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September 14, 1984 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday., September 14, 1984

51

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

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BIFF, BAM, BOOM . . . and a
new name is born . . . Shopping
center to open next spring on Or-
chard Lake Rd. north of Maple,
will be Sugar Tree . . . not Sugar
Tree Square.
PAUL HAAR, son of Francis
Adoff and the late Nate Adoff, has
been selected in 1984 edition of
"Outstanding Young Men In
America" . . . He also was recently
elected secretary-treasurer of the
Washington, D.C. Foreign Law
Society.
WHILE IN LONDON, Ken
Wittenberg wanted to see the
tennis matches at Wimbledon,
but couldn't get a ticket . . . and
mentioned his woes to another
American he met at a pub .. .
Next day, Ken, in running for
15th District county commis-
sioner, sat at Wimbledon's center
court . . . The new-found acquain-
tance was star Eddie Dibbs.
CONGRATS . . . to former De-
troiters Ben and Anne Brown .. .
on their 65th anniversary . . . in
Brentwood, Calif. . . . Family
gathering will be at home of
daughter Helen and son-in-law
Bernie Fineman . . . in Los
Angeles.
ART IN THE GARDEN by
supporters of SCAMP, Sept. 29, in
atrium of Prudential Town Cen-
ter . . . Wine and cheese premier is
7:30 . . . art auction 8:30, with
proceeds going to the SCAMP
program.
Molly Feinberg, 1984 Art Auc-
tion chairgal for Supporters of
SCAMP, is a noted area artist
whose work will be in the preview
and auction . . . She is the grand-
mother of a SCAMP student .. .
and established E.J. Feinberg
Memorial Fund for scholarship
assistance . . . SCAMP is a six-
week summer day camp that pro-
vides social, recreational and edu-
cational activity for the handi-
capped (ages 4 to 25) from 39
school districts within Oakland
County.GET WELL WISHES
... to Marlene Lyons (Bruce) .. .
after operation at Sinai Hospital.
THANKS . . . to Lon Grossman
. . . for address and phone number
of Mike and Peggy Miller . . . in
Wayland, Mass. . . . Mike is
former popular WXYZ Radio talk
show host . . . now with WHDH
Radio in Boston.
ELAINE MASKIN, wife of
Hazel Park Raceway p.r. gent
George Maskin, retired from
teaching home economics at Troy
High, devoting time to home and
family . . . plus custom knitting
with her Purl Two Creations.
NOW THERE ARE blown-up
robots to serve people at home .. .
by remote control . . . They're at
The Male Room on Boardwalk,
Orchard Lake Rd., south of Maple
. . . a maid, butler and cook . . . all
holding trays . . . The Male Room
has so many new things now, it's
fun walking around the store.
ALSO ON THE
BOARDWALK . . . Original
name of new ladies shoe store
there was to have been Step 'n Out
. . . Owners Ray and Sharon
Himmelman were going through
a magazine and saw shoe with
manufacturer's name, "Le rump"
. . . which they liked . . . But Ray
and Sharon discovered that in
French, Le is masculine . . . and la

feminine . . . so the name La
Pump.
It is a beautiful store designed
by Cary Greenberg with New
York and European looks .. .
combining grays, blacks and
smart theatrical track lighting
. . . The women's shoe styles have
a look of chicness . . . in most
pleasant surroundings . . . with
the delightfulness of two gracious
owners.
CELEBRATION MARKING
one-year birthday of Interna-
tional Jewelry Exchange in
Southfield Plaza, Southfield and
12 1/2 Mile, ends tomorrow . . . with
five $100 gift certificates being
drawn at 3 p.m.. . . Winners there
in person get an extra $25 gift cer-
tificate.
After 42 years in the jewelry
business, Hy Weinstein took his
knowledge and opened up the
unique International Jewelry Ex-
change.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS . . . To
make candles look clean and
shiny like new, wipe them off with
a piece of cotton dipped in alcohol
.. . Here's how to clean cigarette
smoke from the air . . . Soak a
towel in water, wring out well,
and briskly swing it around .. .
The towel will collect smoke .. .
For homemade solution to clean
eyeglasses, use an eyedrop of vin-
egar (or vodka if you have any) on
each lens and wipe clean . . . Your
lenses will be bright and have no
streaks.
LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryears .. .
NOV. 17, 1967 . . . "13-year-old
black French poodle, Bo, owned by
Peggy and Harry Miller, went
blind, so Peg and Harry got him a
seeing-eye dog that does an excel-
lent job of leading Bo around .. .
Tuffy is his name and he's a white
toy poodle . . . seven inches tall!"
SEPT. 8, 1967 . . . "One day last
week, Lou Baron was listening to
the ballgame and set his alarm
clock in case he fell asleep on the
couch . . . He did, and didn't hear
it ring . . . Donna, 12-year-old
daughter of Lou and Rita Baron,
went over to wake him, saying,
`Daddy, it's 10 to 11" . . . Lou
mumbled back, 'In whose favor?"
NOV. 1, 1967 . . . "Geri
Diamond was given a parking tic-
ket recently and neglected to have
it paid . . . Finally, a warning
came to the house . . . send $5 or
get a warrant for arrest . . . Geri
told husband Dave to pay the tic-
ket for her . . . He adamantly re-
fused . . . that is until suddenly
remembering a very important
thing . . . the car was registered in
his name!"

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