28 Friday, March 14, 1975
THE DETROIT JEWISH WEWS
DELIGHTFULLY un- inkings to first generation
usual motif was theme of members here in town and
Bar Mitzva reception for those in Toronto; London,
David Herschell, son of Er- Ont.; South Africa, etc.
nest and Sheila Citron, at
WHEN HE HELD up a
Cong. Beth Achim . . . plaque, everyone thought
Dave's hobby being magic, Adat Shalom Synagogue
that's what his big night Men's Club president Al
revolved about . . . begin- Farber was naturally going
ning with guests taking to give it to a member . . .
their seating cards from a Instead, he announced that
huge top hat . . . to mir- this time it would be to a
rors, coke bar named woman .. . Tony Dobkin
"David's Flying Carpet," (Sam), the recipient, has,
bunny centerpieces, magi- for 19 years, served the fel-
cians going from table to ta- lows Sunday morning
ble and a magical show for breakfast . . . and contin-
interested attendees . . . No ues to start the day off right
magic that Royal Caterers for about 50 gents each
did a very fine job . . . as week.
did Larry Freedman and
OOPS! DEPT. . . . Cor-
band . . . Artie Nelson- rect name of girl with Earl
Billy Rose Quintet . . . or Weisberg at Musician's Ball
the wonderful time had by (Latin Quarter) was Dolores
close to 300.
Leader . . . not Leach.
Some of the people at
BINGO by Eleanor Roos-
David's shindig . . . Harold evelt
Finegood giving his saying urday Hadassah
night, 8:30 p:m., is to
to Judge Charles and Mary raise money
in support of
Kaufman, "The Republican
Party is the party of convic-
tions" . . . Bernie Fried- Ein Karem, Israel . . . It'll
man, suave with his well- be at 380 S. Bates (Maple &
trimmed goatee . . An- Woodward) . . . Barbara
drea Stone unbelievably Ben is chairman, 477-5174.
beautiful from the tall
did his annual good
we use to know . . . Joe and timer for students by taking
Nita Silberschein without 23 of them to the Golden
their dogless leash that had Gloves at State Fair . . .
Toronto-ites in an uproar and then out for pizza . . .
PATIENT of Dr. Sanford
. •.--- .- 116-rk - Plotkin talking
with Hy Weinstein about Rautbort was wheeled back
the days on Brush St. when to his room after an opera-
one would take some candy tion and placed back in bed
while the other served as . . . An hour or so later be
lookout . . . Mary Adler "on awakened, and the first
date" with Sue Band, saying thing he noticed on opening
she can eat whipped cream his eyes was that the win-
galore according to her diet dow shades had been pulled
. . . Julie and Jack Citrcin down . . . He asked the resi-
still one of our town's most dent doctor why the light
beautiful couples . . . Jack was shut out from his room
Ginsburg in sharp tuxedo . . . "We didn't do it to keep
"going to town" on the the light out," the doctor
dance floor . . . Murray said. "I had the shades
Hozman always smiling. drawn because there is a
COURT CLERK Myra fire across the street. I
Richardson in Oak Park, didn't want you to wake up
tells of the traffic cop stop- and think the operation
ping a woman driver going wasn't a success."
65 miles an hour down Cool- • LOOKING BACK on
idge . . . He asked what Listening Post columns of
speedway she thought she yesteryear . . .
FEB. 15, 1946 . . . "Over
was on . . . and the lady an-
swer- ed, "My brakes don't there in the driest part of
work and I'm in a hurry to Africa, where it hadn't
get home before I have an rained in five years and the
accident!" burning sand moved silently
PROCEEDS of tickets over miles and miles of
bought from Children's, Or- nothing at all, Tommy
thogenic School . . . for the Moers, of the printing fam-
Ice Capaces show of this ily, sat in the flimsy bar-
Sunday at Olympia, 6 p.m. racks still trying to win a
. . . go to the fine non-profit game of poker . . . For
school . . . It's main inter- weeks, the only thing that
est is in educating and pro- looked like a good hand
viding therapy for emotion- turned out to be a mirage
ally-disturbed children . . . . . . Then it happened! . . .
plus helping them reach A full-house of the most ter-
their fullest potential . . . rifle rainstorm Africa had
For more info, contact ever seen! . . . The fellows
Karen Siegel, 626-4024. ran out to watch the rare
LITTLE MAKES A fam- spectacle . . . and then hur-
ily more cohesive than com- ried back inside as every-
munication . . . however it thing went sailing away
may be . . . and a little . . . including the roof . . .
newsletter sent out by Down came the walls as
Jimmy, Tobye and Robbi steel beams crashed about,
Laker is the sticky glue that missing Tommy by inches
helps to keep their wide- as he lay on the floor clutch-
spread relations together ing three cards from the
. . . The Jimmy Laker fam- royal flush he had no more
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