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June 17, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Boblo Cruise
to Fight Cancer

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

WHAT USED TO be just
nice little annual meetings
by Temple Beth El Brother-
hood . . . announcing new
slate of officers as the main
agenda item . . . has become
much more for this fine and
highly respected group.
Almost 100 guys and gals
enjoyed the evening's fes-
tivities . .'. as new officers
were sworn in by Temple
Beth El's senior rabbi, Dan-
nel Schwartz . . . Ray Ab-
rams, president; Ted Dizik,
first vice president; Dick
Gersten, second vice
president; Dr. Burt Fogel-
man, treasurer; Stan Co-
hen, secretary; and George
Stern, assistant secretary
. . . Also, a new office was
created by Ray this night
. . . with Dr. Jerry Geren-
raich appointed assistant
treasurer.
Food was among the
finest yet we're told . . . as
five members of Gourmet
Cooking class taught by
Richard Zimmerman, Mark
of Excellence Catering's
executive chef . . . that
meets Wednesday nights at
Temple Beth El . . . Dr.
Fogelman, Mark Manhoff,
Ted Dizik, Mike Seltzer and
Dr. Barry Abrams . .. Roast
beef certainly was delicious.
Henry and Michael Ab-
rains, Ray's sons, grabb-
ing slices of bread before
dinner . . . and _ oodles
more during . . . "That's
what they were raised
on," said sister Suzie . .
Izzy Malin on Central
basketball team that beat
Northern for city cham-
pionship in 1934 ... Doug
Bloom taking pictures
after his outgoing
president speech.
Flora Winton, Frank's
wife, the first woman in his-
tory of Temple Beth El
(since 1850) to become its
president . . "My husband
is late as usual," remarking
Carol of clean-cut rabbi
hubby Dannel . . . Invoca-
tion by Jason Tickton, who
filled in for associate rabbi
Norman Roman . . . and
later referred to by Rabbi
Schwartz as "Rabbi
Tickton."
Award given yearly in
honor of Robert Rosenbush,
who passed on seven years
ago, to person contributing
most to Judaism . . . and
traits Bob embodied, study,
work and deeds of kindness
. . . by Iz and Fran Malin .. .
going to Jakm, who joins
an elite group . . . Doug
Schubot, Stan Clamage, Al
Lindenbaum, Aid Kushner,
Mel Wilner and Dr. Richard
C. Hertz.
Jason and wife Mamie
given trip to Israel from
Temple Beth El for his '50
years of service . . . They'll
meet Ben Maas in Haifa,
dedicating a new building
for Technion
Temple Beth El Brother-
hood has 366 members . . . is
oldest in U.S. and largest in
Michigan . . . Beth El

started in 1850 as a congre-
gation (not temple) with 12
families . . . Ray's group was
known as a men's club about
50 years . . . until he made
motion that passed to call it
a brotherhood.
FERN CARNICK
EDELSTEIN graduated
Mumford High in June
1955, married and raised
family of four now in their
late teens and early 20s .. .
Now 28 years later, Fern is
fulfilling her life-long
dream . . . She graduates
this month from Oakland
Community College with a
degree in nursing.
CONGRATS . . . to Mol-
lie Portin . . . on her birth-
day . . . Party by daughters
at Michigan Inn this Sun-
day will also have her
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
ESTHER OSOFF
RICHMAN kept a secret
for many years . . . and at
age 60 told of not graduat-
ing high school . . . Her fam-
ily encouraged Esther to go
for that diploma-. . . and she
enrolled in Berkley's Tyn-
dal Education Center .. .
Today is a proud day for
Esther and her family .. .
She is a member of the Tyn-
dal graduating class.
CONGRATS . . . to. Lena
and Hyman Zack . . . on
their 60th anniversary.
SACCHI, much talked-
about "What will it be?"
store opens around June 23
at the Boardwalk, Orchard
Lake Rd., south of Maple .. .
It'll handle handbags, lug-
gage and accessories .. .
Name Sacchi is Italian for
"Sacks (sacs) in Quantity"
. . . Owners will be brother
and sister, Jason Reis and
Carole Gold.
CONGRATS . . . To Dr.
Felix and Rose Rosenwach
. . . on their 44th anniver-
sary.
FORTY-YEAR dream
has been realized by Hy
Weinstein . . . It's his Inter-
national Jewelry Exchange
of Michigan . . . in South-
field Plaza, Southfield and
12 1/2 Mile . . . containing 34
mini stores . . . 20 are for
jewelers and watchmakers
selling and repairing . . . 14
for wholesale, discount sell-
ing . . . It's the only opera-
tion of its kind within 600
miles . . . nearest one is on
47th St. in New York.
Hy has everything down
pat . . . low rent, telephones,
electrical outlets, jewelry
cases, workbenches, private
diamond room for all, indi-
vidual safes within large,
heavy-doored vault.
There's even a ruler on all
mini-store counters!

Arms to Saudis?

BONN (JTA) — The West
German government is cur-
rently examining the ques-
tion of possible arms sales to
Saudi Arabia, Economic
Minister Otto Count
Lambsdorff told a radio in-
terviewer.

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dining room, carry-out and trays

• lunch • dinner
• breakfast
• after-theater • kiddie mom

open tuesdays thru sundays
.

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Fri. 11 to 11. Sat. 11 to 12

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• Private Dining Room • Businessmen's Luncheons

I

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353-5121j

Corner of 12 Mile & Evergreen

COUNTRY VILLAGE CENTER

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&ag.rti
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CARL'S

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$7.25
$7.50
$5.75
$8.50
$7.75
$5.00
$3.75

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VEAL SICILIANO
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CHICKEN ROSA
FILET MIGNON
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Confidence is a thing not
to be produced by compul-
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into trust.

deli

MARK, MIKE AND DUKE
LARCO

LARCO
BROS.

The Michigan Cancer
Foundation and radio sta-
tion WCZY will co-sponsor a
benefit cruise on the Boblo
boat Tuesday evening.
The cruise, designed to
raise money for the fight
against cancer, will depart
from the Boblo dock
downtown at 8 p.m. and re-
turn at 11 p.m. The trip will
include a box dinner and
entertainment. WCZY per-
sonality Dick Purtan will
serve as emcee.
To reserve tickets, con-
tact the Michigan Cancer
Foundation, 833-0710.

Friday, June 17, 1983 33

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EASY PARKING
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322 W. McNICHOLS, Bet. Woodward & Second

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FUNG LIM'S

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Saturday 11 to 1
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Fri. & Sat. Dinner til 12 Mid.
Sun. 12-9

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