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September 05, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1

VINCENZO'S

18211 JOHN R

LISTENIN
POST

r.

"YOU NAME IT and if
it's legal, I'll do it, rain or
shine," says Judy
Wakefield . . . It's the very
novel, most interesting and
no doubt much wanted new
business by this enterpris-
ing lassie._
She does everything . .
from escorting elderly, ill or
handicapped to gift shop-
ping and wrapping to run-
ning all kinds of errands
(dry cleaner, shoe repair,
etc.),. . . to grocery shopping
to organizing closets and
drawers to light mending to
house sitting to wake up
service and reminder serv-
ice (birthday, anniversary,
etc.) . . . to dropping chil-
dren off at school or picking
them up.
And listen to this . . . Judy
will even do messenger
service . . . pick-up and de-
livery of documents and
small packages anywhere
in the United States.
She'll also supervise
packing and moving . . . or
conduct garage sales .. .
Judy's number is 681-0698.
STILL NOT CLAIMED
is the tefilin bag and two
small prayer books pub-
lished in 1903 in Budapest
. . . brought into Joyce and
Jack Polsky at Fox Hills
Medi-Mart on Opdyke and
South Blvd. by a customer
who knew they were Jewish
and asked what he should
do . . . They had been left in
the trunk of a used car
bolght by him . . . If you
know of anyone who might
have lost these no doubt
sentimental items, call
Joyce, 352-4242.
MEMBERS ARE
NEEDED if Criterion Club
is to continue . . . The swing-
ing singles group for folks
over 50-years-old has an
all-out membership drive
after 20 years of meeting .. .
Call Milford Krieger, 544-
8158, or Ben Eastman,
778-8887.
MAIL DEPT. .. . "I am
writing to you regarding the
disappointing day we spent
at the 'Jewish Ethnic Festi-
val' at the Livonia Jewish
Congregation, Seven Mile
at Middlebelt. As we ap-
proached the festival, the
first thing that caught our
eye was a table set up with a
display of Christmas trees
and wreaths. My seven-
year-old daughter even
commented, 'Mom, look at
this — would you believe
Christmas trees?' The lady
at the table snickered at the
remark. If this was a
`Jewish Ethnic Festival'
maybe it is good there is no
festival for our people in
downtown Detroit. As far as
I am concerned, all this was
a 'glorified garage sale.' "
Barbara Goldstein
SEEING SIGNS . . . on
outside church bulletin
board . . . "You aren't too
bad to come in. You aren't
too good to stay out."
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears .. .

HARVEY URNOVITZ'S
HUNGARIAN
VILLAGE
THURSDAYS & SUNDAYS

Italian-American Cuisine

Danny Raskin's

Bet. 6 Bi 7 Mile Rds.

869-5674

NOV. 20, 1964 . . . "Gent
came into Hammerstein's
Drugs in Oak Park and
asked Jack Goldman at the
tobacco counter for a
Basheba cigar . . . Jack said
he didn't carry it, but would
make calls to try and get
them . . . He phoned all over
Detroit and was finally told
where the Bashebas could
be gotten . . . Next tine the
fellow came into the
drugstore, Jack told him
about calling all over, but
that there was a limit — he
wasn't calling Hong Kong!"
OCT. 9, 1965 . . . They
say lightning never strikes
twice in the same place, but
Arnie Aisen only believes
half of it at the Hollywood
Mirror Gallery in the
Green-8 Shopping Center
. . . A few months ago, we
wrote about a box of glass
falling from its hoist and
crashing downward . . .
without a single piece
breaking . . . It happened
again last week . . . This
time, however, there was
broken glass."
NOV. 26, 1965 . . . "Some
while back, Sid Nickin,
Windsor department store
head living in Oak Park,
was in the hospital with an
illness that sapped his
entire energy . . . Nurses
took him by the window
where he looked out at four
strong men digging ditches
. . . Sid remarked that he
would give anything to have
their strength .. .
"Today, nothing stops
him . . . He has it to burn,
and uses it to good advan-
tage toward helping unfor-
tunate people . . . Sid, an
amateur magician among
the finest, opened the show
at the recent reunion of the
Detroit Rehabilitation Cen-
ter, and was stepping in
high show biz company .. .
"Almost 1,700 patients
and alumni watched Sid
perform for 35 minutes, fol-
lowed by comic Myron Co-
hen, pianist Oscar Peterson,
actor Edward Everett Hor-
ton, TV songsters The
Human Beings and others
. . . All were professionals
except Sid, whose efforts are
concentrated day and night
toward his fine workings on
behalf of all charitable
causes."
JUNE 11, 1965 ..."Sam
Jaffe, tailor at Teck clean-
ers in Oak Park, is back liv-
ing here after a stay in
California . . . While there,
Sam became so hungry for
news about the home town
he paid 25 cents for a De-
troit newspaper . . . two
weeks old . . . And there
wasn't even a newspaper
strike going on!"
REMEMBER FOLKS
. . . use friendship as a draw-
ing account if you wish, but
don't forget the deposit.

The Talmud recommends
that one should study the
Torah as a cure for
headaches.

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