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September 13, 1985 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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The Best in Dining


3020 Grand River





Italian4merican Food

10517 W. 7

MILE, East of Meyers



Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors. '■ Au bud
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
a tied is t
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 12 noon


Wishing Everyone'I
A. Happy New Year


May you be inscribed in
the book of life for many
years of good health.


Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

Wishes its customers
and friends
A Very Happy and . Healthy
New Year

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield



Stephen Becharas . . . and The Staff Of

6638 Telegraph Road at Maple

In The Bloomfield Plaza


Sincerely Wishes It's Many
Friends And Customers

A Very

Happy NewYear

We thank you for your
gracious patronage . . . and
most sincerely
wish the very best
in health, joy and
prosperity to all


turned tables on his mother,
Tina Klein-Siegal, and grand-
mother Jackie Klein, at recent
bar mitzvah celebration party at
Parklane Station, Dearborn.
Dylon gave mom a bracelet
watch ... and grandma a gold
neckchain ... Was his own idea
with Dylan being taken to
Bruce Weiss Jewelers by Aunt
Lisa Klein, here from Washing-
ton, D.C. ... His very touching
gesture came as a big surprise
to Tina and•Jackie, whose eyes
filled with tears of happiness.
Some 150 attended as Tina
wrote and conducted the
candlelighting ceremony herself.
Not because he gave mom and
grandma surprise gifts ... not
because he did such a good job
on the bima at Livonia Jewish
Congregation ... but because
Dylan has grown up to be a fine
young man ... This is why
people like Sarah Berg, former
Southfield community relations
director, thrilled to come all the
way from California for one of
the big days in his life.
Larry Glazer of Condo & Home
Care ... recuperating at home
after back surgery:
CONGRATS ... to "Bubbe"
Hannah Korman ... now living
in Miami Fla. ... on her 80th
birthday ... And to Hannah's
daughter, localite Dorothy "Dee
Dee" Blum ... on her birthday.
73RD ANNUAL dinner by
City of Hope, Greater Detroit
Chapter, Sept. 28, at Hyatt Re-
gency, Dearborn, will make end
of Bob Berman's two-year term
as president of the group ... He
turns gavel over to Dr. Alan
Dorfman, current vice president.
This will be first time since
way back when that the affair
won't be on a Sunday night ...
Cocktails, 6:30, dinner, 7:30, in
Hubbard Ballroom .... Free
valet parking available and
black tie optional ... For more
info, call Sarah Lee at City of
Hope Office, 353-2535.
of Cong. Beth Shalom, returned
recently after serving as a
30-day volunteer in Israel ...
sponsored by the Eretz Yisroel
Movement in New York ... 71-
year-old Babich spent his time
harvesting grapes and doing
volunter assistance work.



(watercolors), Raymond Katz
(sculptures) and Donald Mendel-
son (oil paintings and water
colors) will exhibit their works
in fourth show of 1985 season by
Michigan Gallery, Michigan and
20th Ave. ... Opening reception
is tomorrow at 7 p.m. ... Gal-
lery hours. are Thursday and
Friday 11-5 p.m., and Saturday
1-5 p.m. Sept. 15 through Oct.
REUNION DEPT. . . . 50-
year combined classes at Mac-
kenzie High 1930-1936 is being
planned ... Call Sarah Ames-
Rudzinski, 271-6797.
CHALK IT UP TO first-time
jitters ... or on•camera
amateurism ... when radio's
Jim Gannon introduced some
folks on phones at recent Jerry

Lewis Telethon for muscular
dystrophy .. . then went to
pledge readers and said, "Now
for some big celebrities!"
Nancy Jacobs, wife of ork
leader Doug Jacobs did fine job
as briefing coordinator and es-
cort to TV room downstairs ...
Hubby Doug bounced and
played the entire 24 hours ...
He and fellow guitarist Jack
Dalton were only ones that
didn't need relief fill-ins ...
- Irene Ross, bosslady coordinator
upstairs, was topnotch worker
again ... Chef Remy Berdy,
minus 30 pounds, came in from
Columbus, Ohio where he is
executive chef at Great South-
ern Hotel.
Sol Lewis like clockwork each
year ... Calls us on 8:30 seg-
ment and gives MD pledge ...
Thanks also to Fran and Iz
Malin and Evelyn and Tom
Mittledorf among so many
others . Lot of local per-
sonalities are not contributing
their services ... some tell us
they would appear but have
never been contacted ... I'm
sure their services wouldn't be
refused if they volunteered in-
stead of waiting for a call ... If
Frank Sinatra wasn't too big to
ask Jerry Lewis, our local talent
shouldn't be either ... Pianist
Chuck Robinette, trumpet men
Johnny Trudell and Tom Saun-
ders and pianist Matt Michaels
could make a fun quartet ...
They were all on telethon to-
gether ... Tom and Johnny also
sat in with Red Garter Band ...
Ron Coden, on earlier, could
also join them (he's at Mountain
Jacks in Ann Arbor through
Sept. 28) and volunteer Phil
Marcus Esser would be great on
vocals .. . Beautiful Nancy
Clervi, former Ch. 2 PM Detroit
lassie, a wonderful show hostess.
Chuck Buerger, publisher of the
The Jewish News and the Bal-
timore Jewish Times . . . re-
covering at home from surgery
at Johns Hopkins Hospital in
CONGRATS . . . to Morris
Weiss of Zeman's Bakery ... on
his 65th birthday.

Emigres to Get
Early Education

New York — The National
Council of Jewish Women

(NCJW) and the American

Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee (JDC) have joined forces
in a program designed to help
Ethiopian, Jewish mothers and
their preschool children become
part of Israeli society.
The program, developed by re-
searchers at the NCJW Re-
search Institute for Innovation
in Education at Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, will train the
disadvantaged mothers to begin
developing their children's intel-
lectual ability at home, thereby
preliaring them for Israeli
schools. The program was
funded with a $20,000 grant
from the JDC. '

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