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June 08, 1979 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, June 8, 1919

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT WAS BILLY
JACOBS' 60th birthday,
and what better way to sur-
prise this very fine person
and superb athlete than to
have a party the way he
would want one . . . sur-
rounded by close friends and
family . . . and at a place he
would be going to for a game
of tennis with wife Shirley.
The friends were there .. .
family too . . . and even a
tennis match . . . but with
the club pro instead of Shir-
ley . . . She was in on the
"plot" and her job was to get
him there.
Party given by Shirley,
son Bob, daughter Monni
and son-in-law Joel Must,
was at Farmington Racquet
Club.
People who expected
Buddy's pizzas were a bit
disappointed ... but
Honey Tree restaurant
on Orchard Lake Rd.
more than made up for it
with a bevy, of tasty
home-made Greek dis-
hes.
All the guests were very
casual except Mike Must .. .
he was the only one with a
tie . . . Lighting and sound
system were by Pro-Disco
with Paul Bensman and
Gary Lichtman playing up a
record storm of oldies on the
disco beat . . . plus even
Happy Birthday A la disco
rhythm .. Mike Kaufman
from Stage Door Dance
Studio showed the folks
some coordinating steps.
Harry Milgrom was MC
for a brief cake-cutting
ceremony and joined Harold
Haas, Morrie Fenkell and
Joe Feder in a picture with
Billy . . . of guys from the old
Zenith Club of the Jewish
Center on Woodward many
years back.
It was also the birthday of
Billy's sister, Mildred
Friedman (Ralph) . . .
They're twins.
Floral settings were in
tennis ball cans ... A lot
of people came dressed to
play tennis but not many
did ... Lou Star was one
of those who couldn't re-
sist — he's been playing
three times a week more
than 30 years ... Morrie
Fenkell didn't have an
apple, but still eats them
from morning til night...
He's also on a peach kick
now ... Monni Must has
about $10,000 worth of
camera equipment but
snapped pictures with an
Instamatic ... She disco'd
with all the rest ... good
exercise for the little one
Monni and Joel are due
to have in September.
Can't forget the excellent
cheeses . . . Very delicious
. . . supplied by Mike Must
and sons Alan and Joel of
Detroit City Dairy.
Billy Jacobs is a lucky
person . . . He has a wonder-
ful wife in Shirley, terrific
children, good health, true
friends . . . and most of all,
the kind of personality that

to Resort's Kosher Meals
in Famous Catskill Mountains

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

Wilt Chamberlain re-
vealed his one big playing
weakness at the annual
Basketball Hall of Fame in-
duction dinner last month.
At the dinner Chamberlain
was installed as a member
and Eddie Gottlieb, "Mr.
Professional Basketball,"
was awarded the prestigi-
ous Gordon Bunn Award for
meritorious services to the
game over a half-century of
activity.
Chamberlain finally
broke down and confessed
as to why he turned out to be
such a poor foul shooter and
the story should be of inter-
est to Jewish readers who
have followed the big fel-
low's progress over the
Years.
- It developed that as a
youngster, Wilt, in his final
two years at Overbrook
High School in Philadel-
phia, during the summer
months, worked at
Kutsher's Country Club in
Monticello, N.Y., as a bel-
lhop. At that tender age

