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May 17, 1991 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-17

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7'2 FOR 1'

( GOOD 7 DAYS FROM 4 p.m. \

composer-entertainer . . . too
many hands waving in the
air.
That 1,200 count, by the
way, is quite a fine figure con-
sidering how tough times are
. . . proof again that it's not
the amount of money you
have but how you spend it.
This one might rank among
MCF's best dinner affairs .. .
The entertainment certainly
did . . . Ellen and Max Ernst
read about Linda Solomon's
"love affair" with Burt
Bacharach and following din-
ner graciously had her at
their front-row table next to
the stage where Linda shot a
roll of film without fainting
and didn't even lose her voice
. . . Dick Brown had made
sure Linda would be up close
to shoot Burt Bacharach.
If the legendary composer
ever wanted an inspiration
for a tune, he'd readily find
one being with Helen Zucker-
man . . . Every time I see and
speak to Helen, the song
"Sweet And Lovely" always
comes to mind . . . Whoever
wrote the tune of yesteryears
must have been thinking
about someone like Helen.
Judy Verona, hubby Col-
eman's frau, is contrary to
thought, p.r. gal Rhonda's
mother, not her sister . . . No,
Dr. Morey Firestone didn't
change his name to Harvey
. . . just uses it on his card .. .
Black tie was the basic thing
again, but Frank Elias (Bet-
ty) wore a striped one and
Marty (Lorraine) Blanck had
on a print . . . Bruce and
Rosalie Rosen, Stu Gorelick,
Les and Miriam Coburn,
Diane Wolok, Marty Kellman
giving someone "the last
quarter to my name" for a
phone call . . . Sure wish
there was room to mention
everyone . . . The supporters
of Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion certainly deserve it.
GET WELL Wishes . . . to
Joe Silberschein . . . recuper-
ating at home after surgery
. . . to Specs Howard . . . recu-
perating after knee surgery
at Providence Hospital.
JET (Jewish Ensemble
Theater) production of Can-
torial at Jewish Community
Center was to have ended its
successful run . . . but has
been extended until May 26
because of requests by so
many who want to see the
show.
20 AREA restaurants will
offer tastes at Temple Shir
Shalom's "Trips, Travel and A
Taste of Cuisine" June 1, 8
p.m.-2 a.m. in the Triatria
Building on Northwestern
Highway . . . (R.I.K.'S, E.G.
Nicks, Rikshaw Inn, Beau
Jack's, Vineyard's, Taste of
Seasons, Stage and Co.,
Honey Tree, Buddy's, Deli

Unique, Uptown Deli and
others) . . . It'll also include a
silent auction, music and dan-
cing, raffle and door prizes .. .
Norman Lynn is chairman
. . . For tickets and more info,
call Temple Shir Shalom,
737-8700.
SOL LEWIS, highly-
regarded localite hypnothera-
pist, was recently inducted in-
to the International Hypnosis
Hall of Fame in Blue Bell,
Penn . . . It was during the
12th annual "Sealah" awards
dinner at the Diplomat Hotel
in Atlantic City, where Sol
was given the prestigious
"Sealah" Award in recogni-
tion of his pioneering work in
hypnosis for more than 47
years.
Sol is not only a radio talk
show and TV personality, but
also known internationally as
a lecturer and author . . .
Most of all, though, as a gent
with quick-wit humor.
WORD IS that another
restaurant will join the ever-
growing Unique Restaurant
Corp. chain . . . It's the former
Michael's on 13 Mile east of
Southfield in the Corners
Shopping Center . . . Matt
Prentice has come a long way
since the one-operation Deli
Unique in Oak Park . . . (Now
3 D.U.s keep company with
Sebastian's, Morels, Cafe Jar-
din and Plaza Deli) . . .
Although Matt and wife
Alicia's son is named
Michael, the restaurant name
will be changed.

