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December 02, 1988 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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I LISTENING POST

Will Be Open On Sundays
Through Christmas

Serving
Brunch 11 a.m. .to 4 p.m.
and
Dinner 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Piano Bar Nightly
Dancing on Fridays and Saturdays
With The
Martin Scot Kosins Trio

Inquire about our
New Year's Eve
Packages

For reservations, call 649-6625

745 W. Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy, in Somerset Ma ll

Restaurant

Featuring
Clia Special Holiday Cuisine

Come & Experience
Our. Beautiful
Holiday Island Setting.

I

Gift Certificates make a
wonderful holiday surprise!

142 E. WALLED LAKE DRIVE
WALLED LAKE, MICH.

Italian and American
Cuisine and Fine
Dining

WE
CAN'T
RUN
ON
EMPTY.

GIVE BLOOD

DAILY SPECIALS
LUNCH

MON,FRI. 11 a.mA p.m.

"WPY NOVI" 4 p.m..7 p.m.

DINNER

TUES•TNURS.4 p.m.-10 p.m.
FRI. 4:30 p.0.40:30 p.m.
SAT. 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
Closed &Ways

90

Banquet Room Available
for Holidays & Meetings
10 to 80 People

645 E. BIG BEAVER, TROY

1 Block West of Rochester Road

689-6920

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1988

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
THURS., FRI. AND
SAT. EVENINGS

American
Red Cross

A Private Preview
Of Sparkling Gifts

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

C hampagne flowed like
a waterfall . . . hors
d'oeuvres prepared by
Golden Mushroom were in
much abundance downstairs
and at the upstairs balcony
where tables had been
arranged.
Nine well-groomed valets
parked cars for about 700 peo-
ple who attended the private
preview "Showcase '89" by
John Darakjian Jewelers at
the Franklin Center Building
facing Franklin Road at Nor-
thwestern Hwy.
From the elegant gold
trimmed and parchment-cut
invitations by Debbie
Weisserman of Deborah's In-
vitations . . . to designers and
representatives showing mer-
chandise in prices from $15 to
$150,000 . . . Watches by
Audemars Piquet, Piaget,
Corum, Movado, Eterna,
Hublot, Jean D'eve, and many
more . . . plus the Jose Hess
diamond jewelry collection
brought in especially for the
event . . . The $150,000 piece
was an 18-carat gold Piaget
watch studded with
diamonds.
Busy body workers at John
Darakjian Jewelers . . .
Charlie Elias, Steve Tower,
Wendy FLusty, Estelle Starr,
etc., joined the awed throng
who marveled at a gathering
that had grown from about
200 (mostly family) three
years ago . . . to the class
elegance of today by John and
Bergy Darakjian and sons
Ara and Armand.
ERRATA DEPT. . . . Re-
cent column item on 40th an-
niversary of Levin Family
Club celebration should have
read "the late Mottel and
Kalman Zate" . . . Mollie and
Morris Levin, who lived
upstairs in the Elmhurst flat
are very much alive . . . In
fact bringing in the New Year
with a big bang . . . on their
50th anniversary.
CONGRATS . . . to Jeff
Metz . . . on his 29th birthday
today.
REAL ESTATE Person Of
The Week . . . Claire Davis of
Ralph Manuel Associates,
Birmingham office . . . a very
personable and dedicated
seven-day-a-week gal whose
hard-working devotion brings
much confidence buildup for
her customers to enjoy.
25 YEARS AGO, Joy and
Lou Landau started their
hobby . . . helping needy
teenagers . . . Joy had become
friendly with the supervisor

at
Oakland
County
Children's Village in Water-
ford . . . and a truant officer
friend's wife got her ac-
quainted with the supervisor
at Maxie Boy's Training
School program at Whitmore
Lake . . . Lou is secretary for
North Woodward Campfire
Girls district and active in
Boy Scout Troop 23 meeting
now at Congregation Beth
Shalom . . . The Oak Park
Campfire Girls, junior and
senior high, meet at the Lan-
dau house.
Anyhow, this couple with a
very admirable hobby, needs
gifts to give these kids .. .
preferably for those 11 to 18
who seem to be like "the
forgotten ones" when
holidays roll around . . .
Although Joy and Lou take
used things all year, the gifts
must be new for holiday giv-
ing . . . unwrapped and cost
no regard . . . from paper to
games to clothing, etc.
Drop them off by Dec. 15 at
the Landau home . . . 24231
Gardner, just south of Ten
Mile, Oak Park . . . Their
children, Sharon, Maureen
and Barry, join Joy and Lou
in senidng a million thanks
. . . The youngsters receiving
the gifts thank you with tears
of happiness.

CHOCOHOLIC DREAM

come true is this Sunday
when Third Annual
Chocolate Jubilee benefits
Alzheimer's disease victims
and families . . . It's at
Somerset Inn, W. Big Beaver,
Troy, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Doreen Hermelin chairs the
event . . . Committee
members include Michael
Bartus, John Bloom, Marlene
Borman, Dede Feldman, Jef-
frey Fenley, Pola Friedman,
Jack Gold, Joanne Halstead,
Beverly Hoglund, Reva
Kogan, Nancy Lomardo,
Renee Mahler, Amyre
Makupson, Joan Sankovich
and Bluma Siegal.
Free samples from over 35
restaurateurs and chocolat-
iers include chocolate
desserts, candies -and special-
ty confections.
Patron brunch is 12 noon,
$100 per person . . . General
admission is $25 per person.
16th ANNUAL charity
Bazaar by Northwest Child
Rescue Junior Leaue is Sun-
day and Monday, 10 a.m. to
6 p.m., at Jewish Community
Center, Maple and Drake .. .
Proceeds will support pro-
grams for mentally impaired
. . . Chairgals are Bev Gordon
and Cynthia Lupiloff . . . with
gifts for guys 'n gals of all
ages.

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