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March 07, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, March 7, 1986

A NEW CONCEPT
IN COMEDY CWBS

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

The Music & Madness of

Bob Posch

in the lower level of the

Red Cedars Restaurant

Still serving our full menu.

LAS VEGAS STYLE
LOUNGE SHOW
FRL & SAT.
2 SHOWS:
8PM & 11PM

For more information and
Show or Dinner Reservations.

PHONE 353-3798

N.W. corner Telegraph & 9 Mile Rds.

BOB POSCH
NOW APPEARING:
THROUGH
FEBRUARY 1
$5 COVER

IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!

WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAYLESS!

FAMILY RESTAURANT

22740 WOODWARD Just South.of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN , 7 DAYS • 544-7933
IYOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED. SALAD
IAT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!

bzt

FRESH BROILED WHITEFISH
FRESH BROILED PICKEREL
ROAST FRESH TURKEY tomcat
BABY BEEF LIVER WAII(IIIS If gatle
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF au jus
FROG LEGS Roadhouse style
VEAL PARMESAN

REG.
$4.50
$5.65
$4.55
$4.55

8-COURSE

$5.50
$6.65
$5.55
$5.55
$5.75 $6.75
$6.50 $7.50
$4.75 $5.75

REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OP SALAD (Reg.
or Greek). POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

REG.

8-COURSE

BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER $5.25 $6.25
$3.95 $4.95
1/2 BAR-B-(1 CHICKEN
$4.25 $5.25
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN
$4.55 $5.55
BREADED VEAL CUTLET
$6.75 $7.75
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
$4.50 $5.50
sacs
WIllaskin
CHOPPED SIRLOIN
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK $7.50 $8 .50

ES: JUICE OR SOUP, CHOICE OF
I-COURSE MEAL
SALAD, POTATO, VISIT ARE, GREEK BREAD & SINKS,
COFFEE ON TEA, MI Ref OF DESSERT (Strawberry
Cbetsetake, letter Pe MN Of Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice
Wiling or Jello)

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+ !Stilt:Yr). FOR YOU

*stBAGELS BAKED DAILY ON PREMISES

START YOUR DAY WITH A

SHOT
••-7✓11

4NTI ONE!

BAGELS

1.65

DOZ.

FRI., SAT. & SUN
MAR. 7, 8 & 9 ONLY

ORDER YOUR GREEN BAGELS NOW!I

AT DETROIT BAGEL FACTORY'S HELLO DELI

SOUTHFIELD PLAZA (Opposite Farmer lack) Southlield & 1234 Mile

569-5515 ( , o
or r

. DETROIT BAGEL FACTORY MAIN OFFICE: 641-9188

IT'S A RARITY THESE
DAYS in the barber or salon
business when 'many of the orig-
inal people stay together for as
long as. the team at Charter
House Barbers, Northwestern
and 12 Mile in Franklin Plaza.
This is why its fourth an-
niversary celebration which be-
gins this Monday, holds so much
significance ... Back in 1966,
Al Nettle and Howard LaLone
worked together at their North
Park Towers Barber Salon ...
• along with shampoo artist. Doris
Papworth and shoe gleamer-
porter Jim Cooper ... Roy Cal-
ley, now a New York Carpet
World salesman, was with the
fellows too ... All stayed to-
gether in the 1969 move to
Charter House Apartments on
Nine Mile ... and were joined
by hair stylists Ron Eddy (now
also a hair piece expert) and
Terry Schovon (dj also for b'nai
mitzva, weddings, etc.,) and
manicurist Marlies Feldheim.
New additions at the North-
western and 12 Mile spot are
manicurist Lanie Richardson,
who joined the gang seven
months ago from her Fisher
Building locale ... and Oscar
"Ike" Isaacson, "month-old" hair
stylist for both men and women
while in Traverse City and
Petoskey.
This week's celebration will
inaugurate the nostalgia of yes-
teryears pictures on Charter
House Barbers walls ... plus a
bevy of good time fun festing.
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Bernice Weiss ... at William
Beaumont Hospital. •
"LET'S FOOL AROUND" is
name of dance by The Singles
Connection of Temple Israel
(ages 30 to 50), April 1, 7:30
p.m. ... with wine, hors
d'oeuvres and disc jockey ...
Folks who hold on to their $10
ticket will be able to get in next
affair at half price ... This is
the group's first shindig, with
hopes for one every six weeks
Co-chairlassies are Marilyn
Kirschner, 851-0481 and Laura
Levy, 661-0073.
BELATED CONTRATS
to Eugene Friedman ... to Ste-
ven Wolfe ... on their birth-
days.
PERSONAL COMPUTER
hook-ups are among the modern
facilities being offered for
busienss folks by Quality Inn of
Farmington Inn, Orchard Lake
Rd. and 12 Mile ... Meeting
room of 250 even has visual
equipment, teleconferencing,
satellite TV and AV engineer
plus notary public on duty.
It's owned by the Rosenhaus
Group, the J and J Slavik Group
and the Bosco Group ... with an
upscale image of 160 rooms ...
plus deluxe weekends thqt even
include dinner at nearby Roman
Terrace, feel good sessions at
Bloomies Face and Body salon
and free movie tickets.

