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December 28, 1990 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-28

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1990

J

ant some good ad-
vice on keeping
trim? . . . Ask
Mildred Pollack . . . she
should know . . . Mildred will
be 102 years old this Monday.
"Be active. Be positive,"
says the Trowbridge senior
citizen complex resident .. .
"Keep your legs elevated
when sitting," Mildred ad-
vises. "Sit with a foot stool for
leg elevation." . . . She uses a
medical bed for elevating her
legs at night.
Mildred plays canasta
twice a week from 7:30-9:30
p.m. and the players at her
table say Mildred is quite
outstanding . . . sharply
remembering all the cards
played.
She loves opera . . . and
would have become an opera
singer, but marriage was
Mildred's first choice over an
operatic career . . . She was
married 43 years . . . Her hus-
band passed away 34 years
ago.
Annette Ross will have a
special cake for Mildred as
the Trowbridge residents
celebrate her birthday on
New Year's Eve.
Congrats, Mildred . . . on
number 102.
Trowbridge, by the way,
recently participated in the
ARA Services nationwide
project of sending thousands
of cookies to the over 350,000
service people stationed in
the Persian Gulf.
Oatmeal, raisin and sugar
cookies were provided by
ARA Services to be baked by
residents in their own kit-
chens . . . Trowbridge-ites
Mary Manczuk, Mary Speed
-and Annette Ross baked 200
cookies each and Mark Draus
and LaVonne Strada of the
Trowbridge Food Services
baked the balance of the 150
dozen cookies shipped . . .
Popcorn was used as a
cushion for additional items
like suckers, gum, playing
cards and magazines . . . In-
stead of crumpling papers,
they rolled current news-
papers so the recipients could
read them.
Minna Stryk, a resident of
Trowbridge about a year-and-
a-half, made dozens of her
own kosher almond cookies,
which were included in the
shipment.
GET WELL wishes . . . to
Larry Chassin . . . at Beau-
mont Hospital.
IT WAS LIKE the London

Mildred Pollack:
Keeping active.
Chop House used to be years
ago on a Saturday night .. .
so crowded you had to walk
sideways while slithering
through.
Amidst the famed Hy Vogel
caricatures lining the beams,
Michigan Cancer Foundation
Circle of Fellows held its an-
nual holiday party.
Lorraine and Martin
Blanck remembered when
they were first married and
got so many thrills just being
at the London Chop House
. . . This evening they sat in
the Chop's noted number one
booth and looked like they
belonged there . . . June 29
will be 45 years for Lorraine
and Marty . . . Ask them if 45
years ago they thought the
two would one day be sitting
in that booth and Lorraine
and Marty would laugh in
unison while saying, "No
way!"
So good to see Linda
Houlihan again . . . back at
the London Chop House as
assistant manager with hus-
band Chef Martin Houlihan
. . . Dianne Wolok with Stu
Gorelick telling of making a
chocolate mousse cake and
eating the whole thing
herself . . . Wherever Dianne
put it looks good.
Dr. Herbert Bloom and wife
Judge Alice Gilbert, Lois and
Dr. Morris Lipnik, John
Bloom (of course) . . . If people
at MCF didn't know him,
they'd ask for Joe Gerak's
autograph . . . Sally's hus-
band is a dead ringer for Paul
"Crocodile Dundee" Hogan
. . . Les and Miriam Colburn,
Fred Yaffe, Bob and Maggie
Allesee (he's the Bob Allison
of radio and TV longevity),
Doug and Sydell Schubot,

Gene and Marcia Ap-
plebaum, Stan and Connie
Krandall, Burton and Suzy
Farbman, Fred and Elaine
Greenspan.
Music by Mel Ball and Col-
ours with their usual fine
rhythms for dancing . . .
Cuisine by Executive Chef
Gilbert Drouelle, Chef de
Cuisine Michael Houlihan
and their very fine staff.
So many people having so
wonderful a time for the great
cause for which MCF stands
. . . Last year's affair was at
the home of David and Effie
Weinberg._
The London Chop House
looks better than ever . . . as
it continues to ooze with
world-famous class elegance.
TWO FELLOWS, Sy
Raskin (no relation) and
another, have the "very
rough" task of entertaining
about 40 women on the
"Mississippi Queen" paddle
wheel steamboat that left last
week to cruise up and down
the Mississippi . . . Their
chore for the Delta Queen
Steamboat Co. is to act as
hosts . . . dancing and just in
general keeping the gals oc-
cupied and happy during the
11-day cruise . . . "It is
definitely a tough job," said
Sy before he left, "but some-
one has to do it." . . . No, Sy
isn't married.
ANOTHER NEW restau-
rant is scheduled to open soon
in Southfield . . . It'll be Mr.
Kabob, a Middle East eatery
with seating for 48 people .. .
at Sunset Strip on North-
western Highway . . . Mr.
Kabob is not a chain . . . and
has no affiliation with the
Kabob Grill in Southfield
Plaza which recently opened
its second operation on Grand
River in Farmington.
MORE ON THE fashion
show trail . . . which seems to
be a popular route for social-
strutting these days.
Fantasia, a made-in-
Michigan benefit for
American Lung Association
at Hyatt Regency Dearborn,
was an explosion of fashion
and color and put on by Leah
Beurer of Begadim on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Road . . . with Leah Marks,
producer, as about seven of
our state's top dress designers
showed their finest wares .. .
Also Kosins Clothes, Mat-
thewHoffman Jewelers, Furs
by Robert, United Optical,
makeup by Malibu Salon and
hair styling of Belissimo II.
Betty Gerisch, one of the
chairpersons, deserves some

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