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September 25, 1987 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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LISTENING POST

HONEY TREE

PETER'S K

31005 ORCHARD UKE RD. at 14 Mlle • Farmington Hills

(Formerly Giorgio's)

AT TALLY HALL

Restaurant

GREEK FOOD-

CARRY-OUT & CATERING

GREENFIELD at Lincoln
Oak Park
968-4060

25920

• SOUVLAKI • SPINACH PIE • GREEK SALAD • BAKLAVA • RICE PUDDING

855-4866

AND ATHENIAN CAFE AT

EASTLAND MALL FOOD COURT & PORTSIDE, TOLEDO

PLUS HONEY TREE AT TALLY HALL, ANN ARBOR

Wishes Everyone
A HEALTHY & HAPPY
NEW YEAR

WISHES ITS
FRIENDS &
CUSTOMERS
A HEALTHY
AND
HAPPY
NEW YEAR

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

DETROIT

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

833-9425

Johnny. and Pete Ginopolis
and the employees of

27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile • Farmington Hills

Heartily Wish
Their Customers, Friends
And The Entire Community

A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR

114

FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1987

851-8222

Sport Greats Honored
By Hall Of Fame

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

H

erman Fishman . . . a
wonderful name .. .
a great guy . . . swell
friend . . . who passed on in
1967 . . . He was one of the
finest athletes in the local
area during the '30s . . . and
one of four brothers at
University of Michigan (Her-
man, Mickey, Manny and
Ben) to win varsity letters.
He'll be one of those
honored by Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame, Oct. 12
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Herman was a four-sport
star at Northern High .. .
won six varsity letters at U of
M . . . and chosen to All
Big-10 baseball and
basketball.
Then there's Myron "Susie"
Schecter . . . probably one of
the state's finest basketball
players during the '20s and
'30s . . . a high school star at
Northwestern and distinction
of being first player in
Michigan to score over 200
points (221) in one season at
City College of Detroit (now
Wayne State U.).
Dan Dworsky was a six var-
sity letter man at University
of Michigan . . . four in foot-
ball (defensive captain of
Michigan's 1947 and 1948 na-
tional champs) and three in
wrestling.
The trio will be inducted at
Oct. 12 banquet . . . Great to
see Herinan and "Susie" in
there . . . Sure wouldn't be
much of ,a Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame without
them.
Sportscaster Dave Diles
will emcee . . . with usual
celeb cocktail hour . . . and
first annual Alvin N. Foon
Memorial Award . . . for
outstanding contributions to
sports and athletics in
Michigan . . . It is named
after Al Foon, founding presi-
dent of MJSHF, who passed
on last February.
Tickets are $65 . . . For
more info, contact Elayne
Wolfson, 541-1323.
CAN YOU imagine . . .
56th year already being
celebrated by Infants Service
Group? . . . I remember this
bunch of gals when they were
putting on annual shows that
always rocked the communi-
ty with jam-packed atten-
dances for some of the best
amateur presentations ever
given hereabouts . . . and just
about all directed by Eleanor
Riseman.
Well, Eleanor may have
slowed her pace a wee bit, but

she still is in there pitching
. . . The former president of
Infants Service Group and
another ISG ex-prez stalwart,
Evelyn Roth, are chairing the
next usually sold-out event
. . . Eleanor and her assistant,
Evelyn, what a great
combination!
Infant Service Group's an-
nual donor luncheon is Oct.
21, 12 noon, Knollwood Coun-
try Club . . . with fashion
show produced by Leah
Marks . . . Call Arlene Miller,
855-2246, or Lorraine Starr,
357-5526.
Take a tip and don't wait .. .
This is always a sellout.
I LIKE the gal at Shopping
Center Market, Greenfield
between Ten and 11 Mile .. .
telling folks buying chicken
from refrigerated sector that
she'll take the skin off .. .
without charge.
ERRATA . . . Correct date
is Nov. 15 . . . for 4th annual
Holiday Bazaar by Sisterhood
of Temple Beth El . . . Vendors
wanting booths should leave
message for Joan Jacob at the
Temple, 851-1100.
NEW VENTURE Dept.
. . . in Tuscon, Ariz. . . . by
former localites Barbara and
Kurt Levy . . . Grand opening
soon for their Catalina Pot-
tery and Plants, Inc.
FIRST SPEAKER in Bet-
ty Jean Rivkin's new Talk of
The Town series at Birm-
ingham Theatre . . . tonight,
8 p.m., is Countess Aline
Romanones, authoress of The
Spy Wore Red . . . During
World War II, she was one of
the very few authentically
trained women agents
operating in Europe.
CHANUKAH boutique by
Temple Israel Sisterhood is
set for Nov. 16 at the Temple
. . . Dealers interesting in ren-
ting space should call Gloria
Shifman, 737-3838, or Donna
Phillips, 559-1565, for info .. .
After the luncheon, our
former paper boy, Henry
Baskin, now attorney for the
stars and local personality,
will speak.
WHO WOULD have
thought it . . . that Singles
Extension group that started
out with just 19 members and
then 35 in a short while,
would already grow to a
whopping membership of
350? . . . Group plans to make
it 500 by end of next year .. .
and with the diversified plan-
ning of this fine organization,
the number doesn't seem out
of reach.
CONGRATS . . . to Sheere
Gladstone . . . on her
birthday.

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