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July 23, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, July 23, 1982

Austin-Moro
Band in Concert

Danny Raskin's

The Austin-Moro Band
will give a free concert at
the Prudential Town Center
on Sunday at 7 p.m.
The concert will be spon-
sored by the Southfield Cul-
tural Arts Division.

LISTENING
POST

A JEWISH HALL OF
FAME will be started July
23 . . . with Nick Kerbawy,
founder and executive di-
rector of Michigan Sports
Hall of Fame, guest speaker
at the dinner at the main
Jewish Community Center.
This will be a different
hall of fame from others .. .
taking in both sports and
contributions of service to
the Jewish community .. .
Each year, two from these
categories will be selected
. . . Regardless of wealth or
well note, people will finally
be recognized for their ser-
vice . . . Many folks around
the community have done
wonderful work throughout
the years . . . without recog-
nition.
SECOND ANNUAL
RUMMAGE sale by Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood is Aug.
15-16, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m... .
with donations desperately
needed by these hard-
working lassies . . . Furni-
ture, household and art
items, small appliances,
jewelry, clothing (men's,
children's, women's)
musical instruments, bikes,
etc. . . . Deduction slips
will be given for all con-
tributions.
Call Temple Israel for
pick-up, 661-5700 . . .
Chairwoman is Sylvia
Weingart . . . Co-chairgals
are Harriet Wohlman and
Sheila Lipscutz.
CONGRATS . . . to Lisa
Tagender . . . on her 21st
birthday this Monday.
AFTER SIX years,
Richard Steinik and Jerry
Neff have taken a couple of
partners ... in Detroit
Bagel Factory . . . George
Gold and Jerry Weiss .. .
George is with the fellows in
their complete operation .. .
while Jerry is solely in the
new, recently-opened Plaza
Deli store.
FREE PRESS featured
a new company, Pillow Talk
. . . For a fee the employees
discuss anything with you
on the phone . . . Pillow
Talk, the pillow renovater
and quilt-making store on
Nine Mile in Oak Park, was
deluged with calls including
some into smut, not feathers
. . . "And you can't believe
how many men — all named
Smith — called," says June
Rubenstein, co-owner of Pil-
low Talk with Shirley
Freed.
One "Mr. Smith," she
says, left his name and
phone number, then called
back in a frantic effort to
cancel the first call .. .
June's only guess was that
"Mrs. Smith" came home.
Needless to say, the Free
Press printed a clarification
after the girls called to com-
plain about all that heavy
breathing over the phone.
CLEANEST TEETH be-
long to youngest Detroit Ti-
gers' fan . . . It's six-month-
old Nicholas Shindel, son of
Beverly and David Shindel
. . . Beverly is a dental

hygienist for Dr. Larry
Haber on W. 12 Mile Rd. . . .
and a real "baseball nut" .. .
Beverly takes Nicholas to
see the Tigers (no charge if
he sits on her lap) . . . and he
even has baseball uniforms
to wear.
Because of her baseball
fanatacism, most of the gifts
for him were toward that
theme . . . Other . mothers
want their son to be a doctor
or lawyer . . . Not Beverly
. . . She wants Nicholas to be
a baseball player . . . (not a
bad idea if he can make the
grade . . . The way
ballplayers are paid today,
can you imagine what
they'll be when he grows
up? . . . Might even be
enough to live on then!)
MAIL DEPT .. .
"Recently went to the
first graduating class of the
College of Osteopathic
Medicine of The Pacific.
Among the graduates, as
new doctors, were four De-
troiters: Steven Klein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Klein,
Southfield; Sol Mendelsohn,
brother of Dr. Herb Mendel-
sohn; Gary Ross, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Ross,
Southfield; and Charles
Gabe, son of Dr. Jack and
Mrs. Gabe, Farmington
Hills.
"Among the guests at-
tending the graduation in
Pomona were former Deter-
roiters now all of Woodland
Hills, Calif., Joan Felsot,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen-
berg (former owner of Irv-
ing's Furniture) and Bruce
Migdal, of Elkin, Nether-
land and Migdal Travel ser-
vice.
"Steve Klein will be in-
terning at Botsford Hospi-
tal.
"It was a delight to be
there!"

c om rry pI et e
r,a o u t

Pike

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GREEK

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3 95
3 50
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Roast beet. gravy, mushrooms. sour cream
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Concert Band
at. OP Park

The South Oakland Con-
cert Band will perform in
Oak Park's "Music in the
Park" concert series in
Shepherd Park Tuesday at
7:30 p.m.
Spectators are asked to
bring their own lawn charis.
In case of bad weather the
performance will be con-
ducted in the Oak Park
High School auditorium.

ON ANY OMELETTE

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MEYER WOLSTONE is
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all his faculties . . . still in-
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shirts . . . and having his
pants pressed.
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info on Burroughs Farms
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Triathlon, Aug. 16, is 855-
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