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November 19, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-19

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26 Friday, November 19, 1976 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COUNTRY
INN
• B-B RIBS • B-8 CHICKEN

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

CITY OF HOPE Cancer
Fighters are in desperate
straits •. . . due to that re-
cent huge fire on 1O ,Mile
and Greenfield that raged
for hours . . . The CHCF
gals had their offices
there . . . and it was to-
tally destroyed along
with others . . . The girls
who do such wonderful
humanitarian work are in
great need for practically
everything to set up shop
again . . . desks, other of-
fice furniture, adding
machine, typewriter —
anything, even paper . . .
The whole shebang went
up in smoke . . . includ-
ing their blue banks . . .
If you can help out in any
way call Beverley Ben-
deroff, 352-0444 or Shirley
Gordon, 398-3411 . . .
These lassies work hard
to help others . . . let's
help them now.
QUITE A NICE present
. . . Denise Richman
Alexander, daughter of
Magene and Sam
Richman gave dad on his
birthday . . . His
candle-blowing-out day
was same time Denise
was informed of passing
the State Bar and offi-
cially becoming an attor-
ney . . . Proud hubby Jim
Alexander is also a bar-
rister.
RECENTLY AWARD-
ED the interior decorat-
ing contract for 1977's
Academy Awards dinner
in Hollywood, Detroiter
Michael Neumann is also
working together with
chairman Nita Silbersc-
hein (Joe) in making this
year's Angel Ball by Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women another- over
1,000-strong decor ex-
travaganza . . . Satur-
day at the Raleigh House
. . . The roaring 20's
theme includes vintage
autos and an off-ballroom
movie showing of "The
Great Gatsby" . . . Mack
Pitt's orchestra is on tap
for the good time
rhythms.
RECORD SALESMAN
Art Canvasser asked the
rock 'n roll fan if he could
help him . . . "Sure,
what've you got that's
real loud with a fast beat
— something to relax
by?"
CONGRATS
. . to
Betty and Andy Lebove
. . . on their 50th wed-
ding anniversary.
DAVID SYME, very
talented son of Rabbi and
Mrs. M. Robert Syme, will
play piano when Arthur
Fiedler conducts the De-
troit Symphony, tonight
and Sunday at Ford Au-
ditorium.
PARENT'S Organiza-
tion for Scoliosis has set
up a meeting because of
the many phone calls re-
ceived from interested
folks . . . It is open to the
public with purpose of in-
forming those who want
to know more about this
disease . . . Speakers will
be Dr. George Blum,

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• ITALIAN DISHES

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...]

pediatrician; Dr. Eugene
Thompson, orthopedist;
and OsCar Kahan, co-
chairman of the Shrine
Crippled Childrens Com-
mittee . . . Dec. 2, at John
F. Kennedy Elementary
on Mr. Vernon in South-
field . . . More info, call
Iris Mickel, 557-9236.
CAN'T DANCE the
new-fangled way you say?
. . . Well, Mr. and Mrs.
Club of Beth Achim
Synagogue on 12 Mile,
has a "Learn To Disco"
party open to all tomor-
row night.
SID HUDSON sends the
latest that made rounds
of his Las Vegas . . .
about the Martian land-
ing there and watching a
series of players pumping
the arm of a slot machine
and whispering, "I don't
know what office you're
running for, buddy, but
try to smile a little more
when you shake those
hands."
IRV MAGY LIKES this
one about the little old
lady who got on a plane
for the first time and
complained her ears felt
funny . . . The stewar-
dess gave her some chic-
lets and said they would
help . . . When they
landed the stewardess
asked if that had taken
away the popping . .
The little old lady replied,
"Yes, it certainly did, but
it was pretty messy try-
ing to get the gum out of
my ears."
LOOKING BACK On
Columns of Yesteryears:
May 28,1952. . . "When
Mayor S. Z. Shragai
began to speak at last
week's dinner in his
honor, folks started
murmuring about not
being able to understand
him . . . until the mayor
of Jerusalem apologeti-
cally stopped and said, 'I
forgot I was supposed to
speak in Yiddish'.. . . He
had been talking in He-
brew . . . During the
dinner, Hy Keiden kid-
dingly asked the waitress
if everything was kosher
. The girl looked at
him, then went about her
business of serving, and
replied, 'It sure is — ev-
erything but me.' "
FEATHER PARTY for
members and ladies is
this Monday by Crescent
Shrine Club at Cong.
Beth Achim . . . admis-
sion by dues paid card.

SOMERSET DINNER THEATRE
Alfred's Presents-
Noel Coward's Comedy
"PRIVATE LIVES"
STARRING JIMMY LAUNCE
popular WJR personality
a Turgeon/Guest Production
every.Fri. & Sat. eve.
Dinner 7:30 -Curtain 8:45
Reservations: call 643-8865
Somerset Mall
Big Beaver Road
at Coolidge, Troy

Alfreth

TRAYS

$2.75 per pers.

ED'S MINI DELI
543-6073

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OUR SPECIALTIES

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ENTERTAINMENT
TUES. THRU SAT.

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ALSO CATERING IN
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Fine Seafoods–Steaks–Chops

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Closed Sundays

YOUR HOST-FRANK STRATTON

Reservations
626-1587
or
626-1697

ADVANCE BLDG.
9 MILE & GVENFIELD

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Windsor Has 2 Fine Restaurants

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TBQ's Other Place

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(Opposite Tunnel
Bar-B-Q
Chicken and
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• Breakfasts •

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Play Scheduled

Succulent Seafoods,
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Great Steaks,
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Ot
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and
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Choice Cocktails
969-601 1
Private Party Facilities •
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Detroit Phone:
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Tickets may be purch-
ased at the high school
box office or at the door.
The audience is invited to
join the cast and crews at
an afterglow following
the performances.

BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH

BLOOMFIELD

Sun. Thurs., 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri. & Sat., 7 a.m. to 4 a.m.

Drama Directors and
Thespian Troupe 1509
will present "You Can't
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tonight and Saturday at
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54.6-1224

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