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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-09

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Friday, January 9, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ENTERTAINMENT

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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

TEN YEARS AGO, new-
lyweds Judy and Jack Nolish
invited 30 close friends to a
Chanukah Latka Party in
their Berkley apartment.
One of the guests, Terry
Brown, tossed the Nolish
couple out of their kitchen and
proceeded to be "head chef,"
making every latka . . . never
dreaming he'd still be doing it
today . . . turning out 800 lat-
kas from 150 pounds of
potatoes and 15 pounds of on-
ions.
The holiday tradition turned
into a major celebration for two
families . . . Jack and Judy,
with children Rachel and Jef-
frey . . . and Terry and Wendy
Robins (who came into the pic-
ture at Latka shindig number
nine) with son Peter Robins-
Brown.
Attendance reached 300 last
four years . . . and a latka party
was even held in April back in
1980 . . . It was originally
scheduled for Dec. 7, but Jack
and Judy received joyous call
to fly to Columbia to pick up
their newly-adopted baby, Jef-
frey.
In the beginning, latkas and
onions were washed and peeled
the day before and stored in
water . . . Party Number 16 re-
cently took a giant leap with a
change to restaurant grade,
pre-washed and peeled
potatoes and onions (although
peeling of potatoes was stopped
by party number three.)
Imagine peeling 150 pounds
of potatoes and cutting up 15
pounds of onions!
CONGRATS . . . to Julia
"Neni" Pataki . . . on her 104th
birthday . . . still very alert .. .
writes her own mail . . . and
until recently made her own
cakes . . . Friend Florence Mil-
ler says she learned how to
cook and bake from Julia, who
was born in Hungary.
LOCAL CLOTHIER Harry
Kosins was honored last week
at the Plaza Hotel in New York
by noted designers Oleg Cas-
sini, Angelo Donati, Carlo
Pucci and Carlo Palacci . . . re-
presenting the Italian Fashion
Group of which Harry is affil-
iated . . . Kudos and plaque
were given to him for outstand-
ing designer achievements.
CONGRATS . . .
to
Madelyne and Alvin Friedman
. . . on their 25th anniversary.
IF YOU'RE GOING to
California . . . or live on the
West Coast . . . date to re-
member is Feb. 14 . . . at
Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio
City . . . That's when and
where Detroit Reunion
Dinner-Dance will be held.
Proceeds will be used to es-
tablish a Hank Greenberg Re-
search Fund at City of Hope in
Duarte, Calif.
Call Ilean and Pinney
Kanter, co-presidents, 818-
888-1666 . . . or Shirley Katz,
818-346-9779 . . . or Anne
Feldman, 818-881-8649 . . . or
Helen Medwed, 818-906-1824
. . . or Harriet Radner, 818-
708-2950.
CONGRATS . . . to Mae and

Max Green . . . on their 45th
a:iniversary.
STEVEN MARC KAP-
LAN (Lisa), Southfield attor-
ney, was recently appointed an
assistant prosecuting attorney
in Macomb County.
BOB FELDMAN sends this
brief bit we wrote way back
when . . . in the Jewish Com-
munity Center News.
"Although the basketball
playoffs of March 5 were over,
they had to be replayed be-
cause of an error in scorekeep-
ing. The championship was
won by the Outlaws, 36-32 .. .
Members of the Outlaws team
are the following: Al Betz,
manager; Abe Parnas, Bob
Feldman, Bud Feld, Hank
Bogarod, Sam Assik, and Lloyd
Averbach. High scorers were
Al Ganz, Bicur Cholem, with
13 points, and Bob Feldman
and Abe Parnas of the Out-
laws, with 12 and 19 respec-
tively."
Bob was on the editorial staff
with Joe Frankfort, and I was
editor.
LOOKING BACK ON
COLUMNS OF YES-
TERYEARS .. .
MARCH 21, 1958 . . . "By
common agreement, the TV
master of ceremonies who
should win this year's award
for the prize boner is the hap-
less soul who recently asked a
small boy three times, in in-
creasingly urgent tones, to
name 'the cereal you love to eat
every morning, sonny' . . . The
youngster finally broke his si-
lence by pointing out to the
emcee and coast-to-coast audi-
ence, 'You're hurting my arm,
mister.' "
MARCH 21, 1958 . . . "It
served the moderator of one of
the inumerable quiz shows
right when his jackpot ques-
tion was, 'Can you name the
difference between amnesia
and magnesia?' . . . The audi-
ence howled with joy when the
contestant, after a moment's
deep deliberation, said, The
fellow with amnesia has no
idea where he's going.' "
MAY 2, 1958 . . . "Thinking
it was high time she gave her
4-year-old grandson, Beryl Ab-
rams, some religious instruc-
tion, Rose Benderman began
by reading the story of the Cre-
ation . . . 'And the Lord formed
man of the dust of the ground
and breathed into his nostrils
the breath of life' . . . At this
point, little Beryl became in-
terested and cried out ex-
citedly, 'Oh, grandma! Super-
man!' "
MAY 23, 1958 . . . "With all
his flying and atomic cannon
work while with the 80th Air-
borne, the worst Jerry Gurwin
got was an upset stomach .. .
Six weeks after leaving serv-
ice, though, Jerry was struck
in the face by a revolving high
compression automobile
engine blade, suffering a splin-
tered jaw . . . And so he now
calls himself, The Body Doc-
tor,' entering his own business,
Gurwin's Autobody Klinic on
Eight Mile Rd. and Pinehurst.

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