,
auto dealerships, stores, etc.
. . . traveling all over the
country . . . and is not only
among the tops in his pro-
fession . . . but also a highly
accomplished garage door
repairer . . . which he does
on the side.
ONE DOWN, two to go,
as they vote in the State Se-
nate . . . and the same with
House Majority leader, Rep.
Joe Forbes, as daughter
Nikki and Dr. Mark Segall
make him and Rena
grandparents for the second
time (first was a daughter to
Rita and Howard Golding)
. . . Nikki and Mark's son is
named Jeremy . . . and get
this for a middle name —
Forbes . . . End of August
will be Rita again . . . and
Esty Lohnberg (Michael).

FRANKLIN CLUB

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Apartments on Franklin
and Beck Roads, will host
an Independence Day cele-
bration, June 30, 4 to 8 p.m.
. . . with an outside bar-b-q
. . . games, prizes, etc. .. .
including a pie-eating con-
test for the youngsters .. .
All senior citizens and their
families . . . regardless
where they live . . . are in-
vited at no charge . . . Ann
Middlestatt and Bob Gil-
lette are heading the shin-
dig.
JUNE 11 MEANS a lot
to Sally and Max Reisman
. . . It was their anniversary
. . . they became great-
grandparents this year to
Elizabeth Ann, daughter of
Link and Jody Wachler .. .
and same date in 1977 were
made grandparents to
Melissa Beth, daughter of
Barry and Barbara Grant.
NEW SPOT recently
opened by Al and Sema
Lazar on 14 Mile and
Franklin, called the Gold
Gallery, has a unique idea
. . . There's a scale in front of
the customer and gold
things are sold as it is
measured by the ounce .. .
at low prices the Lazars are
noted for.
KAGGIE GLAZER of
Accents Unlimited on
Greenfield, is back in the
swing of business after a
16-day hospital stay.
CONGRATS ... to
Nathan and Irene Light on
their eighth anniversary.

THE VARIETY CLUB

International has reac-
tivated its women's group in

Detroit through efforts of
Fran Blechman (Al) .. .
helping deprived and
handicapped chi: :-en .. .
New members a_e being
sought to help carry on the
work.
ESTHER LOVER, re-
cently in town with hubby
Allen and their five chil-
dren (another two are in Is-
rael) is starting a De-
troiter's Club in the
Phoenix, Ariz., area .. _
Give her a call there at
991-5869 or 991-1401 . . . or
write to Esther at 6546
Camino Santo, Scotsdale,
Ariz., 85254.

"ART IN THE
SQUARE" is presentation

in Applegate Square, June
29 and 30 from 10 to 5, and
July 1, 12 noon to 5 . . . Free
. . . with ceramicists, pain-
ters, glass blowers, weavers
and stained glass makers.
WELL, FOLKS, Scott
Raskin has done it . . . he
was one of about 590 stu-
dents who wore the blue and
white cap 'n gown colors of
Southfield High . . . in the'
momentous graduating
commencement class of
1979 at Meadow Brook.
That tiny trickle of eye
wetness when they called
his name . . . or that little
tingling feeling up my
spine? . . . You bet your
boots I was happy . . . along
with all the other parents
whose sons and daughters
were in the graduating
class.
Scott's turned out to be a
very fine young man and
I'm mighty proud of him!

BERNARD SCHLUS-
SEL, installed as president

of Hannah Schloss Old Tim-
ers on its 25th anniversary,
follows in leadership
footsteps of his brother .. .
Ed Schlussel is a past
president of the group.
SIGHT SEEING . . . fel-
low with a $30,000 Mer-
cedes at the self-serve sector
of a gas station . . . pumping
his own gas . . . half on his
silver car and most of the
other half on the ground.
OVERHEARD ... by a
trotter . . . "I feel great all
over but my feet are killing
me now!"

AJC Appointment

Pilots, Planes
Needed for July
Dystrophy Event

The sixth-annual "Fly
High For Dystrophy" is
scheduled for July 7-8 at
Detroit City, Oakland-
Pontiac, and Plymouth
Mettetal Airports.
The Muscular Dystrophy
Association, which sponsors
this event, has expressed a
need for qualified pilots and
owners of airplanes to vol-
unteer their services. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the MDA.
The public will be offered
rides in private planes by
local pilots and celebrities,
many of whom are also
pilots. The celebrity list in-
cludes Sonny Eliot, Joe
Glover and Bob Hynes.
There will be clowns and
mimes to entertain people
waiting to fly.
There is a charge for each
ride. For more information,
call the Muscular Dys-
trophy Telethon Office at
968-0626 or 968-0627.

celebrate your
birthday at

NEW YORK — Maureen
Schild, a New York attor-
ney, has been appointed
legal associate in the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's Legal Division.

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IF IT'S JUNE, THIS
NWT BE LOBSTER OR
TOURNEDOS OF BEEF.

Every weekend in June we're flying in whole live lobsters from the east coast. So you can
enjoy a lobster dinner with clam chowder, salad, potato, corn-on-the-cob, rolls and butter.
For just $9.95 on Friday and Saturday nights.
Prefer beef? Have Tournedos of Beef, with soup, salad, potato, vegetables, rolls and
butter. Also just $9.95 on Friday and Saturday nights.
June is great at L.J. Loophole's.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY
... to a great and wonderful

gal . . . our mom . . . Minnie
Raskin . . . on number ??.
Mom's birthday falls out
today, June 22 . . . and
throughout the years we've
used just about all the words
Webster's dictionary had to
give her best wishes.
However, there are two
we'll never stop using .. .
THANKS MOM!

Budapest Exhibit

LONDON — The history
of anti-Semitism in 20th
Century Hungary is fea-
tured in a permanent ex-
hibition mounted by the
Museum of the Hungarian
Labor Movement in
Budapest.

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