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June 29, 1979 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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30 Friday, June 29, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The 'Jewish Cowboys'

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

AF-
RECENT
TERGLOW by Children's
Leukemia Foundation of
Michigan, following its the-
after party premiere of
power-packed Rocky II, was
really something to see.
Imagine the concourse
and mall off Lot E at North-
land . Usually jammed
with customers . . . in a
strange-to-see set-up with
three bars . . . and tables ar-
ranged amidst the many
stores.
Kosher caterer Marvin
Siegel and his swell bevy of
hors d'oeuvres, almost
never got inside . . . He was
locked outside 15 minutes
until someone finally got a
security guard to let Marvin
in . . . He even had his won-
derful staff of waitresses .. .
like smiling, so efficient,
courteous Carmen Jan-
zewski.
Choreographer-teach-
er Julie Adler, in town
from California with
hubby Eddie Sparage,
put on an excellent show
in the mall with,a group
of fine young dancers
and singers.
One hundred percent of
the theater proceeds at
Northland Theater went to
Children's Leukemia Foun-
dation . . . It was in conjunc-
tion with Northland Cen-
ter's 25th anniversary .. .
and the Northland Mer-
chant's Association and
Dayton-Hudson Corp. un-
derwrote the entire theater
expenses . . . A wonderful
occasion for a wonderful
ause.
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GET WELL WISHES
... to Sid Brodie.
MOLLY LEVITT would
like to work on a committee
for reunion of the first five
graduating classes of Cen-
tral High . . . 1929 through
1933 ... Should be a most
interesting one . . . Call
Molly at 363-0077.
100 INVITES TO Golden.
Anniversary of Blanche and
Jack Rose in July at home of
their daughter, writer Shir-
lee and son-in-law Jack
Iden, were hand-delivered
with a fresh gold rose . . . 40
more sent to out-of-towners
were accompanied by a silk
rose-. . . Party planner Shir-
ley Locke has all kinds of
ideas.
MR. & MRS. GROUP,
City of Hope, annual Bob-Lo
Cruise is 8 p.m. July 18 .. .
Tickets as usual are going
very fast for this crowded,
much fun affair . . . with
entertainment, dancing,
prizes and a refreshing boat
ride.
. It will be co-chaired this
year by Meyer Feinstein,
356-4918, and Les
Greenspan.
Possibility looms that one
or more buses may be rented
at $3 per person round trip
. . . to and from the boat on
Jefferson . . . Would be
great . . . no gas to use . . . no
parking to pay . . . This
could make it the biggest

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Bob-Lo cruise ever by Mr. &
Mrs. Group, City of Hope.

JACK BINDES has been
elected president of the
Michigan Trial Lawyers
Association.

NICE PEOPLE DEPT.
... Lillian Whitney, real es-
tate agent at Coach House
Apartments in Southfield
FORMER
DE-
TROITER Warren Spinner
wants his Oak Park High
classmates of 1966 to know
that he'd love to show them
New Orleans when they're
in the area . . . Warren lives
at 1012 N. Bayou Rd., Ken-
ner, Louisiana 70062 .. .
(504) 469-5182.
at the
RAMBLINGS .
Jewish National Fund tes-
timonial dinner for Edythe
and Joseph Jackier at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek:
Kay Geller mixing semi-
-dry and dry- wine with
hubby Sam as her taster .. .
Irwin Cohn a double-fisted
drink carrier . . . Moe
Brandwine saying, "The
other day I told a man he
looked like a million. Did he
get mad! He's worth $7
. . . Atara Zimmerman
asking husband Ray's
agreement that her name
was originally Kathleen .. .
George Zeltzer telling of
standing in front of People's
Littman's theater on
Twelfth St. gathering nic-
kels, dimes and quarters for
JNF (I only remember pen-
nies in those days) .. .

First time memory served
folks that head table wasn't
used for dinner . . . speakers
sitting there following the
dinner . . . which, as usual,
was another caterer Marvin
Siegel trademark of _good-
ness . . . Judge Nathan
Kaufman joining Rabbis
Joshua Sperka and Rabbi
Irwin Groner in wearing a
black velvet yarmulke .. .
Dinner chairman David
Holtzman not on hand when
JNF president Carmi
Slomovitz opened cere-
monies . . . He was still at
the airport waiting for guest
speaker Phillip Klutznick,
coming from Chicago where
a hijacked plane had
landed.

Emery Klein and Bob
Naftaly, co-chairmen of
coming Bar-Ilan dinner,
almost having another
meeting as Phil Stollman
came to their table .. .
Hamotzi by grandchildren
of Edythe and Joe . . . Lisa,
Ariana and Seth Jackier,
such a very cute touch to a
fine and successful evening
. . . Sam Wilson in front of
wife Bernice, "This is the
first time she's shown up be-
fore 9 o'clock."

Plaudits to the office gals
of Jewish National Fund
for the always efficient way
they handle the table seat-
ing cards with dignified ef-
ficiency.

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