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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING POST

7

DELI-RESTAURANT

COUNTRY CORNER MALL

DANNY RASKIN

DOCTORS ARE HU-
MAN, too . . . even though
so many of them can do
things that seem so mystic
. . . And they'll prove it in
the La Cage aux Sinai . . . at
this Wednesday's annual
meeting of Sinai Hospital
Guild.
It's open to the public .. .
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek .. .
\____luncheon, 12 noon, follows
11 a.m. meeting . . . Then
comes the show.
Tables are turning as
chorus line made up of doc-
tors come out wearing short
hospital gowns with slits
and ties in back . . . dancing
to "I've Got Rhythm" .. .
Drs. Milton Goldrath, Paul

Neufeld, Conrad Giles, Ed-
ward Bartholomew and
Stan Levy.
Irving Shapiro, executive
director of Sinai Hospital,
sings a duet with Dr. Susan
Harold . . . Dr. Michael
Salesin is "cinematog-
rapher" who'll videotape
the show . . . Former nitery
singer Joan Linden sings
"We've Got Sinai" ("Who
could ask for anything
more?"), takeoff on "I've Got
Rhythm" . . . 11-year-old
Elizabeth Berkley, daugh-
ter of Jeri and Fred Berkley,
shows why she is Broadway
bound.
Fashion show of all sizes
and shapes . . . has children,
women volunteers, wives of
physicians, wives of board
members, Sinai Guild
members . . . plus Dr. Her-
bert Cohen.
It's directed by Ellen
Schmier (Dr. Ron Schmier)
and Jane Zukin
Choreography is by Bar-
bara Fink . . . Phyllis New-
man is chairman of the pro-
gram.
Money raised will be for
medical research.
Opening number will
have Shelby Tauber and
Linda Giles dressed as show
girls, singing to beat of
drums and their canes.
It was no doubt much fun
at rehearsals . . . with the
doctors carrying their beep-
ers around . . . They're so
used to being in charge . . . it
must have been a bit differ-
ent taking orders . . . but
probably lots of laughs .. .
When the finale comes with
singing of "There's No
Business Like Show Busi-
ness," the doctors and
others will have become
7--- stage struck . . . and you can
K_ Almost bet your Aunt
Matilda's false teeth that
this won't be the last per-
formance.
DENNIS . ROSETT, son
of George and Lucille
Rosett, wondered why he
couldn't find his ball on the
17th hole at Colony West
Country Club in Tamarac,
Fla.. . . It was in the cup .. .
He had hit a hole-in-one on
the par 3, 157-yarder .. .
using a six iron . . . while on
the links with Dad.
PITY DEPT. ... Jack,
Bruce, Tony and Michael
Milen of Jax Kar Wash on
10 Mile and Greenfield .. .
Nicest day of the year . . . a

Sunday, too . . . and the auto
line breaks down . . . Luck-
ily was only 25 minutes .. .
thanks to the mechanical
prowess of manager Dennis
Kowalski, who got it back
working again.
IT'S SO-LONG ... to
Sam and Lois Field . . . the
first of June . . . They'll re-
tire to Rossmoor, Walnut
Creek, Calif. . . . Sam and
Lois established the Field
Art Studio in 1950, where
they also had classes in
painting, drawing, ceramics
and sculpture.
His caricatures are still
treasured . . . especially by
thousands of bar mitzvah
boys and guests he has done
through the years.

GET WELL WISHES
... to Morry Epstein . . . at
Sinai Hospital . . . to Sherm
Caplan . . . at Harper Hospi-
tal.
THEME OF WORK-
SHOP this Tuesday, 7-10
p.m. at Ramada Inn on
Telegraph, is along lines of
developing a better picture
of one's self and to find out
how this is done . . . Princi-
pals Barbara Hubert,
Myrna Craig and Irene
Sinclair are experienced
public educators.
STILL CONTINUING
is interesting "Trends and
Traditions in Japanese Art"
at University of Michigan
Art Museum in Ann Arbor.
HARRY WHEATON,
one of the best-liked guys
around, is new president
and chief operating officer
of Cantrick Corp., a leading
supplier of cellular products
to the automotive industry
. . . and the nation's recog-
nized leader in foam fab-
ricating.
GALS WHO SHOP AT
SHE in Market Square
Shoppes on Northwestern
Hwy. don't have to worry
about seeing the same gar-
ment worn by someone else
at the same affair . . . Kat-
hryn Lang's lovelies are
one-of-a-kind . . . SHE is a
different type of concept ..
special arrangements are
made to bring ensembles to
a customer's home, and
even private showings at
the store, complete with live
models . . . in an art gallery
atmosphere that includes
museum-quality pieces like
gold inlaid table and divan
from a Persian palace.
Gals can also have palms
or tarot cards read by a mys-
tic . . . or look into their fu-
ture with Kathryn's trea-
sured hand-carved antique
crystal ball . . . salvaged
from a sunken ship off the
Fiji Isles . . . Fortune telling
or just chatting over a cup of
cappuccino with Kathryn
sounds like fun.

Free concert

The Southfield. Sym-
phony Orchestra will pre-
sent a free concert at North-
land Center 2 p.m. Satur-
day. The concert will be held
in the mall's J.C. Penny
North Court.

Friday, May 11, 1984 41

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