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December 11, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, December 11, 1981

PTACH Holds Melave Malka
to Benefit Learning Disabled

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT WAS THE FIRST
time . . . but not the last .. .
as Iry and Sarah Pitt ..
and their two sons and
daughters-in-law Murray
and Ina and Barry and Jane
. . . and Irv's brother and
sister-in-law Al and Doris
Pitt . . . celebrated
Thanksgiving in a most un-
usual way . . . getting the
family members, second
cousins included, to know
each other.
Result was 82 relatives
and friends, some from At-
lanta, Ga.; Chicago, Ill.; and
North Miami, Fla.; meeting
at Tel-12 Mall, where two
buses took them on a mys-
tery trip . . . to a restaurant
for turkey dinner, dancing
and entertainment.
Even non-family mem-
bers who didn't have a place
to spend Thanksgiving were
invited . . . like the young
student from Israel among
others . . . He attends Uni-
versity of Michigan, taking
up Chinese because of an in-
sight feelirig that someday
Israel and China will do
much business together.
CONGRATS ... to Ruth
Lederman . . . on 18th
brithday.
THE GALS OF
Maimonides Medical Soci-
ety Women's Auxiliary will
be doing gift wrapping at
Tally Hall, Orchard Lake
Rd. and-14 Mile . . . Dec. 14
through Dec. 24 . . . help
raise funds for the
Maimonides medical scho-
larships and local commun-
ity projects.
BEST BET of The
Weekend . . . Hanuka Latke
Party and Variety Show .. .
Sunday, 7 p.m. . . . by Cong.
Bnai David Sisterhood and
Men's Club.
CONGRATS ... to Flor-
ence and Larry LoPatin .. .
on 31st anniversary . to
Sam and Barbara Press .. .
on anniversary number 35.
MAIL DEPT. ... "You
made the statement: 'Hold
onto your copper pennies.'
At this time, our bank . . .as
well as others, and super-
markets, are going through
a critical period of lack of
pennies. Coin collectors
know CERTAIN pennies
are worth saving, but the
rest will have no special
value."

Gert Cooper
American Savings
Southfield

GIFT ITEMS are al-
ready being collected for
Young Women of Jewish
National Fund's auction
being held March 28, 1982,
at Oakland Community
College, Orchard Ridge
campus on Orchard Lake
Rd. . . . Gifts will include
dinner At various restaur-
ants, a Caribbean vacation,
etc. . . . For gift donation
pickup, call Toby Chudnow,
661-1252, evenings; or
Donna Sklar, 477-3221.
TWO PEOPLE will be
going to the Super Bowl at
Pontiac Silverdome Jan. 24,
thanks to Sophie and Harry

Hoffman Chapter, City of
Hope . . . For more info, call
Henry Averbuch, 548-5678;
or Martin Bordoley, 355-
1722.
CALLING HERSELF
the "one-handed"
enamelist, Reva Lederman
will be at Temple Emanu-El
Art Show, today and tomor-
row.
IT WAS DIFFERENT
... not the kind of fashion
show one would expect to
see . . . In fact, more so, this
was a production revue .. .
with fashions by Block's
Clothes for men and Ray
and Ida for gals seemingly a
secondary thing.
Was held recently at
Block's in Orchard Mall,
Orchard Lake Rd. and 15
Mile . . . with runway foot-
lights . . . and 20 minutes of
disco music, cowboy music,
jazz rhythms, and very good
choreography.
Yes, it certainly was
something different . . . and
well-appreciated by. the
large crowd that stood for
the 20 minutes which went
by very fast . . . The people
seemed so entertained that
much of the emphasis was
on the models' antics rather
than the clothes . . . But this
is evidently a new fad in
fashion shows . . . Some
fads, however, never last too
long.
It was swell entertain-
ment . . . Thanks to Block's
for an enjoyable 20 minutes.
GET WELL WISHES
. to Dan Lyon . . . night
manager at Golden Mus-
hroom . . . at Outer Drive
Hospital, 26400 W. Outer
Drive, Lincoln Park., Mich
48146 . . . to U.S. postal gal
Betty Cohen . . . recovering
after fracturing a leg bone.
WHERE THEY ARE
... Aaron and Tonya
Slootsky . . . 9541 Sunrise
Lakes Blvd., Bldg. 130, Apt.
110 . . . Sunrise, Fla. .. .
(741-8876).
The phase three sector in
which they live at the condo
complex has a Michigan's
Club.
AT RECENT marriage
of Elissa Weingarden to
Michael Margulies, we er-
rored in mentioning team of
Rabbi Harold Loss, Rabbi
M. Robert Syme and Cantor
Harold ,Orbach . . . Marital
proclamation was made by
Rabbi Mayer Selikman of
Philadelphia, the Mar-
gulies family rabbi.

La Leche League
Meeting Planned

La Leche League of Oak-
field will meet to discuss
"Baby Arrives: The Family
and the Breastfed Baby"
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Caroline Loch,
13361 Winchester, Hun-
tington Woods.
New participants are
welcome. For information,
call Bonnie Topper, 398-
7456; or Liz Edelglass,
557-3247.

PTA-CH — Parents for
Torah for All Children —
will have a melave malka
8:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at the
LaMed Auditorium of the
main United Hebrew
Schools building. Italian
cuisine will be served.
The Shema Kolenu Or-
chestra will be featured at
the melave malka. There is
a charge. At 2:30 p.m. Jan.
10, there will be a children's
concert at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. "Uncle
Moishey and his Mitzva
Men" will entertain. There
is a charge.
Committee members
making arrangements
for the programs are:
Davida Cohen, Lyn Le-

569-7135

Complete

Carry-out

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yin, Ida Kleid, Phyllis
Koenigsberg, Sharon
Cohen, Chavie Friemark,
Michael Hocheiser and
Ada Moseson.
For
details,
call
Hocheiser, 968-8581; or
Mrs. Koenigsberg, 968-
7462.
Proceeds from the prog-
rams will benefit the
PTACH-sponsored learning
disabled classroom.

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Appetizers of Clams Casino and Oysters Rockefel-
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Will Begin Playing at
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