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November 04, 1988 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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magine a holiday filled with all the prestige, sun and fun that
Scottsdale has to offer. Imagine a family holiday at Scottsdale's
most luxurious 40-acre desert resort, the renowned Sheraton
Scottsdale.
We've put together a variety of daily activities that every one,
young and old, can enjoy. In addition, we've reduced the prices
on a variety of our spacious, finely-appointed suites by as much
as $65 a night just for this holiday package.
There's swimming in our five heated pools and soaking in Arizona's
largest whirlpool spa. Tennis, golf and racquetball. Aerobics .classes
and scenic morning jogs. Cocktail parties, holiday entertainment
and a whole lot more, induding a complete children's program.
So wrap up your last minute holiday shopping with a simple
phone call. Reserve your suite for the holidays today. Call your
travel agent or 1-800-832-2025 toll-free, and ask for our free "Holiday
Suites With All The Trimmings" brochure.

*Per suite, per night. Based on space available. Not valid for prior reservations or groups. Applicable
taxes and gratuities additional. Ask for the "Holiday Suites" when calling for reservations.

SHERATON
SCOTTSALE
D
RESORT

The Heart of the Desert Scene
7200 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253, (602) 948-5000
Toll-Free Reservations (800) 832-2025. Or call your travel agent.

DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE
BOB POSCH

8635 Cooley Lake Road, 1/2 Mile West of Union Lake Road

COMEDY SHOW

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT

Call For Reservations: 363-9469

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1988

IF YOU WANT

v Competitive Rates
V Tax Advantages
✓ Complete Safety

BUY U.S.
SAVINGS BONDS
Where you bank.

Night With You" (60 minutes)
summer of '89.
RESTAURANT OPEN-
ING in Drake Summit Shop-
ping Plaza at former locale of
Dimitri's Wildflower and
Oliverio's . . . will be Panda
. . . 200-seater Cantonese,
Szechuan, Hong Kong, Amer-
ican . . . and gourmet Orien-
tal specialties . . . Also exotic
drinks a la Trader Vic's .. .
Panda is expected to open
around Nov. 15.
NO MORE mistakes in jot-
ting down phoned-in requests
at her Maxine's Seafood Cafe
in Hollywood, Calif. .. .
Owner Maxine Weinman has
put in a mighty handy piece
of equipment . . . a fax
machine . . . Many of the
messages, up to 20 fax orders
a day, are from show biz
customers who enjoy drawing
pictographic orders . . . Max-
ine's only regret is that she
can't fax the food back to her
customers.
RECENT VARIETY Club
of Detroit "Meet Us At
Mario's" celebration of
Mario's 40th anniversary
brought in $2,600 for the
Variety youngsters.
SPORTS BUFFS will
want to see Jerry Markbreit,
one of the National Football
League's top referees . . . Nov.
16, 7 p.m., at Jewish Book
Fair of Jewish Community
Center, West Bloomfield .. .
Sponsored here by the Michi-
gan Jewish Sports Hall of
Fame, Markbreit was only 47
when the youngest man to
referee a Super Bowl game in
1982 between the Miami
Dolphins and Washington
Redskins . . . His new book is
Born to Referee
PRE-SHOW LECTURE
and buffet at St. Regis on
Grand Boulevard, Nov. 13,
4:45 p.m. til 6 p.m., will give
further insight into the
humorous antics of Gilbert &
Sullivan's popular operetta,
Pirates of Penzance, appearing
that evening at the Fisher
Theater . . . It'll also give
Michigan Opera Theatre
goers the luxury of parking in
advance.
HOME 4 HOLIDAYS Gala
on Ice by WDIV-TV for Ron-
ald McDonald House in
Detroit, Dec. 10, will be in
partnership with the City of
Southfield . . . The live
90-minute special television
show will be hosted by WDIV
news anchors Mort Crim and
Carmen Harlan, sportscaster
Bernie Smilovitz and
weathercaster Chuck Gadica.
The show will emanate
from the Southfield Ice Arena
. . . In conjunction with the
show, Southfield Pavillion on
Civic Center Drive will have
food presentations by 26 area
restaurants, auction and live

floor show including perfor-
mance by Detroit Lions wives
. . . For ticket info, call Karen
Belluomo at the Ronald
McDonald House, 745-5911.
REMY BERDY is aboard
ship again . . . this time not to
or fro England . . . He's the
new executive chef and
general manager at spacious
Lansdowne, docked back of
Cobo Hall . . . now under
remodeling . . . and expected
to open again around Jan. 1
. . . The former favorite at
Michigan Inn, Sheraton Oaks
and London, England,
assumes complete respon-
sibilities for both dining and
catering operations . . . of
which there are many on the
Lansdowne.
JUDY GOLDSTEIN'S
reason for an absentee ballot
this Tuesday is quite valid .. .
She won't be here to cast her
vote in person . . . The local
folk artist will spend election
day in Buffalo, N.Y., where
she'll present Yiddish
Theater Night at the 22nd
Annual Jewish Community
Book Fair.
WHO'D EVER GUESS
they'd see The Gaylords per-
form . . . without any charge
whatsoever? • . . . Rated by
many as one of America's
favorite singing/comedy
teams, The Gaylords will be
at Somerset Mall, W. Big
Beaver in Troy, Nov. 20 to
kick off the holiday season .. .
1 p.m. and 3 p.m. . . . Ronnie
and Burt have played just
about major nitery in a lot of
top towns . . . and have
worked with the best in show
biz . . . They have gold
records, were in the top 10, do
great commercials and are
much fun and laughter from
start to finish . . . Peg DuBois
of Somerset Mall quite aptly
puts it, "The Gaylords are to
an audience what the finest
Italian wine is to the most
discriminating gourmet."
Free concerts are every
Sunday at Somerset . . . This
Sunday has Ursula Walker
and Buddy Budson . . . Next
week is Eddie DeSantis big
band sounds . . . All concerts
are in Center Court.

DISA 'N DATA ... Bob
Posch Comedy Show opens
tonight and Saturday
through November at Duffy's
On The Lake, Cooley Lake
Rd. . . . Emperor's New
Clothes by localite Henry K.
Martin's Childrens Enter-
tainment Company is tomor-
row at Community Arts
Building of Michigan State
Fair Grounds, 11 a.m. and
1 p.m. . . . Ron Coden Show
returns tonight to Prock's
Restaurant 7 Lounge, W.
Maple, Clawson . . . Fridays
and Saturdays.

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