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August 06, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-06

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

THREE GIRLS WHO
PATIENTS THOUGHT
they needed new glasses knew each other_ at Mum-
. . . and they were at the ford High and hadn't seen
right place . . . when each other in 18 years can
they saw Dr. Harry Woll thank their children for
examining a chimpan- being in business to-
zee's eyes at the Union gether . . . They saw
Optical Co. owned by Dr. each other again two
Woll and brother Lou in years ago when their
Lincoln Park . . . Glasses children were paling
were made for Sunny, the around . . . Marcia Adler,
fun-loving chimp of Dude Cookie Koblin and Doris
The Cowboy Clown Shanbrom have opened
the Bloomfield Keego Re-
(Francis Westfall).
RECENT FINE gesture sale Shop in Keego Har-
was that of Lt. Roy F. bor.
DISA 'N DATA. .
Green Post and Au-
xiliary, Jewish War Vete- Charles Canvasser wants
rans . . . hosting 47 re- to know who is stealing
tarded children from the his hub caps . . . Jack
Evangelical home across Epstein still trying to
from Sinai Hospital . . . finish his story . . . Jack
Was an ice cream party at and Morris Cole 'smoking
the Soda Saloon on Five 8 1/2 inch long fat cigars
Mile in Livonia . . . with and being asked how
the youngsters getting many days they last . . .
up and joining the Fritzi and Ben Goldberg
talented employes . in back from Coronado,
Calif., telling how they
their singing.
WITH ALL THE money enjoyed the climate there
being spent on charity . . . "The air was some-
bingo games, wonder why thing that smelled like it
somebody hasn't come up had just been washed,"
with an electronic device was Fritzi's very vivid
where a buzzer sounds description.
SIGNS SAY "No Smok:
when a person bingos . . .
Many times a person who ing" at Harvard Shop on
bingos can't be heard, Southfield in Sears-
and when the gaine is cal- Southfield Plaza . . . but
led closed, it's too late for bossman Sam Tan-
the player who was an nenhaus has plenty of
earlier winner . . . Could ash trays all over the
be a buzzer or flashing place.
AT A RECENT concert
light . . and sure give
of the Detroit Symphony
the players a big bdost.
ULYSSES S. GRANT'S Orchestra, with Julius
double is no longer at the Chajes conducting the
Charter House Barber premiere performance of
Salon on W. Nine Mile his symphonic poem,
. . . Day before our item "Eros," Aldo Ceccato
came out in a recent col- asked Julius to take off
umn, Al Nettle had it his tuxedo jacket and tie
shaved off . . . Folks can because of the heat . .
now at least see what he Julius replied that the
symphony men were not
looks like.
MAX SOSIN-ISM . . . used to seeing him direct
about the two guys talk- their orchestra . . . and
ing . . . One asked the without his jacket and tie
other if he wanted to be a he may be asked to move
Jehovah Witness . . . and the piano.
LEA GOULSON was in
the fellow replying, "No, I
a hurry to get home be-
didn't see the accident."
100th BIRTHDAY . . . cause the family was hav-
50 years each . . . was ing a guest for dinner and
celebrated for Bill Sklar she was to pick up a loaf of
and Lou Tubben . . . by bread . . . But the steady
their devoted wives, Vera drizzle of rain kept the
Sklar and Joyce Tubben taxis busy and she was-
. . . at a party in the Lin- unable to get one . . .
coln Towers Club Room While she stood on a
. . . Congratulations, Bill northwest corner, a
motorist noticed her
and Lou.
DONALD K. EPSTEIN, plight and offered Lea a
writer for the recent Miss ride . . . which she read-
Universe Contest won by ily accepted . . . and to
Miss Israel, is the son-in- her good fortune was
law of Detroiters Ludwig right to the street she
and Mollie Boraks . . . was going in Southfield to
Their daughter, Ruth, get the bread . . . Lea got
and Donald live in New home in plenty of time to
meet the dinner guest
Rochelle, N.Y.
. . . a business friend of
PROOF OF HOW mem- her
dad's, Mort Goulson
bership beefs up in a . . . and the man who had
men's club was recent given her the ride.
Detroit Businessmen's
Group City of Hope gen-
eral meeting at the Fur-
niture Club . . . Wives Artist Honored
were invited to attend . "Women in the Arts —
. . . and it was a packed '76" art competition has
attendance.
accepted a painting sub-
CORRECT NAME is ; mitted by artist Linda
Minnie and Barney . Zalla. Mrs. Zalla has
Broner . . . couple who exhibited her paintings
recently celebrated 40th locally for the past 13
years.
marital anniversary.

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There will be an opening
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in the library when the art-
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Closed Sundays -

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LUNCHES 8. DINNERS

Reservations
626-1587
or
,
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Reservations: 843-5611

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Bar-B-0 Chicken and
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