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September 15, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-15

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26 Friday, September 15, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Forward Wins Smolar Prize
at CJF Parley in New York

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

AN EXAMPLE OF

where dollars go that are
given to the City of Hope is
its recent discovery of
changing bacteria into liv-
ing factories that produce
human insulin . . . an
achievement that could
greatly benefit many of the
world's 100 million diabe-
tics.
According to last week's
announcement, "Insulin, a
vital protein that enables
the body to use carbo-
hydrates for energy produc-
tion, normally is produced
in the pancreas. Diabetics
produce no insulin or pro-
duce insufficient amounts.
"The insulin that many
diabetics use daily is taken
from the pancreases of
slaughtered cattle and pigs,
and the supply is diminish-
ing each year.
In addition, about 10 to 20
percent of diabetics who use
insulin are allergic to ani-
mal insulin."
FOUR FLOORS devoted
solely to hair and nail care
for women and men is the
unisex operation creating a
lot of good vibes among folks
. . . It's called Reflections of
You on 10 Mile, just east of
Southfield . . . Besides the
hair styling topnotchers are
also separate experts for
transplants, fusions and
pieces.
ANOTHER GAS station
living up, to being a true
service station is Joe
Ruhlman's Shell on South-
field and 10 1/2 Mile . . .
Folks there pump gas, wash
windshields and ask if you
would like oil checked.

MAX AND LORRAINE
GREEN are still counting

the rooms in their two-
month-old Orchard Lake
home . . . They've gotten
up to five bedrooms, three
family rooms and five baths.

COUNCIL MAY BE

formed to help each other
and clear dates . . . by the
various City of Hope groups
in the local area . . . Was
tried years before according
to Charlie Hoptman, but
didn't succeed.
MAIL DEPT.. . . "After
reading your article in the
Jewish News of Sept. 1 re-
garding the Jack Benny
AZA Chapter affair given
by Jeff Waisermann, Rickey
Nessel, Larry Kasova and
Dan Green, my wife and I
decided to stop by and we
were thrilled to see what the
youngsters were doing . . .
They deserve a great hand
for raising over $1,600 for
the Muscular Dystrophy
Fund." — Nathan A. Pritz.
AL NETTLE and Roy
Calley, partners at Charter
House Barbers on W. Nine
Mile, are also blue-blooded
brothers, so to speak . . .
Al's middle name of Francis
is after Sir Francis Drake
. . . and Roy's actual full
name is Royal Highness
Calley.
David Benkoff was the
young gent under Doris' hot

towels when a girl was
humorously hired by a cus-
tomer to streak through the
shop . . . They say Dave
grabbed the hot towel from
his face faster than it takes
Al or Roy to cut a single
hair.

SARAH FISHKIND,

one of the original charter
members of the Mr. and
Mrs. Group, City of Hope,
was honored by her group
last evening with a surprise
dinner at the Furniture
Club . . . Since its incep-
tion 23 years ago, Sarah has
held office as president, sec-
retary and present trea-
surer . . . Seems she has
almost always been an offi-
cer . . . The members pre-
sented Sarah with a per-
sonal gift for her dedication
and service.

BAD ENOUGH LOS-
ING one good man, but

Bruce Lyons, supervisor
and vice president at the
Manufacturers National
Bank, Greenfield and Eight
Mile, suffers the loss of two
. . . First Tim Driggs,
assistant manager was sent
recently to Farmington . . .
Now Manager Ron Dicicco
has been transferred to
Grosse Pointe . . . Tim was
with Bruce 15 months and
Ron 18 months . . . Per-
haps Bruce is being used by
Manufacturers as a trainer
of would-be future head
men in the organization.

MAIL DEPT.. . . "Nice

guys at Breath of Spring
Flowers (Coolidge at Ten)
never say no to sending a
beautiful bouquet to a
community activity. Being
creative is owners Bruce
and Harold's claim to fame."

— Elaine Laskey
DON'T DO BUSINESS

with places that won't give
receipts . . . You have no
recourse without one . . .
and it could be a slightly
shady operation.
SIGNED SO FAR for the
City of Hope Businessmen's
black tie dinner-dance, Oct.
29, at Fairlane Manor, are
comedian Freddy Roman,
favorite of the stars when it
comes to warming up the
people, and traditional Hal
Gordon with his orchestra
. . . Talk is that a Hol-
lywood celebrity may also
appear . . . Elke Sommers
a possibility.

