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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, July 1, 1983

Oak Park Tunfest' Features
Concerts, Athletic Events

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

WHEN DAVID AND
DOREEN Hermelin toss
an affair, it isn't news
anymore . . . so many words
have been written about
them, their parties and
sumptuous estate.
But few have a never-
before identity . . . Like the
recent one with Michigan
Cancer Foundation initiat-
ing its new Circle of Fellows
. . . Dave was at his usual
emcee best, overshadowing
everyone . . . including
actor Norman Fell, in town
to do a series of TV public
service commercials for
MCF . . . "It's tough follow-
ing someone like Dave
Hermelin," said Norman.
Harry Korman matched
whatever was raised this
evening . . . $50,000 .. .
Fred Yaffee was without
wife, Kathy . . . who did her
bit for the Lung Association
that same eve . . . judging a
beauty contest at Rooster-
tail . . . Iry Nusbaum looked
the most comfortable with-
out a tie . . . The Johnny
Trudell Top Brass six-piece
band was great.
Les Colburn never chang-
ing . . . still looking terrific
. . . Myron Steinberg a
suave gent . . . Brigette
Launce looking so very
beautiful as hubby Jimmy
tells of fishing every week
with Harold Sarko at
Harold's own lake . . . Un-
pretentious Doreen Herme-
lin the perfect hostess .. .
Marty Miller bemoaning
the tough golf course at
Wabeek.
--- First prize to Fred and
Kathy . . . vacation in condo
at Aspen, Colo. . . . second
prize to Ivan Bloch who has
a condo next to place he won
. . . and had someone else
draw the vacation . . . Ber-
nice Gershenson getting
third prize of three tennis
balls and a Moped . . . Bar-
bara Wiener winning 50
yards of indoor and outdoor
carpeting . . . Phil Minkin
winning a furry elephant.
Other prizes were trans-
portation and two tickets for
"Baby" on Broadway . . .
produced by Ivan Bloch .. .
and a luncheon cruise for 10
. . . Fathers and mothers
with picture of children -on
them won stuffed animals
... Grandparents with pic-
tures of grandchildren also
won.
Dave Hermelin sounded
like an auctioneer giving
them all away . . . and he's
good . . . so much so that
more than one person re-
marked, "He really made
this party!"
SOUTHFIELD-LATH-
RUP High Class of 1973
10-year reunion is set for
Aug. 27 . . . at the Rooster-
tail . . . For more info, call
Joan Chernoff, 626-1311; or
Debbi- (Rosen) Columbus,
661-0121.
GERSON INTERNA-
TIONAL president Joe
Gerson, ex-Detroiter and

AIMIMM7-

Cass Tech grad, is still a
crazy Detroit Tiger fan .. .
This year he came "home"
just to see his old heroes,
Hank Greenberg and Char-
lie Gehringer, have their
uniform numbers retired
. . . (plus a double-header
win thrown in for good
measure).
He is so proud of his Ti-
gers, Joe brought with him
from Fort Wayne as his
guests, son Daniel, office
manager Esther Grossman,
her son Jeff and operations
manager Joyce Osborne .. .
"Joe also invited a handful of
Detroit relatives to attend.
Before the game, he took
his out-of-town guests on a
tour of the old neighbor-
hood, Linwood, Dexter, 12th
Street, and a stop at his be-
loved Cass Tech High.
BIG BASH for Bagley
Elementary 20-year reu-
nion for 1963 eighth grade
grads is July 9 . . . at Nifty
Norman's . . : Next day after
stuffing selves from a ham-
burger bar and ice cream
bar . . . plus Nifty Norman
disc jockey, etc., the 33-34-
year-olds who graduated
high school in 1967 and
their Bagley teachers will
gather for an 11:30 family
picnic at Southfield Civic
Center.
Softball game is slated for
1 p.m. and babysitters have
been hired to supervise
games for three-years-and-
older kiddies so moms and
dads can reminisce together
. . . For last minute info call
Barbara Wool, 855-9438.
MAIL DEPT.... "Mem-
ory takes me back to the
early '40s from -Brady
School. Sander Levin, Larry
Silverman and myself used
to delight in playing around
with young Carl Levin."

Ben "Benji" Malin

Benji's Soleful Shoes
15301 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, Calif. 91403

(His card reads, "Benji
Malin, Arlene's husband.")
FROM WORKING in
the steel industry to barris-
ter . . . that's the jump of
Joseph Stewart, who opened
his law office on Greenfield
in Oak Park.
CONGRATS ... to Max
and Fanny Tannenhaus . . .
on their 70th anniversary
. . . Also to Fanny . . . on her
90th birthday.

Bar-Ilan Officer

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Melvin L. Libman has been
appointed executive vice
president of the American
operation of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity.
Rabbi Libman, former
assistant executive vice
chairman of. the United
Jewish Appeal, will direct
all activities in the U.S., in-
cluding field offices in
Chicago, Detroit, Los
Angeles and Miami as well
as the U.S. headquarters in
New York.

Steve King and the Dit-
tilies will kick off Oak
Park's "Funfest '83" activi-
ties with a free concert to-
night in Shepherd Park.
The band will feature
rock music from the 1950s
and 1960s beginning at 7:30
p.m. In case of rain the con-
cert will be held in the Oak
Park High School au-
ditorium.
The 10th annual "Funfest
Run" will take place on
Monday. The three-mile
course runs through
Shepherd Park and trophies
will be awarded to the top
finishers in each category.

The Eric Rosenow Con-
tinental Orchestra will
perform a free concert in
the Park on Tuesday.
Spectators may bring
their own lawn chairs
and the concert site will
be switched to the
Park High School au-
ditorium in case of incle-
ment weather.

Entry forms for the "Fun-
fest Run" are available at
the Oak Park Community
Center, 14300 Oak Park
Blvd. For information on
"Funfest" events, call the
city, 545-6400.

Artist Lefkowitz to Exhibit
Works in Birmingham

Jay Lefkowitz, a native
Detroiter, currently has a
one-man show of works in
marble and steel at
Schweyer-Galdo Galleries,
330 Hamilton Row, Bir-
mingham.
Lefkowitz earned a BFA
degree at the Columbus Col-
lege of Art and Design in
1975. He then spent six

These works can be seen
in the gallery through July.
For details, call the gallery,
647-0390.

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Summer Festival

Philip King's "See How
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change," a recent off-
Broadway romantic comedy
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Hilberry Theater on the
campus of Wayne State
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The two plays, which will
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