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February 18, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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Friday, February 18, 1983 33 --


Russian, American to Share elmw ZIGGY BELA TRIO
Israeli Mathematics Prize

Danny Raskin's


Franklin was here today,
he would have been mighty
proud of the giant steps
made by those Intercongre-
gational Dinners by men's
clubs of Metropolitan De-
troit . . . What he started 50
years ago as rabbi of Temple
Beth El has grown far be-
yond his wildest expecta-
tions . . . This is the only
area in the United States
and Canada where Reform,
Conservative and Orthodox
get together once a year to
enhance brotherhood of
It was only fitting that
the well over 400-attendee
Golden Anniversary should
be held recently at Temple
Beth El, who with Cong.
Shaarey Zedek started the
intercongregational dinner
meetings . . . Also apropos
was that the golden celebra-
tion should honor someone
who has attended every
dinner . . . all 50 . . . Profes-
sor Jason Tickton, musical
director at Temple Beth El.
Centerpieces of a
keyboard and a large gold
musical note were made by
Aid Kushner (what a great
first name for a guy who
helps so much) . . . Far-
mington Meadows Kosher
Catering furnished the fine
food . . . but the name
Rosenberg is more familiar
. . . Jeffrey, assisted by par-
ents Sarah and Al.
Next year's affair will
be at Adat Shalom, where
the Rosenbergs own their
culinary fires . . . Temple
Beth El, as Temple Israel,
is catered by Mark of Ex-
cellence ... Mark Stein,
Richard Zimmerman and
Frank Winton.
Jason is only the second
person ever to be given a
complimentary life mem-
bership in Temple Beth El
Brotherhood . . . presented
with plaque by Ray Abrams
. . . Ray and Dr. Felix
Rosenwach extreme advo-
cates of name tags being
worn on right side for easier
reading . . . Sy Singer look-
ing good minus 85 pounds
. . . Buddy Manson, 35 years
in composing room at De-
troit News, now a computer
instructor also there, show-
ing pits of five grandchil-
dren . . . the bonus for he
and Sarah.
Ben Stammel talking of
yesteryears . . . Iz Matlin
had builder Bob Canvasser
fix something at the old
Temple Beth El on Wood-
ward . . . and Bob became a
member . . . with picture on
plaque as builder of the
new, beautiful temple at
Telegraph and 14 Mile Rd.
Ben Maas reminiscing .. .
and telling of Rabbi Richard
C. Hertz coming to his
hometown of Kokomo, Ind.
as a student rabbi . . . With
hands on Jason, Rabbi
Hertz gave an absolutely
marvelous benediction .. .
Barrister Bernard Rosner
talking about Jason never
looking old . . . "Probably

1982 Wolf Foundation prize
in mathematics is to be
shared by an American and
a Russian, the Israel-based
foundation announced here.
Prof. Hassler Whitney, of
the Institute for Advanced
Studies at Princeton, N.J.
and-Prof. Mark Grigorevich
Krein, of the Institute of
Physical Chemistry of the
Ukrainian Academy of Sci-
ences in Odessa will share
the $100,000 prize to be
awarded by President Yit-
zhak Navon at a ceremony
in the Knesset in May.
Krein is the third Russian
mathematician to be
awarded the Wolf Prize.
While they have been
allowed to accept the award,
they have not been allowed
to leave the Soviet Union to
accept it in person. The
foundation is now trying to
obtain permission for Rus-
sians to accept the award at
a foreign embassy in Mos-
cow representing Israeli
Whitney is being hon-
ored for his work in
algebraic and differen-

