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November 15, 1991 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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ly two months ago on Inkster
north of Maple . . . Seems
that these collectibles could
be the latest trendy way to go
in the world of home wall
decor.

After 10 years at the
Detroit Institute of Arts, she
is enjoying exploring the
other side of the art world
where Gallery IV owner Bob
Binder has probably the
largest collection in
Michigan, and one of the
world's biggest, of vintage
posters.
Many of the outdoor
originals are six-foot
fascinating and colorful
works of art . . . Bob has three
huge ones from 1889 plus
smaller framed designs
originally made for commer-
cial sponsors.
His showing of Andy
Warhol's hand-colored ink
drawings ends Nov. 18 .. .
Beginning Nov. 16, vintage
posters about transportation
will be featured.
Small wonder Joe Anne is
having so much fun . . . she's
surrounded by memorabilia
enjoyed by a lot of other peo-
ple too.
THE "REUNIONS" out of
Chicago has gone bankrupt
. . . but the Southfield-Lath-
rup 10-year class will still
have its shindig as planned
Nov. 30 at the University
Club . . . Everyone who sent
money to "Reunions" for this
affair needn't worry . . . a list
of those who paid will be at
the door . . . Southfield-Lath-
rup's 10-year was one of 27
school functions "stuck"
when "Reunions" went belly
up . . . and from hereon in, the
committee says it will do
future ones by themselves .. .
Others wanting tickets or in-
fo on the Southfield-Lathrup
10-year bash can call Shelly
Brodsky at 932-1211.
IT'S USUALLY
a
millionaire's party to raise
funds, but Michigan Chapter
of Dysautonomia Foundation
has found another way to
make winners out of everyone
. . . No losers for sure when its
annual event is held this year
at the Comedy Castle on E.
Fourth in Royal Oak, starring
comedienne Carol Leifer .. .
It's Nov. 17 at 7 p.m., $60 per
person for food and mingling
and 8:30 showtime . . . Dick
Purtan is honorary chairman
and Dr. Stanton Elias,
associate chairperson of the
Department of Neurology at
Henry Ford Hospital, the
opening comedian . . .
Dysautonomia Foundation
will give folks a lot of
laughter this time while rais-
ing dollars for its very worth-
while endeavors.
IT'LL BE CALLED Hoa
Kow of West Bloomfield when

the popular Oak Park
Chinese restaurant opens the
first part of 1992 at Cross-
winds Mall on Orchard Lake
Road and Lone Pine . . . This
April, Hoa Kow celebrates its
37th year at the same locale
on Nine Mile, west of
Coolidge, in Oak Park; that
restaurant will remain under
the hand of Gene Woo's se-
cond oldest son, Victor .. .
The new Hoa Kow of West
Bloomfield will be a three-
room operation.
BEST BET Of The Week-
end . . . Third annual "Lights,
Camera, Auction" by Variety,
the Children's Charity . . .
this Sunday, 5:30 p.m., at
Northland Theatre.
DETROITERS
and
Californians living in the San
Diego area take note . . .
Detroit reunion for former
localites is Nov. 24, 12 noon,
at Scripps Park by the Cove in
La Jolla . . . For more info,
call Mary Lawson,
619-466-6030; Kay Schreider,
619-452-2552; or Marge
Zupner, 619-453-6734.

BACK IN 1971, Harold

Horn was among the first to
bring Szechuan and Man-
darin cuisine to this area at
his King Lim's Gardens on
Nine Mile, east of Coolidge, in
Oak Park . . . After 10 years,
he moved King Lim's to its
present site on Greenfield in
Oak Park . . . Nine months
ago, Harold also opened Ming
Dynasty on Drake Road,
south of Walnut Lake Road,
in West Bloomfield and
divides his time between the
two spots . . . Ming Dynasty
seats 150 for dining and 60 in
a party room.

Festival of Delights.

This Chanukah, treat your family and friends to the gift they'll enjoy
all year . . . the ENTERTAINMENT° book. With over 1,000 two-for-one
and 50% off discounts for the very best in dining, movies, special
attractions, sports, hotels and more, it's the perfect gift for everyone.
So, give them ENTERTAINMENT ®. They'll be delighted.

Only $35QQ
Available through community groups and charitable
organizations throughout your area.

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RICHARD KOZLOW

(Lois) is celebrating his 40th
year as a painter with his
showing of New Mexico and
Southwest America, among
other works, now through
Nov. 30 at the Rubiner
Gallery.
ELWIN'S TU-GO, serving
Sunday brunch? . . . It's true,
beginning Nov. 24, when
Elwin Greenwald, take-out
and catering specialist, will
begin a regular Sunday
brunch, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., at his
place on South Lafayette in
Royal Oak . . . Yes, it has
seats, enough for 40 people
. . . If folks don't want to leave
the house that Sunday, they
can call Elwin the night
before, by 6 p.m., and have it
delivered . . . with the New

York Times.
A TASTE OF The Orient

will open sometime in
December on Coolidge and
Lincoln in Huntington Woods
. . . It'll be owned by Nina and
barrister Barry Schlussel,
serving Korean, Chinese,
Japanese and Vietnamese
food. ❑

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