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January 21, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-21

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26 Friday, January 21, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

POST

A JOB THAT would also
turn out to be a happy re-
union was in store for
Marge Karoghlian when
she recently went to work
as a manicurist at Char-.
ter House Barbers on
Nine Mile.
In one of the chairs was
hair stylist Terry Scho-
von, who worked for
Marge in 1968 when she
had her own shop in the
Sheraton-Cadillac.
Also at Charter House
Barber Salon is Franco
Bruno, with whom Marge
worked at another
northwest styling house.
HERMAN OSNOS, who
was installed as chancel-
lor commander of Detroit
Lodge No. 55, Knights of
Pythias, is a 50-year life
member of the group . .
and goes way back with
all the great community
stalWarts this organiza-
tion has supplied.
Public installation of
Herman and his fine ros-
ter of officers is set for a
dinner-dance, March 26,
at Shenandoah Country
Club.
Shvitz Nite by K of P
fellows at Darbys Stanley
Steamer in Oak Park . . .
with proceeds to Randy
Kahn . . . is dated for
March 14 . . . Tickets
available by calling Ran-
dy's uncle,' Bernie
Kerner, at Darbys . . .
544-3611.
SOME WOMEN are _at-
tractive in slacks but that
doesn't go for the bulk of
them.
IDEA TRIGGERING off
25th anniversary cele-
bration for Marci and
Arnie Tanzman, last
week at Furniture Club,
stemmed from a 1926 in-
vitation.
Was sent to her by a
cousin in New York,
Julius Reines ... and was
invite to a double wed-
ding held in Columbus,
Ohio . . . with her
mother, Lillian Berghoff,
marrying Abraham Mar-
gulies and her aunt, Min-
nie Berghoff, marrying
AlexMargulies, founder
of Cong. Beth Aaron here
in Detroit. -
Being a saver of invites
herself, she had over 60 of
them, sent for various oc-
casions, mounted on two
boards, as a dress up for
hers and Arnie's anniver-
sary invitation party.
SEEING SIGNS . . . on
church bulletin board
. . . "Conquer inner
space."
NO TRUTH TO the
rumor that some pro-
moters are planning to
build a new golf course
catering to credit card
tourists . . . The name?
. . . Cuff Links.
MAIL DEPT . • . . "It is
surprising how many
people in the middle ages
(40 and up) responded to
your article on our Cong.
Bnai David Men's Club
Hanuka Dance. Too bad
there is so little enter-
tainment available to
adults in this age cate-

gory." . . . Lew Kruger.
LAUGH A LITTLE . . .
with Joe Snider . . . and
his favorite story of the
last 15 years . . . about
the two bopsters who
were watching the show,
"Peter Pan", when sud-
denly Mary Martin began
flying through the air
. . . One bopster turned
to the other and gasped,
"I thought they -didn't
allow smoking in this
theater!"
SEEING PEOPLE . . .
Sandy Smith with a thick
head of hair that even
makes some women envi-
ous (and it's all his own)
. . . Joe Dresner very
dapper all in gray from
turtle neck sweater on
. . . "Big Mitch" New-
man afraid of Buddy
Slafkin's itsi bitsi coc-
kapoo doggie, Pepi.
GET WELL WISHES .
. . to Nash Adelinan . . .
at Sinai Hospital.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears:
AUG. 27, 1948 . . .
"Grounds of the forth-
coming Jewish hospital
. . . on the corner of
Outer Drive and Whit-
comb . . . is now being
used as a baseball field
. . . Max Osnos, president
of the hospital associa-
tion, received a letter
from Norwest Improve-
ment Association . .
asking if neighborhood
kids could play on the
property . . . Hospital
has given approval . . .
until construction begins
. . . (Today, Sinai is far
from being a playground,
although Dr. Julien
Priver and his excellent
staff are known to play
much ball for the good
health of mankind.)
SEPT. 17, 1948 . . . "On--
the Plymouth bus, last
week, Marion Lichtens-
tein handed the driver a
$5 bill and said, "I'm sorry
but I don't have any small
change" . . . As the
driver took the money, he
replied, "That's okay,
lady, in a minute you're
going to have enough to
last you for a long time
. . . and he counted out $5
in dimes, nickels and
pennies as if it were
something he'd wanted to
do for a long time."

-

Yeshiva Concert
Slated Saturday

Tickets are still availa-
ble for the first concert of
Jewish music presented
by the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah PTA to take
place 7:30 p.m. Saturday
in the Oak Park High
School auditorium.
The concert will feature
the Toronto boys choir,
"The Toronto Pirchei,"
accompanied by Eric
Rosenow and his Conti-
nentals. The Kol Yisroel
also will perform.
Box office will open at
6:30 p.m. For information,
call concert chairman
Moshe Grossbard, 557-
3393.

"0 ye that love mankind!
Ye that dare to oppose not
only the tyranny but the
tyrants, stand forth! Every
spot of the old world is over
run with oppression. Free-
dom hath been hunted
round the globe. Asia nd Af-
rica have long expelled her.
Europe regards her like a
stranger, and England hath
given her warning to depart.
0, receive the fugitive, and
prepare in time an asylum
for mankind." — Thomas
Paine

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