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July 06, 1990 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-06

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I SPOTLIGHT

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"THE BEST IS BACK"!

YOU LOVED US ON 7 MILE & GREENFIELD.
NOW YOU'LL LOVE MATT BRADY'S ON SOUTHFIELD & 13 MILE EVEN MORE!

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TV Satellite

with

6-Foot Screen

For All
Sporting Events.
Pistons, Tigers,
Lions, Red Wings, Etc.

Stop By For Our Famous Burgers,
Grilled Chicken, Chili, Soups, Salads
and Daily Specials
ALL MADE THE ORIGINAL "BRADY WAY"

2 FOR 1 BURGERS

SAT. & SUN. 12 noon-4 p.m.
OPEN 7 DAYS 'TIL 2 a. m.
Just North of 13 Mile on Southfield
Across from Border's Bookstore

642-6422

COMPARE ANYWHERE! . . . IF YOU WANT THE BEST — GIVE USA TEST!

OPEN 7 DAYS-SUNAHURS 11.10

I DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE J

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ROASTED
OR B.B4
CHICKEN
FOR 2
$895

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ASTED

I FRI:SAT.

Helen Frankenthaler at DIA in front of the acrylic 'Hint from
Bassano,1973.'

Helen Frankenthaler
Visits DIA

118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

JUST NORTH OF 101111E NEXT TO ZOO

544-1211

QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

LCOUPON

FAMILY ITALIAN DINING & PIZZA

4033 W. 12 MILE, 3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
Berkley
548-3650

11171A—MBS—RSII
HOMEMADE CAC BREAD

SatIARE PIDA
ROOD PEA
SMALL OR LARK SMALL-48—LARR
ON FOOD PURCHASES
OF $6 OR MORE

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DINING ROOM, CARRY-OUT
Expires December 31, 1990

• BANQUET ROOMS • BEER • WINE

• COMPLETE CARRY-OUT • COCKTAILS

WING HONG

OF FARMINGTON

INTRODUCES ITS NEW MENU
FOR THE CHINESE SIDE

Broninie's

On ahe J2ake

Home Of The
Outdoor Dining Deck

The New 1-696 Freeway
Hastens Your Drive
To Fine Dining and
Dancing 7 Days A Week

OPEN FOR
PRIVATE PARTIES

Oct. 1-March 1

• Fresh Seafood
• Raw Bar
• Chop House

771-4455

24420 E. Jefferson

St. Clair Shores

TOKYO STEAK HOUSE
ENJOY OUR DINNER SPECIAL FOR 2

31455 W. 14 Mile at Northwestern

851-7400

CUSTOM CATERING

Eat less
saturated
fats.

• Weddings
• Bar & Bat Mitzvahs
• Showers
• All Receptions,
• Open Houses Wedding, etc.

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

COMPLETE WEEKLY
DINNER SPECIALS

CARRY OUT & DELIVERY AVAILABLE

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FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1990

737-5190

32839 Northwestern Hwy.
Tiffany Plaza
Bet. 14 Mile Rd. & Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

FASHION GROUP

Local Columnist

D

istinguished painter
Helen Franken-
thaler attended a
June 22 preview reception to
kick-off the exhibit "Helen
Frankenthaler: A Paintings
Retrospective" at the
Detroit Institute of Arts. The
exhibition, which runs until
Sept. 2, features 40 canvases
between 1952 and 1988
showing the range of her
painting from soak-stained
colorful canvases to her
darker works of recent
years.
Judge Susan Borman, of
the Wayne County Circuit
Court, is part of the
honorary committee of the
exhibit. Judge Borman has a
Frankenthaler painting she
purchased two decades ago
from the Gertrude Kasle
Gallery in the Fisher
Building. She refers to her
Frankenthaler as a "Salute
to Life." While working
for Legal Aid in the early
1970s, she was taken hos-
tage by a convicted felon.
After this experience, she
decided to go out and pur-
chase a costly Franken-
thaler painting she admired.
"Life is too precarious not to
do this," Borman said. Her
Frankenthaler turned out to
be a good investment as well
as a salute to life.
Some of the patrons at the
cocktail reception included:
Aviva Robinson, Marjorie
Levy, Sen. Jack Faxon,
Mr. and Mrs. Mandell
Berman, the Honorable
Susan Borman, Stuart
Michaelson, Doug and
Sydell Schubot, Kathleen
Strauss.

The Fashion Group of
Detroit, an international,
non-profit group of retailers
and executives in the fash-
ion world, held a luncheon
meeting June 18 at Fairlane
Mall with a slide show and
fashion presentation. Cathy
Horyn of The Detroit News
gave a commentary on the
latest fashions. Suzy
Farbman, a past Fashion
Group president, was excited
about the fashion group's
latest T-shirt with a drawing
of 'Tavy Stone and her
quote, "Unless your legs are
perfect joys, short little
shorts are for short little
boys." Freda Lefton,
Tavy's mother, and Willie
Stone, former husband of
the late Tavy Stone, were
equally proud of the T-shirt.
Proceeds from the shirt go to
the Tavy Stone Fashion
Group Library, housed in
the Detroit Historical Muse-
um.

Some of the fashionable
women in the crowd includ-
ed: Regional President
Florine Mark, Barbara
Loren, JoAnn Nosan, Sue
Kaufman, Deborah
Mazer, Carolyn Levin and
Sherry Hafner. Peter
Levin, advertising director
of Cadillac, was one of the
fashionable men in the au-
dience. Cadillac supports the
Fashion Group scholarship
fund. Ceci Orman took time
away from preparing for the
move of her store, Ceci's, to
the Boardwalk to attend.
The Fashion Group an-
nounced their honorees for
the upcoming AIDS fund-
raising ball to be held Nov.

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