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January 21, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Danny Raskin's

L ISTENING
P O ST

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BROTHERHOOD OF
Temple Beth El will host
the 50th (golden) anniver-
sary of intercongregational
dinner goings-on . . . Feb.
10.
Back in 1933, the first
dinner was started by Beth
El Rabbi Leo M. Franklin
. . . to promote camaraderie
among the various men's
clubs and brotherhoods.
Professor Jason Tickton,
Beth El music director and
organist, who will be hon-
ored Feb,. 10, has attended
every intercongregational
dinner . . . In keeping with
the honoree motif, Rabbi
Lewis C. Littman will
entertain with his
lecture-music presentation:
"50 Years of Jewish Music"
. . . Rosenberg's will cater
the strictly kosher dinner.
Tickets can be gotten by
calling Aid Kusher at Tem-
ple Beth El, 851-1100.
CONGRATS . . . to sister
Belle Weingarden . . . on
her birthday.
JAIMIE LAUREN,
daughter of Marty and
Linda Weitz, became the
first Jewish baby born in
the new Harry and Fann
Srere and Sons Perinatal
Center wing at Sinai Hospi-
tal . . . Jan. 4, 11:50 a.m.
Another congrats goes to
grandparents Mark and
Harriet Weitz of Anchor
Printing on Southfield .. .
Their other son, Dr. Jeff
Weitz, graduated med
school and was accepted as a
staff member of the Henry
Ford Hospital Radiology
Dept.

CONGRATS . . . to
Frances and Izzy Malin .. .
on their 45th wedding an-
niversary . . . Another one
to Izzy . . . for his birthday
Jan. 19.
NO TRUTH to the rapid
rumor, says Ed Berkley,
that he's contemplating
marriage.
FIRST AFFAIR of year
by Sophie and Harry
Hoffman Chapter . . . and
Helen Rosenberg Cancer
Fighters . . . City of Hope
. . . will be their joint
"Monte Carlo Games For
Hope" . . . 8 p.m. March 5 at
Cong. Bnai David on South-
field . . . Chairpersons are
. . . Kathie Bordeley (Sophie
and Harry Hoffman Chap-
ter), 355-1722 . . . and Bar-
bara Schwartz (Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fight-
ers), 332-1580.
CONGRATS . . . to Betty
and Jack Goldberg of BDJ's
Deli, Southfield and 13 Mile
. . . on their 35th wedding
anniversary.
IF YOU GO TO the new
Pavilion Hair Salon on
south side adjoining the
Hamilton Place, Southfield
south of 13 Mile, could be
that the receptionist you see
isn't really Kathy Sorge .. .
One of the triplets doesn't
even look like a sister .. .
but another is Kathy's iden-
tical image . . . New owner-

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CHINA
GATE

Red Cross Sets
Nutrition Course

ship and management is
doing much to make Pavil-
ion perk again.
WOULDN'T BE MUCH
of a surprise . . . if the
Boardwalk. Orchard Lake
Rd. just south of 15 Mile,
wins some sort of an award
. . . It's easily one of the
finest-looking shopping
centers in Michigan . . . and
the owners of shops within
The Boardwalk have also
done much to enhance its
beauty with elegant inter-
ior decor.
The Boardwalk and
Applegate Square are sister
centers, so to speak .. .
However, all shops on The
Boardwalk face one way .. .
toward Orchard Lake Road.
Speaking of Applegate
Square . . . holding up open-
ing of the new Bernardi's
Restaurant on the former
Ala Cart site has people
wondering when it'll be .. .
Ask the tradesmen . . . but it
won't be long.
DEFINITION . . . Horse
sense is something a horse
has that keeps him or her
from betting on people.
37th ANNIVERSARY
of Al and Shirley Selick
won't be until August, but
they still reminisce about
the time neither thought
they'd ever see each other
again.
She was Shirley Weiss,
working at Colonial Dept.
Store downtown, where Al
was shopping . . . They met
in the elevator, with bold Al
asking for a date that night
and not showing up . . . But
Lady Fate took over to
weave the makings for an
eventual marriage and a
life of happiness together
for Al and Shirley.
THE MOBIL GAS sta-
tion attendant in Southfield
pumping gas with a lit ciga
rette drooping from his
mouth is still in one piece
. . . eve though he gets down
close to the tank . . . Sure a
good place to pass by!
WHO REMEMBERS
WHEN corned beef sand-
wiches were 15 cents and a
nickel would get you into
the Warfield Theater on old
Hastings . . . Bagels and
rolls at Hoptman's Bakery
were 18 cents a dozen .. .
Those were the days, my
friends . . . If you remember
other things about yes-
teryears, let us know . . . A
lot of people like to travel
down memory lane every
once in a while.

Sophie's Choice'
at Area Theaters

"Sophie's Choice," the
film adaptation of William
Styron's novel, will open at
area theaters this weekend.
The movie, starring Meryl
Streep and Kevin Kline,
tells the story of an aspiring
writer who falls in love with
a Polish Catholic survivor of
the Holocaust married to a
Jewish intellectual.

The American Red Cross
is adding a nutrition course
to its health services pro-
gram and is seeking experi-
enced dietitians, nut-
ritionists, health educators
or nurses to teach it.
"Better Eating for. Better
Health" is a course designed
to teach individuals to apply
the principles of nutrition to
making wise personal food
choices.
training
Instructor
courses will be offered at the
Red Cross training facility
at 3456 Woodward. In-
structor candidates must
attend one of the following
three-session courses:
Saturday, Jan. 29 and Feb.
12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or
Jan. 26, Feb. 2 and 3 from
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or Feb.
15, 16 and 23 from 8:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
Instruction and course
materials will be provided
free of charge. To register
and for information, call the
Red Cross, 494-2875.

`Menagerie'
in Farmington

The Farmington Players
will present "The Glass
Menagerie" by Tennessee
Williams in weekend per-
formances through Feb. 12.
Friday and Saturday
evening performances are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at
the players' Barn Theater,
32332 W. 12 Mile Rd., Far-
mington Hills. Sunday
shows will begin at 7:30
p.m. and additional per-
formances are slated for
Feb. 3 and Feb. 10 at 8:30
p.m.
For ticket information,
call the box office, 535-8822.

Film at Library
Wednesday

The Southfield Public Li-
brary will show "Little Pr-
ince and Doughnuts" 7 p.m.
Wednesday in the Chil-
dren's Activity Room.
The free film for the fam-
ily will last approximately

45 minutes. For informa-
tion, call the library, 354-
5342.

When in doubt, do with-
out.

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COCKTAILS

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WILL BE CLOSED

THURSDAY, JAN. 20

THRU

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THURSDAY, JAN. 27

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REOPENING FRI., JAN. 28

851-5540

SEE THE NEW

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

RIKSHAW INN

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WE NOW HAVE DELIVERY SERVICE

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6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

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1
1
Sinai Appoints
1
Two to Board
1
Samuel D. Popkin and 1
Richard F. Roth were re-
cently elected to the Sinai 1
Hospital of Detroit board of 1
1
trustees.
Popkin, a fellow of the 1
American Institute of Ar- 1
chitects (AIA), is vice 1
chairman of the Michigan

State Safety Board and co-
chairman of the annual
Health Facilities Planning
Seminar for the Michigan
Society of Architects and
Michigan Department of
Public Health.
Roth is vice chairman of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Attorney's Diviion,
vice president of the Anti-
Defamation League, a
member of the Temple Beth
Jacob board of directors and
endowment chairman for
Bar-flan University.

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