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February 22, 1985 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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744.11.1111111.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 22, 1985

45

D imitri's Of Smithfield

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

569-0882
SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

LUNCH and DINNER

COMMITTEE FOR reunion of
Detroit guys and gals who live in
Arizona . . . around Scotsdale,
Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, etc. . . . is
toiling for the fun-together,
March 30, 7:30 p.m., at The Joc-
key Club on Highland Ave. in
Phoenix.
Purpose is to organize a Detroit
Club in the area.
On the Detroit Committee
down there are . . . Elaine and Big
Lou Sarko, Elaine and Harry
Wenner, Bunny and Dr. Alan
Nichamin, Carole Yaffa, David
Bauer, Eddie Mittleman and
Marcia and Richard Azimov.
Joe and Shirley Broder, who
own part of Sanders Ice Cream,
are sending plenty of hot fudge for
dessert . . . to give a local flavor
. . . Hors d'oeuvres will include
Jewish hotdogs, chopped liver,
etc.
Over 300 people are expected to
eat, gab and dance . . . Call Big
Lou Sarko, 602-990-2722 . . . or
write to Detroit Committee, Box
2325, Scotsdale, Ariz. 85252.
BIRTHDAY CONGRATS . . .
to Barbara Feinberg . . . cele-
brated with surprise party for
about 30 at Excalibur . . . by
hubby Roy.
RUN ORGANIZED BY Jim
Glasgow, athletic director at
Executive Athletic Club . . . with
proceeds assisting research for
Alzheimer's Disease . . . has been
shifted to June . . . EAC will
merge its runners with annual
Northland Fun Run . . . Al-
zheimer's research being the total
benefactor . . . Call Jim at 354-
8080, or Rick Bornstein, 352-
0400, or SO Cohen, 964-7130.
THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER
ASK DEPT. . . . Tain't easy try-
ing to get back into condition .. .
but little by little at Executive
Athletic Club, run and owned by
Phyllis and Stan Satovsky, we're
beginning to notice some muscle
relaxation . . . If they could talk,
conversation would probably be
something like one muscle telling
another, "It's about time some-
body woke us up. Sure feels good."
. . . Plus Athletic Director Jim
Glasgow's varied routines to
music, there's those new-fangled
bicycles at EAC where guys can
put clip on earlobe and pulse is
registered while cycling ... It's
absolutely disgusting, though, to
see so many other guys in such
great physical condition.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Lou Miller . . . at Sinai Hospital.
ERRATA DEPT. . . . It's Rose
Roth, chairman of Sholem
Aleichem Institute's 22nd Art
Show, March 7-10 . . . Lillian
Meisner is gal to call for more info,
569-1270.
MIKE MARONTATE . . . is
filling big shoes taking over as
local variety club Chief Barker
from Bruce Rosen, who wielded
gavel two years . . . but little
doubt about his capability.
Recent Variety Club luncheon
at Standard Club was another big
success . . . even though the
weather kept a lot of members
away . . . Waiters like Jim Cos-
tello helped out in doing good
service job for ace SC Manager
Bud Sherbow.
Guest Peter Marshall, star of
La Cage Aux Folles at Fisher The-

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ater thru March 3, said, "All the
proceeds from La Cage goes to a
needy family, the Nederlanders."
CONGRATS . . . to Bernard
Schlussel . . . on his 81st birthday.
PRE SHOWING of "The Pre-
cious Legacy," art and ritual ob-
jects taken from Czechoslabakian
Jewish homes during World War
II by the Nazis . . . and now housed
at Czechoslavakian Art Museum
. . . is March 5 . . . by National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section, 12 to 1:30
p.m. . . . The exhibit is prior to
showing being given at Detroit
Institute of Arts . . . $4 includes
lunch and speaker, docent (guide)
Esther Tarnoff Cooper from DIA
. . . Carol Isaacson is chairgal and
Janice Cutler, vice chairman .. .
For more info, call NCJW office,
258-6000.
SEEING SCENES . . . Always
with cigars, clothier Harry
Thomas, Irving "Bizon" Golds-
tein, barrister Bruce Saperstein
and Alex Rubin . . . Not with them
anymore-, Dave Rubin and Marty
Weinstock . . . Marvin Leader still
a terrific dancer . . .getting oohs
from onlookers with his fancy
terpsi-stepping.
YAACOV AGAM'S second
appearance here will be Feb. 26
. . . Illness unabling travel from
France forced cancellation of his
Feb. 14 kinetic art showing at
Park West Galleries on North-
western Hwy . . . Tickets for prev-
iously scheduled exhibit will be
honored.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Leo Yeszin of Cadillac Luggage
downtown Detroit . . . after triple
bypass operation at Beaumont
Hospital.
RE-
NEWLY
JUVENATEDhome after fire at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses is site of its Monte Carlo
Night, March 16, 8 p.m. . . . Mari-
lyn Rice, 827-2923, is chairlassie
. . . For more info, call the
synagogue office, 851-6880.
HERE'S DOG DEVOTION
. . . Morrie and Sylvia Bobroff left
80-degree weather in Florida to
come back here for month and
take care of Noodles . . . a member
of the family, he was being cared
for by housekeeper . . . who had to
leave . . . and called them.
BEAUTY HINTS FOR GALS
. . . by Tamara Friedman of Tam-
ara's Institute de Beaute on
Northwestern . . . For dry winter
lips from wind and cold, try a vit-
amin E lipstick under your reg-
ular lipstick or above . . . It will
heal and smooth chapped lips .. .
Remove makeup when working
out . . . Makeup plus perspiration
can result in clogged pores . . . Be-
fore snuggling under the covers,
turn on your humidifier or place a
bowl of water near heat register to
add moisture in the air and keep
dry heat from drying out your
-
skin.

HOURS: MON.-SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., SUN. 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Kitchen open til 12 mid. Sun.-Thurs., til 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat.

BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL AFFAIRS

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LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns of Yesteryears .. .

March 19, 1948. . Hy Horens-
tein on the job working 16 hours a
day at his delicatessen . . . Of the
eight remaining hours, he man-
ages to catch up on his reading .. .
and still get in the necessary
winks."

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Children
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10

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Tea or Bev.

Adults

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THE NEW YORK TIMES

Friday, March 8, 1985 — 8 pm



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