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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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JDC to Give
ORT $2,950,000

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 1, 1973-23

VINICENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R.

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

869-5674

By SAMMY WOOLF
Guest Columnist
'ite Italian-American Cuisine
Memories of Yesteryears.
Deliciously Prepared for the
Our popular reporter,
Discerning Taste
I
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Danny Raskin, spent a week
Now Open Sunday 12 Noon
at Ann and Sammy's haci-
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
enda in Woodhull Lake, and
for laughs one day started to
e walk around the lake with
our kids — Roy, Sissy and
Bunny and Warren and
Rickie Sacks, sons of Minnie
and Iry — in a clown suit,
blowing a wooden flute. It
FOR PARTIES wasn't
to long before our
lovable clown had all the kids
at the lake following him.
And our Pied Piper walked
them right into the big house
social hall. Those were the
r
days, my friends: I miss
them. Now Roy is Dr. Elroy
FRESH
Woolf, Sissy is Mrs, Maurice
FISH
Cohen, Bunny is the wife of
ic>1.: •
FLOWN
Dr. Alan Nickamin, Rickie is
IN
4 II 0(04
Dr. Richard Sacks, and War-
DAILY
ren is a successful business-
PoRT c:7 THREE.
man.
Now Appearing Tues.-Sat.
Hal Gordon, popular ORK
7:30 to Closing
leader, received a call from
VIVIAN SCOTT
Soupy Sales, onetime Detroit-
At The Piano
er now seen on national TV,
.asking Hal, former musical
Unusual & Exotic Seafood,
director at WXYZ and regu-
Polynesian Food & Cocktails
lar fixture on the show, to
get the gang together—Rube
BANQUETS, PARTIES
Weiss, Uncle Jimmy Steven-
ALL OCCASIONS
son among others, The show
Telegraph & Long Lake Rd.
was put on with a lot of
(Formerly Devon Gables)
laughs and is in the can to
645-5050
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Soup was just in town doing
the morning talk show on
WXYZ, Channel 7. It's so
nice to see and hear the old
gang again.
Being a member of the
Michigan State Prison Chap-
lains Committee, headed by
Rabbi Joshua Sperka and
Cantor Hyman Adler, with
Danny Raskin, Max Biber,
Walter Berlow, the late Saul
Levin, (father of Sander and
Councilman Carl) and caterer
Al Rosenberg, r remember
one Passover dinner served
iby Al strictly kosher—held in
the Jackson Prison chapel
hall. The dinner was beauti-
ful, with four questions asked.
But the only part of the din-
ner that couldn't be fulfilled
exactly was that the door,
traditionally opened to wel-
come the Prophet Elija, was
kept closed under lock and
key! Remember, this dinner
took place at Jackson; but
we still have the vacant chair.
Many a night, Sammy
"Raleigh House" Lieberman
and I would sit around after
doing a Bar Mitzva or wed-
ding, and he would tell me of
an ambition he had of becom-
ing one of the world's finest
caterers. It took a little time,
but this nice fellow made it;
we now have proof positive.
Having a corned beef sand-
wich at lunch in Sol's Deli on
Seven Mile Rd. almost 10
years ago, I was approached
by Dr. Harry Muller telling
me about his daughter who
was a singer, and would I
listen to her. I told him to
bring her on the next job,
and I would listen. Lo and
behold, he motioned to some-
one in the next booth and in-
troduced me to his young
daughter, Barbara, and told
her to start singing here in
this crowded deli at noon-
time. The pretty little 9-year
old girl belted out a beauti-
ful "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby"
like I've never heard before.
Needless to say, she was
hired right on the spot. She
has developed into a charm-
ing and talented singer, work-
ing some of the fine clubs
and parties around; and one
day, I predict great things
for this kid who once sang
with my band. Her show biz
moniker is Barbara Paul.
A story about another
vocalist who worked with my
band, stage name Jean Law-
rence. Not only a fine singer
but also a talented pianist,
she retired from being a
band singer and went back to
college, worked hard and
received her doctorate and is
now known as Dr. Gertrude
Gordon. She is doing wonders
with the handicaped children
in the Detroit School System,
helping them perform like
troopers. It brings tears to
the audiences' eyes, but what
a lift to the children. Keep
up the good work, "Doc".

NEW YORK — The Joint
Distribution Committee will
provide $2,950,000 during 1973
toward the overseas voca-
tional training programs of
ORT, the Organization for
Rehabilitation Through Train-
ing.
Samuel L. Haber, executive
vice-chairman of the JDC,
said the 1973 allocation, an
increase of $100,000 over last
year, will help fianance tech-
nical education, youth wel-
fare and economic rehabilita-
tion services of ORT in
Israel, Europe, North Africa,
Iran and India.
Over 65,000 persons in 20
countries are expected to re-
ceive ORT training during
the year. ORT services in
Israel, with schools in some
50 cities and towns, will re-
ceive the largest portion of
the grant. The JDC allocation
also includes provision for
substantial funds to be used
by ORT in France for job
skills, education and other
training programs for North
African refugees.
The JDC allocation was
confirmed in an agreement
concluded by Edward Gins-
berg, JDC chairman; Samuel
L. Haber, JDC executive vice
chairman; Dr. William
Haber, president of the
American ORT Federation;
and Max A. Braude, ORT
director-general.
This latest agreement is
the 27th consecutive annual
understanding between t h e
JDC and ORT.

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