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28 Friday, August 21, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Symphony to Hold Auditions

Danni Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

JERRY ARONOFF,

dental doc, was so thrilled at
hitting a hole-in-one re-
cently . . . he went out and
bought wife Alicia a Mer-
cedes station wagon! .. .
Jerry got the hole-in-one
on Tam - 0 - Shanter Coun-
try Club's ,167-yard 11th
hole, using a four iron .. .
while playing with Steve
Paul, Phil Katz and Larry
Rothenberg.
IT WAS AT Maxine
Sheldon's gift shop on
Livernois, 1958 or 1959,
that the first Brandeis Used
Book Sale was held . . . in
her little courtyard ..
Then in Highland Park
stores until Northland's
Special Events Center ..
where the gals stayed until
being allowed to use a tent.
Through rain and floods,
the booksale took place
every Labor Day Weekend
. . Then came the first one
(1976)
.
at Tel-12 Mall, where
it will again be held this
year . . . Sept. 1-7.
The sale is under supervi-
sion of Shirley Goldman,
Josephine Mellin and Es-
telle Robinson ... Flora
Winton is co-ordinator .. .
and new president of the
Greater Detroit Chapter of
Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee.

SAM ROSENBERG,

still an active barrister, will
be honored, at a black tie
banquet, Sept. 23, in Cobo
Hall . for 50 years in the
law profession.
The next day, he and wife
Sylvia will attend graduat-
ing class of 1932 Detroit
College of Law reunion at
Fairlane Club in Dearborn.

70th ANNIVERSARY

dinner-dance by City of
Hope, Greater Detroit
Chapter, is Sept. 11 at Wes-
tin Hotel downtown .. .
cocktails at 7 and dinner at
8 . . It's the group's major
fund raiser of the year ...
Comic Mortie Gunty and
Fenby - Carr ork will
entertain . . . Herb Rechter
is president of the group.

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to William Stahl . . . sec-

retary of Oak Park Masonic
Lodge . . . recuperating
after surgery at Henry Ford
Hospital.
TOPPING ON CAKE to
over 30 years of golfing was
hole-in-one by Jerry Ag-
ranove . . . into cup of 179-
yard seventh hole on the red
course at Godwin Glenn
Golf Club . . . Jerry scored
his ace using a three iron .. .
in a foursome with Buddy
Nathanson, Mary Warren
and Lou Brown.
24 YEARS AGO in the
basement of her Oak Park
home, Shirley Friedman be-
came the first discounter of
designer names in the fash-
ion industry . . . Company
was called "Personally
Yours."
She'll put on that "Prin-
cess and The Pea" wearable
art fashion showing (trunk
show) Sept. 8-10 . . . at Ray

& Ida's in Applegate Square
on Northwestern Hwy . .
All .the clothing will be
one-of-a-kind ... This type
of show is usuall
y done in a
gallery, not a fashion
boutique . . . but although a
different concept, it is still
high fashion and a thrill for
Shirley to be involved
again.

BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to Jack Freed

. . . on number 50.

DR.
MICHAEL
WAYNE'S 30th birthday

at Town Center
will be a memorable one ..
Ron Jackson and the
Wife Lori gave him a novel
surprise_ party... after People's Creative Ensemble
hand-delivering cle
ver invi- will perform on Sunday at 7
tations , to their closest p.m. outside the Prudential
friends . . . They were Town Center:
The-free concert will con-.
bottles of champagne with a
balloon attached and writ- sist of popular jazz, rhythm
ing on it, "Pop me" . . . This • and blues, and Big Band
the guest had to do before tunes.
Spectators may bring
the surprise invitation in-
blankets or lawn chairs. For
side could be read.
The friends were picked information, call the South-
up by chauffered limousine field Cultural Art Division,
. . . Waiting in the car was 354-4717.
their favorite cocktail . . . A
progressive dinner was
planned for the evening .. .
Restaurant & Pizzeria
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
10511 W. 1 MILE RD.
at the home of Mike's par-
AT MENDOTA
ents, Larry and_Marilyn
Wayne . . . dinner at Dimit-
ri's of Southfield . . . and
dessert and dancing at An-
thony's of Sheraton - Oaks
Hotel, Novi.
- THE PRICE IS RIGHT
In between courses were
TIT PAYS TO COME
stops to play Pac Man and
OVER!
miniature golf . . . two of
864-8553
‘.,
Mike's favorite pastimes.

ROCKY'S'

SERVING THE
BEST FOOD
IN TOWN

CALL RALPH MIL-
LER for more info . . . about

the city-wide Bnai Brith Pre
- Yom Kippur -Dance, Sept.
25, at Temple Beth El .. .
559-3200 . . . Fenby - Carr
six:Piece ork will play.
GAL WHO DID such a
beautiful job of interior de-
corating at Jonathan's
Total Image Salon For Men
in Boardwalk, Orchard
Lake .Rd. and 14 Mile, is
Sheila Weinbaum.
CONGRATS . . . to / Sol
and Bess Rosenman . . . on
their -52nd anniversary.
MAX RUl3INhas rows of
filled liquor bottles on his
mind . . . He almost spent
the night looking- at them.
. . . When Dick LaCombe
locked up Jakks on Green-
field and 10 Mile last Friday
nite, Max was still in the re-
stroom . . . Phone call
reached wife Aggie before
Dick got home . . . and Dick
turned around to let Max
out . . . almost 4:30 in the
morning.
ERRATA . . . That "50
Plus Or Minus" Reunion is
for Northern High . . . not
Central -High . May 20,
1983 at Michigan Inn .. .
It'll take in anybody
graduating from Northern
in the 1920s or 1930s.

Art Commission

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Jewish Federation
Council has established a
Commission on the Arts for
the Los Angeles area.

NOW OPEN!

The Metropolitan Youth Sept. 11 at Southfield-
Symphony will hold audi- Lathrup High School.
tions for its three orchestras
Leif Bjaland, associate
conductor of the Flint Sym-
Actors Alliance
phony, will conduct the
Presents Play
youth orchestra for high
The Tony Award Win- school students. Douglas
ning play, "Rosencrantz and Bianchi, director of instru-
Guilderstern are Dead," mental music at L'Anse
will be presented by the Ac- Creuse High School, will
tors Alliance Theater Corn- lead the concert orchestra,
pang of Southfield begnning composed of Middle School
Sept. 24 at the Lycee Inter- students, and Judith Culler
national, 30800 Evergreen, will direct a string or-
chestra composed of stu-
Southfield.
Performances
are dents in grades three-five.
Three concerts and a
scheduled for Fridays and
Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. and mid-winter scholarship
Sundays at 6:30 p.m. For competition are planned for
tickets and information, the 1982-1983 season. For
contact the theater, 642- further information, con-
tact Marthanne Stefanko,
1326.
591-1408; or La Ree Farrar,
Sunday Concert 352-8798.

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