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December 22, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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Y E A R'S

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Completely Kingsley

egin 1990 in complete comfort at the Kingsley Inn. Upon arrival receive a New
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Year's Day "Care Pack", then adjourn to the Grand Ballroom for a champagne

Chajes Concert Series
Continues A Tradition

toast before enjoying a complete dinner of Lobster Tail, Filet Mignon or Swordfish
Czarina and dancing to a lively 6 piece band. We provide party favors and a
midnight snack bar and the next morning we'll serve Breakfast. Stay the second
night "on the house".
KINGSLEY OVERNIGHT GALA PACKAGE $98.50 per person, based on
double occupancy, plus tax and gratuity.

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

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atering completely to your evening's plans, the Kingsley also offers: hotel
accommodations, Grand Ballroom Gala, Overnight Suite Gala Package, elegant
dining room service, and sing-along lounge entertainment. Select all or part of what
the Kingsley can offer to initiate 1990 right.

C all 644-1400 ext. 5300 and allow Kathy Andree to make your reservations.

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Kingsley Inn

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See us for all your
holiday celebration needs.
Woodward at
Long Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills
644-1400

"Imagination Buoys
Birmingham Ocean Grille"

Red Pepper, Royal Oak Tribune

"He (Dilworth) is offering
something Birmingham ought to
welcome."

Portrait of
the Great
American
Investor

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Molly Abraham, Detroit Free Press

"There leaves little doubt that the
new Ocean Grille will soon
become one of the best known
secrets around in fresh seafood
dining."

Danny Raskin, Jewish News

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It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Bonds now pay competitive
rates, like money market
accounts.
Find out more, call
1-800-US-BONDS.

Bonds held less than five years earn a
lower rate.
A public service of this publication.

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THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1989

ice that Annette
Chajes is carrying on
the tradition that her
late husbnad, Julius Chajes,
started 50 years ago . . .
bringing music by talented
young people.
Beginning its golden an-
niversary, the Julius Chajes
Music Fund Concert Series
opened the 1989-1990 season
with the Lafayette String
Quartet . . . Then on Dec. 10,
Greek-born Cantor Alberto
Mizrahi, one of the world's top
tenors, came to the Jewish
Community Center.
Next is one everybody will
want to see . . . the Sheri
Nichols — Cabaret Concert,
Feb. 17, 8:30 p.m.
Hard to believe Jeffrey Cha-
jes, Annette and Julius' son,
is already 24 . . . Joint
Distribution Committee sent
him to Bombay, India, to set
up Judaic studies programs
for the 7,000 Jews there .. .
Jeffrey also carries on a tradi-
tion . . . that of Judaic
scholars in the Chajes family
since the 16th century . . . On
his return from Bombay, he'll
go for his Ph.D. in Judaic
studies.
CONGRATS . . . to Sadie
Sutherland . . . on her 90th
birthday . . . Celebration
tomorrow is with 60 guests
expected, hosted by her son
and daughter-in-law Ken and
Jean Sutherland, and
daughter and son-in-law
Phyllis and Dave Madison .. .
Party theme will revolve
around cards since Sadie still
plays bridge among other
games every week.
WRITER of the book How
To Make A Better World (Van-
tage Press), Bread Basket and
Oak Park employee over 20
years, Liz Hunter still finds
time to also compose songs
and do volunteer work .. .
Her book talks of wars, fami-
ly problems, poverty, illness,
racism and destructive life-
styles in the single message
that people help themselves
by helping others . . . a very
good thought.
CONGRATS . . . to Max
and Esther Rubin . . . on their
51st anniversary . . . Also to
Esther . . . on her birthday .. .
both the same day . . . Wonder
if she loses out on a present
because of this?
CHANUKAH and New
Year's Eve shows are Jimmy
"Groucho" Rachleff's out-of-
retirement bookings in
California on the amateur cir-
cuit he loves so much.

DRIVING on Middlebelt in
Livonia with Art Horwitz, it
was interesting to note where
American flags waved in
front . . . Retirement home,
car wash, Burger King, two
gas stations, landscaping
company, fire station, banks,
two private homes, school, us-
ed car lot and a motel . . . No
holiday, but we hope shows of
patriotism . . . Most of the
flags may not have been in
the right places, but they sure
looked pretty.



BEST OF BROADWAY
show by Temple Beth El
Sisterhood Jan. 14 is dinner-
theater featuring songstress
Sheri Nochols, accompanied
by Richard Berent . . . It's the
Broadway music of Rodgers
and Hart, George and Ira
Gershwin, Irving Berlin,
Stephen Sondheim, etc. .. .
For more info or tickets, call
the temple, 851-1100.

DR. SHELDON (Shelly)
Kaplan, chief of neurology at
the Veteran's Administration
Medical Center in Allen Park
and foundei' of its sleep
disorders lab and clinic af-
filiated with Wayne State
Medical School where he
serves as associate professor
of neurology, presented his
work in a national sleep
reserach congress which con-
vened in Washington, D.C.
After the scientific
meetings that included
researchers from Israel,
Japan and the Soviet Union,
Shelly and wife Rachel spent
time with their son Gilead
(Gil) who is minority consul-
tant to African affairs sub-
committee of the House of
Foreign Affairs Committee
. . . Gil's expertise lies most-
ly in the Middle East . . . He
received his bachelor's degree
in Near East studies from
Brandeis University and
master's from the University
of Chicago.
While on an official visit,
the congressional delegation
had dinner at the lavish
palace of Mobutu, leader of
Zaire, plus spending time
with Savimbi, Angolan rebel,
and his people . . . When
Mobutu visited Washington
he carried a gift for Gilead
among other American
friends.

MAN GOES
to a
psychiatrist and says, "Doc-
tor, I don't know-what to do.
My wife thinks she's a piano"
. . . "Well, bring her in," says
the doctor . . . "Are you nuts?"
says the man. "Do you know
how much it costs to move a
piano?"



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