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May 16, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, May 16, 1975

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

MARY
JOANNE
MILLER,
4-year-old
daughter of Carole and Os-
car Miller, had a bad cold
. . . Last week, after sniff-
ing the flowers in a bou-
quet brought home by dad
for Mother's Day, she asked
whether or not they smelled
good . . . Carole said they
did, and asked, "Can't you
smell them?" Mary Joanne
shook her head and replied,
"No, mommy. My nose is
deaf."
SOMEBODY HAS de-
fined adolescence as the pe-
riod when a girl begins- to
powder and a boy begins to
puff . . . Another says a
boy has reached that stage
when he knows why a strap-
less gown must be held up,
but doesn't understand how.
EDITOR OF the- new
Jewish National Fund news-
letter is Paul "ol'pro" Mas-
serman.
BEST BETS of the week-
end . . . Installation dinner-
dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
this Sunday, at Raleigh
House . .. with Fenby-Carr
Orchestra . . "Good Time
20's", Friday, Saturday and
Sunday by students of
Henry Ford Comm-iinity
College . . . Starts today
with dance marathon.
GAL NOW AT the Har-
vard Shop in the Southfield-
Sears Plaza on Southfield
near 12 1/2 Mile; is Lee
Shlom, expert on men's and
boys' clothing.
THINGS PEOPLE don't
like to hear . . . when they
call a doctor and he says,
"Wrap him up in a blanket
and bring him to the office."
. Whatever happened to
those dedicated dobtors who
used to make house calls
(didn't charge through the
nose either)?-
UNUSUAL INVITE
asked guests to celebrate
70th birthday of Norman
Brode . . . Chinese lettering
and wording . . . with Nor-
man's picture as a young
boy in Chinese garb on the
front cover . . . Party was
given by his and Vera's
number one son Harvey and
Penny Brode and their num-
ber one daughter Shelly and
Dr. Burton Fogelman . . .
Norman was born in China.
THOUGHT NO ONE
carried Jockey Club cologne
— our favorite — anymore
. .. Now Steve Ruby calls
and tells us they also have it
at Capper & Capper down-
town.
MASONIC- TEMPLE
Association is taking bull by
the horns and having affairs
now for member lodges . . .
Detroit Concert Variety and
buffet roast beef dinner,
tonight • at Masonic -Temple
. . . Dinner in Fountain
Ballroom and reserved seats
for musical variety show in
Masonic auditorium are
$6.50 per person . . . Call
Sam Wilson of Perfection
Lodge, DI 1-9660.

.

BEAUTIFY YOUR
COMMUNITY . . . keep it
clean . . . carry a litter bag
in the car and don't throw
things out of the windows.

LOOKING BACK on
columns of yesteryear . . .

MAY 4, 1956 . . . "Sol
Stone and wife Lenore are
singing "It's So Nice'To
Have A Cat Around The
House" .. . and with good
reason . . . They were
sleeping when Sol heard the
kitty meowing with rapid
tones about 4:30 in the
morning . . . Waking up,
Sol couldn't see in front of
him . . . the room was filled
with smoke . . . Hurriedly
awakening Lenore and their
two children, they got out of
the house . . . A fire had
started in the basement of
their new home . . . The
fire department later said
that 10 minutes more and
all four of them would have
been goners."

MAY 25, 1956 . . .
"Patient came to see Dr.
Leonard Haking for treat-
ment on his ankle . . . After
careful examination, Leon-
ard asked him how long . he
had been going around in
this condition . . . The fel-
low said about two weeks
. . . and Leonard exclaimed
that his ankle was broken
. . . how he managed to get
around - was a marvel . . .
Asking the gent why he
didn't come to him first,
the patient replied, 'Well,
doctor, every time I say
something is wrong with
me, my wife declares I'll
have to stop smoking.' "

JUNE 22, 1956 . . . Sy
Miller was searching for
someone to run his cruiser
and was approached by a
gent applying for the job,
wearing a captain's hat and
looking just the type . . . Sy
wanted to see if the fellow
knew what he was talking
about and had him run the
craft on the Detroit River
. . . Just after finishing
telling Sy about knowing
where every snag, rock and
sandbar was on the river,
the boat shivered through-
out its length from striking
an underwater snag . . .
`See there!' he said trium-
phantly, 'that's one of them
now!' . . . (no, he didn't get
the job.)"

JUNE 29, 1956 . . .
"Little kid came into Joe
,Berris's toy shop with a
penny to spend and priced
about everything in the
store without making a se-
lection . . . It was finally
too much for Joe who was
trying to humor him along,
and as the lad still pon-
dered, he asked, 'What do
you expect to buy for a
penny — the world with a
fence around it?' . . . The
little boy thought for a mo-
ment and then said cau-
tiously, 'Well, let's see it.' "

Israeli Violinist
Wins U.S. Contest

ATLANTA (JTA) —
David Ehrlich, the young
Israeli violinist, took first
place in the finals of the
annual competition held
here last week under the
auspices of the National
Federation of Music Clubs.
Ehrlich, who participated
in the regional preliminar-
ies, won $2,000 and invita-
tions to perform with Euro-
pean orchestras.

AUTHENTIC HOME-MADE

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FOOD

OPEN DAILY 11:30-10 p.m.

(Monday only for dinner) -

BALATON

3 Wks. E. of Greenfield

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SPREE

OUR GENUINE
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-
FOR ONLY

$ 39

AFTER
4:00 P.M.

INCLUDES:

i
DINNER PRICES
D RASTICALLY REDUCED.

SIRLOIN
STEAK,
S4.95
.
-

PRIME RIB, $4.65

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* SEAFOOD * STEAKS
* COCKTAILS * PARTY CATERING

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Fine cuisine at less
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Monday-Friday
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FOR COCKTAILS & DINNERS

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Or Bobbies ....steps away
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entertainment
and informal
dining.
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(North of 12 Mile/

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STYLINGS BY

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Your Host
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Goldberg

COCKTAIL HOUR
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buds gather here because of our
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Res. Suggested Weekends
546-1894

eAlfiN

TUESDAY
NITE

Follow The Boys ...
To Fin. Food,'

RESTAURANT
3966 W. 12 Mile

Gallery to Have
Art Exhibition

Artforms Gallery, 19443
Livernois, will have -an exhi-
bition of watercolors by
Patricia Kessler and ceram-
ics by various artists Sun-
day through June 7.
An opening reception will
be held 1-6 p.m. Sunday.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

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HEARTHSTONE
TOAST



Make Friday special.
(Just $10 fort)

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If you think a ten dollar bill doesn't
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dine on Tenderloin Steak,
complete with juice or
French onion soup,

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