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March 09, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

Israel's Foreign
Trade Deficit Is
`Highest Priority'

Friday, March 9,

The Best.
The Biggest.

THE BRUNCH.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Moshe Mandelbaum, gov-
ernor of the Bank of Israel,
said last week that Israel's
top economic priority was to
reduce its foreign trade de-
at*
HOW MANY TIMES is son of Raye Krieger and ficit. The fight against in-
have parents wished there the late Larry Krieger.
1920's BIG CITY BRUNCH
flation also must not be neg-
was a place to drop off their
MAIL DEPT. . . . "I lected, he told a delegation
with Doug Jacobs &
youngsters from two know that you usually write
of the Internal Monetary
months old to 12 years old about the exceptional serv- Fund.
. . . for whatever length of ice received in restaurants,
The IMF delegation was
time . . . while they went to but I am wondering if you
on its regular annual visit
the show, shopping or what- can mention the wonderful
to prepare a report on Is-
ever? . . . Not just anyplace, service received from
rael's economy. Mandel-
but where the children get plumber Peter Friedman of
EVERY SUNDAY 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
baum said that reduced
wonderful treatment and Oak Park. It was 10 degrees
public
demand
and
the
gen-
Adults $9.95 Senior Citizens $7.95
have fun.
below zero. I called Mr. eral slowdown of the
Children under 12 $5.25
This is the new My Place Friedman about 7:30 p.m.
economy stemmed from the
(just for kids) on W. Maple, The main water line had
fact that the public has lost
Call 559-6500 for Reservations
corner of Lahser in Village frozen completely. We have about 30 percent of its
Michigan Inn • 16400 J.L. Hudson Dr. • Southfield, MI 48075
Knoll . . . It's idea of Rick a home without a base-
monetary assets in recent
Shaye . . . a unique, one- ment.
months. It is time for the
of-a-kind alternative to
"Mr. Friedman came over government to implement
a
a,
babysitters or other tradi- at 10:30 at night, and had to
its planned budget cuts, he
tional child care services.
crawl into a crawl space (no said.
One huge room has a easy task in itself, but espe-
medieval play castle full of cially tough with the ex-
It is better to hope than to
toys, complete with arches tremely low tempera- despair.
and large windows to sit in ture).He thawed out the line
or crawl through . . . a and next day called my
climbing platform with home to find out how every-
ramp, tunnels and slides all thing was, reminding me to
padded and carpeted . . . and keep all faucets running
Restaurant
LUNCH and DINNER
(Formerly Giorgio's)
even the youngsters' own throughout this exceptional
• Cocktails
• American Dishes
movie theater with films low cold spell. I think this
25920 GREENFIELD at Limb
and cartoons . . . Rick and was service above and be-
HOURS: MON.-SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., SUN. 11 a.m. to 12 mid.
Oak Park
958-4060
wife Lynne operate My yond the call of duty."
Kitchen open tiL.12 mid. Sun.-Thurs. tit 1 a.m. Fri, & Sat.
Place with its arts and
Barbara Goldstein
OPEN MON.-SAT.
crafts area, board games,
MEL RUBIN was re-
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.
painting and drawing, elec- cently elected new chancel-
tronic games and personal lor commander of Knights
• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99
Mw.-Sat. 6-11 a.m.
computers for fun while of Pythias, Detroit Lodge 55
learning.
• LUNCH SPECIALS
. . . taking over gavel of
There's enough adult Judge Al Betz . . . Joining
• MINER SPECIALS
supervision to make sure Mel at meetings now will be
Replar N asi
children receive undivided blood brother members
attention . . . and get this Dave and Alex.
GOURMET COWITERSIDE
. . . parents are even
Detroit 55 has such a
SPECIALS
supplied with a beeper so great history in charitable,
(Steak Dime, Caesar Salad,
OUTSIDE CATERING
they can be notified in case civic and fraternal work-
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)
AVAILABLE
$795AdlultriTotZteites
:B:43:
p.m.
$450
Children
of emergency.
ings . . . sure would be great
under 10 FOR ALL OCCASIONS
It's open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. if inactive members came
Monday-Thursday, 9 to around.
midnight Friday and
Short scenes at election
Saturday, and noon to 10 . . . Bernard Mond taking
Sunday . . . Rates are sur- pictures with lens cap still
prisingly low . . . compar- on . . . Dave Rubin without a
able to price of regular cigar — no more he says . . .
babysitter . . . Want the Irving "Bizon" Goldstein
phone number? . . . It's the opposite . . . never with-
540-5702.
out a drooping, dripping,
. ART IN THE SQUARE, unlit stogie . . . P.G.C. Carl
Applegate Square shopping Huhn amazing as installing
center's sixth annual art officer.
fair, is definite for June
P.C. Sam "Rabbi" Wilson
23-24 . . . Artists interested very good as usual on instal-,
in exhibiting and selling ling team . . . Ed Hoffman
their original fine arts in with a Polaroid and 35
the art fair should call 855- millimeter cameras around
5400 or write "Art In The his neck . . . Abe Kreiger,
_
Jab.
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48018 . . . Applegate is on posts.
Northwestern between 12
CONGRATS . . . to
and 13.
Magene and Sam Richman
DON KRIEGER was . . . on their 45th anniver-
named "Man of the Year" by sary.
Red Cross Shoes, one of the
IT'S ONE YEAR OLD
largest women's shoe com- for Peanuts on Boardwalk,
panies in the U.S. at recent
Orchard Lake Rd. south of
annual banquet in Cincin-
Maple . . . Expansion of the
nati . . . Don, an account highly-successful operation
It happens every Monday through Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. and includes
executive, was completely for kids takes place within
your choice of Meriwether's "Fresh from Nature Entrees." There's the
surprised since he was in 30 days to enlarge store and
competition with personnel boys department by another
Chicken Teriyaki Vegetables, Chicken Meriwether, Petite Top Sirloin,
throughout the country .. .
Fresh Boston Scrod and our unique San Francisco Stirfry.
750 feet . . . Boys' sizes now
and only with the firm 41/2
And your complete dinner includes your choice of Seafood Chowder or
end at seven . . . but in June
years.
Steak Soup, salad and our famous teacup bread. Plus, your choice of
they'll go to 8, 10 and 12.
He became the youngest
coffee, tea or milk and Haagen Daz ice cream or sherbet for dessert.
CONGRATS . . . to Fran
individual in company's
Join us soon for a fabulous feast you won't soon forget!
and Sol Penskar . . . on their
history to receive this
36th anniversary . . . A
award for highest achieve- double celebration since
ment . . . presented with a was also birth of their first
plaque and an all-expense-
grandchild, Ashley
paid trip for one week .. . Elizabeth Bloom . . . to
any place in the world for Randee and Dr. Robert
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a (twill' itiliPrRegt111/1217,
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