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August 03, 1984 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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DANNY RASKIN

IT'S A PARENT'S Book Sale go to Brandeis
dream come true . . . Robert Libraries where, over the
Blake, former Detroiter, past year, almost a
now of Miami Lakes, Fla., quarter-million books were
will "kvell" three times over lent out.
on Sept. 2 . . . when he and
Overseeing the book sale
wife Jan give away all three this year are . . . President
of their daughters in mar- Ilene Crane, Shirley
riage during a triple cere- Weiner, Eleanore Roberts,
mony at Temple Sinai of Helen Lipton, Barbara Mel-
North Dade . . . Kim, 23; lon, Josephine Mellon and
Nancy, 21; and Melanie, 21, Thelma Diamond . . . plus
will marry two lawyers and an untold amound of won-
a CPA.
derful volunteer members
Invited guests here in who do such great work.
Metro Detroit have already
MIKE YELLEN of
received the news ... three Southfield became the
separate formal invitations world's racquetball cham-
mailed in one large pion recently at Atlanta,
envelope.
Ga. by defeating the defend-
More than 600 friends ing champ, Marty Hogan.
and relatives are expected
Since high school days at
for the marathon wedding Southfield-Lathrup; he and
. . . including localites Ruth Lesli Cohen, daughter of
and Jerry Iskow, cousins Margo "Sissie" and Maurice
Dr. Melvin and Susan Cohen, have been a whole
Friedman, great-aunts Nel- lot more than just friends.
lie Friedman and Marion
DIOGENES LOOKED
Kerwin, and great-uncles for an honest man . . . but
Norman and Leo Blake.
how about women? . . .
CONGRATS . . . to Here's a couple, Bev
Frances Beresh ... on her Goldman and Shirley Rob-
birthday . . . (Thanks for the bins, estate sale liquidators
picture taken in 1954 at .. . During one sale recently
Greenbush Inn) . . . Fran is conducted by them in Dear-
back behind the wheel of a born, a giant piggy bank
car after bad fall almost two with all silver dimes plus
years ago (six weeks after other banks with coins were
hubby Dr. Abe Beresh found in the attic . . . value
passed on) breaking couple of find approximately
of ribs and left arm which $20,000 . . . Owner had
still has a pin from shoulder passed on and son didn't
to elbow.
know the cache existed.
YES, THE NAME
One of their helpers, Dave
Sammy Woolf you see affil- •Cohen, found banks when
iated with the Woolf Roof- bringing down furnishings
ing Co. business is the same from the attic.
wonderful Sammy who has
WINNERS OF THE Ten
made thousands of people Best Dressed Men's Contest
happy with his "When by the column in February
You're Smiling" music, 1973, through nominations
singing and emceeing . . . and votes by readers, were
Sammy's retirement in-
.. Sidney Bluestone, How-
cludes working with ard Danzig, Aubrey Et-
grandson Scott (Dr. Roy and tenheimer, Irving Flanders,
Jackie Woolfs youngster).
Harry Kosins, Nathan
GRADS OF June 1967, Scholnick, Douglas
plus other graduating Schubot, Lawrence Sklar,
classes within five years . . . Howard Swartz and Paul
from Winship Junior High, Zuckerman.
Curtis and Hubbell, are
planning reunion for some- Anne Frank's
time end of this year.
diary. put '
Winship cap 'n gowners
are still being sought .. . to dance
Buenos Aires, (JTA) — A
Call Marti (Scholnick)
Stuart, 543-2471 or 968- production piece entitled
2020 . . . or Bill Stern, 851- "Anne Frank" is part of the
repertoire of the Contem-
6079 or 968-4420.
BOOKS THAT ARE not porary Dance Group cur-
sold at 23rd Annual Used rently appearing here in the
Book Sale by Brandeis Uni- General San Martin Munic-
versity National Women's ipal theater, it was reported
Committee, Greater Detroit last week.
According to the ,Latin
Chapter, Aug. 24-29, Tel-12
Mall on Telegraph, will be American branch of the
donated to Community and World Jewish Congress,
Human Services in Pontiac. "Anne Frank" is a moving'
PrevieW night, Aug. 22, is transcription for dance of
9:30 p.m. to 12 midnight... the tragedy of the Jewish
with donation admission of people as narrated in the
$3 . . . it's free remainder of famous diary. Mauricio
sale ... Advance tickets for Wainrot, the director of the
preview can be gotten from dance ensemble, explained,
Brandeis volunteers at mall "The voice' of Anne is that of
that afternoon.
all of us who love and re-
Much of Tel-12 will be spect the sacred gift of life
transformed into a gigantic above everything. This
library with over 100,000 work is dedicated to all the
books on sale ... All bene- martyrs and survivors of all
fits of the Brandeis Used genocides."
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