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July 06, 1990 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-06

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I LISTENING POST

I BEST OF EVERYTHING I

OF SOUTHFIELD

_exam WIMP

FREE DINNER

B'nai B'rith Scores Big
With Golf Classic Success

WITH PURCHASE OF DINNER OF EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE
!No Carry Out GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK Excludes Holidays
TABLE ORDERING
GROUPS OF OVER 8
COUPON VALID FOR
lAMBCHOPS
EXCLUDED
EXCLUDED FROM COUPON USE
ENTIRE TABLE
FROM COUPON USE

DANNY RASKIN

15% Tip Added to Entire Bill • Does Not Include Tax or Liquor • Expires 7-12-90j

FABULOUS
SUNDAY BRUNCH

Local Columnist

50

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per person

GROUPS OF OVER 8 ARE EXCLUDED
FROM COUPON USE

Expires 7-12-90 ,

EXCLUDES HOLIDAYS

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31646 Northwestern Hwy., West of Middlebelt, Farmington Hills

855-4600

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ANY LARGE PIZZA
or LARGE ANTIPASTO
or LARGE GREEK SALAD

• Coupon Must Be Presented When Ordering
• Not Good With Any Other Discounts or Coupons
• Expires 7-12-90
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I FREE BANQUET ROOM AVAILABLE

Mexican or American Cuisine

YOU DON'T HAVE
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DOWNTOWN FOR
AUTHENTIC
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WE COOK ONLY
WITH 100%
VEGETABLE OIL
INCLUDING OUR BEANS

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rMEXICAN SAMPLER PLATTER

FOR TWO

$9.95

INCLUDES: STEAK FAJITA, 2 TACOS, CHEESE EN-
CHILADA, EL PADRE BURRITO, TOSTADA,
GUACAMOLE DIP, RICE AND BEANS.

L With Coupon •

• Dine In Only • One Coupon Per Visit
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Sat. 2 p.m.-12 Mid., Sun. 4 p.m.-10 p.m.

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WHOLE CHICKEN FOR 2

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7 DAYS A WEEK-4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
1 Coupon Per Person
No Carry-Out

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North of 10 Mile
In Front of Tel-Ex Plaza

RESTAURANT

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ure it was for a won-
derful cause . . . with-
out a doubt a primary
factor . . . And certainly the
big togetherness played a
heavy role.
But few kidded themselves
. . . or each other . . . Nobody
likes to lose . . . much less the
104 guys who teed off in the
recent 8th Annual Michigan
B'nai B'rith Golf Classic at
Tam O'Shanter Country
Club.
They drove with fluid and
oomph, chose clubs wisely
and unwisely, kneeled to
measure putts and even swore
when missing or not getting
off a good shot.
Heck, the fellows wouldn't
be human if they didn't .. .
but in the end, when the golf-
ing day was over, smiles were
restored and laughter
abounded again at the even-
ing cocktail hour and dinner
attended by about 150.

So many prizes raffled, so
many auctioned off . . . But
the biggest came in the
knowledge that they were
raising funds for one of their
pet projects . . . the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization
(BBYO) . . . How's a whopping
$18,000 give or take for the
day? . . . Not a bad haul for
the tee-timers . . . not bad at
all.
Asked how he golfed, Doug
Schubot replied, "It sure was
a beautiful day" . . . Doug and
Sydell will host and hostess a
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion's Circle of Fellows shin-
dig at their Schubot Jewelers
in Troy, Sept. 22.
Not a bad way to spend
their 13th anniversary, felt
sportscaster Don Shane and
wife Mona . . . raising money
for an excellent cause.
This is the first year that
the evening dinner was open
to women . . . A few with
wives were scattered around
. . . Many others moaned
about not being able to tell
the off-color joke they had just
heard.
Beau Jack's Gary Cochran,
honorary co-chairman with
dad Jack Cochran, always
smiling and cooperative .. .
Steve Carlin telling about his
nine cars in storage, in-
cluding a 1935 LaSalle .. .
Marty Feldman, Myron
Milgrom, Kal Soskin, Dr. Abe
Pearlman, Seymour Brode,
Ben Tapper.
Barrister Jerry Portney a

