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April 08, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

11 *
YOU EXPECT A fun Joe's drink spilled over her
time when Marge and Jerry pretty gown.
Robbins put on a party .. .
Phyllis Schwartz' multi-
but they outdid themselves colored dress bought in
this time . . . at wedding of Florida brought a lot of
daughter Donna to Rock ogles . . . Orchestra, "The
Evans . . . with Rabbi People's Choice" kept
Harold Loss officiation things going merrily ... as-
under the Sheraton-Oaks sisted during sets by the
hupa.
disc jockey music of Joe
The laughter started Cornell dance teacher Ken
when folks drove up and Harris.
were given "Cheeks" valet
People usually leave
tickets . . . The auto jocks early at a Sunday night
were called at the last wedding . . . not this time
minute because of threaten- . . . Those Cheeks guys must
ing weather . . . and these have felt at home . . . giving
were all they could find .. . people their cars at 2 a.m.
One fellow asked if he had to
BELATED CON-
go to Cheeks for his car later GRATS ... to Harold Black
. . . and when the valet per- . . . on his 70th birthday.
son said no, the guy let out
MAX BURNS' Humidor
an "Oh, darned!" . . . But One on W. 10 Mile and
you can bet your boots he's
Evergreen, ravaged by fire,
glad he didn't . . . Nobody could have its re-opening
left without the feeling of around the first part of May
having more fun than . . . larger and brighter .. .
they'd had in a long time.
In the meantime, customers
Rabbi Loss got things are getting their cigars and
off on a relaxed note at accessories at his Bottle 'n
the ceremony ... After Gift in the Orchard Mall,
the wedding party had Orchard Lake Rd. and
marched down the aisle Maple.
to a gal singing "Ever-
FIFTH ANNUAL Ann
green" ... an air condi-
Arbor Art Fair put on by
tioning or whatever Audree Levy is this
sound suddenly halted
weekend at the U-M Track
when he had gotten his
and Tennis Building, Ferry
answer to whether they
Field on State Street.
took each other as man
IN SPITE OF poor
and wife ... and Rabbi tourist weather this past
Loss remarked, "Even winter, Merritt Island, Fla.
the machinery has stop- residents Birdie and Seldon
ped in agreement with Barris, former Detroiters,
your vows."
enjoyed visits from family
Donna and Rock's mar- and friends from here . . .
riage is the beautiful story Leo and Frieda Barris, Fran
of two friends for many and Seymour Milgrom,
years who grew to love each Jack and Betty Kroker, Sol
other.
and Bernice Konikow, Lou
The reception was won- and Nettie Goodman, Alice
derful . . . Chef Remy Berdy and Max Kushner, Edna
and his excellent staff at and Max Stotsky, Sylvia
Sheraton-Oaks in Novi put and Harry Brown, and Nate
out a delicious meal .. . and Davida Barris.
served to almost 200 by effi-
"Wish I could have
cient, courteous, smiling enjoyed my company more,"
gals like . . . Diane Purves, writes Birdie, "but I had
Eileen Gordinear, surgery in February and not
Marianne Brzys, Bobbie quite back to my old self yet.
Civello, Lucy Krizanowski I'm getting around just a lit-
and Janine Cerrone .. . tle bit. I'm trying to get in
among others.
good shape so Seldon and I
The wedding was coordi- can visit Michigan this
nated by Sarah Deitch and summer."
Marge . . . Chef Remy's ice
GET WELL WISHES
carving with Donna's and ... to Southfield Eccentric
Rock's names carved into it, writer Jackie Klein.
sweet table and dinner were
NO TRUTH to the rumor
superb offerings.
tha Lamont Salon on
Nice to see Joe and Nida Northwestern Hwy. is mov-
Silberschein out there danc- ing to Dallas, Tex. . . . It al-
ing again . . . Never know ready has a place there .. .
Eddie Rosenberg was such a at the Galleria Shopping
fun jokester . . . and we go Center on Dallas Parkway
back almost 50 years . . . He . . . A number of stylists
was the life of the party .. . from Lamont Salon here re-
"I have a better time with located in Dallas . . . which
my wife," said Eddie .. . is probably how the rumor
Shirley couldn't attend .. . began.
Glad Eddie was at our table
Fact is, really, that Lam-
. . . along with Joe and Nida, ont in Southfield has plans
Florine Mark and hubby Dr. for expansion . . . at the
Bill Ross, Sandy Berlin and same location.
John Wertman.
CONGRATS ... to
Wife Frieda says it was Frances Penskar . . . on her
one of the best weddings she birthday.
ever attended . . . Nancy
Robbins danced with
That which renders life
brother barrister Michael burdensome to us, generally
Robbins, but couldn't get arises from the abuse of it.
him to take her case when
—Rousseau

Glickstein Beats Ivan Lendl

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Tennis history was made so
far as Israel is concerned on
the first day of Passover at
Monte Carlo when Shlomo
Glickstein of Israel, ranked
42nd in world tennis, de-
feated top seeded Ivan
Lendl of Czechoslovakia,
generally regarded as the
top player in world tennis,
6-2, 3-6, 7-5, in the opening
round of the $300,000
Monte Carlo Open tennis
tournament.
Glickstein, who has de-
veloped into a consistent
performer, completely de-
stroyed Lendl with his
chopping game and his abil-
ity to smash spinning re-
turns of the Czech's service.

Glickstein's moves, particu-
larly on Lendl's first serves,
appeared to force Lendl out
of his usually deadly serve-
and-volley game.

THE
PERFECT
BLEND

The Southfield Public Li-
brary Children's Room will
show the films, "Lorax" and
"Soup for President" 7 p.m.
Wednesday in the Chil-
dren's Activity - Room. Ad-
mission is free.
The library's children's
division will celebrate Na-
tional Library Week, April
17-23, by offering the fol-
lowing special activities:
"Let's Make Rabbits,"
kindergarteners, first
and second graders are
invited to a 45-minute
program of stories and
making of rabbit collage
pictures at 4:15 or 7 p.m.
April 19 or 4:15 p.m. April
20.
Registration
begins
Saturday in person or by
telephone.
"Family Movie Night"
featuring "The Adventures
of Winnie the Pooh" and
"The Ugly Duckling" will be
the film presentation 7 p.m.
April 20 in the Marcotte
Room of the library. Admis-
sion is free.
For information, call the
children's division, 354-
5342 or 354-9100.

Childcare Group
Offers Spring
Fitness Classes

Professional Associates
in Childbirth Education
will offer two, six-week
exercise courses at the Ealy
Elementary School in West
Bloomfield beginning next
Wednesday.
A class in prenatal exer-
cise, recommended for
women after the first
trimester of pregnancy, will
be held from 7 to 8 p.m. on
Wednesdays. A postpartum
exercise course, which may
be taken four to six weeks
after delivery, will be held
Wednesdays from 8 p.m. to 9
p.m. Both classes will run
through May 18.
To register for either
course, call Professional
Associates, 827-8750. There
is a fee.

Play to Open

"You Can't Take It With
You" will open at the Hil-
berry Theater 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday. For tickets, call the
Wayne State University
Theater box office, 577-
2972.

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LADIES NIGHT
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ADMISSION

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SATURDAYS TIL 6 p.m.
SUNDAYS TIL 2 p.m

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