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February 05, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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LISTENING POST

DINNER PRICES BACK
TO 10 YEARS AGO

AT OUR SOUTHFIELD LOCATION
CELEBRATING IT'S

25TH ANNIVERSARY!

WING HONG

18203 W. 10 Mile Rd. at Southfield Rd. • 569-5527

r

YARD

BAR 13

1

PALL SPECIALT

BBQ SLAB
FOR 2 . . $10.55

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

L

BBQ CHICKEN
FOR 2 .. $6.951

Open
7 Days
11 a.m.-12 Mid.

EXPIRES 2-12-88

LUNCHEON SPECIAL—MON.-FRI. 11-4

HOMEMADE SOUP
AND SANDWICH $375

COUPON ORDERS

DINE-IN OR
CARRY-OUT

(Except Bar-B-1) Rib)

FARMINGTON HILLS — 851.7000 .1
31006 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT 14

LIVONIA — 427-6500
30843 PLYMOUTH RD.

1 COUPON T

2 FOR 1

Monday Thru Saturday 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

•CHICKEN KABOB
• KAFTA KABOB
•ORANGE ROUGHY
• BAKED CHICKEN
•STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES • SHAWARMA

75

FOR
2

INCLUDES SOUP OR SALAD, RICE & PITA BREAD
• No Other Discounts - • Expires 2-14-88

CARRY-OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE. ASK ABOUT OUR DELIVERY SPECIAL

KABOB GRILL
557-5990

29702 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 12 1/2 MILE (In Southfield Plaza)

Open Monday thru Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

TRAYS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

-

TCOU PONT

FREE

„IN

1

ASK ABOUT OUR
ALLOCCASION CATERING

SECOND DINNER WITH PURCHASE OF
ANY DINNER EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE

• VALID 5 p.m. to 9 P.m.
• Expires 2-29-88
DINE IN ONLY
L

OUR FAMOUS DELI FOR 4

ONLY $1000

— INCLUDES —

• 1/2 lb. CORNED BEEF • 1/2 lb. PASTRAMI
• CHOICE OF 1 LB. COLE SLAW OR POTATO SALAD
• LOAF OF RYE BREAD
• DILL PICKLES,
OF COURSE

EVERGREEN PLAZA
12 MILE AND
EVERGREEN

557-8899

58

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1988

Local Winner Will Tool
Around For A Good Cause

J

ou Golden is more
than just head of
Commodity Steel and
Processing and Commodity
Steel International . . . He's
probably one of the finest un-
sung humanitarians around.
Few people hear much
about Lou . . . whose favorite
charity is Haifa University in
Israel . . . Due to the increase
in refugees from Ethiopia,
Lebanon and the Soviet
Union during past several
years, demand for money by
Haifa University has become
much greater . . . U of H pro-
vides outreach services to
these new citizens as well as
those who have served Israel
. . . and the outreach fund-
raising activities have been
accelerated.
Lou has donated a 1987
Sterling 825SL four-door
coupe to be raffled March 1 in
New York . . . Only 600
tickets have been issued with
about one-quarter coming to
the Midwest chapter here in
Detroit.
CONGRATS. . . . to Bluma
Siegal . . . on her birthday.
THANK YOU Dept. . . .
from Heidi Press, news editor
of The Jewish News . . . "My
sister, Melissa Press Downey,
niece Jessica and I would like
to publicly thank the Hyatt
Regency's director of food and
beverge, David Horowitz, and
server Mike Raveschot, for
their kindness during a re-
cent visit there. While having
lunch at Kafay's in the hotel,
my niece complained that her
finger hurt. Some salt from
her French fries had gotten
into a cut she had gotten on
her finger the day before. At
a loss for a Band Aid, we ask-
ed Mr. Horowitz and Mr.
Raveschot for help and both
immediately rushed to our
assistance, making sure that
everything was all right. We
are grateful for their help."
CONGRATS. . . . to Donna
and Phil Rosen . . . on their
anniversary.
SIDNEY ALEXANDER,
JR. sends the classified sec-
tion from the Detroit Jewish
Chronicle of April 25, 1947 (it
was bought out by The Jewish
News in 1954) . . . "Anyone
thinking that 'companion
ads' are new will receive a
real blow. Also note the apart-
ments for rent and the side
deals required or offered." .. .
One of the personals sent by
Sid: "Would like to meet male
companion about 40 or older.

Would help him finance
business." . . . An apartment
for rent says, "3-room apart-
ment for rent, Sturtevant-
Wildemere section, in ex-
change for a new car, General
Motors or Chrysler make,
standard price."
WINSHIP REUNION,
classes of '64, '65 and '66, is
being formed . . . Call Phyllis
Sharon Jarvis, 852-3862, or
Beverly Band Scharg,
626-4915.
EVER NOTICE how your
neighborhood "drug store"
has become more and more
other than that? . . . Just
about the only things you
can't buy there now are meats
and vegetables . . . Don't
know how Efros Drugs does it
. . . still being a drug store
that is a drug store . . . but it
is a great discovery by many.
"I DO DEPT. . . . Phyllis
Mengel and clothier Max
Green set for a ringing ses-
sion this summer.
MARCH OF DIMES
Sweetheart Ball this year has
a new flair through the efforts
of Leah Marks Productions
. . . A silent auction will be

held during the cocktail hour.
Bricker-Tunis Furs has
donated a biege snakeskin
silk raincoat with Russian
Fitch lining valued at $3,200
which will be modeled by the
creme de la creme of society
. . . models will wear jewelry
from Lavdas Jewelry . . . and
Paul and Sue Nine are giving
a package to Grand Traverse
Resort valued at about
$1,000.
March of Dimes is
celebrating its 16th annual
Sweetheart Ball, Feb. 13, at
the Westin Hotel, 6:30 p.m.
. . . Tickets are $150 to the
black tie event . . . Call
Georgia Olsen, 423-3207, for
more information.
RIKKI'S American Grill
restaurant of Franklin is clos-
ed for finalization during
negotiations of its sale .. .
Selling Rikki's rather than
just operating it enables the
corporate team to put more
attention on the growth of
Charley's Restaurants.
TOMORROW night is
Temple Israel Couples Club
bingo fundraiser at Jewish
Community Center, Drake
and Maple, 7:30 p.m.

I ENTERTAINMENT I

Chajes Concert Slated

The next concert of the Cha-
jes Music Fund Concert
Series will be Feb. 14 at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The concert, which will be
at 3:30 p.m. in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater, will feature
Paul Olefsky, cellist, and
Paulina Stark, soprano, in a
program of music by Chajes,
Bizet, Moussorgsky and
others.
Olefsky is professor of cello
at the University of 'Ibxas and
co-ordinator of the Emanual
Feuermann Memorial Inter-
national Solo Competition
and Symposia. He is conduc-
tor of the Oxford, England
Festival and was first prize
winner at Naumberg.
Olefsky has been a soloist
with the NBC, Philadelphia,
Chicago, Austin and Euro-
pean Symphonies. His solo
recordings are with Monitor,
Vox and MHS Labels.
Ms. Stark is professor of
voice at the University of
Massachusetts-Amherst. She
has appeared as soloist with
orchestras throughout the
world, including Orchestre
Nationale De Monte Carlo,
Halle (England), Houston and

Paul Olefsky

Dallas Symphonies, and most
recently with the Jerusalem
Symphony in Israel.
Stark has had leading roles
with the Houston Grand
Opera and has appeared as
cantorial soloist in chamber
music recitals and as soloist
on numerous Spectrum
Recordings. The next one to
be released in 1988 will

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