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DOWNTOWN DETROIT'S NEWEST RESTAURANT
THE BILLY ROSE QUARTET
Every Monday Evening . . . 7 p.m. to 12 Mid.
TWO FLOORS FOR TRULY ELEGANT DINING AWAIT
YOU AT 1940 CHOPHOUSE WHERE ONLY THE
FINEST FOOD AND BEVERAGES ARE SERVED. ALL THE
BEEF IS CERTIFIED ANGUS FROM KANSAS. AND ONLY
THE FRESHEST. FINEST SEAFOOD IS ALLOWED.
NATURALLY. THE LIQUORS ARE ALL PREMIUM. AND ONLY
FINE WINES BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE ARE AVAILABLE.
UP TO 300 GUESTS ARE SEATED COMFORTABLY AMID
THE SPLENDOR OF THE ART DECO ATMOSPHERE AND
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OF THIS EXQUISITE RESTAURANT. LUNCH - MONDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY. DINNER - MONDAY THROUGH SATUR-
1940 E JEFFERSON
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• Good thru Aug. 5, 1986
• Limit Two Pounds
ON YOUR NEXT TRAY
8 Person Minimum On Trays
VALID ON MEAT OR FISH TRAYS
1 COUPON PER CUSTOMER
EXPIRES 8-1 6-86
FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA
29145 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE
7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Friday, August 1, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL day
. . . Terri Cassels and Christopher
Kalinowski couldn't have asked
for a better one . . . nor could the
over 200 attendees.
Recent marriage of Terri and
Chris at Baypointe Country Club
was a classic . Chupa on
grounds with background of sail-
boats, motorboats and shimmer-
ing blue waters against a blue
sky . . . and 85 degree weather at
5 p.m. without the high humid-
You knew it had to be some
kind of affair when Danny Jor-
dan of The Loving Cup played
piano for the ceremony . . . and
learned that his wonderful group
would play for the reception .. .
Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple
Israel was to officiate . . . but
went to hospital instead with
kidney stones . . . In Rabbi Loss'
place was young Rabbi Paul
Yedwab, also of Temple Israel .. .
himself married only two weeks
prior . . . and performing his first
It was a marriage of classic
elegance . . . as Irene Light never
looked lovelier in her gorgeous
gown . . . Nate Light lifted Terri's
veil with tender love as he tradi-
tionally kissed her on the cheek
before she walked to be joined
with an adoring and handsome
There were no stops pulled for
this wonderful affair . . . The Lov-
ing Cup, champagne, hors
d'oeuvres, continuous open bar,
gorgeous centerpieces with high
vases for easy looking, delicious
prime rib or fish . . . the wonder-
ful voice of Marlene Hill . . . a
sweet table with unbelievable
goodies . . . so much frivolity .. .
so much gaiety.
At our table . . . Pauline and
Ruby Samson, Sarah and Iry Pitt,
Reva Greenspan and wife Frieda
. . . Aug. 6 congrats for Ruby
Samson ... on his 70th birthday
. . . Ruby and Pauline celebrated
47th anniversary in May . . . and
Sarah and Iry Pitt their 51 years
together in June.
When Sarah (Doctor) came
here from Russia in 1926,
Pauline (Guss) was the first per-
son she talked to in English .. .
which Pauline had taught her .. .
Their mothers had become good
friends . . . and Pauline, who
could speak Yiddish, taught her
new 10-year-old girlfriend how to
converse in English.
Best dressed? . . . So many of
the guys and gals could have put
on a fashion show at the wedding
. . . In the male category, always
tough to beat Ernest Drucker of
Executive Custom Shirtmakers,
Birmingham . . . red tie, pink
shirt with white spread collar
and white cuffs, red pocket han-
kie, dark suit of burgundy
pinstripes . . . Wife Marietta al-
ways dressed and looking lovely
in keeping up with Ernie . . . in
the dress category, that is . . . On
the dance floor, Ernest is a whiz
of energy, dancing with all the
gals, young and elder.
The funfest wedding continued
on . . . Jean and Sid Charness
celebrated their 45th anniver-
sary . . . Jeanette Blackman
going to other tables collecting
scraps for son Ronnie's and wife
Bobbie's doberman pinscher .. .
After all, what good is a mother
or mother in-law if she doesn't
think about their dog, too? .. .
Roz and Morrie Partovich .. .
Irene was six-years-old when she
and then Roz Rosenbloom played
with dolls together.
Donna Levine Heligman,
bosslady of Bardone's Interiors at
Applegate Square, exclaiming, "I
went off my diet yesterday" .. .
New hubby, Dr. Richard Helig-
man probably thinking, "Diet? A
lot of girls- would sure love to
have my Donna's trim figure!"
