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January 26, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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Danny Raskin' s

LISTENING

• Lunches

• Breakfasts

DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Detroit 55 Knights of Pythias,

with Dr. Donald Berkower be-

ing installed chancellor com-
mander in a joint installation
with Pythian Sisters, who'll be
led in '62 by Sophie Sorkin .. .
The Hannah Schloss Old Timers
was organized eight years ago
. . . Sam Banks turns over his
president's gavel to Abe Schmier
in the Old Timer's seventh
dinner-dance.

Dramatize Nizer's
Book for Broadway

- Announcement was in a d e
this week that "My Life in
Court," the best-seller by Louis
Nizer, prominent New York
lawyer and author (a Double-
day publication reviewed in The
Jewish News on Jan. 12), will
be dramatized as a play for
Broadway next season.

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• Planned productions for clu s, fra-
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• Experts in

• Consultants
mittee

R FRIENDS, and they
11 you Marian Stein has
wn eyes . . . But take a closer
look next time and you'll see
they're blue! . . . Optometrist
hubby, Dr. Ben Stein, local con-
tact lens specialist, is the reason
. . . He wanted her to have blue
eyes and fitted Marian with a
pair of colored contacts . . . Now
Ben wants Marian to change back
to blonde hair to match her new
lovely blue eyes! . . . What color
es do you want, gals?

FO
WOMEN, volunteers of
the Pe • chton Nursery for blind
kiddie have turned a big load
into a ag of feathers by putting,
on a Games night for the nurs-
ery an. 31, at Piedmontest Hall
0
uritan, and practically sell-
g out the hall's capacity . . .
ye Shulak, Sadie Rattner, Mar-
ion Galin and Beatrice Kropp
are are the four volunteers de-
serving of much plaudits . .
Everything is being donated, in-
cluding the h a 1 1, and fellows
from Detroit Lodge 55, Knights
of Pythias like Barney Kasofsky,
Joe Snider and others who have
been doing this sort of charitable
work unsung for years, are run-
ning the shindig for the gals.

WHILE IN TOWN recently,
Bess Nader, ex-Detroiter now
teaching elementary school in
Des Moines, Ia., told about hav-
ing her class write a homework
composition ,titled, "My Dog."
... After reading all the comps,
she called up one boy and said,
•"Your composition is the same
as your brother's — word for
word" . . . And the boy an-
sv'ered, 'Why not? It's the same
dog."

OTHER perfect ex-
of why groups hould
heir da Jew-
uncil is the
IS
going on because both
e Hannah Schloss Old Timers
ant Knights of Pythias, Detroit
are having their in-
ame
stallation nner-dance
e • g
night, Ja 28
•rtant U'
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of date
t be mphasized t
that

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GE

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