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April 27, 1973 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 27, 1973-25

Center Theater
Picks Director
for 'Plaza Suite'

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DENISE RICHMAN, daugh-
ter of Sam and Magene Rich-
man, wouldn't think of going
empty-handed to stay in
California _ with sister Ro-
chele Gray . . . and so 48
home-cooked matzo balls are
going on the plane with her
in a thermos jug . „ Denise,
who will graduate from the
University of Michigan, is
studying to be an attorney
. . . and knows that Ro-
chelle's youngsters, Sheryl,
9, and Alison, 5, have a
sound argument when they
exclaim, "Only Grandma
Richman can make good
matzo balls."
*
*
USUAL FUN NIGHT of
Games . . . sixth annual by
City of Hope Mr. and Mrs.
Group, is set for. May 22 at
Temple Israel . . . with co-
chairmen Ruby Samson and
Charley Hoptman again put-
ting out with their very en-
tertaining ways.
* * *
WHEN JERRY KALMAN
of Sentry Drugs in Oak Park
graduates from Wayne State
College of Pharmacy, he'll
be receiving his second de-
gree . . . Jerry now holds a
business administration de-
gree from City College of
New York . . . Since going

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back to school in September
1968, after being married
only a year (to Adele Bus-
sell, daughter of Israel Bus-
sell of the old National
Corned Beef in the Eastern
Market), they've had three
children, Robert 4, Melissa,
3, and David, 10 months .. .
Exercises will be in June
. . . after which Jerry goes
into six months of postgrad-
uate pharmacy interning to
become a full-fledged phar-
macist.

Hal Youngblood, WJR ex-
ecutive producer, will direct
"Plaza Suite," the final pro
duction of the season for
Center Theater, May 19.27 at
the Jewish Center. Young-
blood has directed Center
Theater's productions of
"You Can't Take It With
You," "The Little Foxes"
and "Light Up the Sky" and
appeared in "Death of a
Salesman" and "Summer
and Smoke." For ticket in-
AT A RECENT AFFAIR
formation, call the Center
in the community, with many
Theater office, 341.4200, ext.
heads of organizations at-
223, weekday mornings.
tending, Maurice "Bud"
Lezell, introduced to the
audience as "Mr. Belve- Mozart Society
dere," waved like a good
politician . and later quiet- Plans Concert
ly remarked "Too many
The 14th annual concert
of the Pro Mozart Society of
presidents here!"
* *
Greater Detroit will take
AFTER 31 YEARS at place 7:30 p.m. May 6 at

Cunningham's as a pen de-
p a r t m e n t concessionaire,
Rube Snider will retire as of
June 1 . • . Wife Margaret
has wonderful plans for
them.
* * *
SCOTT'S KORNER . .
"During the first Passover
seder at Grandma Minnie's,
my cousin, Brian Gussin, 6,
told not to wipe his hands
on his shirt, obeyed and
wiped them on his pants!"

* * *

the Grosse Pointe War Mem-
orial Association, Grosse
Pointe Farms.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes,
founder and artistic director
of the organization, an-
nounces such artists, as
Emily M. and Carl Austin,
David Levin, Emilia Cundari,
Virginia Person, Joseph Maz-
zolini and Lawrence LeGore
will participate.
The string ensemble of
Wayne State University's
music department will be
heard in a Salzburgian Di-
vertimento by Mozart.
For tickets, call Francis
M. Dodge, 961-01000.

IRV ARAN, regal head of
Crown Furniture on Tele-
graph in Taylor displays a
trophy even though the bowl-
ftke Rd. ,:i,s':.07d Theater)
2150 Woodward, (or.
ing team he sponsors didn't
Featuring AUTHENTIC GREEK SALADS
fare so well this year . . .
Film of 'Israel's Boy'
it was presented to him with
OUR OWN PASTRIES
JERUSALEM — "Israel's
BAKED ON THE PREMISES
the
inscription,
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Complete
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Boy"
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Carry-Out
Champs."
COMPLETE MENU
Days A Week
minute film on life in the
INCLUDES
We Cater
• Breakfast
To Parties
• Lunch
AS SAM BANK'S memory kibutz. The film, produced
STEAKS — LASAGNA
• Dinner
is
honored with the launch- and directed by Ruth Ariella
SHISH KABOB—SEAFOOD
334-4727 i
ing of a Samuel G. Bank Brayde of Chicago for the
ETC.
Memorial Forest . . . this Encyclopedia Britannica Ed-
Sunday, 10 a.m. at Cong. ucatidn Corp., unfolds not
Beth Achim during the Bnai only the story of Kibutz Givat
Brith President's Brunch . • . Chaim, but also of the secu-
it will be a walk down mem- lar kibutz movement—as seen

-
ory lane for many folks who by an 11-year-old boy.
remember when in 1941
Sammy was brought into unlimited . . . even bystand-
Louis Marshall Lodge as a ers are funny . . . like the
bowler by Saul Herman . . . two men waiting around .. .
and went on to become one "I don't know," said one.
of the local greats in Bnai "Do you have the same
trouble with your wife?" ..
Brith.
"I-Do" session was the "What trouble?" . . . "There
recent biggie for Betty is no end to it. All the time
Berryman and Max Gurman. she keeps nagging me for
WISH WE HAD a tape re- money, money, more money,
corder with us on one of our more money .. . . "And
Sophisticated dining for jaded appetities. Amid the trips to the supermarket what does she do with all the
for Morn's many Passover money?" . . . "Who knows?
exotic atmosphere of the Far East. Polynesian and
orders . . . Some of the fine I NEVER GIVE IT TO
Continental cuisine. Be sure
folks are unbelievable! . . . HER!"
to set sail with one of the
LEST WE FORGET . . .
The indoor traffic jams,
Trader's mysterious
people having under-breath give a big hurrah to those
liquid concoctions
conversations with them- galls at the checkout count-
Valet parking. -
selves. men pleading with ers tabulating the Passover
their wives to hurry up, and orders with quickness and
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