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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-23

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26 Friday, July 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Feinberg Leads
Local Arts Council

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

"THIS PLEA IS from
the heart. It is written on
behalf of a widow to the
many couples who are still
together. Please invite the
widows! Whether you go
out for dinner 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
alone, still the same
wonderful lady, she needs
you more than ever. She
needs the warmth and
friendship of her former
associates and friends.
Perhaps your readers will
be more compassionate — if
you remind them." . . .
Sincerely, Your Reader,
A.D.
LAWN PARTY recently
given by Elaine and Joel
Nash was a happy get
together . . ., and another
opporthnity to enjoy the
gracious host and
hostessing of this fine cou-
ple . . . The guests didn't
know the real party purpose
until its end . . . when
someone remarked that Joel
was celebrating his
birthday . . . Not even a
cake to give it away . . .
Premier pianist Joel is still
doing his usual fine stint at
Rip's on Huron in Pontiac.
CHILDREN'S DEPT.
. . . Lisa Gould, 7-year-old
daughter of Rita and Allen
Gould, was showing a
playmate her older sister's
bedroom . . . "Marcy's 16,"
said Lisa ruefully. "I was
promised her room one day
but she never married."
JEWELRY DEPT. . . .
Lisa Sue Waterstone and
William Gerlick will
"middle-aisle it" on Aug. 1.
IF YOU GO INTO the
Charter House Barber
Salon, that isn't a relative of
Ulysses S. Grant doing hair
styling . . . It's Al Nettle,
co-owner with Roy Calley of
the Nine Mile Rd. hair
fashion emporium . . . Al is
taller than the ex-Civil War
general and former U.S.
president, but the facial
foliage makes for close
resemblance.
THE EMBASSY OF
ISRAEL, Washington,
D.C., offers many in-
teresting items on its coun-
try . . . You can also write
to the Israel Government
Tourist office, 574 Fifth
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10036
for more free material.
FOLKS WHO MIND
OTHER people's business
should try minding their
own . . . and get a good
night's sleep.
SCOUT CAR stopped an
auto in Southfield and the
officer explained to the in-
dignant gal behind the
wheel that she had
wandered over the double
line three times, ignored a
stop sign and executed an
illegal turn . . . As he wrote
the ticket, the lassie
protested bitterly, "The
trouble with you policemen
is you spend all your time
picking on respectable

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citizens. Why don't you
catch some of those drunk
drivers for a change." . .
"Madam," was the soft rep-
ly, "I thought I had one."
MORE GROUPS
SHOULD practice the bit
by Hannah Schloss Old
Timers . . . of informing
members by letter who is
sick and where they may be
visited or receive cards.
AUGUST 21 IS date of
Mumford High 10th year
reunion of January, June
and August classes, 1966
. . . at Cobo Hall .. . If you
haven't been contacted by
mail, call 559-4694.
A GERMAN AND
RUSSIAN were on a river
in Germany . . . The Ger-
man was fishing on the
American side and was
catching fish right and left,
one after another, but the
Russian on the Russian zone
side wasn't having any luck
at all . . . He yelled to the
German, "How do you
manage to catch so many
fish?" . . . and the answer
came back, "Over here the
fish aren't afraid to open
their mouths."
GOOD ADVICE . . .
Yesterday is gone — forget
it . . . Tomorrow hasn't
come yet — don't worry
about it . . . TODAY is here
— use it!
LOOKING BACK on our
columns of yesteryears:
AUG. 25, 1967 . . .
"Daniel Cooper, state
representative, broke a bone
in his foot recently and
borrowed the crutches used
by Oak Park Councilman
Mert Colburn a few years
ago .. . Dan jokingly asked
his law partners, Robert
Feldstein and Henry
Baskin, if he had a case —
since Mert's crutches broke
and Dan re-injured his
foot!"
OCT. 27, 1967 . . .
"Fellow drove into Morrie
Schlussel's Pure Oil station
in Oak Park to complain
that he couldn't turn off his
radio . . . When Morrie
asked him to step out of the
car, he noticed that the
music followed him . . .
"Look in your pockets,"
Morrie told the gent . . . He
did, pulled out a transistor
radio, thanked Morrie and
drove off in peace and
quiet." . . . (Today, Morrie
is owner of AA Mufflers and
Shocks on W. Seven Mile
Rd.)

Oakland U. Alums
Plan Golf Tourney

The Oakland University
Alumni Association will
sponsor a golf outing, "The
Great T-Off," 8 a.m. Satur-
day at the new Katke-Col-
lins Golf Course, near
Adams and Butler Rds.
Cost of the outing in-
cludes refreshments and
greens fee. Trophies will be
awarded. For information,
call the association,
377-2158.

Dr. Paul C. Feinberg was
re-elected president of the
Southfield Arts Council at a
recent meeting.
Other officers are Doris
Gaston, vice president; Ruth
Africh, treasurer; May Mor-
gan and Bruce Schmidt, sec-
retaries. Edward Cavanary
was elected to a three-year
term as member-at-large.
Committee chairmen are
Bernice Glossman, David
Jorlett, Marilyn Finkel,
Harold Elson and Kathy
Henry.

Aid Group Plans
Annual Picnic

The Cleft Lip and Pa-
late Parents Group will
hold its second annual
family picnic Aug. 1 in
Hines Park, on Hines Dr.
between Ford Rd. and
Outer Dr.
Interested persons are
invited. For information
about the group or the
picnic, call the Oakland
County March of Dimes,
851-8000.

Israel, U.S. Sign
Nuclear Plant Pact

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The first step toward the
establishment of two
nuclear power plants for
civilian use in Israel in
cooperation with the United
States government was en-
dorsed by the cabinet Mon-
day.
The Israeli Ambassador
in Washington, Simcha
Dinitz, was authorized to
initial a 40 year, $2 billion
draft agreement with the
U.S. aimed at the construc-
tion of the plants with an
aggregate capacity of 1,970
megawatts. The first plant
is scheduled to be completed
in the early 1980s.
The two nuclear power
plants were promised by
former President Nixon
when he visited the Middle
East in June, 1974. He told
both Israel and Egypt at
that time that the U.S.
would supply them with
nuclear reactors in what
was regarded as an induce-
ment for them to continue
their disengagement of
forces in the Sinai. Egypt
has already signed a letter
of intent to buy a reactor
from the U.S.

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