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November 13, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 13, 19131

_ Symposium Cites Anna Freud

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

WE ARE NOW OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK

The Michigan Society for
Clinical Social Work is

SKYWAY
INN

— Also —

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Presents

BOB
POSCH

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DINNERS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES!

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No coupons or discounts on specials

sponsoring a symposium in
honor of the 86th birthday
of Anna Freud, at the
Southfield Civic Center
Dec. 5-6.
Presentations will be
made by former students
and colleagues of Miss
Freud on normality in
childhood, the role of the
family in child development
and psychopathology, and
adolescent development
and therapy.
There is a charge. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the
Hampstead Clinic. For in-
formation, call the sBciety,
559-7655.

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11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS ,

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

ALAN GILDENBERG

pulled out of the City Coun-
cil race in Southfield . .
and still drew 2,576 votes
. . . almost beating a can-
didate who spent thousands
. . . And this doesn't in-
clude people in his area who
knew he wasn't running so
voted for others.
Alan is the new vice
president of Metro
Passbook, Inc., encompass-
ing 14 cities across United
States and Canada . . and
in the Guiness Book of Re-
cords as the world's largest
coupon book.

SOMETHING NEW
DEPT.. . . Now comes two

more ideas . . 'available at
Al Kay Jewelers on South-
field and 115,2 Mile . . . Pic-
ture the eyes of people when
they receive a cigarette
lighter that works just by
breaking a beam . . . or a
lighter with a calculator on
it . . . Folks are going ga-ga
over the Beam Sensor and
Calculighter items at Al
Kay.

LOST AND FOUND
DEPT.. . . Julius Pollack

left his talit and tefilin in a
blue bag at Adat Shalom
Synagogue Sept. 20 .
and pleads for its return
. The sentimental value
is very great. . . Julius was
given the blue bag, talit and
tefilin by his grandfather
. . . as a Bar Mitzva present
. . . 60 years ago . . . It'll
be so wonderful if the re-
tired former owner of Vie-
nna Wholesale has the co-
veted belongings returned
. . . Call Julius at 355-
0640.
MUMFORD HIGH 20-
year-reunion (1961
January, June and August
classes) is set for 8 p.m. Nov.
28 at Michigan Inn . . .,For
more info, contact Babs Ro-
senthal Leib, 682-6272.

EXCELLENT SAYING

on desk at Norman Tre-
monti creative art studio
. . . Time is much too pre-
cious to waste on little
things like yesterdays."
. . . Peter R. Stone.
,YES, THAT'S Mary
Tamaroff driving around
town in a new Rolls Royce
among other cars . . . The
name Tamaroff for years
has been synonymous with
Buick . . . then Mary added
Honda and the DeLorean
DMC to his dealership . . .
and now Rolls Royce.

. DOUBLE CELEBRA-
TION for Ann Newman

. . . Birthday is Monday
. . . then she and hubby Art
celebrate 41 years of mar-
riage . . . the next day.

JACK POMEROY,

northwest realtor, is going
to South America Dec. 22
. . . for about three or four
months . . . and will con-
duct anybody's business for
them while there . . . or
make personal contacts . . .
Jack will live in Rio de
Janeiro plus going to other
parts of South America . . .

JaCk's realty office number;
is 559-3344.

NICE GUY DEPT.. .

Marcus Plotkin . . . former
Internal Revenue gent .
and now among the
foremost tax attorneys
around.

THERE'S A RIGHT

way and wrong way to clean
jewelry . . . and Gold Gal-
lery in Hunters Square, Or-
chard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile,
does it right . . incor-
porating two separate
methods to make jewelry
sparkle again . . . Al and
Sema Lazar do it as a serv-
ice for everyone . . no
charge.
ANOTHER FIRST for
Infant Service Group . . .
Mae Moss made a sugges-
tion . . . Shirley Jaffee got
inspired and Evelyne Roth
followed through . . They
recently held a Pan Tour-
nament at Sutton Place . . .
with 96 players getting to-
gether for the 12 prizes . .
First three top winners
were Sophie Caplan, Rae
Lapides and Renee Kramer.
Pan is a card game origi-
nated in California and
brought to Detroit about 14
years ago by Lil and Max
Mills.
FIVE GROUPS will
conduct pre-holiday fund
raisers at Orchard Mall, Or-
chard Lake at 15 Mile . . .
tomorrow from 10 to 6 . .
in the first of a series of
"Communify Days"
planned for the mall's cen-
ter court.
The Michigan Ballet
Theatre will sell tickets to
its Dec. 12 and 13 perform-
ances of "The Nutcracker"
and will hand out brochures
and flyers ... The City of
Hope will sell tablecloths
. . . Kiwanis will conduct a
peanut sale . . . Women's
American ORT will offer
baked goods and
'82
Entertainment
Passbooks . . . The
Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
tion will sell Christmas
cards . . . The West Bloom-
field Parks and Recreation
Dept. will hand out
brochures.
The mall will be available
on the second Saturday of
each month for non-profit
organizations to hold fund
raisers or demonstrations or
to hand out information lit-
erature . . . For info or to
reserve space, call the Or-
chard Mall office, 851-7727.
MARK TWAIN was once
asked by a lady admirer if
he believed in luck . . .
"Certainly," he replied,
"How else can you explain
the success of those you de-
test?"

`Invalid' Due

"The Imaginary Invalid,"
by Moliere will be per-
formed at the Hilberry The-
ater 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
For tickets, call the WSU
Theater box office, 577-
2972.

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