THERE'LL BE over 40
local restaurants, wineries
and breweries serving tastes
of their specialties during the
third annual Memorial Day
weekend Michigan Tasteful,
May 24-27, at the New Center
area between Woodward and
Lodge Expressway . . . It'll be
coordinated this year by Oak
Parker Betty Ingraham.
IMPORTANT DATE to
mark on your calendar .. .
10th annual Celebrity Ball,
June 2, at the Ritz Carlton,
Dearborn . . . by Variety Club
or Variety, The Children's
Charity, whichever you
choose . . . Cocktails 5:30
p.m., dinner 6:30 p.m. . . .
black tie optional, music by
Johnny Trudell . . . Mort
Crim, master of ceremonies,
magician-comedian Paul
Kozak . . . Humanitarian
Award will go to the Mike and
Marion Ditch family . . . with
heart awards to Tom Morley,
Bob Fenton, Joe Donovan,
Jimmy Carson, Mike Micallef
and Earl Weissert . . . For
more info, call Variety,
855-6440.
REUNION DEPT . . . Oak
Park High class of '61 holds
its 30th year shindig Nov. 30
at Livonia Marriott . . . For
more info, call Dodi Pasman
Harris, 555-4166; or Carol
Baskin Hampson, 542-8726.
GARDENER . . . "Of
course my garden doesn't look
like those seed packages.
Those were posed by profes-
sional vegetables."

ANYTHING ON OUR
GREAT NEW MENU!

(Does Not Include Lamb Chops, Steaks and Bar-B-Q Ribs)

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, POTATO,
VEGETABLE & BREAD BASKET

• Present Coupon Before Ordering • No Carry-Out • Good For Entire Table • Not Good
with-Other Offers or Daily Specials • Excludes Groups Over 10 • Expires 5-23-91_1

ESUNDAY BRUNCH

95

(Groups of Over 10 Excluded
I From Coupon Use.)
L • No Holidays

per person
• Expires 5-23-91

OF SOUTHFIELD

25080 SOUTHFIELD

1 BIk. N. of 10 Mile

I

557.8910

CHICKEN PAPRIKAS
DINNER
$545

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

DELI and RESTAURANT
SHIVA DINNERS & PARTY TRAYS ... Free Delivery

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

352-4940

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW Fax: 352-9393

~~

ENTERTAINMENT

I

OPEN 7 DAYS

MON.-SUN.

New Pine Knob
Slates Concerts

Grammy Award-winning
rocker Don Henley with guest
Susanna Hoffs will appear 8
p.m. June 11 at the New Pine
Knob.
For ticket information, call
The Palace Box Office,
377-8600.
Don Henley, songwriter and
founder of 70s rock group the
Eagles, won the Best Rock
Vocal Performance Grammy
in 1990 for "The End Of The
Innocence" — the chart-
topping title-track from his
latest solo LP.
The Turtles, Grass Roots,
the New Rascals and Johnny
Rivers will appear 8 p.m.
June 16 at The New Pine
Knob.
The Turtles produced a
score of hits between 1965
and 1970 including "Let Me
Be," "You Baby," "Happy
Together" and "Elenore."
The Grass Roots charted 29
singles of which 13 went
"Gold."

Johnny Rivers has sold
more than 30 million records
including such hits as
"Mountain Of Love," and
"Midnight Special."
The New Rascals are known
for their long list of successful
hits including "Groovin."
The Grateful Dead will ap-
pear 7:30 p.m. June 19-20.
There is a six-ticket limit per
person per show.
The Grateful Dead has pur-
sued their musical course bas-
ed on improvisation in perfor-
mance.

JCC Dancers
Plan Recital

The Jewish Community
Center Dancers recital will
take place 7 p.m. May 29 at
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center. A recep-
tion will follow.
For information, call
Shirley Siegal, 661-1000, Ext.
335.

7 a.m. to 10.p.m.

FRANKLIN
SHOPPING CENTER

Northwestern N. of 12

358-2353

TRY OUR NEW

CAESAR SALAD

$4.25

WITH SLICED GRILLED
CHICKEN BREAST

$5.50

INCLUDES CUP OF SOUP AND BREAD BASKET

FRESH WHITE FISH, LAKE PERCH AND
OTHER FISHES AVAILABLE DAILY

AMISH CHICKEN

ROTISSERIE-STYLE

Carry-Out

DAD'Z CHICKEN

2448 Orchard Lake Road just west of Middlebelt•Sylvan Lake

683-7030

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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