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January 15, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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28 Friday, January 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Violinist Joseph Silverstein
to Perform in Concert Here

Violinist Joseph Silvers-
tein will appear in concert
for the Friends for Or-

George and Maria
Golematis

ARE THE NEW
OWNERS OF

SPIRO'S

Restaurant

25920 Greenfield at Lincoln
Oak Park

I OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK I

Mon.-Fri. 6-9, Sat. 6-3, Sun. 8-3

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

Mon.-Sat. 6-11, Sun. 8-11

99 c

2 EGGS

W/Toast & Jelly

DINNER SPECIALS FROM 2 p.m.

20% Orr SENIOR CITIZENS

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CONEY ISLAND
RESTAURANT

It's your special night out every
Thursday at Hurley's. With special
prices on drinks, live entertainment
and dancing. So make Thursdays special.

24752 SOUTHFIELD RD.
1 BLOCK SOUTH OF 10 MILE RD.

Open Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

•Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY

• GREEK SALAD • GYROS
• SHISH KEBOB • FISH & CHIPS
• TUNA SALAD
• OMELETTES
• SANDWICHES
Your Hosts: SAM & JERRY FLOROS

NORTHFIELD HILTON
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
. (313) 879-2100

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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 $7.95, Half Slab $5.95

With All The Fixin's

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

FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY

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

SALAD BAR
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With The Purchase Of Any Entree From Our Menu

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12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield
352-2150/352.2153

Above not at this location

Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn
(Next to Sears Entrance On
Upper Level) 336-7566

1-1ICKOnY'S

chestra Hall "Praeludium"
series 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Orchestra Hall.
Silverstein will dedicate
the concert to the memory of
his teacher, Mischa Mis-
chakoff.
A native Detroiter, Sil-
verstein was a winner in the
1959 Queen Elisabeth of
Belgium Concours and of
the Walter W. Naumburg
Award. He has appeared
with major U.S. orchestras
and frequently is the con-
ductor of the Boston Sym-
phony Orchestra and Bos-
ton Pops Orchestra.

He was recently ap-
pointed principal guest
conductor of the Balti-
more Symphony Or-
chestra and was interim
music director of the To-
ledo Symphony Or-
chestra until 1980. He is
the music director and
conductor of the Worces-
ter Symphony Orchestra.

Currently, Silverstein is
concertmaster and assis-
tant conductor of the Boston
Symphony Orchestra. He is
chairman of the faculty of
the Berkshire Music Center
at Tanglewood and a
member of the faculty at the
Yale School of Music and
assistant professor of music
at Boston University.
Silverstein began his
musical studies with his
father, a violin teacher, and
later attended Curtis Insti-
tute. He has studied under
Joseph Gingold, Mr. Mis-
chakoff and Efrem Zim-
balist.
Tickets are available by
calling the Orchestra Hall
box office, 833-3700.

Comedy Castle
Guests Listed

Comedy Castle will fea-
ture comedian Robert Wuhl
8:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. today
and Saturday at Maximi-
lian's.
Guest comedians for
January include Bill Kir-
chenbauer and David Sayh.
February's schedule in-
cludes: Paul Mooney, Feb.
3-6; James Wesley Jackson,
Feb. 10-13; Carl Waxman,
Feb. 17-30; and Joe -Nipote,
Feb. 24-27.
Open mike night is 9 pan.
Tuesday. There is a cover
charge for all shows.

Vivace Hosts
Jazz Concert

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

TAMARA FRIED-
MAN'S letter to Samuel

Lerner speaks for many
people .. .
"I have wanted to write
this letter for a long time. I
wanted it to be perfect. I
wanted to say 'thank you' in
just the right way. So I
Waited and waited. The let-
ter may not be perfect, but
the waiting is over.
"My husband and chil-
dren and I came to Detroit
in February 1974from Lvov
in the Soviet Union. We
were 25 years old, the twins
were four. We spoke no
English, knew no one, had
no friends or relatives here.
We were frightened and
lonely. What Jewish Family
Services did for us was a
miracle. They gave us a
home, furniture, food,
helped us find jobs, intro-
duced us to the Judaism we
never knew in Russia. They
did more for us than our
families ever would have
done. They sent a wonder-
ful woman, Mrs. Elsie Gel-
man, to teach us English.
They made us feel safe and
strong and helped us to find
our way in a new land.
"Eugene and I have been
happy and successful. The
girls are 121/2 now. We own
a home, Eugene has his own
painting company, I have a
facial salon. We try in some
small way to repay the debt
we owe. We give jobs to
other immigrants. We co-
sign loans. We contribute to
UJA and the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
"Nothing will ever really
pay back the hours of care
and help that were given to
us, but if there is any way
we can be of help, let us
know. In the meantime, we
can only offer our deepest
and sincerest thanks for a
new life as Jews and Ameri-
cans."
Sincerely,

