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November 02, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-02

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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

WHAT DOES A GUY say
when he's the only fellow among
55 women? . . . Nothing, if he's
smart . . . just listen . . . And that's
what we did at recent tenth an-
nual Children's Home dinner by
B'nai B'rith Centennial Chapter
in Summit Apts. club house,
Northwestern Hwy.
What do the girls talk about?
. . . Their operations, their doc-
tors, how much their feet are kil-'
ling them and other chit-chat.
After tomato juice, delicious
dinner served was completely
prepared by the members them-
selves . . . Hawaiian chicken by
Barbara Coden, Doreen Levine
and chairgal Pauline Weiss .. .
Wild rice by Barbara Guttenberg
and Jackie Remer . . . String
beans almondine by Gloria
Krause . . . tossed salad by Arlene
Tarnapol and Barbara Sokolov
. . . and a huge chocolate cake by
Elaine Cohen . . . Lucy Gersten
made the Hamotz before dinner
. . . as one of the hostesses with
Joan Bloch, Ellen Gruskin, Sally
Lippitt, Elaine Sherman and Be-
verly Woronoff.
Evening was to raise funds for
the Children's Home in Israel.
Evening entertainment high-
light featured Detroit News
photographercolumnist of "Star
Tracks" and widely noted celeb-
rity camera clicker Linda Sol-
omon . . . With trademark of glas-
ses atop her lovely long tresses,
Linda presented a very entertain-
ing evening which the hard-to-
please lassies found extremely
enjoyable.
Linda's mother, gracious Mona
Rappaport, worked the slides as
Mona's mother, Betty Weisent-
hal, proudly listened to her
granddaughter for the first time
. . . and heard so many attendees
giving words of acclaim about
Linda's ability.
Her intimate stories about
celebrities were extremely in-
teresting as Mona went from slide
to slide . . . and the gals became
more entranced . . . even asking
questions while the slides were
shown . . . and Linda answering
with enthusiasm.
This is the word for Linda when
she gives a program like this .. .
enthusiasm . . . she has so much of
it to go with sweetness and
thorough knowledge.
Then came a question-and-
answer session . . . There were
many about the stars and Linda
answered them with delightful
fervor . . . never a lull.
We can never say too much
about Linda Solomon . . . she's a
wonderful young woman . . . ex-
tremely talented . . . and a choice
personality.
Women turned tables on her by
taking photos of Linda during her
program.
It was a very fine evening .. .
enjoyed by everyone . . . especially
the gal whose feet were killing her
. . . She took off her shoes after
dinner . . . and closed her eyes .. .
in ecstasy.
THIS IS THIRD YEAR that
holiday shoppers will be able to
get a fast jump on what may be a
savings bonanza while helping
many unfortunate youngsters .. .
This Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m., is
special fund-raiser public sale by

Autumn Hills Chapter, Women's
American ORT . . . at Kiddieland
in Old Orchard Mall, Orchard
Lake Rd. and Maple . . . with
much of proceeds going toward as-
sisting in the many fine ORT proj-
ects.
Dharlene Norris, 533-7293, or
Sheri Lisagor, 626-7929, are the
lassies to call for more informa-
tion.
WINSHIP SCHOOL grads are
still being sought . . . 1962-1972
. . . for a reunion . . . Contact
Marti (Scholnick) Stewart, 968-
2020, 543-2471, or Bill Stern,
851-6079 or 968-4420.
BETTER LATE THAN
NEVER . . . Congrats . . . to sister
Lillian Rosen . . . on her birthday.
BEATING THE GUN on New
Year's Eve fun-festing prepara-
tions already . . . are B'nai B'rith
Men and Women . . . Their
"L'Chaim To Life" shindig is al-
ready set for Dec. 31, 9:30 to 1:30,
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek . . . with
Jerry McKenzie orchestra . . . It'll
be $18 per couple in advance or
$22 at door . . . with favors, prizes,
light refreshments and cash bar
. . . Call Charlotte Shebowitz at
B'nai B'rith Council, 552-8177, or
Dolores "Cookie" Greenberg,
B'nai B'rith Women, 552-8150.
GET WELL WISHES .
to
former Detroit George Morse, now
living in Las Vegas . . . at Cottage
Hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif.
. . . to Kenny Davidson . . . at
Beaumont Hospital.
GARY SOSNICK, son of Joan
and Irving Sosnick, has been
elected to the very prestigious
post as president of Michigan
Squash Racquet Association .. .
The MSRA goes back to 1928
when its first president was
James Standish Jr. . . . and fol-
lowed with a long list of promi-
nency . . . Gary represents De-
troit's. University Club and with
doubles partner Robert Goodman
is ranked 11th in the country by
United States Squash Racquet
Association . . . In singles, Gary is
51 among the nation's best.
SEVENTY FIFTH BIRTH-
DAY party for Herman (Hy) Pritz
was surprise by wife Gertrude at
Dimitri's of Southfield . . . with 60
people helping keep a big secret
from the sobbing "birthday boy"
. . . Their son Arthur lugged his
video equipment from Los
Angeles and son Kenneth rented
a television set . . . Years ago,
Herman taped his pantomime act
of Al Jolson and Danny Kaye in
Hollywood . . . Arthur showed it
on the TV set.
Herman sang "Give My Re-
gards To Broadway" and Yankee
Doodle Dandy" . . . as everyone
had a ball . . . while organist
Henry Woznick donated his serv-
ices from the Musician's Union.
Hy continues to entertain and
make drawings for patent appli-
cations . . . Gertrude recently sold
her first painting.

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