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January 10, 1992 - Image 68

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-10

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I SPOTLIGHT

TRAYS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
OUR
SPECIALTY

Remember . . . All Our Trays Include
A Beautiful Fruit Basket

Yl

Cakes Custom Styled
To Your Specifications.

Local Teen Designs
Sassy Magazine Issue

STONE CRAB
SEASON
IS HERE!

FRESH STONE CLAWS
FLOWN IN DAILY!

1/4 lb. Stone Claws - $4.00

1

Bingham Farms

Oak Park

West Bloomfield

737-3890 967-3999 645-5288

/2 lb. Stone Claws - $8.00

3/4 Stone Claws - $12.00

1 lb. Stone Claws- $16.00

AND SO ON .. .

621 S. OPI7YKE RP.
AUBURN HILLS, MI

(ACROSS FROM AUBURN PONTIAC)

&Q)
comes,

t

332-774*

1

PINE DINING AND

HOMEMADE PASTA AI 11$ /EST

Proudly Presents

JAll PIANO & SHOW TUNES
EVERY TUES., FRI. & SAT.

7

,

Full Orders
Only

DINNER
FOR 2 i

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY I
Valid Thru Jan. 16, 19921

WEDNESDAY IS LIVE OPERA NIGHT

is

31735 Plymouth Road For Reservations Call:
3 Blocks West of Merriman
Plymouth

261-2430

Casual Elegance

build a strong
foundation with
good prenatal care.

THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

FRENCH CUISINE & BANQUET HALLS

Authentic
French Dining
Traditional
and
Contemporary

543 N. Main Street, River Square
Rochester
650-1390

'AY
1.9E4;14

Local Columnist

T

he art director of the
December 1991 issue
of Sassy, which was
reader produced, was Tali
Edut , age 19, of Oak Park.
She was chosen along with
17 other teens in a magazine
contest last summer.
Tali is a Ferndale High
School graduate and cur-
rently a sophomore at the
University of Michigan
School of Art and Design.
Among the innovations Tali
introduced in the magazine
issue was an emphasis on
interracial and ethnic
understanding. The cover
features American, black
American and Asian-
American models. The com-
mercialism of the holiday
season was kept to a
minimum at Tali's urging.
Tali believes this was a
unique experience because
of the talented teens she
worked with and the oppor-
tunity for hands-on in-
volvement in the publishing
world. "It was really a cool
opportunity, " she said.

ABC QUILTS

p.m. to 11 p.m.

OFF

L

FOR HEALTHY
BABIES...

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

"0 -
greatest
CD Natural -a-
7. ,Resource

Haberman Fabrics of
Royal Oak will celebrate the
opening of regular Sunday
business hours with a recep-
tion for ABC Quilts on Jan.
12 in the afternoon. ABC
Quilts is a non-profit organ-
ization located in 44 states.
Linda Blondy is director of
the Detroit Metropolitan
branch. She states that more
than 8,000 quilts have been
distributed to primary care
facilities and day-care
centers with at-risk babies.
They are given anonymously
to HIV positive babies,
babies with crack addition,
fetal alcohol syndrome or
complications of low birth
weight. For more informa-
tion, call Haberman Fabrics,
541-0010.

COLLECTORS'
CARROUSEL

Sotheby's recently had
an auction featuring the
couture clothing of the
Elizabeth Parke Firestone
Collection, which was styled
for the catalog by Sandy
Schreier, a Southfield resi-
dent and fashion historian.
Most of her collection was
auctioned, including gowns
designed by Balenciaga,
Christian Dior and Yves
Saint Laurent. Sotheby's
board of directors include

Art student Tali Edut.

Chairman A. Alfred
Taubman and Vice Chair-
man Max Fisher.

BORMAN NEWSBEAT
Harry Weinsaft, Arthur
Lipsitt, Faye Goldstein
and Sam Cann, all
residents of the Jewish
Home for Aged's Borman
Hall, were recently
videotaped and interviewed
by Dell Warner of Channel
4 for her senior segment.
The segment featured the
senior residents' words of
wisdom and encouragement
during the holiday season. ❑

■ I

ENTERTAINMENT

OCC Campuses
Host Events

Oakland Community Col-
lege's Highland Lakes Cam-
pus will present the TAP Ltd.
production of Bop, Be-Bop,
Broadway and Blues 8 p.m.
Jan. 17 in the Campus Stu-
dent Center Arena.
For ticket information, call
Sue Warner, 360-3057; or
360-3041.
The Fine Arts Committee of
the Auburn Hills Campus of
Oakland Community College
will present harmonica vir-
tuoso Peter "Madcat" Ruth,
with guitarist Shari Kane, in
concert 8 p.m. Jan. 17 in the
Performance Space, Building
F, Room 119, on the Auburn
Hills Campus at 2900
Featherstone Drive.
For ticket information, call
the box office, 340-6817.
A travelogue on the life of
Columbus on this 500th an-
niversary of his discovery of
America will be presented 8
p.m. Jan. 31 at Oakland Com-
munity College's Smith
Theater.
For ticket information, call
the 24-hour hotline, 471-7700.

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