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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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Whether your guest list is for
20 or 1000, your special occasion is important
to you. No matter what the affair; corporate
meetings, weddings, luncheons, Bar/Bat
Mitzvahs, or banquets, you deserve the attention
to detail that makes it extra special. You can
depend on the experienced catering
staff at the elegant Michigan Inn
to put the finishing touches
in place to make yours an
affair to remember.
Call the Catering Department
at 559-6500 for reservations.

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16400 J.L. Hudson Dr.,
Southfield, Michigan
Phone: (313) 559-6500

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Toy Shopping Spree
Will Aid ORT Schools

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

G

et out your calendar,
folks . . . and mark
down the date . . .
Wednesday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
. . . That's when the gals of
Autumn Hills Chapter,
Women's American ORT,
have their annual shopping
spree at Kiddieland of West
Bloomfield . . . with portion of
proceeds going to the group
. . . and ORT's great causes
worldwide . . . Holiday gifts,
birthday presents, baby gifts,
etc., etc. . . . and big thing is
money raised by the Autumn
Hills lassies toward ORT's
wonderful work . . . Make
checks payable to Women's
American ORT . . . Sheri
Lisagor is chairperson . . .
Lynda Steinberg president of
Autumn Hills Chapter.

GET WELL WISHES . ..

HAPPY HOUR RETURNS
Mon.-Fri. 3-7

Special Prices On All Beer,
Wine & Drinks - FREE Munchies
WEDNESDAY
The Florida Fish Boat Arrives.
ALL YOU CAN EAT

Fish Fry $ 6 95

Includes Cole Slaw & Fries.
Reservations

142 E. Walled Lake Dr.
Walled Lake

call 669-1441

Special Affordable Family Weekday Dinners

Welcome to . . .

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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!

• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

NO COUPON
NECESSARY!

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 19.88

to sister Lillian Rosen .. .
recuperating at home . . .
Also congrats to Lil . . . on her
birthday.
"BROADWAY NIGHT At
The Fisher" . . . co-sponsored
with Michigan Opera Theatre
for the benefit of AIDS
research by Kaplan Medical
Center in Israel, is Nov. 14, 7
p.m. . . . More than 25
restaurants 'round town will
pool their talents at various
stations for a gourmet gala
. . . Also stars from Pirates of
Penzance, emcee Jeffrey
Bruce, and a Leah Marks
Broadway fashion ex-
travaganza which many
think could be her best one
yet . . . Bricker-Tunis Furs,
Kosins Clothes, Valentina,
Ray & Ida's, Tappers,
Mariomax, D.O.C. Optique
and Tamara Institute de
Beaute . . . For $50 tax deduc-
tible ticket info, call Barbara
Cohen, 967-4720.
CONGRATS . . . to Cindy
and Bob Schwartz, the Cin-
dy's Sundae Lovers folks .. .
sweethearts every day . . . on
their first anniversary . . . to
ex-localite Lori Bobroff, now
living in Kendal, Fla. . . . on
her sweet 16 . . . celebrated
with friends and family at
Martha's in Hollywood . . . to
Dorothy and Harold Haber
. . . on their 50th anniversary
. . . and to Barbara and Dr.
Lawrence Haber . . . on their
25th anniversary . . . The four
will celebrate with a Carib-
bean cruise this month . . . to
Gayle Schmidt . . . on her bir-
thday . . . to former Detroiter
Jackie Kahldon, now of
Chandler, Ariz. . . . on her
sweet 16th birthday . . .
celebrated at Lunt Avenue

Marble Club . . . with party
given by parents Marilyn and
Mel Kahldon . . . to 6'2" Eric
Sternberg . . . on his 15th bir-
thday . . . to Gloria Shifman
. . . and Bill Blake . . . on
their 50th birthdays.
BOWL-A-THON by Sophie
and Harry Hoffman Chapter,
City of Hope, is Nov. 12, 7:30
p.m., at West Bloomfield
Lanes on Orchard Lake Rd.
south of Maple . . . It's the
group's fifth annual where
folks pledge so much a pin .. .
Last year the guys 'n gals
raised almost $7,000 . . . For
more info, call Earle Mostyn,
chairman, 352-2213 days,
669-2607 evenings.

GET WELL WISHES .. .

to Lesley Wolfe . . . at Pro-
vidence Hospital.

ANDREW CRAWFORD

mimed folks at the door, a
long-tailed piano player
wafted soft melodies . . .
champagne flowed and Ruby
D's hot and cold hors
d'oeuvres soothed the noshing
crowd who attended recent
grand opening of Elaine B's
for fuller fashioned gals in
Sugar Tree on Orchard Lake
Rd. . . . Elaine Breger's hub-
by, David, and General
Manager lbdy Hyman's man,
Michael, were sharp in their
tuxedoes . . . and the many at-
tendees were awed by the
magnificent garments bigger
gals can now wear . . . In fact,
they don't even have to be big
lassies . . . Designer clothes at
Elaine B's can be made to fit
any body, not just 14 plus .. .
Ask the size six gal from Ken-
tucky who saw a style no
place else had and is enjoying
Elaine B's custom tailoring.
NEW MEMBERS all the
time . . . as Singles Extension
Group, sponsored by rIbmple
Israel for 50 and over, con-
tinues to grow beyond all ex-
pectations . . . Should be close
to 400 already . . . It's second
annual meeting (and installa-
tion party) had over 175 peo-
ple . . . S.E.G.'s Dessert Dance
at Temple Israel on Walnut
Lake Road is Nov. 13, 8 p.m.
. . . open to all . . . with music
of Ken Kittle.
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of Yesteryears . . . "Ask-
ed what he'd learned at Sun-
day school, 10-year-old
Donald Moser told parents
Albert and Ceil, 'Well, our
teacher told us about when
God sent Moses behind the
enemy lines to rescue the
Israelites from the Egyptians.
When they came to the Red
Sea, Moses called for the
engineers to build a pontoon
bridge. "

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