Gordie Howe Hockeyland

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Gordie Howe Hockeyland - If? A ak Jam Howe BT MARK BELTAIRE RUMBLINGS in...
If? A ak Jam Howe BT MARK BELTAIRE RUMBLINGS in the police department department concern changes in the top echelon of the vice squad. . . . Activities on other than Red Wing ice occupy Oordie Howe these days. He and a group of associates have opened G o r d i e Howe Hockey-land, Hockey-land, Hockey-land, an indoor rink, at 18711 Sherwood . . . flying flying in the face of some bad experiences experiences suffered by others in similar similar ventures. . . . Sebe Shields, known to thousands of Detroiters as a Woodward restaurateur, ailing ailing in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Hospital, Ann Arbor. . . . Others than Frank Sinatra and Peggy Lee can produce a hit record. A sleeper in these parts is Al Sherman's "My Son, The Folk Singer," a 10,000 seller in two weeks. Some of the delicate dirges he parodies will never be heard again with the same respect. . . . Overheard: He never quite made it as a sick comic. The best he could do was a 24-hour 24-hour 24-hour virus. . . . Headline in Variety, "Acoustics K.O. Detroit Auto Show'a Revue," somewhat a bum rap. Sound in the Convention Convention Arena, a continuing but far from unconquerable problem, was distorted during the preview performance, performance, has been greatly improved improved since. The -Arena -Arena can be

Clipped from Detroit Free Press27 Oct 1962, SatPage 22

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)27 Oct 1962, SatPage 22
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