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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 6, 1919

Eban Denies Envoy's Role

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT'S TAKEN A WHILE
to get over the recent train
ride to Toronto for the Fur-
niture Club weekend . . . No
air-conditioning . . . cattle
stops along the way to and
from . . . so bumpy, couldn't
even read the paper .
Most people brought their
own food . . . "Don't ever
mention train again to me,"
said Jean Brose to hubby
Max . . . Shirley and Eddie
Rosenberg took the plane
home . . . Ethel and Hy
Blackman rode a much-
later train and still arrived
only a half-hour after we
did.
Sarah Pitt told by a lady
in another car, "I know
you!" . . . She sure did, 52
years ago when Sarah came
to this country and her par-
ents had a market in Ham-
tramck . . . Ralph Shook tel-
ling jokes during the train
ride, "I was in a restaurant
and saw a raisin walking,
but didn't complain. They
gave me another one." .. .
Birdie Kanfer on bingo al-
most the entire trip .. .
Jules Olen finding a ciga-
rette dropped by Les
Greenspan and smoking it
. . . "This train stops more
than it goes," said Lou Sar-
ko.At least everybody can
say they were in London
and Paris . . . both are
Canadian towns the train
passed . . . Iry and Lil Wine
passing out bagels on train
trip back . . . Paul Borock
with his ever-present cigar
. . . Jules and Ruth Olen on
19th floor of Sheraton-
Centre when the elevator
door wouldn't open . . . It fi-
nally went down and they
bravely took another one.
Thanks to Les and
Ruth Rosenberg for the
menu from Mermaid Res-
taurant where they
enjoyed a very good fish
dinner ... Our experi-
ence was quite different
a Chinese restaurant
where the server looked
at a member of our table
strangely when he asked
for egg rolls ... A delica-
tessen that didn't make
eggs and onions . and a
Hungarian restaurant
that didn't serve chicken
or veal paprikash
Much nostalgia with Be-
rtha and Al Kanfer . . . Joe
Silberschein complaining
that he didn't take any pic-
tures, "I didn't have a cam-
era." . . . Eddie and Shirley
Rosenberg changing rooms
three times at Sheraton
Centre because of lack of air
conditioning . . . Shirley's
parents owned Baron's in
South Haven years ago
where the only air condi-
tioning was the air you
breathed . . . Belle and Gor-
don Fruitman drove up .. .
and rather than take that
train back, Al and Betty
Cohen returned with them.
All in all though, it was a
nice trip because of the
enjoyable company.
GET WELL WISHES

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban has
denied reports that he
would be named Israel's
first ambassador to Egypt.
Eban said that when he
was ambassador for the U.S.
for nearly 10 years an Is-

. .. to Jerry Meyerson . . .
recuperating at home after
his recent operation.
Sadat Feared
REUNION DEPT. .
1975 M.E. War
Nov. 23 is date for 1959 Oak
JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Park High grads, at
Wabeek Country Club . . . In an autobiography which
Contact Debbie Silber, will appear in the fall,
former Israeli Premier Yit-
682-7000.
IRENE GURWIN is the zhak Rabin says that
much tanned and very President Anwar Sadat of
talented manicurist at New Egypt accepted an interim
Hair Gallery salon for men agreement with Israel in
and women in Nine Mile- 1975 because he feared an-
Greenfield Shopping Cen- other war with Israel.
Rabin also writes that
ter, for Frank Levan, who
designed the entire shop .. . former defense minister and
Most unique with its indi- present head of the Labor
vidual hair dressing "sta- Party, Shimon Peres, advo-
tions" . . . and perhaps the cated a U.S.-Soviet buffer
force in the Sinai. Rabin
only one of its kind around.
BESSIE NEWMAN, 88, writes that he was as-
was taken to a night club by tounded by the idea and
son Paul "for just a few flatly rejected it.
minutes" to see cousin Turk
Prujansky while he was
celebrate your
here . . . and had such a good
time, Paul couldn't get her
birthday at
to leave.
CANTOR HAROLD
AI:Mk
ORBACH of Temple Israel
RESTAURANT
sang national anthem be-
fore recent Detroit-Boston
• DINNER AND
game during Bnai Brith
CAKE FREE
Night at Tiger Stadium .. .
• Call For Further
Was very good and also
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brought in a Detroit victory.
NATE GOLDEN SE-
Somerset Mail Troy
EING Mike Kelly of Hon-
eywell Barbers with the
foliage being grown back on
his face saying, "So you like
looking uncivilized, huh?"
BETTY COHEN celeb-
rates her 13th anniversary
25920 GREENFIELD
with the Southfield Post
COR. LINCOLN
Office.
968-4060
THAT BUILDING on
MON.-SAT. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Greenfield and Lincoln that
Closed Sun.
everyone calls the Land-
mark Bldg. is Kirsten To-
BREAKFAST SERVED
wers.
ANY TIME
RON LICHT, shopping
Featuring
center genius (Applegate,
• Home-Made Soups • Chili
etc.), has never been known
• Greek Salad
to put together two centers
• Our Famous Hamburgers
that look alike . . . his next
• Baklava • Coney Islands .
one, slated to open in fall of
•Excellent Tuna Sandwiches • Etc.
1980, is called Muirwood
Square on northwest corner
Everything Also Available
of Grand River and Drake
For Carry-Out
. . . First tenant signed al-
ready is Jerry Efros of Efros . - 11TejTAII-
..
--22:41111W?".
Drugs.
RUTH AND MAX
SOSIN will spend most of
LACSI\
July cruising the Atlantic
11 \1
OF
on former Detroiter Julius
and Diane Green's 63-footer
DETROIT)
. . . with its four full bed-
SERVING Il
rooms and crew of four, in- ii
NORTHWEST
1 1 1
i
cluding a captain . . . The
DETROIT ... and its 1
Green boat biggie uses di-
esel fuel, says Max, and gets I I surrounding areas for 191
about a mile to the gallon
over 25 years with 11
. . . How would you like
Julie's charge bill as he
FINE
keeps on filling up . . . at
ITALIAN CUISINE
about $1500 a whack?
IT'S AN OLD but true
LUNCH & DINNER',
saying that if you want
MON. thru SAT. )
something done right, call a
Closed
Sundays I ;
busy man . . . which is prob-
ably why Murray Grushoff
• Cocktails • 1\1
at L&T Floral Gardens in
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Ferndale is doing so much
business . . . He's always
SCHAEFER
busy . . . but never too much
1 BIk. S. of Fenkell
to help people out.
\
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raeli premier would visit
the U.S. only once in 10
years.
"Now it is 10 times per
year," he said.
He added that he is not
particularly in agreement
with the policies of Premier
Menahem Begin.
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