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July 13, 1984 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-13

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• IKE PEIROINEtviioit NEW

DANNY RASKIN

THERE'S EVERY-•
THING for the gent at Male
Room on Boardwalk, Or-
chard Lake Road south of
Maple . . . and man's best
friend, his dog, isn't neg-
lected either . . . A jar of
cookies is called, "The
gourmet snack for' today's
stress-ridden pet.
"How curious that your
Spot or your Whitney
Frothingham III should be
subjected to the indignities
of mousse des scraps sous la
table. Bit of irony that
Haute Cuisine should pop
up.
"After sll, in an age of
carcinogenic pipe and slip-
per delivery, one cannot pay
too much heed to the finer
points of canine cuisine.
(We expect you'll choose the
proper wine, perhaps a
claret will do.)"
Ingredients are stone
ground whole wheat flour,
cornmeal, milk, eggs, soy-
bean oil, romano cheese and
garlic . . . so Male Room
owners Lisa Liebowitz and
mother Michi Liebowitz say
that if your dog won't eat
the cookies, at.least you can
enjoy them . . . which is sure
a whole lot more to be said
than for plain ordinary dog
food.
Lindsay Press, doing
caricatures compliments of
The Boardwalk, and Ralph
Koziarsky Jazz Trio, are to-
night's entertainment . . . at
the shopping center's
sidewalk sale . The bar-
gain bevy continues
through tomorrow, also .. .
Nathan's hot dogs, 75 cents,
will be on the sidewalk only
front of Stage & Co. both
days, 12 to 5.
EXPRESS CARE .
. that's what the new service
is called at Providence Hos-
pital, W. Nine Mile . . . for
minor emergency medical
treatment . .. No more
waiting around for umpteen
hours while major emer-
gency . patients are being
treated . . . Times are
limited, though, to Monday
through Friday 4 p.m. to 11
p.m. and Saturday and
Sunday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
. . . times when most physi-
cians' offices are closed .
When Express Care is not
open, regular emergency
department will still see
patients . . : but immediate
service • is not guaranteed
since emergency patients
are seen according to seri-
ousness of their injury or
illness.
. . .to
CONGRATS
Harry Frazis . . . on his
100th birthday . . cele-
brated with over 100 friends
and relatives at Southfield
Charley's on-12 Mile.
THEY'RE CALLED the
lovable dancing duo .. . Lou
and Tillie Jacobson . . . now
living in LoiAngeles .. in
town visiting . . . and going
out dancing, of course ...
Lou is 89 and Tillie is 83.
DR. HARRY SHEC-
. TER joins the staff of Oak-
land Diagnostic Laboratory
(affiliate of The Nursing
Home Group). on. Telegraph

.

CATERING FOR ALL
- OCCASIONS

You Know That . .

LISTENING POST

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in Southfield as chief
pathologist.
ON HIS FIRST visit to
the zoo, recently, Avery
Marcus, son of Shirley and
Sid Marcus, stared at the
stork for a while, then
turned to Sid and said, "Gee,
dad, he doesn't recognize
me."
THE FIRST TIME Toots
Shor ever played on 18-hole
round of golf he shot 211
(with several conceded
putts) . ./ On the 18th
green, he asked his compan-
ion, Jackie Gleason, "What
do you think I should give
the caddy?" . . . Gleason
suggested, "Your clubs."
FAVORITE BY . . . De-
veloper etc. Ron Licht .
Secretary to office manager,
"I've taken all the criticism
of my work that I'm going to
take! How do you spell
`quit'?"
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears...
SEPT. 18, 1953 ..
"What Judge Nate Kauf-
man would call a typical
female motorist came toot-
ing merrily down the wrong
side of a crowded
thoroughfare .. . Wyoming
and Curtis, and ran smack
into Harry Kasden's brand
new convertible . . . While
they were trying to un-
tangle bumpers, the lady
driver said grudgingly, I'm
afraid this was my fault.
Nonsense, said Harry. I as-
sure you the blame rests
entirely with me. I saw you
fully three blocks away and
hid ample time to dart
down a side street." .. .
(Nate admits that gal driv-
ers have changed consider-
ably for the better these
days.)
NOV. 20, 1970 . . .
"Mayor Joe Forbes of Oak
Park, newly elected state
representative, tells of the
little 6-year-old girl who
told her mother, "Mommy,
while you were away, last
night, I looked for somebody
to say my' prayers to but
daddy was watching televi-
sion and grandpa was talk-
ing on the phone, so I just
said 'em to God."'
AUG. 25, 1967 . . "After
his last stop in San Fran-
cisco following his around-
the-country tour teaching
dance teachers, Joe Cornell
was the guest of Debbie
Drake, TV exercise expert
and columnist at the 24-
acre ranch in Colorado
owned by her and famous
race driver husband Jack
Ediljob . . . While at the
ranch they worked on a pilot
film for her coming TV show
using the latest dance fads
put to exercise . . . (Can just
picture our gals going one,
two, boogaloop" •

.

Southfield holds
free concert

The Southfield Cultural
Arts Division will present
the Bob Durant Orchestra,
Sunday at 7 p.m. in the "Sun
Bowl" area of the Pruden-
tial Town Center.
There ia no charge.

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