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June 08, 1984 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 8, 1984 35

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rams, mother, and Suzie
Abrams, daughter, a de-
lightful pair .. . Eleanor
Smith, Hamtramck speech
teacher with TV commer-
cials her big love, so bubbly
and. vivaciously pleasant
. . . Linda Stein, wife of ca-
terer Mark Stein, behind
the elegant heavy-wooded
bar . . . Richard Barnett
making someone ask what
picture they saw him in.
Howard and Linda
Nudell such a nice couple
. . . moving to Phoenix .. .
where architect Howard al-
ready has another office.. .
Ted Cantor in brown suave-
ness . . . Bob and Alexan-
dria Sakellaris (former Gol-
den Griddle bosses on
Grand River) now owners of
Livonia Inn, Five Mile be-
tween Farmington and
Livonia . . . That's where
the very wonderful wait-
ress, Pauline Baron, smiles
with such courteous and
gracious efficiency . . . Ray
Abrams re-elected
president of Temple Beth El
Brotherhood ... Rich
Steinek arriving and leav-
ing in his red convertible .. .
Very polite Nick Syros, son
of Naomi and Dimitri, in
purple bow tie . . . Al Tyner
being paged over the P.A.
. . . Personalities from
radio, TV and newspapers
.. Lots of sports figures
and politicians mingling
unnoticed ... The list could
go on and on and on .. .
people kept coming in .. .
and coming in . . . and com-
ing in.
What Dimitri's of South-
field has accomplished as a
very fine restaurant ... is
hoped for and expected by
Dimitri's Wildflower .. .
with its altogether different
menu . . . and breathtaking
design . . , So many win-
dows . . . for the lavish pre-
sentation of a great look.
SIXTH CONSECU-
TIVE year that Northfield
Hilton, Crooks Rd., Troy,
has been honored with a
four-diamond plaque by
Automobile Club of Michi-
gan for outstanding ac-
commodations.
THAT SMILE ON the
faces of many heart patients
and dieters . . . is all because
of non-dairy frozen desserts
now available . . . without
cholesterol content . . . and
very low in calories.
Tofutti, made at the Pie
Place & Ice Cream Parlor on
Evergreen and 12 Mile .. .
in the Village Square Cen-
ter . . . has no sugar or
preservatives . . . and comes
in five flavors (vanilla,
strawberry, chocolate,
banana and maple nut) with
peanut butter soon to be
added . . . It is sold in four-
ounce containers ... Joan
Fraut is the gal behind the
very popular Tofutti around
these parts.
Products by Thin 'n
Creamie of New Jersey are
at Chatham Super Markets
.. two flavors of 80 calorie
Dream Licks (chocolate
maple and orange vanilla),
6 g it §Q galQ ie ,reekaboos, choco-

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late covered chocolate, and
80 calorie Ruffelos, wafers
and vanilla, chocolate and
strawberry frozen dietary
dessert . . . Louis Rose of
Rose Brokerage is local
representative for Thin 'n
Creamie.
ONE OF THE legends of
jazz, Lionel Hampton, re-
turns to P'Jazz concert stage
at Hotel Pontchartrain,
Washington Blvd., this
Monday . . . and a hot local
group working on its own
legend, Katalenic Kwek,
plays there this Wednesday.
Lionel Hampton played
with jazz greats Louis
Armstrong and Benny
Goodman in the '30s, before
forming his own band.
It was Louie who invited
Hampton to play vibes in-
stead of his drums one day ;
starting a love affair that
resulted in. Hampton being
named to the "Vibes" chair
in Playboy's annual All-
Star Jazz and Pop poll every
year since its inception 18
years ago.
Today, after 45 years at
the drums and vibes,
Hampton and his band still
play 50 weeks a year in the
United States and abroad.
RED PARROT at
Michigan Inn, J.L. Hudson
Drive, has gotten to be a
personality haunt ... with
folks from media and sports
making it a regular for
nightlife fun.
Other walks of life, too .. .
Bahama's Prime Minister
A.D. Hanna, here to pro-
mote tourism, did recent
dance-floor scene . . . plus
Sy Thomas, bossman with
brother Ray, at Premiere
Theater . . . along with
other recognizable folks.
Dancers, clowns, mimes
and jugglers . . . plus 'stain-
less steel dance floor with
overhead neon light show
pulsating to the rhythms of
top 40 sounds . . . Also com-
plimentary hors d' oeuvres 5
to 7:30 . . . and Sundays
have special drink prices
and gift for the gals.
PANCHO VALEZ is
now chef and food consul-
tant at the Four Seasons,
former Poseiden (and
Pagoda) owned by Bob
Levinson, Maple and
Crooks Rd.
IRVINGS'S OF TROY,
which opened March 15 this
year, Crooks Rd., north of
Big Beaver, recently re-
ceived okay for tables and
chairs . . . Seating is now for
30 people.
Irving's number two was
originally opened as a
carry-out deli . . . until zon-
ing gave approval . . . It does
a big job on carry-out or de-
livery and tray catering . . .
plus outside parties.
From a little 78-seater
delicatessen on Yemans in
Hamtramck, Irving's has
grown into what may be the
start of a chain ... The ini-
tial move was to Greenfield,
north of 11 Mile .. . Now
that the second locale is
making waves of approval,
a third site is beinglooked

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