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September 05, 1975 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, September 5, 1975

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

WHAT CAN YOU say
about the City of Hope vol-
unteers who diligently gave
of their time at the State
Fair bingo to raise money
fighting dreaded cata-
strophic diseases? . . . Only
that they are a super bunch
of guys 'n gals . , . Members
of the Cancer Fighters, New
Horizons and Mr. and Mrs.
: Group . . . worthy of much
more praise than words can
ever give . . . Dan Lakind,
co-chairman with Sandy
Feuer, says this is his last
year heading the money-
- maker . . . He's there 10 of
the 11 days, from 3 p.m. on
after a full day doing barris-
ter work . . . Thanks to Abe
Eizelman for the thirst-
quenching drink . . . His
wife Jean passed out one
day and still returned the
next when called to help
. . . She and Helen Rosen-
berg are both former presi-
dents of the Cancer Fighters
. . . Helen's beau of umteen
years, Tommy, going into
his all-gyrations dance as
group in shell next to the
City of Hope Bingo did a
rock number . . . Was there
a doctor in the house? . . .
Sure thing, and working too
. . . Dr. Gerald Weingarden
plus wife JoAnn . . . Guest
caller Johnny Randall of
WXYZ, had four tries to call
number 22 for us . . . It was
called a game later . . . too
late to do us any good . . .
When they're not taking
care of the Fair attractions
from their hospitality (and
it sure was) house trailer,
Clara and Fred Silber and
Debbie and Dennis Silber
. were on hand to help out,
too.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . To Irving Lee . . . at
Sinai Hospital.
LABOR DAY WAS 53rd
anniversary in this country
of brothers Herman and
Ludwig Boraks . . . They
arrived here from Copen-
hagen in 1922 on a day
they'll never forget.
HERMAN OSNOS
WILL be 75 years old on
Sept. 26 . . . still selling ci-
gars (about 46 years) . . .
exclusive distributor among
a few companies including
those Pride of Jamaica ci-
gars of all sizes . . . only
one we've seen at 7 1/2 inches
long . . . It's a beauty . .
lierrga.n, a life member, is
in the lipe to becomesilati-
tellor commander of Detmit
..1.4dge 55 . . . anotheiVr-dn-
derful tribute tie-the fine -Os-
n-os nape..
GRODAN DRIVE on
Telegraph, north of 10 Mile,
was named after Iry Grodan
about two of. three years ago
. . . He and his partner's
built the street, sewers and
all and donated it to the City
of Southfield . . —without
Iry knowing about it, .they:
named the street after 'him.
CONGRATS TO . . .
Hugh and Dolly Gedrich on
third anniversary . . . They
met at a wedding about 10
years ago . . . and six years

later at home of people
whose wedding they had
attended.
FARMER DAVE FI-
TLOW is his father-in-law's
worst competition (married
to Sharon Goldman, daugh-
ter of Tille and Bob of Bob's
Traveling Market) . . .
Their home garden yielded
such a tremendous crop,
they supplied friends and
neighbors with vegetables
. . . With prices like that,
who can compete?
BIG FUSS ABOUT gal's
finger nails with diagrams,
stripes, etc. on them is "old
hat" with Irene Gurwin,
manicurist-boss at Lincoln
Towers Beauty Salon . . .
She's been doing it for years
. . . and recently put stripes
on one lady's nails to match
those on her husband's car.
VALERIE HILSEN
(Naomi Lewis), . who has
been given the title of "Miss
First Nighter" by the Fisher
Theater, has missed only
about three of the opening
nights at the Fisher . . . in-
terviewing the top stars and
celebrities.
MANNY CORNFIELD,
one of the winnerrs of our
10 Best Dressed Men contest
years back when he was
manager at Sam's Cut Rate
downtown, still looking
mighty dapper.
NICE NEW INNOVA-
TION now at Star Bakery
in New Orleans Mall on 10
Mile and Greenfield . . .
The girls behind counter
wish customers a nice day
. . . that is most of the
women who work there do
. . . Folks like to hear
things like that.
THE AROMA IS almost
enough to convert one into
being a pipe smoker . . .
That's Malaga Briar Pipe
Co. on 11 Mile between Main
and Campbell in Royal Oak
. Every type of pipe im-
aginable lying around in
neat order . . . thousands of
them made every year . . .
for every type of guy . . .
truck driver to bank presi-
dents to entertainer celebri-
ties, etc . . . Ask fellows
like Ben Marks and Larry
Agree.
AN INSCRIPTION in
the Jewish National Fund
Golden .Book in Jerusalem,
gifts for the scholarship
funds of Chadbad Lubav-
itch, tree plantings in Is-
rael- _and other honoraria
mat-Iced the golden wedding
celebration of Nathan ,,,and
Anna Pritz . .. Their four
daughters and 13 grandchil-
dren, joined by relatives and
friends hosted a party for
them on Aug. 24 . . . Mrs.
Pritz, a native of Russia,
was brought by her parents
to Bayonne, N.J., and from
there to Detroit in 1918 .. .
Mr. Pritz, a na tive Kentuck-
ian who lived'for a few years
with his family in Cincin-
nati, came here with his
family in 1919.

NOREEN GREEN (frau
of Alan Adelson), director of
the Detroit Town Hall for
five years . . . and the only
woman handling one in the
country . . . looks back on
experiences every year a
new season begins . . . Like
the time she walked out of
an elevator in the Fisher
Bldg. and was knocked cold
by a DTH subscriber who
didn't approve of having
Xaviera Hollander ("Happy
Hooker") on the sta g e .
. . Or the time when
Stuart Udall, former Secre-
tary Of The Interior to
President John Kennedy
stayed at their house . .
He is an exercise buff and
went out for a trot around
the block . . . Udall kept
right on around the block,
says Noreen, and was gone
so long she had to go find
`him . . . He had forgotten
where their house was . . .
Detroit Town Hall enters
season number 47 (longest
in the country) with come-
dian Dick Shawn, Sept. 24;
Germaine Greer, feminist;
Dr. Albert Ellis, Ph.D., on
sex; Jimmy Breslin; Michael
Meeropol, son of Julius and
Ethel Rosenberg; plus many
more . . . all programs are
on Wednesdays, 11 a.m.. . .
at Fisher Theater . . . More
info, call 871-0094.

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Best Wishes it
to All
for a
4(
Very Happy
New Year lc

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