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April 13, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Violinist to Appear
ill Civic Symphony

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 13, 1973-27

The first Series E Savings
Bond ever issued was pur-
chased by President Franklin
D. Roosevelt on May 1, 1941.

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Now Appearing Tues.-Sat.
7:30 to Closing

VIVIAN SCOTT

At The Piano

Unusual & Exotic Seafood,
Polynesian Food 8 Cocktails

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

LOOKING AT IT another
way, that old saying about
the apple not falling far from
the tree takes on a different
meaning . . . Like Marion
Raskin meeting Jay Gold-
berger in 1941 at the Jewish
Center on Woodward . . . and
now celebrating 30-year an-
niversary as Marion and Jay
Grant . .. It is 32 years later
and son, Barry, met Ila,
daughter of Belle and Ber-
nard Yoffe at the Jewish
Center and were engaged.
REUNION TIME IS May
22 for Central High January
and June classes of 1948 . . .
The guys 'n gals running the
shindig are still on the look-
out for more classmates . . .
Call Art Finkelstein . . .
398-4497 or 557-7184.

ican Indian movement by
buy i n g beautiful turquoise
and silver jewelry and re-
selling it . . . She has an out-
standing collection and do-
nates a percentage of every
piece sold to the Indians .. .
Saudia lived abroad for some
time and since her return to
this country, has made her
home in Arizona where she
first became interested in the
Indian people . . . Here for
several weeks, her collection
of Indian work is on display
at the Sharkey home in
Farmington.

JOHNNY KEYSTONE is
celebrating 50 years in the
fur business . . . starting in
1923 on Lawrence and Wood-
BANQUETS, PARTIES
ward, now in Birmingham
ALL OCCASIONS
. . . Johnny wasn't there
Telegraph & Long Lake Rd.
SAUDIA SHARKEY, when somebody recently tried
(Formerly Devon Gables)
daughter of Virginia and Ray to break in . . . Came next
645-5050
Sharkey, is aiding the Amer- morning to find grate in back
removed. Somebody appar-
gett
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ment window like the "gold
sionsurompor
DOWNTOWN
ol' days" . . . Must have
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been frustrating to f in d
Across from Ypsilanti Savings Bank
nothing but a solid blank
wall.

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* Prime Steaks

SERVING
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DOC Ronald Miller visited
dad, Moe, who introduced
him to a friend as "My son,
Dr. Miller" . . . "Oh, you're
the smart one in the family."
"No," said R on a 1 d, "my
brother is the smart one.
He's in business w i t h his
father!"

OVER 74,000 PEOPLE at
opener of Detroit Tigers and
Cleveland Indians at Munici-
pal Stadium . . . and the
voices of Tiger fans who
had traveled to root for their
home guys were drowned
out That is, all except
jeweler Steve Kalish, who had
seats between home and first
. . . The Detroit "old guys"
had new life whenever Steve's
voice boomed . . . until a
worried Clevelander pushed
art ice c r e a m cone into
Steve's mouth . . . When po-
lice separated the two and
took them out of the park, it
meant sadness for Detroit's
ballplayers .. . and they lost
2-1 .. . (besides, Steve hates
chocolate.)

Little Marcia Golden,
daughter of Ruth and Lou
Golden, had been on dozens
of jet planes in her time .. .
but enroute to New York this
was her first overnight jour-
ney in an upper berth of a
Pullman car . . . Somewhat
frightened, she called out at
regular intervals to her
mother below, "Mommy, are
you there?" . . . After many
hours of this a gentleman
across the aisle piped up,
"Yes, mommy is here. And
I'm here too. We're all trying
to get a little sleep. So for
Heaven's sakes, stop that con-
founded noise." . . . There
was a moment of silence, and
then, a quavering little voice
icalled out "Mommy,
that God?"

Violinist David Reichman
will perform Mendelssohn's
Concerto in E Minor with the
Redford Civic Symphony 4
p.m. Sunday at Thurston
High School in Redford Town-
ship.
Reichman was born in Aus-
tria to a musically gifted
family. When they moved to
the U. S. in 1967, they were
invited to Interlochen music
camp at the recommendation
of Artur Rubinstein.
Reichman is a senior at
Indiana C e n t r a 1 College,
where he is a candidate for
graduating magna cum laude
with distinction. He has won
several music competition
awards, teaches in Indiana,
and has held the position of
concertmaster with two or-
chestras.
There is an admission
charge, a n d refreshments
will be served following the
concert.

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• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

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