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October 05, 1984 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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•TO(DOANtjorylsH -NEWS

Friday, October; 5, 1984

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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

AT TALLY HALL

CLASSIFIEDS

31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD. at 14 Mile • Farmington Hills

GREEK FOOD

For All
Your Needs

HEY'RE THE ONLY ones
th right to start a fire . . . and
1 be during Fire Prevention
eek, Oct. 7-13 in Southfield .. .
uthfield Firefighters Associa-
n and city puts on its open
use this Sunday, 12 noon to 5
. at Headquarters Fire Station
Iiser south of Ten Mile . . . Pur-
► se is to educate public about fire
f..sy.
[There'll be a high-rise rescue
• monstration, extraction -from
of auto accident victim, Life
pport Unit operations, movies,
rnes . . . and a simulated rescue.
Even fire truck rides for the
lildren along with exciting
mionstrations . . . with South-
eld Fire Dept. proudly showing
Ff its fine display of skills,
iluipment and services.
Even "Sparky The Dog" will ar-
e by helicopter to greet
reryone . . . Last year, over 4,000
v ended the special day of fun
nd informative activities .. .
iso available will be free bal-
ons and free blood pressure
ecks by Life Support Unit
_edics . . . No charge for admis-
ion.
CONGRATS ... to C.P.A.
Borman Ross . . . on his 60th
irthday.
i- RRATA DEPT. ... Correct
[ate is Oct. 15 . . . for the Broad-
ray fashion show extravaganza
■ eing produced by Leah Marks for
he Michigan Co. . . . at
v.lusic Hall.
BIGGEST FEAR among gals
hearing their stunning outfits to
'hindigs has, for time galore, been
at someone else will have on the
ame thing they do . . . Newest
lace to open at La Mirage on
i_orthwestern, between 12 and
1.3, takes that "scary thought"
way . . . Most of Sentier's one-
1',.a.-kind clothes are not on the
American market . . . and the
European designers don't even
have distributors in this country.
Sentier and its European
3 men's fashions, is Morris Mar-
gulies' latest tenant . . . opening
..9.st, week in La Mirage's mall
area . . . by owners Tanya Kauf-
man and Lena Kheynson.
SUE SMITH took her son Scott
to California for his 21st birthday
resent . . . He rented a costume
and got on CBS's "Big Deal" .. .
ri,vinning $7,500 cash plus $500 of
game carpeting . . . The show was
taped and will be aired here 9 a.m.
Nov. 7 on WJBK-TV, Channel 2.
SID SILVERMAN, national
administrative board member,
Zionist Organzation of America,
was in New York to preview Mike
Burstyn, actor, singer, dancer,
appearing in Manhattan . . . He
came back here raving to wife Lil
'about Mike . . . who will be one of
the headliners at Balfour Cele-
'I bration, Oct. 28, Ford Auditorium
. . . with fine concert pianist
David Syme, son of Rabbi M.
Robert and Sonia Syme . . . plus
Clara Barry, formerly one of the
two Barry Sisters.
BEBE AND IRVING Field,
recently returned from LaJolla,
Calif . . . attending bar mitzvah
Of grandson Jonathan, son of
' Bonnie and Dr. Abe Romanowsky
. . Jonathan took over both Fri-
day and Saturday morning serv-
ces . . . composing two speeches,
in English and in Spanish .. .

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Bonnie and Abe lived. in Mexico,
where Jonathan was born, for 14
years . . . He and sister Diane
speak English, Spanish and He-
brew.
For Jonathan's Saturday nite
party, Carole Freed, daughter of
Bebe and Irving, sang The Sab-
bath Prayer from Fiddler On The
Roof . . . Carole has been in the
theater ten years, and recently re-
ceived her master's degree in
therapy.
NAME WAS TO HAVE been
"Touch of Glass" . . . On way to
register name, Judy and Les Kop-
boy saw a place in Franklin Vil-
lage called the Slade House .. .
She liked the name so much that
by the time they arrived at clerk's
office, their place in Applegate
Square, Northwestern between
12 and 13, was to be known as
Slades instead.
Remodeling at Anny Blatt in
Applegate Square by Germaine
Smith and Sheila Charlip is in
stage one . . . showing all its 45
and more natural fiber wools .. .
now in bins to see and feel . . . Plus
selling yarn for others, the gals do
custom knitting and custom pat-
terns . . . Their other partner,
Marguerite Sullivan, an interior
designer, decorated the shop.
STEVE AND JEFF, sons of
Dr. Stanley and Marilyn Levine,
have Tam-O-Shanter trophies for
the home . . . Steve won first flight
honors and Jeff is new junior club
champion.
IT'S HERE AGAIN . . . by still
more demand . . . (at least 12
times already) . . . "Mama Loved
Littman's" by Sisterhood of Cong.
Beth Achim and Louis Marshall
Chapter, B'nai B'rith, is Oct. 21, 2
p.m. and 8 p.m., at Beth Achim. on
12 Mile . . . For tickets, call Re-
becca Pearlman, 544-7470, or
Cong. Beth Achim, 352-8670.

• SOUVLAKI • SPINACH PIE • GREEK SALAD • BAKLAVA • RICE PUDDING

GREEK FOOD 855-4866

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areati6ur

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges



available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet -
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

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call your host
PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

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28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI

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'BEAUTY & HEALTH TIPS
... by Tamara Friedman . . . To

dry up a blemish, dab it several
times a day with lemon juice .. .
Fresh, cold cucumbers placed on
your eyelids will get rid of redness
and puffiness caused by tired
eyes.

ETON STREET STATION

BY THE WAY, proceeds from

sale of refreshments at food
booths during Southfield's open
house this weekend for Fire Pre-
vention Week will benefit Na-
tional Institute for Burn Medicine
in Ann Arbor.

TRAVELING SALESMAN

Bennett Klein, enroute to
Saginaw, stayed at a hotel with
thin walls . . . He was awakened
in middle of the night by a sleepy
voice saying, "Would you get me a
drink of water, dear?" . . . Bennett
got up, stumbled to the bathroom
and came back with a glass of
water . . . before realizing he was
sleeping alone!

LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS of yesteryears .. .
Dec. 8, 1967 ... "Client of

C.P.A. Jack Linden asked his
wife, 'For our wedding anniver-
sary, would you rather have a
mink coat or a trip to Sweden?' .. .
`Let's go to Sweden,' the wife re-
plied. 'I understand that mink
coats are much cheaper there
than here.' "

Now Serving Dinner Sundays 4 to 9 p.m.
Brunch Begins Oct. 7, 10:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Wishing Our Customers and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year

245 S. Eton

Corner of Maple
Birmingham

647-7774

Stop in and visit

Nifty Norman's

1403 S. Commerce Rd. , Walled Lake

.

624-6660

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