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February 13, 1987 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

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DINNER THEATRE AT

HYATT REGENCY D DEARBORN

ENTERTAINMENT

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JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions, Inc.

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Aomedy Thriller By Peter Colley

Group Rotes & Performances Available
Friday & Saturday Show 8:30 PM

Reservations: 593-1234

"THE CLUB"

2ND FLOOR

RIALTO

Since 1954
FAMILY
RESTAURANT



Just South of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN 1 DAYS • 544-1933

22140 WOODWARD

YOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH
BOTH REGULAR AND 8 COURSE MEALS!

FRESH BROILED
FRESH BROILED
BROILED NEW ZEALAND
PICKEREL
WHITEFISH

BONELESS ORANGE ROUGHY
8 COURSE $7.95
$6.95
REG. $6.95 8-COURSE $7.95 REG. $5.75 8 COURSE $6.75 REG.
8-COURSE
FRESH HOMEMADE FOOD! WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS! REGULAR

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ROAST FRESH TURKEY
BABY BEEF LIVER
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
FROG LEGS
VEAL PARMESAN
BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER
1/2 BAR-B-61 CHICKEN
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN
BREADED VEAL CUTLET
FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP
CHOPPED SIRLOIN
10 OZ. PRIME N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK

WE SERVE
COCKTAILS

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• CHILDREN'S
MENU •

I REG. MEALS MCLUDE CHOICE OF SALAD fReg.
or Greek ► POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI AND GREEK BREAD & STICKS.

$5.45
$4.95
$6.95
$7.25
$5.45
$5.95
$4.50
$4.50
$5.45
$7.25
$5.50
$8.25

$6.45
$5.95
$7.95
$8.25
$6,45
$6.95
$5.50
$5.50
$6.45
$8.25
$6.50
$9.25

8-COLIRSE NEAL MODES: RICE OR SW, CNOICE OF SALAD, POTATO, SUA-
BLE, IN EX BREAD I STICKS, CORE OR it cNOICE OF DESSERTS (Statical
Mescals, Better hoe er Valla Ice Cream, Rice MIK or let.)

What's the difference
between Chopped Liver
and Chop Suey?

Find out at Henry Yee's newest eating
adventure, Shanghai Shapiro's.

Introducing a Sunday All -You-Can-Eat
Brunch Buffet, from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.,
Only $6.95.

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

THEY CALL THEM-
SELVES "The Monday Night

Bon Vivants" . . . Larry Golds-
tein, Stann Klein, Syd Ruby,
David Silverman, Sol Stein,
Lou Warshaw and Sy Weber-
man.
The gents meet almost every
Monday night for dinner .. .
and call themselves the longest
active male single group
around . . . All originally di-
vorced but continuing to meet
together, even though one is
now married and two will soon
be wed.
Latest caper was arriving by
limousine at Whitney Mansion
for dinner . . . all dressed in
blue except Sol Stein who stood
out in his brown outfit . . . On
their reserved table were seven
red carnations provided by Be-
verly Howitt, Carol Chase,
Daphna Oliver and Paula
Webberman.
The most recent dinner was
sort of a special night . . . Lou's
announcement of his engage-
ment to Ellen Wolfe of The
Jewish News ... Their wed-
ding is set for March 29.

THREE MORE FOLKS

added to the growing list of
employees at The Charter
House Hair Shop on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Road south of Maple . . . that
moved from Franklin Plaza on
Northwestern . . . Debbie
McGrath, Carolyn Skolnick,
both hair stylists, and Janice
Vittlegio, a third manicurist.
CONGRATS . . . to Clare
Miller Pecis . . . on her birth-
day . . . to Marty Weinstock .. .
on his birthday.

