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January 23, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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104 movie listings

'KEEGO TWIN

CATERS TO YOUR EVERY NEED

On Orchard Lake at Cass Lake Rd.
1 1 /2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

• Bar & Bat-Mitzvahs
• All Occasions

• Company Parties
* Featuring Chef John Szegedi
Let the experts plan your party

This ad will entitle bearer to

ONE FREE ADMISSION

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

TEENS — WE WANT YOU!

EVERY FRIDAY NITE
IS TEEN NITE

DOUBLE FEATURE
"CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD" (R)

Plus

7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.

"BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS" (PG-13)

DOUBLE FEATURE
"CROCODILE DUNDEE" (PG-13)

THE BEST TEEN CLUB IN TOWN!

Plus

"COLOR OF MONEY" (R)

Call Kim, Banquet Mgr.

851-2990 or 531-7371

MONDAY & TUESDAY
ALL SEATS $1.50

Greek, Italian,
American & Seafood
Cuisine

rDimitri's

Chop House
DANCING AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

WED. THRU SAT.
BEST SUNDAY BRUNCH AROUND IS BACK!

$ 995

I ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT 1

Adults

$ 4 95

10 and Under

OUR GREAT ITALIAN BUFFET IS NOW SUN. HITE 4-9
$ 1 1 95 Adults [ ALI-Y011-CAN-EAT 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $ 7 95 10 and Under

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ENTERTAINMENT

LIVE MUSIC & DANCING BEGINS WED. THRU SAT. ON JAN. 21

5080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

569-088_9

STACEY
GAIL
HEISLER, daughter of Steve

and Judy Heisler . . . and
granddaughter of Toby Heisler
and Eva Shpargel, begins her
reign as Livonia's Junior Miss
for 1987 . . . The program is de-
signed to honor outstanding
high school seniors . . . with
selection based on scholastic
achievement, physial fitness,
poise and appearance, creating
and performing arts and a
ten-minute interview with
judges . . . Scholarships are
given as awards . . . Stacey will
represent Livonia in the
Michigan Junior Miss Schol-
arship Program in Marshall,
Mich. later this month.
CONGRATS ... to sister
Belle Weingarden . . . on her
birthday . . . How old? . . . I
wouldn't dare!

TAMARA FRIEDMAN,

bossgal of Tamara Institute de
Beaute, and husband Eugene
went to Puerta Vallarta with
their two daughters, bemoan-
ing the missing of local
Chanukah celebrations .. .
However, they met former Is-
raelis and fellow Detroiters
Nillie and Urie Katz and their
three daughters.
The Katz family invited the
Friedmans to dinner . . . to
sample the fish they had just
caught . . . and the Friedmans
accepted on condition that it be
a Chanukah party, latkes and
all . . . Tamara ended up mak-
ing latkes for 14 people . . . as
they lit the menorah and sang
Chanukah songs.
CORRECT NUMBER to
call for tenth reunion being
planned by Southfield-
Lathrup class of 1977 is 354-
9754 . . . Judy Silberstein will
give more info to folks in
search for grads to update
yearbook.

HY PRITZ WRITES .. .

A RESTAURANT AND MUCH MORE!

lunch Served Monday Through Friday
11:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m.

Dinner Served Until 12:00 Midnight
Monday Through Saturday

Nibbles and Dancing Till 2:00 a.m.

IN THE AMERICAN CENTER BUILDING
27777 FRANKLIN ROAD
Southfield
350-8450

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES UP TO
175 PEOPLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS

VISIT OUR OTHER LOCATIONS PANACHE IN BIRMINGHAM
AND MAVERICK'S IN ROYAL OAK

66 Friday, January 23, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Here is something I concocted.
When one person comes from
Michigan he is called 'A
MICHIGANDER'. When two
people come from Michigan
they are called
`MICHIGEESE'. When I do a
crazy pantomine number it is
called 'A MICHIGASS'. When I
get through with the number I
am called 'A MICHIGINA!'
"Here is the Jewish version
of a story I heard. On Friday
night I went into the
synagogue. The rabbi said,
`Anyone who wants to donate
$500, please stand up.' The
rabbi turned to the organ
player and told her to play
appropriate music. The musi-
cian asked, 'What is appropri-
ate?' The rabbi said, 'Play the
Star Spangled Banner!' "
"LOST" ALUMNI from
Southeastern High graduating
classes of 1941, 1942 and 1943
can write to Southeastern Re-
union, c/o Ted Jacobson, Ste.
200, 32400 Telegraph Road,
Birmingham, Mi. 4801Q .. .
Reunion is set for Nov. 6 this
year at Fern Hill Country Club
in Mt. Clemens.

WHILE ON CRUISE,

Muriel Silverstein and Sarah
Feuerisen were in Puerto Rico
during the recent tragic fire

that claimed so many lives .. .
Since their cup of tea is shop-
ping, not gambling, they we-
ren't in the hotel as some other
shipmates . . . none of whom
were hurt.
Returning to Florida, Muriel
and Sarah stayed with ex-
Detroiters Sarah and Mel
Pearl . . . and had dinner with
former Detroiters Klara
Blauer and Flo and Al Rose .. .
They made certain their short
Florida stay wasn't without se-
eing folks . . . Lunch with snow
birds from here, Muriel's
sister-in-law and brother-in-
law, Rose and Jim Silverstone,
dinner with Lola and Sol Rubin
wintering in the sunshine .. .
and brunch with Helen and
Nate Sadik, also there for the
winter.
FREE DENTAL CARE to
children 15 and under .. .
mainly young guys 'n gals
whose parents are unable to af-
ford dental care . . . will be
given mornings of Feb. 3, 10,
17 and 24 . . . by Dr. Howard
Finnk in Warren.
February is Children's Den-
tal Month by American Dental
Association . . . Howard and
his staff of five will provide
exams, cleanings, x-rays, fil-
lings, nerve and pain treat-
ments . . . plus all other basic
general dental services .. .
They are on Hoover between 12
and 13 Mile . . . No advance
registration is necessary.

PERCY KAPLAN
WRITES . . . "The doctor

strode out of the operating
room and walked over to the
wife of the man on whom he
had just finished operating.
`He doesn't look so good, Mrs.
Plotkin,' the doctor said sadly,
shaking his head. `Yes, I know,'
the wife replied, 'but he's good
with the children!'

25 AND 30 YEAR REU-
NION by Mackenzie High,

1962 down to 1957 is slated for
June 6.
CONGRATS . to Herman
Fenton . . . on his birthday .. .
celebrated with surprise shin-
dig by friends . . . at Rikki's
American Grill in American
Center Bldg. on Franklin Rd.
IF OLD JAKE KEIM, who
promoted the first boardwalk
in Atlantic City, could see the
throngs of 'today, the hotels,
gambling, etc. he probably
would gasp, "What did I start
down here anyhow?" . . . Keim
wasn't aware that his
boardwalk was revolutionary
. . . His little rooming house,
prospering in the aftermath of
the Civil War, had been pro-
tected from the waves by a
sand dune . . . When it was re-
moved, the tide changed his
hostelry into swimming pool
. . . Keim talked the city into
building the boardwalk . . . It
was a mile long and collapsible
... sometimes unintentionally
. . . Each fall the planks were
disconnected and put away for
safekeeping . . . In every At-
lantic City budget from 1870 to
1879 there was one item of $17
. . . expense for "rent of barn for
storing boardwalk."

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