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March 26, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, March 26; 1976

\

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT'S BACK TO GOOD
chomping again for a grate-
ful reader of the column
. . . Day after The Jewish
News came out with our
Lost & Found Dept. telling
of a partial denture left at
Darbys Stanley Steamer
. . . the owner very happily
came in and claimed the
bridge . . . which was as
important to him as the
Ambassador is to the
United States and Canada
. . Leaving dental work at
Darbys Stanley Steamer is
just one of the many things
folks forget, says Bernie
Kerner .. . One guy walked
out into the snow without
his shoes and didn't realize
until later that they were
missing . . . The pair he left
with were health club clogs
. . . (his shoes must have
had holes in them if he
couldn't tell the difference!)
CELIA GLINTER,
95-year-old resident of Bor-
man Hall, Jewish Home For
The Aged, was crowned
Queen Esther at its recent
annual Purim program.
COUSIN DR. HER-
BERT RASKIN is a lead-
- ing psychiatrist, but enjoys
hearing jokes pertaining to
his profession : . . Like the
one about the fellow with a
distinct fear of telephones
. . . When they rang, he
just wouldn't answer .
But the psychiatrist took
care of that . . . After con-
siderable analysis the man
was cured . . . Now he an-
swers the phone whether it
rings or not.
FIRST INSTALLA-
TION lunch for a chairman
of the Senior Adult Council
was recent occasion at Jew-
ish Center on 10 Mile Road
.. . Sam LeSure is the in-
coming chairman
Lunch was catered by
Murry Leiberman, program
chairman every year .. .
with help of Ann Hoffman,
Betty Paradise, Yetta
Daitch, Bertha Mishcovsky,
Rose Swartz, Belle Wolf and
Ann Mentzel .. all volun-
teers . . .. Senior Adult
Committee Chairman
Charles Stone installed the
new officers.
OVERHEARD . . . at
Oak Park Library . . . eld-
erly lady to librarian . . .
"Will you please look up my
card and see if I've read this
book?"
ROMANCE DEPT . .
with Aaron and Shirley
Merzin taking over as
matchmakers . . . They
were in Florida and called
Shirley Gordon, a former
distant relative . . . Aaron
and Shirley took her to din-
ner and invited her to De-
troit for a week . . . She
came and stayed seven
weeks . . . After 17 year
living in Florida, Shirley
moved to Detroit . . . and
became the wife of Lou
"Desk-Man" Block . . . in a
gala Jan. 1 New Years Eve
party celebration . . . He
hadn't seen her in 35 years.
COCKTAIL RECEP-

TION honoring Helen
Wright and Donald
"Woody" Woodson . . . and
announcing their forthcom-
ing marriage, was held at
the home of Jerry and Con-
nie Walberg in Huntington
Woods.

HARRY PARTRICH of
O'Brien's Men's World, is
out of Redford Community
Hospital . . . In keeping
with name of his stores,
Harry wore a green robe in
the hospital on Mr. Patrick's
Day.
SEEING SIGNS . . . by
Sid Cheifer . . . in the
trinket department of a lo-
cal five and ten . . . "No
need for shoplifting at our
prices."

DISA 'N DATA . . . A.
Howard Block hardly recog-
nizable with the foliage
growth on his face . . . or
has it been that long since
we've seen him . . . Broth-
ers Joe and Rube Snider a
couple of very fine gentle-
men- . . . Thanks to Sam
Weingarden for the kind
words . . . but we're not in-
terested in doing a daily col-
umn . . . Why do some
squad cars hide and only
seem to be around when you
don't need (or want) them?
. . . Be nice to see the gum
ball machine-topped cars
driving around more often
. . . gives one a very safe
feeling of security . . . don't
you think? . . .

The super market Pas-
sover parade is starting . . .
and it's always real fun just
watching the gals shop for
their Passover goodies . . .
Don't wait until the last
minute for your 1976 license
plates . . .
Fellow had his convertible
top down while driving on
Southfield in last week's low
70's weather . . . A hitch
hiker motioned for a ride
. . . and the gent raised two
to signal that he was
only going a couple of blocks
. . . Thinking he said okay,
the hitch hiker ran over to
the car as it stopped for a
red light, didn't bother to
open the door, and jumped
right in . . . This is one of
the reasons why converti-
bles are being discontinued
. . . too easy to get into.
FAVORITE STORIES
. . . by Photographer Leo
Kiiight . . . about the boy
who had stolen a transistor
radio . . . The police
pounced on him and took
him to the station . . . He
was put in a cell with a
three-time loser who asked,
"What are you in here for?"
. . . I stole a transistor ra-
dio," said the boy . . .
"That's small potatoes,"
said the man. "If you want
to be somebody in this busi-
ness, you ought to do some-
thing big, something impor-
tant. Why don't you rob a
bank?" . . . "But," replied
the boy, "I don't get out of
school until 3:30."

Theater Chain
Opening Due

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

The Movies will become
one of the, largest theater
chains in the Detroit metro-
politan area with the sched-
uled opening of 11 new
screens at three major loca-
tions and planned future
expansion.
Operation of five theaters
in the new Fairlane Town
Center in Dearborn and
four at Lakeside in Sterling
Heights will begin simulta-
neously on Wednesday.
This will be followed with
the June opening of two
theaters in the Prudential
Town Center in Southfield.
The three complexes will
total nearly 4,500 seats.
Two-day open houses, from
10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday
and Tuesday, will offer visi-
tors a behind-the-scenes
look at the theaters.

Rubinstein Will
Play as Scheduled

Famed pianist Artur
Rubinstein will give a spe-
cial benefit recital for the
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra Endowment Fund 8:30
p.m. today at Ford Audito-
rium.
Despite published reports
questioning continuance of
Rubinstein's performing
career, the 90-year-old pian-
ist has indicated he will ful-
fill all scheduled engage-
ments, including the Detroit
date.
A limited number of tax-
deductible tickets are still
available at the Ford Audi-
torium box office. For ticket
information, call Ford Audi-
torium, 961-0700.

Shark Show Set
at Car Dealership

The "Great White Shark,"
along with his brothers, the
Mako and Hammerhead,
will be part of an authentic
speciman display of man-
eating sharks, in .a free
show Wednesday through
April 3 at Jim Fresard Pon-
tiac, 400 N. Main, Royal
Oak. Hours are 9 a.m.-9
p.m. daily and 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday.
The display will have
complete audio sound track__
system narration of the his-
tory, habitat and life pat-
tern of each fish.

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