THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 8, 1985
AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
WOULD BE NICE if former
women's tennis champ Billy Jean
King could give Randy Sher and
Florine Mark-Ross some lessons
while here, March 15-16 . . .
Randy and Florine "have it out"
every Saturday at Franklin Rac-
quet Club . . . and King comes
here as one of the keynote speak-
ers of 4th Annual Strategies Con-
ference for Women founded by
Randy . . . Others will be Phyllis
George Brown and Richard Sim-
mons . . . at Cobo Hall, 9 to 5 ..
Note to Florine . . . put a tail on
Randy that she didn't pick Billy
Jean King to come here and also
give her some side coaching.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Bernice Robinson and sister-in-
law Sybil Robinson . . . recuperat-
ing from auto accident in Harbor
Springs . . . Charlie and brother
Irving, who was driving, were un-
OSCAR'S IS BACK . . . at
least for one night . . . in its old
locale . . . now Standard Club
North, Northwestern Hwy .. .
That's where "Oscar's Reunion"
will be, April 19, with proceeds to
Multiple Sclerosis Society . . . $50
per person covers cocktails (6:30),
dinner and dancing, and af-
terglow . . . Music will be by radio
d.j. much like Oscar's used to
carry on . . . Tables of six or 10 also
get a magnum of Asti Spumanti
. . . Price just for afterglow is $10
. . . For more info, call Lisa
SORRY . . . to Ellen Wolfe .. .
who couldn't have a birthday
party again this year . . . because
leap year baby was born on Feb.
29 . . . which comes out only every
four times around . . . Congrats,
anyway, Ellen . . . you po' lil' girl.
MAIL DEPT.. . . "Your article
on column item of April 16, 1948
about third annual Beauty-
Personality Contest brought back
wonderful memories. It's hard to
belive that on March 22, Jonas
and I will celebrate our 35th an-
niversary. We live in Florida and
Jonas has been retired since 1981.
Love our lives here!"
(Harriet Lunenfeld, one of the
ALSO A LEAP YEAR gal,
born Feb. 29, is Rose Goldman .. .
but she goes by the yearly calen-
dar . . . and congrats on her birth-
day number 87.
BUS WILL LEAVE from
Towne Center Theater on Green-
field 9:30 a.m. April 19, enroute to
see Precious Legacy exhibit at De-
troit Institute of Arts . . . and re-
2 turn for lunch at Mountain Jack's
across from the Towne . . . It's
being sponsored by Centennial
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
. . . with cost of $18 per person also
including docent (guide) tour .. .
Bus has limited seating . . . Call
Harriet Berlin, 557-7736.
CONGRATS . . . to Steven
"Mush" Wolfe . . . on his 23rd
QUESTION DEPT. . . . Won-
der if Detroit Bagel can top the
40,000 green holed rounders it
sold last year before St. Patrick's
Day? . . . Tis a hefty amount fer
shore, lads 'n lassies . . . but own-
ers Richard Steinik and Jerry
Neff say 'twill be done bigorre.
NOW COMES A non-smoking
bridge club . . . being opened by
Eve Berke . . . The Arch Bridge
Club starts 7:30 p.m. April 1 at
Tel-12 Mall . . . and continues
every Monday night after . . . It's
affiliated with American Con-
tract Bridge League so master
points are awarded at all sessions
. . . No offense intended, says Eve
. . . smokers will step out into the
hall and have their cigarettes .. .
If you need any more info on the
new club, call her at 355-1763.
SHMUEL GRAYBAR, also
known as "Shmulik," is the young
gent who keeps his subjects
entertained while drawing them
. . . He wields his pencil and mar-
kers Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 12:30 to 4 p.m., at the new
La Mirage Shopping Mall on
Northwestern . . . Shmuel's cari-
catures are much fun, especially
for children . . . and since he can
work from good photographs, they
make novel gifts.
ONLY ONE IN CITY so far . . .
that new-fangled electric hand
machine . . . giving complete
manicures at Tamara's Institute
de Beaute on Northwestern Hwy
. . . All kinds of attachments that
do everything except put on the
polish . . . Sure makes things
mighty easy for manicurist .. .
and does fast, efficient job.
OVERHEAD . . . Wife to hus-
band . . . "I really don't want an
awful lot of money. I just wish we
could afford to live the way we are
NOTE TO FORMER De-
troiters . . . in Arizona .. . March
30 is Detroit reunion at Phoenix
Jockey Club . . . Call Big Lou
LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryears .. .
Sept. 10, 1965 . . . "It was Ellen
Mazel's first baby-sitting job .. .
Everything went fine except for
one slight oversight, as she ex-
plained later to her mother, Ruth
. . . Said Ellen, 'The lady showed
me where the TV was, where to
find the pop and the potato chips
and even the candy . . . But it
wasn't until I heard someone cry-
ing that I realized she'd forgotten
to tell me where to find the baby."
Dining and Cocktails
For Dinner Reservations: 353-2757
Open 6 Days a week: Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30-11 p.m.
Detroit Over 50 Years
801 W. Lapeer (M-24) 6 Miles
MONDAY DINNER SPECIALS
BROILED CALVES LIVER
N. of l.75, Exit 81 • Lake Orion
Available For All
Up To 8.0 People
Your Host: Dante Yannelli
PETITE FROG LEGS
BRAISED YANKEE POT ROAST OF BEEF
With Buttered Noodles
Dinner Includes: Soup or Tossed Salad, Potato,
Fresh Vegetable & French Bread
25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile
The Woods Players will present
"Desk Set" March 15, 16, 22 and
23, 8 p.m. at the Burton Elemen-
tary School in Huntington Woods.
For ticket information, call the
Woods Players, 543-2525.
Complete Greek and American Cuisine
Lunch and Dinner
Now Appearing Wed. thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FOR ALL AFFAIRS
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Hot & Cold • All-You-Can-Eat
OUTSIDE CATERING AVAILABLE
FOR ANY OCCASION
One of Metropolitan Detroit's - Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges
available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m. •
• Bar Mitzvah
• Bat Mitzvah
• Sweet 16
Includes Coffee, Tea or Bev.
Appears With DSO
`Desk Set' In March
With White Clam Sauce Florentine
Bob Keeshan, also known as
Captain Kangaroo, the host of one
of television's longest running
children's shows, will appear with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
for the final programs of the De-
troit Symphony's Young People's
Concerts at Ford Auditorium,
Saturday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
For ticket information, call the
Ford Auditorium box office, 567-
With Sauteed Onions & Apples
We Specialize In
FRESH FISH, VEAL, STEAKS
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PAT ARCHER: 358-3355
28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile