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July 04, 1975 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, July 4, 1975

MDs Ask Canada
to Quit UNESCO

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

BEAUTIFUL WED-
DING united Margo Yellin,
daughter of George and El-
sie Yellin, to Douglas Woll,
son of Dr. Louis and Fay
Woll, at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek . . . Ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbis Israel
Halpern (Dr. Woll's rabbi
for many years) and Irwin
Groner and Cantor Jacob
Barkin . . . Max and
Frances Winston from Cali-
fornia left Detroit in 1946
and "It's wonderful coming
back to visit." . . . Frances'
brothers, Drs. Lou and
Harry Woll, make it a ritual
to call her every Friday
night . . . Excellent dinner
enhanced by having one of
Detroit's finest waitresses,
Marie DiCicco, wait on our
table . . . Rabbi Halpern
"going to town" on the
dance floor, open shirt and
no tie . . . Max Winston a la
California with open shirt
at reception ... Barbara
Weinstock proudly extolling
fact that hubby Murry had
lost 38 pounds . . . Dr. Abe
and Frances Beresh to cele-
brate 37 years of marriage
in October . . . Ben Gru-
skin, Cunningham Drugs
vice president, with cigar in
one hand, drink in another
. . which hand to use first
. . . Joe and Dorothy Stew-
art to celebrate 37 years of
marriage . . . he golfs and
she skies . . . Joe was driver
years ago for the Detroit
Times . . . now owns huge
Advance Steel . . . Dick
Stein's orchestra and songs-
tress Patty Grant as usual
doing an wonderful job . . .
Lori Woll, daughter of Dr.
Harry and Ellen Woll, con-
gratulated on graduation
from Des Moines College of
Osteopathy . . . Margo and
Douglas to keep a kosher
home . . . she ‘A, ill be in den-
tistry and he a doctor . . .
All around wonderful affair
with much joy and happi-
ness for all.
FITLOW
HARRY
BACK from a 10-day trip to
Europe, including much of
Russia, says it. was the
worst 10 days he's ever
spent . . . and that's saying
a lot since Harry went
through 6 1/2 hectic years in
the European Theater dur-
ing World War. II . . . On
his return, Harry and wife
Josephine, who accompa-
nied him, said everyone
should kiss the ground on
which they live in the
United States . . . See
America first, says Harry
. . there's a lot to see . . .
and "without somebody
holding guns at you." . . .
Must have been mighty
rough because Harry is ex-
tremely bitter.
NOVEL GIFTS TO 12
school friends at her recent
seventh birthday, were the
two goldfish apiece in a
plastic bag given by Bonnie
Lynn Lantor, daughter of
Beverly and Arnold Lantor
. . . Relatives, all former
Detroiters now of Easton,
Pa., who came in for Bon;

nie's birthday, were: Grand-
mother Louise Goldstein,
Aunt Renee Schneider,
cousins Carol Lynn and
Mark Alan Schneider . . .
Bonnie didn't get any gold-
fish . . . she already has six
at home.

SIGHT SCENE . . . Eva
Sukenic three cents short at
Dexter-Davison Market
checkout counter . . .
hubby Morris to the rescue
. . . Ray and Lil Hassan ad-
miring the fresh goodies at
Dexter-Davison Meats . . .
Owner Mike Feldman at
31-years-old, is the kosher
meat biz's youngest boss-
man . . . Harold Sarko rid-
ing the breeze with his So-
lax (pedal or motor) bike
. . . Insurance gent Iry
Bressler never without the
big cigar — even while talk-
ing . . . Dr. Abe Pearlman
out of "retirement" a few
day a week in a dentistry
sort of way . . . to keep his
hand in it (the mouth, of
course) . . . Four pretty
gals all dressed in green
having lunch together . . .
Eleanor Riseman, Evelyn
Roth, Mickey Beresh and
Myrna Zack . . . a lovely
picture . . . Marty Sherman
quipping, "I thought I was
going blind the other day. I
turned on the radio." . . .
(ask Marty to show you his
three glasses turned over
trick.)

INVITEES TO THE
SHOWER of Pamela Zatz,
daughter of Alyce and Irwin
Zatz of Northbrook, Ill.,
marrying Lawrence Pepper,
son of Dr. Bernhard and
Judith Pepper. took a deep
swallow when receiving an
envelope on letterhead of
Posner & Posner attorneys
. . . Then a double-take sigh
of relief when the content
was an exact facsimile sub-
poena from Eva Posner
(married to attorney Jerry)
and Elizabeth Posner (at-
torney with husband Sam)
for the relaxing afternoon of
July 19 shower and lunch-
eon honoring Pamela . . .
Clever addendum to the
"subpoena" made for a most
interesting and novel invita-
tion . . . "For failure to at-
tend you will be deemed
guilty of contempt of friend-
ship."

HAS IT BEEN 16
YEARS already? . . . Phil
and Anita Gold remind us
that it has . . . when we
wrote about their daughter
Lisa as being a bright kid
. . . An avid viewer of Cap-
tain Kangaroo at age 1, she
immediately recognized
likes and differences . . .
When CBS put Nikita
Khrushchev, then visiting
the U.S., into the captain's
time slot, Lisa remarked,
"The captain shaved off his
mustache!" . . . Lisa grad-
uated from Southfield High.
number four out of a nearly
700 class, with a near per-
fect 4.0 average.

TORONTO (JTA) — A
group of 59 Toronto doctors
have sent a petition to the
Canadian government con-
demning the United Nations
and urging that the Western
democratic countries end
their support to the world
body.

The petition also urged
Canada's immediate with-
drawal from UNESCO be-
cause of its resolutions ex-
cluding Israel from the
European regional group.

The petition criticized the
UN General Assembly for
allowing Yasir Arafat, head
of the PLO to address it last
November and for the exclu-
sion of Israel from
UNESCO.

A man who is constantly
learning, but does not teach,
is like a myrtle in the wil-
derness—no one derives any
benefit from him.
—The Talmud

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