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February 09, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-09

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I LISTENING POST I

LUNCH 11 a.m.
DINNER 4 p.m.

NOW SERVING
GOURMET PIZZA AND FRESH PASTA
AS A COMPLIMENT TO OUR
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CUISINE.

Local Variety Club
Meeting Goes Public

Entertainment Thru Saturday by Reflections: Heartbeat opens Feb. 6
TUesday thru Saturday



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FOR 2
$895

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• Minimum
8 Persons
• 1 Coupon
Per
Customer

HAVING A
PARTY?
LET US
CATER TO
YOUR NEEDS

• Expires
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29145 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile Rd.
356.2310
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Local Columnist

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COMPARE ANYWHERE! • • • IF YOU WANT THE BEST

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2 for $10.95

• CHICKEN STIR FRY w/ garden greens, veg.

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OPEN 7 DAYS . . . MON. THRU THURS. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. — SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

WING HONG

OF FARMINGTON

INTRODUCES IT'S NEW MENU
FOR THE CHINESE SIDE

TOKYO STEAK HOUSE
ENJOY OUR DINNER SPECIAL FOR 2

31455 W. 14 Mile at Northwestern

78 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1990

851-7400

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Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

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

$1495

per person

$895

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

355•2050

EMBASSY

SUITES
HOTEL

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

here's a triple first
time in the exalted
history of Variety
Club, Detroit Chapter.
The fine group, whose
primary concern is the well-
being of children, will open its
monthly luncheon to the
public on Feb. 16, noon to
2 p.m.
New place and new day also
for the local guys and gals
who do so much good work in
behalf of the kiddies . . .
Will be at Embassy Suites
Hotel, Northwestern High-
way . . . and on a Friday in-
stead of Thursday.
Attendees will include
Marilyn Turner and John
Kelly of WXYZ-TV's Kelly &
Co.; actress June Wilkinson,
more Playboy magazine ap-
pearances than any other
bunny, performing at Wind-
sor's Stage West Theatre in
the Wally's Cafe comedy;
songstress Jeri Beaucaire;
comedian Jack Gallagher, etc.
. . . Members $10, non-
members $12 . . . Reserva-
tions are a must . . . Call the
Variety Club office, 855-6440.
IF EXPECTING to be in
the Boca Raton area of
Florida weekend of March
9-11, here's something you
may not want to miss.
The "Spring Break '90" by
local Michigan Cancer Foun-
dation will have its second an-
nual shindig there.
March 9, 7 p.m. is cocktail
party hosted by Frank and
Stephanie Germack in their
Boca Raton home . . . Satur-
day is main event, 7 p.m.,
with cocktail reception in the
Cloister Gardens of the Boca
Raton Resort Hotel & Club
and dinner and dancing in
the Galleon Room . . . Sunday,
1 p.m., is a seabreeze buffet
hosted by Weldon and Page
Yaeger at their Ocean Ridge
beach home.
Reservations should be
made as soon as possible
because of space limitations.
Call MCF, 833-0710.
P.S. . . . Arrangements have
also been made to have very
good weather.
GET WELL wishes . . . to
Anita Gray . . . recuperating
after triple bypass heart
surgery . . . She and hubby
Phil now live in Tuscon, Ariz.
(2588 W. Crown King Drive,
zip 85741, 602-297-2558.)
DAY OF DAYS for Cres-
cent Shrine Club is March 29
. . . That's when they'll again
take all those handicapped,
underprivileged, leukemia

victims, etc., to see the clowns,
animals and 000h-and-ah acts
. . . Sonny Goldstein is usual
chairman this year.
JEWELRY DEPT. . . .
Karen Rubenfire and Daniel
Sherbin are engaged for an "I
Do" session Nov. 24 of this
year.
COCO'S DEPT. . . .
"Wonder what kinds of treats
I can send Gary Sussman and
his wife Lorraine Platman at
Sweet Lorraine's Cafe on
Greenfield north of 12 Mile
Road . . . All the money from
Sweetheart Social this Sun-
day, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., goes to
suburban Detroit's National
Society for Animal
Protection.
"People can bring stuffed
teddy bears to enter in a Best
Bear Contest (I think stuffed
dogs are prettier, myself) and
a bunch of celebrity-auto-
graphed teddy bears will be
auctioned during the evening.
All kinds of people food at the
big dinner specialties buffet,
plus Lorraine's yummy
desserts (sorry, no Pup-
peronis) and plenty of wine
. . . Donation is $50."
PERCY KAPLAN'S Dept.
. . . "Hello, this is long
distance. I have a call for you
from Palm Springs" . . .
"Hello, Herman, this is Rube.
Listen, I'm stranded here and
I need $500" . . . "I can't hear
you. Something is wrong with
the phone" . . . "I want $500"
. . . "I still can't hear you" .. .
"I can hear it OK," inter-
rupted the operator . . . "Then
you give him the $500."
MILTON BERLE says,
"My wife Ruth always laugh-
ed at everything I did. That's
why we never had any
children." ❑

ENTERTAINMENT 1

Batmobile Seen
At Cobo Hall

Custom cars, Cyclerama
and the all-new Batmobile
are part of the 38th Annual
Budweiser Autorama at
Cobo Hall, Feb. 16-18.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Cobo Hall,
224-1000.

'Owl, Pussycat'
In Ann Arbor

West End productions
presents The Owl and the
Pussycat Feb. 15-25 at the
Performance Network in
Ann Arbor.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the box office,
663-0681.

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