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July 17, 1987 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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TOTAL BILL

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L 1118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE, NEXT TO ZOO • 544-1211

Plenty Of Sparkle
At This July 4 Party

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Local Columnist

THE JEWISH NEWS

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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1987

hey're noted by many
as the ace party givers
in the local area .. .
and being invited to one of
the shindigs given by Marge
and hubby Jerry Robbins is
always a treat.
The very likeable twosome
have been tossing their July
4 shindig about 15 years now
. . . and it keeps getting bet-
ter . . . About 80 strewn about
the backyard lawns of Marge
and Jerry and neighbors
Tillie and Bill Ross for this
year's gala.
Theme was July 4 and
Michigan's 150th birthday
. . . from the smart invites by
Deborah's Invitations to
paper goods, balloons, sparkl-
ing centerpieces, overhead
lights and flags . . . all red,
white and blue . . . Even the
three hired waitpersons,
bartender, and one-man
dance band Bob Evans wore
the traditional colors.
Lots of other celebrations
besides . . . Anniversaries of
Marge and Jerry, Sylvia and
Carl Shey and Coleen and
Bob Evans . . . Birthdays of
Clara Schwartz, Coleen
Evans, Ilene "Torchy" Silver-
man and Irma Wald.
So much good food . . . Hors
d'oeuvres of guacamole with
nacho dip, vegetable tray with
dill and ranch dressings made
by Sandy Robbins who also
made spinach dip in pumper-
nickel bread . . . stuffed
mushrooms, hot crabmeat
with crackers, hot salami
brought by Liz Freeman .. .
all dips served by Marge in a
red cabbage and pineapple
boat . . . For dinner, Marge
and Jerry pressed over 100
homemade hamburgers,
Selma Raskin and Bea
Mandell helped Marge cut
over 100 marinated chicken
and vegetable kabobs . . . Hot-
dogs galore, Jerry's "famous"
chili (Lou Popper made it last
year, but is recovering from a
back problem and enjoyed so-
meone else's for a change),
bean salad, cole slaw, pasta,
etc.
Even a sumptuous sweet
table outside . . . watermelon-
boat trimmed in kiwi and fill-
ed with fresh cut-up fruit, red,
white and blue tarts made in-
to a flag, pistachio mousse, Ir-
ma Wald's popular
cheesecake, Marilyn Wayne's
delicious strudel and
mandelbread . . . and of
course plenty of halvah.
Tables trimmed to the usual

colors and all guests with
fireworks, sparklers and loud
pops.
Final touch was an
answered prayer . . . perfect
weather . . . Decorations
stayed up for still another
party next day . . . with 18
people welcoming home Lil
and Max Mills, here for a
three-week stay from
Lauderhill, Fla., where they
are now residing.
ALVIN
"LEFTY"
SOLOMON turned 70 last
January but takes a back seat
to none of the younger guys
. . . He pitches in the 35 and
older softball league of West
Bloomfield . . . In a recent
game, Alvin pitched . . . while
son, Dr. Marshall Solomon,
who turns 40 this year,
caught dad's pitches . . . They
are teammates on the Art
Moran Pontiac softball team.
"I DO DEPT" . . . Karen
Kaczor and Shelby Fox slated
for a middle-aisle session
Sept. 13 . . . Nancy Robbins
and Marshall Mandell have
plans for a November wed-
ding . . . Both now live in
California.
MAN OF THE YEAR
honoree by City of Hope
Greater Detroit Chapter will
be Richard Gallagher, head of
Bi-Cons Construction . . .
He'll receive Spirit of Life
award at the group's annual
fundraiser, Sept. 12, Hyatt
Regency, Dearborn.
Gallagher visited the
medical center in Duarte,
Calif. and was highly im-
pressed . . . Dr. Stella
Evantelista will be chairper-
son for the event.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Renee Simon . . .
recuperating at home after
foot operation.
SUGAR TREE on Orchard
Lake Rd. north of Maple will
have two new tenants around
Sept. 1. . . . TCBY yogurt
chain opens with a sitdown
and carryout operation .. .
serving yogurt pies, sundaes,
cones, Yogwich (yogurt bet-
ween two cookies) . . . 97 per-
cent fat free yogurt, Belgian
waffles, shakes, crepes and
parfaits.
Other is Best Bakery, own-
ed by 30-year baking vet, Sam
Fox . . . Sam was with Dia-
mond Bakery . . . It'll be a
seven-day-a-week operation
from 7 a.m. daily . . . serving
his sourdough bread, onion
cobblers, chocolate chip cakes,
donuts and coffee for
breakfast, etc.
CYNDI LE CLERC has
joined Weir, Manuel, Snyder
and Ranke realtors.

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