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January 08, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Concert Planned
at Kingswood

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

MANY OF THOSE who

Leah's and Mitch's house
came to the recent Hanuka much bigger looking as the
party given by Leh and crowd thinned out . . . Lots
Mitch Marks at their beau- of fun and dancing missed
tiful octagon home on Cass by those who left before 12.
Lake must have wondered
"That's what I like," said
who all the people were . . . Max Green to wife Lorraine.
and why they were there.
"A nice quiet party" . . . as
Actually, it was three the waters of Cass Lake rip-
parties in one . . . as over pled with rhythm and
(-1 00 guys 'n gals had a lot of laughter coming from the
in and some real good food - Marks home.
. . . The celebration was
"TALK TO ME" chil-
also for Leah's doctor, Dr. dren's book written by the
Lou Hayes' 54th birthday late Maureen Ellman in
. . . and a farewell to her 1975 and published by her
father, Mayer Getner, leav- mother, Sylvia Stone
ing to return home to Tel Ellman, in 1979 has been
Aviv, Israel.
included in the Michigan
Being an ace model and Authors Historical Chil-
fashion show coordinator dren's Book Collection at
aren't Leah's only fine traits Detroit-Public Library . . .
. . . she's also quite a cook The limited edition book
. . . Hubby Mitch knew this was featured in the Perma-
. . . now a lot more people nent Book Collection of the
know.
28th Annual Children's
She made all the food Book Fair of Metropolitan
herself . . . The Israeli- Detroit last year.
born personality gal
Maureen passed away
cooked oodles of bean Jan. 9, 1978 at the age of 20.

0 and barley cholent, bris-
ket of beef, chicken
breasts, felafel, cabbage
rolls, lukshen kugel and
potato latkes.

Bernie and Irene Schlus-
sel, Mitch's aunt and uncle,
thought they were coming
to a going-away party for
Mayer . . . but didn't stay
long . . . He hurt his arm
slipping on the ice outside,
and fell again inside . . .
After some of Leah's food it
was off to Henry Ford Hos-
pital.
Plenty of music supplied
by the Jay Kalleo Trio with
Norm Garber on bass and
vocals . . . Leah Siegel join-
ing in hitting the high notes
. . . Also Malka Kantor
with her fine voice.
Rick Brode, entertainer
and sports-. attorney-agent
(Robbie Timmons, Alan
Trammell, Lou Whitaker,
Rick Leach, etc.) ready to
enter the pro football circle
. . . Eastern Onion gal
,dressed in birthday cake
singing "Happy Birthday"
with everyone to Dr. Lou
Hayes . . Musician Sam
Robbins on the tambourine
with Jay Kalleo Trio and
daughter Florine Robbins
playing Jay's violin with
excellence . . . They're
neighbors of Leah and
Mitch.

Esther Sherman with
swollen ear lobes from
ear-piercing after hubby
Eddie bought her
diamond earrings . . .
Esther telling of taking
ene Babcock to Max-
\ well's Plum in New York,
ordering a vodka tonic
and Ilene having hot
water with lemon . . .
Millie Hozman wearing
dark glasses to protect
cut corneas in her eyes
. . . Free-spirited world
traveler, model, actress
Marilyn Smith doing a
song and dance to the
gypsy music . . . Polite
Stu Gorelick sauvely
dressed as usual.

Friday, January 8, 1982 27

CHANGE IN SITE

plans for Second Generation
Singles . . . with Sunday's
Western theme party 8 p.m.
at Roberto's on Coolidge in
Berkley . . . For more info
call the group at 967-2947.
CONGRATS . . . to
Minnie and " Abraham
Schiffman . . . on their
36th anniversary . . . to
Buddy Slafkin on his 65th
birthday.

The American Artist
Series will begin its 12th
season with a concert 3 p.m.
Sunday at Kingswood
School-Cranbrook.
The concert will feature
pianist and artistic director
Joann Freeman, and John
Thurman, cello; Linda
Snedden Smith, violin; Inna
Nedorezov, violin; and
Glenn Mellow, viola.
Tickets will be available
at the door.

Ribs! "How I Love Thee"

"Now Let Me Count The Ways"

1. Smoked — The Original Hickory Smoked and Bar-B-Qued. The
Uniquely Irresistable Flavor Acclaimed by Noted Gourmets.
2. Special Bar-B-Qued and Basted — NEW — All The Flavor,
Juiciness, Tenderness and Value of the Original — And In Addi-
tion, Basted With Our Own Sensational Bar-B-Q Sauce and
Without The Hickory Smoke. A Unique Taste Sensation.

Full Slab $1.95, Half Slab $5.95

CHINA
GATE

So Regardless of How You Like Your Ribs
Hickory's Will Serve You

NOW SERVES
COCKTAILS

FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY

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

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FRI. & SAT.
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With The Purchase Of Any Entree From Our Menu

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Southfield
352-2150/352-2153

DR. SONYA FRIED-
MAN, speaks on "Stress

Management" at dinner,
Jan. 18, by Birmingham
Community Women's Cen-
ter . . . at Birmingham
Community House . . .
642-1132.

HOPE ALL YOUR

wishes come true . . . in '82.

Above not at this location

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(Next to Sears Entrance On
Upper Level) 336-7566

HICKORY'S

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

alimivta

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

NOW OPEN

Ernie's

JACK GREISMAN,

who retired three years ago
after 28 years with Borman
Foods, would be on- call as a
bartender for house parties
. . . but close friends Mor-
rie and Jeanette Epstein-
hold all the options to his
services . . . Jack is Mor-
rie's "official" replacement
at the Epstein's beautiful
new bar downstairs in their
Pebble Creek home.
Jack and Dorothy Greis-
man will celebrate anniver-
sary number 42 in Feb-
ruary.
NEXT MEETING for
Central High 1942 class
40th Reunion is this Tues-
day at home of Dolores
Farber . . . 5357 Isle Royal
Ct., West Bloomfield . . .
855-9223. . . . The reunion
has been set for Oct. 2 at
Fairlane Manor.
RAY ABRAMS has rol-
led back prices to 1975 at his
Cushion 'n Cue in Oak Park
. . . where most of those
great pictures from the old
Detroit Recreation
downtown are now hanging.
IRV ROLLINGER, one
of the organizers of The
Dance Group social club, is
recovering from a hip re-
placement.

With All The Fixin's

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(IN MUIRWOOD SQUARE - FORMERLY THE DELI)

New Year, New Service!

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•Meals served on china
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•Breakfast served daily (try our special)
•Homemade Chili and Soups
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• Phone Orders 478-0080
• Salad Bar
• Cold Beer & Wine (to go only)
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