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December 22, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, December 22, 1918

Detroiters in Florida Elect
Joseph Milgrom President

Danny Raskin's

ISTENING
POST

L

TALK ABOUT GREAT
ideas . . . here's one of the
best rand quite expensive)
ways to promote a reunion
. Newspaper editors re-
ceived a beautiful plastic-
bound 1979 calendar book
. . . with a note from
Charles Prussian, senior
vice president of Michigan
Book Binding Co., to see
May 19.
On that page the date re-
minds of the Central High
1937 class get-together at
Roma's of Bloomfield . . .
beginning with a social
hour at 6:30.
It seems early, but with
1936 and 1938 probably also
being invited along with the
large '37 class, graduates
are urged to arrange im-
mediately for their tickets
.. Shirley Levinson Shap-
iro, 545-0181.
RESTAURANTS
AREN'T the only places
that have no smoking areas
now . . . Bowling gets into
the act with Ark West
Lanes on Northwestern rop-
ing off a section for its
Non-Smokers League every
Monday starting Jan. 8 . .
Like to bowl but hate
smoke? . . . call 352-3333.
AL
CATERER
ROSENBERG is having
somewhat of a dream finally
come true ... to have a
kosher gourmet smorgas-
bord a la New York ... It'll
be prior to Adat Shalom
Men's Club Hanuka party,
Dec. 31 ... Al will attempt
to come up with very un-
usual hors d'oeuvres preced-
ing dinner ... Fred Gold is
chairman.
NO BETTER WAY TO
show how to plan a party
than by giving one them-
selves is the way Etcetera
Personal Service Agency
looks at it . . . so that's
what they're doing New
Year's Eve.
A refreshingly different
approach . . . an evening of
fun with fitness in mind
. . Tennis, racquetball
and continuous disco at
Franklin Racquet Club on
Northwestern 9 to 2 . . .
plus buffet and beverages,
sauna and Disco Bonnie.
HAVE YOU NOTICED
that the perforated area of
our postage stamps are
stronger than the stamps
themselves?
IF YOU THINK going
out New Year's Eve is ex-
pensive this year, what
about that New York res-
taurant that's charging
$600 per person? . . . It's
said to be the world's high-
est price for 1979's midnight
merrymaking.
45TH WEDDING an-
niversary comes up in
January for Jay and Rose
Golman.
THE FORMER MEM-
BERS of Rex Chapter 11 of
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization won't believe it, but
their great Club Chez
LeRoix goes back to 1948
. . . There was the trio of

Joe Silberschein, Saul
Ginsburg and the late
Harold Adler . . . Murry
"Moe" Hozrnan soloing on
the deep down blues . .
"Little Joe" Stone emcee
. . . and Harry Mirvis with
straw hat, giving his re-
gards to Broadway.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears
. . Dec. 5, 1955 .
"Marty Robbins was a
happy hubby last week,
when he brought home a
new record player to thrill
wife Betty on her birthday
. . . and then went up into
the attic to get a huge stack
of recordings he had hidden
away . . . It wasn't long be-
fore Betty thought the
entire city was shooting
firecrackers to celebrate her
birthday . . . until she dis-
covered that it was only
Marty . . . He had stum-
bled on the stairs and drop-
ped the entire collection of
discs in a loud clatter . .
When Betty finally man-
aged to grope her way
through the massive rubble
to see what had happened,
there was Marty sitting on
the bottom step holding the
only record that had stayed
in one piece . . . 'Oh well,'
he muttered, holding up the
unbroken platter, 'this is
the only one I wanted you to
hear anyway!' "
MARCH 29, 1968 .
"Lisa Gladstone brings us
this cutie from the Oak
Park Library . . . A small
boy, paying a two-cent fine
for an overdue book, looked
thoughtfully at the libra-
rian and asked, "Can you
make a living out of this?' "
APRIL 26, 1968. . .
"June will be double cele-
bration month- for Paul
Zuckerman, who will be
honored at the 50th an-
niversary dinner of the
Jewish National Fund in
Detroit, June 13, at Shaarey
Zedek . . . Six days later on
June 19, the Paul and Helen
Zuckerman Auditorium
and Conference Center at
Sinai Hospital will be dedi-
cated."
MARCH 22, 1968 . .
"One day recently, Larry
Crantz noticed an old car
parked near his on a park-
ing lot . . . It probably ran
on love and coaxing, says
Larry, but it sported two
brand-new snow tires . . .
On one tire was written in
white chalk, "To Ruth with
love, Bill,' . . . and on the
other was written, 'Happy
Birthday, Bill. Love,
Ruth.' "

