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May 14, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-14

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28 Friday, May 14, 1982

1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Art Exhibited
in Southfield

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

14.
golfer receives a "Jewish
Open" cap and windbreaker
. . . In articles and hooks
about Alex Karras, actor
and former Detroit Lions
football star, the authors
refer to him always wearing
his "Jewish Open" cap
around the house.
The name "Jewish Open"
was started by non-Jewish
participants at early out-
ings . . . and the name has
stuck.
It is interesting to note
that over the 25 previous
years' history of the Bale
Post Golf Outing, statis-
tics show 65 percent of all
the people attending
were not Jewish . . . Bale
Post has always felt that
this event has been in-
strumental in disseminat-
ing goodwill between the
Jewish and non-Jewish
communities . . . an aura
of comradeship and
friendship, which can be
greatly achieved on a golf
course . . . or some other
field of athletic endeavor.
There's still room . . .
call Mary Weinstein . . .
business, 491-0550 . . . or
home, 683-2929.
ART EXHIBIT by Di-
mona and Israel Chapters,
Pioneer Women/Naamat,
art exhibit and auction, is
tomorrow night at Gallery
Art Center on W. 12 Mile
Rd. . . . Refreshment pre-
view 8 to 9 p.m. . . . art auc-
tion at 9.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "Re-
cently attended a Bar
Mitzva in Las Vegas of Scott
Gorman, son of Pat and
former Detroiter Manny
Gorman . . . Detroit folks
who flew in for the visit
were . . . Mickie Ambrose,
Sid and Bertha Gold, Dina
Gold, Jodi Gorman (sister),
Sam Gorman (uncle), Les-
ter, Gertrude and Marsha
Yollick (aunt, uncle and
cousin) and Rose Harris
(grandmother).
"Former Detroiters from
Los Angeles were . . . Joan
Felsot, Sylvia Bellemy and
Dr. Lionel and Perry
Katchem. Dinner was at
Frontier Hotel, where Pat is
hostess at the buffet. It was
a - fabulous reunion of
friendship and family and
we talked about Detroit,
Central High and Dexter."

HE WAS HER first and
only blind date . . . She was
15 years old . . . he 17 years
old . . . Four years later,
Ted Pines and Lenore Gray
planned a June wedding.
But all was not as 200 in-
vited guests had hoped . . .
with visions of beautiful
Lenore in the handmade
wedding gown she never got
to wear.
Ted was stationed in
Florida with the Army Air
Corps . . . and Lenore went
to be with him on his 21st
birthday . . . May 17, 1942,
in the Miami Beach study of
Rabbi Zwitman, with his
wife as witness, they were
married in an elopement
. . . and lived in Miami
Beach for two years . . .
Ted then went to war in
Europe and Lenore re-
turned to Detroit . . . He
came home in 1945 and
they've resided here ever
since, raising a family of
three boys.
The love story continues
. . . as Ted and Lenore will
celebrate their 40th an-
niversary tomorrow . . .
with a party given for them
at Little Harry's by son Les
and Annette Pines and son
Lee and Andrea Pines.
AFTER FIVE WEEKS
of hospitals, traction,
pinched nerves, etc., Shirlee
Iden is back at her own
Southfield Eccentric desk
. . . "As much as I'd like to
thank each and every one of
the multitude of nice folk
who called, wrote, sent
flowers and cards and ex-
pressed their sympathy
with my painful plight,"
says Shirlee, "I'm afraid if I
tried I'd knock my left arm
out of commission again
(that's affected by the
pinched netve). Their good
wishes and the chicken soup
and pillows my mom fol-
lowed me around with have
made a difference. I'm
gonna give the world a try
— and I love them all."
15th ANNUAL Games
Nite by Mr. and Mrs. Group,
City of Hope, is June 15 at
Roma's of Bloomfield on
Telegraph . . . Chairmen
are Iry Pitt and Marty
Simon . . . Ticket head is
Hy Blackman, 545-3364.
BIRTHDAY ' CON-
GRATS . . . to window
Joan Felsot
washing wit Allen Schwartz
22231 Burbank Blvd.
. . . on number 50.
Woodland Hills, Calif. 91367
26th ANNUAL golf out-
THIS SUNDAY is 14th
ing by Bale Post, Jewish annual concert of Oak Park
=War Veterans, is set for Civic Chorus, 8 p.m. at Oak
June 1 at Bay Pointe Coun- Park High . . . Tuesday
try Club . . . with proceeds evening is when Jack
as always benefiting dis- Mann and Herman Osnos
abled American war vete- get 50-year pins from
rans and their dependents Knights of Pythias Lodge 55
. . . Each year, since the at Castle Hall on Coolidge
first outing started by Joe in Berkley . . . No meeting,
Bale and Irving "Pete" so everyone is invited.
Yura, the Bale Post Golf
Outing has given a college
Happy he who is brave
education to deserving and
enough to push on another
needy students.
It is always filled to stage of the journey, and
capacity (dinner, rest where there are "living
entertainment, etc.) . . . springs of water and three-
and for many years each score and ten palms."

.

The art work of the South-
field High Schools will be
displayed in the lobby of the
Southfield Civic Center
Gallery, Parks and Recrea-
tion Building, Monday
through May 24.
Exhibited will be prints,
commercial art, crafts,
jewelry and ceramics.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

Soviet Film

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Soviet television is prepar-
ing a film on Zionism and
the relationship of the
Jewish people to the state of
Israel, according to the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion.

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