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March 20, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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FAMILY
Since 1954
RESTAURANT
• COCKTAILS •
22140 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
544-7933

RIALTO

MAHAL

OPEN 7 DAYS FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER

Featuring OUR FAMOUS

REGULAR AND 8-COURSE DINNERS

ENTERTAINMENT

TAJ

CHILDREN'S MENU
AVAILABLE

NOW OPEN AT
ITS NEW LOCATION

Danny Raskin

Continued from preceding page

SOUTHFIELD PLAZA

SOUTHFIELD RD. & 12Y2 MILE
559-2201

beginning April 11 ... Con-
tact JCC Cultural Arts Dept.,
661-1000 ... Adele Silver or
Esther Tuchleper.

Featuring

CANADIAN MER-
CHANTS and designers are

North Indian Moghul Dining

crossing the border to open
fashion boutiques in West
Bloomfield.
Bob Gottlieb of Toronto re-
cently signed lease at The
Boardwalk on Orchard Lake
Road for his women's clothing
shop, "Divine Knits" ...
Manufactured in Toronto and
sold only in their own shops,
"Divine Knits" are now in
several cities here ... Also on
The Boardwalk is Manny
Chua of Toronto, owner of a
"Benetton" sportswear shop
... and Joyce Pasman, owner
with sister Ada Laven, who
commutes daily from Windsor
to her women's boutique,
"The Clothes Pin."
At Sugar Tree, just north
of Maple on Orchard Lake
Road, is the "Marilyn
Brook's" shop ... A Canadian
dress designer, she sells only
her own fashions in the West
Bloomfield store managed by
Nancy Saltsman ... Marilyn
has several boutiques in
Canada and one in San Fran-
cisco . . . "Corporation Cor-
tina" owner Diane Dickinson,
also a Toronto gal, is at
Sugar Tree with her "non
gender" clothing operation.
AS USUAL, you couldn't
count the amount of dishes
put out by executive Chef
Marty Wilk ... there was so
much ... plus pastries galore
... Coconut chicken went
first, of course.
It was ninth anniversary of
Excalibur on Franklin and
Northwestern Hwy. at 12
Mile Rd . . . with one-nighter
for listening and dancing by
Ortheia Barnes and her fine
group .. ..for the wall-to-wall
people.
UPCOMING EVENTS At
Wonderland Mall, Middlebelt
and Plymouth in Livonia, in-
clude Arts & Crafts Show
this weekend during mall
hours, Monday through
Saturday 10 to 9, and Sunday
12 noon to 5.
Handcrafted displays will
include metal and glass
sculptures, glass blowing,
country and fabric crafts,
lamps, jewelry, wooden crafts,
quilts, candles, pottery and
many more arts and crafts.
It's Antique Show during
mall hours through Sunday

• FISH • CHICKEN • LAMB
• BEEF • VEGETABLES

Beau jacks

All Home Cooking

15% SENIOR CITIZENS

(Sun. Only)

OPEN 7 DAYS

Food & Spirits

MON.-SAT. 11-11, Sun. & Hol. 2-10

Specializing in one-half pound Ground
Rounds, which are highly regarded by sev-
eral Detroit publications. Also, fresh seafood
daily, entree size salads, and a special
menu from American Heart Association
(which we were first in Michigan to present).

Carry-Out
& Catering

Lunch and
Dinner Specials

FIND

Dress: Casual, Credit Cards: American Ex-
press, Diners Club, Master Card and Visa,
Open: 6 days, Lunch and Dinner and Sun-
day Dinner 4 p.m. til 9:00 p.m.

IN THE

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, MI • 1 block W. of Telegraph • 626-2630

For an outstanding dining
experience ... lunch or dinner,
select from our new menu or one
of Chef Heinz Menguser's daily
features . . . including a variety of
fresh fish.

Your affair will be a memorable one, tastefully planned by Donna Rosen,
Banquet & Catering Manager, who will as usual, make that important event
an unforvatable one.

Seating up to 250

Call Donna at 642-8890

The team of Chef Heinz Menguser and Donna Rosen . . . together with Jacques
exceptional staff and service and beautiful decor . . . is your assurance of a
truly wonderful occasion.

• Bar Mitzvahs
• Bat Mitzvahs
• Sweet 16s

• Weddings
• Showe,rs
• Anniversaries

• Company Parties
• Meetings
• Banquets

For dinner and lunch reservations:

30100 Telegraph Road, north of 12 Mile Road, Bingham Farms

642-3131

Wonderland Mall is at
corner of Middlebelt and
Plymouth Roads in Livonia.
THREE SHOWS for price
of two ... is by Attic Theatre
. The Miss Firecracker Con-
test comedy about small town
girl who competes in July 4
beauty contest is through
Sunday . . . Back In The
World about four black Viet-
nam vets telling their stories
in explosive, powerful
monologues is April 17 to

-

66 Friday, March 20, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

May 17 ... and My Name Is
Alice revue combining bouncy

music, witty patter and loads
of laughs is June 26 to July
26 . . . Attic Theatre is on
Third and West Grand Blvd.
in New Center Theater dis-
trict.
JOE FINEGAN of Far-
mington Hills Holiday Inn's
Maxwell's restaurant was
winner of regional HI All-
American Sweet Stakes
competition held in Ann
Arbor ... Entry was a choco-
late nancea cake with ganash
filling.

PROFESSIONAL
STAND-UP comedy in the

1891 Room Comedy Club at
Historic Holly Hotel on
Battle Alley in Holly, Mich.,
has Thursdays (9 p.m.) Fri-
day and Saturday (8:30 and
10:30) shows ... Tonight and
tomorrow night are Norma
Zager, Marti Micoli and Ted
Norkey ... March 26, 27 and
28 are Norma, Ruban
Cuajardo and Craig McCart
... Thursday $5, Friday $6,
and Saturday $7.

CHUCK MUER RES-
TAURANTS in metropolitan

Detroit, St. Clair and Toledo,
along with the Blue Waters
Sports Fishing Association
will be co-sponsoring the
Ninth Annual Salmon
Stakes, April 25, at Chuck's
River Crab eatery in St. Clair
... Proceeds from the annual
fundraiser will be given to
the Alice C. McKinnon Fam-
ily Center in Port Huron, op-
erated by the Blue Water
Mental Health and Child
Guidance Clinic to aid abused
or neglected children and
their families.

FROM HEIDI PRESS
The Jewish News' local news

editor ... "My friend, Ellen
Hechler, and I had a terrific
dinner at Norm's on Franklin
Rd. in Southfield last week,
but what really made it even
more special was our waiter,
Rob Rosner. He was really
cheerful and brought us our
drinks and dinners quickly.
He has a real out-going per-
sonality and a sense of
humor. It was a pleasure
being served by him."

Harvey Ovshinsky
To Speak At Center

Documentary producer, and
screenwriter Harvey Ov-
shinsky will speak at the
Jewish Community Center, 8
p.m. April 4, in the Helen
DeRoy Auditorium. He will
speak on "Detroit as a Source
of Drama and Story Telling."
Ovshinsky will also screen a
video tape of his documentary

City Nights.

Ovshinsky's talk is spon-
sored by the Jewish Parents
Institute (JPI). Admission is
free to JPI members; there is
a charge for the general pub-
lic.

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