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December 20, 1991 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-20

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the clock, the time was 3:04
. . . That evening while hav-
ing dinner with Joannie Bur-
man, she told her about the
number and Joan said it was
also her birthdate . . . That
was enough for Irene who is
sorry she just put down a
token instead of the family
mortgage on those numbers
in the Michigan Lottery . . .
which came out in another se-
quence but still a winner for
her boxed selection.

BILL WOLF is in charge of
finding a worthy organization
helping handicapped children
who would like the use of a
Ford Club Wagon, 10- or
12-passenger, for one year . . .
It was donated to Variety, The
Children's Charity, to choose
a group . . . The youngsters
must be handicapped and
Federal law prohibits its use
as a school bus . . . Call Bill
at 525-0030.
COUNTDOWN is two
years for Danny Gurwin . ..
19-year-old son of Nancy and
Don Gurwin, who has a
dream that by age 21 he'll be
on Broadway . . . Danny is a
sophomore at the University
of Michigan School of Music
and has appeared in the
school's productions as Paul
in Steven Sondheim's Com-
pany and most recently at
Power Center in Ann Arbor in
a Musket Production of Evita
in the role of Che".
Danny is currently at the
Jewish Community Center in
the Frank Loesser-Abe Bur-
rows musical, How to Succeed
In Business Without Really
Trying which opens Dec. 31
(New Year's Eve) at 9:30 p.m.
and runs through January
. . . Tickets are $10 general,
seniors $9, students $7, and
New Year's Eve $12.50.
DOUBLE CELEBRA-
TION marked the recent
festivities for Audrey Pearl
Feldman and hubby Cy Feld-
man . . . It was their 10th an-
niversary and money-maker
Audrey's 65th birthday, so the
wall sign said.
About 60 people jammed
the Summit Apartments
clubhouse on Northwestern
as Chet Bogan, Dixiebelle
and the Wolverines shot out
some terrific music that had
the clubhouse rocking in
rhythm . . . especially on the
blues and Dixieland jazz . . .
Chet, whose Wolverines have
joeen at Club Lido Tuesday
nites for 14 years, retired
from dentistry 3 1/2 years ago
and didn't have to pull teeth
to get people dancing . . .
With his six-piece band and
Dixiebelle (Alma Santa), folks
danced all over the place to
his fine beats, standards,
pops, Latin, etc.
No wonder I couldn't

recognize Sherwood Leitman
. . . he's been hiding behind
that good-looking facial
foliage about a year now, and
wife Judy likes it, too . . .
Jerry and Lillian Davis never
looked better . . . Jerry and I
go back about 65 years . . .
Willie Stone saw three fellows
at the shindig he's known 55
years . . . back to the days
when they were in Congrega-
tion B'nai David AZA 314
that met in the shul base-
ment on 14th and Elmhurst
. . . Sid Brody, Sid Gorelick
and Eugene Letvin.
A lot of highlights during
the evening . . . but none
more important than the
togetherness of a couple of
really fine people . . . Audrey
and Cy Feldman, the hap-
piness duo.
CONGRATS . . . to Nancy
Meltzer . . . on her birthday
. . . to hubby Harry . . . on his
birthday . . . and to both Nan-
cy and Harry on their an-
niversary . . . January will be
another anniversary for
Harry, number 15 at his very
popular Uncle Harry's Deli
on Mack which he opened
'after 45 years, 1930 to 1975,
as boss of Oakland Bath
House.

EN

E V

Y E A R'S

XNEW

Being Seen At The Kingsley
Is Part Of The Fun

Dance in the New Year in the Grand Ballroom of the Kingsley Inn to the lively
6-piece band "Persuasion." Your evening will include champagne upon arrival, surf
'n turf or broiled fresh Norwegian salmon dinner, cash bar, party favors, midnight
snacks and sweets buffet, overnight accommodations (second night $19.92) which
includes a "survival kit," and a New Year's Day breakfast buffet.

The Party begins at 7:30 P.M. Kingsley Gala Overnight Package $198 per couple
(plus tax and gratuity). Catering completely to your evening's plans, the Kingsley
also offers: hotel accommodations, Grand Ballroom Gala and elegant dining room
service.

Call 644-1400, ext. 5300 to make reservations.

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Kingstep Inn

See us for all your
holiday celebration needs.
Woodward at
Long Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills
644-1400

. .

MORE RESTAURANTS

Opening Dept. . . . Ramone's
Coney Island, using kosher
hot dogs, at Sunset Strip on
Northwestern Highway in
March . . . Flint's on 10 Mile
east of Evergreen in January.

FEATURING:

NEW CHILDREN'S

menu by four Machus res-
taurants rolls prices back to
$1.99 on all meals . . . plus be-
ing served in fun-filled classic
cars and also includes a free
two-for-one ticket good at any
Star Theatre . . . The four are
Foxys at Great Oaks, Foxys of
Troy, Machus 160 and Adams
Square Cafeteria in
Birmingham.
AFTER 11 YEARS at
Hunters Square, Mariomax
Salon moves to Crosswinds
Mall, Orchard Lake Road and
Lone Pine, in February . . .
same size, same staff and
same operation . . . but all
new equipment, color and
decor design.
SAM LERMAN, former
owner of Ben and George's
Deli in Livonia, has come out
of retirement to be the new
host and floor manager at Mr.
B's Bloomfield, Orchard Lake
Road and Maple . . . Sam is
there Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Sunday nites plus
some days.

HELPFUL CULINARY
hint comes from food section
of the Zion Report, a small
Chicago periodical . . . "Let-
tuce will not turn brown if
you put your head in a plastic
bag before placing it in the
refrigerator?' 0

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With purchase
of Regular
Soup or Sandwich

Open 7 a.m. Mon-Fri.

Open 7 a.m. Mon-Fri.

Open 9 a.m. Saturdays

Wtih coupon
Expires 12/31/91

With coupon
Expires 12/31/91

Muffins

Baked in our Store Daily Mon-Fri. Open 7 a.m.
Open 9 a.m. Sat.
Open 12 Noon Sunday

With purchase
of one muffin
at reg. price

Open 9 a.m. Saturdays

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DAILY:
MUFFINS
BREADS
ROLLS
SANDWICHES
SOUPS
SALADS

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