. . . Hy Blackman celebrating his
birthday the next day . . . as wife
Ethel told of more restaurants at
which she loves to dine . . . Bruce
-Rosen talking about . . . what else
than his coveted Variety Club of
Michigan which meets second
Thursday of each month . . . and
the wonderful work it is doing for
Marilyn Nelson with her new
"funky" hairdo . . . so sweet and
likeable . . . Daughter Barbie also
wears her hair much like mom
. . . and other daughter Michelle
stays somewhat away from that
look . . . Marilyn's hubby, Joel, is
the guy with those beautiful
grayish locks . . . Suzie. Cassels,
Terri's sister and maid of honor,
the catch of the century for Mr.
Right Guy . . . Alan Cassels, their
brother, always• so happy-go-
lucky . . . Can't believe young
David Light is 6'4" . . . He's al-
ways been a handsome kid, but
oh, look at him now! . . . Nick
Gonte talking about those Wed-
nesday night bingos at Cong.
B'nai David . . . and wife Marilyn
being asked about her book, It
Can't Happen To Me .. .
Challa was cut by Irene's
brother, Meyer Blackman, who
came in from St. Johns, Mich.
with wife Jeanette . . . Irene's sis-
ter Shirley Steiner brought the
heat from Florida and danced up
a storm . .. Nate's brother Larry
Light, executive vice president of
Meyer's Jewelry and wife Mari-
lyn DB's for the evening .. .
designated bankers in charge of
the many envelopes Terri and
Chris received . . . Another Nate
Light in the over 200 crowd .. .
from Akron, Ohio . . . but three
month younger cousin of the bri-
dal Nate . . . and probably very
happy he didn't have cuz's bills
for the day . . . Judy Blackman
the lady in white with diamond-
studded fingers and husband Joe.
Gloria Golesky so charming .. .
Burt and Sharon Meisel a pleas-
ant couple . . . Barbara and Larry
Traison, also active with Cong..
B'nai David, giving up chalet
near Gaylord, Mich. and golfing
for the day.
Twenty members of cheerlead-
ing team coached by Terri at
Sterling Heights High School, so
lovely and effervescent as they
did a self-taught poetic cheer for
Terri and Chris . . . without their
uncanny acrobatics . . . The 20
gals are Michigan Class A cheer-
. Overtime for The Loving Cup
and Marlene Hill . . . And then a
second overtime for this wonder-
ful group opening Tuesday at
Panache on Woodward in Bir-
The marriage of Terri Cassels
and Chris was fun . . . The gorge-
ous day, sailboats, motorboats,
blue waters and blue sky took a
back seat to this lovely couple .. .
who made their day a great one
for everyone that attended.
Congratulations, kids . . . and
to the parents . . . You couldn't
have done better . . . with chil-
dren like these . . . or a wedding
to make them man and wife .. .
How very proud you must be!
BREAD BASKET NUMBER
TWO will be strictly. carry-out
and catering . . . trays, etc .. .
opening in November . . . at Tif-
fany Square, Northwestern,
north of 14 Mile.
opened to jammed crowds on
Greenfield north of 11 Mile .. .
Compliments galore on the food
of former Remal owners . . . but
as is so many times usual with a
new eatery . . . service was at a
slow pace . . . According to others,
it is much improved.
THROUGH YEARS, the
colorful Rhinoceros piano bar on
Riopelle in downtown Rivertown
area has presented some of De-
troit region's top musical talent
. . . To celebrate the best of those
times, Rhinoceros recently
brought together a collection of
past stand-out performers in a
musical spectacular called
Jan Van Gorden, Mel Rencher,
Back Stage Pass, Indeya and Or-
theia Barnes played in one-to-two
hour sets with only short breaks
Rhino Review will be a regular
Sunday attraction now . . . with
next talent lineup soon to be an-
GOOD WAITRESS DEPT
... at Encore Restaurant .. .
West Bloomfield Plaza, Orchard
Lake south of Maple . . . Persona-
ble Beverly Perilli and daughter
Karen Spannos . . . plus Rhonda
Suszycki ... efficient and cordial.
SECOND GENERATION of
a folk music legend, Josh White
Jr., begins six-week, limited
engagement of Thursday nights,
Aug. 7-Sept. 11, at Comedy Cros-
sing, downstairs at Red Cedars,
Telegraph and Nine Mile.
It has been two years since.
Josh White, Jr. appeared in De-
troit, except for a pre-series con-
cert at Comedy Crossing, July'24.
White, who says it is the closest
thing to the old Raven Gallery
that he has seen in this • locale,
will take.his audiences on a mus-
ical tour of folk, blues and gospel,
ranging from the folk classics
learned at his famous father's
knee, to his own songs of today
. . . Among them will be songs
from White's 1984 album, "Al-
most Alone," recorded for Eagle
Show times will be 8:30 and
10:30 p.m., with $6 cover charge.
White wrote the music for- and
starred in film, The Freedom
Train. . . . and his composition
"Say a Prayer for a Stranger,"
from his album "Sing A Rain-
bow," was performed by Harry
Belafonte on the national net-
work TV special, "The Stars of
The Palace Theatre."
A new album to be released
soon on Rykodisc compact disc, ti-