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September 26, 1986 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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ENTERTAINMENT

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

HOW TO BECOME a mil-

lionaire in six easy words ...
Have an uncanny lot of
luck" ... That's what David
Rosenman had in a recent
Michigan Super Lotto ...
First week, ten girls called to
marry the now even more
very, very eligible bachelor
... he is the son of Bess and
Sol Rosenman.
CONGRATS . . . to Ab-
raham Goldstein ... on his
75th birthday ... Wife Anne
is a "golf widow" with Abe
playing the links three or
four times a week ... and
blames daughter-in-law
Susan (Les) for teaching him
how to play.
NEXT MEETING of
Southfield Seniors Club, Oct.
1, 1 p.m., in dining room of
McDonnell Towers, will be a
"Candidates Day" for guys
and gals to hear and meet
hopefuls ... Saul Glosser is
president of the group .
Ben Elkin, 1st v.p.; Meyer
Waterstone, 2nd v.p.; Reid
Radner, secretary; Philip Cu-
tler, treasurer; Sherman
Goldman, chaplain; Lewis
Diamond, parliamentarian;
Morry Direnfeld, club re-
porter; and Mickey Alder-
man, advisor.

FINALLY OPENED . . .

and looking quite a bit differ-
ent than the emptiness of
couple weeks ago is Corpora-
tion Cortina at Sugar Tree,
Orchard Lake Rd. North of
Maple.
Opening was last week,
with front sidewalk sparkle-
covered, champagne galore
and hors d'oeuvres by Larry
Bongiovanni of Salvatore
Scallopini, which may possi-
bly take over a few doors
away.
It's owned by Diane Dic-
kinson (same gal who has
Marilyn Brooks at Sugar
Tree) and John Yera
Blowup of photos of Diane's
dad, Richard Lovat, and Aunt
Rina Lovat when they were
tots, hang on the back wall at
Corporation Cortina ... with
family folks coming from To-
ronto ... dad and mom,
Richard and Lucille Lovat,
and Diane's sister, Sonia
Lovat.
The store is a new concept
... "non-gender activewear"
... Designs of the clothing
were formulated during
travels to Orient, Europe and
across North America ...
Sweaters and sweatshirts are
oversized and uncomplicated,
seemingly Oriental design,
yet the prints and knits are
strictly European ... North
country was inspiration for
heavy knit sweaters of all
natural fibers ... and dun-
garies are the weight and
quality one would expect a
cowboy to wear ... However,
like all of Corporation Corti-
na's clothing, they maintain
an urban sophistication.

MICHIGAN JEWISH

Sports Hall of Fame, estab-
lished last year, will be dedi-
cated in ceremonies at Jewish

Community Center this Sun-
day, 1 p.m. ... Three new in-
ductees will be announced ...
to join the late Hank Green-
berg, former U of M quarter-
backs Harry Newman and
the late Benny Friedman,
and William Davidson, owner
of Detroit Pistons basketball
team.

GET WELL WISHES ...

to Lucille Huler ... re-
cuperating at Whitehall Apts.
... after recent stroke.

BARRISTER MICHAEL
ROBBINS was elected to

Family Law Circle at recent
annual three-day meeting by
State Bar of Michigan at
Cobo Hall ... The youngest
attorney ever elected to this
position, he is with Birming-
ham law firm of Victor and
Robbins ... and the son of
Marge and Jerry Robbins.
GEORGE WINGER was
recent winner of senior Golf
Tournament at Glen Oaks.
DEC. 12 has been con-
firmed as date for big Whit-
ney Restaurant Premier ...
Whitney Mansion owner
Richard Kughn and wife
Linda, along with partners
John McCarthy, Ron Fox,
and Gary Kughn, are cur-
rently planning an elegant
seven-course meal for the
premier, which is being held
as a Michigan Cancer Found-
ation affair for it's "Angels"
... The angels are an exclu-
sive group of Michigan's,
civic, business and political
leaders that have committed
a $2,000 donation per couple
to Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion and its programs for
Cancer research, prevention
and patient services.
Paul and Helen Zuckerman
founded this special group
last year prior to Paul's pass-
ing.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "We
have been in the west for
over a year and would like
our friends to know that we
have settled at Southgate in
Denver. We miss all of you
and are sorry that we could
not say goodbye individu-
ally."

