THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
• 26—Friday, Sept. 21, 1973
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By SAMMY WOOLF
is still a ,ny popular and
busy man around town. He
Did you know that Judge is now one of the nation's
Nathan J. Kaufman, when leading stereo tape dealers,
attending law school at the looks great, lost over 100
LAMB & RICE
College of Law, was pounds and did it his own
STEAKS & CHOPS
an outstanding basketball way, with Tops (Take Off
player? Judge Nate, it's just Pounds Sensibly), a non pro-
too bad you were born about fit group. In fact, he helped
35 years too soon. Can you start the chapter in Detroit
MONROE GREEKTOWN, imagine the money you could and is known as the "Hatchet
have made as a professional Man" of the organization.
ball player with the salaries Oddly enough, we didn't talk
they're getting today? Just about show biz or music, but
goes to prove, you can't win guess what — yep, weight
'em all. From a selfish at- loss. Let's do it again real
titude on my part, Nate's soon, Mickey. I need help,
Here's an item about a
wife, Bea, and I agree it
ON. & TUES. EVES.
sounds so much nicer to say Jewish athlete who made it
our beloved friend the Hon- big while attending Hancock
MON. THRU SAT.
orable Judge Nathan J. Kauf- High School in Northern
LENNIE SCHIC K
Michigan. Furniture man
I enjoyed lunch with for- Herb Owens (Oshinsky) was
disc jockey Mickey selected as an all-state half-
i HOUR GLASS
his wife, May and back on the football team.
Blocks West of Southfield
Sam Sklar. Mickey was one Herbie, tell me whatever
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of Detroit's leading DJs, and happened to that fine athletic
shape you once had?
Perhaps one of the great
thrills of my entertainment
V career happened recently at
♦ a party given for Alice and
Henry Feldman, celebrating
V 60 years of wedded bliss. I
had the pleasure of partici-
pating at their 50th wedding
celebration. The party was
A given by their children, son
♦ Iry Feldman and wife, Opal;
♦ son, Robert; daughter ,
Blanche and Rhoda; their
husbands, Joe Hass and Mel
Shuman. As I presented this
♦ charming couple with a word
.of welco m e, Dad H ank , start-
o ser enade hi s beautiful
v bride of 60 years with a song
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♦ popular at that time called
Peaches and Cream," sur-
rounded by their children,
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grandchildren and g r e a t -
grandchildren. To add to this
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FRIDAYS — FRESH WHITE FISH DINNERS (All You Can Eat) V happy event was the celebra-
two other couples cele-
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brating 60th anniversaries as
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William Solimon, and Rose
A and Isadore Ellis. T h e s e
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. three couples have also been
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♦ many eyes filled with tears
of happiness. Hal Gordon and
band did a superb job.
playing the music for Dad
♦ ♦ Hank
as he sang his
"Peaches and Cream" song.
I asked why he had
♦ + When
selected this song, he an-
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e Coach G Four
leave without au.
e n Alice
sw ered " After seig
4 for they first time i n Cohen's
Candy Store on Hastings St.
. she reminded me of some-
thing beautiful, mellow and
Seated in the audience was
a sweet, beautiful, little lady
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A "Mom" Rosenberg, perhaps
1 Detroit's oldest cateress,
..41. . . • -
now retired. Helping round
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out the entertainment was
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Aunt Pauline Yager, doing a
great job on the piano, also
A Hershel Horowitz and pretty
V Judy (nee Baker) Kerwin,
with their songs. An invita-
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