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August 08, 1986 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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Our Famous

LISTENING POST

BBQ SLAB

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DANNY RASKIN

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Our Famous .

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

Open
7 Days
11 a.m.-12 Mid.

FOR TWO $655

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LUNCHEON SPECIAL MON.-FRI., 11-4
HOMEMADE SOUP
AND SANDWICH
$375

(Except Bar-13-Q Rib)

COUPON ORDERS

DINE-IN OR
CARRY-OUT

ARMINGTON HILLS — 851-7000 LIVONIA 427-6500
31006 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT 14 I 38043 PLYMOUTH RD.

WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS!

IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!

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!

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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.

SOMETHING FOR
EVERYBODY!

CHILDRENS MENU

REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.

or Greek). POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI. GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

TOP QUALITY FOOD
AT LOW PRICES SINCE 1954!

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

A RESTAURANT

Formerly Archibald's

Now Appearing

The Loving Cup

With Marlene Hill

For Listening and Dancing Pleasure Tuesdays Thru Saturdays

Now Appearing

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ALEXANDER ZONJIC
TRIO

Every Monday Evening

Also Live Entertainment and Dancing SundaY Evenings

555 S. Woodward
2 Blks. S. of Birmingham Theatre
642-9400
• Casual Dress • Major Credit Cards Accepted • Birmingham Luncheon Shuttle Bus Provided

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Friday, August 8, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

USUAL ANNUAL BIG
fundraiser by Children's
Leukemia Foundation of
Michigan is a preview theater
party . . . The group, founded
by Sylvia and Harry Brown,
comes up with another first
. . . Charter For Charity .. .
which it hopes to also make an
annual event.
Three-and-a-half hour
cruise, Aug. 26, will be aboard
the new Infinity owned by
Great Water Yachts, of which
Al Wagner, Brownies-On-
The-Lake bossman, is a major
investor . . . It's designed to
hold 150 guests in the main
dining room . . . has two bars
and an open air dance deck .. .
The benefit cruise will have
four buffet stations, music and
dancing.
Infinity will leave Jefferson
Beach Marina in St. Clair
Shores at 7 p.m. . . . with a
boatload of folks donating $75
per person . . . For reserva-
tions, call CLFM at 353-8222.
Chairperson is Michelle
Duda . . . with committee
members Ellen Siegel, Myra
Jacobs, Judy Hochter, Cindy
Trevison, Ron Hartwell and
Sharyn Cornfield.
Sylvia and Harry will be on
the cruise.
CONGRATS . . . to Lucille
and Herb Lee . . . on their
52nd anniversary . . . cele-
brated with some of Chef
Ernie Di Michele's very fine
Italian dishes . . . at Dimitri's
of Southfield . . . with son and
daughter-in-law, Henry and
Linda Lee and grandson Andy
Lee.
FELLOW FROM TEXAS
came into Baggit at Applegate
Square- and asked for a golf
bag made out of ostrich skin
. . . Gloria Woolman thought
he was putting her on . . . but
the gent planked down a de-
posit wad and the long dis-
tance phone calls started .. .
She finally got one ordered .. .
and he came back for the golf
bag . . . that cost him $6,500
. . . (Wonder if it made his
game any better?)
CONGRATS . . . to Jack
Waksber . . . on his 80th
birthday.
PAN TOURNAMENT will
be part of the Master and
Senior Maccabi competition,
Sept. 28, at Jewish Commu-
nity Center in West Bloom-
field . . . All activities from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. will be for
Jewish adults 50 and older.
Pan tourney fee of $35 in-
cludes lunch and dinner as
well as prize money . . . Mae
Moss and Shirley Jaffee are
chairpersons.
CONGRATS . . . to Hal
Brenner . . . on his 50th birth-
day . . . Aug. 16 open house by
wife Diane for family and
friends will be at their Livonia
home . . . Hal's birthdate is the
19th.
WHAT HAVE the best
New York onion rolls in town
to do with jewelry? . . . Abso-
lutely nothing . . . except that
Morris Weiss, who makes
them at his Zeman's Bakery
on Greenfield, can be proud

that success he earned has
rubbed off on sons Bruce and
Dr. Larry Weiss.
It's the third anniversary of
Bruce Weiss Jewelers at
Mayfair Shops off Northwest-
ern Hwy. and 12 Mile . . . still
sending out thank you cards to
customers . . . and Bruce de-
signing jewelry with Amy
Hiller.
Rough road has smoothed
out for Bruce and Larry .. .
Hard to believe it's already
three years . . . Betcha proud
pappy Morris will toss in some
of those yummy New York
onion rolls with purchases
from his boys.
MORRY BOBROFF "re-
tired" in Florida with wife
Sylvia, is doing audits on
payrolls for insurance com-
panies, says good friend Saul
Horowitz.
ANNETTE LANGWALD
KOZIN, president of Cruises
Only! and Elkin Travel, is the
new 1986-87 Michigan
president of American Society
of Travel Agents (ASTA).
Cruises Only! opens another
spot this September in Sugar
Tree, Orchard Lake Rd. north
of Maple . . . Its new Bloom-
field Hills locale has already
opened.
GAIL GREENFIELD
MONDRY asks, "Who says
camp is just for kids?" . . . She
has designed a fitness pro-
gram for adults at Camp
Tanuga . . . with high carbo-
hydrates and low fat menu to
give a lot of energy without a
lot of calories . . . She is direc-
tor of "The Ultimate Workout"
with Lois Landsberg, assistant
director.
Idea is for folks to improve
their fitness level in an at-
mosphere of health, fun and
recreation . . . with classes for
beginner or advanced . . .
novice or serious athlete.
WOMEN'S ADVERTIS-
ING CLUB of Detroit is celeb-
rating its 63rd year . . . con-
tinuing to offer gals in adver-
tising and , communications a
forum for interchange of
industry-related experience
and ideas.
New officers for 1986-87 are
. . . Eleanor Tuttle, PR Associ-
ates, president; Carole Beyma,
McCann-Erickson, vice
president; Diane DePodesta,
Michigan- Bell, recording sec-
retary; Michelle Bailey,
Robert Solomon, correspond-
ing secretary; Denise A.
Robinson, BBDO, treasurer;
and directors Susan Barber,
Campbell-Ewald; Mary Ann
Gideon, Focus Hope; Barbara
Kennedy, WMJC/WHND, and
Nora Steffen, Detroit Free
Press.

"Emperor's New
Clothes" At Center

The last of the summer chil-
dren's plays at the Jewish
Community Center, will be
The Emperor's New Clothes,
7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
There is a charge. For in-
formation call the Center,
661-1000 ext. 351.

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