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December 13, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 13, 1974-29

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

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A MOTORIST ON Green-
field stopped to help a wo-
man driver stalled on the
corner of 10 Mile during the
recent big snow barrage .. .
He found her taking sand out
of the trunk of her car and
sprinkling it around the front
wheels . . . "It -ought to go
under the back wheels," he
said . . . Sneering at his stu-
pidity, she replied. "The
back wheels go around all
right. It's the front wheels
that won't turn."
SOMETHING NEW . . .
free full-run major television
movies- with no commercials
. . . Room prices at Stouf-
fer's Northland Inn stay the
same and the movies come
over the TV screen . . . Bob
and Marge Metz have the
distributorghip . . . their
Cinema Video Systems being
affiliated with First Cine-Tel
Communications . . North-
land Inn is first in the area
to offer this free in-room
service . . and certainly
won't be the last . . . (X-rat-
ed movies are taboo.)
CHARLIE ROBINSON teas
of a customer at his Shell
Station on Eight Mile who
put a blanket over the front
of his car a recent cold night
. . . When it started right off
the next morning he congrat-
ulated himself . . Then
came the realization . . . the
car is a Corvair with the en-
gine in the rear.
WHEN IT COMES TO
sports, Lisa Barak, 14-year-
old daughter of Dr. Stuart
and Rosanne Barak, takes
after her barrister uncle
Warren Kifferstein, rather
than grandpa Harry Kiffer-
stein . She recently re-
ceived her letter in tennis
from Southfield L a t h r up
High School 2 . . and also
plays for Tam 0' Shanter
Country Club . . . Warren
loves his tennis, but give
arry golf — morning, noon
nd night.
REDECORATING his den,
Oscar Burstein decided it
was a good place to display
the awards and citations that
he and his sons had won over
the years . . . Up went his
World War II battle ribbons,
Boy Scout certificates and
many sports trophies . . .
When he was almost finished
Oscar remarked to wife Bette
that it was too bad she had
no awards to contribute ..
whereupon she produced,
neatly framed, • their three
sons' birth certificates.
MERCHANDISE, GIFT
certificates anything, are
tax deductible for the Debo-
rah Chapter, Bnai Brith, "An
Evening at the Auction" set
for Feb. 22 . . . Call Ellen
Wolff, vice president, 547-
2886.

THE VOICE ON the phone
last week told man-about-
town Phil Kaplan that he had
dialed the wrong number .. .
"Are you sure?" said Phil
. . The stranger on the
other end replied quickly,
"Have I ever lied to you be-
fore?"
A WIFE WHO says she
can read her husband like a
book rarely does . . . Instead
of skipping what she doesn't
like, she goes over and over
it.
DAUGHTER LINDA had
been womised a telephone
for her 14th birthday by par-
ents Alice and Merle Good-
man . . . Shortly before its
installation, there were' elab-
orate plans afoot among her
friends . . They stashed
away pickles, sardines and
crackers in her room . . .
And they brought knitting,
hair curlers and playing
cards to occupy those who
would not be on the phone ...
Finally the big day arrived
. . . At 4 p.m. Linda thun-
dered in from school with
three excited friends, follow-
ed a few minutes later by
four more . . . After a brief
lull, three more arrived . . .
Finally the last youngster
dashed upstairs . . . All this
confusion was suddenly fol-
lowed by a great silence .. .
Alice went upstairs to inves-
tigate and found a roomful
of surprised and wide-eyed
faces .. . After a distressed
pause, Linda - said softly,
"There's nobody to call—
we're all here."
LOCAL GENT'S WIFE has
been driving for two months
and he says she isn't'kidding
when she comes home and
says, "Guess who I ran into
today?"
LITTLE JOEY KLEIN,
five-year-old son of Beverly
and Jerry Klein returned
home from the doctor with
mother and dad . . . . He was
disobeying Jerry, who raised
his voice in an irritated tone
. . Little Joey recalled what
the doctor had told Jerry and
said, "Daddy, have you for-
gotten what the doctor said?
to take it easy with the child-
ren because we are nervous
and high-strung?"

Allon to Continue
W. German Talks

BONN (JTA)—Israeli For-
eign Minister Yigal Anon will
have talks here at the end of
February with West German
Foreign Minister Hans-Diet-
rich Genscher.
The two are expected to
continue the dialogue they
began in September in New
York during the UN General
Assembly.

Czech Jews to Be
at Maccabi Union
Museum Opening

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gin will take place Sunday
MON. EL TUES.
at Kfar Maccabi on the oc-
casion of the opening of the
Maccabi World Union's Mu-
seum.
HOUR GLASS s
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From as low as $1.80 per/person (plus tax & tip)
conference reports, special
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Includes: Minnestrone soup - Garlic Bread -
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Spaghetti - Dessert - Beverage
movement.
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The foundations of the
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At the time, the Bohemian
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1923. The' culmination of the
Mary Ellen Lippman's
movement came when the
world congress of the Mac-
cabi Union assembled in
Brno in 1935; by that time
the 'Czechoslovakian Mac-
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members. Delegations from
Czechoslovakia took part in
the first Maccabia in Pales-
tine in 1932 and ih the • sec-
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