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September 11, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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46 Friday, September 11, 151

THE DETROIT !WEN NEWS

SHOPPING WELCOME TO

MAlKETS

THE BEST!

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119E Olden

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lihnot, 60521

Phone (3121 325-0660

April 22, 1981

::r. Robert Koder
The Babcock Dairy Company
945 Berdan Avenue •
Toledo, Ohio 43612

Dear Mr. Koder:.

Entertainer Phyllis Newman
at_
-
-

Phyllis Newman, Broad-
way, television and night-
club entertainer, will be the
featured speaker at the
opening luncheon of
- Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, noon Sept. 22 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Miss Newman will speak
on "Choices" and present
selections from her Broad-
way show "Madwoman of
Central Park West."
Miss Newman's career
began at age 4, when she be-
came a protege of singer
Belle Baker. For the next
seven years she - performed
the circuit from Atlantic
City to the Catskills, retir-
ing at age 11.
While studying drama at
Columbia University, she

rekindled her interest in

THE BABCOCK DAIRY COMPANY! The 1981 QUALITY CHEKD
MERIT AWARD WINNER FOR EXCELLENCE IN DAIRY FOODS
is THE BABCOCK DAIRY COMPANY. Congratulations to
you and each of the employees who were necessarily
instrumental in winning this Award.

The MERIT AWARD is earned by the processing and
packaging of milk and milk products that meet the
most stringent bacteriological test--not just equal
to normal health requirements, but many times better!
The Award is based on a year's tests and represents
a constant extra effort on everyone's part.

Winning this Award requires constant attention to
detail by everyone involved in making these fine
dairy products available to consumers. The dedi-
cation they have displayed is a tribute to them-
selves as well as to The Babcock Dairy Company.

Sincerely yours,

Harlie F. Zimmerman
Managing Director

Babcock
Homogenized Milk

Gallon 188
Plastic

Babcock 1 /2%

Lowfat Milk

59



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Open Sunday 9a.m.-6p.m.

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theater, auditioning for and
winning a role in the
Broadway musical "Wish
You Were Here." Liter she
understudied the late Judy
Holliday in "Bells Are Ring-
ing."
The book and lyrics for
this smash hit were writ-
ten by Adolph Green who
Miss Newman married in
1960.
In 1962 Miss Newman
won a Tony award for best
supporting actress in a mus-
ical for her role in "Subways

Are for Sleeping." Among
her other Broadway credits
are "The Prisoner of Second
Avenue" and a revival of

"On The Town."
Miss Newman has also
had numerous film and TV
roles. On television she has
appeared on Mery Griffin,
Mike Douglas and the To-
night Show.
Miss Newman's night-
club career, which began in
Houston, Tex., moved
quickly to New York. There,
in 1977, her cabaret act de-

came her Broadway show,
"Madwoman of Central.
Park West."
Co-chairmen of the pro-
gram are Carol Krugel and
Sharon Radom. In charge of
hospitality is Shelly Cooper.
Committee members are:



Olson Daily 9a.m.-9p.m.
Open Sunday 10a.m.-5p.m.

RIGHTS RESEW/EDT() LIMIT GUARTITIES•NOME SOLD TO DEALERS

The meeting is limited to
paid up members. There is a
charge for luncheon. For in-
formation and reservations,
call NCJW offices, 557-
9604.

• We Sell Diamonds.Only
• By Appointment Only

Call Jerry Turken at

The New York
Diamond Cutting
Company 8

The Diamond Cutters".

3000 Town Center,

Southfield. Michigan;

44.'

355-2300

See

buted - at Grand Finale. It
was from this act-that her
one woman musical show,
"My Mother Was a Fortune
Teller," evolved. Frcim this,

Babcock
Cottage Cheese

12-oz.
Cup

President of Greater Detroit Sec-
don is Sondra Nathan.

C

PHYLLIS NEWMAN

Our best wishes to you for another great year.

1

lunch-
Public Relations Vice
Shaevsky.
President is Hermine Silver.

-

Mant...wt Cu... Comm,. 19? ?

"THE LEADER" Today

Morris
Buick

IS THE GUY

The consumers in your entire marketing area will
benefit from this proof that The Babcock ourIlity
Chekd milk and dairy foods are the finest obtainable.

Gallon
Plastic

Gerry Pasternak, Sandy
Shepherd, Barbara Stone,
Fanya Green, Betty Silverfarb,
Judy Raining, Sandy Leshman,
Estelle Sperling, Marcia Edel-
man, Sharon Edelman, Beverly
Hutton, Sonia Macey, Mary
Schwartz, Hope Silverman,
Phyllis Welling, Plisse Winkel-
man, Rosyln Gitlin, Barbara
Grant, Jill Grundland and Lois

Amy Brown, Carol Bloom, Jan
Hauser, Elaine Kosbar, Sally
Mayer, Susan Miller, Fran Stern,
Sandy Cherrin, Cindy Daitch,

Seeks Judgeship

Alexander Betz, a Traffic
Court referee, has an-
nounced his candidacy for a
judgeship on the new 36th
District Court in Detroit.

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