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November 04, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

LOTS OF NOSTALGIA

Healthy Air

Movie Critic
Lectures at Mall

work while she is doing just
the opposite . . . working
more and loving it.
Hilda represents Vistana
Resort in Orlando and
claims that owning
timeshare week is the best
way to vacation . . . They'll
work it out . . . Elmer loves
Vistana, too.
newest
HARMONY,
member of the ORT family,
holds its first fund raiser of
year, a Hanuka sale at Baby
& Me, Northwestern at
Evergreen . . . this Monday,
5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
CONGRATS . . . to Mari-
lyn and Iry Markel . . . on
their 24th anniversary.
BARBARA COHEN is
in dire need of a 1965 Oak
Park High Year Book (red
cover Revoir) . . . either to
buy at a fair price . . . or to
copy . . . Call Barbara at
968-5977.

was recent 50th anniver-
sary of Zeniths A.C. (1933-
1983) at Buddy's Pizza on
Northwestern . . . about 80
people including children
and some guests who were
closely associated in some
way with the wonderful
Jewish Community Center
group of Holbrook and
Woodward that went on in
1935 to win the Class B
City-Wide Basketball
Championship.
Was kept to a small
gathering . . . but if invite
was open, there'd have been
500 or more . . . Members
attending were . . . Billy
Jacobs, Harold Haas, Morry
Fenkel, Harry Milgrom,
Morry Wasserman, Harry
Nemoff who came in from
San Francisco, Jack Rosner,
Nate Fink, Lou Freeman,
Al Davis and Joe Fetter .. .
Max Horowitz is visiting in
CONGRATS . . . to
Israel, Bob Katz lives in
Florida and Lou Feldman Molly and Abe Saginaw .. .
and Carl Figoton live in on their 25th anniversary
. . . with surprise dinner
California.
Where Harry Milgrom given at Dimitri's of South-
found minutes of yes- field by their children .. .
teryears is a great wonder also attended by relatives
. . . they were fabulous .. . and friends.
IT'S 50TH anniversary
as members read those from
dates during the years .. . of Broner Glove Co.,
The boys told of memories founded in 1933 by Harry,
. . . baseball, basketball and Barney and Lillian Broner
more memories . . . even of . . . Running the company
days before the club was now are Barney and David
started . . . capped by Morry Broner.
DETROITERS now liv-
Wasserman's fine nostalgic
ing
in Florida, ages 30 to, 60,
poem as club poet laureate.
Oct. 26, 1983 will be a day are forming a club . . . In-
the Zeniths of yesteryears terested persons for mailing
list should send names, ad-
will never forget.
CONGRATS . . . to sister dress and phone number to
Lillian Rosen . . . on her Shirley Stracher, 20341
birthday . . . to Arlene "Spe- N.E.. 30th Ave., North
cial Lady" Greer . . . on her Miami Beach, Fla. 33180.
SURPRISE 70TH
40th birthday.
birthday party for Ed Wolfe
JORDAN FIELD, six- in California . . . by cousins
year-old son of Ellyce and Shel and Diane Wolfe of
Stephen Field, already has Northridge, Calif., included
his Hanuka list made out a surprise belly dancer to
for the Shalom and Aviv enlighten the evening .. .
Hadassah Holiday Shop- Knowing Eddie, he proba-
ping Spree, this Wednes- bly joined and danced with
day, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at her.
Hunters Square, Orchard
IF YOU'RE A golfer and
Lake Rd. and 14 . . . Most of want a hole-in-one, chances
merchants are donating a seem to be luckier if Morry
percentage of their proceeds Wasserman is in the four-
to the very fine work of some . . . So many times
Hadassah . . . Ellyce is a writing about an ace and his
member of Shalom group, name crops up . . . Morry got
presided over by Francine his 15 years ago in Inver-
Hack . . . Marcia Fenton is rary in Florida . . . Wife,
Aviv president.
Richie's was in 1979 at San
DOUBLE CELEBRA- Marino in Farmington.
TION for Herman and
Phil Barsky's recent
Roslyn Kaufman recently hole-in-one at Glenhurst in
at Temple Beth El . . . Redford was on the 159-
Granddaughter Meredith, yard, par three flag . . . play-
daughter of Robert and ing with Dave Perlman,
Barbara Bachman . . . and Phil Jaffe and Morry.
grandson David, son of
Dr. Paul Zusman got his
Sheldon and Charlene at Godwin Glen in Novi .. .
Green were Bat Mitzva and 150-yard par three hole .. .
Bar Mitzva together .. . playing with Saul Rosner,
Other grandparents are Dr. Sam Stulberg and
Dora Bachman and Abe and Morry.
Becky Green.
GOOD THING Larry
COUSINS ELMER and
Hilda Raskin, after 14 years Eisenberg was there look-
together, are having a ing at piano to buy .
tough time getting their Woman had heart attack
schedules to match . . . In- . . . he rushed her to the hos-
stead of just talking about pital . . . and was instru-
it, he istaking mare tim•off mental in saving her life.

The Center 'for New
Thinking in Birmingham
will present Detroit Free
Press film critic Susan
Stark lecturing on "The 10
Best Movies of the Last 10
Years" 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Somerset Mall in Troy.
Ronald Radosh, author of
"The Rosenberg File," will
speak at the center's Thurs-
day lecture. series next
week. The lecture will begin
at 10 a.m. in the Somerset
Mall auditorium.
There is a charge for each
event. For information, call
the Center for New Think-
ing, 546-8928.

Pottery Show
at the Claymoor

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Air pollution in Jerusalem
is the lowest of any urban
area in Israel, according to a
study by Dr. Leon Epstein,
and the incidence of lung
cancer is 50 percent lower.

The Jewish divorce
document, or get, is written
in Aramaic because it was

the language of the masses
in talmudic times, espe-
cially in Babylonia.

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The exhibit will open at
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Monday through Saturday.

Friday, November 4, 1983 33

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

18PEN 7 DAYS — 7 - a.m.-10 p.m.

Audrey Shapiro Wilkin
will hold her sixth annual,
one-woman pottery show
and sale noon-5 p.m. Nov.
12 and 13 at the Claymoor
Apts., 29260 Franklin,
Southfield.
She will present all fuc-
tionalware with new glaze
designs as well as popular
pieces.
The public is invited free
of charge. Refreshments
will be served.

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