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December 03, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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30 " Friday, December 3, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arts, Crafts Sale
Slated in Temple

LISTENING
POST

FEATHER PARTY by
Crescent Shrine Club in
the Beth Achim
Synagogue social hall
was again a jam-packed
(over 700) affair . . . Get-
ting a turkey, fruit basket
or bottle of champagne
was for us as elusive as
trying to catch a greased
rabbit . . . But others di-
dn't find the going too
tough . . . Sandy Serling,
president Leon's wife,
was the evening's big
winner.
Sid Robbins not anx-
ious to get back in action
even though he's been re-
tired three years already
. . . Max Sosin the best
game caller we've heard
yet . . . Sisterhood of
Beth Achim doing an ex-
cellent job selling coffee,
bagels, etc . . . more
pleasant and cooperative
than a lot of lazy waitres-
ses we know.
STORY MAKING THE
ROUNDS is of the Inter-
nal Revenue agent going
into a little grocery store
. . . Fellow asks, "Why do
you bother with a little
man like me who makes
only $6,000 a year? Why
don't you pick on the big
ones? . . . The IRS gent
said, "Look, you made
four trips to Israel last
year." . . . The
storekeeper replied, "So,
we deliver!"
OVERHEARD...portly
gal to spouse as they
leave party . . . "And I
wish you'd stop referring
to me as a barrel of fun.
CONGRATS . . . to
David Riseman on his
birthday.
REUNION AT the Na-
tional Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods
and the Jewish
Chautauqua Society at
Diplomat Hotel in Hol-
lywood, Fla., united Irv-
ing Katz, executive direc-
tor of Temple Beth El,
Detroit; Dr. and Mrs. Joe
Shrager, president of St.
Petersburg Temple
Brotherhood (former
Beth El members) and
Dr. Samuel B. and Sylvia
Danto, former founders of
Temple Israel here, now
members of Temple Beth
El in St. Petersburg . . .
Charles Goldstein, boy-
hood friend of Sam, was
also among the group
from Temple Israel with
wife Betty.
WHEN HUSBAND Sam
Krause came home from
work and found the house
a complete wreck, he
asked wife Lois what
happened . . . "You're
always wondering what I
do all day," she said.
"Well, here it is — I didn't
do it."
RECENT ANGEL Ball
by Detroit section of Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women was gals' way of
thanking members, hus-
. bands and others whose
contributions to its thrift
shop make possible many
Council projects . . .
Theme of the event was a
la the "roaring 20's" with

.

vintage cars and floral
decor . . . Nita Silbersc-
hein was chairman . . .
Council of Jewish Women
is one of the oldest major
Jewish women's organi-
zations in the U.S., estab-
lished in 1893.
BECAUSE OF the
trend toward dancing of
yesteryears, the first
annual Hanuka dance by
Men's Club of Bnai
David, Dec. 18, will fea-
ture the Frank Venice's
band playing songs from
40's and 50's eras . . .
$3.50 admission includes
traditional Hanuka re-
freshments . . . Chair-
man of the shindig is Nick
Gonty . . . Harry New-
man is Bnai David Men's
Club prez.
CALLING ... Ben Har-
rison . . . Remember
back in 1965 when, be-
cause of the school band's
limited budget, a nun who
taught music scoured
every source for second-
hand instruments . . . On
one of the recent hot days
then, she came into your
Bim's Loan Office and
asked to see a small flute
that was on display in the
sunlit window . . . When
her hand touched the
sun-warmed metal, the
sister exclaimed, "Oh, its
hot!" . . . Looking
alarmed, you managed to
gasp, "No it isn't — it's
legit!"
GREENFIELD PLAZA
on corner of Nine Mile
and Greenfield, will be up
by June of 1977, says
Frankie Paul Jr.,
developer-rental agent
for the new California-
style modern shopping
center . . . Absolutely no
truth to any rumors
about work being halted
on the site.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears:
NOV. 6, 1964 ... "During
recent visit of circus to
Detroit, three-year-old
Jeffrey Jacob Chase, son
of Nelson and Carole Ch-
ase, was an eager ob-
server . . . Afterwards,
while visiting at the
Chase home, great aunt
Pat Rosin asked him what
he saw at the circus . . .
When little J. J., as he is
called, replied,
`Elephants', Aunt Pat
asked what they were
doing and he answered,
`Drinking water with
their tails!' "
THREE FAMILY gen-
erations are the pride of
Wayne State U. College of
Pharmacy . . Last
week, Hesel Kollenberg
received a 50-year-since-
graduating certificate
. . . while same day, son
Gene was given a 25-year
certificate . . . Grandson,
Lawrence, is at present a
junior in the College of
Pharmacy at Wayne.

He robbed a stranger and
died; he cannot be pardoned,
for he has profaned the
name of God.
—The Talmud



The Birmingham Tem-
ple Invitational Arts and
Crafts Sale will take place
Dec. 10-12 in the temple.
Among the artists who
will display their works
are ceramicists Marie
Woo and Jim Powell,
Charlotte and Harlan
Quinn, metalsmiths; and
John Glick.
Champ-agne preview
will be held Dec. 10. There
is a charge. For informa-
tion, call Norm Gross,
548-7040.

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