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June 14, 1985 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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Friday, June 14, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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FREE
MORNING FREE PRESS

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

IN THE

WITH

‘11115

2 EGGS, TOAST, HASH BROWNS,
BACON OR SAUSAGE

7 a.m.
to 11 a.m.
Mon.-Sat.

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Only

ROCKY'S

179

PIZZERIA

Italian-American Food
10517 W. 7 MILE, East of Meyers

864-8553

19475 W. 10 MILE

1 Block East of Evergreen
Southfield • 546-0966

I

STILL SERVING THE
BEST FOOD IN TOWN!

TRY OUR GREAT PIZZA I
WITH CORNED BEEF

of Southfield

25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

Complete Greek and American Cuisine

• Lunch & Dinner • Cocktail Lounge •

BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL AFFAIRS

SUNDAY BRUNCH

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

OUTSIDE CATERING AVAILABLE
FOR ANY OCCASION

I CALL TONY 569-0882

Adults
$ 8 95$450
Under 10

Includes Coffee, Tea or Bev.

excaliour

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

available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 42 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet -
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

'Ng aux takeout Poly Two, tot tviet cola
to yam Itiuste en eifice.
call your host

MARILYN SCHECHTER,

PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

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

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WITH U.S. OPEN Golf Tour-
nament here at Oakland Hills,
ABC Sports chose Better Business
Equipment on W. Nine Mile,
Ferndale, as its principal supplier
during the event . . . Chris Shen-
kel's desk will be sold below cost
following the tourney . . . Also
Howard Cosell's typewriter .. .
Other companies are also, bene-
fitting from the national event.
IT'S HENRY, not Harry, and
Betty Zaft . . . recently honored on
50th anniversary . . . with total
affair, exchanging vows and re-
ception, at Giorgio's in Birming-
ham . . . Sorry for the error on
daughter Madelon Yarows .. .
Congrats again and again to
Henry and Betty Zaft.
WAS A HUGE rainstorm in
the morning . . . and things looked
bleak for backyard dinner and fes-
tivities with 120 people invited by
Ilene and Ben Monast . . . But
turned into a beautiful evening to
celebrate son Dale's graduation as
doctor of podiatric medicine .. .
and daughter Sheila's visit from
Albuquerque, N.M.
CONGRATS ... to Bess and
Sidney Warnick . . . on their 50th
anniversary . . . Party this Sun-
day at Furniture Club will be by
their children, Allan and Liz
Warnick, Susan and Gordon
Shlom and Paul and Marsha
Warnick.
They met at Northern High and
he proposed in balcony of the
Michigan Theater . . . while at
work as captain of the ushers .. .
Bess and Sid toil together daily in
his accounting practice.
GET WELL WISHESto Ed-
ward Grad . . . recuperating after
surgery at Beaumont Hospital.
JEFF PEARLMAN, son of
Benji and Lois Pearlman, is re-
ceiving much note about his 65-
foot luxury yacht, Mon Coeur
("My Heart" in French) . . . which
people charter for one day to a
month . . . It sleeps six and is
docked at Main Harbor, Monte
Carlo, France.
On board, Jeff has a chef plus
captain and a crew of two . . . Ben-
ji's and Lois' other son, Andrew, a
freshman at University of Michi-
gan, works as one of the de-
ckhands, plus taking people on
water skiing trips . . . He's brother
Jeff's "Jack of all trades" from
going maintenance on boat to
shopping in town for the boat's
chef . . . This is Andrew's third
year toiling, funning and sunning
with Jeff.
CONGRATS ... to Claire and
Leo Raminick . . . and Reva and
Seymour (Blackie) Joseph . . . on
their 35th anniversaries.
The lifelong friends were wed
same day at old Beth Aaron
Synagogue on Wyoming . . .
Raminicks in morning and
Josephs at noon . . . Both couples
live in Southfield . . . and still
celebrate each year together.

k

localte printmaker, sculptress,
papermaker, painter and jeweler,
will exhibit her porcelain jewelry
at Art In The Square, Applegate
Square, Northwestern between
12 and 13 Mile, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
today and Saturday . . . Marilyn's
works are in permanent collec-
tions at Detroit Institute of Arts,
S.S. Kresge World Headquarters

and Library of Congress . . .
among other sites.
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Isabelle Unrot . . . recuperating at
home after hip replacement
surgery in Beaumont Hospital.
"54 YEARS LATE" writes
Harold Sher . . . proud of wife Ida
who was recently bat mitzvah at
Temple Sha'aray Tzedek in Sun-
rise, Fla. . . . The former De-
troiters now living in Ft. Lauder-
dale, Fla., have been wed 48
years.
OAK PARK SCHOOL Dis-
trict recently had a "seniors back
to school day" . . . 120 in Royal
Oak Township, OP Community
Center, Jewish Community Cen-
ter and Jewish Federation Apts.
were picked up by bus and taken
to Roosevelt School for continen-
tal breakfast . . . 60 seniors rode
buses to Einstein School and 60 to
Oak Park High . . . touring the
buildings . . . Then back to
Roosevelt . . . and short student
musical presentation.
REUNION DEPT. ... If any
plans are afoot for a Central High
shindig for class of 1950, contact
Donna Harris Bassin, 17285 Sun-
derland Dr., Granada Hills, Calif.
. . . Southfield High. Class of 1975
is Sept. 14 at Troy Hilton Inn .. .
For more info call Rick Beren
352-4938, or Robin Van Every,
651-2628 . . . Central High 30-
year biggie is Nov. 23 at Roma's of
Bloomfield, Telegraph . . . Call
Millie (Goldman) Mertz, 557-5784
for info . . . 20-year Mackenzie
High get-together for 1964
through 1967 grads is this year
. . . Call Antoinette Sutton-
Glispie, 867-6215.

ROCHELLE STEINBERG,

daughter of Harry and Anne
Steinberg, has been named to
University of Massachusetts at
Amherst Mortar Board . . . it's a
national honor society for univer-
sity students who have shown
outstanding qualities of schol-
arship, leadership and service to
the school's community . . .
Rochelle is a former Southfield-
Lathrup High grad . . . now major-
ing in Judaic studies and market-
ing.

REVISED DEFINITIONS
... Abalone, an expression of dis-

belief . . . Anatomy, something
everybody's got, but it looks better
on Raquel Welch . . . Archeologist
. . . a man whose career is in ruins
. . . Bachelor, a smarty pants who
Mrs. nobody . . . Bigamist, fog
over Naples . . . Bulldozer, one
who sleeps through campaign
speech . . . Cobra, underthing
worn by Siamese twins . . . De-
bate, what attracts de fish .. .
Hula, a shake in the grass .. .
Janitor, a floor flusher . . . Pillage,
about 16 for most girls . . . Red
Letter Day, when Moscow citizens
get their mail . . . Summer, when
parents pack up their troubles
and send them to camp . . .
Teetotaler, an official golf scorer
. . . Vice Versa, poetry not fit for
kids to read.

Singer Performs

Somerset Mall's free concert
will present Ortheia Barnes sing-
ing with Jimmy Dowall at the
piano on SIrnday at 2 p.m.

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