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January 27, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, January 27, 1978

VINCENZO'S

Danny Raskin's

THE
PERFECT
BLEND

LISTENING

POST

THEY SAY THAT the
best way to get to know
someone is to live with
them ... During our recent
Caribbean cruise, we did
everything but sleep togeth-
er with four local couples
who most certainly made .
our trip a rousing success. •
Irene and Nathan (he
likes that much better than
Nate) Light of Star Furni-
ture ... Sarah and Iry Pitt of
Murray Hardware ... Paul-
ine and Ruby SaMson of
Elkin Tours and Sophie and
Harry Hoffman of Iivernois
Auto Glass.
Our ship started out as the
Monarch Sun and left
Miami" port with name
changed to the Volderdam
... hitting Cape Haiten
(Haiti), San Juan (Puerto
Rico), St. Thomas (Virgin
Islands) and Puerto Plata
(Dominican Republic).
In the poverty-laden part
of Haiti we visited, a man
churned peanut butter in a
small side alley and if there
was time, we'd have made a
sign reading "Subsidiary of
Velvet Peanut Butter" to
send Paul Zuckerman as a
joke ... However, at least
when Paul first made pea-
nut butter in the basement
of his home, it was clean.
Wherever you go in St.
Thomas now, they sell jew-
elry ... Mostly Jewish New
Yorkers who set up shop in
almost anything that has
four walls.
Our driver in Puerto Rico
referred to Uncle Sari as
"Uncle Sugar" because he
buys them everything they
want and keeps passing
money into their rip-off
place that loves to take
moola away from*the Amer-
icano.
Best of all was Puerto
▪ Plata ... so clean, beautiful
and the kind of place you'd
like to spend more time at
... No people begging or
lying in streets as in Haiti ...
no hustling you as in St.
Thomas ... no one laughing \
behind your back as in
Puerto Rico ... Nobody
knew what to expect here;
and they discovered a mag-
nificent treasure.
About the Detroiters we
enjoyed on board ...
Sarah Pitt said "My Mon"
Iry is perfect except for one
thing ... he won't heat up the
car for her ... So Iry says he
will now always warm up
the car for Sarah ... even in
July.
It's true love ... Ruby
Samson with a new car and
putting his "baby" in the
garage while wife Pauline
keeps hers outside ... ter-
rible snowstorms and all.
Would you believe that
Sophie Hoffman used to be a
giggler galore? ... In fact,
says hubby Harry, she still
does ... Call Sophie "Gig-

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gles" and she'll recognize
the nickname.
Nathan Light loves to eat
... the Indonesian waiters
we had almost popped the
eyes out of their sockets
when he first ordered ...
Afterwards, though, whelk
Nathan was gotten used to,
they still had the pencil and
pad ready to write even
after he was finished order-
ing ... "You should see our
grocery bill" says wife
Irene, who thinks her Nath-
an is the best guy in the
world ... Don't know where
the food goes, but Nathan is
far from being a heavy-
weight.
The tan Frieda and our-
selves had gotten is gone ...
after spending far days in
Florida ... where the sun
started shining ... after we
left ... naturally.
Here's a tip for those tak-
ing cruises ... They- have a
white elephant sale wh i n
it's about over ... to sell all
the junk people buy and
don't want to bring home
with them ... The ship takes
10 percent and sells them
for you at double and triple
the price originally paid!
(Some .people were too lazy
to get off the boat and had
to come home with some-
thing from the islands.)
JONATHON'S in the
Evergreen Shopping Plaza
off 12 Mile is clearing out its
boys dept. ... and will
change strictly to a young
men's and men's store. The
12 to 20 sizes are being
gotten rid of ... including all
Bar Mitzva selections ...
The • complete changeover
will take place as soon as
all the boys' clothing is
cleared out.
TO THOSE' WHO wrote,
yes, we have noticed the
cheap way some fast food
restaurants are installing
their handicap parking
signs ... by stenciling them
on the pavement ... Wonder
how they expect folks to see
them through the snow?
IF YOU THINK YOU'VE
got troubles, give a thought
to four-year-old Shirley Ann
Weiss, who came tearfully
to her mother, Gloria (Shel-
don) Weiss with the com-
plaint, "How can I button
my dress when the button is
in the back and I'm in the
front?"

Hebrew Club Will
Hear Dr. Stern

Dr. Jay Stern, the super-
intendent of the United He-
brew Schools, will lecture to
the Moadon Ivri 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the 10 Mile
branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The topic of his address
will be: "Biblical Textual
Emendations." The public
is invited.

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