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December 18, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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36 - Friday, December 18, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Concert Set at Borman Hall

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IF YOU WANT
STREET directions, don't
ask Harry Satchwell . . . but
for another well organized,
informative "Meet, Eat &
Enjoy" (number seven), he
and Mary Conway have the
best . . . It's only $4.95 this
year . . . with menus galore,
selected restaurant reports,
informative reading, etc.
. . . a recommended perfect
gift item . . . and available
at J.L. Hudson's and most
book stores.
PROOFREADER
GOOF . . Those three res-
taurants in Ann Arbor,
Maude's, Real Seafood Co.
and Mantles, are owned by
Dennis Serras (Mike Gib-
bons is partner with Dennis
at Mantles) . . . not Dieter
Boehm . . . The three gents
recently opened D. Denni-
son's Seafood Tavern on 12
Mile just west of Orchard
Lake Rd.
LEAH MARKS is at it
again . . . this time the very
fine fashion show coor-
dinator will have a designer
looksee . . . among Japanese
and Cantonese food . . . at
Wing Hong on Orchard
Lake Rd. and 14 Mile Rd.
. . . this Saturday evening,
7:30 p.m.
Her recent Monday night
show at Excalibur was a
whopper . . . wall-to-wall
people dining, drinking and
watching the strolling
women's designer garments
from Metro Shop and
Bricker Furs.
CONGRATS . . . to
Jimmy and Kay Saperstein
. . . on their 50th anniver-
sary . . . The half-century of
togetherness has been very
kind to these good friends
and fine people whose love
for life is ever abundant.
TOM CARLSON is the
new director of catering at
Northfield Hilton in Troy.
CHUCK MITCHELL in
a special concert will be pre-
sented by Folktown, Dec.
26, 8 p.m., at Southfield
Civic Center Parks and
Recreation Bldg.
ERRATA . . . Correct
spelling of good evening
hostess at Dr. Doodle's on
Grand River and 10 Mile, is
Ruth Schechter.
BECAUSE OF early
holiday closing Dec. 24,
Louie Marr Quartet with
songstress Sharon Williams
at Al's Scotch 'n Sirloin,
Tames Couzens at Green-
ield, will do an afternoon
tint for dancing . . . 4 p.m.
o 9 p.m.
LOOKING BACK On
iolumns of Yesteryears .. .
June 19, 1970 . . . "Watch
out world! Debbie Partrich,
whose sweet 16 party was at
Franklin Hills Wednesday,
will soon be getting her
driver's license . . . And
even mother Edith refuses
to be the first one to drive
with her." . . . (Edith now
enth Heaven Ltd. in
has Sev
Hunters Square).
June 19, 1970 . . . "Where
was Charlie Robinson at the

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The fourth annual
Franklyn W. McAfee
Memorial Concert will be
held 3 p.m. Sunday at Bor-
man Hall — Jewish Home
for the Aged.
The concert is being pre-
sented by his daughter,
pianist Jocelyn Krieger,
and will feature violinist
Susan Feldman who will
perform Mozart's Sonata
No. 4 in E minor for Violin
and Piano and a Krieger-
Feldman arrangement of
selections from "Fiddler on
the Roof."
Also on the program will
be Avrohom Krieger, who
will sing Hasidic melodies.
Yaakov Krieger will join his
brother in a duet.
Shoshana Krieger will

recent testimonial for bar-
rister Milton Hubert by
Knights of Pythias 55, even
though he had already
bought his ticket? . . . Char-
lie had to stay at his station
to fix a fuel pump for Judge
Charles Kaufman . . .
Where was Judge Kauf-
man? . . . He was guest
speaker at the dinner for
Milt!" . . . (Charlie Robinson
now has the Shell station on
Nine Mile and Greenfield.)
June 19, 1970 . . . "In-
teresting bit about Milt
Hubert is his ducks and Appointment Hit
mallards serenity sessions
JERUSALEM (JNI) —
at Palmer Park . . . He goes Israeli newspapers have
there almost every week, criticized the appointment
feeds the waddlers tidbits of an Israeli living in the
and talks in Hebrew to them U.S. as "personal aide for
. . . Jules Sanders some- defense exports, military
times goes with Milt and re- aid and special ties" to De-
cently suggested they visit fense Minister Ariel Sha-
the ducks at Cranbrook .. . ron.
`They're too high 'falutin,'
Arye Ganger is now a
said Milt later. 'They re- U.S. citizen living in New
fused to eat my tidbits!' "
York. The newspapers
July 3, 1970 . . . "Scene 'n asked whether Ganger
Heard . . . among the over would be looking out only
600 strong crowd that hon- for Israel's welfare.
ored Philip Slomovitz at his
testimonial celebrating the Music Program
50th anniversary of the
Jewish National Fund in for Patients
Detroit . . . Sidney Forbes
A musical program for
looking to make sure people the patients at the Far-
didn't see him take a spill (of mington Nursing Home will
food, that is) . . . Land de- be held 1 p.m. Monday.
veloper partner Maurice
Presenting the program
Cohen and wife Margo will be Frieda Brenner, voc-
radiant in the look of fresh alist; Evelyn Berger, vio-
youth . Norman Cottler linist; and Rose Mash Mor-
proud that he could buy gan, piano accompanist.
three tables for 'my friend, Admission is free.
Phil' . . . The owner of De-
xter - Davison Market has /George and Maria
never forgotten his little
Golematis
fruit market on Dexter and
ARE THE NEW -
Davison when money was
OWNERS OF
hard to come by.
"Kerry and Al Stutz tel-
ling Lillian Hastings of the
Royal Oak Tribune how
they built their home in
Restaurant
Huntington Woods 18 years
25920 Greenfield at Lincoln
ago because they couldn't
Oak Park
find that up-and-coming
I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 1
community called Oak
Mos.-Fri. 6-9, Sat. 6-3, S.,. 8-3
Park! . . . Dapper CPA Sam
BREAKFAST SPECIAL
Geller wearing one of those
Mon.-Sat. 6-11, Sun. 8-11
new-fangled shirts that go
2 EGGS
with any color, and cuff
W/Toast & Jelly
links with his initials in
Hebrew . . . JNF Executive
DINNER
SPECIALS FROM 2 p.m
Director Percy Kaplan's
SENI011 tr9IZENS
and Sarah's son Danny tak-
ing pictures all over the
place . . . 'Barry has nothing
on me,' says Dan, whose
brother is one of America's
foremost young photo-
graphers.
Presents
"Judge George Kent tel-
ling about the two taxis
banging into each other in
front of the Statler - Hilton
Hotel . . . `Wotzamatter?'
hollared the driver of one.
`Ya blind?' . . . The other
"The Great Entertainer"
promptly countered, 'Blind?
FRI. & SAT.
I hit ya, didn't I?' "

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read poetry selections writ-
ten by her late grandfather,
who was an organist and
music teacher.
Jocelyn
Krieger's
piano pupils will com-
plete the concert. They
are: Adam Baron; Esther
Ehrenreich; Sarah
Eisenberger; Elana Gel-
berman; Devora Karbal;
Shoshana Krieger; Leah,
Golda and Shifra Lieber-
son; Dina Nusbaum;
Adina Rosenzweig,
Chani and Rachel
Krause; Estee and Gitee
Silverstein, and Raizel
Simcha.
The concert will be re-
peated at Prentis Manor
7:30 p.m. Jan. 3. The public
is invited to both perfor-
mances.

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