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August 02, 1968 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

P

O

CANTOR NICHOLAS FENAKEL,
while a surgery patient at Sinai
Hospital, told patient Evelyn Lewis
that he learned a lesson in how to
visit people from now on. . . He
told her how he - often would visit
people at the hospital to offer them
good wishes for their recovery . . .
but until he had become a patient
himself, never realized that while
the patient was most pleased to be
remembered, it was not the quan-
tity of time spent that counted . .
Just a few minutes of being there
and wishing them well is really
all that is needed . . . Cantor Fena-
kel indicated that visitors would
many times extend the time of
their visit, not realizing that in
many cases they added to the dis-
comfort of the patient.
A FAVORITE PASTIME of steel
man Roger Ross, is recalling mem-
ories of his yesteryears . . . and
telling them at imfortnal get-to-
gethers. . . Last week at the After-
glow, Rog told of the time his
brother, and present partner, Har-
ry, came home from school and
scowled at their father. . . "I got
in trouble today, Dad, and its all
your fault," said Harry. . . Their
father wanted to know why, and
Harry,- still scowling, said, "Re-
member I asked you how much
$100,000 was? . . . Pop said he did
and demanded to know what of it.
"Well," Harry told him, "a helluva
lot, ain't the right answer."
DENNIS AND DEBBY Silber
went all out to honor Sandy Silber
and Freddie ,Samson, who will be
wed this August. .. They charter-
ed a Bob-Lo Boat last week, in-
vited over 700 people and took
- them all out to Bob-Lo Island for
food and entertainment. . . The
invitations they mailed to the hap-
py celebrants were ships in a bot-
tle indicating the time and place
of the festivities.
ASKED WHETHER HE had ever
realized any of his boyhood hopes.
brother Marvin Raskin replied, "I
sure have. When my mother used
to comb my hair, I often wished 1
didn't have any."
WHEN MARTIN BUDMAN IS
installed as president of Detroit
Lodge, Bnai Brith, Sept. 10 at
Town and Country, he'll have
the best wishes of comedians Joey
Bishop and Kenny Milton. . . Ken-
ny will be here to appear at the
installation dinner dance for both
himself and Joey. . The two
comics are from Chicago and had
a pact that whoever made it first
on TV wouldn't forget to give the
other exposure. . . Joey of course
has his own show on ABC, and
Kenny has been a frequent visitor.
Tickets to the Detroit Lodge affair
can be gotten by calling Lou Trot-
sky, LI 8-4999.
LOOKING BACK ON YESTER-
YEARS . . . JULY 25, 1952 . .
Diane Rosen and Linda Shaw, both
10 years old, are starting out young
in the ways of humanitarianism...
that is, as they see it ... Last week,
in Diane's back yard, they gave a
show for charity, charging one
penny for children and two cents
for adults . . and wound up with
a grand total of 27 cents . . .
which they will use for their next
show in the fall . . at higher
prices . . . following expenses in-
curred whenever the ice cream
man comes around now. . "After
all," says Diane to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Rosen, "it's
to help needy children, and we
sure do like ice cream!" ... (Di-
ane is now married to Norman Gus-
sin and Linda is wed to Ronald
sin

Five New Recorded Orchestrations

Dover Publications just issued
an outstanding new collection of
recorded orchestrated music.
Presented in the collection is
the chamber music of two of Hun-
gary's leading composers, Bela
Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly. This
collection was never before avail-
able in the United States. In' mono
and stereo, the new records just
issued are:
Bartok's First Quartet, Second
Quartet and Tatrai String Quartet;
his Third, Fifth and Sixth Quartets
and Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet
and Piano.
Kodaly's String Quartet and Tat-
rai String Quartet.
Bartok's Contrasts brings to-
gether a late composition plus
Three selections from Ten Easy
Piano Pieces.

Rabbi Named to Conduct
Services at Waldman's

MIAMI BEACH -- Rabbi Gimpel
Orimland will conduct services on
Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
at Waldman's Hotel, it was an-
nounced by Samuel Waldman,
hotel president.
Rabbi Orimland, originally from
Israel, has served as cantor in
Rio de Janeiro and Pleasantville,
N.J. Since last year he is presi-
dent and administrator of the
Cedars of Jerusalem Convalescent
and Nursing home in North Miami.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 2, 1968-37

The Dover presentation of Kod-
aly's String Quartet is the only ver- Jewish Aid to Negroes Pledged in Great Britain
sion of this important early piece
LONDON (JTA) — A resolution ish organizations here by the
presently available.
to "extend the participation of the Board of Deputies of British Jews.
Jewish community in the integra-
Unwed Mothers Keep the tion and welfare of the colored Bill Freehan hit 20 home runs
in this country" was adopt- in 1967, a record for a Tiger
Babies. Fewer Adoptions people
ed at a conference of leading Jew- catcher.
DENVER (JTA) — An official
of the Jewish Family and Child-
ren's Service here reported that a
...12 11 11► 1►1el ll `•
growing number of unmarried
mothers are keeping their infants
rather than relinquishing them for
adoption and that the agency ac-
cordingly is placing fewer infants
NOW THRU SUNDAY
for adoption.

DETROIT

SUMMER THEATRE

Dr. Maxwell Abelman, chairman
of the agency's child welfare com-
mittee, also predicted that the
trend would continue and the few-
er children will be available in the
future for Jewish couples. He said
that the new trend might mean a
longer waiting period for approved
couples seeking an infant for
adoption.

CAROUSEL

WED., AUG. 7 THRU SUN., AUG. 11

KISS ME
KATE

TIMES & PRICES: Wed., Thurs. 8:30 p.m., Sun. 7:30 p.m.: $4,
$3. Fri. & Sat. 8:30 p.m. $4.50, $3.50. Fri. & Sat. 2 p.m. $3.50,
$2.50. ON SALE at Hudson's, Sears, Grinnell's, Art Institute
Ticket Office (open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.).
Tickets Now Also at All Michigan Bank Offices.
MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED: State date, price, number of
tickets. Make check or m.o. payable to Detroit Summer
Theatre. Enclose self-addressed envelope for safe return of
tickets.

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