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July 29, 1994 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-29

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11.65

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10.75

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BREADED VEAL CUTLETS (Real Veal!)

10.45
10.45

5.30
5.50
5.30
5.30

10.45
10.45

5.30
5.30

8.25
8.50

4.45
4.50
8.60

12 OZ FRESH BROILED WHITE RSH

CHOPPED SIRLOIN
LARGE GREEK SALAD WITH CHICKEN STRIPS

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16.50

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Breakfast Of Champions
For Lana Pollack

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

Bode Shwedel, Lorraine Schubiner, Lana Pollack, Esther Frank and Ilene Chait at
the Breakfast of Champions.

I

he Skyline Club was the VICTORY PARTY
locale for Lana Pollack's
Attorney Arthur Liss was the
"Breakfast of Champions."
Ilene Chait, Done guest of honor at a party gi ren
Shwedel, Esther Frank and by Lombardo Enterprises at the
Lorraine Schubiner hosted the Townsend Hotel. Anthony
occasion last week for Lana Lombardo, president of Lom-
Pollack, who is running for U.S. bardo Enterprises, expressed his
Senate in the Aug. 2 primary. gratitude to Mr. Liss for winning
More than 20 patrons attended a recent court case for his com-
pany. Lombardo Enterprises also
the informal event.
"She's one of the women I
want to be when I grow up,"
said Ms. Chait, who intro-
duced Ms. Pollack. "With
Lana, her instincts are right.
I can count on Lana to
examine the issues and
approach them in the right
way."
Ms. Pollack told the group
that government in a free
society is a powerful vehicle
to improve the lives of Amer-
icans. She says she listens to
many points of view but is
very independent. Some of Arthur Liss and Norman Pappas
her priority issues include job
security, personal security,
presented Mr. Liss and his entire
pay equity and early-childhood office with a trip to Florida Some
education. 'There are things that of the celebrants at the victory
can and will be done with the party included: Beverly Liss,
right leadership," she said.
Norman Pappas, Leonard
Many of Ms. Pollack's sup- Canvasser, Barry Howard,
porters are women. Some of the Barbara and Martin Rom
champions at this breakfast and Mickey Shapiro.
included: Leslie Golding, Judy
Bloom, Joan Provizer, Fran- BIRTHDAY BENEFIT
cine Kaplan, Leslie Stein,
CATCH (Caring Athletes
Lisa Pernick and Linda Team for Children's and Henry
Serman.
Ford Hospitals) will benefit when
One fund-raising project in- Jack Milen, the founder of Jax
cludes the purchase of limited Kar Wash, has his 80th birthday.
editions of art by artists Ann
On Aug. 2, Jax patrons will
Mikolwski, Bill Weege and receive a free full-service car
Ruth Weisberg, which are only wash in exchange for a $2 dona-
available through the Pollack tion to CATCH. "We wanted to
campaign. Artist Ruth Weis- do something special to celebrate
berg's print Threshold shows a our father's 80th birthday, along
woman at an open door. Many with 40 years in business," said
of Ms. Weisberg's works deal Bruce Milen, president of Jax
with Judaic themes.
Kar Wash.

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