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April 27, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 21, 1919

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

SHE COLLECTS OLD
broken finger nails — any
size or shape . . . and wraps
nails on the hands of gals in
coffee filter paper . . . But
Sandra Myers, daughter of
Nancy and Martin Myers is
one of the most highly-
versed people around in nail
wrapping and -nail trans-
plants . . . So much, in fact,
that she herself is available
only on Wednesdays and
Thursdays.
However, Thesdays and
Wednesdays are devoted to
a course Sandy has for man-
icurists to learn all there is
to know about these proc-
esses . . . and they gain val-
uable, practical experience
by working on people the
two days that she is at work
on her own customers and
supervising the students.
It's called the Sandra
Myers Nail Clinic at North
Park Towers' concourse and
Sandy is becoming known
as a highly proficient and
most integral nail doctor.
If you have any
broken-off pieces of nail,
don't throw them away
. they can be used to
make some gal mighty
thrilled as she lifts her
glass of wine with nails of
loveliness.
The nail wrapping proc-
ess is also a very special art
. . . Many profess to know
how it's done, but few do it
properly . . . Sandy is highly
skilled in her art . . . and in-
deed it is an art . . . She uses
paper from coffee filters be-
cause of their strength .. .
and other very ingenious
techniques that put her
much above others . . . San-
dy's mind is always working
. . . ideas are like the con-
stant tickings of a clock .. .
Wouldn't be surprised to see
a chain of Sandra Myers
Nail Clinics in the near fu-
ture . . . Her nail tech-
niques program is among
the very best.
By the way, having her
gals, all professional,
licensed manicurists,
beautify nails of lassies
with a wrap or set of tips is
half the price as that
charged by Sandy, whose
clientele includes celeb-
rities and people who come
in to see her from out-of-
town.
But for Sandra, the
biggest thrill of her
lifetime has nothing to do
with nails ... She always
dreamed of owning a tri-
ple white Eldorado Cadil-
lac . . . One day, Sandy
saw one, put her card on
it with the note, "If you
ever want to sell this,
please call me." ... Two
months later, she got the
call . . . and is now the
happy owner of a 1975
car of her dreams.
Think she'll stop here? .. .
Not this girl . . . Sandy's got
a lot more dreams to fulfill
. . . and probably will.
NATE GOLDEN SAID,
"Now you look like a human

Sophie Fordon
Exhibits Works

Regatta Slated
by Yacht Club

being" to Mike Kelly at
Honeywell Barbers, who
had shaved off all the
foliage on his face . . . But
Mike's wife thinks other-
wise . . . They've been
married 14 years and the
last 13 had him hidden be-
hind a mustache and beard
. . . "Now you look like the
man I married," she
exclaimed after seeing him. -
GET WELL WISHES
... to Rose Markovitz .. .
home recovering from her
successful open heart
surgery.
IF THERE IS any more
evidence needed that
Knights of Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55 is still very much
alive, one of the largest
crowds ever to attend was at
its 23rd annual "Third
Seder" . . . almost 100
people . . . really something
to behold . . . For chairman
Alex Rubin and his commit-
tee it was an extremely
gratifying experience .. .
Even wife Faye Rubin
pitched in to help . . . and
after all, what more experi-
ence is :seeded than her put-
ting on Seders two nights
for 45 people . . . Sam Got-
tesman made kidush for
the wine . . . barrister Mil-
ton Hubert gave the mean-
ing of Passover . . . and six-
year-old Jennifer Scherr,
there with grandparents
Ida and Herb Scherr, asked
the Four Questions.
To Alex Rubin goes a
world of credit for a job very
well done . . . His commit-
teemen were Max Seffinger,
Ben Perlove and Nat Fields.
The elder statesmen
members of this honored
organization can be very
proud of its members of to-
day.
SO MANY FOLKS re-
member Dr. Bernard
Birnbaum as the pediatri-
cian who brought their chil-
dren and their children's
children in to the world .. .
Dr. Birnbaum is 83 years
old now and sort of forgotten
. . . at the Alexander Home
on Fourth St. in Royal Oak
. . . Wouldn't it be nice if a
lot of those kids wrote to
him?
ITS OWN VERSION of
the television favorite,
"Saturday Night Live" is
slated by Glennwood Chap-
ter, ORT, May 12, 8 p.m.. .
Wayne Brinston from the
Comedy Castle and the
singing group, Oakwood,
will be featured . . . plus
disco lessons by Suzanna
Ron . . . For ticket info, call
chairperson Harriet Hes-
senthaler, 557-1463 . . . or
after 6, Gloria Bell, 968-
1007 . . . Sharon Corlin is
president of Glennwood.
On
SEEING SIGNS .
a used car lot . . . "Be a weal-
thy pedestrian. Sell us your
car."

,

Life is a great adventure,
and the worst of all fears is
the fear of living.
— Theodore Roosevelt

Great Lakes Yacht Club
will host an early bird re-
gatta May 19. This is the
first official race of the De-
troit River Yachting Asso-
ciation season.
A party and race awards
will follow that evening
after the race at the yacht
club:
Persons interested in
boating, sailing and racing
activities should contact
Eve Kommel, 542-3717.

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Italian-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

869-5674

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Performances:
Friday &
Saturday

produced by
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• ITALIAN DISHES

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• • • • • ••••





• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS •
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MON.-SAT. • •

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Artist Sophie Fordon will
present her 15th one-
woman exhibition May 6-20
at the Scarab Club. A recep-
tion to mark the opening of
the exhibit will be held 2
p.m. May 6 at the Scarab
Club.




RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

25234 GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile.
961-3922 •
I GREENFIELD CENTER

Bet. 6 Si 7 Mile Rds.

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners



STEPHENSON
CLUB
24931 N. CHRYSLER DR. (1-75 at 10 Mile)

Hazel Park .PRIVATE

• Bar Mi-tzvas'

• Bat Mitzvas.

• Banquets

• Weddings
• Showers
Reunions

.

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• Anniversaries
• Parties For All
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• ENTERTAINMENT •
• MON. THRU SAT. •
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FOR 25 TO 300

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At 12 Mile, Just

851 - 4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

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2 Blks. W. of Telegraph

537-5570

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SPECIAL

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YESTERYEARS

PRICES FROM
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MON. THRU THURS.

Entertainment
Banquet Facilities

Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
Sun. 3 p.m.-10 p.m.

Large Lighted Parking

, PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS (Including Catch Of The
• DINNERS
Day & Super Salads)

CATERING FOR
ANY OCCASION
HOME, CLUB
OR OFFICE

TOM
ALTENBURG

AT THE PIANO BAR
TUES. THRU SAT.

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Sweet Sixteens
Disco Parties
All Occasions

• Bar Mitzvas • Bat Mitzvas • Sweet 16's
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Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Receptions
Plus A 160-Room Hotel For Your Guests

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COR. LINCOLN
968-4060

7 DAYS

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8-4 Sun.

BREAKFAST SERVED
ANY TIME

Featuring

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• Greek Salad
• Our Famous Hamburgers
• Baklava • Coney Islands
.Excellent Tuna Sandwiches • Etc

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