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May 14, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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26 May 14, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Music Society
Plans Concert

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

NORMA ZIMMICK
gives out the column's Or-
chid Of The Week . . . to
cab driver Vincent J. Ro-
mano of Oak Park Cab Com-
pany . . . with plastic sign
on top reading, "Mitzie's"
. . . "After driving me to
the supermarket, he helped
me load my groceries into
the cab and then took them
to the door for me when I
got home."
FIRST TIME VEN-
TURE is the ORTs 'n
Crafts Bazaar by Autumn
Hills Chapter of Women's
American ORT . . . The
young gals have only been in
existence three years, with
45 members . . . Their ba-
zaar is from 1:30 to 5 p.m.
Sunday, at the Franklin
Pointe club house on Frank-
lin Pointe Drive . . . with
works of Michigan's fine
artists and craftsmen . . .
Co-chairmen and coordina-
tors are Pandy Lan and
Andrea Wolfe.
SIMON
YOUNG
GREEN, 13, his brothers
Sam, 9, and Dave, 7, were
visiting grandparents Abe
and Freda Green at Country
Corners Apts. in Southfield
. . . They saw money flying
around . . . all new $2 bills
prestamped 4/13/1976 by
the post office . . . Some-
how, they traced ownership
to a very appreciative Jo-
seph and Bertha Peven . . .
and left the collector's item
bills with Abe and Freda
. . . Joe and Bertha also live
at. Country Corners so it
was no trouble picking them
up . . . Bertha had been
carrying a jacket with the
bills slipping out and the
wind doing the rest . . . The
collector's items found by
the honest youngsters can-
not be duplicated.
RUTH BERESH and the
committee is trying to con-
tact former classmates,of
Mumford High . . . to let
them know of the 10th year
reunion . . . January, June
and August classes of 1966
will have their shindig Aug.
21 at Cobo Hall . . . More
info by calling Margi Wein-
haus at 559-4694.
BEAUTIFUL WEST
BLOOMFIELD home of
Jackie and Michael Kallen
finally has the "stall
shower" Mike didn't put in
when they built the house
. . . It now has shower
doors enclosing the sunken
tub . . . Recent visit there
was for engagement party
by Jackie and Mike honor-
ing Gayle Ginsburg and Dr.
William Floyd . . . Natu-
rally, Jackie's youthful dad,
Phil Kaplan,. was there with
the mobile home he takes
around the states for the
eye glass frames he sells
. . . Phil still maintains his
Charter House apartment,
but would rather cook on
the stove of his house with
wheels . . . People go to
doctors to lose weight, but
Marilyn Pollack is her doc-
tor's only patient to gain
weight . . . She started

with him at 79 pounds and
is up to 86 . . . Juke box in
the family room a year-
round thing with top tunes
on the charts . . . Huge sub-
marine sandwiches gulped
down by the guests . . .
Shirley and Leo Kaplan of
Standard Lumber a couple
of real nice people . . . Mike
moving cars and not so
much as a nickel tip . . . It
was his kind of party . . .
no ties (except for a few.)
BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to linen gent
Lou Miller . . . May 12.
FOR THE 21st TIME,
the "kids" who used to play
basketball, take showers (a
new innovation in the early
1900's), dance to the music
of future band leaders, have
talks with the likes of Fred
Butzel and Blanche Hart at
the old Hannah Schloss
Building, will again get to-
gether, May 23, at - Temple
Israel . . . and relive the
"good old days" . . . As in
the past, Mollie Bank, the
only female member, is tak-
ing reservations . . .
968-5298.
CHILDREN'S DEPT.
. . . Little 4-year-old David
Bier, son of Linda and Larry
Bier, being told by his
mother that this was the
United States' 200 birthday
. . . and David clapping his
hands in glee as he ex-
claimed, "Oh boy! Am I in-
vited?"
MANY FRIENDS OF
Mary Brooks, former Detro-
iter, may not have recog-
nized him as the ring an-
nouncer of the Muhammad
Ali-Jimmy Young fight . . .
He attended Mumford High
and Michigan State U . . .
For a number of years,
Marv, who now lives in Sil-
ver Spring, Md., was a popu-
lar disc jockey in the Wash-
ington, D.C. area, but has
now turned to other fields of
radio . . . He is on the staff
of the Voice of America, in
commercials on the East
Coast and announcer' of all
events at the new Capital
Center in Landover, Md.
USE FRIENDSHIP as a
drawing account if you
want . . . but don't forget
the deposit. ,
NOT NEW BUT cute is
Dr. Sanford Rautbort's fa-
vorite about the fellows out
on the golf course when sud-
denly a young girl in a wed-
ding gown comes running
across the fairway and
starts screaming at a man
on the 15th green .. .
"George," she cries, "how
could you? Why did you
leave me waiting at the al-
tar?" Very patiently, the
golfer looks up and says
firmly, "I told you — only if
it rains!"

Special Screening

The Berkley Theater will
have a special showing of
"Hester Street" on Wednes-
day. For information, con-
tact the theater.

The annual concert of the
Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit will take
place 7:30 p.m. May 23 at
the Madame Cadillac Hall
on the Marygrove College
campus.
Kozenn
Marguerite
Chajes and Lawrence La-
Gore, artistic, and music di-
rectors respectively, have
chosen compositions by
Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss
and Korngold for the pro-
gram.
Erich Korngold was a
child prodigy who became
one of Vienna's most noted
composers. He emigrated to
Hollywood in 1934 where he
wrote music for movies and
a violin concerto for Jascha
Heifetz. His most famous
work, "The Dead City," was
presented in Europe's top
opera houses and at the
Metropolitan Opera in New
York. Conductor Erich
Leinsdorf recently recorded
the first album containing
the complete opera.
Tickets are available • by
calling Francis M. Dodge,
961-0100.

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Metropolitan Opera
Due at Masonic

The Metropolitan Opera
Company will present its
annual series of perform-
ances May 24-29 at Masonic
Temple.
The seven productions
are: "Carmen," 8:30 p.m.
May 24; "II Trittico," 8 p.m.
May 25; "Die Meistersin-
ger," 8 p.m. May 26; La Gio-
conda," 8 p.m. May 27;
"Aida," 8 p.m. May 28; "Le
Nozze di Figaro," 1:30 p.m.
May 29; and "Un Ballo in
Mashchera," 8 p.m. May 29.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auditorium box of-
fice. For information, call
the Masonic Temple.
965-7275.

Correction

The item appearing in
last week's Jewish News
about Sheryl Silver's ap-
pearance in "Sweet Charity"
should have read that she
will appear 8 p.m. today and
Saturday and May 20, 21
and 22 at Baker Junior High
School, Troy, as Charity in
the Troy Community Play-
ers production of "Sweet
Charity."

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