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May 27, 1988 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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. Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST

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• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

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ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

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2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
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You should avoid foods high in
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Reservations: 661-1920

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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1988

This Hole-In-One
Has Many Relatives

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

ou might say it runs
in the family . . . and
oh, how so many
would like just a teensy ween-
sy of the luck.
82-year-old Emil Spillman
is the latest in his family to
hit a hole-in-one . . . even
though he took up golf at the
age of 70 . . . It came on the
160-yard fifth hole at Mes-
quite Golf Course in Palms
Springs, Calif. . . . with Emil
using a three wood.
daughter-in-law,
His
Geraldine Spillman, owns a
Wabeek Country Club hole-
in-one . . . and her hubby,
Emil's son Murray Spillman,
has an ace at Tam 0' Shanter
Country Club . . . His other
son, Gil Spillman, owns two
holes-in-one . . . last year and
the year before . . . both at
Wabeek.
CONGRATS. . . . to Ruth
and Morrey Gould . . . on
their 50th anniversary this
Tuesday.
IRVING ROSENBAUM
may have retired from the
steel fabricating business .. .
but to pursue another career
. . . At age 63, Iry is now a
practicing attorney . . . He
passed the bar exam of
Michigan and was sworn in
May 17 by his son, barrister
Barry Rosenbaum, at a
private ceremony in front of
Circuit Judge Jessica Cooper.
CONGRATS. . . . to An-
drew Tyner on his first birth-
day . . . to Asa Grad on his
10th . . . to Dylan Siegal on
his 16th birthday . . . to David
Wolfe . . . on his 40th birthday
. . . to Arthur Horwitz . . . on
his birthday . . . to Stefa
Kupfer . . . on her birthday.
REUNION DEPT. . . .
Henry Ford class of 1968 is
Nov. 26 (another one on that
date!) at Michigan Inn. Call
Michael Gordon, 559-1691, or
Mark Sperlin, 477-2786 .. .
'68 grads of Denby High will
have 20-year shindig July 23
at Royalty House in Warren.
Contact Cheryl Bassett
Roberts, 775-2409, or Pat
O'Neil Pehrson, 263-0826 .. .
1968 class from Birmingham-
Groves High has its 20th Nov.
25 at Fairlane Manor in
Dearborn. Call Lorraine
Lorne, 965-0150, or Jo (Mer-
cur) Fetsco, 545-7124 . . . Mur-
ray Wright High of 1968's
20-year biggie is Nov. 26 (that
makes four on this popular
date!) . . . Contact Mary
Williams, 837-5880.
A BEST BET . . . Mr. &
Mrs. Group, City of Hope,

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20th annual bingo and auc-
tion, this Tuesday, 7 p.m., at
Roma Hall of Bloomfield on
Telegraph.
CHALLENGE FROM
Wayne State University pro-
fessors Ed Pappas and Leon
Warshay isn't on
mathematics or whatever .. .
Pappas, chairman of the WSU
Department of Speech Com-
munication and Journalism
. . . and Warshay, a professor
of sociology, think they know
a lot about baseball trivia.
They'll meet any other two-
person team from another col-
lege or university in a
baseball trivia contest . . .
Losers wil be visiting lec-
turers at the winning school's
campus for a day . . . free of
charge.
IRONIC, you might say .. .
Betty Kowalsky Stasson, who
was recently named music
teacher of the year by Detroit
Musicians League, was issued
a violation last June for
teaching music in her home
. . . She succeeded in having
the law amended to allow this
activity in West Bloomfield
. . . and is currently working
with Senator Jack Faxon and
State Representative David
Honigman to legalize tutor-
ing and music lessons in
Michigan homes.
COCO'S DEPT. . . . "Who

says us dogs ain't got no
culture? Our English ain't so
good, but you humans can't
even understand our arf arfs
and woof woofs. And how
many of you have been to an
art show? Aunt Shirley and
Uncle Marvin Raskin took
me to the outside one at
Shane Park in Birmingham
and there were plenty of
classy dogs there. Sure was a
treat. Course nothing like the
kind we get to eat?'
1988 LIGHTHOUSE Walk
for Hunger raised $30,000 .. .
with 500 trekkers surpassing
the goal of $25,000.
FEELING BAD because
you had to refuse a loan to a
pal? . . . Just remember, len-
ding a large sum of dough to
a friend can really hurt him
. . . It could easily ruin his
memory.

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Saturday and Sunday,
admission. 669-1248.

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