changed
never
has
throughout the years .. .
the kind that has always
made him one heck of a
swell guy!
CHILDREN'S LEU-
KEMIA Foundation of
Michigan is a great organ-
ization . . . For ticket infor-
mation on its theater party
at Northland Theater on
Thursday, call Harriet or
Jack Goldberg at Stage Del-
icatessen . . . LI 8-1111 or LI
1-2888.
SOUTHFIELD IS one of
only 11 cities chosen for
All-American honors .. .
out of over 500 throughout
the nation.
Recent celebration in the
council chambers and the
Civic Center's social hall
had clowns blowing up bal-
loons, a dance team, festive
joviality . . . and best of all,
Orrin Foslein on the banjo
with his Dixieland Quartet.
PEOPLE, DISA 'N
DATA ... Paul -and Martha
Chaiken in town from St.
Petersburg and Tampa .. . Krone Honored
away from Detroit about 2 1/2 for Educational
years ... Leonard Radner Achievements
talking- about the old times
NEW YORK — Moshe
. . of when he came to this
country and lived across the Krone, World Zionist
street from the Hannah Organization Executive
member and head of its De-
Schloss Bldg. . . .
So many people calling partment for Torah Educa-
furniture man Eddie Robin- tion and Culture in the
son for tickets to Detroit Diaspora, was honored on
Tiger baseball games .. . Yom HaAtzmaut. He was
Eddie is still the Tigers' No. cited "for an outstanding
1 fan and friend . . . The help decade of achievement in
he has given Detroit bringing the wisdom and
ballplayers throughout the teachings of our Torah heri-
years is beyond counting .. . tage and Jewish culture to
Lou Melton losing more our brethren throughout
the world," by the Rabbini-
weight .. .
Jody Wiener and Buddy cal Council of American and
Nathanson wearing per- the Union of Orthodox
manent waves . . . Ruth and Jewish Congregations of
Leonard Goldman off plane America.
from Phoenix, Ariz., in cold
weather . . . but "had it
turned into the 80s" re-
cently . . . They'll be back in
September for Knights of
Pythias Grand Lodge Con-
vention in Jackson.
No, Iry Greenberg isn't in
BERKLEY- 12 Mlle-Coolidge
LI 2-0330
the fish business . . . He's
still bossman at Plaza Deli
All Seats $1.00
at all times
on Northwestern . . . The
3rd Week
Held•Over
gold conversation piece fish
Marlon Brando & Gene Hackman in
he wears was given to him
"SUPERMAN" (PG)
by sister who used to train
7 & 9:30
dolphins . . . She wore it as a
Sat. 7 & 9:30
pin . . . and he had it looped
Sun. 2:05, 4:30, 7 & 9:30
for the chain on his neck .. .
BERKLEY THEATRE
Bill Fenkell of Southfield
2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Planning Commission, buy-
Berkley
ing Observer-Eccentric
writer Jackie Klein a pack-
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age of cigarettes so he can
426 S. Washington, R.O.
smoke a couple.

*

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Wilt admitted that he was a * In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area
voracious eater and just
couldn't stop gobbling food.
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"When I saw food, I *
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quivered," exclaimed
1 Blk. No. of 11 Mlle
Chamberlain to the more
559-1380
than 1200 people
gathered at the Basket-
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"It so happens that
• ROLL OR BAGEL
Kutsher's is a kosher hotel,

COFFEE
OR TEA
& PICKLED TROUT
and for those of you who are
olk-** *70c*-AA--Idratironrorftront irfrirororvevrit-A-A-Trikati.
uninitiated in the laws per-
taining to kosher food, let
me explain to you, you can-
not mix milk and meat
products. Consequently,
every time I went up to
shoot a foul in a game in
which I played for the
Kutsher's Country Club
27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
team, then coached by Red
AT
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Auerbach of the Boston Cel-
Open Mon. thru Sat.
tics, my thoughts dwelled
1 1:30 a.na.-2:30 a.m.
on the food that would be
served during the evening
IS COOKING. UP SOMETHING
meal.
"Would it be a meat meal
SPECIAL FOR THE ENTIRE
where I could not get milk,
MONTH OF JUNE!
or would it be a dairy meal,
where I could get all the
SPECIAL DINNERS FOR TWO
milk I wanted? This
MON. & TUES. EVENINGS UNTIL 11 p.m.
thought constantly preyed
WED. THRU SAT. BEFORE 1 p.m.
on my mind as I stepped to
the foul line to take my free
shots. As a result, with a
lack of concentration, your
ability to put the ball
Includes:
Ask about our
per
$11
through the hoop di-
Antipasto &
complimentary
minishes and from that
1/2 Liter of
couple House
lunch drawing
Wine
time on my foul shooting
went off."

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