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January 28, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, January 28, 1977

Danny Raskin's

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LISTENING

POST

SEEING PEOPLE . . .
Stereo man Arthur Klein
sounding good singing at
piano bars around town
. . . Marilyn and Larry
Crantz a handsome
couple . . . Our son Scott,
a headline news and
weathercaster for WSHJ
at Southfield High . . .
He's on daily about 1:45 at
the left end of your FM
dial (88).
Lou Aller joining the
untold numbers who
would love to wring the
necks of those cars and
trucks who go out of their
way to drive in puddles
and splatter your just-
washed car . . . Wonder
why the fellows at Jax
Kar Wash on 10 Mile and
Greenfield only clean out
your ash trays when
cashier Sue Thomason is
there? . . . Dorothy and
Harold Haber rightfully
proud of their very fine
dental son, Dr. Lawrence
Haber . . . He's quite a
fine young man, ex-
tremely well respected
. . . and an excellent de-
ntist.
Look for Dr. Jack Golds-
tein's book to come out
soon . . . It's about how
he beat death . . . very
interesting .. . . Rosalie
Dubin still doing things
for other people . . . con-
tinues to work collecting
money for Randy Kahn
. . . She's Al's wife . .
Ask Lillian and Dave
Faber about the time
they flew to Phoenix and
took a suitcase full of fro-
zen fish with them.
Bill Garelick still doing
an excellent job with the
Crescent Shrine News
. . . His talents are defi-
nitely not wasted . . . They
are very much appreciated
by a lot of people . . . Bob
Katz looking good . . .
Mike Kallen keeping his
record intact by still never
wearing a tie . . . Harvey
Sosin wears one regularly
now — except at some for-
mal affairs . . . Marci
Goldstein, daughter of
Ethel and Irving "Bizon"
Goldstein, at the Lee
Strassberg School of Act-
ing in New York.
Ed Wolfe, here from
Florida to be with ailing .
brother Morley, looking
at the snow and saying,
"Boy, the hometown is
sure nothing like
Florida!" . . . then read-
ing that Miami had snow
for the first time . . . At
least they can't say that
Ed brought the snow
there . . . He was here at
the time.
EDDIE SCHLUSSEL,
who will be feted by wife
Lil at .a 75th birthday party
for him, earned his first
pennies 70 years ago at
Schlussel's Bath House
and Mikva (Detroit's first)
on Alfred St. . . . 5-
year-old Ed would let the
Jewish ladies see him as
they came out dripping
wet from the the mikva
. . . (Jewish tradition re-
quires that the first thing
to meet female eyes is a

symbol of purity and inno-
cence.)
RECENT ITEM about
Ilene Silverman, daugh-
ter of Mae and Allen Sil-
verman, was without
heading of "Looking Back
on Yesteryears Columns"
. . . Ilene was 4-years-old
in 1962 . . . and soon will
be a lovely 18.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Morley Wolfe . .
at Sinai Hospital.
SOL SHPARGEL (re-
member Sol's Deli, etc.?)
is the local junket man for
the new more than 700-
room Marina Hotel in Las
Vegas . . . First voyage is
Sunday.
ONE OF THE finest
things to hit the Jewish
community, the annual
Lox Box Breakfast by .
Glennwood Women's
American ORT, is set
again for Sunday, March
6 . . . This is where you
get Sunday bagels, lox,
cream cheese, orange
juice, cake, etc. . . . and
at the same time, getting
more than value received,
helping support ORT in
its very fine projects . . .
The past has been box for
two, $5, and for four, $7.50
. . . Now a box for six has
been added at $9.75 (this
is the best buy, especially'
for larger families or
people who really love
lox.)
The combination of
convenience (it's deli-
vered right to your door),
delicious food and sup-
porting ORT makes the
breakfast unbeatable.
Folks who've waited til
the last moment were
usually left out . . . Start
placing your orders early
. . . Call Judie Weinstein,
541-5456 . . . The gals do
a great job with this to-
your-door Sunday break-
fast!
KARL BERG, past pres-
ident of Louis Marshhall
Suburban Lodge, has
spearheaded a drive to
eliminate coffee at all
lodge functions until cof-
fee prices tumble to
where they belong . . .
Jack Freed of the Red
Cedars on Telegraph and
Nine Mile, where Mar-
shall meets, was happy to
cooperate and no one ob-
jected to drinking tea,
says Karl.
He and Marshall are
hoping other organiza-
tions join the band wagon
in demonstrating the ef-
fective clout of commun-
ity action.
TRY TO SEE Morley
Safer of TV's "60 Mi-
nutes" if you can 11 a.m.
this Wednesday at De-
troit Town Hall, Fisher
Theater.
THE MEZERITCHER
Social' Club that meets
bi-weekly at the Zionist
Cultural Center on 10
Mile, have also banned
the coffee bean from so-
cial functions . . . Harry
Levitt is president.

Seniors Will Host
Bel Canto Choral

The Bel Canto Choral,
directed by Dan Braude
and accompanied by
Shelly Lakin, will per-
form at the senior adult
musicale, 8 p.m. Feb. 6 at
the Jewish Community
Center Ten Mile Branch.
The performers will
discuss the program with
the audience, and re-
freshments will be
served. There is a nomi-
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is invited.
For information call
the center's senior adult
department, 545-8780.

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