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December 05, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-05

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30 Friday, December 5, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leo Rosten's Latest Novel, Bonditt,
Will Keep You in Suspense—a Bissel

Big Savings on
Lenox Dinnerware

By ALAN HITSKY
up "Silky!" and shmooze the whole inishegoss. You
are going to have to read it
Mickey Spillane mit a
with Rosten.
for yourself. '
I'm
not
going
to
tell
you
Brother,
Yiddish haccent?
you ain't read nuthin' till
you read Leo Rosten's
latest, "Silky!" (Bantam
Books). His glossary of Yid-
A MEMORY YOU WILL
dish shtik at the end of the
story is worth the price
HAVE FOREVER
alone.
Rosten has written an-
LET US CREATE A WALKING
other dandy, which Bantam
TALKING PHOTO ALBUM OF
claims is just the first in a
YOUR NEXT PARTY
series of offbeat mysteries
featuring private inves-
Weddings Social Events
tigator Sidney Pincus,
CALL
, otherwise known as Silky.
Bar Mitzvas
Rosten keeps throwing
559-6022
enough Yiddish at the
reader to keep him thinking
INC.
585-7223
of Mama and chicken soup,
which is just what hero
Silky needs after tangling
with a Carribbean enforcer
and a gorgeous shiksa. It's
OK, Mama . . . it all works
out in the end.
How can Rosten miss?
•••
He throws in all those
gorgeous females, inter-
national intrigue of the
drug trade, one or two
also LED Digital
murders, a dash of sex, a
watches in stock.
few shmegegges and
shmendricks, and a lova-
• Jewelry Designers &
ble querulous pooch who
Manufacturers of Original &
reminds you of your
Unusual Creations
Uncle Max. Also plenty of
• Authorized Appraisers
shmaltz. And that glori-
• Estate Liquidators
ous glossary.
,So? How come you ha-
ven't gone out and bought it
yet? If you've got nothing to
do for a couple of hours, pick

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CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
Invites You To Say,
"Good Bye" To 1980

Welcome 1981
DINNER DANCE

Wednesday, December 31st, 1980
• Complete Sit Down Dinner
• Favors
• Set-Ups (B.Y.O.B.)
Wines Must Be Kosher

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Correction

The correct address for in-
formation concerning "My
Own Hanuka - Story,"
(Jewish News, Nov. 21) is
BYLS Press, 6247 N. Fran-
cisco Ave., Chicago, Ill.,
60659.

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to

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