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November 20, 1987 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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LUNCH SPECIAL

ANY SANDWICH
OF YOUR
CHOICE
$200
Expires 11-26-87
Limit

2 • Dine In Only

LISTENING POST

15%
OFF
YOUR TOTAL BILL

1

WITH THIS COUPON

(Except Specials) • Expires 11.26-87

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DO
BEST!

Pet Spa In Dallas
Has Coco Begging

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE NEXT TO ZOO

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QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

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[ OPEN 7 DAYS I

Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE

559-8222

TWO•FOR-ONE BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENU

Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

1. BROCCOLI & CHEESE OMELETTE
$5.95 2. BROCCOLI & HAM OMELETTE
3.IRISH OMELETTE (onion, green pepper, bacon, sour cream)
4.WESTERN OMELETTE
$5.95 5. GYRO OMELETTE

$5.95
$5.95
$5.95

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASHBROWNS AND TOAST

TWO-FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. . . . WITH SOUP OR SALAD, RICE OR POTATOES

1. USDA CHOICE N.Y. STEAK
$1125
3. FRESH BROILED BONELESS WHITEFISH . $10.45
5.BROILED HADDOCK
$8.95
7.CHICKEN PARMESAN
$8.95
9. SHRIMP-IN-A-BASKET
$7.95
11. CHICKEN KEBAB
$9.75
13. BAKED KIBBEH
$8.95
15. CHOPPED SIRLOIN
$8.95
NO COUPON

2. FRESH BROILED BONELESS RAINBOW TROUT$8.95
4. BROILED ORANGE ROUGHY
$10.45
6.FRESH VEAL PARMESAN
$8.95
8.SPAGHETTI & MEAT SAUCE
$7.95
10. SHISH KEBAB (MADE WITH FILET MIGNON). $10.45
12. KAFTA KEBAB
$8.75
14. STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES
$8.95
16. LIVER & ONIONS
$7.95
NECESSARY

OPEN MON.-FRI. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. • SAT. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. • SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Merhirethees

here's a spa in Dallas,
Tex. where folks can
bring their dogs and
cats for the royal treatment
also . . . a separate building
has the animals getting
massages . . . and even wat-
ching their own closed circuit
programs on television . . . If
this is leading a cat's or dog's
life, they're all for it . . . I ask-
ed my poodle, Coco, what he
thought of the idea . . . he
wagged his tail and woofed
with glee in anticipation .. .
Sorry, Coco, you'll have to
wait until one opens up in
this area.
Hilda Erman just returned
from Argyle Spa in Dallas,
with former Detroiters
Marian Altman and Bill
Elkus, both now living in
Florida.
It's owned by Bill's
daughter, Sue Goldstein,
author of The Underground
Shopper a book about dis-
count stores around the coun-
try . . . plus books on health
and fitness . . . on 14
beautifully-manicured acres
. . . Dress is very informal,
and it came as a surprise to
the guests that recent open-
ing was to be "black tie" .. .
Clever Sue had her staff
make black ties with Argyle
Spa logos on them for the
guests to wear . . . and so it
was an "official black tie
event?'
Hilda, by the way, fost
almost five pounds in one
week . . . and can't wait to
return . . . Coco can't wait for
one to open here.
JEFF ZIMMERMAN,
general manager of the new
Light's Fine Jewelry in Birm-
ingham, is a gent many folks
on the northwest know well
. . . His experience and
reputation, like that of owner
Larry Light, is very highly
respected.
CONGRATS. . . . to Ada
and Nate Moiseev . . . on their
recent 40th anniversary .. .
celebrated at Chez Raphael
dinner . . . with son Neil and
Ann Moisev coming in from
New Jersey; son Andy and
Marla Moiseev, and daughter,
46th District Judge Susan
Moiseev.
WHEN A DISEASE such
as Alzheimer's strikes home,
the fervent effort of fight is so
much more prevalent . . . This
is the case with community-
ites Marlene Borman, chair-
man of the Chocolate Jubilee
by Alzheimer's Disease and
Related Disorders, Dec. 6, 2 to
5, at Somerset Inn, Troy .. .

and Doreen Hermelin, also a
chairperson, both of whom
have family members with
the affliction.
Sort of a "kick-off' was at
Chocolatissimo on The Board-
walk where the cholocate
goodies were but a very, very
tiny sample of what's in store
for Dec. 6 . . . Nothing to com-
pare with the chocolate can-
dies, truffles, ice cream, etc.
. . . in the realistic vision of a
wide-eyed chocoholic's
dream-come-true.
Jubilee admission will be
$35 in advance, $30 at door
. . . Patrons' brunch prior to
the Chocolate Jubilee is $100
per person . . . For reserva-
tions, make checks out to
ADRA, 17251 W. 12 Mile Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48076 . . . Call
Dian Wilkins, executive
director for more info,
557-8277.
CONGRATS. . . . to Oak
Park Mayor Charlotte Roths-
tein . . . on her birthday.
IT'S TIME again for the
annual Phi Delta Epsilon
medical fraternity's yearly
fundraiser in conjunction
with the Arthritis Founda-
tion, Detroit Chapter . . . The
affair for guys 'n gals under
20 this year will be the
group's sixth annual
Thanksgiving Bash, Nov. 25,
9 p.m., at Gary Fried's Isis in
Pontiac . . . Each year, as col-
lege students come home for
Thanksgiving, many look for-
ward to this shindig.
SISTERHOOD of Temple
Beth El has been having an
ongoing dialogue between
Christians and Jews with the
men and women of St. Aidans
Roman Catholic Church in
Livonia . . . who, this year,
have invited temple's
members and teenage
children as their guests at a
Holocaust memorial service
and dinner . . . Their "Break-
ing Bread In Remembrance"
is Dec. 6, 5:45 p.m. . . . For
more info and reservations,
call Marlene Goodman,
661-4465.
CONGRATS. . . . to
Frances Labensky . . . on her
recent birthday . . . She ac-
companied sisters Ann Leder-
man and Miriam Bloom plus
nieces Letty Goldsmith and
Ilene Goodman on plane trip
to Chicago . . . joining Marsha
Labensky, Frances' daughter
now living in the Windy Ci-
ty, for festivities and dinner
at Ambassador Hotel's famed
Pump Room.
NOW COCO won't even eat
any of the treats I give him
until he goes to that kind of
spa Hilda Erman tells about
. . . Talk abdut spoiled brats!

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