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September 17, 1982 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TOM, SARA &
JEREMY
BORIN

Offer Best Wishes For A
Healthy and Happy

NEW YEAR

To Our Friend$

While School Shopping at
12-Oaks, Stop By Our
Novi Location For
Breakfast, Lunch
Or Dinner

ON YOUR
NEXT PARTY TRAY

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 60)
potatoes, etc. . . . Pastries
are baked on the premises
. . . baklava, blueberry
kuchen, and assorted bundt
cakes . . . Also cheese bars
with fresh fruit.
CHEEKS, the new "in"
place around these parts, is
a spacious and newly reno-
vated entertainment center
serving both the city and
the suburbs . . . It is lo-
cated on W. Eight Mile Rd.,
just east of Schaefer . . . at
the locale that once housed
the Sidney Hill Men's
Health Club . . . A
$150,000 renovation turned
the building into an elegant
nightclub.
Cheeks is open Wednes-
day through Sundays
. . . with valet parking, an
outside courtyard with a
pool (not used) and garden
area surrounded by 20 CM-
zano umbrellas, a mirrored
interior, carpeted walls and
a high tech decor . . . A low
ceiling above the disco
dance floor brings out the
beats in heavy tones.
It is the creation of three
partners . . . Richard Rol-
lins, a Birmingham tax at-
torney, Gary Fried, a Bir-
mingham businessman and
Sanford Shapero, recently
returned to Detroit after
being affiliated with Studio
54 in New York City and
Studio One in Los Angeles
. . . Sanford has been ap-
parel director of the '1972
and 1976 U.S. Olympic
teams.
Most of the employees
are congenial, gracious

and eager to please . . .
like sweet, pleasant bar-

$10.00 OFF YOUR NEXT PLAZA DELI PARTY TRAY
THIS AD. 10 P.L. RSON MINIMUM. PRESENT
COUPON BEFORE ORDERING. ONE COUPON PER
CUSTOMER. OFFER EXPIRES 12/15/82

NOT VALID 3 DAYS PRIOR OR
3 DAYS AFTER ANY MAJOR HOLIDAY

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA
29145 NORTHWESTERN HWY.

(corner of 12 Mile Road)

356-2310

maid KayCee Cavanaugh
. . . efficient and smiling.
Recent private party at
Cheeks was to introduce
Philo band . . . Jeff Bass,
lead guitarist; Randy
Frankel, vocalist; Mark
Bass, drums; Cory Ostrow,
piano; Jeff Eisenberg,
guitar, and Paul Stewart,
bass guitar . . . Their good
friend, Dale Wasserman,
son of Louise and Irving
"Babe" Wasserman, went
around checking the sound
to make sure the fellows
came off right.
Philo gents practice in the
basement ofJeffBass,.son of
Elaine Bass, where they
have their own studio setup.
When Philo took the
stage at Cheeks (they're the
first live band to play in the
place) many folks didn't
realize it wasn't canned
disco music, but the real
thing . . . the fellows were
that good . : . lots of
rhythm.
Randy Frankel, son of
Marlene and Judge Marvin
Frankel, jumps and dances
while singing . . . and pro-
motes a lot of actions on
stage with his antics that
bring much applause to the
group . . . The young Philo
fellows show a lot of stage
presentation and poise.
MOLLY PICON, grand
lady of the Yiddish and
Broadway theaters, movies
and television, will perform
and speak here, Oct. 28, 8
p.m., at Cong. Bnai Moshe
on 10 Mile and Church in

Oak Park . . . Her appear-
ance is being sponsored by
Bnai Brith Women Council
of Metro Detroit . . . For
tickets call the BB office in
Southfield, 552-8150, or
Bnai Moshe, 548-9000.
- Tickets will no doubt be
sold out . . . so there will
probably be no door sale.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Sicilia Grego . . . of
Como's Restaurant, Wood-
ward and Nine Mile.
RON CODEN show is at
J. Ross Browne's Whaling
Station on S. Telegraph,
West Bloomfield . . . Wed-
nesday to Saturday through
Oct. 2.
SOUPY SALES is corn-
ing back to the Detroit area
. . . for three days . . .
He'll be at the Knock
Knocks Club . . . Oct. 14,
15 and 16 . . . in the Ark
West Entertainment Cen-
ter on Northwestern Hwy.
"COLE PORTER at The
Book Cadillac" starring
Phil Marcus Esser, is just
getting up steam . . . and
ends tomorrow night . . .
It's Detroit's only dinner
theater . . . and the great
songs of Cole Porter inter-
woven with an amusing
dramatic look at life in the
Book Cadillac and Detroit
during the 1930s will be
missed.

ACCORDING TO . . .
Joel Smith, in the Sept. 9
issue of The Detroit News
Don Smith, director of
the hotel, restaurant and
institute management
school at Michigan State
University, says that for
each $2.50 spent on food to-
day, $1 of it is spent in a
restaurant.

Friday, September 11, 1982 61

Holiday Inn

OF SOUTHFIELD
26555 Telegraph Bet. 10 & 11 Mile

353-7700

Staff and Management
Join In Wishing
Everyone . . . The Utmost
In Health and Happiness
On The

NEW
YEAR

AUTHENTIC MEXICAN &
AMERICAN FOOD
A HAPPY,
Daily Food And
HEALTHY
Drink Specials!

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

NEW YEAR

Home Of The

COMEDY CASTLE

FRI., SEPT. 17-SUN., SEPT. 19
JAMES WESLEY JACKSON

LA Laff Stop & "Enviromedian"

TUES., SEPT. 21
NEW TALENT NIGHT
WED., SEPT. 22-SUN., SEPT. 26 ....DAVE COWLIER

From Cheech & Chong's "Things Are Tough All Over"

4614 N. WOODWARD, 1 1/2 biks. S. of 14 MILE

Royal Oak

549-2323

'
arcor

DETR OIT

Wish All Our Wonderful
Customers and Friends

AND
JUYIFIJIL

NEW YEAIV

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