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May 10, 1985 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-10

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54

Friday, May 10, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING POST

of Southfield

DANNY RASKIN

25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

Complete Greek and American Cuisine

• Lunch & Dinner • Cocktail Lounge •

BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL AFFAIRS

1

SUNDAY BRUNCH

10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Hot & Cold • All-You-Can-Eat

OUTSIDE CATERING AVAILABLE
FOR ANY OCCASION

[SALL TONY 569-0882

$

895$450

Adults

4305 Orchard
Lake Road

I
OPEN
MOTHER'S
DAY

,

Under 10

Includes Coffee, Tea or Bev.

DON'T FORGET DEPT. . . .

Located In
The Pine Lake Mall

10 a.m.-9 p.m.

851-2770

CASUAL
FAMILY DINING

DINNER FOR TWO

Featuring

TWO 14 OZ. NEW YORK STEAK DINNERS

OR
Your Choice Of Four Other Entiee ,,

DINNER INCLUDES:

SALAD, CHOICE OF
VEGETABLE OR POTATO,
BREAD BASKET

• Orange Roughy
• 1 /2 Broiled Chicken

• Shrimp & Spinach Fettucine
• Chicken Teriyaki

Expires 7-31-85

Dining Hours. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a m -10 p.m.. Fri. & Sat. 11 a M.-12 Mid. Sun. 10 a m -9 p.m

THOSE WONDERFUL 36 x 9
CALL POLICE auto back window
banners in large reflecting letters
. . . being sold by National Council
of Jewish Women, Greater De-
troit Section . . . are just $3 .. .
They can be ordered by mail .. .
Send check, name and address to
. .. NCJW-Banner, P.O. Box 70,
Lathrup Village 48076 . . . The
heavy duty plastic that folds up
and is put into glove compartment
for emergencies has double-sided
tape.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Sid Shayne . . . recuperating at
home after six coronary bypasses
at Massachusetts General Hospi-
tal in Boston.

.

Tomorrow is fund-raiser by
Autumn Hills ORT . with af-
fordable works of art at Art Poster
in La Mirage on Northwestern,
7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. . . . $10 per
couple at door or $8 in advance .. .
includes hors d'oeuvres and
music, too.
GROUPS USUALLY . . . sol-
icit stores and companies for fund
raising events . . . but tables were
turned recently when Mario
Bitanti and Max Rieger of
Mariomax Salons contacted City
of Hope Helen Rosenberg Cancer
Fighters . . . Result is they'll put
on a mother and daughter Dessert
Fashion Gala with five stores and
Mariomax hairstyling . . . It'll by
7:30 p.m. May 20 at Temple Beth
El . . . $6 donation goes for re-
search in cancer and other catas-
trophic diseases . . . Arlene Cutler
is president . . . For more info call
chairgal Mary Cohen, 661-4441,
or Sylvia Epstein, 557-3919.

BEN AND MAYOR CHAR-
LOTTE ROTHSTEIN of Oak

areali6ur

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

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
FOR MOTHER'S DAY
THIS SUNDAY

Regular Dinner Menu 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Complimentary Rose For
Every Mother

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

Tay dun takeout Paltfg Tic*, en welt Wet
to gout keste eit s ire.

call your host
PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

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



Park took motor home to smelt
fish in Lexington . . . None to be
had since missed smelt run by two
days because of engine problem
. . . chartered boat and went fish-
ing anyway . . . They caught four
fish . . . with Charlotte getting the
biggest . . . a king salmon . . . 171/2
pounds and yardstick long .. .
Took her almost 30 minutes to
land the fighting salmon . . . but
smilingly and very proudly
brought it in all by herself.
CONGRATS . . . to Shirley and
Ray Abrams . . . on 37th anniver-
sary.

ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE

By Temple Beth El Sisterhood is
this Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
and Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at
the temple, Telegraph and 14
Mile.
ANN MANDELBAUM, trans-
lator and interpreter, with barris-
ter hubby George Mann, will have
discussion talk and slide pre-
sentation on "The Plight of Ethio-
pian Jewry. An Eye Witness Ac-
count" this Monday, 8:30 p.m., at
Birmingham Temple . . . $2.50
donation goes to Ethiopian relief.
AT STRIKE & SPARE Bowl-
ing Lanes recently, Jewish War
Veterans held annual bowling
night for JARC and group home
citizens . . . It's last night of bowl-
ing for the season, and JWV gives
this night to the "special" people.
Jeff Lutz fashioned the evening
and collected trophies from many
bowlers, plus purchasing some at
garage sales . . . He fixed and
polished them . . . spending many

months preparing for this one
night . . . As a result, 60 bowlers
received 60 huge trophies . . . a
truly wonderful deed.
Betty Cohen writes, "If anyone
could see the faces of these people
as they received the trophy from
Jeff, it would melt stone. They
were so proud and excited to have
accomplished this difficult
achievement over such severe
odds. Many are retarded but some
are physically handicapped as
well. The 60 citizens that showed
up and bowled are a tribute to the
groups that sponsor them. It is ob-
vious that the well-being of these
people has tremendously ad-
vanced over the years."
LOU BARDEN, local barris-
ter, has been asked to appear sec-
ond time for Temple Beth El's
Middle Years Group, May- 19, 1
p.m. . . . His topic will be "Laugh
and Stay Young."
When chairman Clement
Weitzman called him, Lou said
he'd have to remember stories
that he told the last time so as not
to repeat any when speaking on
"Jewish Humor — What's Funny
About it?" . . . Clem called to re-
confirm his appearance and was
told by Lou . . . "I told my wife,
Mamie, about the request for my
second appearance. The following
day when I returned from my
office, she handed me a note which
read: 'If you remember all of the
stories with all the words that
mold them, how come you forget
how many times you've told
them? Signed, Anonymously
yours with Love — Mamie.'"

A VERY HEALTHY AND
HAPPY . . . MOTHER'S DAY
. . . to all the wonderful gals for

whom Sunday is their own very
personal day . . . Our mom, Mrs.
Minnie Raskin used to say, "Why
the fuss? Every day is Mother's
Day," but she always secretly
looked forward to this great occa-
sion . . . Like so many others,
Mom liked to give more than she
received . . . and it was important
for us all to recognize this particu-
lar day . . . So if you have your
mom . . . show her lots and lots of
love . . . she deserves it.

Baseball Benefit

Tickets are available for "Len
Gilman Night at the Ball Park."
Mr. Gilman, who was United
States Attorney for the Eastern
District of Michigan, and a former
assistant prosecuting attorney for
Oakland and Wayne Counties,
died recently at age 43.
The baseball fund raiser will
form the basis of the "Leonard
Gilman Trust Fund" which has
been established to provide edu-
cational financial aid to Mr. Gil-
man's 13-year-old daughter Kel-
ley.
Cost of a ticket includes a re-
served seat and refreshments at
the May 29 night baseball game
between the Detroit Tigers and
Oakland Athletics at Tiger
Stadium.
For tickets, call Allen Wolf at
the Oakland County Prosecutor's
Office, 858-0656.

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