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September 16, 1988 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-16

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I LISTENING POST

DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE

8634 COOLEY LAKE RD., 1/2 Mile West of Union Lake

Appearing Fri. & Sat.

Magic Comedy Show

Antipasto Salad...
and the #1 rated
Pizza in town

with

JEFF HOBSON & MIKE RIDLEY

Call For Reservations: 363-9469

Leukemia Patient
Needs Marrow Donor

PARTY ROOM
FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs.
Fri. & Sat. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Closed Sun.

• Showers
• Meetings
• Etc.

SERVING BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

HOME-MADE COOKING

I

TRAY CATERING FOR YOUR NEXT AFFAIR OUR SPECIALTY

TRY OUR
SUMMER SALADS

FARMINGTON

The Pike Street Restaurant

Enjoy The Wonderful Cuisine
Of It's

-4370 Highland Rd. (N1-59)
(conio of Po uiac Lake Rd.)

855.4600

683.3636

Send Someone
Special a Gift
52 Weeks a Year.

Award Winning Executive Chef

Brian Polcyn

FINE DINING ... CATERING . . . BANQUET FACILITIES

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subscription to

Let Us Help You Plan Your All-Occasion Parties

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31646 Norihwt,tern Hwy.
(corn, of &Ida:belt/

Bring this ad in for...
any Large Pizza
$ 2°FF or Large Antipasto
or Large Greek Salad
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Invites You To

Call For Further
Information & Reservations

THE

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JEWISH NEWS!

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DINING

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WALLED LAKE, MI

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RESTAURANT
LOCATED ON
NORTH SHORE
OF WALLED LAKE

TWELVE
OAKS MALI

Enjoy Carribean cuisine in a tropical
atmosphere - all year round. Featuring:
Tropical & American Cuisine
Fresh Seafood Specials Daily
Authentic Key Lime Pie • Tropical Drinks

Wishing all our friends & customers
a healthy & happy New Year I

669-1441

for reservations

Major Credit Cards Accepted. Casual Dining.

Welcome to . . .

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OPEN 7 DAYS

Ana's 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.

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST

TWO-FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Served

. WITH SOUP OR SALAD. RICE OR POTATOES
• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

10% OFF EARLY BIRD

ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

DINNER SPECIALS

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

NEW MENU!
SAME LOW
PRICES!

NO COUPON
NECESSARY!

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68

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1988

Local Columnist

• Bar Mitzvahs
• Bat Mitzvahs

681-3537

3258 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

DANNY RASKIN

I

A life is at stake . . . that of
Ira Jannett, 41-year-old son of
Marian and Sam Jannett.
Ira has leukemia . . . and
the lookout is for someone to
match his blood for a bone
marrow transplant . . . Not
much is needed . . . and accor-
ding to statistics, success
rates are very high.
Donors must be 18 to 55 in
age . . . Those who aren't
eligible or want to help out in
another way can send a tax
deductible donation . . . Call
Kathy Pedit, 855-0620, for
more information.
TAMAROFF Motor Mall
. . . Possibility on Telegraph,
sounds great, doesn't it?
KINDA' CUTE . . . the
name of new puppy owned by
Suzie and Blair Kamin .. .
They call their pet "Fairway"
because Blair is nuts about
golfing.
OVER 5,000 cars were
recently dolled up in the one-
day 99' scrubbings by Jax
Kar Wash's nine locales to
help fight birth defects .. .
For every car washed, Jax
also donated $1 to the March
of Dimes.
CONGRATS . . . to Mollie
Cooper . . . on her 80th birth-
day . . . celebrated at Mar-
maduke's on Haggerty . . .
with 25 including children
and grandchildren.
OPTICAL TRADE jour-
nal Eyecare Business recent-
ly did feature article on Les
Lee Roland . . . She returned
from New York after meeting
with international designers
to help select winning
eyestyles for 1989.
FASHION SHOW both on
and off the runway . . . was re-
cent Fall Fashion Spectacular
VIII to benefit the Fashion
Group of Detroit Educational
Fund . . . Sidney Krandall &
Sons, Kosins, Leotards
Etcetera, Loretta Lorion, Roz
& Sherm, Saks Fifth Ave.,
Jacobson's, Lord & Taylor,
Bonwit Teller, Crowley's,
Hudson's, Burberry's .. .
among the 17 fashion
exhibitors.
Lovely Linda Solomon,
TV-2 reporter and photog, in
a teal jacket while mom Mona
Rappaport wore chartreusse
. . . both looking like they
stepped off the stage in
shades of green that are con-
sidered hot colors now . . .
Linda interviewed Bernard
Holtzman of Harve Benard,
in town for Sak's local
General Manager David
Richards.

Styles everywhere . . .
Estelle Cantor, Alvira
Perlman, Claire Kay, Millie
Jacobson, Florine Mark Ross,
Rae Sharfman, Suzy Farb-
man, Marilyn Pollack, Kitty
Wagner, Maureen Feder,
Phyllis Popa, Theresa Selvag-
gio, Fashion Group of Detroit
president, and so many many
gals dressed to the hilt . . . in
the two-fold fashion show .. .
both on and off the runway.
MARION
HANDLEMAN, president of
Meadow Brook Gallery
Association for the past 10
years, is being honored by the
MBG with an exhibit she's
seen before . . . Meadow
Brook Art Gallery opens its
1988-89 season with "Con-
temporary Art from the Col-
lection of Marion and David
Handleman" . . . The
American scene movements

since mid 1950s will be Oct.
2-Nov. 6.

LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryear .. .
AUG. 24, 1956 . . . "Moe
Miller tells story about the
rabbi who visited a Jewish
restaurant on New York's
lower east side . . . He was
served by a Chinese waiter
who made suggestions and
then took his order, all in
Jewish . . . After dinner, the
rabbi called over the pro-
prietor, a friend of his . . .
me,' he whispered, 'Isn't it
strange that you have a
Chinese waiter who speaks
`Jewish?' . . . `Sh-h-h; motion-
ed the restaurateur. 'He
thinks he's learning
English.' "
JULY 20, 1957 . . . "Henry
Fineman took the phone at
Humane Society to answer a
complaint, and asked the
woman on the other end of
the line what the society
could do for her . . . She
demanded that an officer be
sent immediately to her
house . . . Harry asked what
the trouble was, and the
woman replied, 'There's a
mean man from some com-
pany sitting on top of a car
out front teasing my poor box-
er.' "
JULY 27, 1958 . . . "Tuck-
ed in his bed, little Ronnie
Kovan was up when mother,
Mrs. Samuel Kovan, came in-
to the room to kiss him good-
night . . . wearing a revealing,
off-the-shoulder cocktail dress
. . . He asked where she was
going all dressed up and Mrs.
Kovan replied that she and
daddy were going to a wed-
ding reception . . . 'But, gee
mommy,' said little Ronnie,
`ain't ya' scared somebody
might see you?' "

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