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June 21, 1991 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-21

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DINNER FOR TWO

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MONDAY THRU THURSDAY
ENJOY EXCELLENT ITALIAN CUISINE

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at Northland . . . The heads of
Mark and wife Wendy came
up with Scott Gregory and
folks there and Fairlane still
wonder where they got the ti-
tle . . . Very simple and one
few guys 'n gals who know
Mark and Wendy will forget
. . . it's the first names of their
two sons . . . Scott, now 13
years old, and Gregory, 10
years old . . . Women who
shop at Applegate Square on
Northwestern Hwy. won't
have to wonder when Scott
Gregory opens there in
September with top clothes
and fine fashion shoes for the
lassies . . . Someday, says
Bluma Siegal, Scott and
Gregory will appreciate all
the women talking about
them.
CONGRATS ... to son
Scott and daughter-in-law
Bonnie Raskin in Atlanta .. .
on their seventh anniversary.
IT CAN'T BE CALLED
"Man Of The Year" anymore
. . . not since Flora Winton
won the prestigious Robert
Rosenbush Award by Temple
Beth El Brotherhood for ex-
emplary service to the Temple
two years ago.
And so, this year's winner,
Dennis Frank, will have to
settle for "Person Of The
Year" or whatever in being
highly honored with the
award this year . . . He was
given the top salute recently
at Temple Beth El Brother-
hood's annual installation
dinner.
the
Temple
Again,
Brotherhood Cuisine Com-
mittee prepared another fine
dinner . . . Dr. Burt
Fogelman, podiatrist; Mar-
shall Hersh, social worker for
Southfield Public Schools;
Larry Coe, Coe Rail Trains in
Walled Lake; Donald Crowse,
Comerica Bank; Gregory
Abidor, Russian immigrant
and electrical engineer; and
Dr. Jerry Gerenreich, dentist.
Rabbi Daniel Polish did the
installation ceremonies for
the Brotherhood's incoming
officers . . . Attorney Earl
Remer took over the presiding
gavel from Eric Canvasser.
The Temple Beth El
Culinary Committee con-
tinues to take cooking classes
in search of new ways of
preparing food . . . Mark of
Excellence Chef Tom Murray
is their tutor . . . The fellows
make the food and hire lassies
like cute dimpled Jackie War-
rell to serve their dishes with
much aplomb, this time to
almost 100 attendees.
Fran and iz Malin took
turns with their camera . . . Iz
pushed the shutter button
during installation and
whenever the whim came to
take a picture . . . Fran did
her lens clicking while Iz was

being installed with the
board of directors . . . Con-
grats to Richard and Lucy
Gersten, who spent their 30th
anniversary at the
brotherhood dinner . . . Tem-
ple Beth El Rabbi Emeritus
Richard C. Hertz, co-head of
the Robert Rosenbush Award
Committee with Iz Malin,
presenting the honor to Den-
nis Frank . . . plus taking the
empty salad bowl from our
table to the kitchen while
wife Renda probably
wondered why he doesn't do it
at home . . . Paul Halpern
here from Philadelphia .. .
Harvey Goodman chairman
of the evening introducing
himself as "Marlene Good-
man's husband" . . . So very
nice to know someone like
Mame Tichton . . . Temple
Beth El Brotherhood is a won-
derful show of togetherness
that some other organizations
would do well to copy.
CONGRATS to Adelle and
Rubin (Ruby) Kress . . . on
their 45th anniversary.
SEEMS LIKE every time
we turn around these days,
there's a little party at The
Jewish News . . . It's usually
to celebrate happy occasions
like birthdays, anniversaries,
new sections or magazines,
etc. . . . always good for a
lunch or some cake.
This time was a sad occa-
sion for everyone . . . Shirley
Berman in the front office
was leaving . . . Then again,
it wasn't so sad because we all
knew that Shirley was going
to help her son Cliff at his
new dine-in and carry-out
restaurant, The Ice Cream
Co., on Wayne State Univer-
sity's campus, Warren bet-
ween Woodward and Cass,
and that's always been her
way of life . . . being happy by
helping people . . . this time
her son . . . It's the Skyline
Club's loss, too . . . She left
there also as the evening
hostess everyone liked so
much . . . Thanks for
everything, Shirley . . . good
luck . . . we'll miss you.
DANIELLE ROTT,
daughter of Cy and Elysa
Rott, had a problem at her re-
cent bat mitzvah reception
. . . Danielle's over 50
youngster guests didn't want
to go home . . . They were hav-
ing so much fun at Marvin
Yagoda's Marvin's Marvelous
Mechanical Museum on Or-
chard Lake Road in back of
F&M, where Tally Hall used
to sit . . . The kids danced,
played video and other games
they never knew existed and
had a real ball looking at
Marvin's everything at-
mosphere . . . One lass even
wanted to know when
Danielle was going to have
another bat mitzvah!



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