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October 30, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Comedy Cabaret in Rochester

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

RITA AND SOL AGER

have moved to Florida ... but
not until both were feted on
the same night at different
places ... That evening, Oak
Park Masonic Lodge had a
dinner for its past master ...
and then joined their ladies
at Jakks on Greenfield and
10 Mile, where the Ladies of
Oak Park Lodge honored
their past most worthy mat-
ron with a dinner and fun
night.
Rita and Sol will meet
other former Detroiters in
Florida ... with ambitions of
starting another Detroiters
Club in North Miami.

GEORGE IWANOW

had a special price on eye
examinations for $10 at his
Greenfield-corner - Nine
Mile spot ... Fellow called
and asked reception gal
Lolly Becker if he could
have the test for $5 ... since
he had only one eye!
NATE LIGHT, bossman
with wife Irene at Sam's
Fruit Market, Nine Mile
west of Coolidge in Oak
Park, is now sporting a fa-
cial foliage of full beard
neatly trimmed ... The Oak
Park store is closed due to a
fire.
TIME AGAIN TO get
those turkeys and fruit bas-
kets from Bnai David Men's
Club ... It's their annual
Feather Party at the
synagogue ... 8 p.m. Nov. 7
. Chairmen are Bernard
Maness and Martin Cor-
man.
REASON WHY 30-year
Central High reunion of
1952, Nov. 28 at Ramada
Inn, will be only for the
January class is because
there were only 200 grads
and those attending won't
have to search among the
January and June (which
had 500) guys n' gals to find
each other ... The 10-year
and 20-year Central High
reunions had both classes ...
Call Harold Summers,
967-3559.
The 30-year reunion will
be two weeks after the 1951
Central High January and
June classes reunion, Nov.
14, at Fairlane Manor.

MAYOR DON
FRACASSI of Fmthfield

had better start gearing
himself for his next oppo-
nent ... wife Karen ... He had
two speaking meetings
same night ... and sent her
to one ... Next day went to
apologize ... and they told
him to send her all the time.

GET WELL WISHES ...

to Aviva Gill, wife of Max
Gill, regional director
American Technion Society
... recovering from surgery
at Sinai Hospital.
FIRST ONE AGAIN to
bid for New Year's Eve
reservations ... is Cong.
Beth Achim ... with its an-
nual Winter Ball dinner-
dance set for 9 p.m. Dec. 31
... Sam Barnett and ork,
sit-down dinner, continen-
tal breakfast and setups ...
Call Chairman Maynard

4 4.

Feldman, 356-8240 or 357-
2547 ... or Cong. ,Beth
Achim, 352-8670.

ROBERT MOREILL-
ION INC., a top-notcher

who does a very fine job for
clients, has been named to
handle public relations and
marketing at Orchard Mall,
Orchard Lake Rd. and
Maple.

THE 6,500 MEM-
BERSHIP of Greater De-

Faces Lounge in Roches-
ter will present Comedy
Cabaret featuring top com-
ics starting Nov. 8.
Open mike will be at 9
p.m., dancing at 9:30 p.m.
and a professional show
with top comics starting at
10 p.m. New Faces talent
show starts Nov. 9. A prize

Isaac Stern at
Ford Auditorium

Detroit Symphony Music
Adviser Gary Bertini will
be on the podium and the
guest soloist will be world-
renowned violinist Isaac
Stern as the DSO presents
the first of this season's new
"Special Star Perform-
ances" 8:30 p.m. today and
Saturday at Ford Au-
ditorium.
Stern and pianist Artur
Rubinstein vowed after the
Holocaust never to perform
again in Germany or Au-
stria. They have kept their
vow.
Stern is one of the found-
ers of the Israeli-American
Cultural Foundation.

DURING RECENT

BELATED BIRTHDAY
CONGRATS ... to Lillian

Whitney ... manager at
Coach House apartment
complex.

Central Plans
Class Reunion

Central High School,
Class of 1951, will have its
30-year reunion Nov. 14 at
Fairlane Manor.
The evening will include
cocktails, dinner and danc-
i ng. There is a charge. For
details and reservations,
call Joanne Satovsky
Shatanoff, 682-8555; or Joel
Lubin, 357-4500.

RED SNAPPER

95

COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER ENTREE ITEMS ALSO AVAILABLE

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LIVER & ONIONS
OR
STUFFED PEPPER

Includes: Salad, Veg. or Pot.
Bread Basket

'2" akts

SUPER DINNER FEATURE

ONE WEEK ONLY — OCT. 30 THRU NOY. 5

BROILED

FI SH
FISH

Includes: Salad, Veg., Pot. &
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ONE WEEK ONLY--OCT. 30 THRU NOV. 5

Private Banquet Rooms 5 to 100

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BLEND

$ 1

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In The Heritage Bldg.

29

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Or

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(Ni, lies Prig or Ms/

• Discs Parties
• All Occasion

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER $

ONE WEEK ONLY — OCT. 30 THRU NOV. 1

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UP TO 150 _I

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SUNDAYS TIL 2 a.m.

Chef's Specials

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Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights it m

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SATURDAYS TIL b p.m.

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FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
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Detroit Free Press - By
Detroit News
AM Motor News

NOW SERVES
COCKTAILS

troit Chapter of Hadassah
will have their elegant and
posh "Bid For Life" auction,
Nov. 7, at C.B. Charles in
Pontiac ... with proceeds to
buy a nuclear body scanner
for the Hadassah medical
complex in Jerusalem ...
gourmet dinners, hot air
balloon rides, a day on a
boat, vacation condo ren-
tals, musical trio perform-
ing for a party and magic
show will be auctioned off
along with the usual
jewelry, arts and crafts ...
Friedman Work
Co-chairpersons are Phyllis
Is Displayed
Newman and Leah Snider.
ISRAELI-BORN beauty
"The Fallen Soldiers," a
Leah Marks (Mitch) is the
sculpture made from World
exuberant gal putting on
War II armaments by Oak
those fashion shows Wed-
Park sculptor Henry
nesday and Thursday noons
Friedman will be displayed
at Kingsley Inn on Wood- at the Selfridge Air Force
ward in Bloomfield Hills ...
Base museum Sunday
She had her own modeling through Nov. 15.
agency in Israel, London,
The
award-winning
Italy and New York, called
sculpture is being displayed
Leah Leron ... the latter to pay tribute to American
soldiers who died "for free-
name meaning to be happy
and that Leah always is,
dom and liberating the ex-
plus loving to sing.
termination camps."

SEVERE rainstorms that
caused flood conditions,
many members of the
Southfield Civil Defense
distinguished themselves ...
aiding the police in traffic
control at flooded areas and
helping relieve police per-
sonnel at many crucial
points.
A number of vehicles
were stranded ... citizens
given road aid ... and one
person actually grasped
from the flooding waters
when he attempted to walk
out from his stranded auto
at Telegraph and Eight
Mile.
Head of the Southfield
Civil Defense, Col. Arthur
Becker, was recently the re-
cipient of three national
awards at the 30th annual
conference of the U.S. Civil
Defense in Colorado.

VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE PIZZA

will be awarded for that
night's winner, and a grand
prize, a professional spot on
the Sunday night Comedy
Cabaret, also will be
awarded.
For information, contact
Seymour Schwartz Agency,
356-8525.

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