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November 12, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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32 Friday, November 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Socialists' M.E. Stand Unresolved

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

JACK KLAIN ISN'T

one to be surprised, but his
CPA partners, with family
members, pulled one off
that he won't forget . . . Wife
Marcia managed to get Jack
to the Furniture Club on the
pretext. that Dave and Belle
Bernstein were having a
dinner party.
Not only were the Berns-
teins there, but so were his
and Marcia's daughters
Cynthia, Alice, Eileen and
son Sammy . . . Jack's
partners and the entire staff
of Linden, Klain, Israel &
Ross were also there . . . It is
the firm's 40th year but
they weren't celebrating
that this night.
Occasion was Jack's 60th
birthday . . . No one knew
that son Elliott and wife
Elaine with their son
Danny were coming in from
Las Vegas to wish Jack
"Happy Birthday" . . .
Grandsons Sammy Polk
and Danny Klain helped
grandpa blow out the can-
dles in what was a surprise
birthday that Jack Klain
won't easily forget.

KIMBERLY GUREC-
KI, 10-year-old daughter of

Arlene and Marvin
Gurecki, has a soccer hat
trick to her credit . . . scor-
ing three goals while play-
ing in Oak Park's Parks and.
Recreation League . . . She
attends Avery School . . .
and her team, Lightning,
has first place ambitions.
tions.
CONGRATS .. , to Ger-
trude and Stuart Palmer .. .
on 42nd anniversary this
Wednesday.
HANUKA FUN and fes-
tivities begin early this year
. . . by Temple Israel Sister-
hood . . . Shopping sprees for
the holiday at the gals'
Hanuka Bazaar is this Sun-
day, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Mon-
day, 12 noon to 8 p.m.; and
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
. . . at Temple Israel Gift
Shop on Walnut Lake Rd.
between Orchard Lake Rd.
and Drake in West Bloom-
field.
Assisting folks with rea-
sonable prices for gifts, can-
dles, paper goods, gift wrap-
ping, etc. will be Yolanda
Tisdale, Carolyn Marks,
Alivera Perlman, Sheila
Lipschutz and the other
wonderful lassies of Temple
Israel Sisterhood.

MUCH THANKS . . .

from Dorothy Rosen . . . in
Margate, Fla. . . . to family
and friends for the numer-
ous phone calls, cards, trib-
utes, etc. during Bucky Ro-
sen's recent illness and
surgery . . . Nice to know
that so many people care.

NEW BIZ DEPT. . . .

Gary and Betsy Clark have
moved on from former em-
ployment . . . to open their
.own spot called Coat Coun-
try, 906 N. Woodward be-
tween 11 and 12 Mile .. .
First quality outerwear ap-
peal is coupled with 25 to 60
percent off everyday on de-

signer and name-brand
coats, suits and sportswear.
CONGRATS . . . to wife
Frieda . . . on her birthday
tomorrow:

NICE PEOPLE DEPT.
. . . Mike and Peggy Miller

. . . He's the early morning
whiz on WXYZ radio (1270).
40-YEAR LIFE mem-
bership has been granted to
Newton Freedman by
Grand Masonic Lodge, state
of Michigan . . . Presenta-
tion will be made at a ban-
quet Nov. 24, 6:30 p.m. . . .
in Ferndale Masonic Tem-
ple, new home of Perfection
Lodge of which Newton has
been a member so many
years.
FOURTH ANNUAL au-
ction of Temple Beth El is
set for Nov. 20 . . . sponsored
by the Married Group, Sis-
terhood and Brotherhood.
Site is Temple Beth El on
Telegraph and 14 Mile . . . 7
to 8 p.m. champagne hour
and silent auction . . . 8 p.m.
live auction . . . Items in-
clude 1983 four-door AMC
silver Alliance, video
games, color TV, weekends
for two, restaurant dinners.
For more info if needed,
call Rochelle Fogelman,
851-3999.

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Marlene Balan .. .

former Detroiter here re-
cuperating at home of par-
ents, Rita and Irving
Lipsky.
WAS A DOUBLE cele-
bration for Rhoda and Ted
Kahn as children Jeremy
Kahn had his Bar Mitzva
and Cindy Kahn her Bat
Mitzva same day at Cong.
Beth Achim recently .. .
with both conducting the
Havdala service.
In town for the affair were
. . . California barrister
Martin Gold, son of grand-
parents Dina and Sol Gold
and Rhoda's brother; Beat-
rice Servetter, Dina's sister
from California; Faye
Weiner of Delray Beach,
Fla., another sister of Dina;
Ruth and Bill Wizner from
Nashville, Tenn., sister and
brother-in-law of Ted; close
friends Arnie and Elkie
Handleman from Toronto,
Ont.; and Stuart Peisner,
nephew of Ted and Rhoda,
living in Orlando, Fla.

