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August 17, 1984 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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54 Friday, August 17, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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TELEGRAPH AT 10 MILES
354-9660

• . a unisex barber salon
within the confines of a res-
taurant. . . Nothing like the
one Gino used to have for 15
years until he decided to try
the bar game (Sonny's Sa-
loon on Grand River, former
Peter Angel's) couple of
years ago ... and sold his
Gentlemen's Choice with its
15 barbers and two man-
icurists.
Gino de Ginopolis' has
just three chairs, with him-

self, Mary Shutt and Linda
Possela doing the hair styl-
ing ... and Judy Glassman
Levine his manicurist ...
but is proving quite a boon
for business men a women
who can have lunch, drink
. and go into the shop ...
all in one swoop.
People who come into
Ginopolis' gawk when they
walk through the front door
. not believing what they
see ... but it's for real ...

with excellent hair stylists
and a pretty dimpled man-
icurist . . . Ginopolis' cus-
tomers who have a date or
want to stay, don't have to
go back home and freshen
up ... Only thing Gino and
his lassies don't have are
changes of clothes . . . The
very novel idea has Gino de
Ginopolis' open Monday
through Saturday 11 a.m. to
7 p.m. ... Starting in Sep-
tember, hourse will be 12
noon to 9 p.m.
Johnny and Gino are
noted for their pie-in-the-
face bets each year . . . with
folks coming from all over to
see one of them get mushed
• . Johnny wagers on the
University of Michigan
football team and Gino

takes Ohio State ...
They've been doing this for
ten years and people get a
great kick seeing the loser
pastry plastered.
RIALTO RESTAU-
RANT on Woodward, just
south of Nine Mile in
Ferndale, will reopen ,
Saturday.
Owners Charlie and
Frank Pappas were inno-
cent victims of madman in
the tragic incident where
waitress Karen Taylor was
held hostage by a crazed
person eventually shot to
death by police.
Their many friends and

customers wish them well
... and will certainly come
out in droves-to show their
support . . . Charlie and
Frank are a couple of fine
gentlemen.

TABLE TALK DEPT.
... Exasperated mother to
stubborn child: "Eat it, Sid-
ney, dear. Pretend it's
mud." ... At a lunch'
counter: "Did you, say you
wanted these eggs turned
over?" "Yes — to the
Museum of Natural His-
tory" ... Small boy to his
father: "How come a Coke
will spoil my dinner and
martinis give you an appe-
tite?" ... In a hotel dining
room: Wife asking, "What
are the snails like here?"
Husband answering,
"They're disguised as wait-
ers" ... Ambitious starlet:
"I'm looking for a sugar
daddy." Her aged escort:
"Look no further, my dear,
I've got diabetes" . At bar,
"I got this black eye fighting
for a girl's honor. She
wanted to keep it."

NEWS

San Francisco reports six
incidents of anti-Semitism

San Francisco (JTA) —
Police are continuing to in-
vestigate occurrences of
anti-Semitic vandalism at
five synagogues and a day
school. The buildings were
plastered last week with
posters declaring "Death to
the Jews" and "Long Live
the PLO" with large swas-
tikas in the center.
Peggy Isaak Gluck, a

Academy, Gluck reported.
Dickson said his inves-
tigators would "call people
who deal with the PLO," but
noted that he suspected
vandals other than that
group.
Theodore Setton, chair-
man of the Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Council, who
visited the synagogues and
school, indicated that he
Northern
California shared Dickson's uncer-
Jewish-Bulletin
staff tainty about the origin of
writer, reported that In- the posters. Gluck reported
spector Tom Dickson, Setton as saying that "the
liaison to the Jewish com- combination of pro-PLO and
munity for the San Fran- pro-Nazi sentiments in
cisco police department, these posters is not tradi- •
said the police would exam- tional for most anti-Semitic
ine each of the affected groups."
synagogues in the hope of
finding the perpetrators.
Concert in park
Two worshippers on their
,way to. Tisah b'Av services
Oak Park's summer
discovered the posters. "Music-in-the-Park" con-
Identical posters were found cert series will conclude at
on Conga. Adath Israel, Ner 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with a
Tamid, Beth Sholom, performance by
Sherith Israel, and Chevra "Mainstreet" in Shepherd

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