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May 03, 1991 - Image 80

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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SPOTLIGHT

RESERVATIONS
TAKEN
FOR
MOTHER'S
DAY,
MAY 12

Chairman Wong Says

Whether It's Our
Great Dover Sole
Or Authentic Chinese Food,
GIVE MOM THE BEST"
Bring Her To



Tort

Restaurant & Lounge

Enjoy Dancing Tues.-Sat.
To Stuart Rogoff,
At Pearl City, Southfield

15- 3.00 OFF DINNER' X10% OFF CARRY-OUTS

Purchase 1 entree receive
$3.00 OFF
I the purchase of a second entree.
I One per person, per order. Sun:Thur. I
Doesn't apply to split orders.
I

GOOD THRU 511-91

LPEARL CITY

I

NO MINIMUM OR MAXIMUM!

BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH

354-3700

One coupon per order.
Offer good every day.

ROSEVILLE

GOOD THRU 5-11-911

LPEARL CITY

SOUTHFIELD

11 MILE ROAD

20753 13 Mile Rd.
(At Little Mack)
Rosemack Shopping Center
293-4640

al a

FAX:
354-0647
ROCHESTER HILLS

2601 South Rochester Rd.
(North of Auburn Rd.)
852-0170

V1- 1:1-Via laVia.'lla

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

CATERING HOT LINE

32415 NORTHWESTERN
Bet. Middlebelt & 14

T

CUSTOM CATERING AT ITS FINEST

NEW! COMPLETE LUNCH AND DINNER MENUS
Carry-Out or Cafe Seating

50% OFF



SECOND FULL DINNER

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY FULL DINNER

Expires 5-9-91

L

LIVE
MARYLAND
BLUE CRABS

Flown In Daily!

SPECIALIZING IN:

• GARLIC CRABS

• STONE CRAB CLAWS

• MARYLAND CRAB CAKES

PiStokatte,

Di Mocksta

IN MARKET STREET SHOPPES, 29400 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield
358-0344

• SOFT SHELL CRABS

621 SOUTH OPPYKE
AUBURN HILLS, MI

313-332-7744



Presents

MOTHER'S
DAY

Dinners From 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Reservations Required

ROTISSERIE-STYLE

Carry-Out

DAD'Z CHICKEN

2448 Orchard Lake Road just west of Middlebelt•Sylvan Lake

683-7030

he Women's Health
Club of the Jewish
Community Center
presented Spring Fantasy
'91, an annual fashion show
and boutique shopping on
April 24. In addition to wat-
ching the colorful fashions
by Jacobson's, the crowd was
touting the health club
facilities.
"We have fabulous classes
and excellent teachers," said
Joan Epstein, co-chair of
the event. Marci Zeman,
chairperson of WHC and
Valerie Ettinger, co-chair
of the event, agreed.
The newest addition at the
health club is personal
trainers. "We are keeping
up with the times," said
Bruce Landgarten, assis-
tant JCC director.
Some of the healthy people
in the crowd included: Carol

Wolfe, Beth Borson, June
Egrin, Marcy Kass, Hope
Silverman, Cathy Slavik,
Susan Susi and Tracey
Wolfe.

A Special Menu She'll Love

AMISH CHICKEN

Spring Fantasy '91
At JCC Health Club

-

737.5190

855.9463

Spring Fantasy organizers include Joan Epstein, Marci Zeman and
Valerie Ettinger.

Eat less
saturated
fats.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

11 0}

CCFA volunteers
Carol Roberts, Ilene Schwartz.

Rands, Cheryl LaKritz
and Jeanne Dubin.

GATEWAY EVENT

The Gateway Montessori
will hold an art sale and
silent auction on Sunday
May 5 at the Glen Oaks
Country Club from 1. to 4
p.m. A presentation from the
Tiferet Gallery in Oak Park
will include works of Israeli
artists, including Dubi

Arie, Baruch Nachshon,
Ben Avram and Yosi
Stern. Some of the
Gateway's board of directors
and supporters include Jim
Kohlenberg and Phil
Sack.

FASHION PASSION

VILLAGE ANTIQUES

Passion for fashion was
this year's theme for the
auction and fashion show
benefiting the Michigan
Chapter Chron's & Colitis
Foundation of America
(CCFA). Almost 400 patrons
attended the April 18 event
at the Ritz Carlton with co-
chairs Carol Roberts and
Ilene Schwartz. Saks Fifth
Avenue provided the bright
fashions. Before the show,
there was a silent auction
featuring weekend trips, gift
certificates, jewelry and
other wonderful items. Some
of the patrons included:

The Village Antiques
Show for the benefit of
Henry Ford Museum and
Greenfield Village will be
held on May 10-12. The show
will host 47 of the country's
top dealers in antique fur-
nishings and include lec-
tures on purchasing anti-
ques and the motor car in
art. For more information,
call the Henry Ford Museum
& Greenfield Village at 271-
1620.

Harriet Fuller, Maida
Portnoy, Lillian Broner,
Carol Zamler, Nanci

AKIVA DINNER

Over 600 people attended
the Akiva Hebrew Day
School 27th anniversary
banquet at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek on April 21

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