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July 16, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING
POST

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

AL.

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THE SUN CAME in and
out . . . A slight breeze had a
few jackets on . . . but it was
almost a perfect day for an
outdoor Fourth of July
party.
Nothing marred the fun
of so many people who came
(--lo the huge grounds and
_;orgeous octagon home off
'Commerce Lake . . . of Leah
and Mitch Marks.
No Weight Watchers food
.. . but Florine Mark Ross
and hubby Dr. Bill Ross en-
joying themselves . . .
Florine's daughter Lisa was
married recently with a
Weight Watchers reception
at Adat Shalom . . . to Han-
nan Lis of Haifa, Israel .. .
His entire family came from
Israel for the wedding .. .
Caterers Al and Sara
Rosenberg's "sweet" table
was a fruit table.
Leah Marks dancing
with walking cast on foot
after breaking it and
tearing ligament when
foot got caught in wheel
of a Moped ... Bobby
Adell in green doctor's
operating suit, "I've been
on the table so much, I
want to see what the
other side looks like" .. .
Kitty Wagner's delicious
lemon pastry gone as fast
as it was served.
Chorus line on patio deck
with Alice Sanjian, Elina
Carp and Lenore Gorosh .. .
Clive Cantor without the
mole on his nose I used to
use years ago to tell him
apart from brother Ted.
Enough food for a hungry
army, navy, air force and
marine corps . . . with
Mitchell at the double grill
.. from hot dogs to Leah's
own mix of hamburgers .. .
taboulee, pita, baklava,
spinach pie, hummous, etc.,
etc. . . . never ending.
Harry Kosins looking
real good . . . no one could
tell he was so ill . . . Shirlee
Becker with the pretty
smile loving the breeze .. .
Leah Baum singing and
serving drinks . . . Harry
and Peggy Dermer coming
over with their boat and giv-
ing the kids rides . . . Stu
Gorelick's son Scott falling
in the water . . . and his
other son, David, falling on
the dock.
Jan Yanowitz of Shay-
na's, proud of hubby Bob los-,
ing 45 pounds ....88-year-
old Charlotte Adell looking
in her 70s . . . being sung to
by Gypsy trio of "Bunker"
•arber, bass and vocals;
Jlin Giovanni, violin, (at
Mr. Tee's, Friday and
Saturday) and Tommy Ziga,
guitar.
Sam • Robbins taking
people for a ride on his pon-
toon boat . . . then going
alone in his sailboat . . . Bob
and Shula Shear, Leah's
and Mitch's houseguests
from Baltimore . . . Shula is
head of Slenderly Slim
there and happily shows off
her 50-pound weight loss.
STAN BERGER has a

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MINYTINEU

NY Coaching Seminar
Draws Israelis, Egyptians

Danny Raskin's

new gleam in his eyes .. .
caused by recent hole-in-
one . . . on 180-yard third
hole at Wabeek Country
Club . . . Stan used a 7-wood
while playing with Michael
Lewiston.
BERKLEY HIGH 10-
year reunion for 1972 grads
will be Aug. 21 at Hillcrest
Country Club . . . Contact
Mary Lou (Young) Mimiko,
355-4817, after 4 p.m.
JULIE NELSON,
daughter of Lois and Harry
Nelson, has proven that
when she wants something
she goes out and gets it .. .
Harry frowned on her being
a lawyer, but Julie was de-
termined . . . and recently
graduated with A's and B's
from Detroit College of Law
. . . New she's spending
morning, noon, and night
studying to pass the bar .. .
in the fulfillment of her
hopes.
WHEN HE ISN'T in
legislature, Senator Jack
Faxon is a language
schoolmaster at Lycee In-
ternational on 13 Mile and
Evergreen, moving there
from Livernois . . . He is one
of the owners and proficient
in many languages . . .
especially French.
Jack's ability as a jokes-
ter has been prevalent at
many community affairs .. .
and sometimes he'll go off
into one of the languages .. .
like the recent Jewish Na-
tional Fund testimonial for
Harry and Sarah Laker
when he had the 600 in
stitches with his Yiddish
wit.
THE NEW INTERIOR
dining area at Knollwood
Country Club is cause for
much favorable comment
. . . Recent Red, White and
Blue July 4 party was a
packed affair . . . with
everyone having a good
time, enjoying the food and
standards music by Johnny
Wallace's Little Big Band.
Woman showed
Knollwood President Jack
Milan pictures of her grand-
children and Jack said,
"Here's my pride and joy"
. . . as he pulled out a color
photo of a box of Pride and a
bottle of Joy . . . Harold
Sarko looking excellent .. .
Jimmy and Brigette Launce
a lovely couple . . . Shirley
and Ben Marks dancing like
40 years ago . . . that's how
long they'll be married in
December.
Cy Feldman a home
movie buff . . . He and wife
Audrey (Pearl) have a large
screen on which he shows
regular features . . . Auto
dealer Jerry Glassman
singing and leading sing-a-
long . . . Jerry and combine
are recent purchasers of
radio station WQBH (1400)
. . . Mildred and Al Sklar en-
joying his retirement from
so many years of Penn Fur-
niture.

The wicked Haman of the
Purim story had 10 sons.

While the Israeli Army
was slugging it out with the
Palestinian Liberation
Organization and Syrian
soldiers, a group of Israeli
and Egyptian basketball
coaches and got together,
peacefully, at the annual
Dial Coaches Clinic, in
Monticello, N.Y. last
month.
The coaches received tips
from such famous Ameri-
cans as Hubie Brown of the
New York Knicks, Bill Fos-
ter of South Carolina, Lou
Carnesecca of St. John's
University and Pete Carril
of Princeton.
• * *
Each Israeli coach who
has been in the United
States soliciting players,
has been in touch with his
Army unit and has volun-
teered to return to serve at
the front in Lebanon. In all
cases, the coaches have been
advised to "sit tight" since
their services were not re-
quired, at the moment.
* * *
At the recent meeting
of the International
Olympic Committee held
in Rome, Chaim
Glovinsky, - the doyen of
Israel sports, was given a
silver medal. The veteran
of the Israel Olympic
Committee, now holds
the title of honorary
president of that organ-
ization. At the same time
Pope John Paul II was
awarded a gold medal by
the International Olym-

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Fresh Fish Of The Day

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Jewish Officials
Cited in France

PARIS (JTA) — The
former president of the
Fonds Social Juif Unifie,
Guy de Rothschild, and its
outgoing director, Adam
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the City of Paris Medal last
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Mayor Jacques Chirac
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pic Committee.
Glovinsky for 20 years
served as head of the Israel
Soccer Federation, becom-
ing a head of the Israel
Olympic Committee in
1952.

New Comic Book
Has Jewish Hero

NEW YORK — "The Ad-
ventures of Mendy and the
Golem," a new series of
comic .books designed to
promote Jewish education
through entertainment, has
been published by Mendy
Enterprises.
The issues are printed on
a monthly basis and are
_written by Leibel Estrin, a
freelance advertising
copywriter. Dovid Sears, a
former professor of art his-
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an artist for the "Archie"
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"Mendy and the Golem" is
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Friday, July 16, 1982

• Scrambled Eggs
• Fresh Bagels
• Smoked Fish
• Stuffed Squash
• American Fries
• Spinach Pie
• Tzadziki
• Jello Molds
• Cottage Cheese

• Cheese Blintzes
• Cream Cheese
• Nova Lox
• Tenderloin Tips
• Grape Leaves
• Pastitsio
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• Pastry Table
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