• 20-YEAR REUNION of
Mumford High, 1966 grads, is
Nov. 29 at Roma Hall on Tele-
graph ... If you were .a cap 'n
gowner and haven't received
any info, call Chairgal Margie

Fridson Weinhaus, 559-4694, or
Dadra Smith Dukes, 863-8492.
CONGRATS ... to Harry
and Sara Docks ... on their
48th anniversary ... While in
California, were feted by daugh-
ter Susan Docks with surprise
dinner party at Westwood Mar-
quis Hotel in Westwood, Calif.
Former Detroiters now living
in California who attended in-
cluded . . . Sadie and Jack
Flusty, cousins of Harry and
Sara . . . and nephews and
nieces David and Debbie Gross
and Briane and DianeGross
Also at the shindig were Dr. and
Mrs. E.J. Simons ... She
graduated college with Sara ...
and was her bridesmaid 48
years ago.
Les Docks, son of Harry and
Sara, surprised his parents by
driving in from San Antonio,
Tex., with wife Pam, to complete
the memorable celebration.
CRESCENT CIRCUS DAY
is March 27 ... and the fez guys
will take 1,435 needy and unfor-
tunate folks ... plus 145 an-
other week ... to the always
terrific Shrine Circus ... Those
coupon books received in mail
by Shriners are desperately
needed ... Send them to Al
"Sonny" Goldstein, 32339 W. 12
Mile Rd., Farmington Hills
48018 ... For other info, his
phone number is 553-9052.
Volunteers the Thursday of
March. 27 will meet for break-
fast (tab picked up by Crescent)
... 11 a.m. at Rialto Restau-
rant, Woodward and Nine Mile
Rd.
ED GOLD, local barrister,
will receive highest award given
by Alpha Epsilon Pi National
Fraternity ... with 50,000
members on campuses all over
the country ... He'll be given
The Order Of The Lion for 27
years of volunteer service ... at
Tam O'Shanter Country Club
Testimonial Dinner, 'March 15,
7:30 p.m. ... For more info, call
Steve Bernstein, 851-8888.
HOUSEHOLD 'HINTS .
White vinegar, poured into
washer rinse cycle will elimi-
nate lint from the wash ... If
water pipes freeze and no torch
handy, try a heating pad and
hair dryer to thaw them ... A
quick bath in tepid salt water
will keep wicker from darkening.
... To remove scratches on wal-
nut furniture, actually rub with
the shelled meat of a walnut ...
Old nylon•stockings make great
dust cloths:
OLD BUT STILL FITS some
of our citizens ... Neighbor tel-
ling the other, "Last month I
dreamed of number seven. Last
week I dreamed of number se-
ven. So I multiplied. seven by
seven and bought a lottery tic-
ket number 42 and won
$10,000." ... "You dope," said
the neighbor, "seven times
seven isn't 42, it's 49!" ... "You
should have such education!"
came the winner's reply.
TWO HORSE PLAYERS
coming out of a house of wor-
ship, after listening to a sermon
... and one saying to the other,
"The word is 'Ualleluja' not
'Hialeah.' "

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