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December 05, 1980 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

FIFTY YEARS AGO, 92, came from McKeesport,

Nate Kaufman married Bea
Tauber, the younger sister
of his friends Ben and Max
Tauber . . . Nate was 22-
years-old and Bea 19.
It was the beginning of a
wonderful life for both . .
and also the start of Nate's
political life . . . as he be-
came president of Local 112
at the Graham-Paige auto-
mobile factory.
Nate and Bea's 50th wed-
ding anniversary will be
celebrated with an elabo-
rate kidush, Dec. 13, follow-
ing Sabbath services
around noon . . . at Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
in West Bloomfield.
ERRATA ... with sorries
to "Autumn . ' the cute little
dog owned by Judye and
Larry Glazer . . .
"Autumn" is a female
Bichon Frise . , a tiny,
very rare French sheep dog.
JAX KAR WASH made
a major entry into the car
rental business by taking
over operation of the Budget
Rent-a-Car facilities at De-
troit Metro Airport . . . It
also holds an exclusive op-
tion to service all of Wayne,
Oakland and Macomb coun-
ties for Budget, with the ex-
ception of an existing
franchise in Grosse Pointe.
Jack Milen's son, Bruce
Milen, who is president and
chief operating officer of Jax
Kar Wash Inc., is also
president of Jax Kar Ren-
tals, Inc., a subsidiary of the
Kar Wash corporation . . .
Another son, Tony, is trea-
surer.
Jack opened Jax 30 years
ago and today there are 11
car washes in Detroit and
Oakland County.
"Our customers for
rent-a-cars can drive the
cleanest cars in town be-
cause they can pull into any
Jax Kar Wash and get a full
service wash free," says
Bruce.

DR. JOE SCHWARTZ-
BERG is now a professor at

the University of Miami
Medical School . . . and
also busy training 48 family
doctor residents at Jackson
Memorial Hospital in
Miami . . . Joe was honored
with a plaque for the "Best
Teacher of Family
Medicine, 1979-1980," by
the University of Miami.
(For those who want to
write to Joe and wife
Gladys, their address is
7815 Beechfern Circle,
Tamarac, Fla. 33321.)

RECENT THANKS-
GIVING DAY, family

of Jacob Jerernias came
together from all parts of
the country to celebrate
his 95th birthday . . . Five
generations gathered at the
home of Jacob's great
granddaughter, Rosanne
Feinman and husband
Bennett . . . From Califor-
nia, New York, Oregon,
Pennsylvania, Toronto and
many points between . . . A
sister, Pearl Hertzberg, age

Pa. to join the celebration.
Jacob is a resident of the
Federation Apartments in
Oak Park and an active
member of Young Israel of
Greenfield - Synagogue,
where he was honored with
an oneg Shabat on Nov. 22.

CONG. BNAI DAVID

Men's Club and Sisterhood
are expecting their biggest
crowd yet for New Year's
Eve . . . with Shelby Lee's
lot-of-music-for-dancing
band and the catering of
Paul Kohn . . . It's open to
the public . . . Call Norma
Gealer, 557-2516, or Dr.
Bernard Maness, 557-6269.

Coward Comedy
Opens Series
at Music Hall

Music Hall's 1981 Thea-
ter Series begins in January
with a presentation of Noel
Coward's "Private Lives."
The series, consisting of
four productions, runs
through the spring of 1981.
Other offerings for the
series include the off-
Broadway hit "Gertrude
Stein, Gertrude Stein, Ger-
trued Stein," an exhibition
of Broadway choreography
titled "The American Dance
Machine," and an English
drama, "Every Good Boy
Deserves Favor."
For information concern-
ing season tickets and tic-
kets to individual perform-
ances, contact the Music
Hall ticket office, 963-6943.

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Violinist Mintz
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Sale to Benefit
HW Library

The Friends of the Hun-
tington Woods Library will
hold a used book sale 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in the
library.
Hardcover and paperback
books will be available for
children and adults. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the li-
brary. The public is invited.

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Violinist Shlomo Mintz
(Robert) is s sculptor's will perform as the soloist
sculptor . . . She carves with the Detroit Symphony
marble and creates things Orchestra 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
from bronze . . . working day and Dec. 13 at Ford Au-
from her home on ditorium.
Westbrook.
Meanwhile, tickets are
At the recent Gypsy Fan- still available for the DSO's
tasy Concert at Gazebo Holiday Festival '80, a
Lounge, Cecilia recognized series of 14 performances
Marvin Raskin as the con- scheduled to take place
tractor who built her family Saturday through Dec. 28 at
room on Pembroke 23 years Ford Auditorium.
ago . . . It was like old-
For ticket information,
home day as they remem- call the DSO box office,
bered each other and re- 961-0700.
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Band Program
ni Southfield

day . . . David Syme con-
Paul Lipa, band director
cert at Temple Israel, 7:30
p.m. . . . honoring Rabbi of Southfield High School,
Leon Fram on his 85th will present "Band-0-
Rama" 7:30 p.m. Thursday
birthday.
ALWAYS A LARGE af- at the school, 24675 Lahser,
fair, this year's should be Southfield.
Guest soloist will be
even bigger with the quar-
ters of Temple Israel James Underwood, cornet
Brotherhood Annual Fun virtuoso. Admission is free.
and Games Night, 8:30 Dec.
A woman will uncover a
18 . . . in the temple's
Herman Hall . . . It's the neighbor's pot to see what is
group's major fund raiser cooking.
— Mishna
. . . with monies for Temple
Israel youth group projects
and college student activi-
ties.
Elmer Raskin will again
be auctioning all the mer-
chandise . . . and the eve-
ning will include Las
Vegas-type games galore
plus door prizes . . . Call
Chairman Norman Borns-
tein, 522-7718, or Brother-
hood president Bob
Bunsberg, 356-1944.
BLUMA RONSON, who
recently passed away, was
the wife of Lou Ronson
(Horenstein), formerly of
Brothers Delicatessen . . .
Regarding requests for his
address . . . write to . . .
Lou Ronson and Family,
18100 Burbank Rd., Unit
23, Tarzana, Calif. 91356.

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