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October 26, 1984 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-26

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Fri 'd i' ay, cto er

DETROIT JEWISH TV~WS

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, 984 45

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

AN INTERESTING DES-
SERT ... $3,500 donation to Mt.
Carmel Mercy Hospital's trans-
plantation program for research
into kidney and liver transplants
. .. as Phillip Langwald hosted an
intimate little dinner Monday
night . . . for eight Mt. Carmel
doctors and administrators.
Nearly four years ago, the life of
Phil's grandson, Andrew, was
saved by its transplant team with
head Dr. Luis Toledo . . . Annette
Langwald donated a kidney to her
son . . . who is now a, healthy 17.
Mt. Carmel administrator
Leroy Fahley was one of the
dinner participants . . . with a
title similar to Phil's . . . who was
an administrator for the City of
Detroit and Wayne County for
many years.
CONGRATS . . . to Henry
"Hank" Freud . . . on his 60th
birthday.
DON JONES VAMPIRE
Magic Show is tonight, 9:30 to
10:15 . . . at Gaynors, Orchard
Place, Orchard Lake Road and 14
Mile . . . Also free cider and
donuts for all from 9 p.m til
they're gone . . . Youngsters 2-12
get a trick or treat bag, with the
kiddies making their own selec-
tions.
GORDON MILLER, now liv-
ing in Hollywood, Calif., son of
localites Ruth and Ralph Miller,
has idea called "Washed Up Jocks
of America" . . . It's a club for all
athletes who never made it to a
hall of fame . . . He'll soon be fea-
tured in Sports Illustrated . . . and
has been on several TV and radio
talk shows . . . Membership
entitles one to a t-shirt with
copyrighted Pogo of the club and a
bumper sticker . . . Future plans
also include a monthly newsletter
with members sharing stories of
their "greatest moments" . . . For
more info, call Ruth at 647-5.362.
"SMART COOKIES Don't
Crumble" is latest book by
WDIV-TV and WXYT (formerly
WXYZ) radio personality Sonia
Friedman . . . slated to be out in
early May . . . Her first book, Men
Are Just Desserts hit the best-
seller list.
WHERE THEY ARE . . .
Frances and Bernard "Bob" Katz
. . . 675 Ives Dairy Rd., N. Miami
Beach, Fla. 33179 . . . Ben and
Anne Brown . . . 1260 S. Beverly
Glen Blvd., 207, Los Angeles,
Calif. 90024.
CHILDREN'S KORNER ..
New Misadventures of Ichobod
Crane, Dragon Castle and Nate
The Great Goes Undercover are
films shown this Thursday at
Southfield Public Library, Civic
Center and Evergreen . . . Lasts
45 minutes . . . free to the family.
BEST BETS of the Week .. .
Day of Fashion luncheon and
boutique . . . by Mother's Associa-
tion of Detroit Country Day
School Middle School, this Mon-
day, at Sheraton Southfield Hotel,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. . . . Fashion show
produced by Marilyn Zeldes and
Pat Sands . . . Glamorama Lunch-
eon and Fashion Show by Leah
Marks for City of Hope, Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters, this
Wednesday, 12 noon at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
REUNION DEPT. ... Mum-
ford High, class of 1954, has 30th,

Nov. 17 at Kingsley Inn. Call
Henry Moses, 398-4565, Myrna
Glicker Edgar, 826-7583, or Mar-
cia Kobaker Kirsh, 559-8673 .. .
Oak Park High class of '64 has its
20-year shindig in November .. .
Contact Mel Dryman, 967-0652
. . . Mumford graduating classes
of 1964 (January, June and
August) 20-year togetherness is
Nov. 26 . . . Call Ken Berlin, 626-
6016 ... Southfield-Lathrup High
class of 1974 10-year fete is Nov.
24 at Hamilton Place on South-
field . . . Call Debbie Lupiloff,
644-8543, or Cindy Serling, 557-
3886.
BEN "BUDDY" and Ann
Jacobson, former Detroiters now
living in Cocoa Beach, Fla., were
in town recently . . . and cause for
family reunion at home of Elaine
Wayman . . . Goldie Kleinberg,
sister; Lillian Weinger, Selma
Kleinberg, niece; Marion and
Harold Weinger, Diane and
Richard Van Wassnova with
daughter Melissa, Shannon
Waxman and Max Kushner.
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Ann Woolf . . . after gall bladder
operation . . . to Irving Sacks fol-
lowing heart by-pass operation.
"THE YENTA" monthly pub-
lication by S & B Productions for
Jewish Singles, holds its second
annual anniversary party, Nov. 4,
8 p.m., at Red Parrot of Michigan
Inn, J.L. Hudson Drive .. , $5 ad-
mission includes buffet and danc-
ing plus drinks at happy hour
prices . . . S & B stands for Sandra
Maurer and Brian Sinkoff.
MAIL DEPT. ... "Since my
move to South Florida, I have
really begun to appreciate Michi-
gan people. I love their honesty,
integrity and especially their de-
cent way of doing business. I ad-
mire their know-how to use three
important expressions: Please,
Thank You and Excuse Me. Some
South Floridians do not know that
these phrases exist in our lan-
guage. It is so refreshing to speak
to people from Michigan because
99 percent of them are not rude,
pushy or arrogant. They are kind,
considerate, understanding and
loving. To my fellow Michiga-
nians, YOU ARE THE
GREATEST!
"Example: Three weeks ago,
Sally and I joined the "Not So
Young — Not So Old Detroit
Club" . . . It's a group of Detroiters
living in South Florida and hop-
ing to meet other Detroiters. Well,
it was great. People from Central
High School, Shaarey Zedek,
joked, slapped each other, kissed
each other. Sally met five ladies
that she went to high school with.
You would have been thrilled to
hear the screaming that went on
when they noticed each other.
"We are going on the boat 'The
Jungle Queen' Oct. 27 for dinner
and dancing and all the Detroiters
are invited to attend. I'll certainly
keep you appraised because, my
friend, The Jewish News is most
everyone's bible from the Detroit
area that lives in South Florida.
"May I take this opportunity to
wish you and my fellow Michiga-
nians a very happy and healthy
New Year. You're the greatest,
Michigan!"

Mort Lewis

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