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Friday, August 1, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
TWO "MUST" STOPS for
songster Johnny Mathis while in
town recently at Meadow Brook
. . . golf with Dr. Harold Roland
. . . and some deli food.
He and friend Harold, Roland
Optics optometrist to many show
biz stars, did their holings on the
links at Knollwood Country Club
. . . and deli-dining at Stage & Co.
Johnny flew in two days before
his Meadow Brook Concert for
these two look-forward-to occa-
Next scheduled golf outing for
Harold and Johnny is in Scotland
. . . and Mathis wants Stage &
Co's Harriet and Jack Goldberg
to pack a "doggie bag" for their
"I DO" DEPT. ... Annette
Langwald, bossgal of Cruises
Only and Elkin Travel . . . and
Dr. Frank Kozin, (dad was late
kosher caterer Bill Kozin) . . . are
a Mr. and Mrs. team now.
CONGRATS ... to Harry
Dubbs (Mollie's darling) . . . on
his 85th birthday . . . celebrated
with party at Excalibur by good
friend Millie Hatlak.
IT'S FINAL PLANS for 50th
anniversary dinner dance by
Wayne State University's
Gamma Kappa Chi Fraternity
. . . Sept. 29 at Hamilton Place.
Committee still looking hard
for lost members who have moved
with no forwarding address.
Gents to contact are . . . Lou
Chess, 644-1041; Iry Collens,
851-0490; Sol Dunn, 661-1751;
Oscar Gensor, 398-6970; Phil
Rothschild, 543-7544; Morry
Sugar, 355-2515; or Chester
PINE LAKE MALL on Or-
chard Lake Rd. and Pine Lake,
has been purchased by Morris
Margulies . . . who will make fu-
ture additions . . . and also
enclose the shopping property.
CONGRATS ... to Frances
Beresh . . . on her birthday.
DR. STANLEY LEVINE was
named Michigan chiropractic
doctor of year by Michigan State
Chiropractic Association conven-
tion at Shanty Creek.
LOOKING BACK ON Col-
umns of Yesteryears .. .
Oct. 25, 1946 ... "Each week
we will print partial listing of
names of contestants for the col-
umn's Beauty-Personality Con-
test . . . Roslyn Sparage, Nettie
Borman, Evelyn Eisner, Sophie
Blatt, Marion Reed, Dorothy
Wolfe, Jerry Bloom and Connie
Nov. 1, 1946 ... "Judges for
the Beauty-Personality Contest
are being slated among eminent
persons . . . More names sent in
. . . Jane Birnbaum, Jeanne
Stein, Lois Landsberg, Inez Men-
delsohn, Rhoda Lipman, Ruth
Cantor, Marilyn Koblin, Adeline
Alger, Mary Saltzman and
Esther Jean Milner."
Nov. 15, 1946 ... "Here's an-
other listing of Beauty Personal-
ity contestants . . . Gussie Rimar,
Sally Litvin, Rae Ginsberg,
Frances Robinson, Evelyn Talan,
Paula Nidorf, Carol Harris, Be-
verly Goldfine and Alice Stan-
Nov. 22, 1946 ... "More
. . . Judy Mindell, Marilyn Klein,
Lyn Trager, Bernice Glaser, Be-
verly Samit, Harriet Harrison,
Gladys Levinberg, Lois Coggan,
Ruth Stone, and Pearl
Dec. 6, 1946 ... "Deadline for
all pictures in Beauty-
Personality Contest is Dec. 20 .. .
More names . . . Rae Ann Moss,
Tamara Gray, Minnie Winokur,
Ann Briskin, Joyce Friebert,
Edith Tobin, Carol Keller."
Jan. 17, 1947 ... "Here they
are, folks . . . the girls who by
their pictures have been selected
as finalists in the column's
Beauty-Personality Contest .. .
Nettie Borman, Sally Levinson,
Grace Engel, Lois Landsberg,
Evelyn Eisner, Dorothy Wolfe,
Shirley Cohen, Jean Curtis, Lena
Brotsky, Corinne Wilhelm,
Frances Robinson, Beverly
Goldfine, Roslyn Berman, Tam-
ara Gray, Inez Mendelson, Lyn
Trager, Evelyn Lipson and Ros-
"Ezra Stone, original Henry
Aldrich of stage, screen and radio
. . . and other star celebrities will
give prizes for first, second and
third places . . . at the Julius
Rosenwald JWV Mid-Winter
Ball, Jan. 26, Hotel Ft. Wayne.
Jan. 31, 1947 . . . "Lovely Sally
Levinson, winner of the column's
Beauty-Personality Contest, is 5
ft., 5 in., weighs 118 pounds and
has blonde hair . . . Her picture
was entered by a sister, Mrs.
Phylis Hertzberg . . . She had
ambitions of being a model, but
chose secretarial work at Central
High . . . Corinne Wilhelm and
Inez Mendelson, second and third
respectively, were the runners-
FAVORITE STORIES ... by
Barrister Henry Baskin . . . about
the pretty Catholic girl who
wanted to marry a nice Jewish
boy ... The mother of the girl
told her daughter, "If he loves
you he'll become a good Catholic.
talk to him, convince him of the
great things about the Catholic
religion. You're a good talker,
honey, you can do it." . . . -So she
talked and talked to her boyf-
riend and finally everything was
going right . •. . They had even set
a wedding date, until one day the
girl came home crying and said,
"We're not getting married." .. .
"But why?" said the mother. "I
thought he was convinced of our
faith after you talked to him." .. .
Her daughter tearfully replied,
"That's just it, Mom. I talked to
him, but I talked too good — now
he's going to be a priest."
In Arabic Paper
Jerusalem — In a rare occur-
rence, a foreign, Arabic-language
newspaper mentioned a scholarly
project at an Israeli University.
The article in AI-Majallah, a
Saudi Arabian newspaper, spoke
of the biographical dictionary of
Palestinian political figures
being compiled at the Harry S.
Truman Research Institute for
the Advancement of Peace at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.