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August 13, 1993 - Image 84

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-13

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WHERE CAN You ENJOY
GREAT FOOD WITHOUT
GOING OVERBOARD?

RESTAURANT/q RI

Located Inside The Sheraton Oaks

Join us during the months of August and September for
some of the Best Dinner Specials around (5pm-9pm)!!!

* Every Monday Half Off All Pasta Dishes

* Every Tuesday "All You Can Eat" Crab Legs ONLY $14.95

A photo capturing a couple's reflections on a train.

Julie Wayne's Photos
At Paris Exhibition

*Every Wednesday Half Off all Burgers

... And, Every Day from 5pm-7pm join us for our
Happy Hour Buffet and Reduced Drink Specials!
If you can't make it out during the week ... come out for our
fabulous Champagne Sunday Brunch ... Every Sunday 10am-2pm!

Call Today for More Information & Reservations 313/348-5000 Ext. 693

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL CO UMN S

F

27000 Sheraton Drive I Novi, Ml 48377 1313-348-5000

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SHIRLEE BLOOM'S

ormer Detroiter Julie

Wayne recently had a

showing of her
photographs at the
Biblioteque Nationale in
Paris. Ms. Wayne
photographs the relation-
ship between environment
and people. Her most recent
series of photographs cap-
tures reflections. According
to Ms. Wayne, the
photographs are neither

with her husband Andre
Roche, a theater and opera
director. In addition to her
photography, she teaches
English in a private school.
Ms. Wayne is the daughter
of Leonard and Maureen
Wayne of Southfield. Her
aunt, Betty Zeskind of
West Bloomfield, is her local
public relations coordinator.

BRANDEIS BOOKS

TRADITIONAL
ROSH HASHANAH CARRY-OUT MENU

The Brandeis Used Book
Sale is under way this week
through Aug. 18 at the Tel-
Twelve Mall with more than
200,000 books and 250 vol-
unteers. Gladys Bernstein,

COMPLETE DINNERS

Florence Finkelstein and
Dee Fishman are the book

• ROAST CHICKEN
510,95 ROAST BRISKET OF BEEF
STUFFFFED CHICKEN BREAST Stuffed With Challah, Apples & Walnuts

'12.95
'12.95

sale chairmen. Some of the
volunteers include: Beverly

Our Roast Chicken, Roast Brisket of Beef and Stuffed Chicken Breast Dinners Include:

* Chopped Liver * Chicken Soup With Matzo Ball OR Mushroom Barley Soup
* Vegetables
* Potato Kugel Anna OR Farfel With Mushrooms
* Challa

(Sony, No Substitutions Can Be Made)

COMPLETE VARIETY OF A LA CARTE HEMS & HOLIDAY PASTRIES AND DESSERTS AVAILABLE

855-9463

Julie Wayne

Orders May Be Placed Through Sept. 8, 1993

We Only Use
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landscapes nor portraits, but
how people in their envi-
ronment come together. "I
was always interested in
why men and women fit in
their environment and
focused on people as part of
it."
The Detroit Institute of
Arts has three of her
photographs in their collec-
tion. The photograph of wo-
men wearing leopard coats
in a park received national
attention.
Ms. Wayne resides in Paris

Baker, Roz Berman,
Shirlee Sachs, Helen
Lattin, Mischa Sachs, Ada
Walt, Lucille Weisberg,
Bea Kantor, Helen Lipton,
Ruth Zack, Muriel Israel,
Charlotte Rubinstein,
Kurt Scheuer, Jack
Schwartz, Viginia Hoff-
man, Joan Braun,
Kathryn Scheuer, Molly
Kaplansky and Eleanor
Roberts.

INTERESTING INTERNS

Charles Ornstein, son of
Alexander and Harriet
Ornstein of Farmington

Hills, is an intern at Sinai
Hospital's Corporate Com-
munications Department.
He assists on publication,
special events and advertis-
ing projects. He is a
sophomore at the University
of Pennsylvania and active
on the the Daily Pennsylva-
nian, the student-run in-
dependent newspaper. His

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