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January 02, 1976 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 January 2, 1976

AJCongress Has
A New 'Hot Line'

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

By HY LEWIS
Guest Columnist

OUR WISH on the begin-
ning of this auspicious Bi-
centennial year, is for peace
and understanding among
nations and people all over
the world . . . and to our
loved ones and your loved
ones, a healthy and happy
new year.
SHIRLEY CASH, a fol-
lower of Psycho-Cybernet-
ics, (What you think . . .
you are!) and also a very
dear and personal friend of
the author, Dr. Maxwell
Maltz . . . is truly a winner.
On her vacation trips to Las
Vegas she passes the slot
machines and all the games
of chance to shop for
clothes. Shirley is easily one
of the best dressed business
women locally and reflects
what the author calls, "a
positive self-image."
FAY FRUMIN was sur-
prised, really surprised . .
what was to be a milestone
birthday party for a few
friends became a surprise
gala given by hubby Her-
man at the Furniture Club.
What a sight to see Fay's
seven grandchildren ap-
proaching the stage each
with a red rose in their
hands to present Grandma.
The tenderness of a beauti-
ful poem by Fay's Francis
and Marlene brought a tear
to the eyes of the well-wish-
ers and when Sammy Woolf
joined Herman and Fay in
song everyone got into the
act which made it a night to
remember. Many happy re-
turns.
RHODA RUBY who
helps her brother Al Silver
from time to time as a re-
ceptionist at Unique Re-
productions converts televi-
sion commercials into
Yiddish and you can split
your sides laughing at how
funny they turn out. Rhoda
should write a book . . .
most everyone else has.
IF A FEW more City of
Hope members were to buy
condominiums in Florida,
they could hold their winter
meetings there. The latest
to purchase a condo is Fred
and Clara Silber (Mr. and
Mrs. Group). They went
halves with children Dennis
and Debbie Silber (New
Horizons). OK, the meeting
will come to order . . . who
has the sun tan oil?
TV 2's Ken Ford wasn't
laughing, but the entire tel-
evision staff and guests at-
tending a recent morning
show hosted by Vic Caputo
were. Cy and Sheldon Rott
were demonstrating their
Allstate Home Alarm Sys-
tem when Caputo had an
idea in back of his mind that
would defy the alarm. He
borrowed a hammer and
proceeded to break a win-
dow glass that looked like it
wasn't taped. When the
blow came and the glass
shattered a bell alarm went
off . . . so loud that Ken
cupping his ears shrieked,
"Man ! . . I'd sooner have

them burgle the house than
hear that bell!" But he who
laughs last . . . etc . . . etc.
BIRDIE WINER asked
her grandson Robert, age 4,
what he would like, a baby
brother or sister. His brow
wrinkled for a moment and
a little bewildered replied,
"I don't know, grandma, the
baby isn't done yet." Now
the baby is "all done" and it
is a little girl, Amy, offspr-
ing of Lois and Alan Winer.
Lois' parents, Dorothy and
Art Steinberg are beaming.
IRA LEVY, men's ap-
parel rep and soon slated to
be president of the Michigan
Apparel Club is a man of
"all seasons." Ira is also co-
owner and genial host of
Mama Zelda's in Southfield.
Al Coleman, Al Stein and
Sherwood Leitman, fellow
MAC's, seem to have put on
a little weight since the
spaghetti house opened.
WHEN ANN RUBIN'S
mother Bessie Davis who
lived to the wonderful and
venerable age of 102 was cel-
ebrating her 90th birthday,
Roslyn Alexander asked, "If
you could have one wish,
what would it be?"
Sprightly Bessie didn't hesi-
tate for a reply; she said,
"Oh ! . . . I wish I could be
80 again!"
MAYNARD FELD-
MAN, display artist and
pickle fancier got a nice
spread in a local paper re-
cently. Maynard calls people
at random to pitch his
wares. He offers his jars of
home made pickles for $10
each or two for $25 and has
little or no trouble in selling
them. All the proceeds go to
swell the coffers for the sen-
ior citizens of Southfield.
WE KEEP running into
the inseparables, Marian
Raimi and Rose Feldstein at
different eateries. The kind
sisters always have some-
thing nice to say about the
columns.
TILLIE
GREEN-
BERG'S hubby Joe just
can't retire. Bored after
leaving Excello Ltd. after
umpteen years as chief de-
signer, Joe took a position as
a consultant for a local firm.
Now between his new job,
his fishing in Florida waters
from time to time and his
grandchildren, Joe is happy.
READING 'SCOTT'S
CORNER' from time to
time in Danny Raskin's col-
umn takes me back to 1942
when Danny began his writ-
ings for The Jewish News.
Now Scott Raskin as co-edi-
tor of a newspaper at Oak
Park High School is on his
way to a `by-line'. Like
father, like son ... write on.
FLASHBACK, dateline
1940's . . . Joe Forbes play-
ing softball against Turk
Prujansky's City Cham-
pions at Codd field. Joe rep-
resented McCullough Field
then. Genial Joe is now
playing a different kind of
ball game . . . but he's al-
ways out to win.

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
announced a new number
for its "Action Hot Line"
now expanded to provide
current information on Is-
rael and other international
issues as well as news about
Soviet Jews. The new num-
ber is (212) 879-7722.
Callers will hear a rec-
orded message with up-to-
date news on the three mil-
lion Jews in the USSR, lat-
est develpments in Israel
and the Middle East, and
current activities in the New
York area to mobilize sup-
port for Soviet Jewry and to
fight current attacks on Is-
rael. The recorded message
will be updated regularly.
If there is any statement
or announcement pertain-
ing to Soviet Jewry or Israel
that interested individuals
wish to convey through this
medium, call the AJCon-
gress, 212-879-4500.

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