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October 02, 1987 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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I LISTENING POST

Lunch
11 a.m.

Dinner
4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

I

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

LET US HOST YOUR SPECIAL OCCASION







WEDDINGS
BIRTHDAYS
RECEPTIONS
ANNIVERSARIES
REUNIONS

• BAR MITZVAHS
• BAT MITZVAHS
• BANQUETS
• MEETINGS
• HOLIDAYS

Exercise
regularly.

362-1262

Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg. • 725 W. Big Beaver at 175

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart lip
Association _}

Discover
a New World...True American

goodness...fresh, hearty, full of zest. That's
the new world of Bouquets, the serenely
elegant restaurant now open in the Radisson
Plaza Hotel at Town Center.

Mesquite-grilled or smoked meats and
poultry. Seafood only hours out of the
oceans. Desserts raised to an art form—like
Michigan apple tart, warm and fragrant,
topped with a scoop of homemade ice cream.

Toast the Land of Plenty with a fine wine
from Greater Detroit's most complete
selection of premium American vintages. Or
reserve a stock of your personal favorites in
one of Bouquets' private wine bins.

Explore the new world of American cuisine.
Bouquets. Unforgettable.

Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Dinners: 5:30-10:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday.

For reservations: 827-4143

Radisson Plaza Hotel

(71; At Town Center

1500 Town Center
Southfield, Michigan 48075

60

FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1987

Jewish News Picnic
Is Tossing Success

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

y

ou're hired ... Lauri
Bolte ... to put on

picnics and whatever
' parties for me . . . anyday .. .
Lauri and her crew of guys
and gals helpers did the out-
door bar-b-q recently for The
Jewish News employees and
families at Southfield Civic
Center Park.
Baseball, horseshoes, egg
tossing (with raw eggs),
pretzel eating (then whistling
in next person's wet pretzel-
plugged ear), volleyball and
much conviviality . . . plus a
lot of goodies for folks .. .
kosher hot dogs and ham-
burgers, baked beans, chips,
etc.
Swell weather ordered by
Lauri . . . Rains came for just
a short while but bar-b-q pic-
nic was under the wooded
covering at Southfield Park
. . . Rick "The Slick" Nessel
flipped the hamburgers a la
his amateur yoemanship,
"Rumor" Randy Marcuson
turned hot dogs on another
grill when not smootcheroo-
ing with gal friend. (He's got
a right. They'll soon be
engaged.)
Just about everybody chip-
ped in to make for a good time
had by all . . . Only reason for
food left over was because
Ralph Orme didn't show up.
CONGRATS . . . to Fanny
Weiner . . . on her 85th
birthday.
MARV TAMAROFF will
be Man of The Year . . . at
Beth Yehudah dinner this
year . . . Nov. 22, Westin
Hotel.
WILL PROBABLY be a
sellout this year . . . banquet
by Michigan Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame . . . Oct. 12 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek . . . so
give Elayne Wolfson a fast
call at 541-1323 . . . Plus in-
duction of the late Herman
Fishman, basketball great
Myron "Susie" Schechter and
national champ footballer
Dan Dworsky, Don Canham,
athletic director at Universi-
ty of Michigan, will be given
the first Alvin N. Foon
Memorial Award . . . besides
being the main speaker.
CONGRATS . . . to Gail
and Skip Laudicina . . . on
their eighth anniversary.
FOR SURE there'll be
nary a ticket to be had . . . as
usual . . . so get on the stick
as soon as possible . . . and
call Arlene Miller, 855-2246,
or Lorraine Starr, 357-5526
. . . for those precious ducats
to Infants Service Group 56th

year celebration luncheon,
Oct. 21, at Knollwood Coun-
try Club . . . with fashion
show produced by Leah
Marks . . . Never aging
chairgal Eleanor Riseman
and Evelyn Roth, her assis-
tant, will head the event.
BOO BOO Dept. . . . by
American Marketing
Association . . . It picked date
for cocktails and dinner at
Embassy Suites Hotel . . . on
Rosh Hashanah eve.
CONGRATS . . . to Elaine
and Sol Lewis . . . on their
40th anniversary . . . Those
who've seen the invitation to
Oct. 10 shindig may not know
it, but that certainly is Elaine
and Sol at their wedding .. .
Sure I was there.
33RD ANNUAL banquet
by Crescent Shrine Club .. .
is Oct. 11 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue . . . Black tie op-
tional . . . cocktails 6 p.m.,
dinner 7 p.m. . . . Ron Coden
and group will furnish enter-
tainment for Crescent fez-ites
and their gals . . . which is top
news . . . Ron is real good.
MANY SCHOOLS or
groups having reunions are
taking away the personal
touch of their gala occasions
by having professional
organizations do all the con-
tacting for them . . . I unders-
tand how limited time is for
many ex-grads, and that the
pros serve a major purpose .. .
but for goodness sake, don't
take away that personal
touch . . . it's so very
important.
GOOD TO HEAR . . . that
caterer Al Rosenberg . . . is
out of the hospital . . . and
recuperating at home.
125 MEMBERS meet mon-
thly to plan affairs . . . of new
Greater Detroit Club of
Florida . . . at Towne Center,
Boca Raton . . . Next meeting
is Oct. 20 . . . For information,
call Al Rose, president,
305-487-7041 . . . The former
JWV commander here is
visiting with friends and
relatives in the locale for next
couple of weeks.
ERIC HEAD had been a
copywriter/producer at
Simons Michelson Zieve up
till recently . . . Now Eric is
the agency's creative super-
visor, reporting to Larry
Steinberg, creative director.
ALL DAY Sunday she had
observed her husband glued
to the TV football games
(when the players weren't on
strike) and finally, in ex-
asperation, she shouted, "You
love football more than you
love me" . . . "That's true," he
admitted. "But I love you
more than basketball."

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