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December 08, 1989 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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I LISTENING POST I

\N( ) One of Metropolitan Detroit's

Most Beautiful and Exciting
Restaurant-Lounges

Celebrate New Year's Eve 1989

I Open Menu 3 p.m.-9 p.m.1 New Year's Eve Party 9:30 Seating

Dinner & Dancing to PAM MARTIN & PIZZAZZ

$ 120 per couple

Soup: Lobster Bisque

(does not include liquor, tax or gratuity)

Salad: Caesar or House

Choice of 6 Entrees

• Grilled Norwegian Salmon
• 1/2 Dover Sole
• 24 Oz. Excalibur N.Y. Sirloin
• 16 Oz. Veal Porterhouse • Rack of Lamb Provencale • Amish Chix Breast Saute Marte
• All Served Bouquetierre
• New Year's Torte or Raspberry Mousse Parfait

FOR RESERVATIONS: 358.3355

28875 Franklin Road. at Northwestern Hwy. and 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

"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 but the place is too far. The food and music are
lousy. The service is horrible. Last week I ran out of excuses."

362-1262

Authentic Italian
Cuisine Served In
An Intimate
Atmosphere

KTAILS

Open 7 Days
Lunch-Mon.-Fri, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner Mon.-Thurs, 3 p.m.-10 pm.
Fri. 3 p.m.-11 p.m., Sat. 4:30 p.m.-11 p.m.
We Cater To Your
Special Occasion
Sunday 4 p.m.-9 p.m.
32758 Grand River In The Village Commons 3 Blks. E. of Farm. Rd. • 477.7777

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Each Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$1495

The Best in Dining

CHOP
CARus

d.•

per person

$895

HOUSE

3020 Grand River 833-0700
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
S erving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE
WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
THREE DINNERS

I FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

Children 12 and under

All beef
aged in
Our own
coolers

WE ONLY USE
VEGETABLE OIL IN
ALL OUR COOKING,
INCLUDING FRIED
FOODS

NO MSG ON REQUEST

WING HONG

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

355•2050

EMBASSY

SUITES

FREE OFFER GOOD ONLY AT SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

18203 W. 10 Mile Rd. at Southfield Rd. • 569.5527

Visit Our Farmington Hills Restaurant, 14 Mile & Northwestern, 851.7400

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1989

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

Festive Inaugural
For City Of Southfield

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

am-packed happening
was inauguration cere-
monies by City of
Southfield as elected officials
were given their oath of office.
Most of the council
members looked like they
belonged up there.
Reception following in the
Southfield Pavilion was the
best yet . . . as attendees
feasted on goodie foods from
Mark Stein's Mark of Ex-
cellence Catering . . . and en-
joyed behind-the-bar per-
sonality Richard Oliver, one
of the best.
Richard started with Sam-
my Lieberman in 1937 .. .
later moved with Sammy
from his 12th Street Blaine
Restaurant to the Avalon
Room in Oak Park . . . to the
first Raleigh House on Wyom-
ing . . . and the edifice on
Telegraph and 10 Mile .. .
Richard was with Sammy and
Mark when they did catering
for Temple Israel, Temple
Beth El and Temple Emanu-
El . . . and after Sammy's
passing has since stayed on
with Mark.
From presentation of colors
by Southfield Veteran's Group
to Rabbi Morton Yolkut of .
Congregation B'nai David to
Colleen Burcar introduction
of guests on down to short
remarks by Mayor Don
Fracassi and Council Presi-
dent Eli Robinson, it was well
planned.
Sam and Commissioner
Lillian Jaffee-Oaks, Mort and
Bernadine Stein, Ray and
Councilwoman Vicki
Goldbaum, Councilman Sid
Lantz, Councilman Eli and
Zelda Robinson, Councilman
Steve and Vivian Hurtie,
Jack and Judy Berris, Todd
and Paula Kilroy, Roman and
Judy Gronkowski, Jerry
Tobin, Artie Fields, Senator
Jack Faxon, George Blair,
Ron Roberts, Don Gross, Com-
missioner Larry Pernick, Pat
Flannery . . . and a lot more
were there.
CONGRATS ... to Mae
Richman . . . on her birthday
. . . Hubby Sam ' Richman
recently became the first
male member of Tikvah B'nai
B'rith Chapter.
WHERE THEY ARE ...
Bill Rosen . . . now manager
of the Highland Appliance
store on Woodward and 13
Mile Road . . . Bill was with
Highland in Maumee, Ohio,
before returning to the
hometown . . . Tuesdays and
Thursdays are managers' day

j

off at Highland, so don't look
for him on those days .. .
Other times, Bill is there
from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and two
Sundays a month.
DAN RAPPAPORT and
Dr. Marshall Shapiro have
something very much in com-
mon . . . Neither can count
stairs . . . Both Dan and Mar-
shall went down four steps at
home instead of five . . . put-
ting one of their feet out of
whack for awhile . . . Plenty
of pain, but Dan and Mar-
shall are recuperating . . . and
remembering to next time
take five steps.
KEVIN GOFF, son of
localites Gloria and Myron
Goff, isn't just another broad-
caster . . . he's a real degreed
meteorologist graduate from
Texas A. & M. University .. .
That's why he's so good as the
new weather forecaster at
KAMC-TV 28 in Lubbock,
Texas . . . While here, Kevin
did undergraduate work as a
weathercaster at Western
Michigan University . . . and
during his senior year at
Western interned as an assis-
tant in weather-telling at
WJBK-TV Channel 2.
ERRATA, TYPO, Etc.
Dept. . . . Mike Yellen,
honored at Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame, is na-
tional racquetball champion,
not handball . . . Thanks to
Dr. Milton Lappin for poin-
ting this out . . . no slouch
himself years back as a hand-
ball star . . . In doubles corn-
petition with Leo Dressler
and Al Zerbo, he won five
state and city championships
and seven YMCA titles.
HOW'S THIS for a birth-
day celebration . . . being
taken to a super market? .. .
Since Sandy Panush spends
so much of her time at Shop-
ping Center Market in West
Bloomfield, she was brought
there in a limousine . . . and
wheeled her cart down the ai-
sle meeting friends scattered
throughout the store . . . with
thanks to owner Sid Hiller
and his staff . . . After
greeting them at the super
market, they all went to
R.I.K.'s for a 40th birthday
lunch.
ROTTEN SHAME . . . cer-
tainly not fair . . . that Mark
Shapiro, long snap center for
Michigan State, may not be
taken to the Aloha Bowl in
Hawaii because he can't play
. . . Mark, son of Dee and
Marshall Shapiro, was injured
in Spartan's final game .. .
Wouldn't you think his help-
ing the team get there
deserves a vacation in
Hawaii? . . . Sure hope Coach

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