MOOD IS MICHIGAN,

music is Motown and fun-fest
in San Diego . . . This is third
annual Michigan Party, Feb.
27, 8 p.m., at Casa Vallarta
Restaurant, 86671 Miramar
Rd., San Diego . . . open to all
former Michigan residents and
their friends . . . Plenty of
Mackinac fudge, Stroh's beer,
etc. . . . Last year, over 400 had
a good-time reunion . . . For
more info, call chairman How-
ard Sattler, 619-581-6286.
CONGRATS . . . to Nate
Wolok . . . on his 80th birthday
. . . Also to Nate and wife
Esther on their 59th anniver-
sary . . . They now live in
Lauderhill, Fla.

MARLENE SANDERS,

CHINESE & DELI

Open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through
Sunday. Chinese and Deli carryout, catering
and delivery also available.

6724 Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield, Ml 48033 • (313) 855-8433
(South of Maple in the West Bloomfield Plaza)

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Friday, February 13, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CBS News anchorwoman, will
be at luncheon by National
Council of Jewish Women,
March 13, 12 noon, Temple
Beth El . . . Chairgals of event
are Mary Schwartz and Lenore
Dorfman . . . President of
NCJW Greater Detroit Section
is Terran Leemis.
THIS IS second time Ernest
Druker of Executive Custom
Shirtmakers in Birmingham
has received inquiry from a
prison . First time was
couple of years ago when a
former bank robber wanted tb
know what to wear when soon
getting out . . . Few weeks ago,
gent at Marquette sent for info

on latest, fashions in shirts.
Ernie's ECS, by the way, was
honored at recent bachelor
party . . . Invite said that only
requisite was to purchase a gift
certificate from ECS . . . He
says it was funny seeing all the
guys 'n gals coming in for cer-
tificates so they could go to the
party.

ANNETTE LANGWALD,

president of Elkin Travel and
Cruises Only, heads Michigan
Chapter of American Society of
Travel Agents . . . Feb. 12, 5:30
p.m., Ramada Inn at Metro
Airport, travel agents will
hear a panel of major airline
reps serving Detroit
passengers as they answer
questions . . . Annette says
that with the advent of deregu-
lation and the increasing
number of mergers and acquis-
itions, rumors and misconcep-
tions are aplenty . . . "Our role
is to broaden the relationship
between airlines and travel
agents."
CONGRATS . . . to cousin
Marion and Jay Grant . . . on
their 44th anniversary .. .
celebrated with party at their
home.
"THINK SPRING" is buf-
fet dinner dance by Singles Ex-
tension Group (50 and over) .. .
Feb. 21, at Temple Israel .. .
Harry Kifferstein is president
. . . Reservations must be made
by Feb. 12 or else "Don't even
think of coming," says Harry
. . . Call Sabra Shekter, 353-
6247; Sylvia Winton, 642-
8321; or Florence Wuethrich,
682-6133.

REUNION OF FORMER

Alger School . . . all years . . . is
going ahead with plans gung-
ho . . . Contact Lou Lynden at
737-2426 . . . If they put up pic-
tures of then and today, should
have a contest of how many can
be recognized . . . Won't be
many, for sure.
PUCKER UP says Jewish
News fashion writer Carla
Jean Schwartz . . . Crowley's
and Elizabeth Arden Cosme-
tics are having a contest to find
the "most luscious lips" . . . (a
lot of guys would love to have
that list) . . . Entry blanks are
at the Crowley's cosmetic de-
partments . . . with contest
ending Valentine's Day, Feb.
14,
DAVE HERMELIN was
re-elected chairman of the
board of trustees for Michigan
Cancer Foundation . . . Also
re-elected were Tom Angott,
chairman, and Dick Kughn,
vice chairman of the board .. .
New Officers include Sam
Frankel, vice chairman, board
of directors; Judge Dennis
Archer and Gene Applebaum,
vice chairmen, board of trus-
tees . . . Newly-elected direc-
tors for three-year term in-
clude Glenda Greenwald,
Judge Alice Gilbert, Jan
Hartman, Bob Sosnick, Ralph
Booth, Frank Couzens, Jr. and
Paul Nine.

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