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December 26, 1975 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

ADAM'S
RIB

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

544-1240

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

FOR PARTIES

POST

UNTRY INN
COUNTRY
• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

JERRY GLASSMAN,
Oldsmobile dealer, went to a
non-Jewish wedding at a
church recently and signed
the bride and groom guest
book . . . Imagine his sur-
prise and amazement when
the pen he picked up that
was being used by everyone,
had The Jewish News writ-
ten on it.
' A GREAT TEAM to-
gether are Audrey Pearl
and Hal Gordon . . . in
business and in life as man
and wife . . . But Hal will
have to keep his mind a little
more on his new life while
driving . . . Before getting
married, he used to live on
Telegraph in Birmingham
.. . Audrey also lives on
Telegraph where they both
now reside . . . Hal drove
home recently and kind of
forgot . . as he kept driv-
ing-and pulled up to his old
abode.
LIL BENKOFF, cashier
at Irving's Deli, doesn't like
cigar smoking . . . and so
will stick to cigarettes.
MARIAN HAKIM, new
shampoo technician at
Charter House Barbers on
Nine Mile, came from the
Meyer L. Prentis Manor
Jewish Home For the Aged
. . . where for two years she
was one of the favorite gals
around the elder lassies . . .
Many of them. wanted Mar-
ian to make them look nice,
"In case somebody comes to
visit me." . .. The memo-
ries of Marian at the Prentis
Home are enjoyable ones
. . . filled with much warm
emotion . . . "I enjoyed ev-
eryday I spent with these
wonderful people," said
Marian.•
SHERRE GLADSTONE
tells of the customer who
came into a friend's bridal
department of a local store
and stopped the usually
quick-witted consultant cold
. . . What she wanted was
"a maternity wedding
gown" . . . "Sorry," gasped
the consultant, "but I doubt
that you'll find a garment
like that in the entire state
of Michigan." .. . "Time
you people snapped up ar-
ound here," said the cus-
tomer. "They've got 'em in
Kentucky!"
AUDREY FISHMAN IS
at Old Grace Hospital . . .
and desperately needs blood
replacement . . . If you
can't get-to the Red Cross,
contribute it through De-
troit Lodge Bnai Brith, at
the Jan. 10 and 11 blood mo-
bile unit, 5 to 10 p.m., Pep-
per School, Oak Park.
THANKS TO . . . Joe
Taitelbaum, maintenance
maestro for Ben Etkin at
Lincoln Office Center Bldg.,
for fixing our office chair.
IT'S JAN. 4 or Jan. 5, de-
pending on which part of
the family you go along
with . . . but brother Mar-
vin says "who cares?" . . .
as he celebrates both . . .
Happy birthday, Mary . . .
What's the difference so
long as you're healthy.

I

,RrstRe

SID
CHARNESS
MOVED to Florida re-
cently with wife Jeanne, to
regain his health . . . In a
togetherness gesture,
daughter Arline and son-in-
law Irwin Niskar, sold their
home in Southfield and are
also living in Florida to be
with Sid and Jeanne while
he recovers.
LOIS AND SAM FIELD
were all set to make the Las
Vegas scene when their
plane was cancelled last
week . . . Instead, they had
to stay and see the big snow-
storm we had . . . rather
than the glittering lights
along the magic strip.
OVER 300 YOUNG-
STERS went to Joe Cor-
nell's ninth annual Old
Newsboys' Ball at Cong.
Bnai Moshe . . . dancing up
a storm with proceeds going
to the Goodfellows Fund
. . . That day was also the
ninth year Joe has been sell-
ing newspapers on the cor-
ner of Grand River and
Farmer downtown.
CLAM EATERS CAN
order their cherrystones
and contribute to research
for a clam-related cure for
cancer at the same time in
Chuck Muer restaurants (he
sells more than three tons of
clams a month) . . . "Sister
Arline Cherrystone Clams"
at six of his restaurants in
Michigan and Ohio have five
cents added to the price of
each clam . . . The extra
five cents is matched by
Chuck and passed along to
Dr. Arline Schmeer, direc-
tor of marine studies at the
American Medical Center at
Denver, Colo.. . . A Domin-
ican nun, Sister Arline's
14-year study has shown
that a substance called mer-
cenene, found in Littleneck,
cherrystone and quahog
clams, kills cancer cells in
tissue culture . . . Although
the substance has been ef-
fective in mice and tissue
cultures, it has not been
synthesized for use on hu-
man beings . . . This would
require five more years of
research, but funds for the
project are running short
. . . Sister Arline emphas-
izes that eating clams is not
recommended as a substi-
tute for recognized medical
treatment of cancer.
A LOOKSEE BACK
WHEN . . . Bruce Lyons,
now head honcho at the
Greenfield-8 branch, in line
at the Manufacturers Bank
on 8 Mile and Chapel, who
tried to cash a check . . .
Asked to endorse it, she
said, "My husband sent it to
me. He is away on busi-
ness." . . . The teller looked
at her with lowered eye-
brows as she replied, "Yes,
madam, but just endorse it.
Sign it on the back, please
and your husband will know
we paid it to you." . . . The
young lady took the pen
handed to her and pro-
ceeded to endorse it . . .
"Your loving wife, Edith."

liteeCte-.

• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-
45109 CASS • UTICA

731-4440
"In The Big Red House"

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Culsme

18211 JOHN R

let 6 & 7 Mile Rds

1369-5674

ELIOT'S
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29556 Orchard Lake Rd.
1/2 BIk. N. of 13 Mile Rd.
-
851-5444

LARCO'S

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

vi

No Open Sunday 12 Noon

TUESDA 1TE D
STAR-SP ANLE

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OUR GENUINE 0.79
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FOR ONLY 0.39

TOAST
HEARTHSTONE
WITH AKED POTATO • TOSSED
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SALAD & DRESSING

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OBURGERS
()CHICKEN

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TRAY
CATERING

$325

E. of Sheldon Rd.. Plymouth

Breakfast, Lunch

Dinner Also Served

OUR SOUPS ARE
ALL HOME MADE
ELIOT FULLER, Owner

New Year's Eve Reservations
Being Taken

"" WI, •

Two Ways to .041
The Good Life )

The Atrium . .. .
continental dining—
complete dinners
including the Chef's
special fondue.
Fine cuisine at less
than extravagant
prices. Open every
evening except
Sunday.
Monday-Friday
for lunch.

We're big on
Mitzvahs.
Bar and Bas.

We're also big on weddings,
reunions, engagement parties,
anniversaries, banquets and
receptions. For up to 860 of
you. For more information, call
David George, Director of
Catering, 559-6500.

25025 Telegraph Rd.
at 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

per person
6 MEATS, POT. SALAD,
COLE SLAW, 3 TYPES OF
PICKLES, BLACK & GREEN
OLIVES, BREAD, MUSTARD,
ETC.
We Use Vienna-Wilno
Procuts

December 26, 1975 21

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Featuring Old-Fashioned Favorites, Complete Breakfasts,
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PARTY TRAYS

NOW AVAILABLE FOR
THE HOLIDAYS

Meat or Dairy
Call Us NOW For Your Next Affair

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Or Bobbies... steps away

for cocktails,
entertainment
and informal
dining.
Matt Michaels
Trio with
Utsula Walker,'
Wednesday-Saturday.

30100 TELEGRAPH ROAD
( North 412 Mile)
642-3700

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19801 12 MILE RD.

CORNER EVERGREEN
IN THE EVERGREEN PLAZA

557-8899

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