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June 13, 1986 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-13

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52 Friday, June 13, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LISTENING POST

CARL'S

3020 Grand River

ors

DANNY RASKIN

833-0700

Free Parking

Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.

Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties

Serving daily from 11:30 --
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IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!

WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS!

FAMILY RESTAURANT

22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN 7 DAYS • 544-7933
IYOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
1AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!

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•BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER •
OPEN MENU WITH REGULAR AND 8-COURSE DINNERS

• FRESH BROILED FISH • CHICKEN • TURKEY • VEAL • BAR-B-Q RIBS • BABY BEEF LIVER • FROG LEGS
• N.Y. SIRLOIN • CHOPPED SIRLOIN • JUMBO SHRIMP • ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF • ETC. • ETC. • ETC. • ETC.

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SOMETHING FOR
EVERYBODY!

REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.

or Greek). POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR

SPAGHETTI. GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

CHILDRENS MENU

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TOP QUALITY FOOD
AT LOW PRICES SINCE 1954!

8-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES: JUICE OR SOUP, CHOICE OF
SALAD, POTATO, VEGETABLE, GREEK BREAD & STICKS,
COFFEE OR TEA, CHOICE OF DESSERT (Strawberry
Cheesecake, Batter Pecan or Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice
Pudding or Jello)

"Furguson, I want you to find a better
place for our big meeting this year. I had
a lot of complaints about serving chicken
that came with a 30,000 mile warranty”

When you're planning a very
special business meeting, start at a
very special place: The Westin Hotel
in the heart of Detroit's renaissance.
Here, in the world's tallest hotel,
we're prepared to fill your tallest
order. A variety of rooms, from the
splendid to the magnificent. A staff
of chefs who can satisfy an appetite
for anything from coffee and danish
to champagne and caviar. And a
group of catering professionals who
make it all come off just the way
you hope.

So next time, give us a chance
to show you how we can get you out
of the ordinary and into the extra-
ordinary—at The Westin. Then ask
yourself: can we do everything to
make your next event a complete
.,
success?

Of course

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we can.

THE WESTIN HOTEL

WEATHER WAS IN THE
high 80s . . . as people of the corn.-
plex bathed outside their beauti-
ful and spacious clubhouse at
Northfield Hills.
But a lot of them would have
loved to be inside . . . where it
was fun galore as over 60 people
made merry in celebration of
Paul "Jason" Woolbright's
graduation from Troy High.
He's the son of Detroit News
feature writer Kelly Burgess .. .
and so many folks who came
didn't realize they'd have such a
good time.
Food galore . . . enough to feed
the envious Sunday bathers out-
side and their entire families .. .
When the Billy Rose Quartet
swung into action, it was an al-
most non-stop afternoon of danc-
ing and frivolity . . . as Billy and
the boys were at their best.
So many people having fun .. .
Sylvia Glover, very fine _"Good
Afternoon Detroit" hostess;
Henry Baskin, barrister of the
TV .stars;
Detroit News
journalist/photog Linda Solomon
with hair growing longer .. .
Barry Solomon, her loving
hubby, suspected to be the culprit
behind Linda cutting those lovely
tresses . . . Aug. 26 will be 11
years of marriage for this beauti-
ful couple.
Mason Weaver, dean of direc-
tors at WXYZ-TV, Ch. 2, early
bird for Kelly & Co. show among
others; Jeanette Epstein, Mary
"Micky" Stanek, very likeable
Richard Wiebzbicki, Leah Marks,
Tamara Friedman, Rhoda Weiss,
Jay Kogan, invitation gal Elaine
Trisbie and husband Gene, dance
champion Dee Shapiro and fine
plastic surgeon hubby Marshall
Shapiro . . . Marshall just back
late night before after very suc-
cessful and restful fishing trip
away from all humanity except
those he went with and their
guide; Betty Jean Rivkin with
Dr. Marvin Rivkin, winner of two
third places that day in self-built
remote model airplane flying
contest against guys who've been
doing it many more years than
him.
Sybil Little, Oakland Press
fashion and feature writer; Kel-
ly's oldest son, Jimmy Demetros
flying in from Scotsdale, Ariz. for
the graduation ceremonies and
party; Kelly's mother, Edith
Burgess, soon to celebrate her
89th birthday, chafing at the bit
to get out there and dance .. .
especially the Hora as Billy Rose
Quartet bounced the clubhouse
walls with "Nava Nagela".. . . My
wife Frieda leaving early to catch
plane for jewelry show in Atlan-
tic. City.
Paul "Jason" Woolbright had a
wonderful graduation party .. .
something mother Kelly Burgess
had wanted so badly for him .. .
Everybody ate . . . so many people
danced merrily . . . even Paul .. .
whose happiness brought tears of
joy to many eyes.

LINDA ZALLER will show
her watercolors on Continental
Cable television, Channel 18 .. .
tonight at 7:35; June 16, 9:05;
June 18, 9:05; and June 20, 7:35
p.m. . Continental is shown

Renaissance Center Detroit

Catering department 568-8400

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only in West Bloomfield, South-
field and Oak Park.

BACK IN 1950, when Jack
Milan started in the auto wash
business, National Auto Service
on Woodward and Alfred next to
Detroiter Hotel, it also proved
him to be a future gazer . . . Jack
saw leadership potential in fellow
on the line . . . and wasn't wrong
. . . When he opened his first Jax
Kar Wash on. Meyers and Six
Mile in 1954, Art Jones became
Jack's first manager . . . Last five
years he has been heading the
Jax spot on Telegraph and 12
Mile.
He and Steve Brancaleone, 11
years with Jax, were given a re-
tirement party recently . . . with
managers getting together for
watches and plaques . . . and
company giving them color TVs
. . . Many people will remember
Art James . . . He was like a
legend.
NANCI LANDY, now of Ft.
Lauderdale, took national high
honors in being accepted to
Columbia Law School . . . after
graduation from University of
Florida . . . She is the daughter of
ex-localite Sally Landy, also in
Ft. Lauderdale.
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Jerry Robbins . ... recuperating at
home after vocal chord surgery
. . . Betty Pianin and partner Lou
Freeman each gave him a carbon
slate board to write on so he can
"talk" to Marge and get writer's
cramp . . . Joe and Nita are teach-
ing him how to play charades so
he can act out his questions and
answers.
"Master Jerry" snaps his fin-
gers now and wife Marge comes a
runnin' . . . She's afraid Jerry
will like it so much he'll keep fak-
ing it at home after getting bet-
ter.
B'NAI B'RITH GOLF Classic
IV set for June 23, 12:30 p.m. at
Tam O'Shanter Country Club,
Orchard Lake Rd., will feature an
inter-club championship between
the three Jewish clubs,
Knollwood, Franklin and Tam,
along with Wabeek . . . Trophy
will be given to winning team's
home club for yearly display.
The BB Golf Classic is open to
all . . . with each $250 deductible
entry fee supporting B'nai B'rith
Youth services . . . It entitles
folks to valet parking, club fees,
range balls, 18 holes of golf pre-
ceded by a buffet luncheon plus
cocktail reception and banquet in
the evening with Dick Purtan
emceeing.
Ralph Miller is chairman of the
day-lopg event . . . More info by
calling BB Foundation office,
552-8070.

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THELMA AND BOB PRUS-
SACK, bossfolks of The Waiting
Game, Applegate Square,
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster,
are expecting a new addition .. .
with arrival date set for late June
or early July.
But it isn't what you think .. .
the outfitters of expectant gals
are also opening a new depart-
ment in their store . . . for boys
sizes 4 to 7 . . . New addition of
Great Expectations has Thelma
and Bob quite excited.

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