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January 07, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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26 Friday, January 7, 1977

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

QUITE AN anniversary even though leading a
present for Bruce Lyons, dog's life doesn't neces-
head honcho at the sarily include being able
Greenfield-Eight Mile to play quarterback.
branch of Manufacturers
HAPPY JAN. 1 belated
Bank . . . Started out 20 birthday wishes to Carl
ears ago as a teller with Steger, very fine pianist-
INB . . . and was re- songster-patter chatter
cently given a major stylist at Jakks on Green-
promotion of full vice field & 10 Mile.
presidency . . . Bruce's
HAPPY JAN. 1 belated
wife, Natalie, and mother anniversary number 48
Ann Lyons now living in wishes to Helen and
Florida, are a couple of Herman Osnos, new
rightly proud gals.
chancellor commander of
CONGRATS . . . to Detroit Lodge No. 55,
Jerry Swaab . . . on his Knights of Pythias.
40th birthday . . . Wife
CONGRATS . . . to
Eunice bought him "what Esther and Max Rubin on
every 50-year-old man their 38th anniversary.
should have" . . . a
GET WELL WISHES
motorcycle!
. . . to Shirley Kaplan
ERRATA . . . Correct (Leo) at Sinai Hospital.
spelling is Ilene Monast,
DURING WORLD WAR
not Irene.
II, tells Bernice Robin-
NICE GUY Bernie son, a huge corned beef
Steinberg to the rescue sandwich and a cup of cof-
again . . . Electrical Be- fee were the stimulants
ruie took time off on a served to those who had
Sunday morning to re- given blood at the USO
pace a broken light fix- . Feeling somewhat
tore at Marian Raimi's shaky, Bernice recalls,
linen store in Oak Park was one fellow who
. . . Wonder if Bernie munched his slowly . .
ever fixed the doorbell Not so the burly sailor
wife Yvonne has been who sat beside him in the
after him to repair for so "recovery room" . . .
long? After wolfing his
OVERHEARD . . . by sandwich, he looked at
Sid Morris . . . 7-year-old the Red Cross volunteer
daughter of business as- and said, "I'm still hun-
sociate and a little friend gry. Can I give another
standing outside her pint?"
teenage sister's bedroom,
PROSPERITY IS when
"It's called homework. people buy things they
They scatter some books can't afford . . . Reces-
and then talk abodt sion is when they stop
boys." doing it.
WHEN YOU make two
SEEING SIGNS . . . on
people happy, one is apt to a tree by Phil Gould up
be you. north . . . "Cordwood For
KIDS PLAYING foot- Sale Like Mom Used To
ball at Southfield High Cut."
playground recently, had
INVOLVED IN A minor
the game broken up for auto accident, Sam Lubin
awhile by a dog whose admitted it was all his
feelings were hurt . . • fault . . . He explained
Before - the game every- that after pulling out of
body played with him . . . his driveway onto the
then forgot he even street it dawned on him
existed . . . So, during that he had forgotten
the game, Rover took something . . . "So," he
matters into his own said, "I took my hands off
teeth by snatching their the wheel to fasten my
only ball and running seat belt — and lost con-
away . . . while the kids trol of the car."
chased in hot pursuit . . .
CALLING
BILL
Rover finally gave it back FRIED;
mimic-
. . . as he had intended pantomimist and TV
. . He just wanted to commercial figure . . .
show how important he Remember your first club
really was to theni . . • engagement?. . You
ready to quit when
'The Graduate' Film were
the audience broke out in
Showing at Center laughter after you had
The Cultural Arts De- begun a serious Al Jolson
partment of the Jewish routine . . . But every-
Community Center will thing turned out all right
. you had just forgot-
present "The Graduate,"
the second film of its 'ten to remove the fake
"Like The Good Old nose after doing a Jimmy
Days" film series, 3:30 Durante number.
and 7 p.m. Sunday in the Bnai David Women
Center's Aaron DeRcy
Plan Art Auction
Studio Theatre.
In addition to "The
Bnai David Sisterhood
(iraduate,"
episodes will have an art exhibit
1 hree and four of "Flash and auction 9 p.m. Jan 15
Gordon Conquers the in the synagogue. Pre-
1.) riiverse" and the car- view will begin at 8. Re-
icon "The Critic" also will freshments will be
be shown. There is a served. For information,
charge. For information, call the synagogue, 557-
call the Center Cultural 8210, or the chairman,
Arts Department, 851- Thelma Gottleib, KE
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