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March 11, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, March 11, 1983 33

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Miss Arden Wins Free Vision
Pageant Award
Testing Saturday

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

THERE ARE STORES

nard Schlussel, 79, all feted
birthdays within 20 days of
each other.
Dr. Maurice Gantz had
his 81st . . . Ben Sherman
number 85 . . . Meyer
Waterstone his 85th . . .
Dorothy and Simon Plafkin
their 55th anniversary .. .
Pauline and Barney Kasoff,
anniversary number 60.
SHOSHANA ARDEN
Julius Karden became a
Shoshana Arden of West
grandfather for the 10th
time . . . and Dr. Maurice Bloomfield won the special
award of Miss Congeniality
Gantz's granddaughter, Dr.
and
a $400 scholarship last
Elaine Gantz, became a
third generation dentist .. . weekend at the 1983 Miss
thanks to Ed Schlussel for Michigan U.S.A. Beauty
compiling the happy events Pageant in Canton Town-
ship.
of Hannah Schloss . . .
Miss Arden, 23, the
Those happy ones are the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
only ones we want to hear
Sidney C. Leib, earned a
about.
bachelor's
g degree in social
CONGRATS ... to Dena
Pepper . . . on recent Sweet work at Michigan' State
16 . . . celebrated at a University and plans to
attend graduate school in
brunch with family and the
fall.
The white walls and friends at Sheraton Oaks in
Jungle Jim pipe rack Novi . . . She's the daughter
look which hasn't been of Brina and Raymond Pep-
done at too many chil- per.
dren's stores around, if
DETROIT BAGEL Fac-
The Smurfs, stars of
any, give a colorful at- tory sold 20,000 green
Saturday morning televi-
mosphere . . . with at least bagels last year . . . and are
3,000 items shown ... out to break their record in sion, will be the featured at-
from clothing to wal- `83 . . . Ninth location has traction at the 1983 Ice
lhangings to stuffed ani- been opened on Kelly Rd. Capades, scheduled to run
mals to dolls to camp south of Nine Mile in East Tuesday through March 20
at the Joe Louis Arena.
supplies, etc.
Detroit.
The show will include
Packages sent to new-
BELATED
CON-
skating performances by
borns have a stuffed animal, GRATS ... to barrister
world champions Tai
powders, lotions and of Don Laikin . . . on his birth-
Babilonia and Randy Gard-
course, the gift . . . People day.
ner, and U.S. national
also send in their an-
DEMONSTRATION
bronze medalist Sandy
nouncement of birth and get OF Chinese paper folding is
Lenz.
a card entitling them to ,a part of "Expressly From
Tickets are available at
free gift.
China" exhibition of hand-
the arena box office, Hud-
Peanuts is so unusual . crafted furnishings from the
and very much affordable mainland . . . at Gorman's of sons and area CTC outlets.
For information call the
. . . A children's room can Troy, this Monday, 2 to 4 .. .
arena, 567-6000.
have matching blankets, and at Gorman's Gallery on
sheets, quilts, bumper Telegraph and 12 Mile, 7 to
guards around crib and 9 . . . The ancient art
- wallpapering for borders, demonstration will be put
lampshades, dressing ta- on by Dan Daller . . . Tea
bles, etc.
and fortune cookies, of
Southfield High School
The gold Peanuts logo of a course.
students will present "Hello
boy and a girl around Jan's
THERE'S AN ORIEN- Dolly" this weekend and
neck was made by Morris TAL Art Society also . .
next weekend at the South-
Bednarsh Jewelers at
headed by Dr. Sheldon field High auditorium.
Applegate Square.
Performances of the
Siegel . . . who are collectors
Youngsters can even and more and more travel- Broadway musical are
have French, Italian or ing to China . . . its next scheduled for 8 p.m. Satur-
Portuguese import lines meeting is slated for March day, 2 p.m. Sunday and 8
at Peanuts ... Also, 20, 2:30 p.m. at the South- p.m. March 18 and 19. Tic-
would you believe ... field Library, Evergreen kets may be purchased at
handmade sweaters by and 10 1/2 Mile . . . John Ang the high school box office
special order?'
one hour prior to showtime.
of U-M will lecture on his
The window dressing is 2 1/2-month stay in China .. .
For information, call Mrs.
causing a lot of comment, No charge . . . More info by V. Borts, 354-7493, during
also . . . its New Yorkish calling Dr. Siegel, 626-
school hours.
look is stopping people with 6322.
oohs and ahs.
READER ASKS any-
RENEE SIMONS of thing is being done if for
a
Craig-Richard Advertising:, 1958 Central High reunion
Specialties in Southfield, . . . that's the year Central
The Southfield Public Li-
has a "name change" had its 100th anniversary
brary will present "Reluc-
whether she likes it or not celebration.
tant Dragon" and "PSSST!
. . . Customers frequently
Hammerman's After You"
call the office and ask for
on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in
Renee Richards . . . name of
the Children's Activity
the female tennis star once
The team of Rob Graves Room.
a man . . . the only thing
This free film program for
they have in common is that
and Howard Taxe defeated
defending champions Bill the family will last approx-
both like being women.
Holleran and Gary Sosnick imately 45 minutes. For
RECENT HANNAH
in the class "A" doubles further information, call
SCHLOSS Old-Timers
competition sponsored by the library, 354-5342.
Purim Party at 10 Mile
the Michigan Squash Rac-
Jewish Center was also
Some 100,000 Jews
quets Association at the
somewhat of a belated cele-
Jewish Community Center fought for Germany during
bration for folks . . . Ethel,
last week.
World War I.
83; Edward, 81; and Ber-

