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April 01, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DINNER
THEATRE

SOMERSET

Danny Raskin's

"LOVERS &
OTHER STRANGERS

LISTENING
POST

NOTHING LIKE keeping
it among friends, they
say...even love...Shirley and
Arthur Monson and Shirley
and Al Foon have been
close friends for over 30
vears...No\v they will be re-
lated to each other also...as
■____IShirley and Art's daughter,
Jan. and Shirley and Al's
son. Ronald, will say "I
Do," April 16.
ERATA...Nice guy telling
us the rib tickling dental dil-
lie in last week's column.
should have been Dr. Law-
rence Haber. not Leon-
ard...Good thing he doesn't
make mistake of pulling
wrong teeth of his patients.
MICHIGAN JEWISH Sin-
gles Council will sponsor a
12-hour volleyball marathon
to benefit Randy Kahn, Jew-
ish young adult who suffer-
ed brain damage following
an accident with an electric
hair dryer, 1.0 a.m.-10 p.m.,
Sunday, April 24, in the art
court of the main Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield...Sponsors for
players are needed...For
sponsor applications, write
Laura Weinberg, commu-
nity service chairman,
28900 Lancaster, Apt. 40. Li-
vonia 48154...or call Heidi
Press, 643-7672, evenings.
Proceeds of the marathon
will go to the Randy Kahn
Fund.
ceeds of the marathon will
go to the Randy Kahn
Fund.
FELLOW CAME into
Union Optical Co. of Drs.
Harry and Lou Wall for
glasses. and asked Dr. Abe
Beresh anxiously, "Say.
.Doc, will I be able to read
after I get my
glasses?....Abe assured him
that he most certainly
would...and the fellow said,
"Gosh, that's swell, Doc. I
never could before."
IF EVER speaking of
nerve, this takes the
cake...fellow coming into
Luster Cleaners on James
Couzens with a dress...and
insisting to Lil Hay-ter that
it was a talit...so he could
get it cleaned free as is the
custom at Luster...When Al
came back, Lil showed it to
him and asked if taleisim
had been changed...Al al-
most hit the ceiling, natural-
ly...saying definitely
not...and asking how cheap
a person can get.
' YOU CAN BE sure of
clean ash trays...and an all-
,
around good job...when
Manager Dennis Kowalski
and Cashier Sue Thomason
are on the spot at Jax Kar
Wash, 10 Mile and Green-
field...They're both stick-
lers on this sort of
thing...so important to mo: _
torists.
GET WELL wishes...to
Marty Lander...at Sinai Hos-
pital.
LOOKING FOR A World
War II gas mask cannis-
ter...without the gas
mask?...An old DSR bus to
make_ into your own mobile
home?...Some paving
blocks from the Detroit-
. Windsor Tunnel?...A para-

Starring Channel 4's

HUGH COPLAND

chute from DeHoCo?...A
four-wheeled cart?...A
water fountain for your
front lawn?...ar for the
man who has everything,
how about a megaton lo-
comotive. too big to take
into Cobo Hall?
All this and more will be
on sale. by the City of De-
troit. April 13-14. in Cobo
Hall, at the World's Largest
Garage Sale... Even old
street signs. parking
meters. park benches. law
books...00dles of
things...Admission is ,50
cents per adult...children
under 12 free when accom-
panied by an adult...Plenty
of continuous entertain-
ment. too. all through the
sale...ethnic and other-
wise...plus a chimp from
the Detroit Zoo, clowns and
puppets...The city's Animal
Shelter will again bring
healthy puppies and kittens
to auction off each day.
How about a stainless
steel bed pan (over 1.000
were sold quickly last year
for everything from plan-
ters to ice buckets'?)
A PSYCHIATRIST, set-
ting out for the office on his
first day back from vaca-
tion, said to his wife, - Well,
back to the minds."
LOOKING BACK on Col-
umns of Yesteryears...
FEB. 10, 1956... "Wife.
Doris. wasn't expected to
go to the hospital until the
next day for baby number
three...and so Jerry Rose-
nberg was working away at
the Buick plant when na-
ture intervened...She was
rushed immediately to the
hospital in a squad car. and
the two policemen who had
been on the force less than
a year experienced their
first call to duty in such an
emergency...While en
route. the boys in blue as-
sisted as Doris gave birth
to a baby girl. -
JAN. 6, 1966..."The voice
on the phone told men's ap-
parel gent Irving Stein that
he had dialed the wrong
number...'Are you sure?'
said Irv...The stranger on
the other end replied quick-
ly, 'Have I ever lied to you
before?"

JAN. 6, 1967..."Favorite

story...by Photographer Leo
Knight...about the boy who
had stolen a transistor
radio...The police pounced
on him and took him to the
station...He was put in a
cell with a three-time loser
who asked, 'What are you
in here for?"..."I stole a
transistor radio,' said the
boy... `That's small po
tatoes,' said the man. `If
you want to be somebody in
this business, you ought to
do something big, some-
thing important. Why don't
you rob a bank?'...'But,' re-
plied the boy, 'I don't get
out of school until 3
o'clock.'

Rejoice in your portion
and enjoy your small pos-
sessions.
—Derech Eretz Zuta

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