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September 10, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1 Friday, September 10, 1976

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

• BANQUET FACILITIES

h

ENTERTAINMENT FOR
LISTENING 8 DANCING

Now- Open Sunday 12 Noon

,

7523 W. McNichols Rd.

numbers . . . Elliot Sam-
son calling when mike
went out . . . but just like
a show biz trouper, went
right on doing his thing
. . . Iva Hoptman, Irene
Light and Rose Sachs
handling the coffee and
soft drink concession for
City of Hope . . . No rain
like last year . . . thanks
from everybody . . . Lots
of credit to the many vol-
unteers who manned and
womaned the City of
Hope booth at Michigan
State Fair . . . a great
bunch of folks with very
big hearts.
SCOTT'S KORNER . . .
"While vacationing in
New York this summer, I
was glad to see that you
don't have to put money
into pay phones to get a
dial tone. What if people
in Michigan needed the
police? They couldn't call
911 from a pay phone un-
less they had 20 cents.
The system here is totally
ridiculous!"
YES, LOU GORDON is
his real name . . . and the
Channel 50 TV controver-
sial commentator is a
community-ite of long
standing . . . Lou at-
tended Thirkel, Hutchins,
Central and University of
Michigan . . He and wife
Jackie's 10-year-old son is
named Abraham.
SAM GELLER, C.P.A.,
telling Sam Wilson,
C.P.A. the definition of
a new science . .
"Psycho-ceramics" . . .
the study of crackpots.
CONGRATS TO . . . Sid
Hudson on his birthday
. . . in town last week
from Las Vegas . . . Rose
and Morrie Sachs on their
36th anniversary . . .
Shirley and Al Selick on
their 30th anniversary
. . . Also to Al on his
birthday. ( (Aside to Babe
Wasserman, best man for
Shirley and Al's wedding
at Moss Catering, Joy Rd.
and Grand River . . .
"Where's the $3 I lent you
for the tuxedo," asks Al.)
NAME DROPPING . . .
Russ Greenberg with the
"new look" in men's hair
styling . . . Dr. Dick Lutz
looking younger than
ever, and just as hand-
some . . . Nita and Joe
Silberschein dancing
with much happiness . . .
Joe telling guys, "If you
and your wife are just
half as happy as Nita and
I, you've got a great thing
going." . . . Eli Springer
getting a jay walking tic-
ket while driving a cab .. .
Hello from Harry Weins-
tein ... a government in-
spector today in Costa
Mesa, Calif.

Who is the man that desi-
reth life
And loveth days, that he
may see good therein?
Keep thy tongue from
evil,
And thy lips from speak-
ing guile.
—Psalms

UN 2-6455

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ANGEL'S

TRAYS

C.

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2 PLUS 2

Deloc:ously Prepared lot the
Ducetrung Taste

LISTENING
POST

WOULD YOU BE-
[EVE that Julie Adler is
lebrating her 35th year
aching dancing? . . .
arted at age 11 in 1941
. . however, her first
udio was on Linwood
1
d Davison when 17 . .
en came Wyoming and
irtis, Nine Mile, Grosse
ointe, and Greenfield
id 10 Mile where she has
en for the past 15 years.
1 Julie lives in California
ith hubby Eddie Spar-
e, but commutes here
onthly to supervise and
struct . . . In Hol-
wood, her tap and jazz
asses have been at-
' nded by celebs like
ucy Arnaz, Racquel
elch, MacDonald Carey,
arbara Bain and others.
Joseph Adler, Julie's
tiler, joined Julie and
r children, Gary and
auri in a three genera-
on dance routine at
mple Israel . . . Joe, a
tired executive fire
ief, realized a life's am-
tion dancing with his
ughter and grandchil-
en.
DOESN'T IT MAKE
)ur blood boil . . . to see
ealthy hop-skip-and-
tmping people get into
leir car . . . parked in
)aces that read, "re-
nwed For The Hand-
apped"? . . . If you
ow anybody that puts
eir cars . . . parked in
aces that read, 'Re-
t them straight to
AY OUT!
SHELDON METZ, lease
anager at Cook-Farr
,lord on Greenfield and 10
[Ile
[He in Oak Park, had
a recent series of
)1 incidences . . . Shel de-
vered fivt cars . . . a
rown one to Lloyd
rown; a silver job to Ar-
ur Silverman; a gold
e to Ann Gold; a red
uto to John Redder and a
ue one to Herman Blu-
enth al.
THANKS TO . . . Clara
d Fred Silber . . . and
ebbie and Dennis Silber
. . for their wonderful
ospitality at this year's
lichigan State Fair.
City of Hope bingo
fasn't doing too good
rhile we were at the Fair,
p the guys 'n gals wisely
losed at 10 o'clock in-
tead of 11:30 . . . Monies
aised at the annual char-
by bit by New Horizons,
ancer Fighters and Mr.
nd Mrs. Group, is sent to
le City of Hope Research
ledical Center in
uarte, Calif . . . credit
ivided among the local
roups according to par-
icipation at the bingo
. . New Horizons group
wns the equipment.
Seeing Scenes At The
p ity Of Hope booth . . .
liarlie Hoptman, atten-
ant, changing to a
lucky apron" for his
layers . . . Attorney
)on Lakind with a big
lack howdy-pardner
owboy hat . . . taking it
ff only when calling

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