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October 30, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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FOR DINNER,
DANCING,
PARTIES & FUN?

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For
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 30, 1931 41

SoutIttield's Newest Dining Spot

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The Bar-B-Q House

he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 40)
1-75, for a four-week stint
beginning this Monday.
The change to a jazz group
is a reversal in policy at
Hurley's which in the past .
has featured listening and
dancing rock groups.
FUND-RAISING for
Children's Hospital is pro-
ject by Charley's Crab in
Troy ... Halloween party for
kids and parents is held to-
morrow night with free
dinner for youngsters, best
costume contest, magician,
games and prizes.
ALTHEA McCUL-
LERS and her jazz flute end
tomorrow night at Ar-
chibald's on Woodward.
SOUNDED LIKE gun
shots, said Debbi Fenton,
cashier at Pickle Barrel
Deli in Evergreen Plaza ...
Was after closing when a
couple of rocks came hurtl-
ing through the window ...
Southfield police were
called and two scout cars
showed up ... First badge-
bearer asked who owners
Jack Baiter and Al Winkler
fired that day ... and the sec-
ond came and asked if they
had fired anyone recently ...
Sounds like they've been
around.
"THE BIG BANDS
BASH of '81," a music spec-
tacular with four hours of
continuous dancing or lis-
tening, is 7 to 11 p.m. this
Monday in the Renaissance
Center Ballroom of the
Westin Hotel (former De-
troit Plaza.) ... The event
will be a benefit for the
Music Hall, Detroit's non-
profit performing arts cen-
ter.
Recreating the famous
ballroom big band "duels"
there will be two
bandstands, one at each end
of the ballroom ... with
Austin-Moro and Brookside
Jazz alternately trying to
top each other for over four
hours.
The Bash will be broad-
cast live by WJR with most
of their air personalities
taking turns "coming to you
direct from the Renaissance
Center Ballroom" ... Ursula
Walker will sing, there will
be a dance contest and
celebrity judges.
Co-chairing the event
with Elliot Trumbull is
Rosanne Schlussel ... and
rounding out the commit-
tee are Colleen Andrew,
Billie Barak, John
Bloom, Marilyn Connor,
Diane Edgecomb, Bill
James and Connie and
Gerry Ross.
Since all services are
being donated, the ticket
cost is totally deductible.
BOBBY LAUREL and
his band have signed a
long-term contract to per-
form at Chuck Muer's Top of
the Pontch at Hotel
Pontchartrain ... beginning
Nov. 10 ... Tilesday through
Saturday.
Bobby's move to the Top
ends a three-year stand at
the London Chop House
downtown.
With him will be drum-
mer Gene Stewart, Louis
Lacey, Jr., on bass and Don

of Southfield (Former Raven Gallery)

Barr playing guitar and
other stringed instruments
... The quartet has been per-
forming together for 12
years.
Pianist-vocalist Bobby
Laurel is a native Detroiter
... He began composing
when 14-years-old ... has re-
corded one album and writ-
ten more than 300 songs ...
His performances feature a
wide range of material from
updated classics to modern
ballads and stylized ver-
sions of Broadway tunes.
LILLIAN HELLMAN'S
"Watch On The Rhine"
opens at the Attic Theater,
525 E. Lafayette at Beau-
bien in Detroit's Greek-
town, Nov. 6-Dec. 19 ...
Thursday and Friday at 8
p.m., Saturday 6 p.m. and 9
p.m., and Sunday 6:30 p.m.
An anti-Nazi German
engineer brings his Ameri-
can wife and their three
children out of the brutality
of Germany in 1940 into the
comfortable household of
his mother-in-law in Wash-
ington, D.C. ... The play
highlights political tensions
of the period as they affect
the characters involved.

Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac
lived in northern France (c.
1030 - 1105). He became the

foremost commentator on
Bible and Talmud and was
known by the abbreviation
for his name, "Rashi."

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