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January 14, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Firms Show Products

TEL AVIV — Several variety of materials
Israeli Koor enterprises at the International En-
as well as 17 kibutz indus- gineering Exhibition in
tries represented by Koor Sydney, Australia.
Inter-Trade displayed a

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(Continued from Page 28)
In fact, he won his first
pleasant one ... Brother Emmy for his story,
Marvin and ourselves vis- "What Really Happened
ited the Briarwood- at Tonkin Gulf" ... He
Hilton Hotel dining room was also the first U.S.
... and enjoyed dinner network journalist to get
with Theo Heath- into Communist China in
erington, just that day 1967.
promoted from food and
This is Safer's seventh .
beverage day manager to season on "60 Minutes"
sales director and cater- . . • and Detroit Town
ing manager ... and Reg Hall boss gal Noreen
Boczko, night manager of Green couldn't have
food and beverage.
closed its 49th season
The visit was most con- with a better personality.
genial and highly reward-
REQUESTS HAVE
ing as we also_experi- been made for a light corn-
enced a delicious piece of ing out of Farmll's Shop-
scrod served by very at- ping Center" ... It is vir-
tentive and extremely po- tually impossible to make
lite waiter-in-training, a left turn about 5 p.m.
Tim O'Neil, a political sci- and absolutely no way to
ence junior at University cross the street in an auto
of Michigan ... Mary had unless you want to
Veal Oscar and readily . chance an accident or
sent his compliments to tie-up traffic . . . Know
the chef . . . Theo has been what the answer has been
at the Briarwood-Hilton to requests? ... "There
about a year-and-a-half __have been no serious ac-
since leaving Southfield cidents as yet to come to
. . She opened the Au our attention." ... As
Sable room at Shiawassee Fred Water-stone of
Hotel as its day manager Mama Zelda's says,
and made a multitude of "Perhaps when somebody
friends.
gets maimed - or killed,
VOICE YOU heard on
something will be done"
the Michigame song for ... Too bad.
Michigan Lottery was
PAMELA
JOYCE
that of Shelly Quayle writes ..-. "In my search
dubbed in over lass being for somewhere that offers
seen ... Shelley is fea- a little more than just a
tured songstress with the singles bar, I found the
New Medium group in the combination of the
Red Wing Lounge at Squire's Table and Crac-
Holiday Inn of Southfield kers Disco on S. Com-
on Telegraph . . . Mainly a merce in Walled Lake. I
for-listening aggrega- enjoyed the quiet, rustic
tion, New Medium runs atmosphere of dining at
the gamut from country Squire's Table while
western to rock, show waitress Candy Ingham
tunes, pops, standards, served the Beef
etc. Tuesdays through
(Continued on Page 30)
Saturdays.
MARLENE HILL and
The Loving Cup are at
The Perfect Blend on
Northwestern near
Evergreen.
IRWIN WEISS at Es-
quire Delicatessen in
Harvard Row on '11 Mile
and Lahser, will make
you a sandwish not on the
menu . . . tuna with slice
of tomato and grilled slice
of American cheese . . .
Not bad for a light snack,
but too heavy on the poc-
ket — $2.50 . . . Maybe
it's cheaper if gourmet
Irwin doesn't make it for
you.

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. .. continues their eight week engagement
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from 8:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from
9 p.m.

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some of the most impor-
tant and exciting "opin-
ion makers" in the coun-
try, Detroit Town Hall
ends its 49th season as
the oldest lecture series
in the country still at-
tracting and involving
people.
Hardly a finer way to
end another successful
season than to have
someone like Morley
Safer„ anchorman for
CBS's "60 Minutes" and
Emmy Award winner, as
speaker 11 a.m. Feb. 2, at
Fisher Theater's Detroit
Town Hall.
Safer is probably best
known today as one of the
three journalists of the
popular "60"Minutes" (the
others are Mike Wallace
and Dan Rather) ... But it
was his probing stories
challenging the myth of
the Vietnam War that
caught the attention of the
American people and the
Johnson Administration.

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