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January 09, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

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26 * Januciri'9, 1976

THE DETROIT' JEWISHNEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

Beth Moses synagogue.
Both are community
minded. Young Jerry lost
SAM AND SYLVIA out by just a few votes for
Goldstein are shopping for a councilman in Oak Park, his
set of golf cltibs for their first try. Let me paraphrase
brand new grandson, Ryan the Jack in-the-box TV com-
Lee Goldstein. Sam, who mercial, "Look out-Mayor
owned the Washington Shepherd!" . . . Parents
Theatre in Royal Oak and Grace and Bill Naftaly `shep
now resides in Florida, will nahas'!
have to wait for little Ryan
ROBERT GARELIK of
, to grow up to play a round Birmingham who is retiring
of golf. In the meantime, the froth the art gallery busi-
proud parents, Don and ness after 25 years serving
Donna Goldstein are doing art buffs and championing
just fine. .
Michigan artists tells about
THE CLUB HOUSE at the speculative dowager
Hunter's Ridge was the who came in one day to ask
scene of a recent happening if he had any paintings or
. . a surprise silver wed- sculpture by 'promising'
ding anniversary for two dead artists.
golden people, Lou and Lor-
HOW ARE YOU doing
raine Popper. Close to a with your New Year's reso-
Inindred guests reveled in lutions? . . . when 7-year-
the happy milestone bash old Julie Oram asked her
given by the Popper's sons, mother Donna what a New
Kenny -and Rickey. Doris Year resolution was her
Moglovkin, one of the mother replied that it is a
guests, is still beaming with promise you make to your- .
what she calls a happy han- self at the beginning of the
gover.
year that you tr:t, hard not
HUBBY MARV and lit- to break., Julie pondered for
tle tots Stacey and Kim- a moment and said, "I'm
berly are walking on air . .
going to make little sister.
wife and mother . Arlene Robyn promise not to break
Gurecki did the impossible my toys."
and won't come down off JERRY BIELFIELD is
the clouds. What did Arlene the long-time Detroit Ford
do? . . . She backgammoned-- dealer whose looks, charm
her uncle Bundy, Bernard and know-how returns for
Middleinan, best out of five the third consecutive year as
games and Uncle Bundy is co-director of the prestigi-
an expert. Backgammon is a . ous Automobile Show at
word that comes from -two Cobo Hall. -
Welsh words meaning little
I'M STILL CHUCKL-
battle. The way Arlene and ING over what Judge Mary
her Uncle Bundy throw the Frankel told Henry Baskin
dice makes this interesting when the popular attorney
game a big battle . . . ask asked Frankel to tie the
Marv.
nupital knot for Free Press
IVA HOPTMAN was columnist Bob Talbert and
promised a new fur jacket his now spouse some time
by long-time family friend ago. Frankel said if he had
Ben Teitel if she would lose to officiate under water or
a certain amount of weight on top of a flag pole . . . no
in a specified time. Iva lost way! But the Talberts are
the bet. Hubbie Charlie just nice 'plain folk' and the
showered her with a new small but eventful wedding
mink coat . . . now Iva has was a joy for those attend-
become a winner by being a ing.
loser. As they say; she is
THEY SAY that travel
slimming down beautifully. `broadens' one. Not the case
IRVING AND SARAH with Dr. Harold Pliskow
PITT had a - dream during and wife Ethel recently re-
World War II and started
turned from the Orient.
out making pull toys in a These classy people are still
slim and trim and have-al-
store front on Linwood . . .
later used the profits to be- most covered the planet in
gin a small general hard- their sojourns.
AND SPEAKING about
ware store on Plymouth
Road when their three boys
the good doctors . . . viva-
were growing up . . . and cious Ethel Levy hints that
much later because of their soon the art world will be
unique ability of making ready for a one-man show of
metal sculpture from tie
friends of their customers
moved to much larger hands of hubby Marvin.
RUBY SAMSON 'didn't
quarters which now occupy
a full city block on Plym- wait for 1976 to stop smok-
ing . . yep, no more cigars
outh and Middlebelt 1 . .
and in addition to that, they for Ruby. With the help of
have added five new auto ac- his wife, Pauline, and a host
cessories stores which have of friends he- "kicked the
become a family affair with habit." And to Molly Lipson
sons, Barry; Lennie and . . . Yes you were one of the
Murray, who the business is founders of the Mr. and
named after, along with Mrs. Grodp, City of Hope
Ire's sister Ruth and brother 282. We have the original
Al and all sharing in the charter to prove it. You and
dream which is now a real- hubby Sam are duly in-
ity .. . only in America.
scribed on the document
NAFTALY and more than that . . . you
JERRY
won't take a back seat to his served as the first woman
brother Bob, president of president.

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Guest Columnist

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