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November 14, 1975 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

INTERVIEWING a new
housekeeper last week, Mar-
ilyn Fisher asked her if she
had any religious views . . .
The girl hesitated, then re-
plied, "No, but I have some
good pictures of the Great
Lakes and Niagara Falls."
SHE CAME FOR dinner
and is still staying on after
20 years . . . Frieda Ber-
kowitz was hired back in
1955 by the Jewish National
_ Fund to work on the dinner
' honoring then Gov. G. Men-
nen Williams and U.S. Sen-
ator Philip A. Hart with the
establishment of the Wil-
liams-Hart Forest in Israel
- . . . It was a temporary job
but she did so well, Frieda
was kept on as secretary in
the JNF office . . . She was
' recently honored by the
Jewish National Fund with
an award for 20 years of
devoted service.
HAL GORDON received
a watch from Nov. 26 bride-
to-be Audrey Pearl with
back inscription reading,
"For 25 years of service in
a d v an, ce E
. "
HUGE CROWD thor-
oughly enjoyed this year's
dinner-dance by Detroit
Businessmen's Group, City
of Hope . . . Shirley Gordon
_ wearing one half of a moon
around her neck . . . hubby
..,
Maury wears the other half
. . . that's love! . . . Dennis
and Debbie Silber telling of
having over 600 kids at their
house on Halloween night
. . . with a Moon Walk
bouncy bounce you see at
carnivals and fairs, plus oo-
dles of gift goodies . . .
Dennis wore a wild tux shirt
he bought from Jules Olen
of Block's Clothes, who fin-
ally closed his Livernois
store after 24 years . . . and
is devoting full time to the
one at Orchard Mall . . .
Charles Canvasser with a
bright red tie exclaiming,
"My neck is bleeding." . . .
Wife Elaine celebrates her
birthday in December . . .
Too bad accoustics at Ra-
leigh House were so bad for
singer Dax Xenos . . . Dax,
by the way, is the same
Tony Darrell who appeared
a few years back at a City of
Hope dinner-dance . . .
The night was also a big
celebration for Dave Rise-
man on his birthday . . .
Meyer Cooper showed
everyone a paper proof that
he'll be 82 in December . . .
Lorraine Schubiner, na-
tional vice president, gave a
fine, to-the-point message
. . . Fred Weinstein's tux
shirt couldn't have been any
redder . . . Was a black tie
affair but the blues, browns,
reds, greens, golds, etc. al-
most lit up the place as
much as Pearl Brodsky's
(Harry) beautiful floral
coordination . . . (We'll still
take black and white for
male formal attire.)
SEE, I WOKE UP the
children," said super per-
former Theodore Bikel on
stage at the recent Hasidic
Happening Concert, "Am__

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Denner asked, "How did you
find yourself this morning?"
. . Little Betty, five-year-
old daughter of Sam and
Sylvia Rogin, opened her
big, innocent blue eyes and
said, "Oh, Uncle Ben: I just
opened my eyes — and there
I was!: "

Unit for Retarded -
Evening With Lubavitch" at Slates Election
Ford Auditorium . . . Folks

came with little babies'
among the older infants
. . . Didn't deter Theodore
— he's too great an artist
. . . Rabbi Y. M. Kagan was
surprisingly good as master
of ceremonies but lifted a
few eyebrows when he said
the Lubavitch believes in
women's lib.
"I DO" DEPT. . . .
Cathy Newman and Mitch-
ell Merzin will do the ring
bit in March of next year.
NAT AND JIMMY Cole-
man are together again as
health instructors . . . Both
are new at Town & Country
Club on Southfield . . . The
brothers were showing folks
the healthful ways of life
about 10 years ago at the
Jewish Center on Meyers
. . . and for a short period
at Sidney-Hill before each
going his separate route
. . . Nov as one, they form
a two-fisted double-barrel
of physical fitness.
HOWARD GOLDING
and Rita Forbes met at an
Oak Park basketball game
. . . and later became man
and wife three years ago
. . . Now he is the first Jew-
ish coach of a major sport in
Oak Park . . . as new head
of the O.P. varsity cagers
. . . Rita is State Rep. Joe
Forbes' daughter . . . A for-
mer Jewish Center basket-
baller, Joe will be reliving
his past a bit with each
game by trying to "coach"
for his son-in-law.
CONGRATS TO . . .
Myra Richardson, District
45B court administrator on
her ? birthday . . . To Glo-
ria and Milt Radner on their
40th anniversary . . . To
Mickey and Morrie Beresh
on their 32nd anniversary.
HANNAH SCHLOSS
Old Timers had Mr. and
Mrs. Shindig with lots of
fun for all . . Cantor Hy-
man Adler, Max Sosin and
Hal Gordon donated their
services . . . Mollie Bank
looking wonderful . . . gar-
ney Barnett, president of
House of Shelter, going
back through the years
when not telling jokes on
the sideline . . . Al Klu-
nover a proud president . . .
Irwin I. Cohn cupping his
hands to his ears not to miss
anything.
AL DUBIN of Luster
Cleaners used to be a ter-
ri-fic ice skater years ago
. . . Had 63rd birthday re-
cently and 22-year-old
daughter Andrea gave him a
big surprise gift . . . a pair
of skates . . . She loves to
skate too, but for sure won't
be able to use dad's present
— they're hockey skates.
GET WELL WISHES
. . .to Bertha Katz at Prov-
idence Hospital . . . to
Harry Pliskow at McClaren
Hospital in Flint.
LOOKING BACK ON
columns of yesteryear:
JAN. 8, 1960 . . . "Vis-
iting his little niece, Betty
Rogin, who had been ill,-Ben

The Association for Jew-
ish Retarded will have an
election meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in Room 384 of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter main building. The
group was formerly known
as the Parent's Association
for Jewish Residential Care.

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