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November 24, 1978 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, November 24, 1978

Nutcracker Ballet
in Farmington

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT SEEMED SORT OF

strange that all the electric
registers at Hammerstein
Drugs on Nine Mile in Oak
Park should go out . . . until
owners Lou Linden and IV
Goodman saw smoke seep-
ing from the ceiling at 2:30
in the afternoon . . . Brave
Lou climbed up to see and
discovered the start of a fire
from wires over 40 years
old. -
The Oak Park Public
Safety Department finally
put Hammerstein's fire out
. . . and although only the
side door is open, business is
still being conducted while
remodeling will give the
new look it hasn't had in all
these years.
OVERHEARD ... at a
neighbor's houso* . . by
Sharon Gross . . . A father,
report card in hand, looking
down at his small son and
saying, "It's too bad they
don't give a grade for cour-
age. You'd get an A for
bringing this home!"

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
. . . to Sol Lewis . . . on

number 60.

RECENT CANDLE-
LIGHTING ceremony at

Bnai David Bar Mitzva of
Steven Joel Markel was
handled by the honored
young gent himself . . . and
it was a two-fold celebration
for his parents . . . Marilyn
and Iry Markel, who also
feted their 19th wedding
anniversary.
Steven's grandmother,
Bettey Markel, was in town
after 19 years away from
here . . . She now lives in
California. •

unexpected dividend from a
stock he thought worthless
. . . "It's like getting money
in the mail from a son or
daughter at college."
GARY MOSS, 29-year
a old son of Carol and Len
Moss, is the youngest vice
president in the service of J.
Walter Thompson Advertis-_
ing . * . He has been with
them four years, and is ac-
count supervisor for the
Kraft Foods campaign (like
Gary's new TV commer-
cials?) . . . Before going with
JWT, he had been at the
Wall Street Journal follow-
ing graduation from Michi-
gan State.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns of Yesterdays .. .
Dec. 19, 1969 ..."Who
was the girl at the recent
Hadassah Rummage Sale
who chipped in with a pic-
ture of her mother-in-law?"

MEN AT JACKSON
STATE Prison have estab-

lished their own tzedaka
(charity) system which has
provided 1,000 Braille
calendars yearly for the
blind in Israel . . . They
have aided in Jewish Na-
tional Fund tree drives and
are presently trying to build
a library with reference.
materials and books
supplementary to Jewish
education . Rabbi Irwin
Tanenbaum administers a
Jewish Inmates Benefit
Fund to provide Seders,
holiday packages, etc. dur-
ing the year ' . . . With
Hanuka near, tax-
deductible checks can be
sent to Temple Beth Israel
Annex, Inmate Benefit
Fund, 801 W. Michigan,
Jackson, Mich. 49202.

BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS ... to Carol Moss.
HE FELT BETTER
FAVORITE STORIES
. by Dr. Gerald Weingar- after mother put some drops

den . . . related by a friend
who told of living in Chicago
a few years ago and listen-
ing to a talk by a lecturer
. . .during the lecture, the
speaker said, "Of course,
you all know what the in-
side of a corpuscle is like"
. . . and the chairman of the
group, sitting on one side,
remarked, "Most of us do,
but you'd better explain it
for the benefit of those that
have never been inside
one!"
LISA KLEIN introduces
Tina. Siegal as "My best
friend" . . . Both are sisters
and the daughters of fine
writer Jackie Klein.
20 YEARS AGO, Bill
Hoptman was in New York
. . . saw some pictures on a
wall and said that one day
he would get into the art
business . . . Well, that
"some day" finally came
true and Bill's first showing
of his Gallery Pictures Dis-
tributors will be Dec. 2, 12
to 5 at Sussex House, 12
Mile, east of Evergreen .. .
with the public invited . .
Bill's pictures are hanging
for sale at Sussex House and
Tunnel Bar-B-Q on North-
western and 12 Mile.
QUOTE ... by CPA Sam
Geller. . . after receiving an

in his ear, but little_Ronnie
Gold, six-year-old -son of
Frances and Nate Gold, re-
fused to stop crying .. .
Aunt Nellie Hoffman asked
why he kept on crying if his
earache was better, and
Ronnie whispered, "I'm
waiting for d-daddy to
c-come home. He's never
s-seen me with an earache."

Singles
Events

SOLO FLIGHT will pre-

sent a. program on "Money
and the Single Person" 8
p.m. Wednesday at Temple
Beth El. Speakers include
Dennis Frank, certified
public accountant; attorney
Sandy Gelman; and Aaron
Brooks, New York Life In-
surance Co. agent. Admis-
sion is nominal, and re-
freshments and a social
hour will follow. For infor-
mation, call Laurie Graff,
626-0977.

If a man is not by temper-
ament a scholar, he should
devote his time to public af-
fairs and the public welfare.
— Midrash

f!owl

starring JIMMYLAUNCE
co-starring JAYE COOPER

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• • • • ••••• •• •



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Dec. 2, 1978

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Mischa
Violinist
Rachlevsky and cellist
David Levine will appear as
soloists with the Center
Symphony Orchestra 3:30
p.m. Dec. 3 in the Shiffman
Hall of the main Jewish
Community Center com-
plex. Julius Chajes will be
on the podium.
Tickets are available at
the Center cashier's office.

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The Michigan Ballet
Theatre will present its
11th annual performance of
"The Nutcracker Ballet"
1:30 and 8 pai. Dec. 2 and 3
p.m. Dec. 3 at Harrison
High School, Farmington.
Tickets will be available
at the door and by calling
the Farmington Commu-
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