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March 17, 1995 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-17

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NOW SERVING
LUNCH AND DINNER BUFFET

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

(Except Holidays)
DINNER 6 TO 9
LUNCH 11 TO 2:30
SUNDAY 5 TO 9

CHINESE AND JAPANESE FOOD

JAPANESE
CHINESE
• CHICKEN WITH BLACK BEAN SAUCE • CHICKEN TERIYAKI
• BEEF TOKYO STYLE
• HONG KONG STEAK
• BEEF TENDERLOIN CHINESE STYLE • TUNA FISH ROLLS
• MIXED SEAFOOD WITH VEGETABLES • CALIFORNIA ROLLS
• FUTOMAKI
• HONG KONG FISH
• CUCUMBER ROLLS
• STEAMED SHRIMP
• JAPANESE SALAD
• GENERAL TAO CHICKEN
• MIXED SEAFOOD ROLLS
• SZECHUAN BEEF & CHICKEN
• BAR-B-Q RIBS WITH HONEY SAUCE • JAPANESE HOMEMADE SOUPS
AND MORE

100 Years
Of Marriage

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNIST

ALL AVAILABLE ON OUR BIG 60-FOOT BUFFET TABLE!

DINNER PRICES

LUNCH PRICES

$6.25 Adults

I I ■ 25 Adults

$1.25 4 and Under

$1.95 4 and Under
$8.95 Senior Citizens (62 & over)

$3.25 5 to 12

$5.25 Senior Citizens (62 & over)

$ 6.50 5 to 12

WE FEATURE DIM SUM 7 DAYS A WEEK, 11 to 5 (Limited Dim Sum Menu after 5)
Regular Menu Also Available For Lunch and Dinner
KARAOKE EVERY NIGHT WITH OUR NEWLY-INSTALLED SOUND SYSTEM

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GRAND OPENING!

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Experience Cajun Cooking at
JAMBALAYA JOHNNIES, The Detroit Area's
Newest Authentic Cajun Restaurant.
• We Serve Lunch and Dinner
With Daily Specials.
• Join Us For Happy Hour 4-6 p.m.
With Free Hors D'Oeuvres.
• Fresh Seafood Flown in Daily
From Louisiana.
Don't Fly South ... Celebrate Mardi Gras With Us!
Come in For Free Visors and Gifts

of St. Paul, Minn.
Some of the Detroiters who cel-
ebrated this event include: Isaac

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• Southfield

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Experienced Help Wanted!

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Next time you feed your face, think about your heart.

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Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'll do you good.

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everal Detroiters traveled
to California recently not
just to catch some sunlight
but to celebrate the double
50th wedding anniversaries of
former Detroiters Edith and
Bob Tannenbaum of Carmel
and Aaron and Nora Lazaroff
of Encino.
Edith Tannenbaum and
Aaron Lazaroff are siblings.
Their sister is philanthropist
Emma Lazaroff Schaver of
Southfield, who attended the
event.
The couples were married at
the end of World War II.
Edith and Bob Tannenbaum
were married Feb. 4, 1945, af-
ter a whirlwind courtship of
seven days. They married in
Los Angeles but lived in De-
troit for a few months when
Bob returned from the ser-
vice. Aaron and Nora Kort
Lazaroff met and courted for
seven years in Detroit. They
were both members of
Habonim and were married
on Jan. 15, 1945.
,The anniversary party was
planned long distance by
Judith Tannenbaum of
Berkeley, Calif., and Debbie

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Kort and two granddaughters,
Alexis and Rachel of Seattle.

DANCE GALA

A committee of Michigan Arts
Presents to welcome Mikhail
Baryshnikov and the White
Oak Dance Project to Detroit met
at the Rattlesnake Club last
week to finalize plans. Joanne

Danto Honhart and Gloria
Clark are co-chairmen of the
eveiTt. Enid Wasserman is part

of the honorary committee. The
gala benefit will be held Satur-
day, April 1, and will include din-

Tannenbaum Ingebretzen Joanne Danto Honhart, Enid Wasserman

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Nora and Aaron Lazaroff and Bob and Edith Tannenbaum celebrated together.

y American Heart Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

Schaver, Rona Schaver, Ski-
m Schaver, Harold Kort, Phil
Kort, Sidney Kort, Sheldon
Stark, Susan Pollack, Connie
and Barry Silverman. An-
abelle Stark of Port Huron and
Sylvia Ilitow of Saginaw also

attended. Former Detroiter

Aubrey Kort of Palm Springs
attended with his son Bruce

ner at the Rattlesnake Club, an
8 p.m. dance performance at the
Music Hall and an afterglow with
the dancers. Tickets are $250 per
person and $400 per couple. For
ticket information about the gala
benefit and other performances,
call (313) 963-2366.

JET BENEFIT

More than 100 patrons at-

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