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April 08, 1983 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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30 Friday, April 8, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

We Have A Hunch ...

The Best of Everything)

You're Gonna Love Our Brunch!

THE CLOWNS WERE

doing their funny antics in
center ring at recent Shrine
Circus . . . and a little girl
was laughing . . . This is not
so strange . . . clowns are
known to tickle the fun-
nybone of those who see
them perform . . . But this
was a different situation .. .
the little girl was blind.
Oscar Kahan is one of the
Crescent Shrine Club
members who brought
1,458 children to the circus
recently . . . He's been help-
ing crippled youngsters 28
years . : . and eight years
with the blind . . . This year,
Oscar took care of 25 sight-
less youngsters at the circus

Sensational marinated salads...steaming soup...bagels and all the
fixins' (like lots & lotsa lox)...bountiful breakfast favorites, including
blintzes and eggs...hot entrees to delight lunch lovers...delectable
desserts...the seemingly never-ending selection speaks for itself!
The Michigan Inn's Sunday Brunch. Sumptuous. Satisfying. Savor it
this Sunday.

ADULTS $9.95 - SENIOR CITIZENS $7.95
CHILDREN UNDER 12 $4.95

11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Reservations Suggested — Call 559-6500

* Special group arrangements available

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dining room, carry-out and trays

• breakfast • lunch • dinner
• after-theater • kiddie menu

open tuesdays thru sundays
10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

lincoln shopping center. 101/2 mi. & greenfield. oak park

968-0022

3020 GRAND RIVER Free Parking TE 3-0700
'S Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties.
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HOUSE Sea Foods for more than 50 years. All Beef aged
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OPEN 1 DAYS—Mon.-Thurs. 11-10, Fri. & Sat. 11-11, Sun. & Holidays 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.
• Banquet Facilities
Your Chef: FRANK ENG

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13715 W. 9 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
547-4663

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Saturday 11 to 1
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. . . assisted by the Pioneer
Women of Michigan Bell
Telephone Co., who
supplied head phones nad
microphones for the kiddies.
Circus action goings-on is
broadcast to the children .. .
much like an announcer
doing an exciting play-by-
play sports activity . . . Each
child receives a hot dog,
Coke and Braille coloring
book.

The sun shone brightly
this Thursday recently
when Crescent did its
annual wonderful deed
for unfortunate and
needy children
(leukemia, muscular dys-
trophy, retarded, etc.) .. .
guests of some great men
. .. who gave their time in
very big-hearted effort.

It started out as every
year . . . with breakfast for
the workers . . . and this
time more than enough lox,
cream cheese, rolls, bagels
and coffee for Crescent .. .
plus all the other Shriners
there who came up for what
they call "the best breakfast
at the circus" . . . with Bill
Love, Jody Weiner and Al
Kline behind the counter
doling out sandwiches.
Maurice Sanniels talking
of missing the restaurant
business . . . He and brother
Alex and Reliable Lunch,
1927 to 1930, on Russell and
Division in Eastern Market
. . . and 1933, two blocks
away in Eastern Market,
opened their Samuels Bros.
Deli . . . until four years ago.
Harry Landsman proud of
his 60-year pin from Perfec-
tion Masonic Lodge . . . Ray
Hanson, president of Met-
ropolitan Bnai Brith Bowl-
ing Association telling of
recent tourney with 700
bowlers from District 6.

Nate Trager and Percy
Swartz, here from
Phoenix, Ariz. for the cir-
cus, at one time with al-
most similar mustaches
. .. Nate has him beat now
since Percy cut his ends
. He joined with Cres-
cent photog Merwin Sol-
omon in snapping the
boys.

change hands . . . Owners
will be A.J. Etkin, Marvin
Alexander, Richard Kuhn
and Phillip Fisher . . . with
Jim Constand as general
manager.
Word is that it may be-
come an Italian restaurant.
In the meantime, John
Laffrey opened the former
Maximilian's spot on
Woodward and 14 . . . Name
is John Laffrey's . . . with
Mexican food no more .. .
and emphasis on hearth-
broiled steaks, fresh seafood
and chops.
Mark Ridley retains con-
trol of Comedy Castle at the
new John Laffrey's . . . with
the entire place upstairs
and downstairs renovated
in a vast remodeling pro-
grain . . . The local Comedy
Castle is among the nation's
finest.

NAME'S THE SAME

but different location . .. for
the Ron Coden Show ..
which left Telegraph Rd. J.
Ross Browne's Whaling
Station . . . and is now at the
one on Van Dyke between
12 and 13 in Warren . . . He
was also at the J. Ross
Browne on Greenfield.

FIRST ANNIVER-
SARY PARTY for Dave

Wilborn Jazz Scholarship
Fund . . . sending talented
youngsters yearly to jazz
school . . . will be April 24, 4
p.m. to 9 p.m. . . . at Cotill-
ion Club on Puritan .
Music by Little McKinney's
Cotton Pickers, Dave's
group before passing away a
year ago . . . He was fea-
tured vocalist with the New
McKinney's Cotton Pickers
. . . and banjo star in the
great McKinney's Cotton
Pickers of years ago that
played the Graystone.
Tickets and info can be
gotten by calling Marvin
Raskin, 569-3734.
"I'M GETTING MY Act
Together And Taking It On
The Road" is name of musi--
cal comedy opening today
and running through June 5
at Birmingham Theater.

GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT. . . . Gayle Keller,

daughter of Reva and
Al "Sonny" Goldstein as Harold Keller . . . at
usual doing superb as Ginopolis,' 12 Mile and
chairman of the Crescent Middlebelt . . . courteous,
Shrine Club circus day ..
efficient . . . and smiling.
He has a lot of very fine vol-
RICK HARRISON right
unteers . . . but his vast hand man of Bruce Came-
coordinating work is too ron (Meeting Place, Mid-
much for one man .- .. Mar- town Cafe, etc.) is chairman
tin Laker indicative of all again of this year's Chefs
the workers . . . making Festival . . . to promote
sure the kids in his section downtown Birmingham and
get their food on time .. . Bloomfield restaurants .. .
and not forgetting his men. He was the originator .. .
Bill Garelik never seems It'll be held this Tuesday,
to run out of words or infor- 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Bir-
mation about people . . . His mingham Community
columns take up most of House, Bates and Townsend
Crescent Shrine News .. . . . . Last year was a 300
Perfectioneer of Perfection sellout.
Masonic Lodge . . . and
Participants are . . . Ar-
Charter House Chatter chibald's with Chef Jim
two-sided newsletter of his eehane;- Kingsley Inn with
residence . . . During the Chef Dennis Lindinger;
Shrine Circus, Bill writes Machus 160 with Chefs Pat
columns about Shriners in Vasha and Maria Tisch;
the organ for workers .. . Machus Sly Fox with Chef
Wonder what he does in his David Dunn; Midtown Cafe
spare time?
with chef Scott West; Pea-
MAY 15 IS DATE slated body's with Chef Roger Sut-
for Vineyards on North- ton; Phoenicia and 220 Mer-
western and Franklin to
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