celebrity since appearing
with his client on the Oprah
Winfrey national television
show and Kelly & Co. locally
. . . He had won a child har-
rassment case.
B'nai B'rith Foundation
and Council employees sold
raffle tickets . . . and walked
around showing some of the
jewelry being auctioned .. .
Bobbie Levine, director of the
Michigan Regional Council,
first woman to hold the post
in 50-year history . . . Linda
Berke, new Foundation direc-
tor; Barbara Adler, Council
administrative assistant; and
Emily Rogow, Foundation ad-
ministrative assistant.
Chairman Ralph Miller and
Co-Chairman Peter Perlman
mighty proud of the turnout
and rolling in of many dollars
. . . Ralph Woronoff, new
Council president, getting
raffle off "on the right foot" by
winning the evening's first
prize, a 20" color television
set . . . Irving Siegel taking
pictures . . . He and Fritz
Friclaon contributed much to
the day and evening's success
. . . Jeff Sherbow, Arnie
Becker, Meyer Pearlman.
Emily Rogow a true fund-
raiser . . . buying an Agam
painting in bidding against
Ben Tapper . . . and selling it
to him for an additional $25
into the B'nai B'rith coffers
. . . Chip Iceberg doing an ex-
cellent job as auctioneer.
First place during the golf-
ing day won by the foursome
of Bruce Ingber, David Simon,
Steve Solomon and Art Levin.
The weather cooperated for
a beautiful day and evening
. . . Many of the gents couldn't
get over the amount of gifts
for raffling off and auctioning
. . . Seems like a majority had
winning tickets around the
room . . . and already want to
know when the 9th annual
will be held . . . they've got a
lot of people to bring.
EVERYBODY TALKS
about how good the delis are
in Detroit . . . but everywhere
they go, seems like New York-
style is the thing.
Now a couple of former
Detroiters have done
something about it . . . Yester-
day was the opening of their
Detroit Delicatessen on W.
Sample Rd. in Margate,
Florida.
The motif has local street
signs . . . menu sandwiches
named after Detroit land-
marks, Detroit theme decor,
etc.
The ex-gents from here-
abouts behind the new

Detroit Deli are one-time
kosher caterer Harvey Bloom
and son Jeff Bloom, a familiar
counterman from this locale.
They're mighty proud of
their Detroit background .. .
Detroit delicatessens are
among the finest anywhere
(they rank among the nation's
top five.)
CONGRATS . . . to Dr. Abe
Pearlman and wife Sylvia .. .
on their 50th anniversary .. .
to Don and Mona Shane .. .
on their 13th anniversary .. .
to Bobbie Levine . . . on her
birthday.
THERE'S MUCH more to
just Elwin Greenwald open-
ing Elwin's Tu-Go on
Lafayette and Sixth in Royal
Oak sometime this August.
He's highly knowledgeable
in kosher foods and prepara-
tion and is also looking for-
ward to what he and cohort
Dale Thayer call "upscale
kosher cooking."
Elwin started with Van
Dyke Place as an assistant
chef in 1981 and is presently
its executive chef . . . He will
soon leave Van Dyke Place.
Elwin was bar mitzvah at
Mishkan Israel Synagogue
and while living at home kept
kosher with his family.
MOTOR CITY MUFFINS
were recently served at the
1990 Michigan New Product
breakfast buffet in Lansing
. . . Sisters-in-law owners
Joyce Sherman and Susan
Borin received the 1990
Michigan New Products
Award . . . with an eggless oat
bran cherry muffin in the
agricultural/edible category
for small business.
Their winning eggless
cherry oat bran muffin car-
ries the "Heart Healthy" logo
. . . and is among over 50
Motor City Muffin varieties.
New York has the apple
muffin as their state muffin
. . . Now Michigan has the
Cherry Oat Bran Muffin.
A BIT OF LAS VEGAS
came to Hyatt Regency Dear-
born recently and it wasn't
gambling . . . "Knock Out At
The Hyatt" had boxing in the
Hubbard Ballroom . . . and
hotel lobby weigh-ins.
FOUR AREA students
from Detroit, Oak Park,
Southfield and Ann Arbor
were recipients of $5,000 in
scholarships yesterday when
John Darakjian Jewelers
held its second annual awards
ceremony.
Tuition vouchers for $2,000,
$1,500, $1,000 and $500 went
to Miriam Fisher, Southfield;
Naomi Waters, Oak Park;

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