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August 15, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

REUNION DEPT. . . .
MARYANN ZUKOS-
Detroit Central High, KY'S 1981 Discount Shop-
January and June classes of pers Directory, a "consumer
1940, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 11 at survival guide" as she refers
Roostertail . . . Contact to it . . . full of research .. .
Elaine Kadashaw, 342- has been completed on dis-
1528 or Dr. Herbert count stores in the metro
Hertzberg, 569-6304.
Detroit area . . . and is
Detroit Central classes of available . . . It also has tips,
1950 has 30th, Oct. 18, for helpful hints, suggested,
January, June and August reading and words to the
grads, at Roma's of Bloom- wise . . . all on surviving as
field . . . Contact Herb Rech- a consumer in this era of ex-
ter, 546-2970, Chuck Sac- tremely tight money.
hse, 862-4411, Carl Gilbert,
Maryann is a housewife
356-7447 or chairman and mother, taught educa-
Harold "Etsy" Kulish, 353- ble retarded children for six
2970.
years, was a barmaid, wait-
Northern High classes of ress, switchboard operator
'35, '36 and '37, Sept. 28, at and chairperson for Muscu-
Hamilton Place . . . Contact lar Dystrophy in 1975.
Eve Berke, 355-1763, Yetta
For info on the book . . . or
Pomerantz, 553-9132, or to set up fashion shows and
Alex Lipson, 559-4440.
lectures . . . all on consumer
READING ABOUT survival . . . call her at
HER daughter's prowess on 542-6825.
the- golf course, Marge Rob-
PEOPLE KEPT coming
bin's mother, Mollie Cooper, into the store all day long to
said, "Before I congratulate see how Lonnie Vinegar,
you, when did you start owner of Ilona Ltd. on N.
playing golf?"
Woodward, Birmingham,
GLENNWOOD CHAP- was able to keep her fresh
/ TER of Women's American flowers in water inside of a
ORT holds its book and re- paper bag . . . As it turns
cord sale at Pontiac Mall, out, the answer was simple
Aug. 22-24 . . . For info, call . . . These unique bags by
Judi Weinstein, 626-4171, Michel Harvey of Quebec,
or Elaine Heavenrich, 398- look just like real paper
1179 . . . The gals always do bags . . . but are made of
a wonderful job . . . and the colored porcelain that has
values are real biggies.
been vitrified . . . so there-
CONGRATS . to Jack fore, water can be put in it
Pearlman . . . on his 80th without fear.
To grow a plant, choose
birthday . . . and to Jack and
wife Ruth on their 59th an- one that needs only a little
water, fill two,:thirds of the
niversary.
Jack is still an ardent bag with rocks and then add
swimmer . . . in the water earth . . . Only water when
every day since a youthful the soil is dry . . . They can
counselor at Fresh Air also be used for pencil hol-
Camp . . . He also daily rides ders and kitchen utensils.
a bicycle, exercises and
BIRTHDAY CON-
takes walks . . . At the Han-
GRATS . . . to Harry Dubbs
nah Schloss Community
. . . Mollye's beloved hubby.
Center, Jack used to play
AFTER 20 YEARS
basketball with Boy Scout
of meeting, The Criterion
Troop 23 . . . and is today on
Club, swinging singles
the board of the Hannah group for folks over 50-
Schloss Old Timers.
years-old, is searching for
Jack retired after 50 new members . . . Call Mil-
years as a teacher of indus- ford Krieger, 544-8158, or
trial arts in the Detroit Ben Eastman, 778-8887 .. .
school system.
The group has always been
RHONDA ADELL, a dandy for those seeking
daughter of Betty and Mar- friendship in an organiza-
vin Adell, is quite a cook .. . tion with dances, speakers
noted in the area for her and various outdoor and in-
baking and creative de- door activities.
lights . . . (certified by Cor-
LOOKING BACK ON
don Bleu in London, La
Varenne in Paris and Culi- Columns of Yesteryears .. .
March 8, 1968 . . . "Wait-
nary Institute in New York)
ing
for friends Frances and
. . . so she'll be quite an
adept critic of the sweet George Ober to go to dinner
table pastries at her mar- with them, Ann and Sammy
riage this year to furniture Woolf kept phoning but to
no avail . . . Finally the
gent Steve Satovsky.
friends arrived and ex-
MAIL DEPT.
."Re-
garding Dorothy (Kroll) plained that having run out
Nudell looking for others of dog food, they took their
who graduated Northern two dogs to a nearby spot for
High in 1932, my brother hamburgers."
Harry Oberman lives at
He who calls in the aid of
19050 Sherman Way, Re-
seda, Calif. 91335. As for an equal understanding
myself, I graduated North- doubles his own; and he who
ern in January 1930, only profits by a superior under-
standing raises his powers
50 years ago."
Sam Oberman to a level with the heights of
Morris Shaw called to say the superior understanding
he graduated Northern in he unites with.
Burke
the June '32 class.

Rabbis Stress Synagogue's Role

NEW YORK — Three
American rabbis em-
phasized in a forum at the
recent Rabbinic Leadership
Institute at Brandeis Uni-
versity that the synagogue
indeed has a crucial role to
play in the further de-
velopment of the American
Jewish community.
Speaking at the confer-
ence, which was held in
cooperation with the
Synagogue Council of
America, were Rabbi Wal-
ter S. Wurzburger, first vice
president of the synagogue
council; Rabbi Zev K. Nel-
son of Temple Emeth,

Chestnut Hill, Mass.; and
Rabbi Lawrence A.
Hoffman of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in New
York.
"It is through the
synagogue that the modern
Jew expresses faith that his
Jewishness is not merely a
matter of residual feelings
or ethnicism or
nationalism, but represents
a quest for a transcendent
community," Rabbi
Wurzburger said.

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