22 Friday, July 11, 1975
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
MAN, brilliant daughter of
Shirley and Iry Lachman,
graduated with cum laude
honors in the June class of
Wayne Law School . . . She
is one of only 150 around the
country (including Harvard,
Princeton, U of M, etc.) se-
lected to work with the Jus-
tice Department in Wash-
are not guilty of this be-
cause where possible they
check the car before giving
it to the customer . . .
which is something all
places should do.
SAMMY AND YETTA
Ginsburg left Detroit 25
years ago, now live in Los
Angeles . . . and "love to
come back for a visit" . . .
They were in town recently
ED HOLTZMAN still reminiscing about yester-
loves ice cream . . . and can year . . . Sammy had Cen-
pack away a pint at a time tral Florist on Dexter and
. . . but in easy pace . . . Humphrey, went to Las
not like the day years back Vegas, where he had the
when he was 17-years-old Strip Florist until 1955 . . .
and took on a $10 bet that He is now an industrial ca-
Ed couldn't eat a three terer on the West Coast.
scoop banana split in 30 sec-
HATS OFF TO . . . The
onds . . Ed tilted the dish
skyward and pushed every- Ladies of Oak Park (wives of
thing into his then 44 waist O.P. Masonic Lodge mem-
frame . . . Result was a bers) who quietly, in their
sore and frozen stomach own way for the past five
which took him almost a years, have done their part
month to thaw out . . Rea- for various charities . . .
son why Ed couldn't afford Each year they have various
to lose . . . he didn't have fund raisers with the pro-
the $10 to pay off otherwise! ceeds going to Moies Che-
tim, Israel Emergency,
IT'S BOB-LO Moonlight muscular dystrophy and
time again for the Mr. and needy individuals . . . Also,
Mrs. Group, City of Hope, in twice a year they supply
which everyone has so much and pay for the transporta-
fun . . . The sixth annual tion of approximately 250
cruise is set for 8 p.m. July mentally ill and indigent
23, with all proceeds of Jewish' patients from state
course going to City of Hope hospitals and inner city
. . Buddy Nathanson and nursing homes . . . The pro-
Fred Silber head up the ject is in conjunction with
chairmanship of this gala Rabbi Solomon Gruskin,
affair . . with Sammy who plans two parties a
Woolf at - the entertaining year for these people . . .
helm, giving his usual best. one Hanuka and the other a
. . . Tickets go fast for this Passover seder . . They
big doing . . . get yours by are held at the Jewish Cen-
ter or Labor Zionist Insti-
calling Buddy at 547-5935.
THE SKIN SHOP being
TOO BAD MANY OF
opened soon by Lallore
Stone and Esther Marks on the young manicurists of
12 Mile, will be a discount today for men don't take the
apparel stop . . . Leathers, time they should or pride in
suedes and ultra suedes will their work . . . Just buffing
make up The Skin Shop . . . nails, putting on polish and
a cute name that tells it all. cleaning the fingertips
doesn't make for a good
LOOKS MORE LIKE a manicure . . . Many seem
trophy room than a barber to still be in training . . .
shop . . . with 18 trophies rather than full-fledged
by the windows and six manicurists . . . They
medalions hanging on mir- shouldn't feel bad though
rors at the chairs . . . This . . .a lot of the "oldsters"
is the Honeywell Barber are negligent, also . . . We
Salon owned by Mike Kelley remember when a good
in the Honeywell Building manicurist examined each
on Nine Mile and Southfield finger before she was fin-
. . . Since 1971, it has cap- ished.
tured the 18 trophies for
HOW THEY MET DEPT
single stylist competition
.. . She was Edith Muskin,
and six medalions for team
honors . . . This year, Alex director of activities at the
Carvana and Guy Minnella Jewish Community Center
each won two trophies in on Woodward and Ben Wig-
the recently held Michigan der was a Detroit News
State Men's Hair Styling writer . . . Trudy Sarasohn
presentation . . . In Sep- had asked Edith to come
ternber, Alex will represent back to her house . . . and
Michigan in Chicago at the Josh Sarasohn invited Ben,
national show . . . last year a member of the JCC public
he came in sixth . . . In relations committee . . . It
1976, both Alex and Guy was instant love in bloom
will be Michigan's repre- . . . and this wonderful cou-
sentatives at the National ple have now been married
Men's Hair Styling competi- 29 years.
school . . and is a favorite
ISN'T IT SOMETHING story for parents Marian
that most car washes still and Oscar Tendler . . .
don't empty ash trays? . n .
10-year-old daughter Joy
Many Jax Kar Wash places was saying her prayers at
home . . . "Please, God,"
she asked. "make Detroit
the capitol of Michigan."
. . A hit shocked, Marian
asked what made her ask
that . . . Joy settled herself
in bed and replied, "Because
I made it that way on my
examination paper today
and I want it to be right."
LOOKING BACK on
Listening Post columns of
March 2, 1956 . .
"10-year-old Norman Bob-
roff is a chip off the old
block, bowling a 118 tripli-
cate at the Varsity Recrea-
tion in the Junior Pepsi-
Cola League . . . Father,
Mora- Bobroff, has a flashy
183 average in the Brandeis
Bnai Brith League."
The Greek grasped the
present moment, and was
the artist; the Jew ‘vor -
shipped the timeless spirit
and was the prophet.
—Isaac Mayer Wise
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