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February 20, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-20

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22 Friday, February 20, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

7523 W. McNici- eols Rd.

ON 2-6455!

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

HOW'S THIS FOR con-
fidence? . . . Michael Aller,
in Los Angeles where he
lives before returning to
Detroit about April, calling
so the barber there can talk
to Al Nettle at the Charter
House Barber Salon on Nine
Mile . . . on how Michael's
hair should be styled . . .
cus-
Could start a trend
tomers calling from all
all over
the world for this purpose
. . If Al can't talk the lan-
guages, partner Roy Calley
will do the answering . . .
He speaks six different lin-
gos, including Hebrew,
which Roy taught in a Bra-
zilian synagogue.
BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to Elsie Ka-
plan, wife of jeweler Sey-
mour Kaplan . . Elsie was
born on Friday the 13th, but
has been only good luck for
Seymour.
NATHAN LANDGAR-
TEN, former Detroiter . .
way back when as a mem-
ber of the Jewish Center
Maccabbees on Woodward
. . was recently honored
at an Inaugural Israel Din-
ner of State for Israel Bonds
in the Versailles Ballroom
of Beverly Hilton Hotel in
Los Angeles.
DANCEMASTER JOE
CORNELL at Greenfield
and 10 Mile, is getting into
the disco theme in a big way
. . . Plus lessons in hustle,
bump, etc . . . His studio on
Friday nights will be known
as "Alumni" for young folks
past Bar or Bat Mitzva age
and still too young to drive
. . "These kids we feel are
sort of stuck," says Uncle
Joe . . . The disco night will
be open to school alumni
and their friends . . . com-
plete with spotlight on re-
volving ceiling ball, flashing
marquee lights and disco
recordings . . . Will proba-
bly start about March 1 . .
After 13 years, this is the
something different he has
been seeking for these kids
. . . a place to come dressed
properly while doing their
flashing disco dance theme.
LENORE PICKMAN
has been writing poetry
since a young child . . . and
her book "Collections" con-
tains 29 favorites . . . which
can be purchased in most
neighborhood suburban
book stores.
BELATED BIRTHDAY
Congrats . . . to our sister,
Belle Weingarden.
HE'S SURE GOT THE
name . . . and talent too, we
understand . . . This is Mi-
chael Daddio, being brought
to the Sheraton Southfield
today (Friday) for a dream
seminar by Sol Lewis' Mich-
igan Metaphysical Society
for Psychical Research . . .
Time is 7:30 p.m.
TO KEEP THE Hannah
Schloss Old Timers on their
toes, the members are being
asked to bring their best
girls to a Leap Year Party,
Feb. 29, 2 p.m. at the 10 Mile
Rd. branch of the Jewish
Center . Mollie Bank is

chairman . . and it'll fea-
ture entertainment by the
"Mrs. Two" — Mamie Law-
son and Doris Coleman .
plus bagels and coffee . . .
For more info call Mollie
Bank, 968-5298 . . . Alfred
A. Klunover is president of
the Old Timers.
WISHING ALOUD . . .
THAT many doctors are as
on time for appointments as
they are for their golf games
. . . THAT everybody was
as nice as The Jewish News
staff . . . THAT Maurice
Cohen gives that belated
birthday party he talked
about.
THANKS TO ALL .
from Helen Rosenberg, City
of Hope Cancer Fighters
founder and president, and
hubby Tommy, who did
disco dancing long before
anybody even thought there
was such a thing . . .
Tommy has recovered from
his recent illness . . . and is
about ready to show the
kids how it's done.
SCOTT'S KORNER
. . . "Friend of mine's
grandfather was happy to
receive a Polaroid camera
for his birthday. Three days
later, his 15th grandchild
was born and he hurried to
the hospital to take the first
picture. When he asked the
nurse to hold up the baby,
she asked, 'First grand-
child?'. . . 'No,' said the
grandfather, 'first camera."'
CLIENT OF BARRIS-
TER Mort Eskin asked his
wife, or our anniversary,
would you rather have a
mink coat or a trip to
Sweden? . . . "Let's go to
Sweden," the wife replied,
"I understand mink coats
are much cheaper there
than here." -

LOOKING BACK On
Columns of Yester-
years . . .

OCT. 6, 1967 . . . "Seater
at the same table were opto-
metrists Dr. Ben Stein and
Dr. Sol Lesnick . . . Having
to read something, Ben dis-
covered he had left his
glasses home, so he bor-
rowed those owned by Sol
. . . As it turned out, both
have the same reading pres-
cription . . . Ben and Sol
are new grandparents, and
while comparing notes on
their respective grandsons,
an interested lady'at the
table showed her grand-
child's picture and suddenly
popped out her contact lens
. . . But the two gallant op-
tometrists were equal to the
task and soon brought peace
and tranquility by coming
to her immediate rescue."

Peace

Since thou hast given to
the poor man what he was
lacking, I regard it, says the
Lord, unto thee as though
thou hast made peace be-
tv.Teen me and him.
—Vayikra Rabbah

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