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August 17, 1984 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LISTENING POST

HYATT REGENCY 0 DEAR3( RN

presents

"MASS APPEAL"

COMEDY by Bill C. Davis

MAIL DEPT.... "This is
a story about two loving and
dedicated human beings.
Bill, a Welshman, roly-poly,
red-cheeked, silver-haired,
always smiling, is the bus
driver for the Oak Park
Community Center Senior
Citizens bus. Every other
Thursday or Friday, early

in the morning, he picks us
up at the Lincoln Towers
and surrounding area. Bill
steps out of the bus and
helps us on, greeting us by
our ethnic names, 'Malke,
Sora, Hannah — on and on.
"There are about 15
passengers. On the way to
Farmer Jack, he regales us
with humorous stories. At
this point he has us all
laughing, forgetting our
aches and pains. We arrive
at Farmer Jack and off we
go to shop. Within an hour
we come out with all our
packages and he helps each
one of us onto the bus. For
those who do not live at the
Lincoln Towers, he helps
each one and walks them to
their door. That's Bill. Then
there is Tom, 6foot 2 inches,
a young student, who works
three days a week, driving
those who have appoint-
ments with their doctors, in
a large community center
auto. He greets us with a
cheery smile, inquires
about our health and helps
us off saying, 'I hope you get
a good report.'
"P.S. I love your paper.
There's something for
everyone."

Julia Nathan

BEAUTY
AND
HEALTH HINTS ... By
Tamara Friedman . . . "To
get really cool, forget a cold
shower. Take a tepid bath
instead, add one cup of cider
vinegar and soak for at least
half an hour. Great for itchy
or dry skin.
"For an after-sun cool
down, apply a moisturizing
mask like plain yogurt to
your face. Leave on for half
an hour. Rinse with tepid
water."
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears...
Nov. 6, 1964 . . . "Art
Rabin tells of picking up a
passenger in his cab who,
upon reaching his destina-
tion, said he had left his
money in the hotel . . . Hav-
ing already been swindled
three times by others using
this type of maneuver, Art
said, 'Now look, mister,
either come up with the fare
or I'm calling the nearest
cop! . . . The man insisted he
was telling the truth .. .
said he was in a rush to fill
an appointment . . . and
would have the money sent
. . . 'I felt like knocking out a
few bucks worth of his teeth!
Finally, I went with him. He
got the money plus a 10 spot
for my troubles. Well, that
night I said my prayers of
thanks for controlling my
temper. The guy turns out
to be Jack Dempsey!'
OCT. 8, 1965 ... "Five-
year-old Gordon Miller, son
of Beverly and Miles Miller,
after being reprimanded for
interrupting, explained,
'But I gotta interrupt to get
staited."'

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SO MANY PEOPLE
play golf a life time . . . and
continue to dream of that
ever elusive hold-in-one .. .
Not Barney Allen, however
, .. who recently got his sec-
ond while playing at
Springfield Oaks Golf
Course in Davisburg, Mich.
. . . It was on the 175-yard
eighth hole using a five
wood. . . . in foursome with
Harry Aronovitz, Nathan
Weisberg and Everett Pod-
gers . . . it was a birthday
present from Barney to
himself . . . turning 69 last
week . . . Barney's first ace
was in 1960.
GET WELL WISHES
. to Rhoda Weiss . . . after
operation at Sinai Hospital.
DON'T KNOW if there
are any left . . . but the
Young Women of Jewish
National Fund had some re-
served seat tickets for the
Detroit Tiger-Toronto Blue
Jay game, Sept. 16, at Tiger
Stadium ... Bus transpor-
tation is even provided from
United Hebrew School
parking lot on W. 12 Mile.
SIXTH ANNUAL
Michigan Reunion Party in
Dallas, Tex. . . . for any
ex-Michigander living in
Texas . . is Sept. 29 . . . at
Big D, Texas, an 1880s fron-
tier town "just 18 minutes
and 100 years from
downtown Dallas" . . .
Michi-Texans will be
greeted by riders on horse-
back directing traffic and
bad guys with guns . . . Of
course, the town marshall
and sheriff will rescue them
and take the folks back into
town for a BBQ buffet
dinner, country western
music and a western musi-
cal stage revue.
Tickets will only be sold
in advance . . . For more
info, send name, address
and phone number with
self-addressed, postage-
paid envelope to: Michigan
Club Reunion, 2701-C W.
15th St., Suite 211, Plano,
Tex. 75075 . . . or call Myrna
Green, (214) 386-7585, or
Fay Schoenfeld, (214) 867-
2095, or Mike Andriashko,
(214) 492-7246.
First party by the ex-
Michiganders hosted 75 . . .
Last year was attended by
750.
REMINDER DEPT....
Southfield's Civil Defense
Medical Division is at
Tel-12 tomorrow, 12 noon to
6 p.m. and Sunday, 12 noon
til 5 p.m. ... taking blood
pressure and blood sugar
tests for diabetes . . . No
charge.

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DANNY RASKIN

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