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October 28, 1988 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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LISTENING POST

Sybil Little Joins
The Walking Wounded

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

I

magine a holiday filled with all the prestige, sun and fun that
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We've put together a variety of daily activities that every one,
young and old, can enjoy. In addition, we've reduced the prices
on a variety of our spacious, finely-appointed suites by as much
as $65 a night just for this holiday package.
There's swimming in our five h.eatedpools and soaking in Arizona's
largest whirlpool spa. Tennis, golf and raccfuetball. Aerobics classes
and scenic morning jogs. Cocktail parties, holiday entertainment
and a whole lot more, including a complete children's program.
So wrap up your last minute holiday shopping with a simple
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he hadn't had an in-
jury since five years
old . . . But times have
changed for Sybil Little,
Oakland Press feature writer
and columnist . . . Last year
she broke a wrist after slipp-
ing on the ice . . . Now Sybil
walks with a cane . . . break-
ing a foot recently . . . at a
handicapped spot, no less.
to
CONGRATS . . .
Marilyn and Mel Kahldon,
former Detroiters living in-
Chandler, Ariz., on their 25th
anniverary . . . Also to
Marilyn on her birthday .. .
Surprise dinner party was
given by his mom, South-
fielder Bess Kahidon, at home
of ex-Detroiters Arlene and
Leonard Spinner in Tempe,
Ariz.
IF YOUR NAME is Rap-
paport, won't cost you
anything to see I'm Not Rap-
paport on Nov. 1, 8 p.m., at
Birmingham Theatre . . . The
Ibny Award-winning comedy
starring Jack Weston opened
Wednesday . . . Big or little,
young or old, all Rappaports
are invited . . . Call Shirl Har-
ris or Cindy, 644-1096, and
the free ducats are yours.
CONGRATS . . . to Ethel
and Sol Lakincl . . . on their
58th anniversary today.
NATIVE LOCALITE and
for many years court ad-
ministrator in Oak Park,
Myra Richardson, is back
after 12 years in California
. .. She had left these parts
after retirement.
LOUIS DENNISON has
come up with more cooking
winners at Ruby D's in Sugar
Tree on Orchard Lake Road,
north of Maple . . . Chili with
white breast of turkey meat
. . . and no cholesterol bran
muffins . . . plus low
cholesterol oatmeal muffins
. . . Also lasagna with eggless
pasta.
BLACK TIE is optional .. .
for tonight's grand opening
celebration from 6 p.m: . . . at
Elaine B's for fuller-sized gals
14 and up in all price ranges
. . . Store is in Sugar Tree, Or-
chard Lake Road north of
Maple, next to Orchard Mall.
It's also tomorrow all day
from 10 a.m. . . . wih trunk
showing and designer present
. . . Champagne, hors
d'oeuvres, etc.
HERE'S ANOTHER try
at it . . . with opening of a
teen night club . . . It's called
Shakers on Dixie Highway in
Waterford, open Friday and
Saturday, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. . . .

Hope this one makes it .. .
The young folks need some
place to go . . . lb° bad there
isn't a Social, Inc. like
yesteryears, with such suc-
cessful weekend fun.
WOULD BE NICE if many
writers told the good things
about sports figures instead of
always trying to dig up junk
. . . Jack Morris is an example
. . . Johnny Ginopolis asked
him for a Childrens Hospital
donation and Jack wrote out
a fat $100,000 check to the
unfortunate kids . . . Couple
of weeks ago, Johnny and
Jack met the father of
youngster in the hospital
with a brain tumor . . . No
time at all and they were in
Jack's
his room . . .
autographed picture and
baseball are now cherished
treasures of the child.
EIGHT LOCAL high
school students have been
given several thousand
pounds of yarn to distribute to
volunteer knitters and
crocheters . . . Purpose is to
make hats for Detroit's needy
. .. Volunteers are needed for
"Hats Off 'lb Detroit" . . . Call
David Schlesinger, 626-0764.
28-STORY 1000 Prudential
lbwn Center high-rise slated
for summer 1989 had about
500 guests viewing a "Topp-
ing Out" ceremony from 26th
floor of 2000 Building . . .
Fireworks signaled the com-
pleted raising of a steel beam
decked with American and
Michigan flags . . . pulled up
by a crane to the top of 1000
Town Center . . . Under con-
struction since 1987, it is one
of five high-rises in the
Prudential Town Center
complex.
29 NEW members have
been added to Michigan
Opera Theatre board of
trustees . . . with folks like
Ara Darakjian of Darakjian
Jewelers voted in for a three-
year term . . . Joyce Cohn
(Avern.' s wife), Dave
Hermelin, Mort Zieve and 29
others were re-elected.
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of yesteryears .. .
MAY 24, 1956 . . . "IRS
man Ernie Iczkovitz telling of
the Internal Revenue agent
talking to an agitated tax-
payer: 'Yes, sir, I'm afraid we
DO want to make a federal
case out of it' . . . Psychiatrist
Robert Drews informing a pa-
tient, 'You're quite right, a
man IS following you con-
stantly. He's trying to collect
the $200 you owe me' . . . and
Mrs. Paul Revere (overheard
by a neighbor), 'I don't care
WHO is coming. I'm using
the horse tonight!' "

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