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May 06, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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Friday, May 6, 1983 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pro Mozart

It •

Annual Concert

Danny Raskin's

LISTEN!
POST

TONI SANTANGELO,

now at Antonio's of Italy, in
the Steve Petix Bldg. on
Southfield, just north of 13
Mile, is an unusually diver-
sified gal . . . 10 years ago,
she made up her mind .. .
after studying law, nutri-
tion, plants and dental
technician work . . . Her de-
cision to become a hair
stylist and barber was a
good one . . . she's among
the best now.
This isn't all, though .. .
Toni is also an aesthetician
(facials) . . . making her one
of the few female barbers
around who do all three .. .
taking courses from noted
hair dressers . . . and also
graduating cosmetology
school.
Antonio himself . . . who
opened Antonio's of Italy 12
years ago . . . is one of the
gents celebrities coming to
town want doing their hair.
Cute, dimpled, efficient
and capable Judy Glassman
Levine is a gal gents like to
have hold their hands .. .
for a manicure, too.
37th ANNUAL Golf Out-
ing (they also call it the
"Jewish Open") by Bale
Poet 474 of Jewish War
Veterans . . . is set for June
7 at Edgewood Country
Club . . . $75 (til May 15)
made out to JWV includes
breakfast, lunch, barbecue
steak dinner, open bar, golf
cart for 18 holes and 'un-
limited golf . . . Always
plenty of entertainment,
door prizes and gifts . . . For
reservation of a tee-off time
or more info, call Marvin
Weinstein . . . office 683-
1301, home 683-2929.
For non-golfers, dinner
only and open bar is $30 (til
May 15).
CONGRATS . . . to
Jeanette (mother) Goldberg
. . . and Madeline (daugh-
ter) Posner . . . on their
birthdays.
MIKE YELLEN, mem-
ber of Executive Ath-
letic Club in Traveler's To-
wer, was recent winner of
the "Canadian Molson Rac-
quetball Open" in Toronto
. . . Mike beat out world
ranked Marty Hogan (no. 1)
and Dave Peck (no. 2).
At the same time, brother
Shel Yellen won the Michi-
gan Racquet Association
Open Singles A tourney
held in Davison, Mich.
BILL OLSEN of Green-
world Lawn Spray dis-
cussed lawn maintenance,
fertilization and weed con-
trol as the first guest on
WCAR radio's "Plants and
People by Skandia" yester-
day morning . . . Sorry for
the typo . . . it was on at 8 to
9 a.m. . . . not p.m.
CONGRATS . . . to Al
Dickman . . . 100 people
helped celebrate his 70th
birthday at Buddy's Pizza
on Northwestern.

WATCH P.M. MAGA-
ZINE tonight at 7:30 p.m.

over Channel 2 . . . Fea-
tured will be Jonathon's Sa-

lon, on the Boardwalk, Or-
chard Lake Rd. south of
Maple . . . It'll show a com-
plete makeover on gent .. .
perm, haircut, massage, fa-
cial, manicure and pedi-
cure.

NORTHERN HIGH

50-year Plus or Minus reu-
nion of May 20 at Michigan
Inn . . . slated to be one of
the biggest, has even in-
spired the writing of a new
song called "Our Reunion"
written for this very special
occasion by David Taxe, a
25-year member of ASCAP.
He graduated Northern in
.1932 . . . has made his home
in Los Angeles since 1949
with wife Rose (Belsky) .. .
and is excited about meet-
ing old friends.
FIRST ANNUAL Golf
Outing by Temple Israel
Men's Club is May 24 at
Shenandoah Golf and Coun-
try Club . . . If you're calling
Mary Weinstein about the
Bale Post Jewish Open in
June, might as well find out
about Temple Israel's out-
ing . . . he's the guy to call
for both events.

CHARLIE MILAN,

better - known for
his generosity to Is-
rael, Bnai Brith and many
other important causes
than the ones that helped
make him noted in the
community . . . is learning
more than ever about his
popularity in the scores of
messages reaching him at
Sinai Hospital . . . where he
is recuperating from a seri-
ous illness . . . Charlie's
wife, Florence, says it is her
"nachas" that the joint roles
in many endeavors inspire
so much friendship.

DAVID
AFTER
HERMELIN was elected

president at the Shaarey
Zedek annual meeting, a
group of his friends and
family livened things up by
marching into the hall
wearing straw hats,
"President Hermelin" but-
tons and singing "Happy
Days Are Here Again" .. .
They presented Dave with a
booster chair so that he can
see the congregation better
when he sits on the bima
each Sabbath.
Leading the march were
Fred and Kathy Yaffe, Paul
and Marlene Borman, Ivan
and Linda Bloch, Wallace
and Marlene Handler, and
Joe Rose . . . plus Dave's
wife, Doreen, and children.
At a private dinner ear-
lier in the evening for
Shaarey Zedek officers and
board members, Bill Carroll
"roasted Hermelin for des-
sert."
About 90 people attended
the dinner . . . as Harvey
Weisberg stepped down
after two years as president
of Shaarey Zedek.
CONGRATS . . . to Bar-
bara and Ray Feinberg .. .
on their 32nd anniversary.
CONGRATS . . . to
Mitch Marks . . . on his 40th
birthday.

Jhe

Poetry Festival
at Book Cadillac

/60Mail

The seventh annual
The Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit will present Poetry Festival sponsored
its 24th anniversary concert by the Poetry Resource Cen-
3 p.m. May 15 at the Grosse ter of Michigan will be held
next weekend at the Book
Pointe War Memorial.
Marguerite Kozenn Cadillac Hotel in Detroit.
Chajes, founder and artistic
The 7:30 p.m. readings on
director of the Society, and May 13 and 14 will be open
Lawrence LaGore, its music to the public. There is a
director, will present a pro- charge. Henrietta Epstein,
gram honoring the 150th of Southfield, will chair the
birthday of Johannes festival.
Brahms.
For information on the
Participating artists will festival, call Mrs. Epstein,
be soprano Roma Riddell, 557-8290.
mezzo-soprano Kathleen
Segar, violinist Donald
Fischer, pianists Ruth `Fiddler' at Hillel
Burczyk, Cathy Stay and
The ninth grade class of
LaGore, and the Wayne -Hillel Day School will pre-
State University Chamber sent "Fiddler on the Roof' at
Singers under the direction 7 p.m. May 15 at the day
of Dr. Harry M. Langsford, school.
with Gerrie Ball at the
Tickets are available by
piano.
calling the school, 851-
For tickets, call Mrs. 2394, and at the door.
Ruth Alberts in Northville,
1-349-2592.

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