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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, February 6, 1976

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS •• B-B CHICKEN

Danny Raskin's



LISTENING .
POST

WHEN TALKING about
whirlwind romances, here's
one that's quite a record
breeze . . . All-around
young man Robert Feld-
man, son of Minnie and Ben
Feldman, went into the
Lincoln Towers Beauty Sa-
lon for a manicure on Jan.
14 . . . That afternoon, he
and his manicurist, Sandra
Mendelson, daughter of
Margaret and Harry Men-
delson, had lunch . . . And
in the evening went to a
show . .. Two days later,
after seeing each other con-
stantly, Bob proposed at a
party . . . and they will be
married this year . . . with
a manicure by Sandy — of
course.
CONGRATS TO . . .
Don Benyas (Mickey's
hubby) on birthday number
45.
SURE KNOW HOW TO
HURT A GUY Dept. . . .
Music man Marty Moss of
the machine record magic,
remarked that he had had
300 hair transplants . . .
Very innocently, Albert's
downtown women's wig
stylist Frieda Goldman re-
marked, "Didn't do any
good did it?"
SCOTT'S KORNER
. . . "Students and teachers
at Oak Park High's School

Within a School have com-
mitment contracts with

each other for performance
of work. Both are required
to live up to their contracts
. . . So many people falling
this winter. Take it easy.
Mighty slippery and danger-
ous under all the snow. Fel-
low walking by Oak Park
High slipped so high I was
able to catch him before he
landed."
FAVORITE STORIES
. . . By Pat Carlini . . .
about the two beboppers
passing a theater which was
playing "Quartette." . . .
Further down the street
they passed another theater
playing "Trio" . . . One
bopped to the other, "We
better dig it before they
break up altogether."
LETTER DEPT. . . .
"This plea is from the heart.
It is written on behalf of the
widow to the many couples
who are stilL together.
Please invite the widows!
Whether you go out for din-
ner or have some people in,
don't forget or neglect the
widows. When 'she' was a
couple, you often asked her
out. Now 'she' is all alone,
still the same wonderful
lady, she needs you more
than ever. 'She' needs the
warmth and friendship of
her former associates and
friends." . . . A.D.
SEEMS KIND OF fool-
ish for some organizations
not to take advantage of a
fine preventative we have in
the community against date
clashing . . . The Jewish
Community Council main-
tains a date clearing bureau
for groups planning affairs
. . . and certainly should be
used rather than creating

bad will with other organi-
zations besides taking un-
necessary chances of cutting
down on attendance.
REMEMBER . . .
WHEN you left a car wash
with a dry, clean car? . . .
WHEN you almost knew
what your bill would be at a
super market? . . . WHEN
some of the markets didn't
use such cheap junk bags?
. . . WHEN there was a gas
war and you still thought
prices were too high? . . .
WHEN Herman "Turk"
Prujansky threw nothing
but strikes in softball? . . .
Today they're getting ready
to throw him another bene-
fit in Los Angeles.
WHILE VISITING from
St. Louis with her parents,
six-year-old Lynn Goodman
stayed at the home of her
aunt and uncle, Mike and
Cele Mazer . . . When it
came time for her to go to
bed she wanted the light
kept on, and her mother, Al-
ice Goodman, asked why,
since she slept in the dark
back home . . . Little Lynn
furrowed her tiny eyebrows
a bit and replied, "At home
it's my own dark."
LOOKING BACK ON
columns of Yesteryears:
DEC. 19, 1958 . . .
"When little puppet show
fiend Susan Lieb, 4-year-old
daughter of Jack and Irene
Lieb, was told by Jack to get
off the cold recreation room
floor . . . she replied, 'Put
the strings on me."
FEB. 3, 1959 . . .
"Pauline Kravitz reports
that she was having lunch at
a downtown hostelry where
the management gives boxes
of animal crackers to juven-
ile patrons who clean their
plates . . . Two children at
an adjoining table excitedly
examined their animal
crackers and one of the
youngsters proclaimed,
`Mine are all chocolate.' . . .
`Not mine,' said the other,
`mine are integrated.' "
SEPT. 8, 1959 . . .
"While traveling via Ameri-
can Airlines to the coast,
Joe Geller watched a gent in
cowboy gear definitely re-
fuse to fasten his safety belt
. . . 'Miss,' he informed the
stewardess firmly, 'for nigh
on 20 years I've rode every-
thing I ever mounted and I
don't aim to be saddle-tied
at this stage of the game.
Let 'er buck! I'll ride 'er!' "

`Dracula' Due
in Southfield

"Dracula's Treasure," by
Dudley Saunders will be
performed by the Southfield
Repertory Theatre 1 and 3
p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m.
Sunday at the Southfield
Civic Center, parks and rec-
reation building.
Tickets are available in
advance at the parks and
recreation center. For infor-
mation, call the theater,
533-1428, or the parks and
recreation office, 354-9603.

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Wed.-Sat.

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538-4850

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Southfield
Across From Providence Hospital
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Breakfast • Lunch

• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Serving Beer & Wine
Now Open
Fri.-Sat. till 4:00 a.m.

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WED. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
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per pers.
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