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January 18, 1985 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

WOW! I KNEW I was out of
condition, but I didnt realize how
much! . . . Come to think of it,
though, only exercise I've gotten
through the years has been bend-
ing down to put on my shoes and
socks.
But there's going to be some
changes made, folks, because now
I'm under Jim (call him doe) Glas-
gow's wing at Executive Athletic
Club in Traveler's Tower on
Evergreen . . . and they don't
come much better.
He used to be athletic director
at Sidney Hill on Eight Mile back
in 1956-1966 . . . and is probably
the first guy I know of who came
up with a cardio-vascular pro-
gram . . . This is what Jim spe-
cializes in as athletic director of
Executive Athletic Club . . . de-
signing programs for everybody's
problem.
After Sidney Hill, Jim was at
Children's Orthogenic School for
Emotionally and Mentally
Handicapped, then 10 years at
Glengarda School for Exceptional
Children in Windsor . . . Next
eight years was at Northville
Public School's special education
program as a perceptual motor
_specialist . . . designing programs
for blind, deaf, physically, emo-
tionally handicapped, etc.
He still held private evening
programs for adults needing
cardio-vascular efficiency . . . has
written three books on physical
education, given over 150 phys ed
workshops for both children and
adults in the U.S. and Canada,
been a resource consultant for
seven universities . . . and even
set track, field and race walk re-
cords.
Jim was a physical fitness in-
structor for three years in the U.S.
Marine Corps . . . and knows how
to put gents through getting-
back-into-condition paces . . . For
certain none of us will be on the
U.S. Marine swimming, boxing,
track, wrestling and football
teams as Jim was . . . but "Doc"
sure gives guys a lot of confidence
in everyday healthful living.

Maximilian shtick. It was the idea
of my fancy silk stocking gallery
in Palm Beach. The owner said;
`Shaye, the show before you is
Lady Churchill's water colors, the
show after yours is Countess Ma-
rini's oils. Do you have any other
first name than Max?' (Yes, on my
Latin diplomas.)"

Max

(Maxmilian Shaye is atop his
letterhead).
BILL MCDONALD of Rosen-
man Flowers is gent responsible
for working with Rita White on
those beautiful Standard Club de-
corations.

FAMOUS LAST WORDS

Dept. . . . I thought that last drink
had a peculiar taste! . . . Well, if he
won't douse his bright lights, I'm
darned if I'll douse mine . . . Darl-
ing, give me a hammer so I can
hang this picture while I'm stand-
ing on this pile of books . . . So this
is your bride! I thought it was her
grandmother . . . That gun doesn't
scare me, you couldn't hit the side
of a barn . . . So your name is
Francis Scott Key, eh? Well,
young man, you've got a good
enough tune there, but it'll never
catch on!

tha
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Artists exhibit

The Huntington Woods Art
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and Paula Zaks in a showing of
their paintings beginning today
at 7:30 with a champagne..recep-
tion, and continuing through Jan.
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Revue of Broadway show tunes
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MYRON COHEN-ISM ...

about the lady who was asked,
"Sadie, if you found a million dol-
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swered Sadie. "If I found it be-
longed to somebody very poor, I'd
give it back."
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Edee Kasmer . . . at Sinai Hospi-
tal . . . to Rhoda Lukaski . . . at
Cleveland Clinic.
MAH JONGG is still going
strong in these parts . . . and
Jewish War Veteran's Ladies
Auxiliary are planning their MJ
tourney slated for Feb. 7, 7 p.m. at
JWV Memorial Home on W. 12
Mile . . . $5 donation that includes
refreshments, door prizes and
three game winning cash prizes,
goes to vet benefits . . . JWV office
number is 559-5680.
to Izzy Malin
CONGRATS
. . . on his birthday . . . to Iz and
Fran . . . on their 47th anniver-
sary.
MAIL DEPT. ... from noted
artist Maxmilian Shaye . . . "Your
reminiscing about me in a column
you wrote in 1968 only em-
phasizes the inexorable ess fleet de
jahren. Don't get thrown by the

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Another businessite feels that
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RICHARD ROTH, son of
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ELI SPRINGER is back on his
feet . . . after recent heart attack.

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