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January 26, 1990 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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I LISTENING POST I

AND You SAID THERE WAS NOTHING
To Do ON ACOLD WINTERR WEEKEN D.

THE GRAND
E NTREE

THE COZY
CONTINENTAL

THE COUNTRY
CLASSIC

Deluxe two-room suite

Deluxe two-room suite

Deluxe two-room suite

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Continental breakfast

Full buffet breakfast

Full buffet breakfast

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Free parking

Free parking

Free Parking

$79*

$89*

• Per couple per night. Plus tax. Subject to
availability and change. Available Friday,
Saturday and Sunday nights. Reservations
made in advance. Not available to groups.
Additional nights, only S69.

Plus dinner for two
choice of entree,
including salad, from the
menu in our Atrium
Cafe

139*

Call 1-800-424-2900 or 879-7500 for reservations

GUEST QUARTERS®

SUITE HOTEL
TROY

850 Tower Drive • At the Crooks Drive exit of 1-75 • 879-7500

FREE
DINNER

Buy any dinner at regular price,
get 2nd dinner of equal or lesser value

FREE
PIZZA

BUY 1 PIZZA
GET 2nd PIZZA FREE

FREE!

of equal value or less.

AT CARMEN'S RED DEVIL ONLY

27641 John R.
Madison Hts., 1\11 48071

1 coupon per table - Dine in only.
Expires 2-28-90

AT CARMEN'S RED DEVIL ONLY

27641 John R., Madison Fits., MI 48071

Not valid with any other coupon or with
any of the specials or other promotions.
Carry-out only. Expires 2-28-90

FREE
LUNCH

BUY 1 LUNCH AT REG.
PRICE GET 2ND LUNCH

FREE



OF EQUAL. VAI : UE
OR LESS.

AT CARMEN'S RED DEVIL ONLY
27641 John R., Madison Hts., MI 48071
Dine In Only - 1 coupon per table.
Expires 2-28-90

L

Red Devil Restaurant

is proud to announce the
Grand Opening of its new location:

CARMEN'S RED DEVIL

27641 John R.
Madison Heights, MI 48071

Between 11 & 12 Mile

542-9800

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MAGAZINE FOOD EDITORS IN DETROIT & SUBURBS

Serving the Metro Area for over 40 years

OR...VISIT OUR
OTHER LOCATION:

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DETROIT, MI
273-8844

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SERVING THE FINEST ITALIAN & AMERICAN CUISINE
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70

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1990

More Than Reunion
From A 1946 Concert

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

o I married the gal,"
says Nate Rosenberg,
"and boy, was she a
stunning good looker.
"Brother Ed's wedding was
at Lachar's on 12th Street. I
came in from New York,
where I was living then.
"This is October 1946.
Cousin Dubby says to me, 'My
cousin Dorothy Bernstein is
arriving at the Barbizon
Plaza in New York next week.
Why don't you look her up.'
"I did and took her to
Carnegie Hall to see a young
Eugene Istomin making his
debut with the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra.
21-years-old and playing the
difficult and taxing
`Emperor's Concerto' for the
first time. .
"From the third row we
could see beads of sweat on
his forehead. Imagine a stan-
ding ovation from a
sophisticated and blase au-
dience which must have
heard that concert many,
many times before.
"Dorothy saved the concert
program.
"Now it's over 43 years
later, four kids and five
grandchildren. One of our
daughters and her husband
are building a house 18 miles
from Interlochen and we went
for a visit. Mr. Istomin is ap-
pearing there in concert.
What a reunion!
"The concerto is finished
and there are a mob of people
backstage waiting for
autographs. I held up that
1946 program for him to see
and he waved me into the
room saying, 'Don't go away.
I want you to meet my wife
and some friends.'
"His wife is a charmer, Rus-
sian or Italian. His friends
were Mr. and. Mrs. Tom
Monaghan and they were tak-
ing the Istomins to Drum-
mond Island and the next day
to a Tiger ball game. Istomin
is a baseball fan and the
helicopter is waiting.
"Monaghan is a nice sort of
guy, even if Dorothy and I
weren't invited to his island."
CONGRATS ... to sister
Belle . . . on her birthday .. .
Made a boo-boo in forgetting
congrats to brother Marvin
. . . on his birthday Jan. 5 .. .
in Florida for the winter
months with wife Shirley .. .
Mom sure wouldn't have lik-
ed that.
$500 DONATION to a
favorite charity was prize
from the Boardwalk mer-

chants, Orchard Lake Road
south of Maple . . . Winner,
Royal Bryson, a General
Motors aerodynamist, had his
check sent to the Capuchin
Community Center soup kit-
chen in Detroit.

COCO'S DEPT. . . . "Well,
now we dogs can bark that
we've got a circus without any
other animals trying to take
the show away from us. . . .
It's the Southfield Circus
Spectacular at the Pavilion on
Evergreen and Civic Center
Drive . . . this Sunday, 7:30
p.m. . . . with those Fabulous
Darnells dog act woofing it up
. . . Some humans too . . . like
the Great Wallendas high

Forty-three years
and a large
family — later,
Istomin waved
them into the
room.

wire bit; escape artist, jug-
gler, illusionist, national
champ trampoline artist .. .
For more info, have your paws
dial 354-4717 . . . Sure would
like some of those yummy
treats the Dranells give their
dogs!
"Two dogs were watching
an X-rated movie in a drive-
in theater. Finally, one nudg-
ed the other and said, 'How do
you like that? And us they
throw water on. "

JEWELRY DEPT. ...
Beverly Peiss, Sinai hospital
dietary gal, and David Price,
are engaged for a June wed-
ding at Congregation Beth
Shalom.

THIRKELL ELEMEN-
TARY grads will have a lun-
cheon honoring their gym
teacher, Mrs. Politzer, end of
April or beginning of May .. .
Guys 'n gals interested
should call Fayge Posen,
967-3015.

VISITING HIS grand-
father's hometown of Newcas-
tle, England, Ed Welford and
wife Joyce, bossfolks of
Travelers World in Sugar
Tree, Orchard Lake Road
north of Maple, discovered
that the city's oldest Jewish
cemetery contained graves of
eight of his aunts . . . The last
one to be buried there was his
aunt Matilda Gaskell in
1851.
The cemetery is next to a
brewery which put in and
cares for a path so folks don't
walk over the plots. 0

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