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June 07, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1985

LOCAL NEWS

Standard Club Is Closed

Staff Report


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charged with misusing funds
given to him by the investors to
purchase the building. He has
temporarily been removed as a
general partner.
SCN Associates has since can-
celed the club's lease for non-
payment of rent, and this week
an offer to purchase the building
was made by realtors Eric Yale
Lutz and Steve Morris, who plan
to convert the club into a res-
taurant and office complex.
"The majority of the members
will be sorry to see it closed,"
the club official said. He added
that the food service provided by
the club was "excellent" because
of the talents of club manager
Bud Sherbow. Sherbow told The
Jewish News that the one re-
maining catering commitment
for June will be honored.
What kind of financial situa-
tion will result from the club's
closing? The source said all bills
will be paid. He added that Mil-
ler has repaid "a substantial
sum" and that he has promised
to repay the balance.

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The Standard Club North is
no more.
The
financially-troubled
businessmen's organization
closed its doors this week, and
an offer to purchase the South-
field building was expected to be
finalized today.
According to a club official
who asked not to be identified,
the club closed for lack of mem-
bership. The source said at the
time of the closing of the club
there were 165 members, but a
minimum of 225 was needed "to
cover fixed costs." The regular
initiation fee before the club
closed was $1,000 plus a
monthly fee of $100.
The building was originally
purchased by a group called
SCN Associates, comprised of
investors in the club, to reduce
the rental fees in order to help
the club survive, the source
said.
The head of the investors
group, attorney Jonathan Mil-
ler, a member of the Standard
Club North, has since been

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