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June 06, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, June 6, 1975

Arab's Peace Plan

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

ARTIE FIELDS, son of
community stalwart Sally
Fields, and in his own right
a well-known producer of
music for commercial adver-
tising, is on the June 9
Southfield school board
election ballot.
SONNY ELIOT quote
. . . "Don't learn traffic
laws by accident."
PITY THE GALS work-
ing in bakeries who have to
patiently put up with cus-
tomers that give them a
rough time . . . We were in
one bakery where the cus-
tomer had a woman cut
some cake . . . and then re-
fused to take it because the
price was too high.
THEY MET on a blind
date and have been married
years, but Marvin and
Carol Kaufman -have - their
eyes open when it comes to
making each other happy
. . . Last year, she gave him
a surprise birthday with gag
or toy gifts which were
turned over to a boys' organ-
ization . . . Recently, the
tables were turned as Mar-
vin honored Carol on her
40th with what was sup-
posed to be a surprise but
someone let the cat out of
the bag . . . Gag gifts, too,
but nothing like the ones
Marvin received.
TUCKED IN HIS BED,
little Ronnie Kovan, 6-year-
old son of Muriel and Sam
Kovan, was up when mom
came into the room to kiss
him goodnight, wearing a
revealing off-the-shoulder
cocktail dress . . . He asked
where she was going all
dressed up, and Muriel re-
plied - that she and daddy
were going to aiv:Tedding re-
ception . • • ge.e,
mommy," said little R ohnA
"airt ya scared somebody
might see you?"
SAMMY LIEBERMAN,
head of Raleigh House ca-
tering, will be this year's
"Man Of The Year" award
recipient by Detroit Busi-
nessmen's Group, City of
Hope . . . The group, by the
way, is still looking to
change its name . . . may
have a contest if nobody
comes up with one every-
body likes.
DENNIS FOON, son of
Al and Shirley Foon, who
was graduated two years
ago from the University of
Michigan, will be in town,
June 24 with his new bride,
Jane . . . Three years ago,
at U of M., T/ ermis won the
Hopwood Award for his
writing and producing plays
. . . and on graduating was
given a fellowship to the
University of Vancouver,
which he now attends . . .
He met his new wife there.
STORY TOLD by Mel
Taubman bears out fact
that kids know more about
fife nowadays than we think
they do . . . His little
daughter, Harriet, was puz-
zled as to her origin . . .
"How'd I get here,
mommy?" she asked Betty

Taubman . . . "God sent
you, dear," answered Betty,
using the well-worn evasion
. . . "And did God send you,
too, mommy?" was the next
question . . . to which Betty
said yes . . . "And grandma
and great-grandma, too?"
. . . Again the answer was
yes . . . Little Harriet
shook her head dubiously
. . . "Then you mean to tell
me, mommy, that there
have been no sex relations in
this family for over 200
years?"
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryear . . .
NOV. 2, 1956 "An em-
ploye at his furniture store
was getting married and
invited Rube Katz and his
wife Ida . . . When the date
came they took their little
daughter Jeanne along and
are happy to say she acted
like a perfect lady, not say-
ing a word . . . except for
one instance . . . While sit-
ting in the church watching
the wedding, she suddenly
exclaimed, 'Mommy, has the
lady changed her mind?'
. . . Ida asked what she
meant, and little Jeanne
replied, 'Well, she went up
the aisle with one man and
came back with another.' "
AUG. 23, 1957. . . "Top
note of the week during our
recent stay at Sinai Hospi-
tal was sent up to our room
from Dr. Ray Altman, fol-
lowing a bit of minor sur-
gery done on us with his
nimble fingers . . . The vol-
unteer hospital gal, after
handing us cards from so
many swell people, also
brought some plants and
handed us the "very urgent"
message that read, 'How do
you rate so many flowers? I
did all the work!' "
NOV. 1, 1957 . . . "Late
one evening, recently, the
non-Jewish next door neigh-
bor of shoeman Murray
Maisel saw a flickering light
in the home next door to
hers and called the fire de-
partment . . . Three fire
wagons came roaring to a
halt with sirens blaring
. . . The lady of the house
wasn't home so the firemen
forced their way in through
the kitchen window and
came out looking a bit shee-
pish . . . with one of them
carrying what turned out to
be a yahrzeit licht!' "
"I DO" DEPT.. . . Sam
Geller and Kay Milgrom
will become Mr. and Mrs. at
the end of this month.

ORT Argentina
Reports Growth

TEL AVIV — In Argen-
tina, the new school year
has begun at ORT Buenos
Aires with 528 students reg-
istering.
In all, 226 youngsters
were enrolled as new stu-
dents, which has made it
necessary to set up four new
classes.

Happiness is faith.

AUTHENTIC HOME-MADE

BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Sana Hassan, the Egyptian
journalist who spent several
months in Israel, told a
large audience at the Jewish
Cultural Center here that
the road to peace in the Mid-
dle East begins with ideo-
logical confrontation of the
two sides.
We must begin by talk-
ing, she said. "If you have an
enemy, failing to confront
his ideas with yours is not a
realistic approach. We must
not act like ostriches."
She applied this reason-
ing not only to the Arabs
who pretend that Israel does
not exist, but also to Israel
concerning the Palestinians.
Mrs. Hassan is due to re-
turn to Israel where she
plans to finish a book about
her experience living in Is-
rael. The book, she noted,
will be her contribution to a
peaceful solution.

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