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October 27, 1989 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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!LISTENING POST 1

MEMO

I'll , be at the Novi Hilton
Greg
next Tuesday. Let's meet
for dinner and review your

Glamorama Continues
A 35-Year Tradition

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

hirty-seven years ago,
City of Hope Cancer
Fighters was founded
by Helen Rosenberg, whose
name it took following her
passing.
Two years after its forma-
tion, the group held its first
fashion show at Holiday
Manor on Wyoming.
'Ibday, the fashion show is
called Glamorama . . . and
still catered by the Al
Rosenberg family who did the
food for Helen's gals 35 years
ago.
This Wednesday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, on Mid-
dlebelt off Northwestern, Jeff
Rosenberg and mom and dad,
Sarah and Al, will take care
of the lassies' tummys at
`-`Glamorama Fashion Ex-
travaganza."
Day begins 10 a.m. for
boutique holiday shopping
. . . Luncheon is at 12 noon.
followed by fashion show pro-

The Al Rosenberg
family is catering
the food 35 years
later.

duction of Leah Marks .. .
with Begadim, John Darak-
jian Jewelers, Cocktails,
Malter Furs, Valentina,
Argyle Shop, Kiddlywinks,
Tamara, Mariomax and Lone
Pine Vision.
Andi Wayburn is chairgal,
assisted by Sylvia Epstein,
tickets; and Ida Markle,
boutiques.
For info and $25 tickets, call
Sylvia at 557-3519.
CITY OF HOPE'S Sophie
and Harry Hoffman Chapter
has its seventh annual "Bowl-
A-Thon" Nov. 18 at West
Bloomfield Lanes on Orchard
Lake Rd. . . . Begins at 7 p.m.
. . . Chairman is Richard
Gibbs . . . Earle Mostyne is
president.
Anyone wanting to bowl in
the event or get more info can
call Richard at 851-5928 or
358-0540.
to Melissa
CONGRATS
Wolf . . . on her 21st birthday
. . . No more I.D. or "faking
it" for Melissa.

. . .

GET WELL WISHES .. .

to Clare (Abrams) Pecis .. .
recuperating at home after
bypass operation in Pro-
vidence Hospital . . . with
warm thanks to everyone for
their concern and fond
thoughts.

MIMI WASHINGTON,
dental hygienist with Dr.
Larry Haber, talks to dollar

bills . . . "Hi, grandpa," she
says . . . George Washington
was her great-great-great-
grandfather . . . (Hey, Mimi,
ever stop to think that Grand-
pa George Washington was
the only president who didn't
blame the previous ad-
ministration for his troubles?)

p ropo

sal .

Greg,
I'm tired of eating in
hotels. Let's go
somewhere we can combine
business and good food.

CONGRATS to son Scott
in Marietta, Ga. . . . on his
28th birthday.
REVA LEDERMAN, one-
handed artist, took first place
at recent Wayne State U. art
competition . . . She'll have a
show at Congregation Beth
Shalom's Chanukah Bazaar
in December.

"MARRIAGES ARE

CALLING RESTAURA-
TEURS who should know
better . . . Get on the ball and
don't let your waitstaff say,
"Sorry, we don't have any"
when customers ask for
margarine.
CONGRATS
to Gayle
Schmidt . . . on her biggie
21st birthday. E

. . .

Mr Harris.

me, The fod s great!
'Alaskan King Crab their
-
il/
Caesar Saicia at tabieski .
pro rneet you there -
e
posai,
with the
rx

There's a good
deal waiting for you at

The Crystal Swan

CRYSTAL
SWAN

Restaurant

In The Novi Hilton Hotel Just off 1-275 at 8 Mile
Free valet parking
For reservations call: 349-4000

Weekend Special Dinners:
Friday - Prime Rib
Saturday - Alaskan King Crab

NOVI HILTON

"PROBABLY THE WORST THING I EVER DID"

hate to go out to dinner, period! I had a million excuses.
The food's no good. The food's good, but over-priced. The
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."

V

362-1262

. . .

made in Heaven," says Percy
Kaplan, "but so are thunder
and lightning."

have reservations at
in The Crystal Swan, It's right
the hot Wait
see our
'HI you
proposal/

Greg,
Your contract is on its
way. Call me to set our
next meeting. I want to
introduce our President.
to you. and to the
Crystal Swan.

REUNION DEPT. . . .

North Farmington High class
of 1970 20-year group has get-
together May 26, 1990 at
Holiday Inn of Livonia .
Call Lee Kendell, 465-2277
. . . Andover High's is Nov. 24
at Roma's of Bloomfield .. .
Robin Rhein, 665-0215 days
or 996-0125 eves.
SHE LOOKS up at me as
if I did something wrong .. .
or is it just a stare at some
guy holding her like she was
a hot tomato . . . Then came
the cutest darned smile you
ever did want to see.
It seemed like a takeoff on
the adorably funny film, Look
Who's Talking that tells
what's on a baby's mind
before birth and shortly after.
Went to Atlanta, Ga., to see
Scott and Bonnie, 2%-year-old
Matthew and our new grand-
daughter, Hannah Kristina
. . . and discovered that I'll
finally get to do a bit of
babysitting for them here .. .
They'll come Thanksgiving
weekend . . . and that Satur-
day evening, Nov. 25, Scott
and Bonnie are expecting to
attend the reunion of his 1979
graduating class from South-
field High at Sheraton-Oaks
in Novi.
Maybe Matthew will show
me the right way to hold Han-
nah . . . so she won't think,
"Hey guy! I'm not a sack of
potatoes!"
CONGRATS
to Sol and
Ethel Lakind . . . on their
59th anniversary.

Mr Harris.

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