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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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62 _ Friday, December 26, 1986 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

IT WAS A WONDERFUL
tribute to the late Paul Zuc-
kerman . . . the second annual
elegant black tie Angels event
recently . . . by Michigan
Cancer Foundation . . . day
previous to opening of The
Whitney Restaurant on
Woodward and Canfield.
About 200 people paid $1000
• per to enjoy a sumptuous
cocktail and hors d'oeuvres
buffet, dine lavishly in the six
dining rooms, partake of des-
serts, cheeses and fruits in sec-
ond floor salons, after-dinner
liqueurs oh the third floor and
listen and dance to Kate Pat-
terson and the Michael
Zaporski orchestra.
The former home of lumber
king, David Whitney, Jr., was
built in 1894 on what was then
the outskirts of Detroit .. .
with 42 rooms and 20 fire-
places on onyx, marble and tile
. stained glass, painted silk
tapestries and beautiful wood
carvings throughout.
Detroit's newest and cer-
tainly most elegant restaurant
was provided to MCF by
Richard and Linda Kuhn, Ron
Fox and John McCarthy . .
proceeds from the evening
went directly to support
Michigan Cancer Foundation's
programs and research.
Paul and Helen had ex-
pressed a keen desire in 1985 to
contribute to cancer research
. and knew it required much
more funding ... they estab-
lished the Angels, a group of
dedicated people who support
MCF by donating $2,000 per
year ... 86 people joined im-
mediately.
We had dinner in David
Whitney Jr.'s former study, di-
rectly under a huge, imposing
portrait of him . . . only four ta-
bles, but said to be his favorite
room . 2. Other dining areas at
The Whitney are Reception Sa-
lon, Drawing Room, Library,
Music Room and Dining Room.
This was one of Michigan
Cancer Foundation's finest
hours ... so wonderful to have
Paul's wife Helen and their son
Norbert on hand to. see it .
Paul was probably there, too.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Frances Weinberg . . . in Room
2708 at Sinai Hospital ... Our
son Scott's former teacher at
Pepper School in Oak Park
(she was also at Roosevelt)
broke her hip but has de-
veloped other complications
. . . Frances is the popular book
reviewer at main branch of
Jewish Community Center.
HAVE A GOOD TIME
New Year's Eve . and don't
worry about the youngsters...
There's an overnight party for
those 3 to 12 at Rich Shaye's
Place For Kids in Birmingain
. His new Farmington Hills
locale is open ... but not for
New Year's Eve.
WHERE THEY ARE ...
Rhoda Weiss . . . 224 Royal
Palm Way, Apt 5, Palm Beach,
Fla. 33480 ... 305-659-6861.
CONGRATS ... to Elaine
and George Maskin . . . on
their 40th anniversary.
WHEN SAUL SILVERS-

TEIN, local dentist, gets in-
vited to parties and other social
events, he usually winds up in
the corner giving advice to
people too busy to go to their
own dentist . . . Neighbors pop
in on him, friends call at all
hours in pain, and people stop
Saul at the supermarket for
second opinions and answers to
their dental questions.
So he decided to set up a
specific time during the week
to give out free advice . . . Folks
can phone his "Dentist on Call"
every Tuesday and Thursday
between one and two p.m. . . .
at no charge . . . and talk di-
rectly with Saul, who'll take
the time necessary to answer
questions and offer his profes-
sional insight .. .
LITTLE
MARILYN
STOVER, six years old, was
heartbroken when her pet ca-
nary died . . . To pacify her, dad
Max Stover, gave Marilyn an
empty cigar box and, with
much ceremony, assisted in
burying the box in the back
yard . . . "Daddy," whispered
little Marilyn, after the fun-
eral was over, "do you think my
canary will go to Heaven?" .. .
Max said he was certain it
would, and wondered why she
asked . . . "I was only thinkin,"
murmured the youngster,
"how angry God will be when
he opens the box and finds it
isn't cigars after all."
FAVORITE FUNNY
TALE ... sent to us by Gerry
Brusen . about a huge 'air-
liner, with all its seats occu-
pied, zooming over the state in-
sane asylum, and the pilot
bursting into loud laughter .. .
"What's so funny?' asked the
hostess ... "I was just think-
ing," replied the pilot, "what a
commotion there'll be in tha
joint when they discover I've
escaped!" '
CHILDREN'S CORNER
. .. Suzan Lieb, 4-year-old
daughter of Jack and Irene
Lieb, is a fiend for puppet
shows ... Last week, Jack told
her to get off the cold floor in
the recreation room and little
SUzie replied, "Put the strings
on me!"
SORRY WE COULDN'T
GET to Pontiac to .see swear-
ing in ceremony of new Circuit
Court Judge Jessica Cooper...
a great addition to this judicial
bench.
OUR DEPARTMENT OF
Aversion and Disgust ... re-
acts vigorously at times to cer-
tain kinds of uses of Yiddish
dialict stories . . . We certainly
don't mean the Molly Goldberg
type, where intonation, as dis-
tinguished from dialect, was
employed with warmth ... We
mean the emcee or night club
performer on radio or TV disc
jockey whose good taste is as
limited and crippled as his
humor . . . To our way of think-
ing, Jewish humor does not
mean the belittling of tradi-
tions that Jews honor ... The
atmosphere would be a lot
nicer if some of these comics
would realize that the yaks
they crave ought not to be
bought.

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