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May 19, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-19

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18, 1918

THE INTROIT JEWISH NEWS

DENVER — Trustees of
the National Jewish Hospi-
tal and Research Center
(NJH) and the National
Asthma Center (NAC) in
Denver have voted to merge
the institutions.
Both NJH And NAC are
known nationally for in-
novative treatment of chil-
dren with asthma and for
admitting ,patients regard-
less of race, faith or ability
to pay.

LISTENING
POST

LOOK FOR SOME
major changes in the De-
troit Businessmen's Group,
City of Hope . . . with
perhaps even a name
change . . . and an al-
together new, modernistic
approach for needed organ-
izational revitalization.
This important, over 50-
year-old bunch is now
headed by a committee with
leadership ofJerry Portney,
chairman, and Norman
Allan and Ben Goldberg,
co-chairmen.
So many changes in the
offing, with essential em-
phasis on membership.
Don't be surprised also, if
the October dinner-dance is
given kosher food consider-
Lion for the first time ever
by the Detroit
Businessmen's Group.
ALMOST 200 pounds
lost between them makes
Nadine and Jim Lipson a
very happy couple . . She
took off 47 and he shed a
whopping 145.
MISSION ACCOM-
PLISHED . . . thanks to
Anna and Philip Slomovitz
. . . and Sarah and Benny
Rubenfire . . . The
Slomovitzes donated a color
TV to 96-year-old Elizabeth
Mack . . and the Ruben-
fires gave $50 to have her
hearing aid repaired . . .
Sure is so very nice to know
that there still are people
who care!
IMAGINE OVER
$100,000 in Israel Bonds
sold with only a little over
100 people . . . Was the re-
cent dinner at Kingsley Inn
by Louis Marshall Subur-
ban Lodge and Louis Mar-
shall Chapter, Bnai Brith
. Lodge president is Carl
Pearl . . . Celia Mager,
chapter prez.

THREE YEARS AGO,
we wrote about Lisa Gold
graduating from Southfield
High with Phi Beta Kappa
honors . . . This time it's
about the daughter of Anita
and Phil Gold graduating
from Kalamazoo College
. . again Phi Beta Kappa
. . . Big thing is that she
did it in three years with
nearly one year traveling
about in Europe and Israel
. . Three among the har-
dest subjects in school,
physics, math and chemis-
try were duck soup for Lisa.
RIGHT IN THE center
of four-block area that
Berkley is working its
beautification project on 12
Mile, is the new Carpet
Masters, just west of
Coolidge.
The streets are being
fixed, flower boxes and
benches installed, trees
over a wide cobblestone-
and-brick design sidewalk,
pedestrian lighting, etc. is
what's going on to be
finished hopefully in June.
Meanwhile, Carpet Mas-
ters, with Mary Lebow and
Ken Feldman, Marv's wife

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Jewish Hospital, Asthma
Merger Planned in Denver

Danny Raskin's

Rheva at the front desk, has
one of the best laid-out
stores in the region . . . In-
direct lighting, full colorful
carpeting and a rustic but
modernistic look of
spaciousness . . . Also oo-
dles of parking in the back.
Quite a bit with Jerry
Knoppow next door . . -
Imagine buying wallpaper
and going a few steps to
match the carpeting with it
. . . or vice versa.

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25th ANNIVERSARY
by Oak Park School District
planned for this Sunday, 1
to 4 by the 0.P. PTA, will be
a get-together with past,
present and future students
plus their families . . .
Registration begins in the
cafeteria of Oak Park High,
Oak Park Blvd. and
Coolidge . . . where old
friends can greet each other
and show their children
where they went to school.
We still remember asking
some people to take a detour
so we could show them our
high school, Commerce . .
The entire building was
gone!
That apartment Diane
Gussin was born in, finding
only an empty lot when she
recently went to visit it, was
on LaSalle and Elmhurst.

MAX SOSIN tells of
Anwar Sadat in Israel being
given the gift of a telephone
by Menahem Begin . . .
Asking why the strange
gift, Sadat was told by
Begin of it being a very spe-
cial telephone . . . that he
could talk to Abdul Nasser
. . Sadat dialed Hell and
the operator said, "That will
be $275, please," and he
talked to Nasser . . . Re-
turning to Egypt, Sadat
showed the telephone to his
aides, who also first agreed
it was a strange gift . . .
"No, said Sadat. I can call
Hell with this and talk to
Nasser . . . He dialed Hell
and the operator said, "That
will be 10 cents please." . . .
Sadat asked why it was
$275 in Israel and only 10
cents here in Egypt . . . The
operator answered, "Be-
cause this is a local call."

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CONGRATS TO . . .
Betty and Joe Bean .. on
their 50th anniversary . .
It was Mitchell Shlain who
introduced them to each
other at one of the regular
Saturday night dances they
used to have at Temple Beth
El.
CON-
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Morris Cole . . . on their
40th anniversary.

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SATURDAYS TIL 6 pal.
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THIS THURSDAY is
the date of the Mr. & Mrs.
Group, City of Hope annual
night of games . . . It's al-
ways a biggie in attendance,
and the May 25 affair could
set a new record .. . Would
be wise to get your tickets
now . . . Call Nathan
Light, 645-0700 or Harry
Hoffman, 548-6600.

The merger is based on
the desire of both boards to
effect cost-containment
and, through the pooling of
specialized skills and
technology, to provide more
efficient service.

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Southfield

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