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September 25, 1987 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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RESTAURANTS & PASTRY SHOPS

WISHES ALL OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR

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ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN,
Family & Staff

Of

IRVING'S

FAMILY DINING

IN LA MIRAGE MALL
29555 NORTHWESTERN HWY., BET. 12 & 13 MILE

352 3840

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Join In Extending Most Sincere
Wishes For a Joyful

NEW YEAR

May the call of the Shofar herald
a message of peace for the entire world.

We thank you for your gracious patronage ..
and most sincerely wish the very best in
health, happiness, joy and prosperity to all

We Will Close
Wed., Sept. 23 at 3 p.m.
Reopen Sat., Sept. 26 at 8 a.m.

We Will Close
Fri., Oct. 2 at 3 p.m.
Reopen Sun., Oct. 4 at 9 a.m.

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1987

Kingsley

Continued from Page 110

tremendous
challenge
because of the large number
of celebrants involved . . .
Jerry Zawideh, Sam's son and
general manager/food and
beverage, is in charge of the
parties which Kinglsey
caters.
One of the high points in
catering achievement for the
Kingsley staff took place this
summer at the former Walter
0. Briggs mansion in Bloom-
field Hills . . . now the home
of Audrey and Dr. Ben
Weinberg . . . the Weinbergs
treated 350 friends and fami-
ly members to a full-course
poolside meal . . . Occasion
was a pre-nuptial party for
their son, being married in
Chicago . . . in addition to
relying on Kingsley for the
party catering, 80 of the
guests stayed there also . . . so
a good deal of the shindig's
climate depended upon
Kingsley Inn living up to its
reputation.
As they mark their tenth
year at Kingsley Inn, the
Zawidehs continue to share in
the lives of their neighbors
. . . giving thanks for the op-
portunity of planning, super-
vising and catering the
celebrations that are so much
a part of Jewish life.
Although $4.5 million has
been spent renovating and ad-
ding accommodations and
features such as the indoor
atrium pool, whirlpool spa
and physical fitness facility,
the tradition of service that
began at Kingsley Inn in
1938 continues today and pro-
udly plays a part in the tradi-
tions of many families.
NINA MACHUS is the
new public relations coor-
dinator for Machus
Restaurants and Pastry
Shops . . . She is a cap 'n
gowner from University of
Michigan . . . with graduate
work done at Wayne State
University . . . Nina has been
director of vocal music for the
Cranbrook Schools, Bloom-
field Hills, past 18 years.
New promotions coor-
dinator for Machus, Tracey
Brown, is a recent graduate of
Michigan State University
. . . working in all seven
restaurants and three
bakeries . . . helping to pro-
mote in-house special
features.
POPULAR Broadway
musical Guys And Dolls
opens Meadow Brook
Theatre's 22nd season Oct. 8
on the campus of Oakland
University near Rochester.
Day before, Oct. 7, "An Even-
ing on the Aisle" benefit
begins the fall theatre season
at Meadow Brook . . . Festive
party starts at 6 p.m. with
cocktail buffet in the adjoin-
ing Meadow Brook Art

Gallery and foyer of the
theatre . . . In keeping with
the setting of the Guys And
Dolls musical, a Salvation Ar-
my band will perform in front
of the theatre and ushers will
wear Salvation Army
uniforms.
CHEF KEITH Famie of
Chez Raphael, will present a
three-part cooking class at
Farmington Community
Center, Farmington Road
north of Ten Mile . . . Classes
begin Oct. 19, 7 p.m. and
return on Nov. 11 and Dec. 14.
Keith has become one of
Michigan's most noted chefs
. . . He recently received na-
tional attention after organiz-
ing "Michigan Chefs Against
Hunger" . . . a series of
benefit dinners to aid the less
fortunate people of Detroit.
IT'LL BE A first-time ever
for Nancy Gurwin Produc-
tions . . . and the biggest
musical by her group yet .. .
Gypsy opens Oct. 10-25 at
Jewish Community Center
with a cast of 27 . . . Nancy
plays Mama Rose; Allison
Mould is Gypsy Rose Lee
(strip and all) and Edgar
Guest III will direct it ..
Shows will be Saturday even-
ings and Sunday matinee and
evenings.
HEINZ MENGUSER is
now a partner at Benjie's
Seafood Restaurant on Cass
Lake Rd., owned by Benjie
Pearlman . . . The dining
spot's menu will be expanded
to include veals, lambs,
sautees, etc. . . . It'll be 70 per-
cent fish and 30 percent
otherwise now.
ALMOST 1,000 people
jammed Nicky's for its fourth
anniversary party . . . and
folks ate so good and so much
that no food left at 10:30 p.m.
. . . Naturally, the coconut
shrimp went first . . . much
before this time . . . As usual,
a sumptous sweet table was
an evening highlight . . . from
chocolate mousse on . . . And
for the fourth year, guys 'n
gals had their caricatures
done free on the occasion.
Restaurant and nitery
gents came to congratulate
white tuxedo'd owners Nick
Sorise and John Reaser .. .
Reid Ashton, Golden
Mushroom; 'Ibny Them Pointe
Bar-B-Q; Mark Papasian,
Jukebox; Ray Thomas,
Premier Center; Chuck Ar-
cher, Excalibur . . . and more
. . . Newscaster Bill Bonds
was at Nicky's and later on
the TV screen over its bar .. .
Waitresses were congenial in
the happy madhouse . . . and
we had a-good one . . . Debbie
Panbin.
MIKE KRALEVIC is the
new director of sales and
marketing at Michigan Inn
on J.L. Hudson Dr.

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