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October 13, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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I LISTENING POST

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at Saddlebrook
$150 $120
$100
2-bdrm. suite*
1-bdrm. suite* deluxe guest room

*with fully equipped kitchens
Minimum 5 day/4 night stay. December 22 through January 1. 1990

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the
Radisson
Plaza

Dinner at Dusk

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and marshmallow toast • Poolside games, parties,
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Crafts • Sumptuous Christmas Day and New Year's Day
Buffets • New Year's Eve celebrations for all ages

50% OFF • Greens fees on our two Palmer-

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• Court time on our 37 tennis courts
• Guest fees in our complete fitness center

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Friday and Saturday evenings.

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food's o.k., but the place is too far. The food and music are
lousy. The service is horrible. Last week I ran out of excuses."

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VEGETABLE OIL IN
ALL OUR COOKING,
INCLUDING FRIED
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1989

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DINE
OUT
THIS
WEEK

Hard Work Pays Off
For The Variety Club

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

he hard work and
many hours of sweat-
ful frustration all
turned into tears of happiness
by many members of the com-
mittee who worked on Varie-
ty Club of Detroit's recent
"Lights, Camera, Auction?'
The numbers aren't all in
yet, but well over $50,000
already has been raised .. .
and there's more to come .. .
About 600 people jammed the
Northland Theater lobby for
islands of food from various
restaurants . . . a wonderful
silent auction display . . .
and continuous live
entertainment.
Then into the auditorium
for a live auction that went
over with such precision .. .
as more gifts from charitable
donors were purchased . by
benevolent attendees.
The very well-organized
evening ran smoothly . . .
while video cameras churned
from channels 2, 4, 7 and 50.
Look Who's Talking, the
sneak preview movie, was so
lovable and enjoyable . . . A
light romantic comedy with
John Travolta, Olympia
Dukakis and George Segal
doing wonderful moments of
entertainment in the
adorable and very different
kind of film.
How do you say thanks to
people like Chairman Bill
Wolf, co-chairgals Liz Walters,
Dee Shapiro and Lois Shaef-
sky . . . Or folks like Susan
Winton-Feinberg, Harriet
Friedman, Barbara Moretsky,
Les Lee Roland, Bruce Rosen,
Barbara Traison, Eleanor
Wolf, Berry Bremen . . . and
many, many more whose
names definitely should be
mentioned . . . everybody
worked so very hard.
The handicapped and un-
derprivileged kids helped by
Variety Club say it best with
a smile.
DURING HANGING of
mezuzah ceremonies at the
new Jewish News offices on
Franklin Road, Rabbi Alon
'Iblwin told of a lady going in-
to Spitzer's Bookstore to buy
a mezuzah for her doorpost at
home . . . Dr. Manny Sklar
overheard owner Joe Spitzer
telling her it comes in two
parts, the mezuzah case and
biblical scroll inside . . . The
woman said she just wanted
to buy the outer piece .. .
"We're not that religious?'

DATE TO REMEMBER

is Oct. 28 . . . That's when

about 3,000 people will cram
Riverview Ballroom at Cobo
Hall from 5 p.m. on for fourth
annual induction ceremonies
by National Afro-American
sports Hall of Fame &
Gallery.
It's led by 1982 founder,
likeable Elmer Anderson,
with inductees on hand .. .
Mohammed Ali, boxing;
Wilma Rudolph, track;.. Ron
Teasley, baseball; Lafayette
Allen bowling; and represen-
tatives from Brewster Old
Timers, former Detroit
athletes in all sports . . . The
late Sam Washington, basket-
ball, also will be inducted.
The reuniting of Howard
Cosell, master of ceremonies,
and Muhammed Ali should

The very well-
organized evening
ran smoothly ...
while video
cameras churned
from channels 2, 4,
7 and 50.

be something to see . . . The
two were a sportscaster's and
sportswriter's dream duo dur-
ing Ali's heyday as world
heavyweight champ.
For tickets,. call 222-7610
and ask for Cellestine Carter
or Wilma Anderson.
RECENT - GIFT
of
$100,000 was endowed to
establish the Dr. Morris S.
Brent Fund at Wayne State
University School of
Medicine, of which the Brent
Hospital founder is a 1932
alumnus and agent (fund
raiser).
Robert, son of Anne and
Morris, is also a Wayne alum-
nus and agent for class of
1980 . . . He is a Southfield
urologist.
Another son, Burton, is in-
ternationally recognized as a
plastic surgeon devoted to ear
reconstruction.
Robert's son, Gregg, carries
the third-generation line by
also being a medical student
at Wayne.

REUNION DEPT. . . .
Schultze Elementary
School reuniter for high
school classes of 1967 (both
January and June) is
November 25 at Nifty Nor-
man's in Walled Lake .. .
Contact Howard Hertz,
335-5000, or Santa Lash
Bagdade, 661-2857 for more
info . . . Oak Park High class
of 1970 20-year .shindig is
June 23 next year . . . Call
Andi Benderoff Wayburn,
258-5085, or Sandy Schecter
Adler, 737-0955.

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