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October 21, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Haifa Textile -
Mill Seeks
Government Aid

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

BIG HONOR is given to

Dr. Earl Kaplan . . . State
headquarters of Michigan
State podiatry Association
on West Ottawa Street in
Lansing has been renamed
The Kaplan House . . . The
MSPA is celebrating its
69th anniversary . . . and
Earl's dedication is for his
40 years as a podiatrist .. .
and pioneer . . . "for lifetime
contributions to the medical
profession of podiatry."
Presentation reads .. .
"As a humanitarian, physi-
cian and podiatric prac-
titioner, educator, hospital
administrator and state and
national leader, Dr. Kaplan
instilled in his fellow col-
leagues a deep and endur-
ing sense of professional
pride and ideals."
BEST BET OF The
Week . . . "Mama Loved
Littman's" starring Dena
Wein . . . by Cong. Beth
Achim Sisterhood . . . this
Sunday, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
. . . and Monday at 8 p.m.

of Beverly Hills, Calif., who
bought at auction original
piano used in movie "Casab-
lanca" with Humphrey
Bogart, is son of localites
Sam and Laura Milan .. .
Sam was a history teacher
at Durfee Intermediate,
counselor at Central High
and principal at Henry Ford
High.
THANKS . . . to Helen
(Avrushin) Weiss, Central
High class of '37 . . . for the
1935 and 1937 yearbooks
loaned to Iz Malin, general
chairman of next year's 50
year Plus or Minus com-
bined reunion by Central
and Northern high schools
. . . 1923 through 1938 . . . If
you have any of these books
call Iz at 864-2506 . . . Also
might be a very good idea to
start making reservations
for this biggie.

HOLIDAY SHOPPERS

can get a fast jump plus
what may be a savings
bonanza while helping
many unfortunate
ELAINE "LAINE" youngsters around the
WINE - is starting out a world . . . The Autumn Hills
winner . . . She hopes to Chapter, Women's Ameri-
open her More Woman can'ORT special fund-raiser
shop at Hunters Square, public sale is this Tuesday,
two doors from Loehmann's 7 to 9 p.m., at Kiddieland in
today or tomorrow .. . spe- Old Orchard Mall, Orchard
cializing in large size de- Lake Road and Maple .. .
signer clothes.
with much of proceeds going
A special back room will toward assisting in the
have garments for gals sizes many fine ORT projects.
16, 18 and 20 . . . Rest of
For more information call
store will be larger and half Dharlene Norris, 533-7293,
sizes.
or Sherri Lisagor, 626-7929.
Partner with Elaine is
ORCHARD PLACE
Shirley Reis, whose daugh- First Anniversary Spec-
ter, Carol, owns Sacchi on tacular is Oct. 28-30 . . . Or-
the Boardwalk . . . "Laine" chard Lake Road south of 14
is also an accountant with Mile . . . with $250 prize
eight Packard Tax Service given from no-obligation
locales . . . but her daily drawing of name from huge
routine will be all day at pumpkin . . . Orchard Place
More Woman . . . where opened Sept. 2, 1982 with
she'll also serve as in-house two stores, T.J. Maxx and B.
model.
Dalton . . . May of this year
CON- saw it completely filled.
BELATED
GRATS . . . to Morry Bob-
HAUNTED BARN fun-
roff on his birthday . . to fest by Farmington Jaycees
Howard Ball in Austin,
and Gaynor's at Orchard
Texas on his birthday.
Place . . . will be at an un-
STAN ZIMMERMAN, used barn on 12 Mile and
23-year-old son of localites Halstead, Oct. 20-31, 7 p.m.
Jackie and Herb Zimmer- to 11 p.m. . . . All proceeds
man, wrote script with go to Farmington needy .. .
partner Jim Berg for recent Gaynor's night is Oct. 27 .. .
episode of the new ABC-TV with half-price coupons at
comedy series, "Just Our the store.
Luck" Tuesdays, 8 p.m.
JORDANA GOLAN
Channel 7 . . . Former and Sara Skoczylas of
Southfield High grad, Stan Chantel, were recently in
is a staff writer for Lorimar Israel . . . and saw menoras
Productions divisions of being hand-blown . . . The
MGM/UA.
gals fell in love with these
SOMETHING DIF- very unique and colorful
FERENT in the way of glass pieces and brought
reunions is Oct. 29, 12 noon them back to their shop on
at Michigan Inn, J.L. Hud- the Boardwalk, Orchard
son Drive . . . It's by former Lake Rd., just south of
employees of Sam's, Inc. Maple.
years back in downtown De-
They also saw glass de-
troit and Dearborn . . . Per-
corative and functional
sons to call are Sonia things being hand-painted
Pittman, 967-1956 . . . Ida and brought them back, also
Stern, 559-6908 . . . or Lil-
. . . in plenty of time for
lian Sherman, 968-1899.
Hanuka.
CONGRATS . . . to Ethel
Big fires flare up in a
and Sol Lakind on their
53rd anniversary . . . to Tobi wind, but little ones are
and Larry Fox on their 25th blown out unless they are
carried in under cover.
anniversary.
-St. Frances de Sales
DR. GARY MILAN, now

.

TEL AVIV (JTA) - The
Ata textile mills, which em-
ploy over 3,000 people in
Haifa and other parts of
northern Israel, has asked
the government to bail it
out of its current financial
difficulties.
David Arbell, general
manager, told the Haifa
Labor Council last week
that unless Ata receives a
$10 million grant from the
government it will be forced
to shut down.
According to Arbell,
shareholders are ready to
invest another $4 million to
keep the plants going, but
only if government aid is
forthcoming. The prospect
that one of the country's
largest private industries
might go out of business
sent shock waves through
the labor market. Anxiety
was registeted in several
new development towns in
Galilee where much of the
local work force is employed
by Ata.
The company has been
hard hit by foreign competi-
tion and the recent devalua-
tions of the shekel which
have increased its dollar
loan debt by 30 percent. Ata
workers have still not re-
ceived their last month's
wages.