for little girls . . . and stores
for little boys . . . Now comes
one for both . . . called
Peanuts (a name coined by
leasing agent Ron Licht) at
the Boardwalk, Orchard
Lake Rd. south of 15 Mile.
One might call it an un-
usual boutique for children
. . . owned by Jan Yanowitz,
also bosslady at Shayna's on
the Boardwalk . . . The
name theme is carried out
with little bags of peanuts
on gift wrapping . . . and it is
one of the few operations
that caters to both boys
through size seven and girls
through size 14 . . . plus
layettes . . . in a 2,100-
square-foot store that is the
newest Boardwalk opening.
There's even a private
room and tables for gals to
change their babies . . . a
terrific idea.

The First Optometry Eye
Care Center will offer free
eye screenings at the South-
field Civic Center Saturday.
The screenings, which in-
clude testing for glaucoma,
are part of Save Your Vision
Month, which runs through
the end of March.
For information on the
screenings or other Save
Your Vision Month activi-
ties, contact Angie Bour-
nias, 689-9670.

Children's Films
at Area Library

Squash Champs

353-8170

ONE BLOCK WEST OF TELEGRAPH RD. AND
NORTH OF 11 MILE RD.

Specializing In

FRESH FISH and AGED BEEF
With A CHOICE SALAD BAR

Cabaret Concert

Of Over 35 Items From Which To Choose

The Southfield Sym-
phony Orchestra will pre-
sent a pops cabaret 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the South-
field Civic Center pavillion.
Tickets will be available at
the door.

Valet Parking Available

LUNCH COMPLETE LUNCHEONS
AND DINNERS
DINNER
PRIVATE

Mon.-Sat. 11:30-3 p.m.

BANQUET FACILITIES

(Reg.) Tues.-Sat. 5:30-9:30 .

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( BEAN & BARLEY)
INCLUDES: KISHKE, FLANKEN,
SALAD & BREAD BASKET

28.

No
Carry-Out
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Ice Capades
at Joe Louis

Southfield High
Stages Dolly'

27777 FRANKLIN RD.

CARRY-OUT SPECIALS—MAR. 11 THRU MAR. 17

CHOPPED LIVER
-
$1.68 lb.
VIENNA CORNED BEEF
'
$4.58 lb.
,...1 OUR HOMEMADE COLE SLAW OR POTATO SALAD .... .... .78 lb.
7 ` ROSE'S OWN CREAMY GARLIC DRESSING .. . .... ..... .$1.58 jar '

BREAKFAST SPECIAL—MAR. 11 THRU MAR. 17

Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.

14-

Sun. 6 a:m.-10 a.m.

PANCAKES

OR

4. CHICKEN LIVERS
OMELETTE

$ 1 48 s) t .

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

No
Carry-Out
igh ■ Iiimmarrif

HOP OVER SPECIAL—MAR. 11 THRU MAR. 17

0 p.m.

NO SUNDAYS

HOT BEEF
SANDWICH

WITH POTATOES & GRAVY

‘72 9N 8
0

Carry-Out

DINNER SPECIAL—MAR. 11 THRU MAR. t7

CHOPPED
VEAL STEAK

8

SMOTHERED IN ONIONS
WE GRIND OUR OWN MEAT!

No
Carry-Out

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

WETRUNin

IRVIN

THE DELICIOUS ALL HOMEMADE
Restaurant - Delicatessen

AL
21161 GREENFIELD RD. 559-1380
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114,1 olk. N. of 11 MILE RD.

ON
PE TUES.- SUN .
6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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