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December 12, 1980 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-12

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Friday, December 12, 1980 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Music Fund Will Benefit Israel

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

WHEN NATE KAUF-
MAN was appointed a
juvenile judge years back,
there was little doubt that
he would become a promi-
nent personality in his field
. . . But hardly many people
could have visualized Nate
as a television star .. .
which he became with his
Juvenile Court that beamed
into homes and told so many
parents the rights and
,Tongs about bringing up
children . . . plus telling the
kids themselves rights and
wrongs in the stages of
growing up . . . And many
attorneys will readily attest
that Nate's television show
was a major part of their
learning..
Nate today is a state
Court of Appeals judge .. .
as he and wife Bea celebrate
their 50th wedding an-
niversary with an elaborate
kidush . . . this Saturday .. .
at Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses in We-st Bloom-
field . . . following Sabbath
services.
CONGRATS ... to
Nathan Metz . . . on his 85th
birthday.
SEVEN YEARS AGO,
Todd Lash, son of Nancy
and Harvey Lash, was a
camper at Camp Tanuga .. .
George Glassman was his
counselor . . . Harvey and
Nancy got paid back again
recently by George . . . this
time with an RCA color
television set and Selecto-
Vision . . . won by Harvey
among the thousands of
names drawn during Good
Olds Days Sweepstakes at
Glassman Olds on Tele-
graph.
CONGRATS . . to
Wendy (Robins) and Terry
Brown . . . on their first
wedding anniversary.
RECENT NORTHERN
HIGH '35, '36, '37 reunion
turned out to be more than
just a get-together . . . A
wonderful charity also
benefited along with the
evening of reminiscing
about happy days.
After all expenses had
been paid, $268 was left
over . . . and Children's
Leukemia Foundation of
Michigan received a check
in that amount through
Yetta Pomerantz (organizer
and originator of the reu-
nion).
Those who attended will
be mighty happy to learn of
the committee's decision, I
:now . . . especially since
CLF is pledged to continue
the same fine quality of
service with limited funds
regardless of present eco-
nomic times.
Sylvia Brown, excellent
executive director of Chil-
dren's Leukemia Founda-
tion of Michigan, was one of
the Northern High grads
during those years.
CONGRATS . . . to
Molly and Murray Grushoff
of L & T Flowers . . . on their
35th wedding anniversary.
THERE'S NOTHING

unique about giving a gift
certificate for the holidays
. . . In fact, it's so old nobody
can recall whoever started
the popular idea.
But there is something
new under the sun by Er-
nest Drucker, owner of
Executive Custom
Shirtmakers in Birming-
ham . . . an original
custom-made his and hers
formal tuxedo wing-tip
shirt ... Whoever gets a gift
certificate to. Ernie's place
and picks out this combo
will really have an eye-
catcher . Ernest has got-
ten big on custom-made
shirts for women as well as
men.
CONGRATS . . . to Ar-
lene Metz (Shel) on her
birthday.
THE WAY PEOPLE are
learning about Charlie
Robinson taking over the
Shell station on Nine Mile
at Greenfield in Oak Park,
the gendarmes there may
need a special force just to
take care of traffic for him
and wife Bernice.
Charlie's move comes
after 15 years on W. Eight
Mile and Mark Twain, and
five years before that across
from Darbys on Seven Mile
and Wyoming.
Bernice got some funny
looks during their first days
there when she drove up to
the self-service pump and
asked one of the attendants
who didn't know her yet to
help in putting gas in the
car's tank.
It's nice to have service
station owners like Charlie
Robinson around . . . hon-
est, dependable and loyal to
his customers.
.DETROIT CLUB OF
North Miami Beach has re-
sumed its social activities
with Leo Magid president
. . . Group's annual dinner-
dance has been set for Feb. 8
at the Deauville Hotel .. .
For reservations, call in
Florida: Lou Corman,945-
8760 or Sherman Porvin.
945-4527.
CHUCKLE DEPT .. .
from Ida Olson (Wm.) . . .
"at an Oak Park apartment
complex bench. A young
woman is sitting in a sadly
pensive mood, having lost
her father some months
previous. An elderly gent-
leman approached with the
usual gesture. 'How are
you?' 0h,' she said, 'I don't
feel so good. I miss my
father.' He questions,
`Where is he?' She motions
with her forefinger towards
the sky. 'He's up there.' The
gentleman responds
quickly, 'Oh, he's an
aviator?' "
ERRATA . . . Temple Is-
rael Brotherhood Fun and
Games Night is this Satur-
day night (Dec. 13) . . . at
the temple . . . not Dec. 18 as
errored in column.

,

If you harden your heart
with pride, you soften your
brain with it too.

• #'

t CELEBRATE 111E

CHICAGO — The Music summer camp program for
Foundation, an agency the performing arts in Is-
aimed at providing music rael.
education in Israel, has em-
barked on a new project, Women's League
called Matan, whose pur- Aids Hebrew U.
pose is to inaugurate new
JERUSALEM — A 23-
programs for youth educa-
tion in music, drama and member delegation from
the Women's League for Is-
dance.
The project is co- rael handed over a major
sponsored by the Ministry of __ contribution to their re-
created Book
Education, the Corporation cently
of Community Centers in- Endowment Fund for the li-
Israel and the Association brary of the Hebrew Uni-
for the Advanaement of Art versity's Paul Baerwald
School for Social Work.
in Israel.
They also- presented the
The Music Foundation
includes among its activi- league's annual schol-
ties in-school instrumental arships to 14 women stu-
education, providing one- dents, whose families are
year practical teaching fel- immigrants from Iran,
lowships, visiting profes- Tunisia, Yemen, Libya,
sorships, instrument supply Algeria, Bulgaria, Turkey
and the Central Library for and Morocco.
Band Music.
The Matan project will
each year culminate in a

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NEW YORK — A neo-
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ler and Mussolini on the
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