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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 28, 1981 33

Buffalo Vaad

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

41 k
ASKED HOW HE liked standing out there in the

BUFFALO (JTA) — A
Vaad Hakashrut of Greater
Buffalo, the first
community-wide agency for
kosher supervision, is ex-
pected to begin operations
in September in western
New York.

going to school, six-year-old middle of the floor!"
AUG. 6, 1948 . . . "Im-
Mervin Sampson, son of
Alice and Ray Sampson, re- agine being in a strange
plied, "Oh, I like the going country . . . among strange
all right, and I like coming people . . . and suddenly
back too. It's having to stay running into someone from
after I get there that I don't back home . . . Maybe a
friend, or an acquaintance
ETTER of commenda- . . . or perhaps some persons
ton was given to Corporal who went to the same school
Richard Silverman, auxil- as you did . . . or ate at the
iary member of Southfield's _same restaurants . . . or
Civil Defense . . . by Glen played on the same corner
Leonard, Oak Park Director lot . . . or knew a couple of
of Public Safety . . . Dick re- the same people you did.
cently aided Oak Park offi- "This is happening to a
cers at one of the most se- group of Detroit boys . . . in
vere fires in its history . . . Palestine fighting with
caused by leakage and exp- Hagana . . . Instances such
losion of tanks of freon at as the time about 1:30 p.m.
the Thermal Co. warehouse . . . when gunfire began
on Wyoming . . . from 6 p.m. breaking out on the streets
. . . following arrival at 12
to 11:30 p.m.
CON- midnight of the Irgun ship,
BIRTHDAY
GRATS ... to Louis Taub Altalina . . . Joe Fink was
crawling on his hands and
on number 75.
ED WOLFE came to visit knees . . . pawing his way
his family . . . and wound up forward . . . and touched a
in the hospital . . . Follow- foot in front of him that be-
ing an operation, he's doing longed to Rudy Newman .. .
fine . . . while staying at buddy from back home in
brother and sister-in-law Detroit."
OCT. 31, 1952 . . . "Recal-
Morley and Ruth Wolfe's
home on Lincoln . . . He ling one of Winston Chur-
won't leave to go back to chill's visits to the United
Florida at least another two States, Irving Sampson tells
weeks . . . when he'll again of being present when
be able to play tennis. England's prime minister
Only thing about the op- addressed a group of promi-
eration that upset Eddie nent Jewish businessmen in
was the doctor not allowing New York . . . Churchill
him to drive a car for 10 said that the Israeli em-
days because of the surgery bassy in London was mor-
. . He's back behind the tified to discover that all the
wheel now like a kid with a embassies made a point of
new toy. offering a cup of tea in the
afternoon to the bobbies as-
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Charlie Hoptman . . . signed to posts in front of
their buildings.
at Sinai Hospital.
"The Israeli staff has-
THAT SONG you hear
tened to make amends to
on Dick Purtan's CKLW
their bobby, explaining,
radio, "Elizabeth Taylor's
`Forgive us if we don't know
Thighs" (takeoff on "Bette
all the fine points as yet. We
Davis' Eyes") was written
haven't had an embassy for
by Purtan talent Larry
2,000 years!' "
Lawson, son of Mayme and
AUG. 5, 1966 ... "Bruce
Vic Lawson.
Lyons
still waiting for his
CONGRATS ... to managership of a branch at
George and Selma Keil .. .
manufacturers National
on their 52nd anniversary
Bank . . . and roving from
. . . and George's 74th birth-
one spot to another . . . tells
day . . . on the same date.
of the girl coming over to
ABE & MINNA him at one branch and ask-
celebration
of
KRIEGER
ing if he could cash her hus-
their 50th wedding an-
band's check. . . After look-
niversary will be at Michi-
ing at the signature, Bruce
gan Inn, Sept. 12 . . . given
said it was all right, but
by their three children,
would need an endorsement
Aaron, Richard and Jac-
first . . The girl wrote on
queline.
the back of the check, "My
LOU FELDMAN is now
is really a great
minus 173 pounds . . . just husband
-
guy.
by pushing himself away
APRIL 10, 1970 . . .
from the table . . . Lou "Walter Klein, executive
ighed
well
over
400
prior
s
director of the Jewish
,,i'eight months ago . . . He's
Community Council, sends
down to 245.
us the latest Iron Curtain
On
LOOKING BACK
story making the rounds .. .
Columns of Yesteryears .. .
concerning the family
OCT. 6, 1944 . . . "At a awakened in terror when a
USO dance in Leesville, Pa.,
fist pounded on the door
Pvt. Jerry Gorzeck cut in on shortly before dawn . . . and
a GI and discovered him to then came the reassuring
be Sgt. Leo Williams, a
voice of the janitor . . .
Gamma Chi brother from
"Don't worry, folks. It's only
se-
Detroit . . . In elation at
a fire."
eing each other again, they
began walking off the floor
Beauty commonly pro-
.. not remembering until
they both sat down at a duces love, but cleanliness
table that the girl was still preserves it.

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