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February 06, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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ENTERTAINMENT

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Friday & Saturday Show 8 . 30 PM

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LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

"THE CLUB"

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Southfield, MI • 552-1100

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Office Gatherings • Birthdays • Special Celebrations
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Valid Monday through Friday only

No substitutions • Expires March 1, 1987

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BEST SUNDAY BRUNCH AROUND IS BACK!

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

25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

569-0882

WE
CAN'T
RUN
ON
EMPTY.

GIVE BLOOD

and are open for business .. .
one of the locale's most popular
barber styling salons . . . but
the operation will be far from
that of its former tenant at this
site.
No limousines, no cham-
pagne, no fancy frills that
eventually had Jonathan's bit-
ing the dust at Boardwalk on
Orchard Lake Road, just south
of Maple.
Move by Charter House
Barbers to the location from
Franklin Plaza on Northwest-
ern, is only that . . . a move .. .
and concentration will be on
practicality instead of
dream-world Hollywoodism.
Owners are . . . Al Nettle,
Ron Eddy and Howard LaLone
. . . plus other hair stylists
Terry Schovan and Steve
Davis . . . Marlies Feldheim
and Marlies Muncie are the
manicuring gals . . . Doris
Papoorth, shampoo expert, and
Jim Cooper, porter and shoe
shine artist.
In other words . . . where the
former Jonathan's was a
make-believe styling em-
porium that tried to do every-
thing with a flair . . . the Char-
ter House folks have opened
just a real good barber shop.
"I DO" DEPT . . . Ellen
Wolfe and Lou Warshaw .. .
March 29.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "My dad,
Sam Goldberger, is 98 years
old and still going. He still
talks about Detroit and the
Ford Motor Co. I also want to
mention about 'my famous
brother Joe Gaynes.' He was
re-elected for the second time
to the State of California senior
legislature. He also celebrated
his 75th birthday in July.

Elsie Rome (Robert)
Los Angeles, Calif.

TORN CARTILEGE isn't
keeping 16-year-old Stacie
Shapiro from hanging onto the
lead in The Lady Cries Murder
. . . April 2-3, 7:30 p.m. at Har-
rison High, 12 Mile and
Middlebelt . . . The daughter of
Dr. Marshall and Dee Shapiro
is rehearsing her role as "The
Lady" with cast on Stacie's left
foot.

IT'S ONE-YEAR AN-
NIVERSARY for Marilyn

Brooks at Sugar Tree on Or-
chard Lake Road . . . She's corn-
ing from her home base in To-
ronto . . . and will be at the
store Feb. 7 . . . Nancy
Saltzman is manager at Mari-
lyn Brooks of West Bloomfield.

1111
American
Red Cross

CONGRATS . . . to Millie
Felch . . . on her birthday .. .
Hubby Paul gave her a sur-
prise party at Beau Jack's on
W. Maple at Telegraph.

THEME BY SISTER-
HOOD of Temple Beth El this

Monday, 1 p.m., has Deanne
Ginns Gruenberg "Corn-

66

Friday, February 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

municating With Your Chil-
dren and Grandchildren About
Sex" . . . ages pre-school
through high school . . . De-
anne is director of community
education for Womancare in
Southfield . . . No charge .. .
dessert served.
WHILE ON RECENT Car-
nival Line cruise, Michael
Levine conducted Chanukah
and Shabbat services aboard
ship . . . About 200 Jewish
attendees in Tahiti Lounge of
Holiday ship were supplied
yarmulkes, sidurim, kosher
wine, menorah and candles by
the cruise line.
It was Michael's and Sheila's
25th anniversary . . . He also
won a "knobby knees" contest
. . . having the most prominent
according to the women judges.

THIS IS SEVENTH YEAR

for Ilona and Gallery at Hun-
ters Square, Orchard Lake Rd.
and 14 Mile . . . Continuous
display of original art work
(homemade pottery, jewelry,
paintings, functional home
items, etc.) are being featured
on a revolving basis . . . the
works of local and national ar-
tists.
CASS TECH REUNION of
classes 1941 through 1945 will
be at Quality Hotel in
Anaheim, Calif. near Disney-
land . . . June 25-28 . . . For
more info, contact Bernard El-
binger, (707) 966-3548 .. .
18800 Sears Lane, Fort Bragg,
Calif. 35437. -

ARTIST LINDA ZALLA

was featured on Bloomfield
Hills Cable television, Chan-
nel 11, in program called, AIM
. . . Watercolor-Linda Zalla,
Jan. 27 . . . Part II was aired
this week . . . and part III at 9
p.m. Tuesday.
FASHION SHOW spon-
sored by hospital? . . . That's
what it'll be when Oakland
General Hospital is host for
Wayne State University's first
Annual Evening of Elegance,.
Feb. 12, at Fairlane Manor.
Sylvia Glover of Channel 4
and Dave McKay of WNIC
Radio will be celebrity hostess
and host.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "I have
found bingo, which makes me
very happy, but it is much
more expensive, as is living
here . . . The no-humidity is
super for my arthritis and the
sun on psoriasis is a blessing.
The Silhouette shocked me
here. It's co-ed and when I
found myself with five men in
the whirlpool I left. This is
Harold's first leave of absence
in 43 years of married life."

Ruth Weiss

THE DRAMATICS, a
high-energy rhythm and blues
group, will perform at the
Premier, Feb. 20 — 21 . . . with
two shows each night at 8 p.m.
and 11 p.m. . . . Tickets are
$15.75 each.

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