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August 19, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, August 19, 1977 25

Danny Raskin's



LISTENING

POST

IF PERCY KAPLAN, ex-
ecutive director of the Jew-
ish National Fund here.
were to read everything in
his office on Greenfield,
he'd have to live to be 500
years old...and then some.
SOMETHING NOVEL in
businesses is the Air & Sea
Boutique on Northwestern,
south of 12
Mile... Concentrates solely
folks traveling...and is
ffied by Diane Laurie.
daughter of Eileen and
Harry isililgrom.

HAPPY TO REPORT

that caterer Al Rosenberg
is back home from Sinai
Hospital...on the road to re-
covery...and will soon be
back at his party-booking
desk.

COMPLETE OCCUPA-
TIONAL reversal is Elly

Meisler...Born in Israel.
Elly was an engineer 11
years in the United States-
10 of them in the space pro-
gram of Saturn II missions
to the moon...Now he is
Michigan area branch man-
ager for Wechsler Coffee
and its other food prod-
ucts..."Our coffee is out-of-
this world" says space ori-
ented Ellv.
Freda
CONGRATS...to
and Manuel Nieman on
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary...She was Freda Rose-
nberg when cleaner Al
Dubin met her in Moscow
while enroute to Amer-
ica...Freda met Manuel in
Detroit...and Al was at both
the wedding and recent 50th
anniversary.
HOW'S THIS for the
height of something or
other...Fellow parked in
Reserved For Handi-
capped" spot at Farmer
Jack on 10 Mile and South-
field as police car pulled
up...He opened truck to
show a wheel chair and
said. "My doctor told me to
walk as much as possible
and to use this when my
bad leg gets tired."...The
youthful, naive cop actually
believed this con...and the
man walked briskly away
smiling after closing his
trunk...Pretty rotten.
HOSPITAL DAFFY defini-
tions...Agglutin: Intern eat-
ing lunch...Cesarean Sec-
tion: a district in
Rome...Congenital: Friend-
ly...Trus-Tee: a social gath-
ering for hernia
patients...Vertebra: a piece
of women' apparel.

-

DISA 'N DATA...Rudy

Shillman still trying to
-lease folks at Raimi Cur-
( 'ns in Oakland Mall...He's
-ueen with Raimi's over 20
years...Phil Kaplan in town
for a couple of days. anx-
ious to get back to his "new
life" as a resident of Miami
Beach...Ben Shecter looking
strong...Eddie Epstein
bronzed from the back yard
and looking better than
ever...JoAnn Weingarden
one of the nicest lassies in
town...
Date of the Crescent
Shrine Club annual dinner-
dance being changed from
a Monday to Sunday night
(Oct. 23) at Raleigh
House...Betty and Maynard

' §**

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN



• ITALIAN DISHES

LEFKOFSKY'S

451Q9 CASS • UTICA
731-4440
"In The Big Red House"

In Mike's Market

T 0
CIGAR
SMOKERS...Ever
have

somebody give you a stogie
that looks like a Havana but
smells like a Cuban herring
boat?
MORRIE JAEGER, vice
president and casino man-
ager at the MGM Grand in
Tas Vegas. gets a chuckle
out of the yarn told to him
about the two Bronx boys
who decided to spend their
vacations and risk their
year's savings at the Las
Vegas gaming
tables...Their success was
fabulous, and when the
time came to return to the
Bronx they were in -a posi-
tion to travel in style...

Discussing the method of
their return, they decided
against such means as char-
tering an airplane or bus as
being too prosaic...and final-
ly agreed that they would
take a taxi...The arrange-
ments completed, much to
the consternation of the cab
driver, one of the vacatio-
ners stepped aside, com-
menting to his friend. "You
better get in first. I get off
at 169th Street!"

BEST WISHES...to Mary
Sarko (Harold) on her birth-
day.
A GOOD MANY OF us in
the these busy. bustling
times are rather in the posi-
tion of Helen Sloman, who,
as a recent visitor to the na-
tion's capital. was on a
sight-seeing tour with
hubby. Earl Sloman.

OLD TIME DELI

27701 Orchard Lake Rood

553-219'

Near12 Mile

CARRY-OUT ONLY

FOR CARRY-OUT AT

—BEER & WINE-

Want a Skimpy Sandwich?
DON'T COME TO

Feldman doing their await-
ed specialty—jarring home-
made pickles...He's general
chairman of first annual
fall dinner-dance by Mich-
igan Sub-Region. Great
Lakes area of National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's
Clubs, Oct. 9. at Shaarey
Zedek.
AT THE BEGINNING of
this century, very few who
suffered from the diseases
we call cancer (there are
many types) could hope for
long-term survival. let
alone `'cure "...Today,
thanks to an organization
like the City of Hope Re-
search Medical center in
Duarte, Calif., one out of
three persons who get can-
cer will still be alive five
years from now...This
means that approximately
a quarter of a million
people who would have died
from cancer in the early
part of this century had
medical science made no
progress. will successfully
triumph over cancer's rav-
ages...More than 3 million
Americans are alive today
who have been cured of can-
cer.
LOOKING OVER A new
home floor plan in Florida.
a woman pointed to some-
thing on the blueprint and
asked former Detroiter
Nlickey Taines, "What's
this thing here going to
be?" Mickey told her it was
an Italian staircase...and
the woman replied, "Just a
waste of money. We prob-
ably won't have too many
Italians coming to see us."

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