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September 14, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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52 Friday, September 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Distinctive Dining at-Reasonable Prices

BEST OF EVERYTHING

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TO THE CREDIT of so many
people who again volunteered
their time, annual Jerry Lewis
Labor Day weekend telethon for
muscular dystrophy was a
heart-warming success.
Doug Jacobs, whose shoes come
off right at the beginning, has
been strumming hi" energetic
banjo for 13 years on the telethons
. . . from start to finish . . . backed
by a Dixieland band always perk-
ing up would-be sleepy heads.
Doug and wife Nancy were wed
in Las Vegas, July 4, so all of
America can shoot firecrackers on
their anniversaries . . . He plays
cocktail hour now, 2:30 to 4 p.m.
on new Star of Detroit that docks
in back of Hart Plaza.
Maggie Allyson celebrated her
birthday by answering phones
with hubby Bob . . . It's on Labor
Day . . . Mickey Goodwin, on his
way toward that light-
heavyweight championship
promise . . . Recent win was sec-
ond round TKO against unde-
feated Bobby Wall . . . at Resorts
International in Atlantic City .. .
shown over ESPN . . . Mickey's
35-1 record is at stake again, Oct.
18 . . . Thanks to so many who
gave us pledges during our Sun-
day and Monday stints.
Behind-the-scenes worker
Mike Schuldinger, MDA volun-
teer son of Dolores and Shep
Schuldinger, is manager of Union
Street eatery, Woodward between
Willis and Alexandrine, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday . . . He is
attendant at the muscular dys-
trophy summer camp outside of
Port Huron.
"Call me J.P. or Joe, whatever
makes you feel comfortable," says
the telethon co-host and WJR
Radio personality J.P. McCarthy
. . . Sheraton-Oaks Executive
Chef Remy Berdy and staff of 10
made sure nobody was hungry .. .
This is Remy's fifth year.
Warren Pierce handsome as
usual . . . Jackie Kallen with
Tommy Hearns . . . Jay "Night-
flight" Roberts telling about the
many people singing ballads of
yesteryears . . . melodies to which
so many can relate .. This is Jay's
26th year on the same station
(WJR) . . . He taught voice and
communication eight years at
University of Detroit . . . Dimpled
and pretty Nancy Clervi of PM
Magazine, so sweet and persona-
ble . . . Mark Zarkin, MDA volun-
teer, a fine young man . . . Chuck.
Robinette, leader of New McKin-
ney's Cotton Pickers and Little
McKinney's Cotton Pickers,
minus 140 pounds . . . one-half his
former weight. Ron Coden at
Farmington Hills Mountain
Jack's, Wednesday-Saturday
through Sept. 29.
Lillian Kaufman, former MDA
president, 14 years, now president
emeritus . . . and women's chair-
man of coming Balfour Concert
. . . Hubby,, Judge Ira G. Kauf-
man, is back on the bench after
prostate operation at Sinai Hospi-
tal . . . All-nighters eating and
eating . . . but still so much food
. . . Pretty little children in elec-
tric wheelchairs . . . or ones
wheeled manually . . . while par-
ents carry necessary "harnesses"
. . . They know that some day
there'll be a cure.

Shirley Eder introducing
pledge reader, lovely Linda Sol-
omon, as "My competition" . . . Sid
Siegel, Channel 2 cameraman,
running remote camera at
Sheraton-Southfield Hotel park-
ing lot, where fishbowl was lo-
cated this year . . . On and on with
volunteers galore, Murray
Feldman, Stu Klitenick, etc., etc.
. . . plus bit of strangeness . .
Some people, who had been on the
phones, stayed around . . . but we-
ren't used again . . . even tough
there were empty seats.
So much applause to the staff at
WJBK-TV Channel 2 . . . who do
this every year . . . and seem to get
better. -
True celebrities at the muscu-
lar dystrophy telethon aren't the
personalities . . . they're those
folks out there watching who give
anything from $1 up.
CHEFS DU CUISINE, on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake Rd.
south of Maple . : . is garnering
quite a reputation for its salads
that nobody anywhere has . . . The
concoctions are made up in the
gourmet minds of chefs Pat
Vargo, Robert Goodfriend and
Debbie Hamilton.
Fact lots of people still don't
know about Chefs du Cuisine is
that besides excellent catering .. .
it is also open for retail . . . from
appetizers to desserts to complete
dinners.
About the desserts, try Debbie's
Raspberry Roulade . . . joyfully
delicious . . . with sponge cake,
hazelnuts, whipped cream and
fresh raspberries she picks her-
self.
And if the food you get from
Chefs du Cuisine has black pepper
in it, chances are Debbie smashed
the little beans to smithereens the
old-fashioned way . . . with one
hand holding a frying pan while
the other was inside on a napkin
. . . pressing with all her might.
THERE IS NOW a sushi-
tempura bar in our locale . . . open
from 5 p.m. at Wing Hong's, 14
Mile and Orchard‘Lake Rd. . . . It
seats only 12 people . . . who
watch a chef make sushi . . . raw
fish and vegetables wrappipd in
seaweed . . . or tempura . . .
lightly battered and fried or
steamed fish with vegetables .. .
Both are served with rice.
Wing Hong's sushi-tempura
bar is almost like a delicatessen
counter, where food is prepared in
front of you . . . Two glass cases
hold almost 25 different fresh
fishes.
The sound of eating raw fish
may not be appealing to some, but
its taste preparation is an in-
teresting experience . . . There are
people who vowed never to even
touch raw fish . . . that are now
advocates of its taste . . . The tem-
pura has always been a big favo-
rite.
ANNIVERSARY CELE-
BRATION of Irving's Delicates-
sen, Greenfield north of 11 Mile, is
this week . . . After 20 years on
Yeamans in Hamtramck . . . with
restaurateur dream hours of five
days a week and open 9 to 5 . . . the
Guttman family packed their
bags for a seven-day Southfield
spot 10 years ago on Sept. 12.
BLUES BUFFS CAN get
ready for real good stuff . . . when

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