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March 13, 1987 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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Danny Raskin

One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges

Continued from preceding page

are presenting the show with
designer Mary Ann Restivo
making a personal appear-
ance to preview her spring
'87 collection of contemporary
couture sportswear.
Cocktails and supper buffet
begin at 7:30, fashion show
and program at 9 p.m. .
with desserts and afterglow
at 10 ... Jimmy Launce will
be emcee for the evening.
Tickets are $40 per person
and $75 per couple ... with
part of the proceeds going to
Michigan Cancer Foundation
for cancer research, cancer
prevention and cancer patient
For ticket info, call Karen
Belluomo at Michigan Cancer
Foundation, 833-0710 exten-
sion 397, Monday-Friday, 8 to

available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

Tfuj owe faked Rudy Toga, et wen Wee
it gave hues at ofiiies.


call your host
PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI



Lunch, Dinner & Sunday Brunch at


Open Tuesday through Sunday,
Chinese and Deli Carryout,
Catering and Delivery also available.

6724 Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield, Ml 48033 • (313) 855-8433

Shanghai Shapiro's is now featuring Early Bird Specials

ONLY $4.95 4:00 p.m.— 6:00 p.m.

1. Chopped Sirloin
2. Liver & Onions
3. Chef's Salad
4. Fish & Chips


Low Cal Stir Fried Vegetables
Almond Boneless Chicken
Chicken Chow Mein
Pepper Beef

Includes soup or salad, ice cream or cookies and coffee or tea
Don't miss our Sunday Breakfast/Brunch Only $6.95 per person

62 Friday, March 13, 1987




opened March 15 of last year
on Northwestern Hwy. at 11
Mile Rd. service drive off
Telegraph, celebrates its first
Hampton Inns are part of a
new and growing division of
Holiday Corporation ... This
hotel was the 44th of a pr-
ojected 400 hotels to open ...
At this time, well over 100
have opened with many more
under construction.
Standard Hampton Inns in-
clude free continental break-
fast, free local calls and free
in-room movies ... The
Southfield hotel, managed by
Brenda Stahl, also has three
small meeting rooms, an in-
door pool, whirlpool and exer-
cise room.
TIME WAS . . . when pr-
ohibition was a disaster for
many, but the owners of
night clubs in Manhattan
never had it so good, either
before or since ... Consider
the attractions they could af-
ford to book ... all in New
York, and all flourishing at
the same time ... The Heigh
Ho Club featured dancing of
Fred and Adele Astaire, plus
the warbling of Rudy Vallee
. Libby Holman starred at
the Lido and Beatrice Lillie
at the Sutton Club ... At the
Fifty-Fourth Street Place,
Helen Morgan held forth, and
Sid Silvers and Phil Baker
starred at the Little Club ...
Joe Frisco was the stuttering
host at the Back Stage and
Clayton, Jackson and
Durante were smashing fur-
niture at the Club Durante


Add to all these celebrities
Paul Whiteman at the Frolic
and Clifton Webb at Ciro's
... No place had such a
lineup comparable to this
until Las Vegas ... with
Sammy Davis, Jr., Buddy
Hackett, Joey Bishop, Dean
Martin, Totie Fields, Sadler
and Young, Fats Domino,
Wayne Newton, Jack Carter,
Joan Rivers, Abbe Lane, Pat
Cooper, Johnnie Ray, Slappy
White, Allen and Rossi, Bob-

bie Gentry, Paul Anka, Barry
Manilow, Elvis Presley, John
Davidson, Tony Orlando,
Jackie Kahane, etc., etc., etc
... some good lounge acts
and the always fine variety

GUIDELINES for a low

cholesterol, low saturated
fat/triglyceride lowering diet
... by Beverly Peiss, regis-
tered dietician in the Car-
diovascular Fitness and Re-
habilitation Department at
Sinai Hospital ... Substitute
poultry, fish, veal, legumes
and seeds for red meat as
much as possible. If red meat
is eaten, use lean cuts and
trim all visible fat. Remove
skin from poultry before
cooking. Bake, broil, roast or
stew rather than fry, and
avoid commercially fried
foods. Use meat as a side dish
more often or use small
amounts in combination with
a grain such as rice or noo-
dles. Substitute skim milk for
whole milk. Replace cream
with skim milk or non-fat dry
milk powder. Substitute a
liquid margarine for butter or
shortening if you must use
fats at all.
Use only polyunsaturated
cooking oils. Substitute low
fat cheeses for regular
cheeses (Grams of fat need to
be less than 2 per ounce.)
Avoid high saturated fat,
baked and fried items such as
donuts, pastries, cheese cake,
pie, cake and cookies. Substi-
tute allowed ingredients in
home-baked foods such as
skim milk, egg substitutes
and "butter buds". Limit egg
yolks to 2 per week. Avoid
products containing coconut
or palm oil. Eliminate organ
meats (i.e. kidney, liver). In-
crease fiber consumption
from whole grain breads and
cereals, fruits, vegetables,
beans, peas and oats.
Read labels and avoid foods
that contain "hydrogenated"
or "partially hydrogenated"
vegetable fat as the first fat
listed on a label. Avoid foods
described as "non-dairy". Be-
ware of labels that claim that
the food product "contains no
animal fat" or has "zero
cholesterol" as such foods
may contain hydrogenated or
hardened vegetable oil. Reach
and/or maintain ideal body
weight. Avoid alcohol and
sweets. Do not skip meals!
Balance food intake through-
out the day.

Calligraphy Class

Registration for beginning
calligraphy classes has begun
at the Southfield Parks and
Recreation Building, 26000
Classes will be held 9:30 p.m.
Tuesdays beginning Apr. 7, at
Southfield's Art Center, 26080
Berg Road. There is a fee.

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