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May 12, 1989 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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LISTENING POST

ow SEBASTIAN 'S

RESTAURANT/ R A W BAR

Treat Mother
To Something Special
On May 14

Try
Sebastians
For
Traditional
American
Fare

Reservations Being Taken
From 12 noon Until 6 p.m.

649.6625

2745 West Big Beaver in Somerset Mall

Troy

Mom .20e4,eitaeA,
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IN THE EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL

11 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
Carving Stations • Breakfast Items
Sweet Table

Treat your Mom to delightful dining she'll always
remember. Reserve your place at Southfield's most
exciting new restaurant... Jacques Demers, offering
a bountiful buffet of delicious foods featuring
breakfast favorites with desserts designed to
make this day the best Mother's Day ever.

Adults $15.95
Senior Citizens $14.95
Children 12 and Under $8.95

SOUTHFIELD

Reservations Recommended
355-2050
28100 Franklin Road

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1989

Luck Of The Draw
Makes A Baby Rich

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

ony Markowitz is al-
ready close to being a
millionaire . . . and
he's only 20 months old.
The son of Pam and Richard
Markowitz is winner among
five finalists in the VH-1
Cable's Million Dollar Baby
Contest . . . It's Continental
Cable's Channel 48.
'Choice is a million dollar
savings bond that matures in
20 years or $200,0000 cash
now.
WHEN THE family seder
got to part where they read of
Elijah, and why a cup of wine
is set for him at the table, lit-
tle 41/2-year-old Brent Shapiro,
son of Sally and Dennis
Shapiro, went with mom to
open the door for Elijah .. .
Little Brent took a long look
outside and after the door was
shut, returned to the table
and announced, "Elijah didn't
come. I didn't see his car out-
side."
DR. EDWARD APPLE-
BAUM, son of localite Frieda
Applebaum and the late M.
Lawrence Applebaum, will be
given Distinguished Alum-
nus Award tomorrow by
Wayne State University's
Medical School Alumni
Association . . . He is Lederer
Professor and head of
otolaryngology and head and
neck surgery at University of
Illinois College of Medicine in
Chicago.
Ed's wife, Marilyn, is
daughter of Gail and Sam
Novetsky . . . His sister and
brother-in-law are Lois and
Jerry Beznos . . . All are local
folks.
WIFE AND HUBBY,
Florine Mark and Dr. Bill
Ross, raised glasses to each
other at home . . . after both
were honored the same day
. . . She was feted as Adat
Shalom Synagogue's "Woman
of the Year" . . . and he was
named "Doctor of the Year"
at Hyatt Regency, Dearborn,
by Michigan Association of
Osteopathic Physicians and
Surgeons.
JERRY SCHAZRE is
chairperson and Barb
Moehlman is co-chairperson
of tomorrow's auction by 'Tem-
ple Beth El. Silent and super
silent auction 5:30 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. and live auction
8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
THROUGH MAY, guys 'n
gals can register at the two
locales of John Darakjian
Jewelers, Advance Building
on Greenfield and Nine Mile,
and Franklin Center on

Franklin Road off North-
western . . . to win one of four
cash scholarships . . . No pur-
chase required for the $2,000,
$1,500, $1,000 and $500
drawings . . . Winners can
transfer their winnings.

YEARS BACK, Bob Kahl
owned a 1958 Chevy conver-
tible . . . Today he has one
again . . . What started out as
a hobby for Bob has developed
into a business . . . He and
Keith Sklar tomorrow will
open an 11,000-square-foot
facility complete with a
showroom for 25 classic
automobiles, sale or restora-
tion, in Burton, Mich. just off
1-75 . . . It's called "Ragtops
and Classic Motorcars" .. .
with sales and restoring of
ragtops and classics taking in
autos of the '50s and '60s ..
Open house tomorrow from
12 noon to 7 p.m. . . . For
directions, call 743-9200 . . .
Both Bob and Keith are
podiatrists.
SUTTON RAVINES
chapter of Women's Ameri-
can ORT holds annual moth-
er and daughter luncheon
May 17 at Machus Sly Fox in
Birmingham . . . open to all.
Phyllis Bratt and Dorothy
Mills will sing and dance in
an Irving Berlin Tribute, ac-
companied by Adele Miller at
the piano . . . It's by reserva-
tion only, so call Roslyn Alex-
ander, 559-1786, or Rita
Weston, 557-5462.
HANNAH SCHLOSS Old
Timers celebrated 35th an-
niversary and installation of
officers recently at Kingsley
Inn . . . Past president Ed
Schlussel was master of
ceremonies . . . and also
honored were the 65-year an-
niversaries of Goldie and
Harry Abrams, Bertha and
Archie Goldberg and Ruth
and Jack Pearlman.
REUNION DEPT.. . . Oak
Park High Class of 1959 reu-
nion is Nov. 25 at Roma's of
Bloomfield . . . To be part of
the planning committee or for
info, call Carole Hack
Maltzman, 855-1114.
DISA 'N DATA . . . Greater
Detroit Club holds picnic,
May 17, at South Inlet Park,
Boca Raton, Fla. . . . Fun,
games and dessert begin at
10 a.m. . . . For more info, call
Leonard Brightman, presi-
dent, 407-487-7916 .. .
Beldon "Bill" Carroll is new
Detroit regional public affairs
manager of Ford Motor Com-
pany's North American
automotive operations .
DON'T FORGET .. . this
Sunday is Mother's Day.



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