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July 07, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-07

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SUMMERTIME DECKSIDE CELEBRATIONS

MONDAY

MARGARITA MONDAYS: VARIOUS TROPICAL BLENDS
AT SPECIAL PRICES BY THE GLASS OR PITCHER.

TUESDAY

RUM HOPPING DECKSIDE: AN EXCESSIVE HAUL OF RUM FROM
A FRIGATE DICTATEES SPECIAL RUM DRINKS AT FUN PRICES.

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WEDNESDAY

SUNSET DECK JAMBOREE: LIVE CAPTAIN SHAWN RILEY,
BEER IN BUCKETS/SHARKBITE RUM DRINKS.

LADIES NECK NIGHT: 1 /2 OFF ON DECK APPETIZERS. HAPPY HOUR
PRICES. FASHION SHOW PRESENTED BY FINI OF TWELVE OAKS MALL.

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THURSDA Y

HAPPY HOURS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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RESERVATIONS
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Have To Move Fast
To Stay With Ettie

DANNY RASKIN

Loco I Col um:list

L

ocalite Ettie Handel-
man admits that she's
in the 60s age bracket
. . . but as one heck of an
athlete, she sure can show
younger folks a thing or two
or three.
In St. Louis recently, her
17.30 seconds in the 100
meter event won Ettie a
bronze medal in the over 65
category of United States Na-
tional Senior Olympics.
Last year, Ettie qualified in
the Michigan Senior Olym-
pics by winning three gold
medals in running 100
meters, 200 meters and
cycling.

HAPPENS MANY times
. . . my leaving a name out .. .
but how could I forget Sue
Brooks in recent item about
sales conference by Baltimore

Jewish Times, Detroit Jewish
News, of which she was

among the entourage, and

Atlanta Jewish Times? . . .

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—Ohserver Eccentric Newspapers
May 1, 1989

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Tu•..-Fri. 11-2:

DAVID HIRSCH, 26 year-
old son of Susan and Arnold
Hirsch, is the new "Dick
Clark" of American Band-
stand . . . taking over for the
guy who may have found the
fountain of youth . . . It's on
U.S. Cable, Saturdays 12 noon
to 1 p.m.

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The Second Meal Of Equal
1/2
OFF
Or Lesser Value
Offer Good Tuesday Thru Thursday Dinner Only

1)Inner -lour,
Tut•. thru Thor,.
5 p.m.-10 p .m.

CONGRATS ... to Bessie
Gilman Cohen . . . on her
90th birthday . . . being
celebrated July 16 at Tam
O'Shanter Country CLub .. .
Bessie's family, Annette
Bornstein and Dr. Leonard
and Blanche Crane, will host
a party honoring her on the
very special occasion.

Her 100-meter
sprint took a
bronze medal in
the National
Senior Olympics.

wise could not afford them.
Some of the fashions will be
auctioned off after the show
. . . also - a buffet of hot and
cold hors d'oeuvres and
beverages by local
restaurants and beverage
distributors . . . Music will be
by Separate Checks.

CONGRATS ... to sister-
in-law Shirley Raskin . . . on
her birthday.
DOUBLE SIMCHA for
Rebecca and Joe Pearlman
. . . Son Barry earned MBA
degree from Michigan State
. . . and son Mark completed
OB/GYN residence at Beau-
mont Hospital.
Mark also received Walter
Zimmerman Award, which is
the hospital staff's selection
for outstanding resident of
the graduating class . . . He
also won top prize for his
research paper, "Trauma in
Pregnancy" at Central
Association of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists scientific
meeting, a national competi-
tion . . . Wife Suzie and their
three children will join Mark
in Houston, where he'll com-
plete his fellowship at Baylor
University Hospital.

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DON NADEL
At Piano
Fri. & Sat. Eves.

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Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

While Art Horwitz, Rick
Nessel and Randy Marcuson
were spraying golf balls left
and right all over the course,
Sue shot hers good and
straight . . . And hubby Mark
won't mind that she wore
Rick's T-shirt.

SUMMER SIZZLES is
benefit fashion show and auc-
tion, July 14, for Children's
Hospital . . . It'll be at One on
One Health Club on Farm-
ington Road . . . with Leah
Marks producing fashion fun
by Begadim, John Darakjian
Jewelers, Broadway Men's
Collection, Lone Pine Vision
and cocktails . . . Rick Fisher,
Channel 7 newscaster, will be
commentator . . . with pro-
ceeds to buy hearing aids for
loan to families who other-

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Southfield

BEING PRESIDENT

runs in the family . . . Talent
agent Seymour Schwartz is
new head of Oakland-
Century B'nai B'rith Lodge
. . . wife Hattie was twice past
president of B'nai B'rith's
Morgenthau Chapter.

CONGRATS to Hilary
Ann Wolf . . . on her first bir-
thday . . . She is the cute lit-
tle daughter of Risa and
Brian Wolf . . . and sweetie
pie of proud grandparents
Edith and Jack Wolf and
Eleanor and Ben Brown.

A FAX MACHINE in a
bedroom? . . . C'mon now! .. .
"But doesn't everyone have
one?" says Toby Hyman,
manager of Elaine B's fuller-
figured women store in Sugar
Tree on Orchard Lake Road.
That's what Elaine and
Dave Breger have in their
Arizona home to com-
municate with Toby in West
Bloomfield . . . They also have
a WATS line on their car
phone . . . business-like
everywhere and much enjoy-
ment with their beautiful
home in Scottsdale. E

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