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November 18, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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THANKSGIVING SPECIAL

ONE WEEK ONLY

Levin Family Club
Continues Tradition

NOV. 19 THRU NOV. 27

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$12 95

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

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he year is 1948 . . .
Three families related
to each other live on
Elmhurst . . . House at 2961
Elmhurst had the late Mollie
and Morris Levin upstairs
with their five children,
Jackie, Nancy, Larry, Arlene
and Adele . . . Downstairs in
the 2963 flat were Mottel and
Kalman Zate with their son
and three daughters,
Seymour, Gladys, Betty and
Dolores . . . Another Levin
family resided at 2677
Elmhurst . . . Eva and the
late Eddie Levin with
children Susie, Melvin and
Sheldon.
For 40 years, the Levin
Family Club has been
meeting monthly at each
other's homes, usually on a
Saturday eve . . . Every five
years for the last 25, its gala
anniversary party has been
an occasion when the gather-
ing of cousins, who call
themselves The Elmhurst
Players, provide entertain-
ment by poking gentle fun at
the Levin elders . . . pepper-
ing the "comedy-drama" with
Yiddish shtick about what
goes on at the family
meetings.
They've been doing it since
the 25th anniversary party
. . . Seymour Zate, Gladys
Zate, Dolores Fox, Adele
Nodler, Arlene Gurecki, Nan-
cy rIbppor, Susie Mecklir with
hubby Gary and Sheldon
Levin . . . Saturday night at
Cong. B'nai David, 100 of the
200 cousins scattered about
the country attended. .
Since 1948, through good
times and bad, births and
passings, the Levin descen-
dants have been getting
together as - a regular dues-
paying club once a month .. .
With the passing of time, they
have learned the value of this
unique family experience .. .
and take the opportunity to
celebrate themselves.
This is wonderful . . .
Reminds me of the vivid good
times by Abraham and Anna
Raskin Family Club . . . Life
doesn't get much better than
the joy of family club
meetings and socials.
CONGRATS . . . to Patti
Masser . . . on her 50th birth-
day . . . celebrated with a fun-
filled surprise as six gal
friends and daughter Hillary
Masser . . . Roz Hayes, Anita
Gilbert, Judy Jacobson,
Florence Schwartz, Martina
Schlagwein and Evelyn
Richards . . . flew her to

Chicago for the happy day .. .
Lunch at Spaggio's with gag
gifts, shopping and back to
Detroit meeting hubbies .. .
plus Hillary's boy friend from
Columbus, Ohio, and Judy
coming single-o.

WHEN YOU SEE Rabbi
M. Itobert Syme perform a
wedding one night and do an
invocation the next, you know
it's been a couple of very
entertaining evenings .. .
Here's a rabbi whose extreme
wit and knowledge can put an
audience into the ultimate
throes of whatever occasion
he may be at.
Rabbi Syme married Pam
Lewis and Nathan Littlefield
recently at Panache in Bir-
mingham . . . and while
under the chupah brought
out the meaningfulness of
this joyous occasion . . . while
still performing the serious
ritualistic endeavors of his
profession . . . Over 100 peo-
ple laughed and thoroughly
enjoyed Rabbi Syme, Ursula
Walker and the Panache food.
Next evening, about 550
people at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek listened with much in-
tent as he did a very clever
parody-type invocation that
achieved its purpose without
the usual staid and trite sort
of presentations . . . It was
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame's 3rd annual awards
banquet . . . with excellent
food and service by caterer
Paul Kohn's staff . . . and a
fast-paced evening that saw
the induction of table tennis
champ Chuck Burns, tennis
star Leonard Brose and
Northwestern High's great
coach, the late Sam Bishop
. . . a wonderful man about
whom his former football and
track stars can't say enough.

CONGRATS . . . to Thd
Isaacs . . . on his 90th birth-
day . . . He was secretary and
past master of Mosaic
masonic lodge . . . and is still
active . . . to Albert
Goldbaum . . . on his 79th bir-
thday . . . to Harriet and
Harold Goldman . . . on their
29th annivrsary.
REUNION DEPT. . . .
Southfield-Lathrup class of
1978 10-year shindig is Nov.
26, 7:30 p.m. at Radisson
Plaza Hotel, Northwestern
Highway . . . Call Shellie
Achtman, 559-9868 . . . Plans
are in the wind for a Hutchins
Intermediate 1943 and 1944
get-together . . . Date is Sept.
16, 1989, at Michigan Inn,
J.L. Hudson Drive . . . Con-
tact Fayge (Florence Lebove)
Posen.

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