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July 29, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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26 Friday, July 29, 1977 .

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Art Exhibit

Danny Raskin's

Detroit artist Deborah
Zeff will hold an exhibit
and sale of her work, which
includes Hebrew calli-
graphy, silkscreen fabrics,
paintings. and weavings, 1-4
p.m. Sunday at Curtis Flow-
ers, 19340 Livemois, De-
troit.

LISTENING

POST

IT'S DEFINITE...Sid Hud-
son of Las Vegas will ac-
cept the National "Man Of
The Year" award by City
of Hope...The dinner will be
held next year in Las Vegas
at one of the major hotels
on the Stript..with celebri-
ties galore slated to enter-
tain.
A foundation in Sid's
name will be used solely
for the cause and cure of
ileitis, the sickness with
which a family member of
his- is afflicted.
DAVID AND LARRY
Hersch, sons of Arnold and
Ann Hersch, are hitch-hik-
ing their way across West-
em Europe on a three-
month backpacking
tour.,.It's the first time for
either and they'll cover
seven countries all
told... When the boys return
it'll be graduate school
time...with David brushing
on public adminis-
tration...and_ labor relations
for Larry.
TRAVELING BACK from
a vacation down south with
wife, Ceil, Lou Stecker
stopped at Sadieville, Ky.
and asked an old native of
the village how far it was
to Lexingeon...The old gent
replied, "I dunno, mister,
hit used to be 'bout 25 miles
but th' way things has gone
up around here, may be
near 40 by now."
MOONLIGHT NOTES on
a hot, muggy night...Mr. &
Mrs. Group, City of Hope
again drew over 800...Many
so disappointed that the
good ship Columbia didn't
stop. at Bob-Lo ...Entrance
while waiting for boat to ar-
rive was almost like Las
Vegas with five pinball ma-
chines...People packed like
cattle a la Ellis Island look-
ing for the gate to
open...When it did, the guys
'n gals rushed on like a
herd of bulls...Amazing no
one was hurt...Jules Olen
and Fred Silber first ones
on...Sol Lakind wearing
bright yellow slacks and
Ruby Samson flaming red
shirt... Jules Fayne natural-
ly with pipe...Mary and Nat
Fields celebrating boat anni-
versary...meeting on the
same "trip" five years ago
and getting married a year
later... Les Greenspan of
Nor-Les Sales, giving out
bottles of Hadassim kosher
wine...Charlie Hoptman
only one left with jacket
on...finally persuaded to
take it off...Hilda Erman
knowing everybody...
Sammy Woolf- singing
away as ever...donating
services as emcee...but was
prize winner from City Na-
tional Bank that took care
of his evening's tab...Frank
Venice orchestra a poor
back-up for him...Iry
Rosen, wearing a captain's
hat...People seeing others
from umteen years
ago...Blackout on boat last-
ing couple of sec-
onds...Lights flickered and
off they went again for an-
other couple of seconds...
Buddy Manson looking
like the Hathaway Shirt
man with black patch on
right eye from a broken
blood vessel... Buddy retires

t

THE DETROlt JEWISH NEWS

in four years from Detroit
News...most of which was
spent in the composing
room he headed...Buddy
has been teaching others
the ins and outs of corn-
uter typesetting, etc...wife
Sarah wearing a beautiful
tan...Barrister Milt Hubert
comfortable in short sleeve
sport shirt... Evelyn Grant
getting cooled off when
somebody bumped into her,
spilling coke..."Felt so nice
and cool!" said Evelyn.
CITY OF HOPE is unlike
many organizations...it does
not work on just one
cause...Therefore, if re-
search work finds a cure in
one area, the very highly
specialized scientists and
doctors at Duarte, Calif. go
on to another illness which
the hospital has been fight-
ing in a seemingly never-
ending battle against dis-
ease...It is gratifying to
know that such a group
never stops working for the
health of humanity.
STORY IS TOLD about
the ambitious woman who
sought to rise on the social
ladder...She made her hus-
band's life miserable trying
to get him to rent a more
expensive apartment...He
came home one evening in
wonderfully good
humor... "Good news, dea-
rest," he shouted. "We
don't have to move. The
landlord has just raised our
rent."
20TH REUNION by Mum-
ford High class of 1957 is al-
ready slated for Nov. 25, at
Raleigh House...Folks al-
ready contacted are asked
to call Brenda Jaffee, 626-
0604...Those notified who've
not responded yet are asked
to let the reunion-ite heads
know whether or not
they're attending.
ACCORDING TO some
Jewish community-ites in
Windsor, Detroit is noted as
"that large suburb of ours
across the river."
LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryears...
JULY 22, 1955... "Plans
are being set for the
ground-breaking ceremo-
nies of the new $1,000,000
Congregation Bnai David
on Southfield and 9 1/2 Mile
Rd. on Sunday, Sept. 11,
with Max Sosin as chair-
man of the event."

.

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