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May 08, 1992 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-08

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ENJO1
THE BEST
AUTHENTIC
CHINESE FOOD
1 AT MODERATE
PRICES AND
CHILDREN'S
MENU, TOO. aY

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. . . First thing Felix wanted
to know was whether he had
a shower . . . Elmer recalls
saying yes and then not being
able to get Felix out from
under the water!
NEW NAME of former
Sheraton Southfield on J. L.
Hudson Drive, recently sold
to the Infinity Grup of Bever-
ly Hills, Calif., will be the
Plaza Hotel . . . Piano bar,
comedy club and poolside bar
will be added to the 14-story
hotel which plans to convert
the top three floors into one-
and two-bedroom luxury
apartments . . . Joseph
Thomas remains as the
hotel's general manager.
GET WELL wishes . . . to
Mort Eskin . . . recuperating
at home.
IF ANY PEOPLE thought
they were going to see a tradi-
tional Chinese wedding, it
was think-again time at the
marriage of Hoa Kow's Victor
Woo and Li Xia, whom he met
a few months ago in China.
Except for no chuppah and
a minister who prowled back
and forth like a caged tiger as
he ranted a la an auctioneer,
folks imagined themselves at
a Jewish nuptial session.
Victor and Li were joined in
matrimony amid a setting
that reminded many of the
old Raleigh House.
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Especially at the reception
in Penna's huge room where
Norman Jaffe (Shirley) wore
a yarmulke and said the Ha-
motzi blessing over a large
challah draped by an oversize
napkin.
Charlotte and Ben Roth-
stein, Bob Goldman, Jerry
Naftaly, Helen and Martin
Lattin, Suzie Abrams, Shel-
don Brant, Lenore and Ted
Pines, Beverly and Larry
Benderoff, Les and Marcia
Winer, Leah and Roland
Beurer, Larry Ostrow, Aaron
Goff, Milt Markowitz, Paul
Weinstock and many more
community-ites . . . About
600 people and Victor's fa-
ther, Gene Woo, says that
almost half were Jewish as he
watched his friends and
customers have a wonderful
time . . . No Chinese food
either . . . Italian fare . . . and
a very good job of party plan-
ning by Elaine Lusky.
Hoa Kow of West Bloom-
field is now at Crosswinds
Mall . . . Victor runs the pop-
ular Hoa Kow of Oak Park on
Nine Mile.
DISA 'N DATA . . . Hard-
, working gals on treadmills at
Franklin Racquet Club on
Northwestern one evening
last week didn't know either
existed . . . One ran at a per-
spiring pace and the other
walked steadily while deeply
engrossed in a book .. .
Elizabeth Binder, formerly

$1395FoR 2

Includes Soup of the Day &._ 2 Egg Rolls,
ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN, BEEF
WITH BROCCOLI, FRIED RICE, HOT TEA
OR COFFEE. • DINE IN ONLY I

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Not Good Mother's Day Expires 5-31-92
IN I

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Art Fair Set
For Birmingham

The Birmingham Art Fair
will be held 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
May 16-17 at Shain Park, in
the center of Birmingham.
There will be 177 local and
out of state artists
represented.
A variety of media will be
offered, including functional
and decorative pottery, glass,
wearables, jewelry, paintings,
photography, toys and
furniture.
There will be a children's
booth, where, for a fee,
children can have hands-on
experience in clay, painting
and collage. There will be face
painting and as an added at-
traction this year they will
decorate visors and buttons.

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Mark Ridley's Comedy Cas-
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(
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Children
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per person
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April 8, 1949 . . . "KIDDIE

CORNER . . . Visiting at
home of Mr. and Mrs. Max-
well Kaback, former Detroit-
er Jay Rovin asked 5-year-old
Gerald Kaback if he went to
school . . . and the young lad
answered, `Naw, I'm sent.' "
April 15, 1949 . . . "Barry
Kay, 5-year-old son of the
Leon Kays, is so lonesome
over his dad being away in Is-
rael that he is beginning to
ask cosmic questions . . . Lit-
tle Barry asked his mother
last week whether she be-
lieves in God and, when given
an affirmative answer,
replied, 'I don't. I don't believe
what I can't see.' . . . then add-
ed quickly, 'Mother, do you
suppose God will punish me
for saying that?' "

OPEN MOTHER'S DAY






of Flint now living in Atlan-
ta, was the only teacher se-
lected to chaperone students
to Russia for the People To
People Program this summer
. . . Pat and Al Binder are pa-
rents of Elizabeth, who
teaches learning disabled for
the Fulton County Middle
School .. .
Almost 1,000 costume
pieces, including vintage
clothing, will be sold tomor-
row, 11 a.m., in the lobby of
Meadow Brook Theatre in
Wilson Hall on the campus of
Oakland University . . . Si-
lent auction will be 12 noon
for more elaborate costumes
. . . Props will also be sold.
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of yesteryears .. .

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