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April 14, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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M Friday, April ,14, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nameless Acts

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT'S OFFICIAL . . .

Moslem Temple Shrine
AA.O.N.M.S. No. 434, De-
troit, is the new owner of
Raleigh House . . . The
vast catering factilities will
be leased out . . . and
Potentate Billy Semanson
has some good ideas in
store.
We'll keep you posted as
to who will handle the cater-
- ing.
GET WELL wishes to
real nice guy Irving Pitt,
Sarah's honeybunch.
BEST BET Of The
Weekend . . . Las Vegas
Night by Tucker-Grant
Lodge, Bnai Brith, Satur-
day, 8:30, at Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses on
W. Maple.
HOW ELSE DO you
congratulate a wonderful
woman on her 90th birth-
day except to say good
health and loth more years
of nachas? . . . Laura Kahn
will celebrate her 90th on
April 27 . . . born in Detroit
. . . and living in Oak Park,
where she was recently
honored at the area's Center
by the OP Senior Citizens.

WHEN PETE
CLAYTON was given a re-

MAX GLOBERMAN is

back in Southfield after a
"retirement trial" . . . Left
for Tamarac, Fla., last Oc-
tober . . . and by January
returned with a new South-
field apartment lease . . .
itching to work again "For
the nicest guy in town, Max
Green" . . Globie worked
15 years for Max in North-
land.
OAK PARK HIGH class
of 1968 is on a membership
lookout for its August reun-
ion . . . Those not contacted
yet should call Janet Inde-
nbaum Berman, 399-7370
or Nancy Levine Liefer,

congrats to Mert and Bud
Sherbow . . two-weeks-
apart celebrants.
MOLLY GREKIN is
now an Ann Arborite . . .
no more two apartment liv-
ing . . . Southfield becomes
a visit.

NIGHT OF GAMES by
Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope, is set for May 25 at
Raleigh House . . . Co-
chairmen are Harry
Hoffman and Nathan
"Peanut Butter" Light . . .
For tickets, call Harry at
Livernois Auto Glass, JO
6-1497, or Nathan at Star
Furniture in Birmingham,
645-0700.

VINCENZO'S

Itohon-Arnerican Curune

18211 JOHN R

559-6654.
MAURICE BETMAN

has a new outlook on life
. . . He's lost 21 pounds the
Diet Workshop way . . .
Moe lost his weight while
attending the workshop at
Montgomery Ward's store,
in Southfield, 10:30 a.m. on
Tuesdays . . . and admits
he's learned how to eat
properly . . . With four
sons, Jeffrey, Ronald,
Michael and Marc to keep
up with, he has to stay in top
shape . . . and keeping in
shape means playing tennis
and not being tired.
An added benefit to losing
weight is that Moe will be
one of the models for the
June 12 fashion show by
Diet Workshop at
Montgomery Ward in
Tel-12 Mall . . He'll be
modeling new summer fash-
ions for his new, slimmer
body.

tirement party by the De-
troit Free Press three years
ago the story was told that
as a young man he started
working at the old Detroit
Journal and it went out of
business . . . From there he
went to the Cleveland Press
and it went out of business
also .. . Pete then moved to
the Chicago Examiner and
it too went out of business
WITH MEMBERSHIP
. . From Chicago he re- dwindling, Hannah Schloss
turned to Detroit and the Old Timers are stressing its
Detroit Times . . . which associate memberships . . .
closed its presses 35 years "For any male who either
later . . . The Free Press attended or participated in
hired him and kept him 15 any activity, club or related
years but decided to retire group meeting in the Han-
Pete at 77 rather than have nah Schloss Building dur-
another paper fold.
ing the period covering
1903-1922." .
Happy birthday, Pete.
Hannah Schloss Old Tim-
EVELYN GRANT can
attest to the fact that hubby ers Annual Dinner-Dance is
May
21.
Lou Grant is "the real
thing." . . even though he
doesn't have his own televi-
Seminary Names
sion show by that same
a Vice Chancellor
name . . . as does Ed Asner
. . . Some folks meeting
Lou still think he's its
NEW YORK — Rabbi
namesake.
Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spir-

BELATED BIRTHDAY

Sound friendships consist
of many nameless acts.
What matters is the
intent—the intent to keep
alive something worthy and
mutual. This happens when
people remember each
other, cultivate each other,
meet each other a little
more than halfway. Such
are the ways in which
friendship may be shared.
Nothing on earth is more
important, for, just as it has
been said that "to lose a
friend is to die a little," so
the reverse is also true, and
when you keep a friend you
add something to the rich-
ness and the worth of life.
—Frank V. Morley

itual leader for 18 years of
Cong. Adatb Jestinun, El-
kins Park, Pa., has been
rained vice cbancelke for
development of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.

Arafat Is Accused

HEBRON (ZINS) — Arab
attorney Hussein-aakti has
charged that Yasir Arafat
has grown rich as leader of
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization.
He charged that Arafat
"sends our children to
battle but he does not com-
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