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January 20, 1989 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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SUPER- SPECIAL
THE FAMOUS
ACME SMOKED FISH

One of the World's Finest!
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK

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Local Columnist

per lb.

3 Pound Limit

per lb.

$ 9 95per

lb.

OFFERS GOOD SUNDAY, JAN. 22, 1989
AT ORCHARD LAKE RD. S. OF 14 MILE RD. STORE ONLY

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
ALL BAGELS & BIALYS corer

doz. Reg. $3.50

Offer Good Only Sun., Jan. 22

doz.

DETROIT BAGEL FACTORIES

Main Office: 641-9188

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 3 DINNERS
FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

WING
HONG
W. 10 Mile Rd. at Southfield Rd. • 569-5527

18203

CARL

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CHOP
HOUSE

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Each Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

per person

10-4

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$ 6 95

3020 Grand River
833-0700
Free Parking

Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

Fine Italian Cuisine

W,FEL,LWS
ARNI

$1 295

The Best in Dining

Children 12 and under

All beef
aged in
our own
coolers

Detroit's Premier
Supper Club

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

350-2000

EMBASSY

ON JEFFERSON

Also Available For All Festive Occasions
• Indoor Valet Parking • Music! • Elegance!

7909 East Jefferson at Van Dyke 331-5450

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1989

A Host Of Friends
Make The Surprise

DANNY RASKIN

NOVA
LOX
98REG.
$12
$ 1895
FANCY SABLE
REG.
$795

per lb.

LISTENING POST 1

SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

of everyone thinks its
fun to turn 50, but
surprise party for
Helen and Jack Victor's little
girl, Marilyn Victor From-
mer, was a bunch of laughs for
the shocked lassie and about
40 guests . . . Hubby Al From-
mer conspired to lure friends,
business colleagues and fami-
ly to Lelli's Inn recently to en-
joy everything Lelli's is noted
for and the big surprise.
Sylvia and Ron Mracky,
Al's sister and brother-in-law,
were limousined to Lelli's
from Metro Airport after a
flight from their Toluca Lake,
Calif., home near L.A. . . . On-
ly one of the two Frommer
sons could get in for Mom's
surprise . . . Mark, an invest-
ment banker at Exchange
Bank in Chicago, flew in .. .
but Larry couldn't because he
was with the Michigan State
University Marching Band at
the Gator Bowl in Jackson-
ville, Fla. . . . Marilyn's
brother, Arnie Victor, joined
his parents in honoring sis
. . . Family members on the
surprise team included
cousins Evelyn and Nate
Rostker and Shirlee and Jack
Iden . . . A happy coincidence
was the presence of Tzviah
Iden, Shirlee and Jack's
daughter, from Tiberias,
Israel, who was also
celebrating her birthday.
Helping orchestrate the
festivities were friends
Marilyn and Joe Accardo
(they invited the Frommers to
dinner in a clever scam), Cin-
dy and Murray Franklin,
away on a Mexican vacation
but whose presence was felt
when they sent Eastern
Onion, and Fran White, who
helped keep the secret.
Others celebrating included
Ron White, Carole and Arnie
Isner, Ceryle and Herb Clif-
ford, Rita and Sid Barish,
Clare and Jim Whiting, Joy
and Don Sherman, Lynne
and Ralph Stillwell, etc. . . .
Also Mitzi and Ron Brown,
Gloria and Allen Bell, and
Renee and Dennis Porvin (the
gals belong to a many-years-
long mahj group with
Marilyn).
The surprise birthday
brought a bright smile and
blush for the Eastern Onion
gent's hi jinks . . . and
Marilyn probably wished she
was just turning 50 again.
CONTRATS ... to Sylvia
and Hy Rosenberg . . . on
their 50th anniversary . . .
Celebration party for about

125 people is tomorrow nite at
Embassy Suites Hotel on
Northwestern . . . given by
their children Rhonda and
Morris Brown and Janet and
Jeremy Brown . . . Sylvia
graduated Central and Hy
got his cap 'n gown from
Northern . . . They met while
working at Vienna Bakers on
Dexter across from the old
Adas Shalom Synagogue.

REUNION DEPT. ...
Central High class of 1938 is
having its own separate shin-
dig, April 30, 6 p.m., at
Michigan Inn . . . It is not
part of the Central & North-
ern 1939 And Earlier reunion
recently itemed . . . For info,
call chairman Dr. Morton
Lesser, 773-8820.
SEVENTH ANNUAL din-
ner by Michigan Cancer
Foundation has been set for
May 6 at Westin Hotel .. .
with honorary chairpersons
Marcia and Eugene Ap-
plebaum heading the
planning.
MCF hopes to attract 1,500
people to the event, raising
more than $350,000 for its
programs in cancer research,
education,- surveillance and
services ... For ticket info,
call Lizz Mitchell, 833-0710,
Monday through Friday.
CONGRATS ... to Mary
Meyerson in Phoenix, Ariz.
. . . on her 86th birthday .. .
1233A East Maryland Ave.,
Phoenix, Ariz. 85016.
IMAGINE OVER 7,000
titles at a video store . . . and
plenty of each one, which is a
rarity . . . This is the pride of
Hi-Tech Video at Diamond
Plaza, 12 Mile east of North-
western . . . celebrating its se-
cond birthday.
WITHIN FOUR days,
Joseph and Beatrice Epel
welcomed three new grand-
children . . . They attended
two britim and helped name
a granddaughter.
Aaron Jacob Epel was born
in Atlanta to Daniel Epel of
Southfield and Sharon Gnatt
of Brooklyn, N.Y. . . . Joe and-
Bea then flew to Denver,
Cola, for the naming of the
twin children by Joshua Epel
of Southfield and Betsy
Greenberg of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Benjamin Julius and Ariella
Greenberg.
Grandparents Joe and Bea -
are oldtimers at long-distance
simcha hopping . . . Less than
five years ago they flew to
Denver for the brit of grand-
son David Sherry, and less
than three weeks later t::).
Israel for the brit of t win
cousin Amihai Korda

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