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June 28, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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Friday, June 28, 1974-23

Ideas are so worthless un THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
less harnessed to industry
and guided by good judg-
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AS OF JAN. 1, 1975, Oak
Park Municipal Court will
become District Court 45B
. with Marvin Frankel and
Ben Friedman retaining their
posts as district judges . . .
Also in 45B will be Hunting-
ton Woods, Pleasant Ridge
and Royal Oak Township .. .
Frankel and Friedman will
preside.
BIG BEEF COMES from
Scott Sharg, 10-year-old son
of Paul and Lolly Sharg .. .
"I struck out 55, not 50,"
says Scott, ace Cub hurler in
the Southfield Little League.
FRANKLIN POINTE Club-
house in Southfield is beau-
tiful . . . overlooking swim-
ming pool and patio . .
Spacious room with fine fur-
nishings . . but only two
ashtrays that make folks go
from one end of the room to
empty their ashes at the
other . . . We were there for
the graduation party of Dr.
Louis Jacobs, given him by
his wife Paulette and sons
Ross and Jeff .. Lou grad-
uated from Michigan State
University College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine.
A LOT OF GAS stations
are washing windshields now
.. Kind of costly though, at
6. 0 cents a gallon . . . Speak-
ing of washes, wonder if
those 59 cent or 69 cent car
washings will ever come_
'back? . . . "Or have people
forgotten about them?
REQUEST FOR A- RERUN
of this story comes from
Sylvia Mosten (George) ..
Sinking fast, old man Man-

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delbaum detected the aroma
of strudel coming from the
kitchen . . . "Mama's baking
a _strudel," he whispered
eagerly to the son at his bed-
side. "Go out to the kitchen
and tell her if there's one
thing I want to do before I
go, it's to eat a piece of her
wonderful strudel." . . . The
son did as he was asked, but
returned empty-handed, re-
porting, "Mama says it's for
the people who will be com-
ing over later."
ONLY MOTHER AND
DAUGHTER manicuring
team around that we know of
is at Charter house Barber
Shop on Nine Mile in South-
field . . . Yetta Melton (Lou)
and sweet Susan make up the
popular polishing pair.
BOB GOLDMAN, bossman
at Bob's Traveling Market in
Oak Park, has discovered
there's no such thing as be-
ing indispensable . . . As a
result, no more torrid seven-
day weeks for him . . . All
because Bob took off a
couple of days and was
pleasantly shocked that the
place can run without him.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Detroit Lodge 55 won't close
its Castle Hall for summer
. . . Its air-conditioned spot
on Coolidge will continue
regular Tuesday night meet-•
ings . . . But it'll be cooler
the night of July 17 at Ben
Bolton's home . . That's
when Detroit Lodge 55 has
its annual splash party.
AD MAN LEONARD SIM-
ONS and wife Harriette,
back from a trip abroad,
covering Portugal, S p a i n,
France, Switzerland; Ger-
many, Holland, Italy and
E n g 1 a n d, discovered that
prices there are sky-high
now . . . "No more matziahs,
(bargains)," says Leonard
. . . Plenty of pharmatziahs
(drug stores in Italy) notes
Harriette.
QUICKIES . . . At a party,
there are two kinds of people
—those who want to go home
early and those who want to
be the last ones in the place.
The trouble is they're always
married to each other .. A
convict serving a life sen-
tence in a Wyoming jail
writes a weekly column for
the prison newspaper. He
calls it "Here Today, Here
Tomorrow." . . A trigger-
tempered boss caught an em-
ploye reading his newspaper
during working hours, and
barked, "When you" get to
the Help Wanted ads, start
making notes."
FATIGUED BY A HARD
day at the office, a father
found the racket being made
by his two sons too much
for his : jangled nerves and
sent them upstairs to their
room after a severe scolding
. . . The next morning he
found this note pinned to his
bedroom door . . . "Be good
to your children and they
will be good to you. Yours
truly, God."

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