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August 11, 1989 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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I LISTENING POST

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
TWO GREAT TRADITIONS!

Get A Clean Car Cheap
And Help Motto Causes

(inside Jacques)

DANNY RASKIN'

Local Columnist

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

Ask About Our
Excellent Catering
Facilities
For All Occasions

"LET'S MEET AT JOVAN"

Before and After
The Theater

Reservations Accepted

642-3131

Complete Catering

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

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

Midnight
Friday
Cocktails '111 2 a.m. .

Call DONNA ROSEN

Reservations accepted

642-8890

642-0055

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

ongrats . . . to Jack
Milen . . . on his 75th
birthday . . . He saw
WDIV's Time To Care promo
asking for Michigan Cancer
Foundation drivers . . . Most
people his age with cancer are
using the service . . . Jack
gladly offers it.
His connection with cars
goes beyond Jack's life-
saving volunteerism . . . He's
the founder and owner of Jax
Kar Wash, popular with
Detroiters for 40 years.
Jack wanted to do more for
the charities close to him .. .
Michigan Cancer Foundation
and March of Dimes . . . and
will celebrate his birthday in
a special way . . . by turning
clocks back to the days when
car washes cost less than a
dollar . . . 75 cents, in fact .. .
at all Jax Soft Cloth and-
lbuchless Kar Washes . . .
this Monday . . . with pro-
ceeds going to the two causes.

JILL RAPPAPORT,

TRY OUR SPICY MEDITERRANEAN
DEEP-DISH PIZZA

(Mozzarella & Feta Cheeses, Hot Pepper Rings,
Herbs and Olive Oil)

4177 Orchard Lake Rd. at Pontiac Trail

(In Wilkins Corners)

CARRY-OUT

855-6633

FREE DELIVERY

FAX 855-1977

"PROBABLY THE WORST THING I EVER DID"

"I hate to go out to dinner, period! I had a million excuses.
The food's no good. The food's good, but over-priced. The
food's o.k., but the place is too far. The food and music are
lousy. The service is horrible. Last week I ran out of excuses."

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1989

daughter of localites Mona
and Dan Rappaport, and Lin-
da Solomon's sister, will final-
ly be seen on television in her
home town . . . She'll be
featured in the fifth national-
ly televised "People Magazine
on TV" special . . . this
Wednesday evening at 10 p.m.
on CBS, Channel 2.
Jill is entertainment editor
at WCBS-TV in New York
and will do a rare at-home in-
terview with super model
Christie Brinkley and hus-
band, rock star Billy Joel and
their daughter.
SELECT 60 . . . one of the
most coveted phrases in the
Buick Motor Division . . . is
now another Tamaroff honor
. . . Tamaroff Buick was
recently named a "Select 60
Dealer" by BMD for its
leadership in customer
satisfaction and • protection
plan coverage . . . Tamaroff
Buick is one of the nation's
top five in Buick sales.
It's also the first time in
Buick's history that a father
and son each won a "Select 60
Dealer" award . . . Mary and
wife Claire's son, Jeffrey, who
owns Jeffrey Buick, also was
honored.
Tamaroff Buick scores in
the high 90s consistently for
customer satisfaction in the
importance that brings peo-
ple back . . . Mary always was
a stickler in this . . . even
years back to his used car lot
days on Livernois.
CONGRATS . . . to Mary
Sarko . . . on her birthday .. .

Was recently celebrated with
group of 16 canasta card-
playing gals of Knollwood
Country Club on a three-day
trip to Stratford, Ont., plann-
ed by Mildred Jacobson .. .
All wore black T-shirts that
read, "Happy Birthday
Mary" during their card-
playing, theater and dining
celebration gala.
Congrats also to Mary and
hubby Harold Sarko . . . on
their 20th anniversary .. .
feted with a dinner party by
Carol and Abe Minowitz.
MICHIGAN CANCER
Foundation's Partners host a
Tropical Heat Wave this
Thursday, 6:30 p.m., at Plum
Hollow Golf Club, Nine Mile
and Lahser . . . Group of
young professionals, 25-40, is
headed by Lisa Applebaum
and Mike Deighan . . . Tropi-
cal Connection steel drum
band will furnish calypso
sounds.
SO WONDERFUL to be
liked so much could be the
probable title for retirement
party tossed for Mary
"Mickey" Stanek recently at
Ukrainian Hall on Ryan by
her fellow General Motors
employees.
"IT'S SURE NICE- to
know that not every celebri-
ty who hits California 'Goes
Hollywood,' " says Roz
Bressler . . . She and hubby
Lou and brother and sister-in-
law Harold and Esther Radin
visited Las Vegas . . . They
stayed at the Desert Inn
where Tony Orlando and
Dawn (Telma Hopkins and
Joyce Vincent Wilson) were
performing in the showroom.
25 years ago, Joyce was a
home economics student of
hers at Pershing High School
and during the show, after so
many years, recognized Roz
sitting ringside . . . She ask-
ed Tony permission to say
"hello" to her former teacher
. . . 'Ibny had the spotlight on
Roz while she stood up and he
kibbitzed about her school
days.
After the show, Joyce had
the four backstage with
herself, Telma and Tony
Orlando talking more about
school . . . and much thanks
for teaching her how to cook.
DR. IRVIN KAPPY and
Barbara Fischel turned the
tables on their guests when
recently wed at Adat Shalom
Synagogue . . . They gave the
gifts . . . contributions to
charities donated in honor of
each attendee . . . Irvin is a
pediatrician at Henry Ford
Hospital and Barbara a deaf
education teacher working on
her Ph.D. in psychology. ❑

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