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July 14, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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LISTENING POST

CHICKEN THAT'S FRIED
• • STEP ASIDE!

There's a delicious new way to eat chicken. It's better tasting
and better for you too! Gregory's Flame-Broiled Chicken is
MARINATED (NOT FRIED). It's Indescribably Delicious
and LOWER in CALORIES and CHOLESTEROL.

DINNERS

ALSO
Chicken by the Piece
or in Family Paks
Ribs — 1/2 or full order
Chicken Salad Supreme
Chicken Pasta Salad
Chicken Sandwich
Chunky Chicken Soup

CHICKEN

$3.65 - $4.95

RIBS

$5.99 - $8.99

Dinners include: salad,
baked beans and pita bread
with homemade honey butter.

2 Minute

GREGORY'S
GRILLE

DINE IN (CASUAL)
TAKE OUT

Service

626.9580

Open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily

OLD ORCHARD CENTER (15 Mile at Orchard Lake Rd.)

rikik SEBASTIAN'S

RESTAURANT/ R AW B A R

Dancing Fridays and Saturdays To The
Martin Scott Kosins Trio

Sebastian's Available For
Private Parties On Sundays

For Reservations:

649-6625

2745 West Big Beaver Road In Somerset Mall

Alia's

Troy

I OPEN 7 DAYS

Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, Just North of 11 Mile

559-8222

presents

THIS MONTH'S SPECIALS

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

ALL EARLY BIRD DINNERS
SERVED 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
7 DAYS A WEEK!
10 % OFF ALL DINNERS

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

$1395

per person

, FROM 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (NOT INCLUDING 2 FOR 1 OR EARLY BIRD)

[COUPON

FAMILY ITALIAN DINING & PIZZA

4033 W. 12 MILE, 3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
Berkley
548-3650

PIZZA-RIBS-FISH
HOMEMADE GARLIC BREAD

SQUARE PEA
ROUND MA
SMALL OR URGE SMALL-ME1-LARGE

OFF

ON FOOD PURCHASES
OF $6 OR MORE

DINING ROOM, CARRY-OUT
Expires August 31, 1989

BANQUET ROOMS • BEER • WINE
• COMPLETE CARRY-OUT • COCKTAILS

FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1989

$7 95

1

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

355•2050

EMBASSY

SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

Words Of Warning
From A 10-Year-Old

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

H

eather Goldman
sends a message
much wiser than her
young 10 years of age .. .
"Hey, kids. If you do drugs,
you're ruining your life. You
lose everything you own
because of drugs. Nobody
loves you and you don't have
a life to live. So listen to the
facts. Stop doing what you're
doing because drugs hurt."
. . . Heather is a student at
Brace-Lederle Elementary in
Southfield.

BARBARA TRAISON

gave her friends, Flo Nitzkin,
Helen Brown and Rosalee
Rosen, a birthday celebration
that was an afternoon of com-
plete surprises for them.
Day started with a
chauffeur-driven car taking
the gals to the Whitney for an
elegant lunch . . . Then
another mystery ride with
Barbara not quite sure exact-
ly where she was going .. .
But with her maps and the
driver, they got where she had
intended . . . to the old
neighborhood where all were
born, went to school,
synagogue, shops, etc.
From 12th Street to Lin-
wood, Broadstreet to Dexter
and finally to the Seven Mile
and Thatcher area where
Barbara was born . . . They
saw the house and next door
empty lot from where her
father showed movies to
neighborhood youngsters
every Friday night.
Nostalgia was concluded
with ride past Mumford High
School . . . but the afternoon
wasn't over yet . . . Barbara's
driver took them to the Ritz
Carlton Hotel for the after-
noon tea . . . Flo Nitzkin, who
had enjoyed tea at the Ritz in
London, England, said that
the tea and scones at Ritz
Carlton were every bit as
lovely and tasty.

CHARLOTTE ROTH-
STEIN celebrates a Sweet 16
Brunch this Sunday . . . but
it's not the kind you think .. .
Charlotte is celebrating 16
years of elected service to the
City of Oak Park . . . as
councilwoman and its present
mayor.
CONGRATS . . . to Richard
Liss . . . on his birthday .. .
Was a four-fold celebration
. . . also becoming eligible for
medicare, attending 50th
year reunion of his confirma-
tion class from ibmple Beth
El, and welcoming the eighth
grandchild of his and wife
Madelyn.

NEW 2,700 FOOT Guys
and Gals opens Aug. 1 in Or-
chard Mall, Orchard Lake
Road north of Maple . . . with
store being remodeled in a
'50s motif . . . Owner Lois
Levenson has been in
Crosswinds Mall, Orchard
Lake Road and Lone Pine
Road, 10 years.

REUNION DEPT. ...

Schulze Elementary School
class of 1957, January and
June, party is Nov. 25 at Nif-
ty Norman's in Walled Lake
. . . Reservations required .. .
For info, contact Howard
Hertz, 335-5000, or Sarita
Lash Bagade, 661-2857 .. .
Northern High combined
classes of 1963 through 1967
is Nov. 3 . . . Call Ethel Camp-
bell, 837-5880.

JEFF

BRASCH

graduated from University of
Michigan this year and de-
cided to take a long vacation
. . . He left recently for 26
months in Lilongwe, Malawi,
southeastern Afica, to teach
math for the Peace Corps.

BARRISTER
Mark
Rubin, noted National Labor
Relations Board trial
specialist locally for many
years, was chosen to appear in
U.S. District Court in New
Orleans on behalf of the
United States Government's
NLRB in a controversial and
complex case.
The agency's selection of
Mark from among its hun-
dreds of trial specialists na-
tionwide, many of whom are
located much closer to New
Orleans, gives recognition of
an expert at his profession,
something the labor law com-
munity in this locale has
known for some time.
Reflective of Mark's dedica-
tion to his religious commit-
ment, first point of business
taken care of after he receiv-
ed his assignment was to con-
tact various synagogues in
New Orleans so that he could
continue uninterrupted Shab-
bat observance . . . He found
a synagogue within walking
distance of the Hyatt Regen-
cy Hotel where he will be
staying.
Friends and associates
salute Mark's ac-
complishments and selection
to appear in Federal District
Court on special assignment.

RECENT REUNION by
Oak Park High's class of '69
at Sheraton-Oaks Hotel in
Novi had 450, of which 260
were classmates, reports
chairman Ken Korotkin.

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