NEW BNAI BRITH

group is Brandeis Sports
Lodge for enthusiasts 18 to
80 . . . Guys who want to
participate on sports teams
or listen to sports figures at
monthly meetings can call
Ralph Miller, 559-3200.
AT RECENT Temple
Israel Brotherhood dinner,
past president Elmer Ras-
kin was presented with a
$1,000 Life Membership in
the Jewish Chautauqua
Society . . . Elmer, besides
being a past president, has
been ushering at Temple Is-
rael for over 20 years.
FEATHER PARTY by
Bnai David Men's Club .. .
is Nov. 20, 7:30 p.m.4 . tur-
keys, food baskets, etc.

GENEVA (JTA) — The
Socialist International
wound up a three-day meet-
ing in Basel unable to agree
on a final declaration on the
Middle East.
It decided, however, to
continue the discussion at
its next conference,
scheduled to be held in Syd-
ney, Australia in April
1983.
The Basel meeting,
nevertheless, adopted a re-
port prepared by former
Prime Minister Mario
Soares of Portugal which
was considered balanced
and likely to be the basis for
the discussions in Australia
next spring.
The Soares report con-
demns all racist manifesta-
tions and hate-mongering
in connection with the Mid-
dle East conflict; condemns
the massacres in the Shatila
and Sabra refugee camps in
Beirut last September; and
also condemns anti-
Semitism and recent acts of
terror against Jews and
Jewish institutions.
The Socialist Interna-
tional reaffirmed its sol-
idarity with Israel's opposi-
tion Labor Party and
Mapam, Labor's Alignment

The duty of man is plain
and simple, and consists but
of two points; his duty to
God, which every man must
feel; and his duty to his
neighbor, to do as he would
be done by.
—Thomas Paine

t GIORGIO'S
Restaurant

(Formerly Spiro's)

25920 GREENFIELD at Lincoln
Oak Park
968-4060

OPEN MON.-SAT.

6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

partner, and with the Labor
Party of Lebanon.

0 4

CONEY ISLAND
RESTAURANT

24752 SOUTHFIELD RD.
1 BLOCK SOUTH OF 10 MILE RD

1:40,

'eat

.

Open Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY
• GREEK SALAD • GYROS
• SHISH KEBOB • FISH & CHIPS
• OMELETTES • TUNA SALAD
• SANDWICHES

••■••■•■

3815 N. Woodward, Royal Oak, Mich.
(Between 13 and 14 Mile) Li9-4002

Your Hosts: SAM & JERRY FLOROS

4P-:**. 1%tr's
'ir"*743-Z.41CilkiittK Yityr 3P611(
CARRY-OUT SPECIALS NOV. 12. THRU NOV. 18

I WE CARRY VIENNA PRODUCTSI

$S3..7 79 9 1l b b.. 4 14

PASTRAMI
Ai POTATO SALAD OR COLE SLAW
4 ROSE'S OWN CREAMY GARLIC DRESSING

$1.59 pt.

ALL HOLIDAY MEAT TRAYS
I ALSO INCLUDES
it"' Now
$3 9 5
DESSERT!

)11(

*4

per person
THRU JAN. 1
BREAKFAST SPECIAL—NOV. 12 THRU NOV. 18

* So ol oevii e o

Tues. thru Sat. 6_a.m.T11 a.m.

(Mishmash)

$

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

or

Sunday 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

FARMER'S
OMELETTE

CORNED BEEF, BACON, SAUSAGE,
1[ MUSHROOMS, GREEN PEPPER,
COOKED
POTATO, TOMATO,
STYLE
.ett WITH MELTED CHEESE.

1

7 8

No
Carry-Out

LUNCHEON SPECIAL—NOV. 12 THRU NOV. 18

NO SUNDAYS

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

* SOUP & SALAD

Reg. $4.35

,,SOUP OF THE DAY & SMALL MAURICE
*

$

2 95

1
Carry
-Out *

HOP OVER SPECIAL—NOV. 12 THRU NOV.,18

Your Hosts:

CHINA
GATE

NOW SERVING! •
A DEEP DISH PIZZA •
evrow•- ••••••-•-•-•frolrov

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f

Mon.-Sat. 6-11 a.m.

`GEORGE & MARIA COLEMATIS

0,41,111AIMAILIMEMIAIMMLO,0111

Complete
Carry-out

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99c

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

IN THE DINING ROOM or CARRY OUT.

569-7135

NO SUNDAYS

*

)( 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

4STUFFED PEPPER

$29 8

.30( WITH BOILED POTATO
44; and Bread Basket

411'

No t
`arry-Out

DINNER SPECIAL—NOV. 12 THRU NOV. 18

NOW SERVES
COCKTAILS

STUFFED

PINE LAKE MALL

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG LAKE & LONE PINE

0

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851-5540

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

-4.- .4,

71(

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SEE WHY WE ARE NO 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT *

*04

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Restaurant-Delicate n

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Carry Out

I V I

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

INCLUDES: CUP OF SOUP, SALAD,
VEG. & BREAD BASKET

TUES.-SUN.
21161 GREENFIELD RD. W-A 3801 OPEN
6 a.m. to ik30 p.m.
G FOR ALL mums
N. OF 11 NILE RD.

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