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September 07, 1990 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-07

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Maccabi No Longer 'Secret'
After Successful Detroit Games

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1990

he Song Is Ended But
The Melody Lingers
On" . . . And so the
story of Maccabi continues as
monies are steadily being
raised to send happy and
eager young folks to the 1992
youth games in Baltimore.
They had hardly begun
here when a committee of
three, Max Sheldon, Billy
Jacobs and Seymour Brode,
were already in the process of
making certain those finan-
cially unable to support
themselves would compete.
The Metropolitan Detroit
Maccabi Club goes onward
with the message of Mac-
ca-bi; the movement was in-
troduced in 1895 by Theodore
Herzl at the first Zionist
meeting in Israel.
Its fundraiser at Holiday
Inn of Southfield may have
been small, but big dollars
were garnered for the young
athletes.
"Maccabi is the best kept
secret in the United States
and Detroit," said Max
Sheldon, who emceed the
festivities . . . He had been
born and raised in Germany
and said, "If it weren't for
Maccabi, I wouldn't be alive
today" . . . Max came to Israel
in 1937 and as a 19-year old
was taught to fight, have
courage and be strong .. .
This was the message of Mac-
cabi, a brand of the Zionist
movement that sought to
develop a competitive Jew of
strength.
Seymour spoke of how
much money was targeted for
donation and said, "We'll take
Visa. I'll make arrangements
and you'll even get mileage."
Jay Robinson, general
chairman of the games, put a
gold medal around Max's
neck and everyone in the
room nodded approval with a
smile . . . Jay told of David
Hermelin, one of the
honorary chairmen, and he
being together in the same
A.Z.A. chapter 25 years ago
. . . and of six members from
that group being at The
Palace for opening
ceremonies.
Max spoke on "The Making
Of The New American Jew"
plus personal involvement
and what Maccabi has done
for him . . . Billy Jacobs also
told of his feelings . . . The
two were on the eight-man
Grand Masters tennis team of
65-and-over that won a gold
medal in last year's Mac-

cabiah Games in Tel Aviv,
Israel.
"Years ago, for this I go to
prison," said the Soviet
representative as Max helped
him along the way with our
language . . . "But now we
make Maccabi holiday" he
joyously exclaimed while
holding up a poster proclaim-
ing the Maccabi games in the
tongue of his native land.
Mort Plotnick, executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, very relaxed
and relieved that the games
were finally under way.
Max, Billy and Seymour
comprise the Education and
Fund-Raising Committee of

"Maccabi is the
best kept secret in
the United States
and Detroit."
Max Sheldon

the Metropolitan Detroit
Maccabi Club who know that
no Jewish youngster from
Detroit will ever be without a
chance to compete in the Mac-
cabi Youth Games.
OPENING OF A Chorus
Line by Nancy Gurwin pro-
ductions and Jewish Com-
munity Center is tomorrow,
8:30 p.m., in the J.C.C. Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theatre, Maple
and Drake . . . It runs every
Saturday and Sunday thru
Sept. 23, plus a 2 p.m.
matinee on Sept. 30 . . . Ad-
mission is $8.50, senior
citizens $8, students $5, and
groups of 20 or more $7 each
. . . For more info, call Nancy
at 354-0545, or the Jewish
Community Center,
661-1000.
A Chorus Line is Nancy's
32nd major production in her
13-year history of presenting
comedies and musicals
around the metro Detroit
area . . . There'll be 23 actors
and actresses in the cast of
dancers and singers . . . The
Nancy Gurwin Production of
Michael Bennett and Marvin
Hamlisch's musical will be
directed by Mike Pilon with
Rochelle Barr music director.
CONGRATS ... to Sheila
Sloan . . . on her birthday.
REUNION DEPT. . . .
Number 50 by Central High
class of 1940 is Sept. 15 at
Somerset Mall, Troy . . .
Elaine Kadashaw, 355-1773;
Nate Saginaw, 681-7814;
Evelyn Burton, 644-2228; or
Ken Loeb, 681-4695 . . . Cor-

rect phone number of Betty
Jane Herman on that 1991
1941 Central High Reunion
at Troy Marriot is 357-1854
. . . Mumford class of 1960 has
its 30-year get together, Nov.
24 8 p.m. at Sheraton
Southfield Hotel . . . Contact
Rosie Meckler Schlussel,
355-2270 or Carol Owens
Rosenberg, 532-7112.
DIDN'T THINK she would
step down and "let the
younger folks" take over for
her . . . Not by a long shot .. .
and so the perennial enter-
tainment head of ISG for
heaven knows when, Eleanor
Riseman, will take charge of
the whole shebang when In-
fants Service Group has its
"Cherub Donor Luncheon"
Oct. 21 at Knollwood Country
Club . . . Nancy Gurwin Pro-
ductions will put on a musical
in tribute to Leonard Berns-
tein (West Side Story) and
Michael Bennett (A Chorus
Line) . . . For tickets, call Jean
Bale, 557-5041.
CONGRATS ... to Pauline
Harkavy . . . on her 80th
birthday.
BEST BET OF the
Weekend . . . Gregory Hines,
this Sunday, at Fisher
Theatre for Kaplan Medical
Center.
SAMPLES OF their work
will be displayed by Debra
Gottlieb Walman and Deanna
Greenberg of Invitational
Art, Sept. 14, at the Civic
Center Gallery in South-
field's Parks and Recreation
Bldg. on Evergreen . . . The
gals will feature unique
calligraphy styles, multi-
colored, hand-painted and
Japanese rice papers, fabrics_,
laces and die - cuts.
PARTY PLANNING
Showcase by Marriott's Dear-
born Inn will give proceeds to
JARC, Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens . . . It's
Sept. 16, 1 to 4 p.m. with over
30 party suppliers on hand to
show off their works for gala
events . . . Call Cindy
Faulkner at 271-2700, Ext.
6193.

A BEST BET of the week
. . . Annual Bingo and Auc-
tion by City of Hope, Mr. and
Mrs. Group, this Tuesday, 7
p.m. at Roma's of Bloomfield
. . . For info call Sarah
Fishkind, 357-5035, or Mar-
cia Amhowitz, 788-9559.
NICE TO SEE another
prediction come true . . . that
of many years ago about
lcoalite Jimmy Lifton some-
day making it big in show biz
. . . The former Southfield
High grad is producer and

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