THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
46 Friday, August 30, 1985
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ROAST FRESH BEY Muhl
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REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.
or Greek), POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD AND STICKS
BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER
1/2 BAR-B-U Ding
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BREADED VEAL CURET
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One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges
available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday tall day)
- and Saturday from 42 to 5 p.m.
• Bat Mitzvah
• Sweet 16
• Bar Mitzvah
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PAT ARCHER: 3584355
28875 Franklin Rd. at NorthWestern & 12 Mile
ALL CLASS AS USUAL .. .
latest get-together by Michigan
Cancer Foundation . . . This time
occasion for people to greet each
other and support progress in
cancer research and services was
fashion show in form of a
Foundation preview party.
Turned out to be an outdoor
event because of Birmingham
regulations of some sort . . . and
the •weatherman cooperated
wholeheartedly . . . Cancer Foun-
dation thanks went to Page and
Weldon Yeager, who opened their
Birmingham home for the party
. . . with Italian buffet, wine, des-
serts by Sylvia Lee, music . . . and
the Benetton fashion show.
Amateur models included
"show stealer" young folks
Elizabeth Dubin, daughter of
Jean and Howard Dubin . . . and
Michael, Justin -and Eric, sons of
Sherry and Tony Brown . . . Other
amateur models did a good job
showing off new rage Benetton
Italian fashions sweeping the
Barry Solomon being asked,
"What name are you using to-
night?" by gal making name tags
. . . Barry chose Raymond Floyd to
see how many golfers were there
. . . nobody challenged him .. .
Celeb photog Linda Solomon's
hair growing longer already.
Her mom and dad, Mona and
Dan Rappaport, a fine-looking
couple ... Jimmy Launce smok-
ing a smart-design pipe . . . and
wife Brigette absolutely stunning
in her red dress.
Touch Of Class Valet did its
usual fine private party service
. .. It's owned by Daniel Sobel and
Robert Spector . . . with very po-
lite assistance of
Mickey Zuroff and Jerome Zuroff.
BIG DETROIT REUNION
party is being planned by former
Detroiter Al Katz in Los Angeles
. . . who heads committee . . . Gala
shindig is being limited to 1,000
for Detroit residents now making
their home in California . . . It'll
be a dinner-dance, Oct. 12, 7 p.m.
with 8 p.m. dinner . . . at
Sportsmans Lodge on Ventura
Blvd., Studio City ... Make $30
per person checks payable to De-
troit Reunion, 301 No. Fairfax,
Los Angeles, Ca. 90036 . . . For
more 'details, call Al Katz at 213-
655-1600 days or 213-464-6697
ONG.RATS . . . to Diane Si-
mons . . . on her birthday . . . Ad
exec hubby Steve Simons took her
Dante Vanelli's Gus' Steak House
for dinner . . . "and we both had
RECENT FASHION SHOW
at Crash Landing II in Clinton
Township, "Autumn Ex-
pressions," was for Children's
Hospital . . . Among the models
were Dr. Sheldon Brenner and son
"Art & Design For Living" art
exhibit and sale for Children's
Hospital of Michigan is Sept. 21, 6
to 9 p.m. . . . with six galleries
showing works at Aldingbrooke
in West Bloomfield . . . tickets $50
. It'll also be open to public next
day, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., for
suggested $3 contribution.
to Dental doc Jack and wife Be-
verly Singer . . . on their 36th an-
niversary ... Also to Jack on his
by City Of Hope, Greater Detroit
Chapter's main fund-raising af-
fair of each year, is Sept. 28 at
Hyatt Regency Dearborn . . . For
ticket info call City of Hope office,
SUZIE WALTERS . . . 352-
1317 . . . or Alan Stotsky, 332-
4049 . . . are the folks to call for
that "Millionaire's Soiree" at
Roostertail, Sept. 6 . . . Cocktails
6:30, dinner and dancing 7:30 .. .
with $50 per person proceeds to
fight Multiple Sclerosis . 9 p.m.
admission is $10 per person, -$12
at door . . . Black tie optional .. .
Bobby Singer giving blackjack
OUR. TIME SEGMENTS on
the phones this Sunday night for
20th annual Jerry Lewis Labor
Day Telethon . . . are 8:30 p.m.
and 1th15 p.m. . . . It's on Ch. 2 as
usual, hosted by J.P. McCarthy of
WJR, and George Sells, Ch. 2 .. .
Telethon runs nonstop from 8:30
p.m. Sunday to 6:30 p.m. Monday.
VERY CLEVER . . . and in-
genious . . . those most unusual
giftchaskets by Donna Apple's
Autographs Inc. in Farmington
Hills . . . No fruits or nuts or jellies
. . . the wicker baskets with hand-
les and clear plastic wrap contain
goodies like personalized and
monogrammed gifts, persomilized
social and business stationery,
plus oodles of interesting indi-
vidualistic named accessories .. .
Even the ribbons around every-
thing are personalized!
RALPH ORME, Jewish. News
production department gent, is
also good in the kitchen . . . Wife
Mary Jean makes that delicious
zucchini bread at their home, but
didn't have time recently . . . so
Ralph took over . . . making
enough also for JN staffers to gob-
ble up . . . "Just followed the re-
cipe book," says Ralph'of the moist
and tasty delicacy.
LOOKING BACH on columns
of Yesteryears . . .
Sept. 17, 1965 . . . "On a recent
motor home vacation, Sid and
Reve Garber came upon several
cars lined alongside the highway
. .. Seeing_ a state patrolman
standing beside the first car, he
took his place in line for what Sid
thought was a routine license
check . . . After a long wait, the
patrolman reached his auto and
gave him a ticket . . . Sid almost
blew his stack when discovering
he had joined up with several
drivers who had been caught in a
radar speed trap."
The Southfield Public Library,
children's division, will hold story
times for pre-schoolers age 3 to 5
beginning Sept. 17 in the chil-
dren's activity room. Story times
will be held on Tuesdays at 1:30
p.m. and on Thursdays at 9:45
To register for the free program,
call the library, 354-5342 or 354-
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