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April 08, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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Groups Schedule Parley, Seminar

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 30)
rill Street with Chef Mike
Russel.
ABOUT 40 YEARS ago,
Herb Goldberg, co-bossman
at Stage Delicatessen, Nine
Mile in Oak Park, worked
his way through school as a
waiter at Wilson's deli on
Dexter . Behind the
counter was owner Max
Wilson's nephew Sid
Wolfson, who went on to
other businesses, recently.
_retired from Internal Reve-
nue Service . . . and today
works behind the counter
two or three days a week at
Stage Deli.

MIKE WORK, manager
at Minnie's Seafood
n,
Southfield, Greenfield and
12 Mile, certainly lives up to
his name . . . putting in 13 to
14 hours a day .. . seven
days a week.
THE GOURMET nites
at Gary's Deli on Orchard
Lake Rd. between 12 and 13
Mile . . . Saturday evenings
. . . have been going over so
big that plans are for it to
soon b_e two or three times a
week . . . Chef Jeff Bloom-
prepares the dishes like
Beef Wellington, Poulet a la
Normandy, Veal Marsala,
Sole Florentine, White Fish -
Almondine and Stuffed
Veal Tenderloin . . . com-
plete—dinners with soup,
salad and vegetable . . . at
prices low even for a deli
that seats less than 60
people. - .
NANCY GURWIN
Production of the Rodgers
and Hammerstein musical
play, "South Pacific," holder
of a five-year record pre-
ientation on Broadway . .
opening June 16 in the gar-
den at Botsford Inn, Grand
River and Eight Mile . . . is
holding -auditions for sin-
gers, dancers and actors.
Auditions will be at
Botsford this Sunday, 1 p.m.
in the Upstairs Ballroom
. . . and Monday, 7 p.m. in
the Coach House . . . Those
auditioning should bring a
resume, plus their own try-
out material, if they wish
. . . If none is brought,'
Nancy Gurwin Productions
will provide music and read-
ing material.
"South Pacific" will be
Nancy Gurwin Production's
14th major offering in its
seven years of presenting
comedies and musicals
around the metro Detroit
area.
After a six-month ab-
sence from the stage, during
which time she produced
two shows which are pre-
sently running concur-
rently, "Fantasticks" at
Botsford Inn and "Lunch
Hour" at Mama Mia Res-
taurant on Cooley Lake Rd.,
Nancy Gurwin will star in
"South Pacific" as the Navy
nurse, Ensign Nellie For-
bush.
VARIETY CLUB hosts
luncheon and fashion show
tomorrow, 12 noon to 2 p.m.
. . . at Sheraton-Southfield
on W. Nine Mile . . . featur-
ing 13 Michigan designs
from the Design Alliance
Detroit group . . . AU pro-
ceeds are donated to chil-

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drens' charities . . . For
more info call Nancy
Blechman Clark, 647-3666.
SILENT FILM buffs will
enjoy tomorrow night's pre-
sentation at Royal Oak
Theater on W. Fourth . .
Harold Lloyd in "Haunted
Spooks," plus Eddie
Weaver, member of theater
Organists Hall of Fame,
who began his career over
60 years ago playing for si-
lent films, rippling the
keyboard of restored Barton
Pipe Organ installed at
Royal Oak Theater in 1927.
LOUIS KASHDAN
writes . . . "Marty Paster-
nak is a young, excellent
waiter at T.G.I. Fridays on
Evergreen in Southfield."

WHATEVER HAP-,
PENED to that new rab-
_ binical council supposed to
be formed some time ago : . .
Michigan Conference . of
Rabbis? ,. . . I remember its
thoughts that kosher food
should not cost more . . . and
that supervision of kashrut
should not be a money-
making operation . . . but
done as a service to the
community . . . If memory
serves us correctly, Rabbis
Milton Arm and A. Irving
Schnipper were. involved.
MONDAY NIGHTS are
jumping at Yesterday's in
the Sheraton-Southfield
Hotel with the jazz sounds of
the Alex Kallao Trio from
5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. . . .
Alex and his trio'are ja zzing
and jamming it up-with new
- tunes and old favorites .. .
Blind since birth, Alex has
always had a natural talent

The Detroit chapter of the
Alzheimer's Disease and
Related Disorders Associa-
tion and the Windsor chap-
ter of the Alzheimer Society
will hold a joint meeting 1
p.m. Sunday in the lecture
hall of St. Clair College,
2000 Talbot Rd., Windsor,
Ont.

Also, a day-long seminar
on the disease will be co-
sponsored by the Detroit
association and the Michi-
gan Non-Profit Homes
Association April 19 at

Let all thy converse be
sincere.

ALEXANDER'S
13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

OPEN 7 DAYS

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Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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for the keyboard . . . plus
great improvisation ability

He started playing piano
at age three, under the
-tutelage of his father,
Martzi Kallao . and
quickly showed an improvi-
sation gift . . . making _up
variations of his own to
popular jazz recordings .. .
Alex' formal study of the
piano began at age 12 under
the guidance of composer
and conductor Julius
Chajes.
(Continued on Page 32)

Borman Hall, 19100 W. 7
Mile Rd. Detroit.
For information on either
event, call the Alzheimer's
Association, 540-2373.
The
Farmington-
Southfield family support
group will meet the second -
Monday of every month, be-
ginning 7:30 p.m. Monday
in Conference Room 10 at
the Sheraton-Southfield
Hotel. For information, call
Marion Cardiff, 557-4226.

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Wishing Our Customers
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