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December 10, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

By HY LEWIS
Guest Columnist

are working to put as
many stalwarts as they
can into one facility to
house all apparel reps
under the aegis of the
Mart Trade Ass'n., Inc.,
banner. The Southfield
building on 10 Mile Rd. al-
ready has such gentry as
Alan Coleman, Sherwood
Leitman, Bob Adler, Phil
Layne; Jerry Lewis,
Harold Freedman Dick
Sparr, Mike Freedlander
-and a host of others who
have created the most
beautiful sample rooms
for the viewing of Michi-
gan retailers.
THE NAME SASSOON
to hair stylists is like the
famous name, Antal
Dorati to musicians and
music lovers, and both
are fine artists in their
own right . . . and that
makes for a story. Lucy
Healy, boss-lady of the
Trend Setter salon in the
Evergreen and 12 Mile
shopping mall, made one
cashier lady at the Great
Scott Market very happy.
Lucy selected her as a
model for Mr. James, the
Sassoon VP and assistant
who was on a teaching
tour of the country. The
work-shop at Lucy's
salon included six other
owners who attended the
seminar. As receptionist
Ruth Schecter would say,
"Sassoon styling is one of
the best 'cut-ups' in the
hair styling business."
A MATTER OF seman-
tics. Seven-year-old Julie
Oram teaching her
3-year-old sister, Robyn,
right from wrong . . . like
it is right to play with
your toys but wrong to
play with mine without
permission. This had lit-
tle Robyn in a dilemma.
The other day when
mother Donna was put-
ting on Robyn's shoes,
she pointed and asked for
her right foot, when puz-
zled Robyn's eyes went to
her left foot and asked if
her left foot needed per-
mission.
HANDSOME Jerry
Bielfield, Detroit Ford
dealer, taking a vacation
as chairman of the
annual automobile show
at Cobo Hall, leaves a va-
cancy hard to follow.
Jerry gave the Motor City
auto show not only great
success but lots of class.
LANSING DATELINE:
Joe Forbes, Democratic
Floor Leader, who is offi-
cially the No. 4 man in the
hierarchy, picks up the
whip again by defeating
Taxation Committee
Chairman George
Montgomery of Detroit.
I'll never forgetJoe's quip
years ago, while playing
golf at Glen Oaks along
with brother Sol and Sam
Winer, "Golf is like taxes
- you drive hard to get to
the green and then wind
up in the hole."

LOVE STQRY ... For a
marriage to last 50 years
for two very attractive,
opular and personable
eople like Jack and
Mildred Katz, it had to
have the foundation of
love ... the kind that
could weather all the
years, and grow and blos-
som to finally culminate
in a golden happening.
The gala anniversary
celebration at the Town
and Country Club given
by their children Herb
and Ruth, Jerry and
Janice, with all of the
grandchildren, Steven,
Debra, Marcie, Michael
and Lori along with rela-
tives and good friends to
say ... many, many more
years of love and happi-
ness and looking forward
to your great-grand-
children.
ONE OF THE most
beautiful young ladies to
ever grace a podium as
president of her high
school class next June is
Pam Lewis, daughter of
proud parents Sol and
Elaine Lewis of Oak Park.
Pam won her high office
by vigorously campaign-
ing and didn't have to
promise to cut taxes or
remedy unemployment.
Oak Park High is not
chauvinistic at all and
may set a precedent for
Pam to become the first
Lady President of the
U.S.A.
AND
MARILYN
BARRY Charlip's son
David wants to be the
first Jewish super-star in
the world of hockey.
Every time he plays for
the Howie Glass Royal
Oak Pee-Wees, 11-year-
old David's rooters are
not only Mom and Dad
but sisters Karen and
Julie who are 7 and 6.
/-
TELEVISION'S con-
troversial Lou Gordon
doesn't mince words . . .
you either hate him or
love him. However one
about the one-time
1.1. feels
manufacturer's rep who
drummed for White Stag,
I'
Lou champions his
Jewish heritage con-
Om
stantly on the air waves.
While diplomacy and tact
I
in Lou may sometimes be
wanting, he makes you
i---
proud to be a Jew . . .
Yes, he tells it like it is.
SHADES OF the old
Graystone
Ballroom
lays. Buddy Nathanson
[Rik, of the Mr. and Mrs. Group
of the City of Hope who
spearheaded his group in
putting on that fabulous
dance fest back in Oc-
tober which netted over
$1,000 for the Cancer Re-
search Hospital in
Duarte, California, had so
many calls to repeat the
fun for the young-at-
heart middle-agers, that
they are doing it again
next March.
Grief kills the mightiest
JOE BATTLE, local rep
for Botany 500 along of the mighty.
with Al Stein and others
--The Talmud

60

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Friday, December 10, 1976 33

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SUNDAY DINING,

8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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40, cup of soup 30C
CREAM CHICKEN LEMON SOUP
$2.25
SHRIMP COCKTAIL
$3.95
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF w/au-jus, mashed potato
$2.95
CHOICE ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF w/au-jus, mashed potato
$2.85
ROAST LEG OF LAMB w/rice pilaf
ROAST LEG OF VEAL w/dressing, brown gravy, mashed potato .. . .....
- -$2.85
$2.85
BAKED SWISS STEAK & Onion Sauce, w/mashed potato
$2.50
ROAST TURKEY w/dressing, giblet gravy, mashed potato
$2.95
ROAST DUCKLING w/dressing, giblet gravy, mashed potato
$2.60
ROAST CHICKEN w/dressing, mashed potato, giblet gravy
$2.40
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS w/mashed potato, brown gravy
$2.40
BABY BEEF LIVER w/onions or bacon, french fries
$2.75
GRILLED HAMBURGER STEAK w/onion rings and french fries
$2.45
FRIED CHICKEN w/french fries
$4.25
BBQ RIBS w/french fries
$2.50
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BROILED AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER TAILS,
$6.95
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BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
$2.75
w/tartar sauce, mashed potato, salad
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$2.75
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$2.50
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$2.50
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