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November 09, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH fiEVIS

Central High
Grads Sought

Danny Raskin's

Central High School
graduates from the 1928 to
1933 classes are being
sought to organize a Senior
Citizens of Central High
School Reunion.
Central High graduates
who are interested in work-
ing on the reunion should
call Lee Helfman, 224-1140,
daily, or 535-5256, eve-
nings.

LISTENING
POST

THE MEMORY WILL where daughter Donna,
linger on . . . and on . . . and married 37 years ago to
on . . . of one of the most fan- Sheldon Stone, was born
tastic and superbly creative . . . Harold and Mary
affairs ever given in this or Sarko driving up in their
- Rolls Royce ... among
any other area.
Six months of planning the many cars of all Israel Violinist
came one magnificent makes and all nations ...
ening enjoyed by about Al Kanfer showing rea- at Oakland U.

240 people utterly stunned son for the red hankie in
Israeli violinist Sergiu
at the ingenious celebration his tux pocket — the lin- Luca will appear in recital 8
of handsome, down-to-earth big is red ... Morrie Bob- p.m. Nov. 16 at Oakland
Eddie Rosenberg's 60th roff bringing us big University's Varner Recital
birthday . . . given for him banana splits made by Hall.
by pretty wife, regular gal him ...
Luca will perform works
Shirley . . . taking over Phyllis and Al Rosenberg, by Beethoven, Bolcom,
Tam- O-Shanter Country Eddie's brother, celebrating Mendelssohn and Ravel. He
Chib completely for a recent their 30th anniversary Nov. will be accompanied by
Saturday night. 19 . . . Lou Sarko always pianist Anne Epperson.
The idea was swell . . . but happy . . . Jack Surnow's big
Tickets are available at
pulling it off was yet an- cigar almost burning the the door.
other thing . . . 12th St. table as he turned around
where Eddie hung around . . . Lester Rosenberg, Ed-
. . . and some of the spots die's brother, telling funny ASCAP Award
elsewhere he used to fre- stories . . . Estelle Cantor to Julius Chajes
quent . . . All were repre- serving coffee . . . Leonard
Julius Chajes, professor
sented . . . Everything was Hyman wearing a white tie
done so perfectly . . . to a black tie affair . . . No of music at Wayne State
Hors d'oeuvres at gifts, but Jack B. Rose with University and founder and
Sammy Soffe'rin's Won- a birthday card and all conductor of the Jewish
der Bar ... drinks at names of those who donated Community Center Sym-
Connie's Show Bar ... to Cong. Beth Achim in Ed- phony Orchestra, has been
named a recipient of the
dancing to a 16-piece or- die's honor.
One thing about Eddie 1979-1980 ASCAP Award.
chestra at the Graystone
Chajes was cited for his
Ballroom ... and then Rosenberg . . . unlike so
there was 12th St. ... In many others, he has never music writing. ASCAP is
one room watching an ac- forgotten when he didn't the American Society of
tual silent movie at the have much . . . never dream- Composers, Authors and
Astor Theater ... corned ing of owning the wealth Publishers. -
--beef, pastrami and well-deserved by him and
balogna at Boesky's ... Shirley . . . Joe Silberschein Trip to China
Ribs and chicken at Bud- and Morrie Bobroff told it Program Focus
dy's Bar-B-Q ... a banana best that Eddie is among the
The Farmington Com-
split at Zukin's knishe, few wealthy people who
potato latkes, lukshen have never forgotten their munity Center will present
"A Tourist's Look at China"
kugel at Lachar's . roots.
Today one of the commu- at a special Chinese dinner
bagels, cream cheese,
fresh fruit and blintzes at nity's most respected per- program 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Sammy's Blaine Restau- sons because of the many at the Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gib-
rant ... with former things he had done for
owner Sammy Lieber- others, Eddie took the mic- son will give an illustrated
man himself walking rophone to thank everyone lecture on their recent trip
around reminiscing ... for coming . . . "Those of you to China. The talk will
cream pies and pastries who didn't know 12th St., it begin at 8:30 p.m. There is a
at Cream of Michigan ... was a great place to live charge.
For reservations, call the
I took home a banana then, and a great place to be
cream pie and it sure from now." . . . Eddie's little community center, 477-
speech was about yes- 8404.
tasted like, old times.
Each table was named for teryears . . . and of Shirley
streets . . . Filling up food asking him who to invite . . Photo Exhibit
from the yesteryears He made out a list for Shir-
"eateries" to take to my ley who said, "Who wants at OP Library
table on "12 th St. and Lee those bums? . . . Eddie read
Photographer Monte
Pl." . . . I lived on Dover Ct. his list . . . "Killer, Bulldog, Nagler will be honored at a
at 1927 ,Pingree, but the Popeye, Jake the Rat, Char- reception 7 p.m. Sunday at
Pingree and 12th St. table ley the Pimp, Chink, Hus- the Oak Park Public Li-
tier, Hot Dog, Indian, Nig- brary.
near us was all filled.
Halvah -galore . . . and gie, Fat Milt, Stringbean,
Nagler will open a
plenty left even with Connie Snagsey, Slick, Buffalo,
)ition of his
Sklar second to Jerry Rob- Chief, Animal, Lacko, etc."
work, a selection of cibac-
Eddie
Rosenberg's
mains in eating the delish de-
hrome prints. The program
;;ht . . . Brenda Rosenberg, 60th birthday celebration is sponsored by the Oak
was
more
than
just
party
married to Eddie and Shir-
Park Arts and Cultural
ley's son Howard, wearing • • . it was like a reunion Commission. Admission is
the old-fashioned-look of for so many people ... free.
Again, as has been the life
large puff sleeves and
shoulders . . . Brenda is a of Eddie Rosenberg, he did
vice president at J.L. Hud- things for people by bring- Glee Clubs Plan
son's fashion dept. . . . ing them together after so Concert at U-M
Renee and Manny Leonard many years.
The Wayne State Univer-
Who would have thought
celebrating their 30th wed-
sity
Men's Glee Club will
ding anniversary Nov. 26 I'd attend a party one day
perform in a joint concert
Caricatures of Eddie with the 12th St. boys in with the University of
all over the place ... Sid tuxedos? . . . Eddie's next Michigan Men's Glee Club 8
Berg taking one of the party, says Shirley, will be p.m. Nov. 17 at Hill Au-
large pictures back with his 70th birthday . . . "I'm
him to Dayton, Ohio . . . going to serve Pablum and ditorium at U-M.
For ticket information,
Nobody jumping out of Maalox."
Thanks for the memory of contact the Wayne State
the huge tiered cake Shir-
ley had for Eddie ... Lil a truly beautiful party . . . to University Men's Glee Club
and Max Mills sitting. at Shirley and Eddie Rosen- office, 577-2618 or 577-
Philadelphia and 12th ... berg. 2619.

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Lecture Planned

The Southfield Arts
Council-Literary Arts
Committee, in cooperation
with the Southfield Public
Library, will present author
Victor Herman 8 p.m. Tues-
day at Lawrence Institute of
Technology Science Build-
ing (Lecture Hall S-100).
Herman will discuss his
imprisonment in and re-
lease from the Soviet Union.
The public is invited.
Admission is free. For in-
formation, call Bruce
Schmidt, 354-9612.

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