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June 25, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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26 June 25, 1976

Danny Raskin's

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LISTENING
POST

AT RECENT CONSE- hole at Knollwood Country
CRATION services by Club . . . Hubby George
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, 55 made his eight years ago in
Palms Springs, Calif.
young lassies, all in white,
DOUBLE CELEBRA-
made a beautiful ceremony
in the overcrowded sanctu- TION for Irving and Rose
Guttman of Irving's Delica-
ary . . . In his Sunday
morning lecture, Rabbi Ir- tessen . . . Father's Day
win Groner, speaking on re-
. . . and Rose's birthday.
ligious ways, brought laugh-
GLAD TO SEE the suc-
ter when he said, "There are
cessful eye transplant per-
many reasons why a man formed in Florida on Bob
breaks the glasg at his wed- Katz.
ding. One of these is that it
is the last time he'll be able
TIME AGAIN SOON for
to put his foot down."
the yearly Bob-Lo Moon-
One of the lovely conse- light by Mr. and Mrs.
crants, Lesli Cohen, had a Group, City of Hope . . .
whale of a shindig at the seventh annual is set for
Cadillac's Standard Club July 21, with Jules Olen
. . . as ace party-giving par- (353-9531) and Fred Silber
ents, Margo and . Morrie (358-4992) co-chairmen of
Cohen, again went all out in the affair.
the good taste they only
CONGRATS TO . . .
know how to do things.
Arlene
and Norm Weitzman
"These kids sure can
move," remarked Harriet on their 25th anniversary.
Millman, while Lesli's oo-
LEONARD- SONBERG
dles of friends rocked and Foundation is established in
disco'd all evening as the Los Angeles honoring the
dance floor shook . . . son of Belle and Max Son-
Somebody said it must berg . . . A free clinic recog-
have been the whole grad- nized by the city and county
uating class, but all the for its contributions to
teen folks were Lesli's 20,000 needy persons a year,
friends . . . Lots of food is named the Leonard Son-
. . . escargots, king crab berg Building . . . He wa3
legs, shrimps galore, etc. administrator when killed
along the gourmet line by an assailant Nov. 3 of last
. . . but the evening's year.
cuisine hit was when Art
28th ANNUAL Dinner-
Lober came over with a co-
ney island hot dog they Dance was held by North-
west Child Rescue Women,
were serving.
Lesli's senior and junior groups, re-
Naturally
grandpa, Sammy Woolf, cently at Cong. Shaarey
sang his bit . . . and Bunny Zedek . . . for funds in the
disco'd with Tod Woolf, son --marvelous work they do . . .
of Dr. Roy and Jackie . . . Orchestra gent Eddie Burg
Standard Club never looked did a fine job with the lis-
better . . . One room was tening and dancing rhythms
set in Japanese style with . . . Chairladies for the sen-
pillows on the floor . . . Joe ior group were Tillie Sher-
Miller and daughter Jackie man, Sarah Deitch and Al-
doing the bumps . . . Don ice Lutz . . . For the junior
Benyas bringing wife lassies, Janice Sher and Jill
Mickey drinks galore but no Kaye . . . Dr. Jack Feldman
effect . . . just plenty of ice dancing with 3 1/2-year-old
water . . . Kudos to De- daughter, Stephanie.
troit-Cadillac banquet man-
NO, THAT'S NOT A
ager Marie Mohr and her
staff for a fine job of excel- cigarette, candy or coffee
machine in the Oak Park
lent. service.
Post
Office . . . Works just
Belle Cohen looking lov-
lier than ever . . . Gertrude like one, but gives you 13
Miller laughing so much it cent stamps and postal
made others giggle, too . . . cards.
Nate "Pappy!' Fishman at
STANDING OVATION
81-years-old saying, "I'm as MARKED closing program
good as I was last year." of the season by Bel Canto
. . . Manicurist Karen Choral Society at Cong.
Hazdu smoking a cigar like Beth Shalom . . . Group of
a pro . . . Thanks to Morrie gals, mainly housewives,
for those good cigars he al- who get together for the love
ways has . ; Margo danc- of music and singing.
ing without her shoes, then
couldn't find thein and say-
12 COUPLES WHO
ing, "Oh, well, I didn't like form the LQUiS Marshall Be-
them anyway."
nevolent Fund, formed in
BIG DAY IS JULY 1 for
1945 to help the needy, held
Jimmy and Sally Katz,
another anniversary . . .
when son-in-law, Dr. Ar-
with Jack Tarnow, presi-
nold Markowitz (Lynn)
dent, Mollie Bank, v. p., and
opens his office on 12 Mile
Shirley Tarnow, secretary.
. . . He is the son of Sarah
and John Markowitz.
LOUIS BENTON was
HELEN AND GEORGE
installed as the new presi-
KLEIN are now eligible to dent of the Hannah Schloss
enter the Detroit News Old Timers at its annual
Hole-In-One Contest as a reunion dinner-dance . . .
husband and wife team . . . Zangweill Bernstine is v.p.
Helen got her ace recently and Myron "Suzie" Schec-
with a four wood on the 14th ter, secretary-treasurer.

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