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December 25, 1992 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-25

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OPEN SUNDAYS AGAIN... A Detroit Club In Las Vegas
12 noon to 9 Rm.
Brings In Cards And Letters

871-1590

7618 Woodward Ave.

Our Daily Hours ... Mon. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Tues. Thru Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m.

DANNY RASKIN LOCAL COLUMNIST

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SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

Special Appetizer Parties Available



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RESTAURANT

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The Best & Newest Thai
Restaurant in Town!
Authentic, Traditional Thai Cuisine

• LUNCH SPECIALS FROM 11-4 PM
• CARRY OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE

6635 Orchard Lake Road, at Maple Rd.
OLD ORCHARD SHOPPING CENTER
West Bloomfield, MI 48332
FOR RESERVATIONS:
Phone: (313) 626-6313

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Fax: (313) 626 - 6310
HOURS: Mon.-Thur. 11 AM-10 PM, Fri. & Sat. 11 AM-11 PM, Sun. 12-9 PM

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SEEN AT MARVIN'S

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LOUIS DVORKIN, Neuro-Psychologist; REBB-
ITZEN ALINE YOLKUT, Con g._ B nai David;
RANDY RODNICK, Attorney; PAM GREENSPAN,
Mom to Jason; SHEILA SIEGEL, Mom to
Benjamin; HOWARD SHERIZEN, Financial
Consultant,• PAUL MAGY, Attorney HOWARD
WEINBERGER, Stock Broker and Pin Ball Expert.
I BIRTHDAY PARTIES • GIFT CERTIFICATES

Elliot Segal

"We left Detroit in 1952 to
go to Los Angeles. I worked
for Brink's Inc. 25 years in
L.A. before retiring. My wife
worked for the board of educa-
tion 20 years and then also
retired.
"We then moved to Las
Vegas and have been here 10
years.
"We would certainly like
more information on a
Detroit Club."

SERVICE, RENTAL & rRoP s THE, PARTIES I

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JEWISH NEWS

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Esther and Bernie
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• 1 Coupon per Visit • Expires 12-31-92

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31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

626-5020

MON.-SAT. 10-12‘ SUNDAYS 12-8

as Vegas correspondent
Maurey Pastor is in the
process of forming a
Detroit Club there and
sends mail from ex-localites:
"I am a Detroit native from
the Seven Mile Road area,
graduating from Mumford
High School in 1960. While in
Detroit I assisted my father,
Stu Segal, in operating the
Club Alamo on Livernois.
Many a story in your column
originated at the Alamo.
After the Alamo closed, we
opened the Hello Dolly club
on Second and Euclid. It was
just as much fun as the
Alamo but in a very different
way.
"Stu moved to Las Vegas in
1971, where he became a
casino exec at the MGM
Grand. You have written
many articles about Dad and
he was very proud of your
friendship. Stu passed away
out here two years ago.
"In 1972, I left for St.
Petersburg, Fla., where I
teamed up with another
former Detroiter, Bernie
Green, and we did housing
and real estate development.
"1987 was another year of
change in careers and cities.
My daughter, Rachel, now 20,
and I went to Las Vegas. I am
now associated with the
casino of the world's largest
resort, Excalibur Hotel and
Casino.
"Give all my friends and
pals a prized hello and tell
them to call me when in
Vegas. But beware, comps
ain't what they used to be.
"Danny, it's exciting to me
that you are doing these
messages. Maurey Pastor can
certainly count me in for a
Detroit Club."

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Sid and Rita Kushner mov-
ed to Las Vegas in 1983,
became active in Jewish
Federation and Jewish Fami-

ly Services as volunteers .. .
Rita works for JFS part time
. . . Sid works out three times
a week at a Las Vegas athletic
club and still does volunteer
work within the Jewish com-
munity there.
Sid and Pauline Stoller,
native Detroiters and almost
a pioneer family, emigrated to
Los Angeles in 1944, primari-
ly for the health of their son
. . . After a few years of
business activities, he became
associated with the late Sam
Dictor, whom many will fond-
ly remember, during 1946.
During 1950, Sid acquired
Kiowa Lodge, a health resort,
and successfully operated it
until his retirement in 1977
. . . Shortly after, in 1978, he
was offered a position with
Herb Paston Enterprises, and
served as executive assistant
until his second retirement in
1991.
In response to his inquiry
about forming a Detroit Club,
Maury Pastor also heard from
Tony Marinelli, who bought a
home in Las Vegas Oct. 30,
1991 . . . and Anita Moss,
"I'm from Oak Park where I
lived 38 years. I left in July
1992, after much thought.
Right now I keep thinking of
Michigan, but when I see the
weather reports I think it best
I stay in Las Vegas. I would
love to be associated with a
Detroit Club so we can still
have contact with our
hometown area."
Since retirement in 1986,
Leroy and Linda Helfman
have been living in Las Vegas
with much enjoyment . . .
"We never have to look for
ways to spend our leisure
time since the best entertain-
ment in the world is at our
doorstep," write Leroy and
Linda.
Former localite Sherry
"Sugar" Cane left Detroit
about 13 years ago and mar-
ried Las Vegan Marc Vogel,
owner of Casino Foods Corp.,
which sells food to all Las
Vegas hotels . . . She was a
former English teacher at
Southfield-Lathrup and
Southfield High (1972-1979),
and graduated from Detroit
College of Law . . . "Sugar" is
a member of the Nevada
State Bar and presently pro-
ject director of the Senior
Citizens Law Project in Clark
County, offering free legal
services to needy seniors 60
years and older.

PEOPLE LIKE depen-
dability . . . and that's what
has made Ram's Horn of Far-
mington Hills, on Orchard
Lake Road south of 13, a con-
sistent favorite.
This is the eighth anniver-
sary for owners Angelo
Georgizas and Connie
Efstatiou, who took over the
former Honey Tree and Pine
Hill Restaurant and have
twice remodeled to its present
seating count of 185 . . . Nice
to know that refreshing the
Ram's Horn of Farmington
Hills is a continuous priority
with Angelo and Connie,
whose eight years there have
been centered on cleanliness.
IT IS ONE of the local com-
munity's top fund-raising
groups because of two reasons
. . . primarily, of course, is the
cause . . . and second, that at-
tendees of Michigan Cancer
Foundation offerings are also
given a lot of social perks for
their dollars.
The latest by MCF's Circle
of Fellows was a winning
ticket in taking over the Gem

Ex-Detroiters re-
main nostalgic for
the home town.

Theatre on Woodward for the
premiere showing of Forbid-
den Christmas, a funny, no-
holds-barred spoof . . . in very
good taste . . . of the holiday
season . . . It is interspersed
with Forbidden Broadway
numbers to make up a very
enjoyable evening.
This was good dinner
theater as Michigan Cancer
Foundation again did it up
brown with buffet cuisine
from Opus One, preceded by
cocktails and passed hors
d'oeuvres prior to the show.
Jews and non-Jews alike
laughed heartily at the Fid-
dler On The Roof Tevye
parody of "If I Were A Gen-
tile" among other fun-filled
stagings and a heart-
warming and humorous ren-
dition of "A Broadway
Christmas Carol" with im-
personations of Carol Chann-
ing, Liza Manelli, Phantom of
the Opera and Orphan Annie,
with Tiny Tim turning the
hated critic from a Scrooge-
like character into a human-
loving being.
Hosts and hostesses for the

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