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September 25, 1981 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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Friday, September 25, 19131 57

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Boren Honored
in U-M Victory

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

HARD WORK by all in-
volved was the reason why
Detroit with $2,235,495 in
donations and pledges was
second in the nation only to
New York City ... in the
amount of money raised for
the 1981 Jerry Lewis Mus-
cular Dystrophy Telethon
. Rackeline Hoff, did a
very fine job for her first-
year venture ... The dough
raised provides year-long
clinic services and equip-
ment to muscular dystrophy
patients plus financing in-
valuable research into the
causes and cures of
neuromuscular diseases
(still can't figure how
Michigan Metaphysical
Society Director Sol Lewis
was able to - get us over the
phone.)
QUITE A BIRTHDAY
gift for Rebecca Klein ...
living in Sacramento, Calif.
with hubby Michael Klein
.. twin daughters born on
her birthday, Sept. 11 .
Nekia Mira and Rachel
Shayna.

MAY NOT BE AS BIG

or lavish as years gone by,
but at least the gals of In-
fants Service Group will
make it a dinner-dance
again ... not a luncheon ...
Oct. 11 at Furniture Club
. . for first time in eight
years ... Chairgals are Eve-
lyn Roth, Rose Kruman and
Eleanor Riseman ISG
president is Rose Homer.
OAK PARK Masonic
Lodge recently celebrated
its 25th anniversary at
Temple Beth El with
memories of when the first
several meetings were held
in William Stahl's Hun-
tingtrin Woods basement
until a permanent meeting
home was found at Berkley
Masonic Temple ...
Past Master Lou Melton
and Dave Cooper had the
original idea of a new
Masonic lodge in this area a
year before Bill came along
... but Oak Park Lodge's
"Mister Stahlwart" for so
many years as secretary,
went to Grand Lodge in
Grand Rapids with a couple
of other brothers and
brought back a charter.

STACY JO KAHN,
daughter of Harvey and
Susan Kahn, recently had
her Bat Mitzva at Beth
Achim . . . and at the brunch
following Saturday morn-
ing services, she thanked
her parents in song ... a
parody Stacy wrote to "You
Needed Me" ... Grandma
Frances Weinberg says it
was the first time she had
seen Harvey and Susan cry
... and thankful that it was
with happiness.
_BNAI BRITH now has a
chapter, the first in this
area, for ages averaging 30
to 55 and a goal of having
fun ... Bnai Brith Singles
will be chartered in October
. .. Anyone interested in
info or getting on the mail-
ing list can call Ralph Mil-
ler at 559-3200 : . "It's for

men or women who want to
enjoy the many programs
and activities offered and
still maintain the indi-
vidualism they desire," says
Betty Cohen.
REUNION DEPT. .
Oak Park grads of '71 to-
morrow at Troy Hilton ...
Mumford High classes of '61
(Jan., June & August), Nov.
28 at-Michigan Inn, call
Babs Rosenthal Leib, 682-
6272, or Judy Schultz An-
cell, 968-4923 . . Oak Park
High grads of '61, Nov. 28,
at Porter Street Station, call
Janice Hoffman Yourofsky,
398-7285, Dodie Pasman
Harris, 553-4166 or Carolle
Baskin Hampson, 542-8726
. 51st Reunion of North-
ern High January and
June classes of '31, tenta-
tive date May 15, 1982 at
Michigan Inn Contiict
Seymour Fabrick, Vogue
Shoes, 3660 S. Hill Sti,"Los
Angeles, Calif. 90007'1213)
232-8191.

LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears.. .

AUG. 2, 1946 ...

Lewis, the handsome
personality-plus of the win-
dow display trade, looks
back on a time table of 28
that would more than qual-
ify as a Ripley eye-opener
. Sol was inducted into

service, June 28, 1943 ...

landed in France on his
birthday, Nov. 28, 1944 ...
and joined the 5th Division,
Dec. 28 . .. He was wounded
and captured at Luxem-
bourg, Jan. 28; -1945
survived five tortuous days
of marching from one POW
camp to another and his
60th day of captivity was
marched on March 28 ...
Following his rescue, an
anxious journey home, he
finally arrived in New York
on April 28 ... His Purple
Heart came by mail and was
delivered Jan. 28, 1946 ...
Exactly one year from the
day he was wounded and
captured ... P.S. Sol will be
28 years old on his next
birthday!" -
MAY 22, 1970 . . "Little
Joyce Goldin, 4-year-old
daughter of Allan and Har-
riet Goldin, came tearfully
to her mother, last week,
with the complaint,• 'How
can4 button my dress when
the button is in the back and
I'm in the front?' ".
APRIL 5, 1974 ... "His
two grandsons spent recent
evening with Eli Springer
.. Richard, 11, and Ronald,
6, sons of daughter Elayne
Levitsky . Eli gave each 'a
new half dollar ... and
Richard said, 'Poppa, you
don't have to pay us to spend
the night with you."

HIAS intervened on be-
half of immigrants from the
Ottoman Turkish Empire
and France, in 1915, and se-
cured their right tosernain
in the United States by
pledging that the new arri-
vals would not become pub-
lic charges.

Mike Boren, the Univer-
sity of Michigan's sopho-
more football linebacker
from Columbus, Ohio who
was featured in The Jewish
News recently, was named
defensive player of the
game on Saturday after
U-M's 25-7 victory over
Notre Dame.
Boren made eight solo
tackles and assisted on two
others to win the donation of
a $1,000 scholarship in his
name to U-M by Chevrolet
Division of General Motors.

Classes Set
for Retarded

The Ferndale-Oak Park
Continuing Education Pro-
gram has opened a class for
mentally retarded which
meets 6:30 p.m. Monday
and Wednesday evenings at
Ferndale High School.
There is no charge.
For information, call
Ferndale-Oak Park Con
tinuing Education, 542-
2535; or instructor Fay
Kritzer, 356-0497.

Named to Society

Dr. Bruce Dubin, has
joined the Society of Fellows
of the National Jewish Hos-
pital and Research Center
in Denver, Colo.

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Mon., Sept. 28, as usual
Reopening Thurs., 6 a.m.
Wed., Oct. 7 at 3 p.m.
Reopening Fri., Oct. 9, 6 a.m.

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Closed Mondays

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