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April 29, 1994 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-29

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HAVING A PARTY?

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Here's just one example ... A party for 80 people
including appetizers, gourmet dinner, dessert,
complete beverage service, balloons,
entertainment, tax & tip — $35/person complete!
Nothing for you to do but show up.
Or ... we can tailor a party to fit any budget.



Open for lunch and dinner, Monday-Friday 11:00-11:00.
Call Nick for details, (810) 335-2037

BRING MOM MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 8
OPEN 12 NOON - 2 a.m.

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For some
children, visions
of growing up
may be simply
that. Visions.

Children with cystic fibrosis
want to grow up. They have
dreams of the future just like
every other child.
More than half of them will
live into their twenties, but that's
when life should be beginning
not ending.
You see, cystic fibrosis is an
hereditary disease that attacks a
child's lungs and makes it very
hard to breathe. Eventually, it's
fatal. And there is no cure. So pr.
But there is hope. Recent
discoveries in genetic research
can lead to stopping cystic
fibrosis once and forever.
The Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion supports this research. But
we need your help. The money
you give today will be used
immediately to continue the
research. And it will go a long
way in helping find the cure.
Your gift of S15, 525, or even
more will give a child more than
just a vision of hope. Give the
future... call 1-800-343-4300,
ext. 321 today. VISA/Master Card
accepted.

Yes, I accept
the challenge.

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JEWISH NEWS

Call the Jewish News Advertising Department
354-6060

DRUNK DRIVING DOESN'T
JUST KILL DRUNK DRIVERS.

Alcmzo Drake, killed 3/17/91 at
10:53pm on Robbins Rd., Harvest, AL.
Next time your friend insists on
driving drunk, do whatever it takes to
stop him. Because if he kills innocent
people, how will you live with yourself?

FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK.

The Winston, Goodman and Mandel families at Eton Academy.

Annual Carnival
At Eaton Academy

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

The Eton Academy
in Birmingham,
Michigan's only ac-
credited non-profit
school for students
with specific learn-
ing disabilities, re-
cently held their
annual carnival.
More than 400 pa-
trons attended the event, which
included a silent and live auction
and a dinner party catered by
Opus One.
The emotional high point of the
evening came in a bidding war
for a seven-week-old puppy. The
proud owners were Harvey and
Sandra Roth, the general chair-
men of the evening, and their son,
Jay. Ford Motor Co. donated a
1994 Ford Mustang GT convert-
ible which was won by Julie
Taras, a guest of the Roths.
Some of the carnival patrons
included: Peter and Laurie
Winston, Rabbi Mark and
Jacqueline Weiss, Mickey and
Debbie Stern, Judy Fink,
Steve and Margo Goodman,
Shlomo and Rhonda Mandel
and Leonard and Ann Good-
man.

ly Fabrics and Wallcoverings, this
year's major sponsor, is provid-
ing the backdrops for each ex-
hibitor booth; the auction is
chaired by Marlene Borman
and Mary Kay Crain. Some of
the patrons include: Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Applebaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Avern Cohn, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Cummings,
Mr. and Mrs. David Hermelin,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sachs,

ADVOCATE AWARDS

The Child Abuse and Neglect
Council, County of Oakland Inc.,
has announced the recipients of
the 1994 Child Advocate Awards.
Two of the recipients are
Richard Victor, an attorney,
and Cathy Zumberg, program
coordinator at Burton Elemen-
tary School PTA. They received
the awards at an April 20 lun-
cheon at Kingsley Inn.

CRYSTAL BALL

The Crystal Rose Ball, Hos-
pice's largest fund-raising event,
will be held 7 p.m. May 7. Some
of the co-chairmen for the event
include: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Gershenson and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Cohen. Proceeds from
the ball will support Hospice of
ANTIQUE SHOW
The 10th annual Village An- Southeastern Michigan. For tick-
tiques Show & Sale, a benefit for et information, call 559-9209.
Henry Ford Museum and Green-
field Village, will be held May 6- WISH FOUNDATION
The annual Make-A-Wish
8 at Lovett Hall in Dearborn,
adjacent to the museum. More Foundation event will be held
than 40 of the nation's best an- 6:30 p.m. May 7 at the Ritz Carl-
tique dealers will showcase 18th- ton. This fund-raising dinner,
and 19th-century American and with a silent and live auction, will
English furniture and acces- help provide "wishes" for Michi-
sories, jewelry, pottery and crafts. gan children suffering from life-
The preview evening will take threatening illnesses. Some of
place on Thursday, May 5, when the supporters include: David
a white - and - red 1938 American and Doreen Hermelin, Don
Bantam roadster will be on dis- and Mona Shane, George and
play for a silent auction. Waver- Joyce Blum, Seymour and

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