Instant Maxim

Instant Maxim tastes so
good that even a coffee
mayvin will enjoy its
fresh-perked coffee taste.
Maxim tastes so close to
fresh perked coffee, your
Rosh Hashana visitors
won't be able to tell the dif-
ference. You can take pride
in serving it to your holiday
guests, now and right
through the New Year.

Do not quarrel with a
powerful man, or you may
fall into his hands.
— Ben Sirach

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
special Smolar Award was
presented to the Jewish
Daily Forward in recogni-
tion of its 80 years of con-
tinuous service to the
American Jewish commu-
nity.
The award,. for excellence
in Jewish journalism, is
named after Boris Smolar,
editor-in-chief emeritus of
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.

forces in molding the
Jewish future, and the
CJF's function as the collec-
tive instrument of the fed-
erations.

Among the major items
the CJF discussed at
their meetings was plan-
ning the 1979 community
campaigns built around
the theme "Jewish Re-
newal — At Home and
Abroad." Discussions
have been held in many
communities during the
summer months on plans
for the general campaign
as well as for the special
"Project Renewal" pro-
gram of neighborhood
revitalization and re-
habilitation in Israel.

SEE US AT
OLD TIME DELI

quarrels.
— Nachman of Bratslav

COUNTRY
INN
• B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

• ITALIAN DISHES

—BEER & WINE-

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Buy 1 to 10 Medium
at the regular price

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at participating stores
listed In this week's
Detroit News and Free Press
T.V. Books. a

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Thiscoupon expires
(JN) Sept. 24, 1978

COUNTRY KITCHEN

15600 W. 10 MILE AT GREENFIELD

(In Orleans Mall)

557-7100
OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK

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111111 11111

MON.-SAT., 1 a.m. to 8 p.m.
SUNDAYS, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

DAILY SPECIALS FOR

The meetings also took up
a progress report of the CJF
Review Committee, a two-
year study dealing with the
future of Jewish life in
North America, the greatly
enlarged role of community
federations as central

BREAKFAST, LUNCH 8,•DINNER

DINNER FEATURES
DELICIOUS DOVER SOLE
HOME-MADE FLANKEN
IN-THE-POT or
CHICKEN-IN-THE-POT

L'Shana Tova
Sprite Cookies

TRY OUR JEWISH-GREEK SALAD

ALL SOUPS MADE IN
OUR OWN KITCHEN

CHINA
GATE

Here's an easy-to-prepare
recipe you can whip up for
the New Year. Have these
delicious cookies on hand
when family and friends
drop in. If you want any left
for the children, better hide
them from the adults.
Philadelphia Brand
Cream Cheese is guaran-
teed fresh or your money
back from Kraft, and cer-
tified kosher. Philadelphia
Brand keeps your baked
goods fresh and it's good
spread on just about any-
thing. It also comes deli-
cately flavored with onion,
pimento or smoked salmon.

IS OPEN AT
Pine Lake Mall

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

BET. LONG LAKE
& LONE PINE

851-5540

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

1 cup margarine
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese
2 A cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
Dash of salt
Combine margarine, sof-
tened cream cheese and
sugar, mixing until well
blended. Blend in vanilla. Add
flour and salt; mix well. Chill.
Force dough through cookie
press onto ungreased cookie
sheet. Bake at 400°F., 8 to 10
minutes. Approximately 8 do-
zen.

SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

tarn

An exciting and powerful vocal group featuring
contemporary music through September
for your listening and dancing pleasure.
Monday through Thursday from 8:30 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m.

Midweek Features Wednesday (Screwdriver night)
and Thursday (Tequila night).

Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

For your dining
pleasure!

Sukkot Election
Angers Priest

TORONTO (JTA) — An
Anglican priest has with-
drawn as the Liberal
Party's candidate for Parli-
ament in a by-election in
the Eglinton Riding (dis-
trict) because the election
date, Oct. 16, falls on Suk-
kot.
Rev. Roland Decorneille,
executive director of the
League for Human Rights of
the Canadian Bnai Brith
District 22, said he could not
run in good conscience on a
date that would effectively
disfranchise some 30,000
Jewish voters.

The greater a man's wis-
dom the more will he avoid

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BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 10

Children's menu Available Sundays Only

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