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August 14, 1992 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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IT'S OUR 7TH ANNIVERSARY



There's more fashion party
news in September for the
premiere of the Somerset
Collection on Sept. 16 at a
benefit for the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra Hall. For
more information, call the
Somerset office at 643-6360.

SCLERODERMA
GALA

The United Scleroderma
Foundation will host a gala
movie premiere and
afterglow 7:30 p.m. Aug. 30
at the Star John R Theatre.
Dr. Maureen Mayes, of
I Wayne State University
School of Medicine will be
honored for her research and
dedication. Selma

. Schwartz and Michelle
Wasik are event chairmen.

Honorary co-chairs are

Cheryl Chodun, Sherry

Margolis and Jeff Zaslow.

For ticket information, call
the United Scleroderma
Foundation at 443-0858.

BARK-A-THON

A "Barking Walk-A-Thon"
to benefit the Animal Wel-
fare Society will take place
Sunday, Aug. 30, beginning
at 10 a.m. at Groomingtails
Salon in West Bloomfield.
For more information, call
Ruth Curry at 535-0410.

AMIT WOMEN

The Batya Chapter of
Amit Women recently spon-
sored a dinner at Congrega-
tion Beth Achim to raise
funds for the Gush Dan
Technological Institute in
Tel Aviv. Rosa Chessler
and Shirley Lerner were
co-chairmen. Janice
Berkower introduced pres-
ident Joanne Zuroff,who
had the honor of introducing
guest speaker Sondra
Sokol, national fund-raising
vice president of Amit.



I ENTERTAINMENT

Concerts In Garden
Open New Season

Southfield's Concerts In
The Garden's 13th Season
will present an array of
musical events from folk,
-:ethnic and jazz to classical
(
and pop.
"Just Friends" will open
the season Oct. 25 at Pruden-
tial Town Center and will per-
, form a variety of folk styles
I from ragtime and Celtic to
old-time and blues.
On Nov. 8 at the Marriott
) Hotel, Linda Snedden-Smith,
violinist; John Thurman,
cellist; both members of the
DSO, will perform along with
r pianist Cameron Smith.
Flutists, Alexander Zonjic
and Ervin Monroe, along with
pianist, Fontaine Laing,
entertain with their reper-
toire of pops to the classics
Nov. 22 at Prudential Town
▪ Center.
The concert Dec. 6, also at
Prudential, will feature the
Bel Canto Chorale, with
Eugene Branstrom, director,
and Rochelle Barr,
accompanist.
Matt Watroba and Robert
Jones from WDET will
delight the audience with
their blues and folk ar-
rangements for guitars and
voice Jan. 24 at Prudential
Town Center.
Jan. 31 at the Plaza Hotel
"Ensemble Europa," a group
0 from Cincinnati, will perform
the music of the Balkans,
Eastern Europe and Turkey
on unusual instruments.

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Sundiata Keita, drummer,
will bring the Omo Wale
African Dancers and Drum-
mers in a celebration of Black
History Month. The colors
and sounds of Africa will be
in this performance Feb. 14 at
the Plaza Hotel.
Sisters Elena Yuki Mack
and Tomoko Mack will
delight audiences with their
duo-piano artistry March 28
at the Marriott Hotel.
With the sound of a full or-
chestra, the 21st Century
Steel band will play rock,
classics, calypso, jazz, swing
and reggae on a set of cut-off
steel drums April 18 at the
Marriott Hotel.
The mellow sounds of Mar-
cus Belgrave's horn will be
heard with his Quartet April
25 at the Marriott Hotel.
The artists of the Verdi
Opera Theatre will capture
the action and music of
Italian operas and perform
traditional songs May 9 at the
Embassy Suites Hotel at high
tea 3 p.m.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Claire Raynes,
354-4717.

IS CELEBRATING!

