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November 26, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-26

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26 Friday, November 26, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LARCO'S

Danny Raskin's

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

LISTENING

POST

PROOF THAT YOU
don't need a big-name
star was Sarah Rubine's
great success at the re-
cent Detroit
Businessmen's Group,
City of Hope annual
'dinner-dance . . . The in-
ternational songstress
recommended by Nat Re-
chter, turned out to be
one of the best things to
happen at these affairs.
As Sam Geller put it,
"She sure is worth the
money!" . . . Sarah
wasn't just very good . .
she was excellent . . . and
had an audience of over
400 calling for encore
after encore with stand-
ing ovations.
Many were the regular
attendees already used to
mediocrity performances
from established stars
. . . But Sarah Rubine
was electrifying and the
glue people had on their
back seats sure didn't rub
off on their much-
applauding hands.
The Detroit Busi-
nessmen's Group, City
of Hope dinner-dance
brought us another
"first" . . . vegetable
soup instead of mus-
hroom barley at the
Raleigh House . . . Dave
King celebrated his 80th
birthday . . . Harvey
Sosin denied reports that
he doesn't own a tuxedo
. . . "However," said
Harvey, "I wear size 42
and prefer blue." . . . Was
supposed to be a black tie
only affair, but corduroy
suits, and even a sports
jacket stood out rather
glumly in the crowd of
formal elegance.
ASKED WHY SHE
doesn't give up smoking,
Lisa Allen explains, "Oh,
I would, but I'm afraid to.
The last time I quit they
bombed Pearl Harbor."
IT'S A REAL GOOD
thing being done by
Franklin Medical Phar-
macy on 12 Mile, just east
of Northwestern . . . The
gents there don't just fill
a prescription and hand it
to your blindly . . . they
actually keep a personal
history card for every pa-
tient, as they call their
customers.
This personal attention
is extremely important,
with folks asked allergy
history (both food and/or
drug, pollen, etc.) to put
on the individual and
family cards . . . Also
dosage and precaution
consultation with each
prescription . . . what to
expect from various
drugs regarding reac-
tions not to become
alarmed at . . . Step
number one with this fine
bit of devotion is looking
for the family or patient's
history before filling the
prescription.
Franklin
Medical
Pharmacy, with its con-
valescent surgical needs
and equipment, for sale or
rental, also, is a pleasur-
able addition to the area
. . . Your pharmacist
must be selected with as

4a.
much care as a doctor . . .
This pharmaceutical spot
does a very valuable pub-
lic service for its patients.
MARK WEISZ of An-
chor Printing, quipped
after receiving an unex-
pected dividend from a
stock he thought was
worthless . . . "It was
like getting money in the
mail from a son at col-
lege."
ONE EVENING last
week, Elsie and Jack
Robbins called in a
neighborhood teenager
to baby sit with their two
sons for the first time . . .
When they came home,
Elsie asked the sitter,
"How are the boys?" . . .
"They never phoned,"
said the sitter somewhat
sadly.
ABOUT THE situation
on Greenfield north of 10
Mile Rd., where the traf-
fic lights don't afford
much safety for crossing
elderly pedestrians . . .
plus no sidewalks on the
west side of Greenfield by
the light at Northgate
Blvd. and the area north
of 10 Mile ... we have not
let this matter drop . . .
State Rep. Joe Forbes in
whose area this is, as-
sures us that something
will be done . . . He needs
letters of complaint . . .
Write to: State Represen-
tative Joe Forbes, State
Capitol, Lansing, Michi-
gan 48901.
LAST TIME WE ever
won anything was way
back when Mom flipped a
coin to see who'd get the
cod liver oil, brother Mary
or us .. So you can im-
agine th
e surprise when
phone call came with info
about our being the grand
prize winner out of a hat
at the recent
Dysautonomia Mil-
lionaire's Party . . .
Judge Steve Andrews
reached in and handed
Eddie Gold our ducat . . .
for a four-day vacation to
the MGM Grand in Las
Vegas, including plane
round-tripper for two.
We'd sure like to pull
the arm on a biggie slot
machine winner for
Dysautonomia . . . Or
maybe one of the
blackjack dealers will let
us win for a change . . .
knowing the dough will go
to charity . . . In any
event, to this day, brother
Mary still 'thinks we slip-
ped Mom a two-headed
Lincoln head (couldn't
have been any more in
those days . . . Wish we
had that coin with us in
Las Vegas .
Dysautonomia would be a
big winner . . . and it
sure wouldn't be cod liver
oil!

Concert Slated

The Detroit Institute of
Arts Founders Society
will present Shirley Ver-
rett in concert 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the insti-
tute's auditorium. For re-
served tickets, call the
Founders Society, 832-
2730.

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