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July 21, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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I LISTENING POST I

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
TWO GREAT TRADITIONS!

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(inside Jacques)

Ask About Our
Excellent Catering
Facilities
For All Occasions

Business Lunches

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
Reservations Accepted

"LET'S MEET AT JOVAN"

Before and After
The Theater

642-3131

Complete Catering

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

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

Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

Friday 'til Midnight

Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

Call DONNA ROSEN

Reservations accepted

642-8890

642-0055

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

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

CHICKEN

$3.65 - $4.95

RIBS

the 'Great
Gregory'

$5.99 - $8.99
Dinners include: salad,
baked beans and pita bread
with homemade honey butter.

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GREGORY'S
GRILLE

Minute
Service

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

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

DINE IN (CASUAL)
TAKE OUT

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

OPEN 7 DAYS

1

MON.-SUN.
a.m. to 10 p.m.

FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER

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heartbreaker

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NOW FEATURING SUMMER SPECIALS

• SALMON PLATE • FRESH FRUIT PLATE
• STUFFED CANTALOPE WITH TUNA OR CHICKEN
• STUFFED COLD PLATE WITH POTATO SALAD
TRY OUR NEW SAUTEED DINNER SPECIALS
• SHRIMP SCAMPI • CHICKEN MARSALA
• CHICKEN TERIYAKI

(Ask Waitperson which are available)

Eat
less
saturated
fat.

American Heart
Association

WERE

`'OUR UFO

Queen And Her Prince
Have Royal Wedding

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

he love affair that
started with a phone
call by instigators on
The Jewish News staff,
writers Kim Lifton and Carla
Schwartz, ended up happily
ever after for Jewish News
features editor Elizabeth
Kaplan and Guardian In-
dustries' Phillip Applebaum.
In an Orthodox ceremony of
merriment, Elizabeth's last
name was changed to Ap-
plebaum as she and Phillip
became wife and husband at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
There was Liz on a throne
in one room, - Ranked by
mother Claudia- and sister
Rebecca . . . In another room
sat Phil at a table where li-
quor and sponge cake were for
gents to partake while legal
documents are executed .. .
One is the marital conditions
and the other defining
responsibilities of the groom
to the wife.
Phil was then brought into
Liz's room by hand-clapping
men as he looked to make
sure she was the right girl.
Under the chupah Liz walk-
ed around Phil (wearing a
white robe of purity) seven
times representing the infu-
sion of the spiritual into the
marriage relationship (like
Sabbath marking completion
of world's creation and adding
the spiritual element to the
physical realm).
Invitation read from right
to left . . . Horas galore .. .
David Dombey was clicking
picture after picture . . .
Caterer Phil Tewel's food get-
ting much better . . .
Delicious hors d'oeuvres
passed . . . Phil and Liz on
chairs while men danced
around them . . . Men jump-
ing rope on one side . . .
Women jumping rope on
another . . . One fellow dress-
ed with fake nose and colored
wig in show for bride and
groom . . . Phil's boss, Bill
Davidson, doing the Hamotzi
blessing for the bread.
Those weren't the Dallas
Cowboys cheerleaders waving
colorful pom poms . . . just a
bunch of girls dancing around
Queen Elizabeth. A festive
evening tying the knot for two
happy people . . . in the true
story of a love meant to be in
accordance with fate as or-
dained by God.
CONGRATS ... to Rose
Herman . . . on her 90th
birthday this Sunday . . .
celebrated with friends and

relatives aboard Star of
Detroit . . . Rose is noted for
her extensive philanthropic
work with many causes .. .
Social hall at Temple Israel is
named for Rose and her late
husband, John . . . She was
recently honored as a
chairperson for Temple
Israel's new religious school
wing.
"NO MORE climbing up a
rope!" says Jeweler Al Kaftan
. . . out of retirement and with
nephew Jerry Moss at J.
Sterling Gemologist in Onyx
Building on Telegraph.
CONGRATS . . . to Bar-
bara and Dr. Conrad Pearl .. .
on their 30th anniversary .. .
Surprise party at Village
Green clubhouse for 70 well-
wishers was given by their

The men were
jumping rope on
one side and the
women were on
the other side.

three daughters and sons-in-
law, Randi and Harry Glanz,
Debbie and Lindsey Gross
and Jill Pearl with Dr. Steven
Dean.
NEW TWIST at recent
shower of Leslie Cohen, wed
to Evan Chudnow July 15 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek . . .
Hostesses Fran and Toby
Chudnow gave each guest a
real plant to take home . . . a
Jewish National Fund tree
. . . Not a bad idea reminding
us of Israel's constant need for
reforestration.
PROCEEDS FROM
three-day Clip-A-Thon go to
Michigan/Oakland County
Special Olympics . . . It'll be
July 21 at L.A. Clips Hair
Salon on Orchard Lake Road,
8 a.m. through July 23, 12
midnight . . . $1 from every $6
haircut and $6 from each
perm and color service will be
given to Special Olympics
during L.A. Clips three-day
grand opening celebration.
CONGRATS ... to Jeri
Poma . . . on her birthday .. .
The Jewish. News office gal is
so well-liked that she had four
cakes . . . plenty for everyone
. . . just barely . . . including
composing room's Ralph
Orme, who is the best
assurance of food never being
left over.
MORTON HACK of Hack
Shoes is recipient of Prescrip-
tion Footwear Association
(PFA) honorary lifetime
membership award . . . He
joined the association in 1970
and was its president from
1974-1975. ❑

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