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June 28, 1968 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

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FIRST TIME WE'VE ever heard
of it . . a blood brother imme-
diately following a blood brother
as worshipful master of the same
Masonic order . . . In December,
Aaron Slootsky will give his chair
as head of Daylight Lodge to
younger brother Ralph.
BIG PRAYERS FOR good
weather are in store for this Sun-
day by the owners along Antique
Row on Hamilton between Six
Mile & Puritan . . . Its their an-
nual carnival - style sidewalk
bazaar . . with about 50 dealers
and artists participating on the
sidewalks as well as in the shops
. .. thanks to permission from the
Highland Park city fathers.
KIDDIE KORNER . . . Seven-
year-old Buddy Richter is espe-
cially fond of Chocolate cake . . .
and had already gulped two size-
able helpings with his tall glass
of milk . . "If you eat any more
cake - you'll burst" cautioned
mother. Anne Richter . . . "Well,
pass the cake, mom, and watch
out for yourself!" replied little
Buddy.
TO CHERYL RASKIN . . . a
letter came for you from France
to our home address in Oak Park
. . put on by the post office as
a guess . . . Get in touch and we'll
save the letter for you.
MORRIE "RED" GLASS and
wife Corrine former Detroiters
now living in Los Angeles, were
recent visitors to the home town
. . Morrie's fond memories in-
clude boyhood days here with Al
Nagler. Lou Handler, Phil Stein
and Al Skelly, now Detroit Ass't
supt. of education, among others.
DOG SHOW WAS being held
here in Detroit and woman was
standing in lobby of a local hotel
with an English bulldog . . . at
whom the little girl kept making
faces . . . The child's mother asked
her why she was making faces at
the bulldog, and the little tot, start-
ing to cry, answered, "He started
it!"
LOOKING BACK ON COLUMNS
OF YESTERYEARS . . . Jan. 23,
1948 . . . "Sonny Schlossberg of
Actors Co. and brother-in-law.
Harry Green, Eastwood Park
clown, handled entertainment,
dressed in jester's garb, at recent
Michigan Showmen's party for 400
underprivileged kids ... Billboard
photog caught Sonny in action shot
/which -appeared in last week's
issue . . . After years of knocking
around show biz, Sonny finally
gets his picture in a big-time pub-
lication . . . only to discover the
name beneath it is that of Harry
Green!" . . . (Today, 1968, Sonny
Schlossberg is one of the nation's
top weathercasters and announcers,
Sonny Elliot.)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ... to our
mom . . . Mrs. Minnie Raskin . . .
a really great gal . . . We all love
you!

`Thomas Crown Affair'
at Five Local Theatres

Steve McQueen and Faye Dun-
away star in "The Thomas Crown
Affair," now playing at the Palms,
Calvin, Mercury, Quo Vadis and
Vogue theaters.
McQueen plays a wealthy busi-
nessman who engineers complic-
ated bank robberies for kicks.
Faye Dunaway, star of "Bonnie
and Clyde," finds herself mixing
love and crime again. Co-starring
are Paul Burke and Jack Weston.
Norman Jewison who presented
last year's Academy Award win-
ner "In the Heat of the Night,"
both produced and directed this
United Artists film.

, national in Tel Aviv. Nadine Net-
! ter, a member of the 1965 U.S.
! Maccabiah Games squad, reached
By JESSE SILVER
the women's final at the same
(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc.)
tournament.
Israeli Davis Cupper Joseph
big win at Madison Square Garden
where she stopped Rosie Casals, Stabholz played in the U.S. and the
Caribbean. He is studying law in
3-6, 7-5, 6-1.
Fox, 28, now has a doctor's de- Tel Aviv, and was a front line
gree in psychology, and pilots his soldier during the Six-Day War.
World Tennis magazine reports
own plane. He reached the finals
Canada's "A survey of tennis in Israel shows
at San Juan, P R
Davis Clipper Mike Belkin won the that 7,000 adults and 5,000 young-
singles crown at the Masters sters are playing tennis this year,
tournament•in St. Petersburg. Fla., which is an increase of about 30
then lost in the semis of the River per cent over last year. Addi-
Oakes tourney,' Houston, Texas, tionally, 23 new courts were built
after upsetting Graebner, 6-4, 6-1, , in the last 12 months, giving the
in the quarter-finals. ! country 250 courts."
Israeli champion Eleazer David-1
Michigan is the nation's No, 1
man lost to an Australian, 6-4, 8-6,
6-4, in the final of the Israel Inter- salt producer.

Jews in Sports

For one reason or another, many
of the top Jewish tennis players
were out of tournament competi-
tion the past year or two. The
Netherlands' Tom Okker was busy
in the Army, Julie Heldman didn't
play for about a year and Allen
Fox was concentrating on his
studies at UCLA. All are back now,
and Okklr and Heldman look bet-
ter than ever.
Okker, the Maccabiah Games
champion, captured the South
African championship, and de-
feated two top Americans in the
process. He stopped Graebner in
the semi-finals, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, 5-7,
6-3, beat Riessen in the final, 12-10.,
6-1 6-4, then combined with Ries-

sen to win the doubles crown.
Earlier, on the Caribbean cir-
cuit, Okker was very successful.
He won the singles at Kingston,
Jamaica, and Barranquilla, Co-
lombia. He also captured the
doubles and mixed doubles in Co-
lumbia, and the doubles in Caracas
and Curacao. Not as successful in
the United States, he did, however,
gain a share of the National In-
door doubles title.
Miss Heldman also played the
Caribbean circuit. She won the
singles in Mexico City, and reached
the finals in Caracas. Her victory
in Mexico was by default, but she
did defeat France's No 1 Fran-
coise Durr, twice, and had another THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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COCKTAIL BAR
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a.m.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

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