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September 07, 1984 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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Friday, September 7, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING POST

Family Dining

21411 SOUTHFIELD

(N. of

559-1091

GEORGE WINGER joins the
hole-in-one club . . . by getting his
at Hilltop Golf Course in
Plymouth . . . using a driver on
the par three, 185-yard hole . .
George was playing in his usual
Saturday foursome . . . with
Sandy Rubin, David Cooper and
Jimmy Cooper.
CONGRATS . . . to Hy and
Ann Krupp . . . on their 50th an-
niversary . . . celebrated with
party for 135 at Kingsley Inn .. .
by son Harvey and family, who
came in from Coral Springs, Fla.
VERY INTERESTING and
most unusual . . . are those
thumbprint sketches made by
Deanna Lawton . . . a great idea
for all kinds of parties . . . She
takes a person's thumbprint and
makes a full caricature, using the
print to do person's face . . . and
embellishing around it . . . Then
Deanna puts it in a plastic stand
. . . I have one on my desk and
people say it's a great innovation
. . . Deanna calls her artistic work
Creative Art . . . She and hubby,
Barry, own Barry's Let's Rent It
on Orchard Lake Road . . . every-
thing imaginable for any occa-
sion, large or small.
WHERE THEY ARE DEPT.
... Dorothy and Irving "Bucky"
Rosen . . . 6010 Coral Lake Dr... .
Margate, Fla. 33063.
AFTER YEAR of teaching at a
British primary school in London,
England, Bonny Torgow, 16 years
in the Southfield school system, is
back at Stevenson Elementary .. .
Hubby, Robert, took it easy being
a "house husband" while they
lived in the St. Johns Wood com-
munity . . . and attended St.
John's Wood Synagogue . . . seat
of Great Britain's chief rabbi,
Emanuel Jackobovitz . . . Bonnie
had won a Fulbright teacher
academy fellowship for '83-'84
academic year . . . Farewell gar-
den party in July for all the Ful-
bright teachers at Lancaster
House, St. James, was hosted by
Her Royal Highness, Princess
Margaret.
ONE HUNDRED NEW
TENNIS balls to the eight Israel
Tennis Centers in Israel were re-
cently donated by Bob Schmal-
zreid, whose Dunham's Sporting
Goods store is in the Sears Lincoln
Park Shopping Center, where
they were part of a promotion .
Seymour Brode, bossman of
Franklin Racquet Club, and vist
president of the Israel Tennis
Centers Association, accepted the
balls on behalf of the centers .. .
This fine gift helps fill a big de-
mand for balls by Israeli children,
says Norman Fishman, executive
vice president in Beverly Hills,
Calif.
TOPAZ CAREER Chapter,
Women's American ORT, has
picked Sept. 23 for its Fall Fash-
ion Review at Gallery Art Center,
12 Mile . . . Original and hand-
painted designs for adults and
children will be featured.
WHAT DO PHOTO-
GRAPHERS do on their day off?
. . •They just don't take any pic-
tures, simple as that . . . Unless
it's, of course, for their own rec-
reation and relaxation . . . Recent
bat mitzvahs of Lisa, daughter of
Harriet and photog Sandy, Fried-
man . . . celebrated at Bay Pointe

ENTERTAINMENT 7 NIGHTS A WEEK
Harpist...Tues., Wed. & Thurs.
Pianist...Fri., Sun. & Mon.
Strolling Violins ...Sat.

.

DANNY. RASKIN

Country Club . . . and Allyson,
daughter of Melissa and Richard
Levine . . . and photog Bernie
Winer's great-niece, feted at
Somerset Inn brqught question,
"Who's got the camera?" . . . They
left it up to David Leavers of
Video Photographers to capture
memories in motion on videotape.
CONGRATS ... to Phil Victor
. . . on his 50th birthday.
BEAUTY AND HEALTH
HINTS ... by Tamara Friedman
. . . "For a great 20-minute pick-
up, grate a peeled cucumber with
a teaspoon of honey. Refrigerate
for 20 minutes. Apply to face and
leave on for half-an-hour. Rinse
with tepid water and gently pat
dry."
TOWN'S BIGGEST deadbeat,
in debt to just about everybody he
knew, told a new girl friend he
was taking her to the most expen-
sive restaurant in town . . . "But
aren't you afraid," he was asked
"that you'll run into a couple of
outraged creditors there?" ...
"Not a chance," sneered the dead-
beat. "When I get through with
them, they can't afford a place like
that!"
BESIDES THE road construc-
tion on Orchard Lake Rolt, take
note of that new shopping center
going up north of Maple . . . to be
known as Sugar Tree Square .. .
by the developers of Applegate
Square and The Boardwalk .. .
It'll have 25 specialty stores .. .
with Ron Licht again leasing
agent, as he was for Applegate
and Boardwalk . . . Sugar Tree
Suqare will be open in spring of
1985.
LOOKING BACK ON Col-
umns Of Yesteryears .. .
MARCH 8, 1968 ... "Mayor
Joe Forbes of Oak Park tells us of
the officer with the force who was
on duty during a period of the riot-
ing last summer . . . A call came in
and he answered, 'Hello, Public
Safety Officer Nassar speaking,
can I help you?' and the obviously
Jewish gent on the other end re-
plying after a moment's notice,
'No, thanks, I'll call the FBI! .. .
(Officer Joseph Nasser is one of
the fine members of Director
Glenn Leonard's department that
places Oak Park among the coun-
try's finest in law enforcement.)"

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Enjoy over 40 freshly prepared items such as: Beef
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One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges

Library group
for adults in
Farmington Hills

The Farmington Hills Branch
Library will offer an adult "Great
Books" discussion group that will
meet every other Thursday eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m. in the library
conference room beginning Sept.
20.
For information, contact Mari-
lyn Smith or Tina Theeke, 553-
0300.

Violin recital
in Oak Park

Professional violinist John
Ronai of Oak Park will perform at
the Oak Park Library on Sept. 16
at 7:30 p.m. Accompanying him at
the piano will be Fontaine Laing.
Admission is free.

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