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April 21, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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LISTENING POST

DINING EXCELLENCE
SUPREME CATERING

A Perfect 'Ten'
Has Many, Many Steps

DANNY RASKIN

Now Appearing

DENNY McLAIN

The perfect place to make
business an enjoyable experience

Elegant Dinners

,Continental cuisine, fine wines, beautiful
\ atmosphere and wonderful service . . . the
choice ingredients for a gracious evening

FORMER DETROIT TIGER PITCHING GREAT
On Keyboard
Mondays thru Fridays

Ask About Our Excellent
Catering Facilities

Reservations Accepted

642-3131

Complete Catering

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 'til
midnight
Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

• Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings
• Showers
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvahs • Birthdays
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL
OUTDOOR ATRIUM

Call DONNA ROSEN

Reservations accepted

642-8890

642-0055

30100 Telegraph in Bingham Farms Office Plaza, Bet. 12 & 13

WE WILL REOPEN
FRIDAY, APRIL 28 AT 7 a.m.
ENJOY A HAPPY & HEALTHY PASSOVER

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WFEL-si-MTA°Ni\T'S

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Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

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

$1 295

DELI and • RESTAURANT

Affi vA Iftwei

per person

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW

352-4940

OUR MUSIC WILL HELP
MAKE YOUR PARTY!







WEDDINGS
BAR/BAT MITZVAHS
CONFIRMATIONS
ANNIVERSARIES
PRIVATE PARTIES
. . . ALL YOUR
HAPPY OCCASIONS

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

350.2000

SIMONE VITALE BAND • (313) 544-7373

EMBASSY

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SUITES
HOTEL

1128 E. 9 MILE RD., 1/2 MiIe East of 1-75 • 541.2132

Invites You To

Enjoy Dinner
In A Warm, Friendly Atmosphere
Choice Meats and
Fresh Fish Daily

EARLY EVENING SPECIALS
MON.-FRI. 4 TO 6 PM
$7.2549.50

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$ 6 95

ALL FRESH FRUIT PIES,
APPLE STREUDEL,
COGNAC TORTES

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1989

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ALMA SMITH
Songstress & Pianist
Downstairs SAT. 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

CLASSIFIEDS
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354.6060

Local Columnist

T

ry dancing from 8:30
a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
. . . racing home to get
dressed . . . and back to Cobo
Hall with a smile of freshness
for the two tables of front row
guests of Dee and hubby Dr.
Marshall Shapiro . . . at re-
cent Detroit International
Ball and Dance Champion-
ships.
That day, Dee and her part-
ner, Corey Riojis, had cap-
tured 10 trophies in 10 events
for the already crowded
mantel at the Shapiro home
. . . They were winners (two
firsts, six seconds and two
thirds) in fox trot, waltz,
tango, cha cha, samba, rhum-
ba and bolero.
Detroit International Ball
and Dance Championships
has been put on 26 years by
Mary and Don Derenosky .. .
Only orchestra who has
played the competition and
much audience dancing has
been Frnak "Panchito"
Luzano.
Dan Rappaport, Sandy and
Dr. Harvey Roth, Marcia and
Dr. Roger Fenton, Stacie
Shapiro, Kristin Lochner,
Kelly Burgess, Sylvia and
Morrie Shackett, Lois and Dr.
Morrie Lipnik, Florine Mark
and hubby Dr. Bill Ross, Bev
and Mert Siegel, Dr. Ruth
Kozlowski and Larry Snider
were Dee and Marshall's
guests.
Dee done dancing for the
day? . . . No way . . . She still
terpsi'd with some of her and
Marshall's guests . . . and
mighty glad to finally get her
shoes off.
CONGRATS ... to Willie
Stone . . . on his 65th birth-
day . . . Proceeds from "B-Bop
Ball" honoring Willie this
Sunday at 1940 Chop House
on E. Jefferson go to March of
Dimes . . . 1940s dress is
preferred but not required.
IF YOU HAD your choice
of $1 million (that's a cool
million) savings bond matur-
ing in 20 years or $200,000
cold cash right now, which
would you take? . . . That's
the "tough" decision parents
of 20-month-old Tony
Markowitz, Pam and Richard
Markowitz, may very happily
have to make.
Grandson of Sybil and Mel
Markowitz and Vicky and
Albert Koski is a finialist in
the VH-1 Million-Dollar Baby
contest . . . They came here
from New York recently to
tape a 30-second commercial
that'll air nationwide on

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VH-1 (Continental Cable's
Channel 48).

Being one of the finalists,
Tony has already won a
$10,000 savings bond and
$3,000 in prizes . . . May 5 is
when one of the five finalists
will be selected.
CONGRATS ... to Sam
Braverman . . . on his 70th
birthday.
FRAN HAMBURGER,
former head of Cass Tech
High's Performing Arts
Department, has retired after
36 years teaching at Cass .. .
A dinner-dance has been
planned in her honor at Hotel
Pontchartrain, April 29 .
Folks interested in attending
should contact Robert Zimber
at Cass, 494-2605.
CONGRATS ... to Edith
and Bernice Hoffman . . . on
their 50th anniversary .. .
celebrated with a cruise.
LIFE MEMBERSHIP
Presentation Nite by Perfec-
tion Lodge, 486 F&AM, is
April 30 at Farina Hall,
Coolidge and Catalpa . . . $10
per person includes buffet
dinner, chicken or fish . . . and
reservations are a must by
April 25 . . . Call Mark
Silverstein, PM, JW,
353-9585.
Getting 60-year pins will be
David Flayer, Irving Gould,
Litman Gould, Arthur Lipsitt
and Saul Zuirback . . . Meyer
Berstein will receive a
50-year pin . . . 40-year re-
cipients will be Martin
Barahl, Ben Brant, Max
Brose, Leonard Crane, Simon
Diamond, Sam Dryman,
George Mogill, Ben Feldstein,
Erwin Green, Leonard Rak-
ing, Dan Haron, Norman
Kanter, Leon Levine, Harry
Rudack and Morrey Shackett.
PEOPLE DEPT.... San-
dy Wolok minus 50 pounds
. . . Kurt Deeg, new owner at
Irving's Deli in La Mirage on
Northwestern, waiting on
tables (he owns La Auberge
and Ye Olde Steak House in
Windsor) . . . Warren Pierce a
class gentleman . . . Paul
Winter still sounding good on
those commercials . . . Weight
Watchers boss Florine Mark
still black and blue from the
ankle kick she got while dan-
cing with husband, Dr. Bill
Ross . . . No, it wasn't he.
REUNION DEPT. . . . Last
chance for Central High class
of 1938 having its own
separate affair, April 30, 6
p.m. at Michigan Inn . . . Call
chairman Dr. Morton Lesser,
773-8820 . . . Southfield High
class of 1979 get-together is
Nov. 25 . . . Call Debra Walter,
443-8908 evenings. ❑

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