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July 08, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-08

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26 Friday, July 8, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

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$3..."Three ' dollars!
OVER 170 PEOPLE at- be
tended a wedding recently What do you think I'm
made of, money?... (After
expecting it to be just that
at the Furniture trying to get in for a buck,
Club...Folks were told that little Beth finally coughed
an 82-year-old man, Mr.
up with her $3.).
Tannenbaum, met a lovely
DISA 'N DATA...You
80-year-old lady, Mrs. Lef- wouldn't believe Harry
kowitz, and hearing that the
Brodsky's four-door Mer-
club has a party every cedes is three-years-
month, asked permission to
old...Looks like it just came
have a brief wedding cere- off the assembly line—inte-
mony at the June party.
rior and exterior...Dr. Herb
When the time came, and Anne Raskin are plan-
everything was in readiness ning a jazz music festival
for the grand occasion...and in their home...Don't bet on
then laughter abounded as Joe Horowitz's age... you'd
the "bridal procession" 'never believe he was going
made its merry way down to be 62.
an' aisle to the hupa.
ANNUAL BIRTHDAY af-
Harry Thomas was the fair by Crescent Shrine
rabbi, Irving Rosen the can- Club has been rescheduled
tor, Sol Landau the groom for Oct. 24...Oringinal date
and George Duchin the was Sept. 25, but General
bride...Mother of the bride Motors, being the biggie
was Jerry Harris, father of that it is, got first prefer-
the bride (with shot gun) ence from the Raleigh
was Elmer Raskin...ring House, who cancelled out
bearer, Jerry Finn; flower the Shrine date because
girl, Sidney Frumkin; GM will take over its entire
bridesmaids, Fred Brooks, facilities the week before
Franklin Levy, Morris Sa- and the week after. New
doff, Don Cam and Louis Raleigh House owners have
Kline...ushers, Max Brose, not taken hold yet.
A NEW RELATION has
Hy Sherman, Sam Miller,
Max Lipin and Herman Ber- been found by localites who
lin.
have been invited to a
Irving Rosen, president of brunch for over 200 family
the Furniture Club, had his members, July 17, at Stouf
ingenious ways as interior fer's Northland
decorator, with chandeliers Inn...Picking up the entire
for example, made from tab is Dr. Bernard "Bob"
coat hangers...It was a lot Margolis, who came her
of fun—even a first argu- from Texas to throw a wing-
ment, with the bride and ding for the entire Margolis
groom sitting at separate clan and their descend-
tables...But with the knives dants...Bob's objective, ac-
and forks clanging, they got cording to invitee Anita
Ross, who never met him,
up and kissed each other.
The preparation was done is research for a family
so real, some wanted to tree...He's doing more,
bring gifts and a jeweler of- though...Many of the rela-
fered a ring...Irving made a tives are discovering each
four-tiered wedding cake other for the first time.
out of cardboard
boxes...The "bride and Committee Raises
groom" walked on rest-,
room toweling...Only thing Funds for Jewish
missing was an Anita
Bryant strike outside.
Studies at Harvard
CONGRATS TO...Fanny
and Sam Rosenblatt on
NEW YORK—Gerard
their 50th wedding anniver- Weinstock, national chair-
sary...to Edna and Hyman man of the program for
Groskind on number 25.
Harvard University's Cen-
FORMER LOCALITES ter for Jewish Studies, re-
Gerry and daughter Lauren ported that, in slightly
Taffies tried everything more than a year, $3.5 mil-
everywhere... and had to lion—more than 20 percent
come here from Florida of the Center's $15 million
and California to stop smok- endowment goal—has been
ing on their own...Chalk it raised by the national com-
up for Harley Schwartz, di- mittee which consists of
rector of the Stop Clinic in more than 250 members
Southfield...After about 30 throughout the United
years of cigarettes and five States.,
packs a day, Gerry hasn't
Among the gifts has been
touched one in four that of Weinstock and his
months...22-year-old Lauren wife, Margaret, of Larch-
had been smoking since 16 mont, N.Y., who are estab-
years old and its already a lishing what will be the
year since her last ciga- first endowed visiting pro-
rette...Just took five days fessorship in Jewish studies
(an hour a day) for each to
in the world., The visiting
give up the habit.
professorship will enable
THREE YOUNGSTERS the Harvard University Cen-
of Harlene and Harvey ter for Jewish Studies to in-
Sosin, Randy, 15, Illise, 12, vite scholars from
and Beth, 8, were talking
Israel and the United
about buying gifts for three States to the Center for
occasions... Father's Day, teaching, research, semi-
Harlene's birthday and nars and colloquia.
mom and dad's anniver-
Do not throw away any
sary...Illise asked Beth is
she wanted to partici- dirt into: a well from which
pate...She said yes and was thou drinketh.
told her contribution would
—The Talmud

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