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March 21, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, March 21, 1975

gratulated the gals on a
wonderful performance . . .
and was especially enthused
about Rochelle, of whom he
said, "She played so sensi-
tively."

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

A MAGNIFICENT trib-

ute to the loyal hard work-.
ers of Children's Leukemia
Foundation of Michigan--
. . . was the scene of a filled
house at the Barbra Streis-
and premiere of "Funny.
.Lady' at the Northland
Theater . .. Almost 1,500
seats were occupied .. .
and about 500 patrons and
sponsors came back to the
Raleigh House for an after-
glow of hors d'oeuvres, free
flowing liquor and Mack
Pitt's fine band . . . It was a
heart-warming sight —. all
these people helping to
make things a little easier in
the research for a hopeful
cure someday . . . the un-
fortunate kiddies love them
for it.
JACK LEVITT left De-
troit back in 1953 for points
Westward . and renewed
old friendships while in
town recently to visit
mother, Rose Levitt . . .
Jack has been, fora years,
with Universal-MCA Pi _ c-
tures in Beverly Hills . . . a
location scout searching for
sites to be used in Movie
shots.
SO MANY people .. .
nice ones .. . so many re-
miniscences -. . . The won-
derful magic-of David Ci,
tron's Bar Mitzva reception
bringing together so many
friends in joyous harmony .
. . . Sorry we left out the
name of Marcia Masserman
in last week's column item
about the affair . Party
planner and coordinator .
Marcia did a fine job in
molding together the decor
and theme of magic which is
David's hobby.

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WI;

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Nudell . . . about their
three year-old granddaugh-
ter, Kylee Benay, daughter
of Nancy and Sanford Saltz-
man, who was visiting the
Nudells . . . She brought a
picture she had made in
nursery school . . . All ex- .
cited, little Kylee wanted
them to guess what she had
"drawn" . . . Grandma and
grandpa stared for a second
at the glob of green, . . .
Without waiting for an an-
swer, and in a voice of dis-
gust, Kylee remarked,
"Wassa matter with you
gamma? Don't you member
you teached me grass is
green?" ,
LOOKING BACK on
Listening Post columns of
yesteryears.
FEB. 1, 1946 . . . "It was
a big event out there in the
China-Burma sector when
Sam Morganroth, who was
recently discharged, won
won $25,000 . . . after being
"talked into" a game of tum-
bling cubes . The news
spread like wildfire from
• DISA 'N DATA .. . camp to camp . . . There
Henry Cohen performed a was only one catch .. .
Pidyon HaBen for a third After figuring it out, all it
generation recently . . . meant to Sam was $12.50 in
Date is May 18 for the an- American money."
nual installation of officers
NOV. 8, 1968 . . . "An ov-
by Detroit Businessmen's erheard conversation as re-
Group, City of Hope . . . ported by Max Robbins be-
Norman Allan will be in- tween his. 7-year-old
stalled again as president daughter Ruth and the child
. . . Do you have your 1975 of a neighbor . . . 'What.
license tabs yet? . . . Don't church do•you go to?' asked
wait until the mad rush . . . the other youngster . . . 'I
Dennis•Dembs has a new don't go to church,' said
look these days .. . face full Max's daughter. I'M a Jew-
of foliage . . . and it isn't to ess.' . . . 'A Jewess?' ques-
fool his creditors . . : just - tioned her companion.
too lazy to shave, says attor- `What's that?' . . . 'Well,'
ney Mort Eskin . . .- Perfec- said the 7-year-old pa-
tion Lodge affair of April- 23 tiently, 'you know there are
will have Max Sosin telling Protestants ; Catholics and
funnys and Hal Gordon at Jews, but they're just differ-
the piano . .. Bobby Can- ent ways of voting for God!"'
vasser and wife Beverly re-
MORTON GOULD;
cently performed a seder in composer-arranger, in town
a Catholic church .
to conduct the Detroit Sym-
showing the meaning of phony, attended a meeting
matza, -etc.
of. the-Junior Women's Sym-
HEAD OF a maternity phony Association at Michi-
hospital in Miami can't un- gan Inn, and received a spe-
derstand why so many peo- cial treat himself . . .
ple stop to chuckle over a Listened to the talents of
sign on the front lawn that Music Plus I, six community
says, "No children -allowed' gals . . . singers. Gloria
here."
Bookstein, Mary Freedland,
SISTERHOOD of •Corig.
Freda Mendelson and Mar-
Beth. Achim, has completed
cia Tanzman . . : accompa-
payment of its $25,000 nist Rochelle Lakin . . . and-
pledge for the new syn- narrator Betty Fishman
agogue building on W. 12
. . . as they did their ac-
Mile Rd.. .. "Boulevard' claimed "The Genius of
Boutique" and art show by
Gershwin" . . . Gould con- 1‘

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For A

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Pam iet3age'5

VERY
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Near The
Intersection at
Maple (15) and
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Extends Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
For A Very

- HAPPY and HEALTHY PASSOVER

to our- many
friends and customers

• Banquet Facilities Available
• Your Favorite Cocktails and Wines
• Our Famous Wed. & Thurs. Dinner For 2

Special (Choose from any one of 5 do'uble entres) $8.95

Reservations Suggested •

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, CHILDREN'S DEPT.
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Wishing Our Many
Friends and Customers

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

ADAM'S
RIB

the gals will be their only
fund raiser this season . . .
Dates are April 27, 10- a.m.
to 7 p.m. and April 28, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. . . . Sheila,
Schussler (Arthur) is presi-
dent . . . and coordinators
of the show are Tobi Fox,
(Larry) and Ruth Schwartz
(Sol) . . . For tickets, call
Sally Mero1;557-8757, Bern-
ice Wilson, 358-1497 or Ruth
Schwartz, 851-2105.
THE NAME is TOBI,
Dobkin . . . not Tony as
typo-errored in last week's
column.

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