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December 28, 1979 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-28

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Aged on Hanuka

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LISTENING
POST

A UNIQUE graduation

party was recently attended
by 125 people at Kingsley
Inn.
At age 66, Elizabeth
Eichelbaum, former owner
with her late husband, Mar-
tin Eichelbaum, of The
Bagel on Woodward and
Vernor, started school
again . .. at Wayne State
University.
Four years later, 70-
year-old Elizabeth has re-
ceived her bachelor of fine
arts degree.
The party was given by
Liz and Martin's four sons
. . . all of whom have artistic
abilities . . . and all of whom
came in from their present
residences in various parts
of the country ... Stuart
Eichel, Knoxville, Tenn.;
Edward Eichel, New York;
Marvin Eichelbaum,
Chicago; and Stanley
Eichelbaum, outside of
Washington D.C.
Stuart and Ed are twins
... and each also does ad-
vertising art ... During the
Eichmann trial, Ed was liv-
ing in Israel and did the
courtroom sketchwork for
television ... No cameras
were allowed.
The last 10 years, Liz has
been doing paintings.

REUNION MAY SOON

be held by the fellows of
former Rex Bnai Brith
Lodge . . . in memory of
Harry Mirvis, first
president-founder, who
passed away recently in
California.
MARK NOCERA IS the
Mark Stevens disc jockey
you hear daily now over
WPON, 1400 AM, 6 a.m. to
12 noon.
Shouldn't take long be-
fore Mark's new venture
will become a snap ... he's
that versatile a person ...
Everything he does turns
out excellent ... photog-
raphy, jewelry casting —
anything.
Mark's wife, Cariann, is
the very talented gal in the
open mall shop in front of
Original Esquire Delicates-
sen at Harvard -Row, 11
Mile and Lahser ... whose
sculptured silver jewelry
creations are causing so
much sensation . . . She too
is amazingly versatile .. .
completely without school-
ing in art ... and yet a de-
signer and craftsman with
ideas that must come from a
very brightened and vivid
imagination.
PROSPERITY IS when
people buy things they can't
afford ... Recession is- when
they stop doing it.
CONGRATS ... to Saul
and Blanche Baron ... on
their 50th wedding an-
niversary.

MARILYN BERMAN,

ace public relations gal, is
now Marilyn Berman
Kovacs and an ex-Detroiter
.. (Route 1, Box 155, Liber-
tyville, Ill. 60048).
CONGRATS.. . to Ann
Newman ... who today can
talk about the early stages

of heart surgery ... and re-
cently celebrated her birth-
day.

LEA AND WILLIAM

STAHL had a double cele-
bration with niece Lois Katz
. . . They celebrated their
wedding anniversary and
she was feted on her birth-
day on the same day.
FROM A BELL HOP at
the Statler Hotel in 1943 . . .
to war in Germany ... and
back as a Statler bell boy in
1946 to part of 1950 . . . This
Harold "Cooney" Finegood,
the success story bossman of
Sarah-Lil industrial used
machine enterprise . . . A
60,000-square-foot building
plus three acres of land has
gotten much too small for
Harold and his used
machinery . .. many with
great steel like a lot of folks
have never seen before ... If
they could talk, Harold's
used machinery, some from
oh so very long ago, would
tell many stories to fill a
best-seller volume ... Com-
pany was named after his
mother, Sarah Finegood,
and Aunt Lil Frisch.

WANDERING
AROUND
Toronto's

Yorkville outdoor art show,
recently, Marge and Al
Kalish noticed some people
looking at the works of a
certain painter and having
a good laugh . . . They
walked over to see what was
going on .. The bearded ar-
tist had painted a sign
which he hung over his
work ... It read, 'Buy now
— save up to $25,000.' "
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears .. .
Jan. 6, 1966 . . . "A
motorist on Greenfield
stopped to help a woman
driver stalled on the corner
of 11 Mile Rd. during the big
recent snow and ice storm
that ushered in Mr. Winter
... He found her taking
sand out of the trunk of her
car and sprinkling it around
the front wheels . . . 'It
ouglIt. to go under the back
wheels,' he said ... Sneer-
ing at his stupidity, she re-
plied, 'The back wheels go
around all right. It's the
front wheels that won't
turn.' "

Feb. 17, 1967 ...

"Ronald Block had the three
older children skiing . . .
and daughter Elisa was
going up the chair lift which
holds more than one person,
when the attendant asked if
she was single ... 'Yes, an-
swered Elisa. 'I'm only 12.' "

New Ambassador

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Eytan Ronn has arrived in
Holland as the new Israel
ambassador in The Hague.
He succeeds Shlomo Argov
who left Holland three
months ago to become Israel
ambassador in London.
Ronn, who was born in
Hungary in 1920 and came
to Palestine in 1931, has
been Israel ambassador in
Ivory Coast and in Japan.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raelis between the ages of
10 and 18 took part in a pro-
gram recently aimed at
bringing the message of
Hanuka to the Jewish ill
and aged in three geriatric
centers in Queens, Brook-
lyn and Long Island. •
The 50 Israelis were
drawn from Jewish schools
and youth movements in
the New York area.

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