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April 07, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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(LISTENING POST I

Former Bread Basket Location
32839 Northwestern Hwy.
Tiffany Plaza
Between 14 and Middlebelt

Custom Catering At It's Finest

Specialty Trays and Gift Baskets
For All Occasions

737-5190

DELIVERY AVAILABLE

Legalized Smuggling
Aids Israel Pastime

TRADITIONAL PASSOVER
CARRY-OUT MENU

DANNY RASKIN

COMPLETE DINNERS

Local Columnist

All Our Complete Dinners Include:
Entree, Chopped Liver Mold with garnish, Chicken Soup with
Matzo Ball, Potato Kugel, Carrot Tzimmes, Vegetable and Dessert

(Sorry, No Substitutions)
Roast Chicken Dinner
Roast Beef Dinner
Combination Roast Chicken & Roast Beef Dinner
Prime Rib Dinner

$ 9.50
$11.50
$13.50
$14.50

A LA CARTE MENU
Gefilte Fish
$3.25 Chopped Liver
$6.49 lb.
Chicken Soup with Chicken & Vegetables . .$3.90 112 Gal. ..$7.50 Gal.
Matzo Ball
$ .75 Carrot Tzimmes . . . $1 .00 per person
Potato Kugel
$1.00 per person Fruit aimpote . . . .$1 .00 per person
Roast Chicken
$7.50 Roast Turkey (12.14 lbs.) . • • • $45.00
Stuffed Chicken Breast . . . .$6.00

DESSERTS
Sponge Cake
$12.00 (Serves 16) Honey Cake
$8.50
French Chocolate Cake$30.00 (Serves 16) Almond Macaroons $6 00 doz.
Cheese Cake
$16.00

EVERYTHING PREPARED BY OUR VERY OWN CHEFS!!

ORDERS MAY BE PLACED THROUGH APRIL 15, 1989



WATERFRONT INN

Casual Waterfront Dining
In An Elegant Atmosphere

LADIES NITE WEDNESDAY
1 /2 OFF ALL DINNER ENTREES

Reservations Suggested: 363-9469

8635 Cooley Lake Rd., Union Lake

titt TOlGt4V

-44 WAR,

1128 E. 9 MILE RD., 1/2 Mile East of 1-75 • 541-2132

Invites You To

Enjoy Dinner
n A Warm, Friendly Atmosphere
Choice Meats and
Fresh Fish Daily

EARLY EVENING SPECIALS

MON.-FRI. 4 TO 6 PM

I

$7.25•9.50

ALL FRESH FRUIT PIES,
APPLE STREUDEL,
COGNAC TORTES

I

ALMA SMITH
Songstress & Pianist

/ chew / '61

RESTAURANT • BAR• WINE

Private Parties For All Occasions
Up To 100 Persons
In Our Friendly, Intimate Atmosphere
17600 W. 13 Mile (at Southfield Rd.)
5404444

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1989

wrEt-sLiiiA\o- AcNINTis

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Each Sunday 11 a.m.

to 3 p.m.

$ 1 2 95

per person

$695

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

Downstairs SAT. 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.

at the corners

82

Ate

350-2000

EMBASSY
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SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

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all it "legalized smug-
gling" . . . and 20
high school students
were in on the plot . . . Rabbi
Mark Cohn too . . . He led a
mission of the students on a
subsidized tour (the
Jerusalem Experience) . . .
and agreed to have each one
carry six baseballs in his lug-
gage . . . The plot thickened
when they were delivered by
members of the Israel
Association of Baseball, the
Detroit Committee of IAB co-
chaired by culprit David
Dombey.
Actually, the cooperative ef-
forts of four local groups have
helped the Jerusalem Little
League Baseball program
start its third season . . . On
a mission to Israel, led by
Paul D. Borman and under
sponsorship of Detroit Jewish
Community Council, Allan
Gale was approached by
former Detroiter Sheldon
Klinest, with an urgent re-
quest for their expanding Lit-
tle League program . . . It
began with 160 youngsters
making up 10 teams . . . and
now, three years later, 600
kids round out 35 squads .. .
Even one near an Arab
village is made up of Arabic
and Jewish youngsters show-
ing the world how to get
along together.
On his return, the Council's
Allan called Dave . . . A
meeting was arranged with
Seymour Brode, president of
the Michigan Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame, where Bob
Sternberg, Dave's co-
chairman, made the need
known . . . Seymour contacted
Bill Hertz, who picked up a
case of 10 dozen balls which
the MJSHF donated to the
IAB.
After the high school
youngsters delivered the
baseballs they had "smug-
gled," a fax was sent by Allan
to Sheldon telling him where
he could pick up the donation
from Detroit's Jewish
community.
The effort coincides with
the drive that the IAB is con-
ducting with the Jewish Com-
munity Center in collecting
used baseball equipment to
help the internationally-
recognized Little League pro-
gram where 600 Israelis and
youth from a host of cultural
and religious backgrounds
are learning to play the great
American pasttime together.
For more info, call Dave
Dombey, 355-2266 . . . No, the

didn't have
baseballs
diamonds sewn in them .. .
just a lot of real good
diamond-playing fun.

CONGRATS ... to Celia
and Alex Goldberg . . . on
their 60th anniversary . . .
They love children . . . their
own five, 11 grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren
and the 40 youngsters they
fostered for 30 years.
AS LONG AS I can
remember, Leonard Baruch
has been active in Jewish
community goings-on . . .
Even way back as president of
the Jewish Young Adult
Council and chairman of the
Junior Division of Allied
Jewish Campaign . . .
Leonard's name has always
been among the first when
volunteers were needed .. .
Now the former director of
Camp Petosega and youth
director at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek will be right-
ly honored during services
and luncheon, April 8, by its
Men's Club of which he is a
past president, besides
Shaarey Zedek trustee . . . A
lot of folks know Leonard and
will want to see him honored
. . . Call Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, 357-5544.
CONGRATS ... to Louis
Bernstein . . . on his 80th
birthday . . . also to Louis and
wife Belle . . . on their 59th
anniversary the day before.
DANIEL OKRENT, son of
localites Gizzy and Harry
Okrent, welcomes in the
baseball season with a new
book, Baseball Anecdotes (Ox-
ford University Press) . . .
He's editor of New England
Monthly magazine in western
Massachusetts, and co-
authored the book with Steve
Wulf of Sports Illustrated .. .
It is available on area book
shelves.
BEST BET Of The
Weekend . . . Variety Club of
Detroit's Celebrity Ball .. .
this Sunday . . . at Westin
Hotel.
JANET STROTE, nursery
school teacher at Echo Park
School on Wing Lake Road,
tells of 4-year-old Emily
Korotkin, daughter of Julie
and Ken Korotkin, during a
unit on presidents . . . Janet
held up a picture of George
Washington and asked the
4-year-olds if anyone knew
who it was . . . All the
children sat quietly except
Emily, who eagerly raised her
hand and excitedly blurted
out, "This is a picture of
George Washington and he
was our first rabbi!" ❑

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