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July 30, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-30

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28 Friday, July 30, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Chef's Specials

NEW YORK STEAK

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER $
or

(ROCKY'SN
Restaurant & Pizzeria

10517 W. 7 MILE RD.

DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER DINNER ENTREES ALSO AVAILABLE
PLUS SANDWICH MENU
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON.-SAT.

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR ALL PARTIES

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

The Southwest Oakland
Unit of the American
Cancer Society will hold a
reception 6 p.m. Tuesday at
Knollwood Country Club to
raise funds and hear Dr.
Angelos A. Kambouris
speak about cancer research
in the Detroit area.

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RED SNAPPER

Up To 120

Plans Reception

353-5110

AT MENDOTA

SERVING THE
BEST FOOD _
IN TOWN

( THE PRICE IS RIGHT
IT PAYS TO COME
OVER!

864-8553

I

Antique Show
at Tel-Twelve

Some 60 dealers will par-
ticipate in an antique show
and sale at the Tel-Twelve
Mall through Aug. 8.
The show will offer sev-
eral services including ap-
praisals, glass repairs and
silver matching. The ex-
hibition will be open during
mall hours. Admission is
free.

Music in Park

The Mack Pitt Orchestra
will be the featured artists
for a free concert in Oak
Park's Shepherd Park
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Spectators are asked to
bring their own lawn chairs.
In case of inclement
weather, the concert will be
held in the Oak Park High
School auditorium.

A Friendship Party Cruise...
There's nothing like it
on earth.

Cruise Lake St. Clair on a chartered Yacht with your own personal captain:..enjoy cocktails
or refreshments on the fore and aft deck as you pass by the Renaissance Center and the Detroit
shoreline...your party is catered exclusively by Anton of the Travel/Holiday award winning
Anton's...this is what a Friendship party cruise is all about.Two uniquely outfitted pleasure yachts
ready to take your family or your business friends for an afternoon, evening or full day cruise.

Friendship or Happy Dolphin charters available through September 30th.
For information call 964-5775.

Friendship on the River is a Division of Boblo Island.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

LIL FRUMIN, known to
her grandchildren and their
friends asBubbie Lu, has an
"M.B." degree (medical
bubbie) . . . conferred on her
by friends Bernie and
Lurene Kerner . . . She dis-
plays with pride in the liv-
ing room a certificate given
to her by them.
Lil's granddaughter, Dr.
Diane Mendelson, daughter
of Dr. Herb and Phyllis
Mendelson (he is the or-
thopedic surgeon and she is
the interior designer) just
received her medical degree
from Wayne State Medical
School . . . Grandson Dr.
Steve Acker, son of Ed and
Marilyn Acker (he is a
vice-prez at Campbell-
Ewald and she is also an
interior designer working
with sister Phyllis) is doing
his residency in orthopedic
surgery at Boston General
prior to coming to Detroit
Osteopathic Hospital.
Bubbie Lu is getting an-
other doctor grandson when
granddaughter Diane gets
married in August to Dr.
Donald Levine, son of Lil
and Lou Levine . . . Don is
chief of infectious disease at
Receiving Hospital and a
faculty member at Wayne
State Medical School.

fashions (Israel, London,
etc.) . . . Leah and Sarah
will be the only U.S. repre-
sentatives for many of the
Israeli imports . . . Leah;
teaches at United HebreW
School . . . and Sarah
taught at both United He-
brew School and Hillel Day
School.
Opening around the end
of August will be
Jonathan's, a total image
salon for men by Jonathan
Laurens . . . male masseur,
female manicurists,
makeup artist (for bags
under the eyes and keeping
up that Florida and Ac-
capulco tan), hair coloring,
styling, etc.

"PICNIC ON THE
GRASS X" . . . this Sun-

day at 5:30 . . . at Meadow
Brook Hall Gardens, will
feature an auction of tablec-
loths created and donated
by leading Michigan artists
for the benefit of the
Meadow Brook Art Gallery
and an "old-fashioned blue
jean" picnic, followed by a
concert performance by
James Galway, flutist.
The committee is chaired
by Lois Spector . . . and in-
cludes Florence Barron,
Betty Bird, Gina Dearth,
Mary Denison, Dorothy
NORMAN LOPATIN, Dunitz, Darlene Fauber,
candidate for state repre- Donna Frank, Jane Go-
sentative in the 64th Dis- lanty, Marion Handleman,
trict, has lost almost 30_ Jeanne Harris, Anne How-
pounds walking, talking lett, Kathy Phillipi,
and visiting with his Roseanne Schlusse1, Sheila
neighbors during his cam- Sloan and Lois Shaevsky.
paign to reach Lansing . . .
DAVID AND RHONDA
Norman says if his cam- Friedenberg . . . 1297 NW
paign were any longer, he 111th Way, Coral Springs,
would be thinner than he Fla. 33065, 1-305-755-1297
was for his Bar Mitava at . . are new residents of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek 15 Coral Springs . . . leaving
years ago.
everything here and start-
JEWISH COMMU- ' ing all over again . . . Dave
NITY CENTER on 10 Mile is a paper-hanger and paint-
Rd., (Jimmy Prentis Morris ing contractor . . . serving
Branch), needs interior de- the areas of Miami Beach to
coration help . . . Some of Palm Beach . . . Michigan-
its rooms have bare walls ders who own property
and could sure use pictures' (condos, homes, etc.) in
or wall hangings to make Florida, can contact him to
them look more attractive. handle before or after they
Call Helen Singer, come there.
MALE OR FEMALES
president of the Senior
over 55 can join the Bir-
Adult Council, 967-4030.
40TH ANNIVERSARY mingham Jets softball team
celebration
party was re- . . . without living in Bir-
_
cently given for Judy and mingham . . . Home games
Joe Blackman . . . by their at Eton Park, Lincoln at S.
daughter and son-in-law, Eaton, are Aug. 4, 11, 18
Marilyn and Joel Nelson and 25 .. . Call Bob Fox,
. . . with 30 people joining 644-1807; or Jan Petrie,
in the gala festivities for 642-1040. -
GET WELL wishes . .
this fine couple.
BOARDWALKING .. . to Leonard Silverman . . .
Two more new tenants in father of restaurateur Bob
the beautiful Boardwalk on Silverman . . . at Encino
Orchard Lake Rd. near 15 Hospital in Encino, Calif.
Mile.
Begadim, which is the Library Lists
plural form for clothing in Movie, 'Camp' -
Hebrew, will open around
The Southfield Public Li-
Aug. 1 by Leah Beuer and
sister-in-law Sarah Grin- brary will show the film
wald . . . Leah came here "Stella Dallas" 1 p.m. and 7
20 years ago from Israel p.m. Tuesday in the library.
. . . and Sarah just nine There is no charge.
The Camp Wanna Read
years ago.
They'll handle ladies program for school-age
junior and petite apparel, children will be held 2 p.m.
sizes 3 to 15 . . . designer Wednesday. There is no
and international imported charge or registration.

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