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December 31, 1982 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-31

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Danny Raskin's

Detroit News columnist and
radio personality, is now
also on television ... twice a
week . . . Tuesdays and
Thursdays . . . with a seg-
ment at end of Channel 2 6
p.m. news called "Slice of
Life" . . . just preceding Dan
Rather and the national
scene.
His diversification is pre-
tty much as George's excel-
lent column . . . fluidly writ-
ten so interestingly about
everything.
Last Tuesday, his televi-
sion bit was regarding the
closing of Tweeney's .. .
talking with three restau-
rant owners (Irving's,
where the sequence was
also taped, a coney island
and a pizza place) who told
about their own products,
inferring that Yvonne Gill
wouldn't have gone out if
she had served their food.
Versatile George has
been a sports writer, travel
writer . . . and presently a
feature columnist . . . He
can pen just about any sub-
ject imaginable . . . except
perhaps, cryptography .. .
and we're not sure he can't
do thaf too.
CONGRATS . . . to
Sarah Horenstein . . . on her
98th 'birthday .. cele-
brated with a party in Sac-
ramento, where she resides
. . . Sarah still lives alone
and takes care of herself.
TWO PEOPLE who've
made their lives a devotion
toward helping others are
retired furrier Harold and
wife Ede Black . . . Their
thankful efforts are numer-
ous . . . and much ap-
preciated.
Harold and Ede assist the
residents of Borman Hall,
Jewish Home for the Aged,
Franklin Club and Prentis
Manor . . . They take the
sightless for walks, shop-
ping and keep the elderly
folks company.
He leads religious serv-
ices and sings in the choir at
High Holidays . . . While
Rabbi Noah Gamze at
Downtown Synagogue was
on vacation, Harold took
charge and did the services
. . . He's done the same at
Cong. Beth Shalom . . . and
has repeatedly been hon-
ored at ongei Shabat by the
residents of Franklin Club
Apartments for his services.
Harold says his greatest
accomplishment was per-
forming and leading serv-
ices at three synagogues in
one day . . . Shaharit,
Minha and'Maariv . . . plus
being master of ceremonies
at a Siyum Hatorah.
JEAN HOLLANDER is
president of Southfield Art
Council's Festival 2001 set
for May 20-22 . . . at South-
field Civic Center on Ever-
green.
Commitment of $15,000
comes from Mickey Maros,
owner of two Southfield
McDonald's . . . with food
promo toward raising the

money to purchase a piano
for cultural arts and South-
field Public Library.
Ethnic booths, arts and
crafts booths, children's art
center, entertainment from
ethnic to square to folk to
symphony to clowns, bal-
loons, animal farm, etc. is
on the agenda.
CONGRATS . to Min-
nie and Abraham
Schiffman . . . on their 37th
anniversary.

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