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June 02, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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I LISTENING POST

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
GREAT ENTERTAINMENT!

The Palace Selects
Its Official Hot Dog

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

Now Appearing

LOVING
CUP

The perfect place to make
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Continental cuisine, fine wines, beautiful
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choice ingredients for a gracious evening

Mon.-Fri. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Ask About Our Excellent
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Reservations Accepted

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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

Call DONNA ROSEN

Reservations accepted

642-8890

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*Beau Jac s

Food & Spirits

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Portrait of
the Great
American
Investor

EARLY DINNERS

Monday Thru Saturday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Entrees priced from

$5.75-$9.95

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WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
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DETROIT

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1989

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It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Bonds now pay competitive
rates, like money market
accounts.
Find out more, call
1-800-US-BONDS.

Bonds held less than five years earn a
lower rate.
A public service of this publication.

ttU.,

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U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

I

t's signed and sealed .. .
Isaac Gellis wil be the
official kosher hotdog at
the Palace of Auburn Hills as
of Sept. 1 . . . They'll have
seven concession stands plus
two New York-style hotdog
wagons . . . and vendors
among the seated throngs.
A jumbo eight-inch hotdog
will be standard and made ex-
pressly for the Palace . . .
Isaac Gellis' dogs are in
Yankee Stadium, Shea
Stadium, Madison Square
Garden, Tampa Stadium and
others . . . The Isaac Gellis
kosher operation has been in
existence since 1882.
BRINGS A BIT of
nostalagia as Dennis Eichel-
baum was here for recent
wedding . . . His late grand-
father, Martin Eichelbaum,
owned the original Bagel
Restaurant on Woodward and
Vernor Highway.
Dad Marvin, who now lives
in Savannah, Ga., is chair-
man of the board and C.E.O.
of Allied Department Stores,
a 120-store chain in the
southeast.
HAIR STYLED while wat-
ching video of a person's
choice, is the interesting con-
cept by Linda Haddad and
her Basema's Salon for men
or women on Plymouth Road
between Inkster and Beech in
Redford . . . People don't have
to worry about just seeing
part and leaving after "get-
ting hooked" . . . They can
also rent it . . . The Video
Salon in front is also owned
by Linda . . . a pretty neat
idea.
AT DINNER show in
Hawaii, emcee asked all
newlyweds and those married
over 30 years to come on stage
where they were given fresh
leis . . . When asked to what
she attributed her 45 years of
marriage with hubby Harold,
Ruth Weiss astutely said,
"It's like a business. You give
and take each day."
They spent Passover
California with Dr. Allan and
Geri Weiss and grandchildren
. . . 8-year-old Katy conducted
services at temple and
"belted out" five Hebrew
prayers on the bimah.
AUDREY PEARL, presi-
dent of Pearl Advisory and
first woman in Michigan to be
designated a certified finan-
cial planner (she's good,
folks!), will be on Seminar of
Women's Economic Club,
June 15, at Real Estate One,
Northwestern Highway and

Lahser . . . It's free to WEC
members and $5 for guests.
A BEST BET Of The Week
. . . City of Hope, Mr. and Mrs.
Group, "Night of Games"
bingo and auction, this Tues-
day, 7 p.m., at Roma's of
Bloomfield . . . Both well and
sick win out.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "About
the recent Northern High &
Central High 1939 & Earlier
reunion, I have spoken to
many many grads and to the
committee that served at its
former one held a couple of
years ago at Sheraton-Oaks
in Novi and no one seems to
have been invited to help
organize a reunion similar to
the one we had. We held a
three-day gathering, Fri.,
Sat. & Sun. Everyone who at-
tended had a good time. The
food was top quality and the
entire three-day program was
well organized."

Sam Braverman
ABOUT REUNIONS .. .
here are three more on the
same date of Nov. 25 . . . why,
I'll never understand . . .
North Farmington High class
of 1979 (Lee Kendell,
465-2277) . . . Southfield High
class of 1979 (Debra Walter,
946-4344) . . . Oak Park High
class of 1959 (Carole Hack
Matzman, 855-1114).
SOUTHFIELD HIGH
class of 1969 was its largest
graduating group . . . and has
set 20th reunion for weekend
of Aug. 18-20 . . . with Coney
Island party, evening of din-
ing and dancing at Northfield
Hilton and Sunday family
picnic . . . More than 1,100
students received sheepskins
and it was the last graduation
class not split between
Southfield and Southfield-
Lathrup . . . Co-chairpersons
are Jef Farland and Sherry
Garner . . . For more info, call
Jef at 354-9154.
AFTER TOURING all the
Asiatic countries and
Australia and New Zealand
the last few years, Roslyn and
Ralph Stone will do a two
week cruise for his birthday
in August . . . Since it's a big
one for Ralph, they'll
celebrate touring the Scan-
dinavian countries and
Russia.
VICTORY DINNER by
City of Hope Helen Rosen-
berg Cancer Fighters is
June 19 at Troy Hilton.
SPIRIT OF LIFE award
black tie dinner honoring An-
thony France is June 23, at
Hyatt Regency . . . For more
info call Karen Wise,
335-6200. ❑

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