because he plays the organ
and every part of him
Two women at dinner
. .. Mamie Tickton, who
Jason met while both
attended City College
(now Wayne) . . . and
Shirley Fink, president of
Temple Israel . . . Hardly
believable that Harley
Selling, head of technical
engineering at Ford
Motor Co. has been there
32 years . . . Albert
Maurice "blinding"
people with that gorge-
ous hunk of diamond on
his pinky . . . Rabbi Dan-
nel Schwartz of Temple
Beth El telling of young
11-year-old son Peter
saying, "Dad, now that
you're the head rabbi,
how come you don't have
more time?"
A tribute to accompanist
Rochelle "Shelly" Barr .. .
that she so ably accom-
panied Jerry Jarrett, called
at the last moment to re-
place the ill Rabbi Lewis IRS Institutes
Littman . . . Jarret played Tax Hot Line
"Fiddler On The Roof' four
Detroit area people with
years on Broadway, plus
tax questions can call a new
many other noted shows.
It took a real pro to put a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week tele-
program together so fast .. . phone recorded tax infor-
but more so, a wonderful ac- mation service provided by
companist like Shelly the Internal Revenue Serv-
Barr, who saw his music ice.
The recorded information
only an hour before . . . She
helped save the evening's service is available to tax-
entertainment portion .. . payers with pushbutton
The men who attended did telephones and has 141 in-
the rest in making it a won- formation tapes on tax sub-
jects including filing re-
derful affair.
CONGRATS DEPT. . . . quirements, itemized de-
to Reva Lederman on to- ductions, tax credits, de-
day's birthday . . . to Shel- pendents, and adjustments
don Lederman on his to income, according to the
candle-blowing tomorrow IRS.
To use Tele-Tax, call the
. . . to Beth Rosenman on
her 16th birthday Sunday local Tele-Tax number
with Sweet 16 party theme found in your tax package,
based on the movie "E.T." Tele-Tax brochure, or the
. . . To Sol and Fran Pens- "Taxpayers Guide to IRS In-
ker on their 35th anniver- formation and Assistance."
sary this Tuesday . . . to Optimist Clubs
Barbara Chernoff on recent
Sweet 16 birthday celeb at Hold Basketball
Giulio's in Hyatt Regency Skills Contest
Dearborn . . . To Judy Kop-
The Optimist Clubs of
boy on her birthday.
LITTLE WONDER that West Bloomfield and Keego
so many other fruit market Harbor along with Orchard
owners are coming to see Lake St. Marys will hold a
the new concept layout at basketball skill contest at
recently-opened Oak Farms Dombrowski Fieldhouse on
Fruit Market on Coolidge the grounds of St. Marys
just north of Nine Mile in Feb. 26.
The contest is composed of
Oak Park . . . The very wide
aisles and stacks upon three basic skills tests; pass-
stacks of fruits, vegetables, ing, shooting and dribbling.
dairy and plants are within Boys and girls will compete
a new concept, modernistic in six age groups, eight
through 13. There will be
Oak Farms is owned by trophies awarded to the first
Tim Collins, Vito Capizzi three winners in each age
and Matt Martin, combin- group.
For information, call Dale
ing 55 years of experience in
the produce business work- Richmond, 851-8100.
ing for others . . . and now
Cabaret Concert
themselves . . . Its over 300
The Scandinavian Sym-
different items are within
phony Orchestra will pre-
20,000 square feet . . .
sent its annual spring
10,000 selling area . . . and
cabaret concert, "Sounds of
10,000 storage area . . . that
the Silver Screen," 7:30 p.m.
formerly was the home for
March 4 at the Finnish Cul-
rolls and rolls of carpeting.
tural Center, 35200 W.
Oak Farms Fruit Market
Eight Mile, Farmington
has quietly become an
Hills. There is a charge.
overwhelming success.

tial topology and differ-
ential geometry. Krein is
honored for his "funda-
mental contributions to
functional analysis and
its applications."
The foundation prize in
chemistry for 1982 is to be
shared by Prof. George Pi-
mental, of the University of
California, for the discovery
of photodissociation and
chemical lasers, and Prof.
John Polanyi, of the Uni-
versity of Toronto, for his
studies of chemical reac-
tions envisaging the princi-
ples underlying the chemi-
cal laser.



Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

4222 Scond
Bet. Willi s & Canfield

Wine to Speak

Southeast Michigan
MENSA will present a lec-
ture by Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine of the Birmingham
Temple 8 p.m. Saturday at
the Southfield Civic Center
Parks and Recreation
Rabbi Wine will speak on
"Crisis in the Middle East:
The Palestinians and Other
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call MENSA,

Concert Set

The Detroit Chamber
Winds will present a con-
cert, "For Woodwinds
Only," 3 p.m. March 6 at St.
John's Episcopal Church,
Detroit. There is a charge.


Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.





the meastinq place

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menu changes weekly
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