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October 20, 1989 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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I LISTENING POST

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
TWO GREAT TRADITIONS!

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Sal De La Comedie'
Helped Great Cause

(inside Jacques)

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74 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1989 .

YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.

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on't think many of the
doctors who attended
recent Le Bal de La
Comedie by Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation didn't
have to get up just because
the next day was Saturday .. .
Like one nudging his wife
and saying, "I've got an ear-
ly tee off."
But this was one time the
golf courses played second fid-
dle . . . that's how good the af-
fair was.
The fifth annual "Evening
of Brilliance" was a standout
event . . . class elegance all
the way . . . with about 730
peple enjoying a very well-
planned and entertaining
evening.
The Renaissance Ballroom
lobby areas at Westin Hotel
were filled with people enjoy-
ing much conviviality, as
choice hors d'oeuvres were
passed amidst the open bars
. . . Mimes walked all about
and rolled on the floors .. .
plus look-alikes of Charlie
Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy,
Harpo Marx among others.
Even a large chart in the
lobby showing where
everyone's table was located
. . . a wonderful touch that
should be used by everyone
with seating arrangements.
Then through colorful
tinsels hanging from above as
balloons all about . . . and in-
to the gorgeous Renaissance
Ballroom with its huge
glamorous chandeliers.
The dinner was superbly
presented by tuxedoed
waiters and black and white-
dressed waitresses . . . very
tasty
and
excellently-prepared.
Entertainment was out-
standing . . . Mel Ball and
Colours with five gal singers
. . . The Latin Counts . . . and
star of the evening, honorary
mayor of Encino, Calif., the
. very fine impressionist Fred
Travalena, whose character-
izations from comedians to
singers to politicians, etc., are
making him a rapidly grow-
ing name . . . His first imper
sonation when starting in
show business was of Myron
Cohen, and if you closed your
eyes, it was as if the late great
storyteller had been
reincarnated.
At our table were . . . Rona
and Herb Freedland, Linda
and Dr. Joseph Dobrusin,
Doris and Marshall Shan-
brom, Jackie and Marvin
Posner . . . Since Frieda's
brithday was the closest, she

got to take the beautiful
centerpiece home . . . not just
the flowers, but entire black
plastic vase and stand.
All couples were given gifts
of crystal before dinner and
bags of good things as they
left.

The large black-tie and
evening-garbed throng
thoroughly enjoyed the won-
drous evening by Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation . . . who
stress the important factor
that people of all ages are
helped . . . and that a cure for
diabetes is right around the
corner . . . Fantastic news!
Lorraine Schultz, president
of JDG, and hubby Arthur,
Jan and Bob Mann, Varda
and Nimrod Rosenthal, Jack
Seedman, Marsha and Fred
Gordon, Beverly and Al Betz,
Phyllis and Harvey Yates,
Dick Lutz, Sydell and Doug
Shubot, Ceci Orman and
Willie Stone, Helen and
Norm Wachler, Marion and
Johnny Ginopolis, Lois and
Dr. Morris Lipnik, Irene and
Martin Bader, Barbara
Ostrand, Arlene and Harvey
Schwartzberg, Juliet and Ed
Jonna, Estelle and Phil Elkus
. . . and the list goes on and on
of attendees dining, dancing,
being entertained and having
a great time while helping a
great cause. _
FOLKS WHO who are
seeking another way of spen-
ding an entertaining after-
noon can look to upcoming "A
Day In The Catskills"
musical review about New
York's noted Borscht Belt .. .
It'll feature Yiddish songs,
2 p.m. Nov. 5, at Oak Park
Jewish Community Center
on 10 Mile east of Greenfield.
DEAN SNYDER, director
of adult tennis at Franklin
Racquet Club on Nor-
thwestern, was recently nam-
ed a master professional by
the United States profes-
sional 'Tennis Association .. .
At Franklin seven years,
Dean is one of only 75 among
the 8,000 certified tennis pros
in the United States.
DENA GOLDSMITH
Greenberg opened a box of
"this I keep" stuff and found
a tear sheet of The Jewish
News dated Jan. 1, 1943 .. .
Column back then was called
"Jewish Youth's Listening
Post" . . . Page backing it was
of Jewish National Fund con-
ference at Book-Cadillac
Hotel where Irving Berlin
started to sing "White
Christmas" and Mrs. Israel
Goldstein quickly had him
change to "God Bless
America." ❑

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