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May 19, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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1,700 Dinner Guests
Help Cancer Fund

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

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Friday & Saturday 'til
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Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

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• Anniversaries
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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1989

argest attendance in
history of Michigan
Cancer Foundation .. .
a complete sellout . . . as more
than 1,700 people enjoyed
MCF's seventh annual dinner
at the Westin Hotel.
Many were at an MCF af-
fair for the first time . . . and
it won't be the last . . . as they
witnessed an evening of good
food and excellent entertain-
ment . . . the latter provided
by Steve Lawrence and Edyie
Gorme, emcee Mort Crim and
the very fine Johnny Trudell
Orchestra.
Not look-alike twins Mar-
vin Leader and Dave Leader,
Bob Cao, Antonio Foglio,
David Hermelin greeting peo-
ple with "Hello!" or "How are
ya!" as though he knew them;
Harry Krause, Hanley Elias,
Ellen and Max Ernst, Mary
Lou and Mort Zieve, Roz and
Sherm Epstein, very per-
sonable Cliff Riley, top man of
evening's chairman with wife
Marcia, Eugene Applebaum,
at his Arbor Drugs; Cis and
Marty Kellman, Irving Laker,
Max Fleischman, Doreen
Hermelin, Lenny Fidler,
Nancy and Doug Jacobs, Lisa
Kamil, Les Colburn, Dr.
Morey Firestone, Jean and
Lenny Silber, Brod Doner,
Lois Lipnik, Dr. Michael
Brennan, Helen Zuckerman
and on and on.
Big news of night was an-
nouncement that almost
$500,000 had been raised .. .
Gene and Marcia Applebaum
must have slept mighty well
that evening . . . knowing
what a tremendously suc-
cessful event they chaired.
GET WELL WISHES to
clothier Harry Kosins . . .
recuperating after recent
operation.
DOESN'T HAVE to be a
restaurant for Sunday brunch
. . . Now a women's store gets
into the act . . . No charge as
Elaine B's in Sugartree, Or-
chard Lake Road north of
Maple, has its unlikely
brunch this Sunday, 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., as a sort of thank
you to folks . . . Elaine B's
is a fuller-figured gals' store,
size 14 and up.
DEBBIE WEIN, 21-year-
old daughter of Dena Wein,
rolled a hefty 604 series
recently with Galilee Tuesday
Night B'nai B'rith Women at
West Bloomfield Lanes .. .
Debbie bowled counts of 211,
202 and 191.
CONGRATS to Allen
Schwartz, "The Singing Win-

dow. Washer" . . . on his 57th
birthday . . . celebrated with
daughter Michelle Levitt and
granddaughter, 21/2-year-old
Jamie Levitt, both here from
Atlanta, Ga.
SO VERY pleasant to hear
Lena Russell answering the
phone at Oak Farms Fruit
Market in oak Park . . .
friendly and most cordial.
GLORIA BENDER,
Jewish Vocational Services
Project outreach coordinator,
plus volunteers Bessie Chase,
Gertie and Zvi Golanbursky
and Robert Singer, put on a
traditional Passover seder for
six patients at the Livonia
Nursing Home . . . One of the
gentlemen said that he had
not attended a seder since

The event
raised nearly
$500,000 for the
Michigan Cancer
Foundation.

1965 . . . The volunteers and
Mel Richman hold Friday
night sabbath services twice
a month at the home.
SHIRLEE IDEN, South-
field Eccentric feature writer,
recently won an award of
merit from WICI Inc.'s
regional competition for her
story and husband Jack's pic-
tures, "Refuseniks: Visitors
Tell The Story" . . . Shirlee
didn't need any awards to
help her remember the
refuseniks and the tough visit
by her and Jack to Russia .. .
It is Shirlee's 27th journal-
istic award.
PAM ZAGER, junior at
Southfield-Lathrup High and
daughter of Joan and Allan
Zager, was recent winner of
school's "Dr. Martin A. Last
Outstanding Youth Recogni-
tion Award" . . . She holds a
3.8 scholastic average and is
a school cheerleader.
FUNNYBONE BITS .. .
Rembrandt painted 300 pic-
tures and Americans own all
700 of them . . . A bore is
usually good for a laugh .. .
He never opens his mouth
unless he has nothing to say
. . . Henry Youngman says he
went to a hotel so exclusive
that room service had an
unlisted number . . . Two
guys chatting . . . "When my
wife is down in the dumps,
she buys a new "hat." . . . "So
that's where she gets
them!"
CYNTHIA ROSS is a
new executive pastry chef
at 420-room Hotel Pontchar-
train on Washington Boule-
vard, downtown Detroit. ❑

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