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May 15, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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DAVE'S DELICAITSS

3258 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

ENTERTAINMENT

681-3537

Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs.
Fri. & Sat. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Closed Sun.

SERVING BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

HOME MADE COOKING

"Please,
my little
girl needs
blood'.'

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Imagine if you had to ask for blood
. to save the life of someone you love.•
Next time the American Red Cross
asks, give blood, please.

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

American
Red Crow

There's
Hidden Money
In Your
Garage!
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851-0313

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

1 Days a Week

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Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .
Different Each Day

SELL IT FAST

— Hours —
Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m:-9:30 p.m.

In Our
Amazing Marketplace

354-6060

THE JEWISH NEWS

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New Menu for Lunch and
Dinner including
"Heart Smart" Selections






In addition to our other menu favorites, new salads for spring.

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Reservations recommended

Mon.-Fri. 11:30-10:00 p.m.
Sat. 5:00-11:00 p.m., Sun. 4-8 p.m.

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Friday, May 15, 1987

DANNY RASKIN

SIGN HUNG ABOVE
THE stage, "Thanks Don!"

. . . and almost 300 people
came to honor Don Fracassi
for his 20-year service to the
City of Southfield . . . five as
councilman and 15 as mayor,
a position he still holds.
Guests came into the
Southfield Pavilion to the
music of Billy Rose and his
strolling Gypsy group . . . and
ate at nine stations set up by
Southfield food emporiums .. .
Excalibur, Golden Mushroom,
Dimitri's, Larco's, Bernardi's
Ristorante di Modesta, Norm's
Oyster Bar, Southfield
Charley's, Bijou . . . Also
Vassel's Catering and Desserts
by Sylvia Lee.
Dancing was wonderful to
the excellent strains of Simone
Vitale (Sound Ideas Adv.) and
orchestra . . . while wife
Jeanne as usual her very fine
self with songs like "The
Nearness of You" which she
does so great . . . and duo'ing
with hubby Simone on "Just A
Gigolo" made famous by the
late Louie Prima and his ex-
wife Keely Smith . . . Natural-
ly, code enforcement gent Mort
Stein taking Polaroid snaps
. . . and Bernadine putting
them in folder frames . . .
Workers on the committee in-
cluded: Larry LoPatin, Mel
Kaftan, Denise Alexander,
Debbie George, Chuck
Shotroff, Marge Dorcey, Pat
Cothery, Florence La Ponsa,
Al Nahra, Morris Margulies,
Lillian Jaffe-Oaks, Beatrice
Hertz . . . and more.
Prizes were drawn among
ticket holders . . . and one of
the winners was Jean Arcos,
wife of Embassy Suites
general manager Arnie Arcos
. . . She won a weekend for two
at the Ramada Inn on
Telegraph Rd.
At table with Frieda and
myself were . . . Councilman
Sid Lantz (wife Toby is in
Florida), Jeanne and Simone
Vitale and Mort and Ber-
nadine Stein . . . Can't forget
those fine Southfield Civil Ser-
vice gents . . . always helping
folks . . . and a big asset for
Mayor Don Fracassi's party
. . . fellows like Joe Glazer and
Iry Greenberg.

RING 'DEM BELLS
DEPT. . . . Stefanie Kroot is

Baked Broiled Scrod
Lemon Broiled Chicken
Broiled Steak Salad
Warm Poulet Salad

6560 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield 626 1587

LISTENING POST

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

wearing engagement ring
from Stuart Kay . . . She is
daughter of Foland's Judie and
Jerry Kroot . . . and he is son
of Lou and Gladys Kay.
TOD WOOLF follows in the
footsteps of brother Randy
with scholarship award to
Harvard University . . . It's
rare that two brothers will
receive Ph.D. at the same time
through scholarships . . . Third
brother, Scott, 23, has been
helping his brothers by stay-
ing home and making moola
for the family as a master
roofer . . . They are the sons of
Jackie and Dr. Roy Woolf .. .
and grandsons of Ann and the

late wonderful Sammy Woolf
. . . 'Ibd's Ph.D. will be in
genetics while Randy gets his
in music.

GET WELL WISHES .. .

to Pat Archer . . . to Sema
Lazar . . . to Jay Kogan.

BEST BET OF THE
WEEK . . . this Wednesday .. .

when Sisterhood of Temple
Beth El has bus trip and lunch
to see exhibit, "Auschwitz: A
Crime Against Mankind" . . .
not-to-be-forgotten exhibit of
concentration camp
documents and artifacts .. .
Bus leaves Temple Beth El on
Telegraph at 8:45 a.m. and
returns about 2 p.m. . . . Lunch
will be at Lelli's on Wodward
. . . Make $10.50 check
payable to Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth El and mail to
Marlene Goodman, 36468
Greenspring, Farmington
Hills 48018 . . . Auschwitz was
largest Nazi death camp .. .
accounting for the murder of
three million Jews . . . Includ-
ed in the exhibit will be
photos, documents, art work,
personal belongings and camp
reminders.
ZEMAN'S BAKERY Sun-
day mornings on Greenfield
between 10 and 11 has become
a place to see people folks
haven't seen in years . . . And
besides, owner Morris Weiss
has the best New York onion
rolls in town.

RECENT PASSOVER
SEDER was huge success,

writes Rabbi Jeffrey Gale,
chaplain at Jackson State
Prison . . . who encloses copy
of letter sent to all that helped
. . . "I would like to take this
opportunity to thank you for
your generous contribution to
the Jewish Inmate Benefit
Fund. Your donation enabled
the Jewish inmates of Jackson
Prison to celebrate Passover in
magnificent style! In spite of
the recent difficulties at the
State Prison of Southern
Michigan, the Seder went very
smoothly. The Jewish
prisoners conducted
themselves under the highest
standards of responsibility.
The presence of several fami-
ly members greatly con-
tributed to the festive at-
mosphere. One inmate sat
down to dinner with his two
daughters for the first time in
18 years. Once again the
Michigan Jewish community
displayed great generosity and
understanding in supporting
such a worthy causer

"MEET US 1/4 ST. LOUIS"

is slated to be the biggest
Jewish Singles Party to ever
hit the Midwest . . . Newly
organized independent group
of Jewish Singles from St.
Louis are hosting other singles
`20s to '40s from 11 states for
the gala shindig non-stop par-
ty weekend July 10-12 . . . For
more information or to RSVP,
call Mark Rickman,
314-576-5010, 314-576-1678,
or Howard Bly, 314-878-8732.

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