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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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Friday, January 1, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former Detroiter Special Classes
Exhibits in Israel for Gifted and
Former Detroiter Pesach Talented Slated

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

4*.

SOPHIE GARBER re-
cently entertained for her
friends here . . . and Dave
Susser, former Detroiter
visiting from Los Angeles
. . . But it was more than
just a "hello" party . . .
\Sophie took the time to
make it a reunion . . . by
calling members of the
former social club, - The
Omega Socials."
It had started back in
1928 when friends were
campers at Fresh Air Camp,
then located near Brighton,
on Blaine Lake . . .
Originators were Abe
Moses and the late Harry
Thay.
When summer camping
season was over, the group
of boy and girl teenagers (14
to 16) met at the "Y" (Young
Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion) on Rowena Ave. . . .
On the same street was the
Jewish Orphan Home
where there were six girls
and four boys of that age
group who attended camp
and became members of the

years.
It would be only natural if
Sophie Garber missed invit-
ing some former Omega
members . . . but there
couldn't be anyone more
sorrier than her . . . Get-
ting as many together as
she did was quite a feat in
itself.
OVER 1,000 potato
latkes were served to the
350 people who attended re-
cent Hanuka latke party by
Cong. Bnai David Sister-
hood and Men's Club . . .
and not a one pancake left
. . At each table was a
menora and a Russian in-
vitee was asked if he would
like to light one . . . The
man, in his 40s, said it
would be the first time he
ever lit a menora . . . that
in Russia he'd be jailed for
doing such a thing . . .
Norma Gealer was Sister-
hood chairman and Dr.
Bernard Maness, Men's
Club chairman.
HANUKA PARTY by
Oakland - Century Lodge,
Bnai Brith, at Southfield
Y."
Miss Hillel was the so- Civic Center, expected 100
cial director, and the late and 200 showed up . . .
Mother Klein, in charge Over 300 latkes were given
of social entertainment at to the Hannah Schloss Old
the home, sought the ta- Timers . . . Sam Braver-
lents of young Dorothy man was chairman.
DIFFERENT TYPE of
Kroll (now married to Hy
Nudell), to sing and party is set by Second Gen-
dance periodically there eration Singles, Jan. 10 . .
and also at the camp . . . It'll be an evening of West-
The camp counselors ern rock and disco, 8 p.m., at
were . . . Max Steiner, Circle P Ranch on W. Maple
the late Earl Levine, Hy in Troy . . . for ages 21-45
Seligson and Hy Kramer. . . . Yes, mechanical bull
As Omega Socials, the rides will be available.
LOOKING BACK On
members became involved
in many activities . . . so- Columns of Yesteryears:
SEPT. 12, 1969 . .
cial, dramatics, athletics
"Madelyn Gruskin, who had
and charity.
Many of its former mem- broken her ankle falling
bers live in different parts of down the steps at home
while hubby Ben, in charge
the country.
Sophie Garber, through of the liquor division of
the efforts of Abe Moses, as- Cunningham Drug Stores,
sembled as many former was attending a convention
members of the group that in Atlanta, Ga., had a won-
could be located . . . Pre- derful souvenir to give
sent were . . . Sylvia and when they took her cast off
David Susser, Rose and . . . While having dinner
Jack Rubin, Edie Thav (sec- with Ben and Phil and Es-
retary of the club) and wife telle Berke at Lafayette -
of the late Harry Thav, Frit- Orleans Lounge, Tom
zie and Abe Moses, Dorothy Jones, appearing the next
and Hy Nudell, Edith and night at Olympia, auto-
Jack Allen, Dr. Lou and graphed it for her . . . The
Anne Berent, Anne and nurse of Madelyn's doctor
Frank Berman, Sophie wrapped it up with careful
Garber and Alexander reverence to give to one of
Nemoff, Nathalie and Louis her grandchildren.
MAY 12, 1967 . . . (by
Citron, Lenore and Dave
Shapiro, and Lottie and guest columnist Hy Lewis)
. . . "Little Sheri Silber was
Harry Koltonow.
out to lunch with her
Other members invited grandma, Shirley Charmer.
\ __,ut unable to attend
After lunch Shirley left her
were: Anne Menkin, wife
gratuity on the table but lit-
of the late Joe Menkin, tle Sheri, who liked her
Anne Feldman, wife of waitress very much, had to
the late Joe Feldman, tip her personally with a
Betty Middleman, wife of whole penny."
the late Morry (Rip) Mid-
MAY 19, 1967 . . .
dleman and Anne "Overheard . . . by Sid
Jacobs, wife of the late Morris . . . 7-year-old
Sam Jacobs.
'daughter of business asso-
There was so much re- ciate and little friend stand-
miniscing . . . Omega So- ing outside her teenage sis-
cials used to meet regularly ter's bedroom. 'It's called
once a week, then periodi- homework. They scatter
cally until disbanding after some books around and then
an association of over 53 talk about boys.'

"

.

is

(Philip) Slabosky is having
his first exhibit in Israel of
ink drawings through mid-
January at the Alon Gallery
in Jerusalem.
A graduate of Cass Tech-
nical High School, Slabosky
studied at the Brooklyn
Museum School of Art be-
fore moving to Israel in
1979. -
He is the brother of Ar-
thur Slabosky of Oak Park
and Helen Slabosky of
North Hollywood, Fla., and
son of former Detroiters
Louis and Toby Slabosky of
Knoxville, Tenn.

`Readiness' Is
Program Topic
of SZ Nursery

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled will host a
meeting on "School Readi-
ness" 8 p.m. Jan. 14 in the
youth lounge of the
synagogue.
Stephanie Riley, director
of the Lowry Preschool at
Oakland University and a
member of the national lec-
ture staff of the Gessell In-
stitute, will be the guest
speaker. Guests are wel-
come, and refreshments will
be served. Admission is free.
For details, call Rosaline
Gilson at the synagogue,
357-5544.

O'Neill Comedy
at Hilberry

Eugene O'Neill's comedy,
"Ah, Wilderness!" will open
at the Hilberry Theater 8:30
p.m. Wednesday. Tickets
are available at the Wayne
State University box office,
577-2972.

(George and !Walla
Golematis

ARE THE NEW
OWNERS OF

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Among the classes to be
offered are: Beginning and
Advanced Suzuki Violin,
Future Problem Solving.
Reading Efficiency De-
velopment, Surreal Num-
bers and Nim-Like Games,
Create with Writing, An In-
troduction to Film, "You
Are What You Read!"

For information and
brochure, call Elaine
Kamienny, founder and di-
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C-* THE
PERFECT
BLEND

In The Heritage Bldg.

AND OF COURSE OUR
HOME MADE
ALL YOU CAN EAT
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Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.
TUESDAY — FRIED CLAMS & CHIPS
Cole slaw and roll.
WEDNESDAY — SPAGHETTI DINNER
Soup or salad and roll.
THURSDAY — LIVER & ONIONS
Choice of soup or salad, potato and roll.
FRIDAY — FISH &'CHIPS
Cole slaw and roll.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
FRIED CHICKEN
• Choice of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter

$3.50

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SATURDAYS TIL 6 p.m.
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FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY

Daily from 5 p.m. to Closing and
12 noon to 10 p.m. Sundays

SALAD BAR
110c

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Southfield
352-2150/352-2153

Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn
(Next to Sears Entrance On
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HICKORY'S

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