Continued from Page 75

from Nine Mile to its present lo-
cale. His Ming Dynasty serves
Mandarin, Szechuan and Can-
tonese food in an elegant and
spacious showplace setting.
Dine in, carryout and banquet
room are available. (49)

LOOK AT THESE SPECIALS MON:FRI. 3 p.m. TO 8 p.m.
• FRESH WHITEFISH
• CHICKEN PARMESAN
• FRESH BOSTON COD
• FRESH ROASTED OR
BBQ CHICKEN
ALASKAN
SALMON

STEAK
• BROILED 'A CHICKEN
FISH AND CHIPS
• CHICKEN KEBOB W/Rice

Pizzeria Uno, 6745 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 737-
7242. Here is where the origi-
nal deep dish Chicago-style piz-
za is a featured attraction. But
it isn't all with a menu that vir-
tually bustles with burgers, sal-
ads, appetizers and cocktails.
Kids eat free Sun. & Mon. (23)

Rikshaw Inn, 6407 Orchard
Lake Rd., Orchard Mall, West
Bloomfield, 851-6400. Known
for many years as a fine Chi-
nese restaurant, Rikshaw is
equally proud of its continental
cuisinethat gives it the conno-
tation forgourmet dining with-
out paying big prices. Caesar
salads, lobster, rack of lamb,
etc. are among the elegant dish-
es that can be gotten at Rik-
shaw Inn which has been at the
same location over 18 years.

Coupon Book

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just $12.95! That's less than 1/2 the original $35.00 price! There are limited
quantities of these Entertainment® '92 Coupon Books so it is first come
first served. These are full size Entertainment® '92 coupon books! NOT
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We will offer you an even better deal ... Buy a 1992 Metro® Moneysaver
Passbook for just $25.00 and we'll give you the 1992 Entertainment®
'92 coupon book FREE! That's a $60.00 value for just $25.00. Hurry and
order yours today. You can't beat these deals anywhere! If you purchase
prior to Aug. 30, 1992, we'll also include a free 1992 Gold C• Coupon
Book.

PHONE ORDER: 333-1300
AVAILABLE AT:

15828 21 Mile Rd.
Macomb Twp.
263-9100

27100 Evergreen
Lathrup Village
569-7890

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Try our mouth-watering curries. We prepare after you
order_ You may order Mild, Medium or Hot. They go
very well with our Indian Beers and exotic drinks.

477-9000

or your account .rep. at

(313) 354-6060

BLOCH DRUGS

FOTO ONE

FOTO ONE

33100 Grand River
Farmington
477-0150

Tunnel Bar-B-Q, 58 Park St. E.,
Windsor, Det. Number 961-
3663. Tunnel Bar-B-Q, off the
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel exit,
and its sister operation, TBQ's
Other Place, are prominent as
two of Windsor's finest restau-
rants. For over 50 years, Tun-
nel has reaped much inter-
national fame for its world fa-
mous ribs and high quality
homemade desserts. TBQ's Oth-
er Place features tasty seafoods,
steaks, chops, cocktails and
much banquet facilities. (49)

Danny Raskin,
Art Shafer

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Sultan's, 7295 Orchard Lake
Rd., Robin's Nest Plaza, West
Bloomfield, 737-0160. The
price is right at Sultan's, whose
Lebanese and American food
has received raves of out-
standing merit. General Man-
ager Wally Joseph Soro is noted
for his flair with exotic and ta-
bleside cooking. Sultan's new
low-priced specials for lunch
and dinner have gained promi-
nence with food selections for
everyone in the same exotic at-
mosphere. (10)

The Wiz will play the New
Masonic Temple Sept. 22-27.
Stephanie Mills will reprise
her role as Dorothy.
For ticket information, call
the box office, 645-6666.

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Stage & Co., 6873 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield, 855-
6622. Celebrating its 30th year,
this highly-regarded restaurant
features cocktails and a menu
to satisfy all appetites. Whether
choosing cheese blintzes
stuffed cabbage, pickled trout,
vegetarian dishes, hand-sliced
New York lox, fresh broiled fish
or matzo ball soup, breakfast,
lunch and dinner dining in a
warm casual atmosphere is
Tues., through Sun. (49)

`The Wiz' Set
For September

DINNER
$9.95
DINNER
fORI
$4.95

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR SALAD,
CHOICE OF POT. OR VEG., ROLL AND BUTTER

(49)

For information to be part of
this weekly Dining Guide
feature please contact

352-7466

East of Evergreen

19460 W. 10 Mile

WEST BLOOMFIELD

the Goldens, the Lakers,
the Brodes, the Blums, the
Friedmans, the Farb-
mans, the Veronas, the
Sloans, the Shwedels, the
Marxes and the Brodskys.

AND

29550 Grand River —

Farmington Hills

just west of Middlebelt

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