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January 15, 1993 - Image 82

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-15

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For Lunch, For Dinner, I
For Special Affairs or
Just For Laughs!

Upstairs At

ingivag's

rill & Bar

Casual Dining & Cocktails
w American, Seafood, Prime Rib
III Banquet Facilities/Garden Room
& Party Rooms Available
0? Lunch & Dinner, 7 Days A Week
III Music with "Park Ave."

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Lynn Aleman, Eva Wimmer, Marlene Myers and Jay Kalisky at gift show.

Cancer Fund Benefits
From Its Gift Show

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMN ST

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1990 Hiller Road, West Bloomfield • 681-6195
BETWEEN COOLEY LAKE ROAD AND COMMERCE ROAD

I 31006 Orchard Lake Rd., Farmington Hills, 851.7000
S 7010 N. Telegraph Rd., Dearbom Heights, 561-0102
E.
yAKD .30843 Plymouth Rd., Livonia, 427.6500
• We Serve Cocktails •

DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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INCLUDING
SOUP From $395

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FINAL WEEKS
"EXHILARATING!"
— Detroit News
"MANY MAGIC
MOMENTS!"

— Detroit Free Press

0 SLAB FOR 2
CHICKEN FOR 2

1

OR

Bar-B-Q • Skinless On Request

MON. THRU THURS.

DINNERS INCLUDE SALAD OR COLE
SLAW, POTATOES & GARLIC BREAD

• DINE IN OR CARRY-OUT
• 1 Coupon Per Person • Ex2ires 1-21-93

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ROAST TONGUE di,5
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DINNER

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

THE HEAVENLY MUSICAL HIT!

Tickets at all 7,'‘ Z,Z"
outlets inc. Hudson's, Harmony House &
Sound Warehouse • Charge by phone
(313) 645 6666

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ENT '93 BOOK CARDS WELCOME
SPECIAL STUDENT/SENIOR RATES

Info & group rates (313) 544 3030

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$4 OFF! * SAVE!

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Sat 7 PM • Must use by 1-31-91 DJN (1-15-93)

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SHIVA DINNERS & PARTY TRAYS...Free Deilivery

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

THE DETRO

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FOOD AND WINE

Temple Israel will hold its
annual fund raiser, "The Art
of Food and Wine," on Sat-
urday, Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Along with the festivities of
a silent auction and sampl-
ing of fine wine and food,
musician Scott Stern &
The Trust will debut music
from the group's new album,

Smoke and Mirrors.

LU

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he second annual
American Cancer
Society Gift Show was
a success thanks to the
efforts of Marlene Myers,
Lynn Aleman, Sue and
Jay Kalisky. The event
raised $5,000.
Many local artisans and
retailers sold their gift
items. A portion of the ven-
dor sales went to the Shirley
Wimmer Memorial Fund of
the American Cancer Socie-
ty. Eva Wimmer, Shirley's
mother, attended the event.
Some of the artists and ven-
dors included: Alicia
Nelson, Dayna Glantz,
Marlene Slutzky, Sandy
Kirsch, Sue Kalisy, Laurie
Leeb, Ardele Wolfson, Il-
ene Gittleman, Elaine
Surnow and Arlene
Schultz.

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW Fax: 352-9393

The Bright Idea:

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THE JEWISH NEWS

Now —
breast cancer
has no place to hide
in Michigan.
Call us.

11,

ANIERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

Richard Gershenson is
chairman of the event.
Some of the committee
members include Allan
and Donna Apple, Gloria
Cohen, Karen Erlich,
Susan Erlich, Vera Gell,
Barbara Krass, Carolyn
Marks, Larry and Carole
Miller, Ida Nemzin, Her-
maine Raimi, Marsha and
Sheldon Sakwa, Myrna
Shanker, Sandra and Jay
Stark, Paula Shapiro and
Louise Spector. A limited

valmialiMMINNIMAOMIMMimmomow

number of tickets are
available. Please call Tem-
ple Israel at 661-5700.

TRUMP CARD

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Hall Volunteer
Council presents its first
"Annual Celebrity Lun-
cheon" with guest speaker
Ivana Trump on Thurs-
day, Jan. 28, at 11 a.m. at
the Grand Manor in
Fairlane in Dearborn. Bar-
bara Bloch is the luncheon
chairman.
Ms. Trump will speak on
the topic "Women Who
Dare" and encourage women
to follow their dreams. She
will also discuss and
autograph her book For Love

Alone.

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Tickets are $35, $90, $200,
$500 and $1,000. There will
be a patron and benefactor
event on Jan. 27. For more
information call the DSOH
office at 962-1000.

SOMERSET KIDS

The Somerset Collection will
offer a fashion program for
boys and girls ages 6-18. The
next session will begin Jan.
16 and continue for six con-
secutive weeks. For more in-
formation, call Deborah
Mazer at 643-6360.

MIDWEST MEGABROKER

Unique Homes, a national
magazine of luxury real
estate, featured Mitchell
Wolf among 15 profes-
sionals in an article about
top producers. Mr. Wolf, of
West Bloomfield, is multi-
million dollor producer in
real estate sales and is co-
owner of Cranbrook Associ-
ates in Franklin. ❑

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