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March 19, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Circus in Town

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

NEW BROADWAY
MARKET on Middlebelt
and 14 Mile . . . will open
April 3 . . . with 80 percent
occupancy . . . and no car-
rying things around .. .
There'll be shopping carts
for those visiting the kosher
butcher, boutiques, fruit
market, etc.
Remember Lefkofsky's at
the old Broadway Market in
downtown Detroit? . . . This
time it'll be Greenberg's
Deli at the new Broadway
Market . . . owned and oper-
ated by Sandy and Ron
Greenberg, who retain , the
name as a tribute to dad and
mom s Irving and Ruth
Greenberg, taking life easy
now, retired from the deli
business, and spending time
traveling.
Greenberg's Deli with its
1,500 square feet, will be
strictly carry-out . . . but a
sector named Greenberg's
Corner will have stand-up
counters where people can
eat while reading newspap-
ers on the wall and looking
at the collector-item photos
of old Detroit. (DOwntown
Broadway Market will be
one of the pictures.)
Like an old time deli,
everyone will wear white
shirts and garter on arm .. .
Sandy and Ron will even
grow handlebar mustaches.
REPLACEMENT HIP
for Eliot Raskin was recal-
led one day prior to
scheduled surgery last week
at Mt. Carmel Hospital.
New hip and surgery have
been re-scheduled for April.
Eliot has donated more
than 13 gallons of blood (104
pints) to the American Red
Cross during the last 20
years . . . and contributed
two pints for himself prior to
surgery . . . The two pints
have now been frozen .. .
Doctors want to use his own
blood because they say it re-
duces the risk of reaction.
Eliot has donated for
years at Cong. Bnai Moshe
where he is recording sec-
retary of the synagogue and
wife Doreen has chaired its
annual blood drive.
DINNER HONORING
46th District Judge Nor-
man Feder is this Wednes-
p.m., fol-
day, cocktails at 6 p.m.
lowed by dinner and
. . . at Southfield Civic
Center Pavilion . . . kosher
catered by Al Rosenberg .. .
Call Harry Nelson, EL
/-1483; or Ernie Solomon,
883-7300.
DOES ANYBODY
HAVE a 1941 Hutchins in-
termediate Star Yearbook?
. . . You can loan it to some-
one and do a big, big favor
. . . Barbara (Goldfield)
Press would like to copy the
pages she is missing from
her book . . . Naturally, it'll
be returned intact . . Con-
tact Barbara after 6 p.m. at
557-0882 . . . and make her
a very happy gal.
ROBBIE BRIAN KO-
HEN, almost three years
old, son of orthopedic sur-

geon Dr. William and Mari-
lyn Kohen, has a cute new
way of saying that he is
hungry . . . "I ran out of food
in my stomach," says Rob-
bie.
BEST BET Of The
Weekend . . . for singles
ages 23-45 . . . Second Gen-
eration Singles First Spring
Bash '82 Party, this Sun-
day, 8 p.m. . . . at Scandals,
Ramada Inn on Telegraph.
MAIL DEPT. . . .
"Shalom. And my best re-
gards. You should review
restaurants here. Some are
A-1.
Harry Weinsaft
Kibutz Afikim, Israel
(Harry has the Kingsley
Art Gallery at Kingsley
Inn).

"Now vacationing in Sun-
rise, Fla. with wife Laura.
`Listening Post' column,
Friday, March 5, has item of
July 14, 1967 of Morey
Charmer playing golf with
Barney Alter. This should
be Barney Allen, lifelong
resident of Detroit and also
ex-president of the Furni-
ture Club of Detroit and
Furniture Travelers of
Michigan.
"Here's some more nos-
talgia: Morey Charmer, also
here in Florida, reminded
me of this. May 3, 1961. A
golf foursome including
Aaron Berg, the late Max
Calfin, Morey Charmer and
Barney Allen, playing at
North Hills across the road
from Oakland Country Club
on Maple Road. Barney
Allen aces No. 6 hole (195
yards) with four wood. Gets
real break at bar. Only 10
golfers on course that day.
It's cold. 55 degrees."
Barney Allen
DETROITER IRVING
LIPSKY has comic Jackie
Mason to blame for his rup-
tured appendix while at the
Newport Hotel in Florida
with wife Rita . . . Irving
says he laughed too hard .. .
But his thanks are to former
Detroiter Dr. Edward
Wiener at Florida's South-
eastern Medical Center .. .
graduate of Southfield High
whose father here is Dr. Is-
rael Wiener.
BERNIE HOFFMAN
will do his bit as auctioneer
when Bnai Brith Singles try
to raise some dough with its
2nd Annual White
Elephant Auction, this
Sunday, 7 p.m. at BB Bldg.,
101/2 at Southfield . . . Not to
be left out, Betty Cohen will
hobble in on crutches if
necessary, after her icy slip
this winter . . . Bnai Brith
Singles was chartered last
October . . . For info, call
Lillian Freedland, social di-
rector, 546-2967.

Confederate Secretary of
War John Seddon refused
High Holy Day leaves for
Jewish soldiers because "it
would disintegrate certain
commands if the request
was granted."

The 1982 Moslem Temple
Shrine Circus will play at
the State Fair Coliseum
today through April 4. Per-
formances are scheduled
daily at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30
p.m. with special early bird
shows at 9:30 a.m. on
Saturdays and Sundays.

PARTIES

UP TO 200

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BY

CHEF RICHARD ZIMMERMAN
AT THE MEATING PLACE

851-0060

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IN TOWN

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Closed Monday

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478-0080

LOW TRAY CATERING PRICES!
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Featuring
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IT PAYS TO COME
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Restaurant & Pizzeria
10517 W. 1 MILE RD.

AT MENDOTA

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EXCELLENT
GREEK &
AMERICAN
DINING

Friday, March 19, 1982 29

$ 50

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plus tax
Per

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Your Hosts: Nick & Jim

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Call

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LUNCHEONS MON. THRU SAT. FROM 11 a.m. .
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MON.-THURS.
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FRI. & SAT.
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SUNDAY IS BRUNCH DAY

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Including 14 Hot Entrees

$ 6
95-
._ per
person

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Reservations Accepted

-

642-0100

Easter Seals Benefit

Art Auction

Sponsered by Ramada Inn — Southfield

Wednesday, March 24, 1982

7:00 P.M.

Location:

Preview —

• Meet the Detroit Pistons
and the Classy Chasis —
Autographs and Pictures
• Complimentary wine, beer and
hors d'oeuvres

• Cash Bar Available

Hudson Ballroom
Ramada Inn — Southfield
28225 Telegraph Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

• $10.00 Admission

Call for Reservations:

(313) 355-2929

8:00 P.M.

Art Auction
• Conducted by the Gallery Art
Center
• Miro, Dali, Hibel, Yamagata,
Neiman, Agam and many more!

Door Prizes:
• Piston's Tickets
• Weekend for two to Toronto
Complimentary
Dinners & Lunches


Supported by — WDRQ • Detroit Pistons • Gallery Art Center

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