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October 21, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COUNTRY
INN
B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

Danny Raskin's



LISTENING
POST


ALMOST 600 people were

at the recent first annual
dinner-dance by local sedtor
of Nationar Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs. . .quite
a tribute to the committee
led by effervescent May-
nard Feldman.
Amazing how many
people don't know the words
to Hatikva. . .Cantor Simon
Bermanis led the singing of
this and Star Spangled Ban-
ner. . .After the American
national anthem, half the
room was silent.
It was a most entertaining
and enjoyable evening.
1977 78 MARKS the 50th
anniversary celebration for
Detroit Town Hall. . .giving
audiences the rare opportu-
nity to see, hear and meet
America's foremost news-
makers, artists, authors,
journalists, politicians and
film stars. . This season's
speakers brought by boss
lady Noreen • Green
are...Sydney J. Harris,
award winning Detroit Ftee
Press columnist, Oct. 26:
Senator Abraham Ribicoff,
Nov. 30; David Susskind,
Feb. 22; and Cicely Tyson,
April 19.
All programs are held at
the Fisher Theater on
Wednesdays at 11 a.m.
COUPLE OF OLD friends
will be advanced in
masonry this year. . .Percy
Scwartz becomes worshipful
master and Iry Lachman
senior deacon of Mosaic
Lodge No. 530.
LETTER COMES signed
with paw print on it. . .from
Lord Ryan of Ledgeway...
"My stepsister and I were
very excited when we read
our names in your column
on Friday, Oct. 7, 1977. All
our neighborhood friends
have called to say they read
your column too. I would
like to bring one fact to your
attention. I am an Irish Set-
ter not an English Setter.
Sabra and I hope you will
visit us again soon, and I
promise not to bark at you."
BEST BET OF The Week-
end. . . Crescent Shrine's
23rd annual Birthday Party
and President's Dinner-
Dance, Sunday, at Raleigh
House...Hal Gordon's
ork...entertainment...Social
hour 6 p.m., dinner, 7 p.m.
EXAMPLE OF HOW nice
‘— ' a salesperson should be
without the sugary make-
believe stuff is Selma Fish
at Bricker Furs, Lincoln
Center, Oak Park. . .She is
all business but still hon-
estly compassionate and
most attentive with the
people she waits upon.
TOMORROW (OCT. 22) is
date of City of Hope Mr. &
Mrs. Group Nostalgia
Dance with Frank Venice at
Bnai David. . .For last min-
ute tickets, call Harry Hoff-
man, 967-3856 or 548-6600.

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ANNIVERSARY CON-
GRATS . . .to Natalie and

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LOX, ALL, CHEESES

BIRTHDAY CONGRATS

...to Sophie Averbuck (Gil.)
DISA 'N DATA. . .A1
Kushner still the smooth
dancer as of yeste-
ryears...Karen Fracassi
with napkins on shoulders—
too cold...while hubby,
Southfield Mayor Don Fra-
cassi, took off jacket — too
warm .. .Sally and Jimmy
,Katz looking great. . .They
were the original owners of
Katz' Delicatessen in Oak
Park...Nov. 2 is the Easter
Seals pocket billard tourney
we'll be playing in at Pon-
tiac Silverdome. Starts at 7
p.m.
AFTER INSTALLING his
remote control car starter
recently, • Steve Shapiro
decided to test it out from
the kitchen window of his
apartment. . .At the exact
time he pressed the button
on the transceiver of his
Remotostart, a neighbor
and his five or six young
cousins were getting ready
to get into their car about
three feet away.
As the engine started to
turn over, the group of
youngsters leaped in the air
and their eyeballs seemed
as big as silver dollars - like
they had just seen a ghost.
Soon they all swarmed
around Steve's car to see if
there was anybody
inside...Of course there
wasn't...His neighbor
rushed up to the door and
told Steve what happened. .
With tears of laughter, he
assured him that the car's
problem would be taken
care of the next day.

Aguda Israel Sets
Assembly in Israel

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Aguda Israel leaders are
meeting with colleagues -
abroad in preparation for
the movement's sixth
"knessia
gedola"—great
assembly—here
next
summer.

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soon-..Do they have to wait
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How about cleaning up that
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They could also use a side-
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