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June 25, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, June 25, 1982
-

Bank Benefits
Balloon Classic

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

ALMOST 600 people at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek made
it another successful event
as that 81st anniversary of
Jewish National Fund pre-
sented its testimonial
dinner in dedication of a
Harry and Sarah Laker
50,000-tree Family Forest
in Israel's American Inde-
pendence Park.
doctors,
Politicians,
lawyers, bankers, judges,
rabbis and cantors galore,
businessmen . . . people
from all walks of life .. .
Whatever the clothing,
whatever the style' . . .
whatever the kind of person
. . . all were on hand for this
gala occasion.
Flutist and harpist dur-
ing the sumptuous buffet
. . . with so many not want-
ing to spoil their dinners .. .
Those who missed the
cocktail hour also missed
their soup (three kinds)
which was served there .. .
Experiment didn't work out
as so many beefed about not
having any at dinner.
Cantor Harold Orbach
in usual very fine voice
with vocal renditions ...
and excellent touch with
his songs of America and
repartee to the music ...
Percy Kaplan, JNF
executive director, and
wife Sarah, both looking
good ... Son Dahiel spr-
outing like the tall trees
of Israel . . . Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum of Temple
Emanu-El resting his
eyes ... NeVer before so
many youthful people ...
That wasn't Leonard
Silber's tongue hanging
out ... it was his red tie.
Chef Ted Katopodis, 5 1/2
years with Sammy Lieber-
man at Raleigh House and
three years executive chef.
at Troy Hilton, now with
Paul Kohn at Quality
Kosher Catering . . . Phil
and Lucretia Formaro and
Tony and Pricilla Vettraino
from Steve Petix Clothiers
admiring so many men's
and women's clothes made
by Phil . . . Gil Averbuch
with embroidered yarmulke
to go with his always well-
dressed l000k.
Interesting how rabbis
and cantors were spread
over the room at various ta-
bles instead of congregated
closer together . . . District
46 Judge Norman Feder
running unopposed in the
coming election . . . prob-
ably his last . . . People
being videotaped for post-
erity during cocktail hour
and dinner.
U.S. District Judge Avern
Cohn, Mark Schlussel and
Robert Naftaly aside as if
"plotting" something . . .
Like a tradition, what's a
Jewish affair without
kishke? . . . Our waitress,
Louise Murray's answer
was, "It's like one of mine
without fried chicken." .. .
State Senator Jack Faxon
missing his calling as a
standup comic . . . Photo-

grapher Bob Benyas and
wife Shirley's son Mark
graduating Wayne U. Law
School that week.
Dr. Leon Fill telling of not
being able to sell his Film
Exchange Bldg. downtown,
so gave it away for a Bulga-
rian Church . . . Leon re-
galed about yesteryears .. .
the "Fill With Bill" hot dog
spot on Woodward and
Temple in cahoots with Bill
Ritter . . . And his Bel-Aire
Catering on Woodward with
Sally and Sam Klein .. .
Leon now heads his new
venture . . . Madison Na-
tional Bank.

Liberty State Bank and
Trust will be a major spon-
sor in the fifth annual Avon
Hills Lions Club Balloon
Classic.
The event will be held
July 2-3 at Michigan Chris-
tian College in Avon Town-
ship. Admission is free.
Proceeds from the event
will help support and bene-
fit Leader Dogs for the
Blind, Penrickton Home for
Handicapped Children,
Welcome Home for Blind
Senior Citizens and the
Lions Silent Children Fund
at William Beaumont Hos-
pital.

Canada History
at WSU Gallery

The History Department
of Wayne State University
in cooperation with the
Canadian Consulate Gen-
eral of Detroit will exhibit
"Sights of History," 106
photos depicting the history
of Canada, Tuesday
through July 22 in the WSU
Community Arts Gallery,
as part of the Detroit/
Windsor International
Freedom Festival.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Monday through
Thursday.

Rabbi Milton Arm al-
most tripping on the
podium after his lengthy
speech of introduction
and hand sculpted
menora award presenta-
tion to Harry and Sarah
Laker ... Charlie Milan
with sharp red vest ...
Happy birthday to Oak
Park Councilman Jerry
Naftaly.
Barrister2Sam Simmer
jokingly exclaiming "You Named to Board
saw him do it!" as Norman
Dr. Stuart E. Kirschen-
Cottler touched his face .. .
William Freedman answer- baum has been appointed
ing questions about what chairman of the Michigan
he's going to run for now .. . Athletic Board of Control.
Chocolate covered straw-
569-7135
berry on whipped straw-
Complete
berry dessert . . . elegant as
Carry-out
the Lakers would want it.
Yearly visitors to Israel
and then Romania, Etta
(Harry's sister) and Melvin
rifle
Merwell, never forgetting
an Israeli visit when he re-
CONEY ISLAND
nted a car . . . They came to
RESTAURANT
a spot where Melvin in-
quired of a policeman as to
4752 SOUTHFIELD RD.
whether they could park
1 BLOCK SOUTH OF 10 MILE RD.
there . . . The officer said no
hisa.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
. . . Melvin asked how come
• Breakfast • loch • Dinar
all the other cars were
BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY
parked there T. . The Israeli
• GIB SALAD • GYROS
cop shrugged his shoulders
and said, "They didn't ask."
• SHISH KEBOB • FISH & CHIPS
Thanks again for a yar-
• TUNA SALAD
•OMELETTES
mulke that matched.
• SANIWICIES
Your Hosts: SAN & IRRY FLOROS
WHO
THOSE
GRADUATED in 1949
from Central High with Ben
and Arlene Malin might
feel old when they learn
that Beh and Arlene's
daughter, Jacqueline, has
received her degree from
UCLA . . . He has the Sole-
NOW SERVES
ful Shoes by Benji on Ven-
tura Blvd. in the Sherman
COCKTAILS
Oaks Galleria, Calif.
SEEING SCENES .. .
Ed and Bea Rogovin danc-
4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
ing like yesteryears at
Wonder Bar, Statler Ter-
BET. LONG LAKE & LONE PINE
race Room etc. . . . Dave
851-5540
Rubin lighting his cigar .. .
Jiihmy Saperstein, the song
MON.-THURS.
and dance barrister, doing
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
his vocal bit to much
applause at a local nitery
FRI. & SAT.
. . . Wife Kay's lighted ear-
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
ings also drew a lot of notice
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
. . . Jack Pomeroy thinking
12 noon to 11 p.m.
of growing a mustache .. .
Hy Horenstein and his
many different dress out-
LUNCHEON SPECIALS
fits.
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
GET WELL WISHES
AVAILABLE
. . . to Eva Zheutlin . . . at
Botsford Hospital.

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Meadow Brook
Plans Concerts

Composer-singer Neil
Sedaka will appear in con-
cert 8 p.m. today at the
Meadow Brook Music Fes-
tival.
Cleo Laine and John
Dankworth will appear at 8
p.m. Saturday. At 11 a.m.
Saturday, Meadow Brook;s
children's concert series
will feature the Pastiche
Wind Quintet in a program
entitled, "Mona, Mime and
Music."
Tickets are available at
Hudson's, Sears and CTC
locations.

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• DINNER SPECIALS
Regular Menu and
GOURMET COUNTERSIDE
SPECIALS
(Steak Diane, Caesar Salad,
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)

SALAD, CHOICE OF
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
OR SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD
& STICKS

$4.25
$4.50
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vegetable, a basket of
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