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May 30, 1980 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, May 30, 1980

Folkdance Forum
at Major Park

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST



EVERY YEAR for the
past four years, Julie Rosen
has thrown a 100-or-more-
people welcome home party
at her Birmingham abode
for Barbara and Dr.
William Petok.
Barbara is the daughter
of Dr. Robert and Florence
Schlaff and he is the son of
Ted and Dorothy Petok.
The folks invited are
frien6 from Camp Walden
in Cheboygan, Wayne State
University and Temple Is-
rael . . . All gather each year
when Barbara and Bill
come in from their Balti-
more, Md. home . . . for
plenty of food and old
friends to get together.
Year number five reu-
nion by Julie last Satur-
day found Bill with an-
other honor ... He was
given the 1980 award as
"Best Man Of The Year"
by the staf at the hospital
where Bill is a psychol-
ogist.
A few years ago, his
father, Ted, was given in
Oscar in Hollywood for the
Crunchbird cartoon.
HARVEY URNOVITZ
is taking reservations .. .
843-5611 . . . for the Gypsy
Blue Grass Nights he'll be
putting on at his Hungarian
Village, 1-75 at Springwells
exit . . . Wednesday and
Thursday . . . Should be fun
. . . with Jay Kallao, ban-
joist Scott Bagett and his
group, and three gal sin-
gers.
ERRATA ... Correct
spelling, of course, is Block's
. . . the fine men's store in
Orchard Lake Mall, Or-
chard Lake Rd. and Maple.
MUIRWOOD CEN-
TER, another Ron Licht
leasing agent operation, is
scheduled to be open this
fall . . . on Drake and Grand
River . . . Will be larger
than Applegate Square but
have its type of custom store
flair.
FAST MONEY raiser by
groups is the summer pre-
sentation at Paradiso by
Nancy Gurwin Productions,
"6 Rms Riv Vu" . . . opening
on a Friday, June 26, but
given every Saturday
thereafter for eight weeks
. . . The big biggie for Nancy
Gurwin starts Sept. 27 .. .
"Annie Get Your Gun" .. .
with Nancy in the starring
role.
SEYMOUR
AND
SHIRLEY Markey have a
Big Boy first at their res-
taurant in the Heritage
Plaza on Northwestern and
Evergreen . . . It's baked
potato . . . something never
before served at the Elias
Brothers spots . ..
Seymour's and Shirley's op-
eration is being used as a
test store . . . Something
also new on the menu is
baked cod dinner, $3.50.
TO JOE FALLS, Detroit
News sports columnist .. .
That recent column of yours
regarding the little people
getting hurt by a baseball

strike was a dandy . . . You
really hit a spot few people
thought about . . . regarding
the unemployment of ven-
ders, ushers, ticket sellers,
parking lot attendants and
others . . . Congratulations,
Joe . . . you deserve many
kudos for bringing this out.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears .. .
SEPT. 29, 1967 ... "Big
news of Twyckingham sub-
division in Southfield is the
hook and ladder fire truck
owned by Dave Hermelin
and Gil Silverman . . . The
big red fire fighter is of the
30s vintage and once owned
by the Pontiac Fire Dept.
. . . It's the pride of the
neighborhood . . . especially
the kids, who take much
glee in the rides given them
up and down the street by
Dave and Gil . . . "Imagine
the sensation Dave created
recently, when he brought it
to Cong. Shaarey Zedek to
pick up his youngsters, plus
the other kids in the driving
group . . . Dave's 2-year-old
son, Brian, is the mascot.. .
"Gil recently took the fire
truck out to the Roeper
School and Country Day
School, where his 3-year-old
son Eric became the hero as
70 youngsters went for the
ride of their little lives."
DEC. 29, 1967 . . . "Park-
ing his car at a local shop-
ping center, Hy Lewis went
in to purchase a carton of
cigarettes among other
items . While returning
to his car, he was amazed to
see police surrounding the
vehicle .. .
"As Hy approached them,
they asked for his identifi-
cation . . . Puzzled over the
situation, he asked what
was wrong and at the same
time, looking at the back
seat of his car, saw three
pistols and a rifle his
grandson David had left
there .. .
"Of course, the police
wouldn't touch them until
the owner was present, but
realized their embarrass-
ment when they found the
arsenal to be toys . . . The
way they are making them
today, it is sometimes im-
possible to tell the dif-
ference from the real thing."
JULY 17, 1967 . . . "Dur-
ing World War II, tells Sally
Eller, a huge corned-beef
sandwich and a cup of coffee
were the stimulants served
to those who had given
blood at the USO where she
was a volunteer .. .
"Feeling somewhat
shaky, Sally recalls, was
one fellow who munched his
slowly . . . Not so the burly
sailor who sat beside him in
the 'recovery room.' . . .
After wolfing his sandwich,
he looked at the Red Cross
worker and said plaintively,
`I'm still hungry, may I give
another pint?"

Thou canst not rebuke in
children what they see prac-
ticed in thee.

The Southfield Israeli
Folkdance Forum will pre-
sent dancing in the park
3:30 p.m. Sundays begin-
ning Sunday at Oak Park
Major Park, next to the
pavillion. Dancing will take
place every other Sunday
through Aug. 24.
Doug Yam will conduct
the free program. Everyone
is welcome. Programs will
be cancelled in case of rain.

VINCENZO'S

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SUN. 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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1-15 (Fisher) at SPRINCWELLS EXIT
All Credit Cards

WHEN DOWNTOWN
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A • STUFFED PEPPER • STUFFED CABBAGE

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COR. LINCOLN
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Closed Sun.

Fresh crisp salad

BREAKFAST SERVED
ANY TIME

Featuring
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• Baklava •Coney Islands
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• Etc.

Bread and butter

Everything Also Available
For Carry-Out

Potato
or rice

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Hot
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SPIRITS

Call today for reservations.

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