THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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ing those real good "oldies" by un-
surpassed stars of other eras.
Kroot, bossfolks at Foland's on
Greenfield, put together that
"Lifestyle '85" home, gift and bri-
dal show . . . Jan. 18-20 . . . at
Southfield Civic Center . . . No
charge for the heavily consumer-
accented exhibit . . . with experts
giving free seminars.
All kinds of things to see .. .
jewelry, home appliances .. .
products from General Electric,
Westinghouse, Maytag among
the 100 exhibitors . . . But you
can't buy anything at the first
eye-widening display by Jerry
LISTENERS ARE STAR-
TLED (especially fellow photogs)
... 50 for Mayme and Vic Lawson
comes up Feb. 24 . . . but the date
is posing a problem . . . Party chil-
dren want to make for them will
have to wait . . . So many close
friends and relatives away vaca-
tioning in February . . . April next
in line but there is a six-week
period after Passover (April• 9)
that they can't have music .. .
Then the offspring picked May,
but two grandchildren of Mayme
and Vic will be taking exams or
studying for them . . . Another
grandchild in New York will
graduate from high school .. .
S-o-o-o-o . . . the party will be
CONGRATS . to brother
Marvin Raskin . . . on his birth-
day, last week . . . Our French
poodle, Coco, didn't forget Uncle
Marfee's birthday . . . gave him a
card . . . and sacrifice of sacrifice
.. some of his treats . . . (P.S.
Marv, Coco barks that if you don't
eat them he would like 'em back).
HARRY KOSINS comes in to
work a few hours each day . . . fol-
lowing triple bypass heart opera-
tion at Cleveland Clinic . . . Bill
Weiss, head tailor for Kosins cen-
tral tailor shop . . . and manager
of the entire Kosins Clothes
tailoring setup, says that Harry
wants folks to know he's up and
around . . . getting stronger every
day . . . with sights already fo-
cused on his former routines.
Old Timers' recent annual
Chanukah Party at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center was
actually a triple celebration .. .
Members Tillie and Harry Madi-
son celebrated their 60th an-
niversary . . . while members
Goldie and Harry Abrams feted
anniversary number 61.
AFTER OVER 45 years in the
children's clothing business, Leo
Berlin retiring in very near future
. . . He began working in his
father's Hamtramck store at age
13 . . . In business for himself on
Six Mile near Livernois next to
Leonard's Shoes, Leo served
mayors, Motown celebrities and
Detroiters for 25 years . . . Past 12
years, his Orchard Mall store
serviced third and fourth genera-
tions . . . It was common for people
to come over in a restaurant and
say, "Hello, Mr. Berlin, you used
to dress me when I was a child."
IF YOU'RE ONE OF those
many folks who love the music
and artists of yesteryears., keep
your radio tuned to CKLW, 800
AM on the dial . . . It's simply
eat with fellows like Dave Pr-
nce, Marc Avery and others play-
when amateur photographer Ar-
nold Rogin tells them he has the
world's most remarkable camera
. . . "It has a maximum aperture of
F/2, automatically aims and fo-
cuses in half-a-second and auto-
matically adjusts aperture in
even less time," he says. "The
color film on which it records is
stereoscopic and self-renewing
after every exposure. The de-
velopment time is a fraction of a
second" . . . Expensive? . . . It's
priceless . . . it's the human eye.
A REAL SWELL DOOZY
Has The World's Best Ribs
and Onion Rings
But Did You Also Know That
TAPPEROONEY'S Has Great
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• Bar Mitzvahs
• Bat Mitzvahs
For All Occasions
• Wedd ings
• Sw eet 16's
1824 West 14 Mile (at Crooks)
Chef's de Cuisine
LEAVE YOUR MONEY
HOME ... as Jerry and Judy
Friday, January 11, 1985 33
that New Year's cards miniature
of his Simon Says book cover)
from Harriette and Leonard Si-
mons . . . with well wishes for lots
of luck in 1985 . . . and a four-leaf
clover attached inside.
Saturday Afternoons and
LOOKING BACK on Columns
of Yesteryears .. .
Jan. 7, 1966 ... "The voice on
the phone last week told Irving
Chaiken that he had dialed the
wrong number . . . When Irving
said, 'I did?', stranger on the other
end replied quickly, 'Have I ever
lied to you before?' "
Jan. 21, 1966 ... "For the first
three months • of her marriage to
Bennett Adelman, Joyce contin-
ued working with a utility corn-
pany . . . On Joyce's first morning
at home after resigning her job,
she set right out to make some-
thing of her new housewife title
. . . An engraved nameplate,
which had been on her desk for
years at the office, now sits
authoritatively on the kitchen
Feb. 18, 1968 . "On discover-
ing that she was an avid square
dancer, fellow campers during her
recent tour to Switzerland asked
Alice Gold to teach them . . . She
managed to get some records
mailed from the States, and
amidst explanations that women
don't usually call dances, she
started teaching . . . An afternoon
later, Swiss, German, Greek,
British, Scandinavian and
American campers were all doing
well and Alice was so hoarse she
couldn't talk . . . 'This is one of the
most interesting camps I've ever
been to,' Alice heard one of the
Swiss campers excitedly tell a vis-
itor. 'We even have an American
call girl here.' "
April 26, 1968 . . . "Asked how
he liked his new baby sister, little
Howard Gross, now living in Tuc-
son, Ariz. with mom and dad,
Aaron and Ruth Gross, replied,
`It's nice, but I wish it was a boy,
`cause then I could play marbles,
baseball and other games with
her' . . . His little question-asking
friend said, 'Well, then why don't
you exchange her for a brother?'
. . . 'Can't,' was Howard's answer.
`It's too late now. We've used her
four days.' "
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