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January 12, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, January 12, 1919

Two Jews Win
Legion of Honor

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT'S LIKE turning back
the years, seeing a photo
cover from the old Club
Trocadero on Fenkell . . .
sent by Jimmy Laker,
whose 27th birthday was
held there Dec. 17, 1941
. . . Turk Prujanski, "Ge-
nial Host To The Nation's
Celebrities" is handsomely
shown on the cover smiling
with that exuberant per-
sonality he used to possess.
Was real nice of Jimmy to
think of sending this . . .
knowing how close Turk
and I were at one time.
Jim and wife Toby have
had to move from their 11
Mile Rd. home because the
expressway is taking it
away . . . They now live at
29105 Southgate Dr. in
Southfield.
a
INFLATION IS
method of cutting a dollar
bill in half without damag-
ing the paper.
MARTIN FELDMAN of
James-Martin Chevrolet on
Woodward tells of the high
pressure auto salesman say-
ing to his customer, "Do you
realize that while you're
standing here dickering,
your car is depreciating?"
JOE FINEMAN, former
Detroiter, son of Rebecca
and the late Dr. George
Fineman, was one of the
writers for the recent CBS
movie, "The Incredible
Journey of Dr. Meg Laurel"
starring Lindsay Wagner
and a host of other stars . . .
Rebecca is the sister of All
Colman.

CHILDREN'S DEPT.
. . . Five-year-old Roland

Stern, son of Anne and
Oscar Stern, after being
reprimanded for interrupt-
ing, said, "But I gotta inter-
rupt to get started."
NICE FOLKS . . . both
at work and play . . .
(Radio) CKLW's Dick Pur-
tan and WJR's Jimmy
Launce . . . (Television)
WDIV's Sonny Eliot and
Dave Wittman and
WXYZ's Jack McCarthy
. . . (Metro Newspapers)
Free Press' Chuck
Thurston, Bob Talbert and
Mark Beltaire . . . News'
Joe Falls, Charlie Manos
and Molly Abraham.

CORRECT SPELLING

of Rabbi M. Robert Syme's
wife's name is Sonia.

SHOPPER TO
CHECKER in supermar-

ket, "That sure was fast.
How many dollars a minute
can you type?"

CALLING
SAM
WINER . . . Remember

back in 1966 when you had
your first hole-in-one?
It was on the fourth hole at
Rochester Golf Course . . .
You used a number six iron
for the 150-yard par three
hole . . . For witnesses you
had nine to be exact . . .
Fellows in front playing on
the green waved you and
your party on and were
shocked because they had
never seen a hole-in-one be-
fore . . . Your wife Helen

111-
took all the credit because
she got up at 5:30 a.m. to
make you breakfast . . .
since it was your 47th
birthday.

LOU

BARDEN,

attorney-humorist, will
speak on "Jewish Humor
and What Makes it Funny"
8:15 p.m. Jan. 23 at Cong.
Bnai David on Southfield
. . . It's open to the public
and sponsored by Bnai
David Men's Club.

SEEING PEOPLE . . .

Bill Coomb looking great
with his dark mustache . . .
Realtor Jack Pomeroy look-
ing dapper . . . Orchestra
leader Sam Barnett with
trim figure as he plays ten-
nis four times a week . . .
Songstress Arlene King
making pianists happy
wherever she goes . . . Dr.
Barry Rosen in town for a
short visit . . . mother is
Lillian Rosen . . . Sid Hud-
son in town from Las Vegas.

PASSING THROUGH

Richmond, Va., furniture
rep Al Mayers decided to see
the Edgar Allan Poe home,
now restored as a museum
. . . He hailed a cab and
told the driver to take him
to the Poe House . . . After
a long drive, the cab pulled
up before a weather-beaten
structure on the outskirts of
town . . . the County Home
for the Indigent.

LOOKING BACK

On Columns Of Yester-
years .. .

APRIL 1, 1966 . . .

"Bruce Lyons, son of Ann
and Louis Lyons, has been
promoted to branch man-
ager for Manufacturers Na-
tional Bank . . . (Bruce
started with Manufacturers
nine years ago as a teller)
. . . He has been sort of a
`roving manager.' "

APRIL 8, 1966 . . .

"Merwin Solomon was in a
home recently snapping
photos to be put in those key
chain viewers . . . While at
work, a five-year-old whose
picture Merwin had taken
when the boy was only
six-months-old, remarked,
"Mr. Solomon, I can't get in
there anymore. I'm bigger
now."

Reconstructionist
Meetings Are Set

NEW YORK — The Re-
constructionist Rabbini-
cal Association will hold its
fourth annual meeting in
Philadelphia, Sunday
through Wednesday. Ses-
sions on Reconstructionist
approaches to conversion
and divorce will featured.
The rabbinic conference
is preceeded by the mid-
year board meeting of the
Reconstructionist Federa-
tion of Congregations and
Havtu of being held today
through Sunday in White
Plains, N.Y.

PARIS (JTA) — Two
French Jews have been
decorated with the Legion of
Honor. Both of them were
awarded France's most co-
veted public award for their
work on behalf of Jewish
organizations. The two are
Salomon Friederich, direc-
tor of the Alliance France-
Israel, and Gerard Israel,
secretary of the Alliance Is-
raelite Universelle.
Former French Premier
Jacques Chaban-Delmas
personally called on
Friederich who is hos-
pitalized to present him
with 'the insignia of the or-
der. Friederich has long
been active in promoting
Franco-Israeli friendship.
He also serves as the secre-
tary general of the Union of
Jews from Eastern Europe.

Groves Grad an
All-American

INDIANAPOLIS — Bob
Levine, a graduate of Bir-
mingham Groves High
School, has been named to
the Jewish Post and Opin-
ion's Jewish All-American
football team.
Levine is a 6-foot-1, 215-
pound linebacker at San
Diego State University. He
is majoring in biology.

COUNTRY INN

—BEER & WINE -

Sharon Ignores
Conflict Rule

JERUSALEM — Ag-
ricultural Minister Ariel
Sharon has maintained
ownership of a large farm in
the Negev despite a
conflict-of-interest ruling a
year ago and divestiture re-
quests by the Prime Minis-
ter's Office and the State
Comptroller.
The charge was made by
the State Comptroller at a
recent Knesset session.

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