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August 11, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-11

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

GRAND OPENING SPECIAL

TWO COMPLETE 2-PIECE CHICKEN DINNERS
FOR ONLY $

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An up-scale fast food restaurant offering
an alternative to high calorie, high
cholesterol fast food fare.

Delicious flame-broiled (not fried)
Chicken

I Present coupon at time of order. Combined dinners

I DINE IN OR TAKE OUT

will include: 1 breast, 1 leg, 1 thigh and I wing. No
substitutions, please. One coupon per customer.

OLD ORCHARD CENTER

Southeast Corner Orchard Lake Rd. & Maple

OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

I 626-8580 I

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OFFER EXPIRES 8.31-89

ow SEBASTIAN'S

R E STA UR ANT / R AW

B A R

Dancing Fridays and Saturdays. To The
Martin Scot Kosins Trio

Sebastian's Available For
Private Parties On Sundays

For Reservations:

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Full Service
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Also Featuring
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Hors D'oeuvres, Soups,
Salads, Desserts and
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ALL PREPARED ON PREMISES

EELIVERY AVAILAB LE

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• MEAT TRAYS • SALAD ASSORTMENT
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ALL DINNERS SERVED WITH: SOUP OR SALAD (GREEK OR
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CREAM), HOT COFFEE OR TEA.

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• Cocktails •

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'South Pacific' Run
For Tam-O-Shanter

South Pacific, the Rodgers
and Hammerstein classic
musical, is being produced by
Tam-O-Shanter Country Club
with Lori Weisberg as Nellie
Forbush and Bob Weinstock
as Emile DeBeque. The show
will run for three nights,
Aug. 24-27, at West Bloom-
field High School
Auditorium.
The Aug. 24 show will be
dedicated to 1,000 senior
citizens in the audience. As
with prior productions staged
by Tam-O-Shanter, senior
citizens from local communi-
ty groups are transported and
entertained by the club on
opening night.

The final two shows are
open to the public.
Tam's South Pacific is pro-
duced by Dr. Jack Lawson,
directed by Dr. Stuart



Bob Weinstock and Lori
Weisberg.

LaKind, with musical produc-
tion by Gene Fenby.
There is a charge for Satur-
day and Sunday perfor-
mances. For information, call
Tam-O-Shanter, 855-1900.

`Campman' Dancers
Come To The Center

Will the Joker succeed in
his dastardly plot to
transform the campers of
Camp Maas into zombie-like
Jewish celebrities like Joan
Rivers, Peewee Herman, Dr.
Ruth Westhemimer and
others, or will "Campman"
free the kids from the spell
and allow them to be
themselves?
This question will be
answered by the Camp Maas
Dance Village 3:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the Deroy Theater of
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. The free
performance is open to the
public.
The campers have spent
their mornings for the past
three weeks in a series of
rehearsals at the Melba and
Sidney J. Winer Dance Barn
of Camp Maas. They began
each day with warmups,
followed by "section" rehear-
sals, and then by a run-
through of the opening dance
and finale that includes the
entire cast. The performance
includes jazz, tap and modern
dance numbers.
Director of Dance Village is
Susie Seigle.
Counselors are Carolyn
Fox, Tami Rubin, Missy War-
nick and Kathy Simon.
The cast includes twenty-
three performers, between the
ages of 11 and 13. Campman
and the Joker are played by
Erin Schwartz and Shirley
Berman.
The other participants are
Erika Wolfe, Alana Goldman,

Cortney Lederer, Amy Winer,
Shirlee Berman, Rebecca
Rosen, Leslie Mazur, Mindy
Markowitz, Lonee Weishaus,
Melissa Grant, Julie Chinitz,
Caren Paskel, Lauryn Ben-
nett, Alana Dauter, Tracye
Bello, Emily Ibmpkins, Jen-
nifer Irani, Marla Bean, Jen-
nifer Zicherman, Susan
Kellerman, Aliza Silver and
Jenna Levin.

Scouts Honor
Life-Saver

The Boy Scouts of America
National Court of Honor
recently presented its Medal
of Merit to Brian M. Newman



Brian Newman

of Farmington Hills. Brian
had rescued a young child
from a hotel swimming pool.
Brian, 12, is a first class

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