Jack and Madeline Segal

2330 S. Kearney St., Apt. 308
Denver, Colo. 80222

THE FIELD AT South-
field High on Lahser and Ten
Mile will become a "Fitness
Court" ... this Sunday, 11
a.m. ... beginning with
community and civic leaders
at ribbon-cutting ceremonies
... It will be first of 20
Gamefield Fitness Programs
awarded to area schools and
community parks by the pro-
gram's regional sponsor,
Botsford General Hospital.
On hand will be Olympic
gold medalist Hayes Jones,
putting on his track shoes for
the special ceremonies .
VARIETY CLUB Of De-
troit joins the National Kid-
ney Foundation in a benefit
roast of John Kelly and Mari-
lyn Turner . . . Oct. 25 at
Westin Hotel.

TELEGRAPH AT 10 MILE

FIND IT

1 IN TEL-EX PLAZA
Southfield

L
IN THE

352-2320

OPEN 7 DAYS

ANT

DINNER SPECIALS

D
0

SALAD
BAR

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, POT. & VEG.

BREAKFAST SPECIAL 1 a.m.-11 a.m.

12 Noon Til 9 p.m.

L_

• 2 Eggs
3 Bacon or Sausage
Nash Browns or Pancakes
• Toast & Jelly

ALL-YOU-CAN-EM

EVERY FRI.... FISH & CHIPS
EVERY SAT.... SPAGHETTI

0

$1.50 Extra

WEEKEND SPECIAL

movie listings

KEEGO TWIN

$3 1

• SPAGHETTI • LASAGNA
• LIVER & ONIONS BAKED OR BAR-B-6 CHICKEN
• BAKED COD BROILED HALIBUT
• VEAL PARMESAN

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$399
.

On Orchard Lake at Cass Lake Rd.
11/2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

$1 991

MON.-SUN.
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

This ad will entitle bearer to

ONE FREE ADMISSION

Friday, Sunday,
Wednesday & Thursday
When a second admission is purchased

ANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER

29221 NORTHWESTERN,

N. of 12 Mile

358-2353

BREAKFAST FEATURES 7 a.m.to 11 a.m.

Double Feature

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS (any style)

"LEGAL EAGLES" (PG)

• 3 SLICES BACON OR SAUSAGE OR
2 SLICES OF HAM
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• BAGEL OR TOAST & JELLY
1

Shown with

"OUT OF AFRICA" (PG)

Double Feature

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS (any style)
• 3 SLICES BACON OR SAUSAGE OR
2 SLICES OF HAM
• HASH BROWNS
$ 4 99
• BAGEL OR TOAST & JELLY

DIFFERENT OMELETTE SPECIAL
EVERY DAY

"EXTREMITIES" (R)

Shown with

$1 99

• HASH BROWNS
• BAGEL OR
TOAST & JELLY

"THE WHOOPIE BOYS" (R)

ALSO GREAT
LUNCH & DINNER
SPECIALS DAILY

10% SENIOR CITIZENS (fxcept thaw

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WHEREIN WE GO WILD ABOUT MAINE LOBSTER
AND TAME ABOUT PRICING

Now Thru October 31

Dinners starting $1
from

95

LOBSTER KABOB
Served with rice pilaf

CHARGRILLED LOBSTER
TAILS Served with roasted
potatoes and fresh vegetables

STEAK & CHARGRILLED
LOBSTER
Served with roasted potatoes

BAKED STUFFED LOBSTER
LARRY Served with rice pilaf and
fresh vegetables

LOBSTER CREOLE
Served with rice pilaf

LOBSTER FETTUCINE VERDE
Served with homemade pasta noodles

ONE POUND LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
Served with roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables.

Mu& Iffueel

Mopiwetheios
25485 Telegraph Rd., Southfield

358-4950

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30555 Grand River, Farmington
478-3800

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