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August 06, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Caspi Appointed

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

HERE'S AN UN-
USUAL sort of celebration
. . . and why not? . . . David
Burnstein recently feted the
first anniversary of his
heart bypass surgery with a
surprise given by wife Ellen
. . . She had an eight-
\passenger limousine pick
/ them up . . . plus Ethel and
Sallan Lurie, Babe and Ken
Zupke and Marilyn and
John Klein.
They went to the race
track for dinnner, then cof-
fee and dessert . . . and a
stop at the Huntington
Woods police station for a
chilled champagne toast
there . . . (Ellen had made
previous arrangements
with the cooperative police).
"Twas a fine evening for
all . . . plus one more stop
. . . bag of bagels, cream
cheese and morning paper
for Sunday brunch.
SANFORD WOLOK of
Hallmark Underwriters,
recently moved his business
to a new building in Royal
Oak . . . When father Nate
Wolok came to see the new
office, he immediately put
mezzuzas on the door
frames as is the Jewish cus-
tom . . . The gentile girls
working for Sandy, think-
ing they meant good luck,
went to put them on doors at
their homes.
GET WELL WISHES
. to former Detroiter Shir-
ley Please . . . at Miami
Heart Institute in Miami
Beach, Fla. . . . Husband
Meyer Was recently re-
leased from the same hospi-
tal.
ERIC WEISS, a nine-
year-old camper at Camp
Tamarack in Brighton last
month, was worried about
the state of the economy
while having a good time at
camp . . . Eric's four-
sentence note to his father,
Calvin, who owns a
machinery business, said he
was having a great time,
mentioned that he had a lit-
tle stomachache, and
stated, "Here is something
for you if you are not selling
machinery."
Enclosed was a folded $1
bill.
CHANCE TO CLEAN
house . . . Don't dust or
clean some of those things
lying around . . . Give them
away and get a tax decution
. . . Donations of materials
are still very much neeeded
(furniture, small
appliances, radios, TVs,
household items, just about
\ • anything) . . . for the rum-
mage sale by Temple Israel
Sisterhood . . . Aug. 15-16, 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. . . . Call Tem-
ple Israel, 661-5700 for pic-
kup.
CONGRATS ... to
Harry Dubbs . . . on his
birthday . . . He's Mollye's
darling.
PROUD PARENTS are
Marilyn and Nate Peiss.
Daughter Beverly, a senior
at Michigan State Univer-
sity, was elected national

Friday, August 6, 1982 21

president of Omicron Nu
National Honor Society for
Human Ecology . . . Other
daughter, Marla, recently
represented Michigan
BBYO at CLTC Camp in
Wisconsin.
BROTHER AND
—SIS-
TER combination were in
recent graduation class at
Michigan State U . . . David
Cohen got his BA in tele-
communications
Anita Cohen received a BS
in consumer research and
protection . . . They are the
children of Betty Cohen . . .
and Sidney H. Cohen.
CAMP TANUGA post
camp 30-year anniversary
is four days and three nights
of activities . . . Sept. 3-6 . . .
Reservations deadline is
tomorrow . . . Call Mark
Blumenthal, 353-4353 . . .
or after six, 557-8905.
WEIGHT LOSS DEPT.
... almost 180 pounds gone
between them is proud
claim by Larry Benderoff
(over 50 pounds), wife Be-
verly (over 40 pounds) and
daughter Andrea (about 85
pounds).
FAMILY REUNION . . .
Rosenthal, Radner, Op-
penheim . . . is Sept. 12, 12
noon, at Jewish Center in
West Bloomfield . . . The
Rosenthals, known as the
"Original Rosenthals,"
came to Detroit in 1859
from Poland . . . Mary and
Mendel Rosenthal were the
first to settle here . . . and
the family is written about
in the Detroit Historical Li-
brary as one of the first
Jewish settlers.
As many relations as
possible are trying to be
contacted . . . Call Gail and
Jerome Beale, 352-6534, or
Estelle Tabak, 355-3572.

Concerts Planned
in Southfield

The Stan Adamus Or-
chestra will be the featured
entertainment at the free
concert 7 p.m. Sunday at the
Prudential Town Center,
sponsored by the Southfield
Cultural Arts Division.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Jimmy Wilkins and his or-
chestra will perform in a
free concert at the Pruden-
tial Town Center, also spon-
sored by the city of South-
field.

Concert in Park
Tuesday Evening

The New McKinney's
Cotton Pickers Jazz Band
will perform in concert at
the Oak Park Shepherd
Park at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
In case of rain the concert
will be held in the Oak Park
High School Auditorium.
Admission is free. Spec-
tators should bring lawn
chairs.

The salvation of mankind
lies only in making every-
thing the concern of all.

RAMAT GAN — Zvi
Caspi, former Consul Gen-
eral of Israel in Montreal
and New York, has been ap-
pointed special assistant to
the president of Bar-Ilan
University, Rabbi Emanuel
Rackman.

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