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November 23, 1990 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-23

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taining the dignity and quali-
ty that religion must deserve.
"Abe plays golf just like
Henry did," said Ilene Berris,
now married to Abe Glaser.
"Same swing, but Abe did
what "Honey" probably never
wanted to do . . . teach me
how to play golf . . . Cantor
Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel, saying that wife Evie
agrees with others about his
growing back the "more
character" goatee . . . Sure,
Harold had some jokes, too
. . . Jim Grossman belting out
what's what in the auction
that pulled in $12,000 . . . Joe
Dresner sharply dressed as
usual.
Memphis Belle movie
reminded tax attorney Mark
Plotkin when he was among
the B-24 crew in World War
II's 15th Air Force . . . Mark
was radio operator and met
Eugene Hirsch, a navigator,
on his first mission . . . 45
years later they met again
when Eugene, a local at-
torney, joined the Detroit Ten-
nis Club . . . Get well wishes
to Gene . . . "Thanks to Milt
Dresner, I'm a very happy
man today," says Mark .. .
Joe's twin brother introduced
him to Lucille six years ago
and they are now celebrating
their fifth anniversary.
Paul Kohn helping his girls
give out coats in the Shaarey
Zedek check room . . . fast, ef-
ficient workers Evelyn Lane
with daughters Sandy Green-
berg and daughter-in-law
Jean Schlegelmann.
Bet a lot of people . . . in fact
almost all . . . didn't realize a
rarity . . . They found their
tables without any difficulty
. . . As they should be, the
numbers were high for all to
see . . . Whoever thought up
this great idea deserves a big
star on their forehead.
An enjoyable evening . . .
small wonder that some peo-
ple start buying their tickets
for next year soon after the
one they attended is over.
AMONG BEST kept
secrets in our community is
the Co-Operative Council of
the League of Jewish Women
. . . It's a committee of service
groups providing emergency
care and immediate aid for
the needy . . . Each year, Co-
Op Council also puts on a
Chanukah party and Pass-
over seder for the Jewish emo-
tionally impaired, mentally
disabled residents from nurs-
ing homes, half-way houses
and other institutions . . . Re-
cent Chanukah party was at
the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
THERE WASN'T enough
of Mack Pitt at this year's
Balfour 57 concert at Maosnic
Temple . . . The big-band
sound is a highlight by this

fine musician whose ex-
perience with great or-
chestras of yesteryears is
well-noted . . . Too bad Mack
is taken so much for granted.
Mack's trio played during
the concert pre-glow, doing
numbers everybody could
relate to . . . and on stage, his
14-piece group brought a lot
of life.
Sid Silverman, national
president of the Zionist
Organization of America,
honored with "Sidney's
Song" written and arranged
by Mack . . . Rabbi M. Robert
Syme did the jokes and told of
growing up together with Sid
in Winnipeg, Canada . . .
They lived a block away .. .
"Little did I realize that one
day I would work for him,"
quipped the Temple Israel
favorite . . . Bob Benyas tak-
ing picture and saying, "Don't
laugh" when asked if he had
film . . . Computerized
cameras are coming out that
require no film, says Bob.
Topping last year's enter-
tainment was tough . . . good
thing Mack Pitt was there .. .
A better ticket would be less
speaking and more Mack.
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Trip to Plymouth's old village
and colonial downtown for
shopping plus lunch at the
Mayflower Hotel . . . 9 a.m. to
about 5 p.m. . . . Call Ida
Hersh, 354-4717. ❑

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munity College.
Artistic directors Paula
Kramer and Barbara Sel-
inger and guest choreog-
rapher Linda Smith will pre-
sent modern dance works
that feature Ms. Selinger's
premiere of "Zydeco Songs,"
set to Cajun music, Ms.
Smith's "Epitaphs In Six
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Kramer's "Ma Suite
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David Strickland on piano
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Also included are Ms. Sel-
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music by Roy Brooks and
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work that features music by
the Beatles.
For reservations for the
dance concert, call Paula
Kramer, 544-5550.

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