Tamara, Eugene,
Edita, Gabriella

(Tamara Skin Care Salon
is on Franklin Road in
Southfield.)

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Rhoda Lubaski . . . re-

covering at home from re-
cent surgery . . . to Harry
Naster . . . at Sinai Hospi-
The Andrea Cheolas Jazz tal.
Trio will appear in a cabaret
CONTRATS. .. to How-
concert 7:30 p.m. Sunday at ard and Dorothy Nudell .. .
the Birmingham Temple.
on 42nd anniversary . . . to
The group consists of Dr. Benjamin and Helen
Andrea Cheolas, piano; Brand on 52nd anniversary.
Chris Snyder, bass and elec-
KNIGHTS OF
tric bass; George Davison, PYTHIAS installation of
drums; and Angela Smith, officers is this Tuesday at
vocalist.
Castle Hall on Coolidge 'in
Snacks and drinks will be Berkley . . . preceded by
available. There is a 6:30 feast.
charge. For ticket informa-
BIRTHDAY CON-
tion, call Evelyn Krieger, GRATS ... to Al Kaftan on
544-8350.
number 57 . . . to his niece
Mimi Moss (Jerry) on
Sow an act, and you reap a number 26.
ZINA SHAYKHET, the
habit. Sow a habit, and you
reap a character. Sow a gal handling organ at Tem-
character, and you reap a ple Israel Saturday services
and many weddings, is
destiny.
— Charles Reade teaching piano in reverse

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. . . Not just youngsters .. .

but much concentration on
folks who never had the
opportunity of learning
when they were young .. .
and now want that some-
thing in life they miss.
Zina and hubby Leonid
are here about two years
from Russia where
attended Moscow Conse_
vatory of Music among--
other top places . . . Lee is
the Kung Fu expert . Zina
gives private or group les-
sons . . . and is real good .. .
6H1er9p
6 . hone number is 474-

WHILE BABYSIT-
TING
recently with

grandchildren, 6-year-old
Susan and 4-year-old Eric,
as parents Laurie and How-
ard Novetsky were out
celebrating their anniver-
sary, Doris Novetsky was
preparing them for bed . . .
"You know," said Doris,
"today is daddy's and
mommy's anniversary.
That means they were mar-
ried nine years ago."
She asked Eric, "Do you
know what married
means?" . . . Without hesi-
tation, he replied, "Married
means you get loved." .. .
Quite a profound answer
from a 4-year-old . . . kids
tell it like it is . . . simple
and truthful.
25 TOP MICHIGAN ar-
tists will display their
wares Jan. 29 through Jan.
31 . . . at Shenandoah Coun-
try Club, Walnut Lake (be-
tween Farmington Rd. and
Drake Rd.) . . . at the 19th
annual Sholem Aleichem
Art Show and Sale . . . Jan.
29 and 30 is 11 to 10 . .31st
is 11 to 5.
Professional artists of the
state are selected from both
established and new talent
. . . with the works sold at
all price ranges . . . Serious
art collectors have found the
Sholem Aleichem Institute
show and sale most worth-
while.
Rose Roth is this year's
chairperson.

WHERE THEY ARE
DEPT. . . . Pat Campbell

, . . 1695 Woods Bend, West
Palm Beach, Fla., 33406.

Gallery Exhibits
Europe Masters

The Allen Rubiner Gal-
lery will feature an exhibi-
tion of European masters
today through Feb. 4 at the
gallery, 621 S. Washington,
Royal Oak.
Featured at the exhibit
tion will be bronze sculpture ------/
and works on paper by
Henry Moore, Joan Miro,
Edouard Vuillard, Victor
Pasmore, Pierre Soulages,
Corneille, Alan Davie and
Sonia Delaunay.
Gallery hours are 9:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 9:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. For
information, call the gal-
lery, 544-2828.

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