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December 12, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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26 December 12, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

We specialize in
three styles of
Chinese cooking!

GMandrin
Cantonese
Szeclnien

POST

COMING IN WITH a
'black eye, scratches on his
face and clothes a mess, lit-
tle Sidney Agree was asked
by mother, Bernice Agree
(Arthur), "How many times
do I have to tell you not to
play with any of the rough
boys in school?" . . ." Aw,
mom, do I look like I've been
playing with anybody?" said
Sidney.
ERRATA . . . Those 21st
anniversary congrats last
week were for Lenore and
Jack Freed (not Freen) . .
Jack and Ray Bresler own
Red Cedars.
MEL FARR, former De-
troit Lion backfield great, is
still running for touch-
downs . . . Only this time,
it isn't across a goal line . . .
Mel and John Cook have
opened their Cook-Farr
Ford on Greenfield and 10
Mile . . . and his main
theme is for the agency to
score points with its cus-
tomers . . . By surrounding
themselves with A-1 people,
Mel and John are molding a
winning team . . . Those
football years since 1967
with the Detroit Lions, after
Mel was drafted out of
UCLA, were tremendous
ones, ranking him among
the Lions' top all-time
touchdown producers . . .
Al Gula, heading the used
car department, also comes
from somewhat of a football
background, although very
far removed from anywhere
near Mel's fabulous days
. . . Al used to play end for
Central High and was also
noted for his TD prowess.
GET WELL WISHES to
Emil Tintea, maitre d' at
Scotch 'n Sirloin . . . back
in the hospital at Providence
. . . Emil was shot a short
while ago and the bullet
that couldn't be removed
caused further complica-
tions.
IRV SOSNICK is the
host you see evenings at
Farmington-4 Theaters . . .
smiling and saying hello to
so many people he knows
. . . Faimington-4 is one of
the few theaters around
that pops its own popcorn
fresh . . . and butters it
properly . . . an asset to
watching a good movie.
DOWN
MEMORY
LANE . . . Localites Milt
Lichterman and Tommy
Moers writing the new tune
at that time, "Everybody's
Crazy 'bout Me" . . . The
buggy parades on Dexter
Blvd. having the duo melody
of women talking and ba-
bies crying at the same time
. . . with neither paying
much attention to the other
. . . Some fellows trying to
start a new spot to be
known as Sherwood Coun-
try Club (Dr. Ed Kanter was
temporary chairman) that
never got off the ground
. . . People walking around
at night . . .
Folks going into the
Cream of Michigan on Pin-
gree and 12th Sts. for the
best banana cream pie in

town . . . Turk Prujansky
one of the greatest softball
pitchers anywhere . . .
hardly anyone getting a hit
off him . . . and later be-
coming night life mayor of
Detroit . . . The fashion
parades at Darbys . . .
Good eggs and onions at
Lieberman and Citron on
Linwood and Blaine (it's a
lost art at most delicates-
sens today.)
CHILDREN'S DEPT.
. . . The Marion and Arnold
Brisman family were at din-
ner and daughter, Bette,
refused a bit of food with an
emphatic, "I don't like it"
. . . prompting her little
brother Howard to chirp up
with, "Sh, don't say that.
The more you don't like a
thing the gooder it is for
you."
SCENES AROUND
TOWN
. . . Joe Nash at the
.
piano bar of Jakks with
"competition" from a toy
monkey placed on his piano
. . . a lot of cymbal accom-
paniment fun . . . Alice
McCalden, waitress at
Max's Deli, a gem . . . For-
mer localite Lil Dictor, kere
for a short visit . . . feeling
bad she couldn't see all the
folks she wanted to be with
. . . Brother, Marv's wife,
Shirley, everybody's per-
sonal shopper . . . and a
very good one too . . . She
could make a lot of money if
she wanted to . . . Ricky
Dee (Drapkin) a booking
agent with Gail & Rice.
CONGRATS . . . to Art
and Ann Newman on their
35th anniversary . . . Party
by daughter Lois Katz at
Franklin Pt. Club House
had over 80 folks joining ce-
lebration.
-
LOOKING BACK ON
COLUMNS of Yesteryears
. . . Dec. 5, 1947 . . .
"Errata Dept. . . . Regard-
ing mention of Milton Doner
emcee'ing the Council Ca-
reer affair, as the advertis-
ing man . . . comes a note
which reads . . . 'Mr. Milton
J. Doner wishes to state
that his brother, W.B.
Doner, is the man in the
advertising field, and he
would never be engaged in
any finaicial activity with-
out an inventory.' "

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Artist to Present
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Mrs. Terry Oster will
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showing of acrylics, mixed
media and oils Saturday
and Sunday at Gallery Art
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A total of 34 works will be
on display. An exhibition of
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