THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
THE WHEELS ARE moving for
a Sammy Woolf testimonial din-
ner-dance to be held sometime
next summer ... the first time this
very unsung and most deserving
gent of the community has been
honored . . . Left over proceeds
will go for retarded children and
catastrophic disease research . . .
Sammy is into 40 years of show
business that all began when he
was 17 and went to work in the
blind pig days as a singing mas-
ter of ceremonies at the old Club
California on Holbrook and Oak-
land . . . After nitery stints, club
dates and USO, he began doing
weddings and bar mitzvas right
after the war in 1945. . . and
many, many people today still re-
member his "When You're Smil-
ing" theme at their great affair
. . . What this man has done to
help others is amazing . . . and
we know that many friends of
Sammy Woolf will want to work
on his testimonial ... Please con-
tact me until a regular committee
is set up.
ADRIAN GOLDBERG, 4th
grade teacher at Pepper School
in Oak Park, Is an accomplished
pianist . . . and being so musi-
cally Inclined, wears her in-
itials, ABG, on the bar and clef
of a ring adorning her finger.
WELL OVER 100 fellows hon-
ored Past Master Jack Kaufman
at a dinner by Craftsman Masonic
Lodge at Carl's Chop House last
week . . . and to make things
cozy, even the guest of honor
himself went - around yelling
"Prime rib or fish?" . . . Percy
Swartz was the only one with a
tux . .. and of course, being em-
cee, couldn't take any pictures
. . . but Percy did manage to tell
the camera gent how to set the
lens! . . . P.M. Sam "Sue" Gur-
win gave Jack a razing wih much
endearment, opening with, "I've
heard nothing good about Jack
Kaufman in 66 years." . . . Old
timers will remember some of
the names bantered around in
yesteryear form on the podium
. . . Erskin Bath House, National
Delicatessen, Phillip Grocer y,
Hannah Schloss Building, Robin-
son-Cohen Furniture, Arcade Thea-
ter, Harris Saloon, Ben Victor's
Department Store, Levinson's Res-
taurant, Manhattan Restaurant,
CUB SCOUT PACK 1518 of
Pepper School, Oak Park, has 39
boys more than last year . . . a
big jump from zero, since there
was no pack in 1969. . . Elliot
Weber is cubmaster of the new
group, which has generated much
enthusiasm among the parents in
Oak Park . .. Pack 1518's candy
drive is being held under direc-
tion of Arnold Yerman, fund-rais-
ing chairman, to gather monies
for such cub activities as getting
buses to take the kids on outings
and other scouting events . . .
The youngsters will canvass the
Oak Park area during this month
and December under the supervi-
sion of den mothers Lois Cramer,
Virginia Howcraft, Joyce Poger,
Harriet Rich, Josephine Zucker
and Webelo leader Sheldon Grant
. . . In February, the boys will
conduct a charity drive.
KIDDIE KORNER . . . Barbara
Mintz, 5-year-old daughter of Rita
and Sol Mintz, was saying her go-
to-bed stories in a very low voice
and Rita whispered that she
couldn't hear her .. . "Wasn't
talking to you," said little Bar-
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