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August 08, 1986 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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13831 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park 543-7092
-‘7'r `"
GLATT KOSHER MEATS ADAS

(at reasonable prices)

RIB STEAK

$ 2.89113.

LAMB CHOPS

$2.49 lb.

VEAL CHOPS

$2.39 lb.

Blade Cut

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Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter
Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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COATS
UNLIMITED

Troy
Troy Commons, 16 Mile (Big Beaver)
at Rochester, 2 miles east of
Somerset off 1.75 • 689-4860

Oak .Park
Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 , 7 Mile
968-2060

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West Bloomfield
Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake
at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

BARRY'S ral
LETS RENT
IT

PARTY RENTALS

ALL OCCASIONS

I 855-0480 I

29212 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Sofa of 13 Mlle

bruce m. weiss

Jewelers

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Southeast corner Northwestern

Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

353-1424

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SUPERIOR FISH CO.

House of Quality

Serving Metropolitan Detroit for Over 40 Years

309 E. 11 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, Ml • 541-4632

Parking in rear

Mon.-Wed. 8.5,
Thurs. & Fri 8-6
Saturday 8-1

LOCAL NEWS

Winkelmans Are Cited

Stanley J. and Margaret
Winkelman will be honored.by
Mercy College of Detroit dur-
ing the seventh annual Works
of Mercy Dinner on Sept. 11.
They will be presented with
a Mercy Medallion for their
continued dedication to civic,
business and community
organizations."
The Mercy Medallion is an
award presented each year to
individuals whose lives and
activities are examples of tra-
ditional or contemporary
works of mercy.
The Winkelmans have both
been heavily involved in the
area's business and cultural
development. Winkelman has
served on a variety of boards
to foster Michigan's economic
growth. He is currently work-
ing with. Detroit Renaissance,
Inc., Metropolitan Affairs
Corp., Detroit Economic
Growth Corp., and has been
the director of the Economic-
Club of Detroit since 1968.
He has volunteered his time
to the United Foundation
since 1950, the Community
Foundation for Southeastern
Michigan since 1984, the
Jewish Welfare Federation
since 1956, the Greater De-
troit Interfaith Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews since
1963, New Detroit, Inc. since
1967, and the Jewish Commu-
nity Council of Metropolitan
Detroit since 1956, serving as
ptesident from 1960-1963. He
is currently the chairman for
the State of Michigan Com-
mission on Art in Public
Places and serves on the Or-
chestra Hall Advisory Com-
mittee.
His contributions to foster-
ing and improving education
in the State of Michigan in-
clude his participation in the
Governor's Commission on
Higher Education, the Detroit
High School Study Commis-
. sion, his role as co-chairman
for Detroit Citizens Education
Task Force, 1972-1976, and
his service on several boards
and committees for Wayne
State University, the Univer-
sity of Michigan and Wayne
County Community College.
In recognition of his efforts,
Mr. _Winkelman has received
many awards.
Mrs. Winkelman's work
with the Detroit Institute of
Arts includes serving as a
trustee since 1964, serving as
chairman for the Museum
Shop Advisory Committee
since 1962, her participation
on the joint museum collec-
tions committee since 1972,
and the executive committee
since 1979. She has also vol-
unteered her time to the
Friends of Modern Art board,
the African Art Gallery Com-
mittee and to act as
chairman-patron for the north
wing opening at the DIA.
She has also served on the
New Detroit Arts Committee
for New Detroit Inc., the Al-
liance Francaise de Detroit,
the University of Detroit's
University Centennial Corn-

mittee, the Michigan Council
of Concerned Citizens for the
Arts, the board and acted as
chairman for the program
committee for the National
Council of Jewish Women, and
the arts committee, religious
school committee and acted as
vice president for the Yourig
Married Group for Temple
Beth El.
The Works of Mercy Dinner,
a fund raiser for the college,
will begin at 6 p.m. with
cocktails. Jeanne Findlater,
general manager for Channel
7, will be the mistress of cere-
monies.
For information or tickets,
call the college, 592-6110.

Detroiter Throws
London Birthday

Staff Report

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Friday, August 8, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

C,

Louis Elliman didn't spend
his 90th birthday in London
visiting the Queen — but he
came awfully close. The re-
tired Detroit steel magnate
from Detroit threw a party in
London recently to celebrate
the milestone. Traveling from
Detroit to New York, Elliman,
his wife Mollie, and 18 friends
caught the Concorde to Lon-
don. Ninety-one friends and
relatives from around the
world attended the black tie
birthday party at Hyde Park's
Inn on the Park Hotel.
During their London stay,
the Ellimans met with Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher.
While unable to attend the
birthday party, Thatcher pro-
visionally accepted Elliman's
invitation to his 95th birthday
party in 1991.
Elliman was born in Dublin,
Ireland. He immigrated to the
United States in 1911. He was
the founder of the Elliman
Steel Company. His is a "mod-
ern American success story,"
according to Dr. Richard C.
Hertz, rabbi emeritus of Tem-
ple Beth El, and who accom-
panied Elliman to the London
gala. According to Dr. Hertz,
Elliman is a lifelong member
of Temple Beth El.
"He's quite a remarkable
man, amazing for his years
and for his youthful vision and
vitality," Dr. Hertz added.
Elliman recently contrib-
uted $2 million to establish a
center for medical research
and a vascular research fund
in his name at the Detroit
Medical Center.

Detroiter Sought

Friends are searching for
Charles Gross who went to
China as a teenage refugee
from Germany. He came to
Detroit in 1947.
Gross is being sought by
Sarah Weinberg, who can be
contacted through her son,
James Richmond, 2227-35th
Ave., San Francisco, Calif.
94116.

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