Rabbi, Author
Lecture at Mall

The Center for New
Thinking in Birmingham
will present a lecture by
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine on
dealing with intimidation
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Somerset Mall in Troy.
Author Jo Durden-Smith
will be the featured speaker
for the center's Thursday
Forum lecture series at the
mall. She will speak at 10
a.m. in the mall auditorium.
There is a charge for each
event. For information, call
the center, 546-8928.

Yiddish Film
Benefit Slated

Keren Or for Israel will
benefit from the showing of
the film, "Mamale," at 8
p.m. Oct. 30 at the Work-
men's Circle Education
Center, 26341 Coolidge,
Oak Park.
The Polish-made Yiddish
film stars Molly Picon and
Edmund Zayenda. Tickets
will only be available at the
door.
The presentation is made
possible by the Jewish Film
Festival. For details, call
Rubin Sherman, 541-7214.

Piano Recital

Pianist Elsie Watson will
perform the music of Bach,
Beethoven, Schumann and
Ravel in a piano concert
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Oak
Park Library. Admission is
free.

Name Chairman

Eleanor Lakin is the
boutique chairman for the
Harbinger Dance Company.
Proceeds from the sale of
items at the boutique will
benefit the dance company.

Mironov Cited

Dr. Zina Mironov, coach
of the Detroit Metro Gym-
nasts for the Detroit De-
partment of Parks and Rec-
reation, has been named
"Coach of the Year" by the
U.S. Gymnastics Federa-
tion.

GIORGIO'S‘

Restaurant

OPEN
1 DAYS!

47

22140 WOODWARD

968-4060

WITH ALL REG. OR 9-COURSE MEALS!

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99c

REG. MEAL 9-COURSE MEAL

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

• DINNER SPECIALS

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

Your Hosts:

\ GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS

Formerly Betel & Bird

Family Dining

21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. of 11 Mile)

559-1091

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

.7 a.m. to

11

a.m.

$

4 79



• 2 Eggs (any style)
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
• 3 Links of Sausage
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly

I OPEN 1 DAYS -1 a.m.-10 p.oil

544.7933

I E OF
UR
SMALL GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE

OPEN MON.-SAT. \
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

• LUNCH SPECIALS

Just S._ of 9 Mile

• Cocktails

Ferndale

(Formerly Spiro's)
25920 GREENFIELD at Ulan

Oak Park

WE
RIALT0 SAVE
YOU
DOLLARS!

WE
SERVE
THE
BEST!

ANYTIME
OR DAY!

Friday, October 21, 1983 33

$4.25
$4.95
$5.45
$6.25
$3.25
$3.75
$3.95
$7.25
$3.50
$3.75
$3.95
$6.50
$3.95
$3.95
$5.35
$3.95
$3.95
$3.95
$3.75
$4.25
$4.25
$5.95

FRESH BROILED WHITE FISH
STUFFED FLOUNDER
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
FISH & CHIPS
BAKED MEAT LOAF (iks.-Thul.)
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE Ohm. & Tiers.)
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
1/2 BAR-B-Q FRESH CHICKEN
1/2 FRIED FRESH CHICKEN
ROAST FRESH TURKEY wiiissiit
BAR-B-Q RIBS
BABY BEEF. LIVER willeiS Of acs
VEAL CUTLETS
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF au jus
CHOPPED SIRLOIN wigiskrm ssa
VEAL PARMESAN
BAKED LASAGNA
RAVIOLI vumatkii,
MOUSAKA set plat)
SPINACH PIE
FROG LEGS Roadhouse Style

UDES:
REG. MEAL INCL In

LUNCH & DINNER
SPECIALS

LAD,
CHOICE OF SALAD,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE
SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD
& STICKS

3.1 5

FROM
INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., VEG.
BREAD & BUTTER

Pr.
Serving The Finest
Greek-American Food
At Low Moderate Prices

$4.95
$5.95
$6.45
$7_.25
$4.25
$4.75
$4.95
1.25
$4.75
$4.75
$4.95
$7.50
$4.95
$4.95
$6.35
$4.95
$4.95
$4.95
$4.35
$5.25
1.25
$6.65

9-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES:

FRUIT CUP, MCI OR SOUP, CHOICE OF SALAD.
POTATO, VEGETABLE, GREEK BREAD & STICKS,
CORE OR TEA, ME OF DESSERT
Ice
(Strawiery Ciessmice, Mier Pea er
imam, Rice Nan If MO

0,1

OUR SECOND LOCATION
29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY. ,40`

Just N. of 12 Mile

Pa

(Former Healthy
Jones Location)

FRANKLIN
SHOPPING
PLAZA

0

358-2353

OPEN
1 DAYS A WEEK

Mon. thru Sat. 7 a.m. 11 p.m.
Sun. 1 a.m.-10 p.m.

-

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

LOW-CAL
FROSTED TREATS • DESSERTS
rfi
• FULL CARRY-OUT SERVICE • BROILED FISH DAILY
• SPECIALS DAILY, LUNCH & DINNER

DAILY BREAKFAST SPECIALS

7 DAYS - 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

. 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS

. 3 STRIPS OF BACON OR
. 3 LINKS OF SAUSAGE
•TOAST OR BAGEL

$ 1 79

. 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS

. TOAST OR BAGEL

99c

VISIT OUR OTHER LOCATION AT 2280 N. WOODWARD
2 BLKS. N. OF 12 MILE, Royal Oak 544-1810

I ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE - 358-2353

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