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March 10, 1989 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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I LISTENING POST

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

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OCEANIA INN

THE PANDA

Walton Blvd., & Adams, Rochester Hills
1 /4 Mile From Meadow Brook Theatre

Drake & Walnut Lake Rd., W. Bloomfield
1 Mile From Jewish Community Center

OCEANIA INN •
Walton
Meadow Brook
Theatre



Blvd.

Oakland University

Kids And Adults Hit
Mechanical Hoops

Walnut Lake Rd.
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375-9200
Reservations

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Jewish Community
Center

and Carry-Out

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661-1503
Reservations

and Carry-Out

DANNY RASKIN

BOTH FEATURING THE FINEST IN SZECHUAN, CANTONESE & HONG KONG . .
plus Elegant Gourmet Cuisine . . . 7 Days AWeek . . . Also Cocktail Hour

Local Columnist

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SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET . . . ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT .. . 12 noon to 4 p.

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• By Reservation Only

6 person minimum . . . $11 7 50 per person

• Menu Changes Monthly

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32734 GRAND RIVER, 1/4 MILE EAST OF FARMINGTON RD.
IN THE NEW ART DECO VILLAGE COMMONS MALL • PHONE 471-DAWG

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We Serve Beer-Wine & Liquor

Private Banquet Rooms JN

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ew wrinkle in bar
mitzvah motifs and
entertainment was
that of shindig for Matthew
Winer, son of Flo and Danny
Winer, recently at Embassy
Suites on Southfield.
Flo saw the eight-foot-long
mechanical basketball game
at Marvin Yagoda's
Marvelous Marvin's Museum
in Tally Hall, Orchard Lake
Road and 14 Mile . . . liked it
so much that she had Mary
bring it there . . . Was a toss
up as to who had the most fun
. . . youngsters or adults.
Marvin is known as "The
King of Shtick" with his kid-
die rides, antique coin-
operated machines, Excuse
Phone Booth, nostalgic
posters, etc. . . . He'll rent just
about anything . . . and in
around three or four months,
Marvin will take up 5,500
square feet at Tally Hall for
his entire collection . . . in-
cluding items from the 1940s
and 1950s like old neon signs,
juke boxes, slot machines,
etc., for the home . . . Marvin
says law is that anyone over
25 can own a slot machine in
their home . . . He should
know, being instigator of the
law.
He'll also have a snack bar
to go along with the retail
and rental jukeboxes and slot
machine sales and service.
There'll even be 1920s
posters from the old Dexter
Theater, nickle-a-dance sign
from dance hall on Woodward
and rental memorabilia to
boggle the mind.
When Tally Hall opened
about nine years ago, Marvin
was one of the first tenants
. . . A lot of folks are mighty
happy he is remaining.
ROMANTIC SAGA of
Elizabeth Kaplan, Jewish
News features editor, and Phil
Applebaum, continues as the
couple who met over the
telephone via a bit of fix-up
matchmaking by Kim Lifton
and Carla Schwartz, Jewish
News writers, that blossomed
into a true love pairing, will
find another reward July 2
. . . That's when Elizabeth
and Phil joyfully become hus-
band and wife at Young Israel
of Oak Woods.
CONGRATS . . . to Rachel
and Dave Goldfine of
Margate, Fla. . . . on their
50th anniversary.
800 NAMES are on list of
folks interested in attending
the Central and Northern
1929 And Earlier Reunion,

May 21, at Michigan Inn .. .
About 1,000 are expected to
be on hand, plus three
teachers back then, one from
Northern and two from Cen-
tral . . . People to call are Ar-
nold Michlin, 626-1570; Lou
Greenberg, 661-6237; Ferne
(Haar) Solomon, 626-0239;
Louise (Melekian) Melikian,
642-5235; and Lil (Pevos)
Feldman, 353-6338 . . . All
but Ferne attended Northern
. . . She is a former Centralite.
I DO DEPT. . . . Norma
Steinik and Dr. Michael Dor-
man do their middle aisle
thing March 18 at Congrega-
tion Beth Achim.
RAISING FUNDS for the
Armenian earthquake vic-
tims is purpose of fashion
show tomorrow . . . with
lunch 12 noon and show

The 'King of
Shtick' is taking
5,500 square feet
at Tally Hall.

1:30 p.m. . . . by Daughters of
Vartan at St. John's Arme-
nian Church, John Lodge ser-
vice drive.
It'll be produced and coor-
dinated by models Marilyn
Zeldes Georgeson and Pat
Sands, with Channel 2 an-
chorman Bruce Kirk doing
the commentary . . . Par-
ticipating stores are Elaine
B's, Divine Knits, Azadea,
Cocktails, Tappers, Visible
Difference and Lone Pine
Vision . . . Lunch and show
is $20.
CONGRATS . . . to Steven
"Dr. Mush" Wolfe . . . on his
27th birthday . . . and to his
mother, Ellen Warshaw . . . on
her 12 1/4-year birthday . . . ac-
cording to the leap year calen-
dar when she was born.
SIX GENTS got together
for a "boys out" session and
before the evening was over,
only Herb Sandler didn't have
his name changed by Harold
"Cooney" Finegood, who
many say is the finest and
most knowledgeable "Irish-
man" in the nation who isn't
Irish . . . After a swell meal
at Pegasus in Greektown,
Harold, brother Sam
McFinegood, Joe McSilber-
schein, Marvin McCanner
and this McRaskin went to
the Gaelic League Irish-
American Club of which
McHarold is a member,

CORRECT PHONE

numbers for Masonic info are
Perfection Lodge gents Dan
Natow, P.M., 353-2891; or
836-3535 days; and Bob
Leach, P.M., 967-4115.



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