Aid for Infants

JERUSALEM — Magen
David Adom has equipped a
special ambulance to trans-
fer premature infants from
other hospitals to the
Hadassah Medical Center.
The ambulance is staffed
by a Hadassah pediatrician,
an MDA paramedic and a
driver.

Joseph Milgrom will be
installed as president of the
Detroit Club of North
Miami Beach, Fla., at an in-
stallation dinner Feb. 11 in
the Carillon Hotel.
Officers to be installed
with Milgrom are: Leo
Magid, Joseph Ainbinder
and Oscar Shorr, vice
presidents; Mollie Came-
ron, Honey Magid, Ainbin-
der and Elaine Milgrom,
secretaries; Nathan Max-
man, treasurer; Mitchell
Goldstone, honorary
president; Rose Belinsky,
honorary vice president;
and Jack Wasserman, trea-
surer emeritus.
The executive board of
trustees includes Louis
Corman, Sadie Cornfield,
Ms. Belinsky, Morris J.
Friedman, Goldstone, Rose
Kling, Mrs. Milgrom, Dr.
Edward Stern and Joseph
H. Siegel.
Members of the board
of directors are: Rose
Ainbinder, Joseph Be-
rman, Belle Berman,
Corman, Lena Corman,
Rose Clubok, Saul Co-
hen, Sarah Cohen, Max
Goldhoff, Bea Goldstone,
Gordon Kozda, Mary
Kozda, Martin Lippitt,
Mollie Lippitt, Shorr,
Rose Shorr, Jean Siegel,
Wasserman and Alice
Wasserman. Magid is
chairman of the board.
Receiving special as-
signments are: Milgrom,

Center Festival
Has Events
for the Family

The Jewish Community
Center will hold a family
Hanuka celebration 1 p.m.
Sunday in the West Bloom-
field complex.
A candlelighting cere-
mony will be led by a youth
portraying Judas Mac-
cabeus at 1 p.m., followed by
Israeli dancing and singing,
a parent-toddler Hanuka
party and a pre-school
Hanuka celebration. Craft
activities include Hanuka
candlemaking, menora de-
corating and dreidel mak-
ing.
Maccabia — Israeli
Olympic — games will be
held and participants are
requested to bring gym
clothes and bathing suits.
There will be organized
games, an apple bob and
more.
The Center also an-
nounced the formation of
a cross-country ski pro-
gram, consisting of two
three-hour sessions. Two
hours of instruction and
equipment are included.
The program will begin
Jan. 14. Registration dead-
line is Jan. 7. For schedule
and information, call the
Center's physical education
office, 661-1000, ext. 180 or
181.

Biblical Exhibit

HAIFA — An exhibition
of "Music in the Bible" pre-
pared by the Haifa Music
Museum will be conducted
during May and June 1979
at the Haifa Museum com-
plex.

entertainment; Sherman
Porvin, membership; Ms.
Belinsky, membership
associate; Magid, picnic; Al
Lipman, parliamentarian:
Nathaniel Goldstock, chap-
lain; Corman, dinner-
dance; Goldstone, dinner-
dance associate; Shorr, col-
lation; Mrs. Shorr and Gol-
dhoff, collation assistants;
Lippitt, banner supervisor;
Berman, banner super-
visor's assistant; Ms.
Clubok, publicity; and Ms.
Kling, sunshine.
Past presidents who will
be honored at the Feb. 11
affair are: Goldstone,
Siegel, Irving Lyons and Dr.
Stern.

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