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July 18, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, July 18, 1980

Danny Raskin's

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LISTENING
POST

COULDN'T HELP

overhearing this last week
at Star Bakery in New Or-
leans Mall on Greenfield
and 10 Mile ... Customer,
"Do you have a long French
bread?" . . . Girl shows one
to her . . . Customer asks,
"Do-n't you have a long one?"
Girl behind counter replies,
"This is a long one . . . Today
it is short."
NEW OWNERS of Sam's
Market on E. Nine Mile in
Oak Park are Nate and
Irene Light.

MARVIN YAGODA,

owner of Sam's Drugs in De-
troit, collects old cars and
musical instruments . . .
Yesterday and today, 10
a.m. to 10 p.m., during the
Sidewalk Sale at Applegate
Square, Northwestern and
Inkster, Marvin's vintage
calliope is playing music
atop his shiny 1941 Ford
pickup truck.
EVER HEAR OF a
strictly kosher barbecue?
. Well you have now .. .
It's being given in the
gazebo shelter at Major
Park in Oak Park, July 23,
5:30, for Norman Goldman
running on the County
Commissioner ticket .. .
The barbecue will be under
supervision ofthe Council of
Orthodox Rabbis.

with Steve and brother-in-
law Tony Vettraino almost
until the needle wears out
so to speak . . Some have
been there well over 20
years, among others who
won't leave for anything.
IRENE WALT, food
consultant for the Raleigh
Square Market Place
(former Raleigh House)
slated to open this year, is
the wife of Dr. Alexander
Walt, chief of surgery at
Harper Hospital . . . Both
were brought to Detroit
from South Africa 20 years
ago by Federal Judge Theo-
dore and wife Rhoda Levin
. . . Rhoda is Alexander's
first cousin.
Judge Levin also swore
them in as citizens of the
United States.
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears .. .

JAN. 12, 1968 . .

"Aboard the SS France in
the Caribbean with hubby
Harry and daughter Bar-
bara, Estelle Kaufman re-
ceived plaudits for the
greatest acclaim while sing-
ing on the ship's Guest Ta-
lent Night . . . Among her
loud applauding admirers
were Detroiters Yetta and
Stan Yates and Ann and
Norman Silverstein."
JAN. 19, 1968 . . . "The
WEEK LATE CON- week of Dec. 22 proved to be
GRATS . . . to Judye and a most 'fruitful' one for Belle
Larry Glazer . . . of Condo and Gordon Fruitman . . .
Care . . . on their 15th an- On the 22nd, son Ronald
was honored for scholastic
niversary.
LOU CITRON WRITES achievement at Detroit Col-
. . . "It must have been a lege of Law . . . On the
case of extreme embar- 26th, son Larry received his
rassment for that 'Emer- BA degree at Wayne State
gency Oxygen' truck to get U. . . . and on the 28th,
stalled on the side of South- Ronald received a telegram
field Expressway recently, from Lansing that he had
with a flat tire for all the passed the bar."
CALLING CLIVE
world to see. There it was,
with all of that air in the CANTOR . . . Remember
tanks on top, but none in back in 1948 when you shot
that tire, and this was an a sizzling 64 in the Cana-
dian Golf Tourney . and
emergency!
were
beaten out by a fellow
"Observed in Southfield,
a car with its vinyl top flak- who rounded the course in
ing and shredding, with this 58?
bumper sticker on it: 'Some-
one answer my prayers,
please. Steal this car!'

WOULDN'T BE-
LIEVE IT . . . Imagine

gents getting up in the
morning and putting on
custom-made Italian silk
robes? ... Who makes
them? ... Steve Petix Cus-
tom Clothiers of course .. .
Can't think 'of anything
Steve and his staff won't
make for people to wear.
Big thing is women's suits
. . . made by Phil Formaro,
with Steve almost 25 years
. . . and among the nation's
finest tailors . . . many of
whom themselves consider
him to be the best . . . And if
you think pleasing the gals
is easy, you're right .. .
when Phil gets through
making them look so good.
The people working at
Steve Petix Custom
Clothiers never seem to
leave ... it's like their home
away from home , . . . staying

Talent Show
Sunday in WB

The Seymour Talent
Show will be presented 7:30
p.m. Sunday at Stafford's
Restaurant in the Orchard
Mall, West Bloomfield.
A variety of performers,
from mind readers to magi-
cians, will be presented, and
prizes will be awarded.
Musical accompanist for
the show is Charles Row-
land.
Judges for the show are:
entertainer Dennis Ver-
nier; Heidi Press, associate
news editor, The Jewish
News; Jim Windell, free-
lance entertainment writer;
and Patricia Kelly, promo-
tional director of Orchard
Mall.
There is an admission
charge. For information,
call Stafford's, 851-8952; or
Seymour Schwartz, show
coordinator, 356-8525.

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