THE DETROIT JEWISH (NEWS
A Great Detroit
THE MICHIGAN RESTAU-
) RANT Association asked folks to
help run multiple sclerosis off the
,face of the earth by entering its
"Pastathon" . . . No athletic abil-
ity required, just a love for pasta.
Participating restaurants, of
I'vhich Roman Terrace is one, do-
nated $1 from every meal ordered
off a special Pastathon table tent
r to the Multiple Sclerosis Society
' ,. . . To enter, all folks do is order
and enjoy . . . (Roman Terrace
continues its $1 for MS through
month of October.)
Pastathon was a primer for the
Detroit Free Press International
-Marathon last week, which also
benefits MS . . . Pasta was chosen
as the official dish to aid the mul-
tiple sclerosis fight for this fund
raiser because it is high in carbo-
hydrates, the runner's energy
source . . . Each participating res-
taurant created its own special
pasta dish . . . fitting within the
3atery's theme and price range.
SAM ZAWIDEH, owner with
brother Gabe of Kingsley Inn on
N. Woodward, says the Sweetest
Day package sounds so good that
he and wife Alice have made their
reservations . . . $65 for deluxe
room with full bottle of cham-
pagne plus Sunday brunch .. .
Half bottle of champagne is for
people whose combined ages don't
reach 70 or are married less than
15 years .... Sweetest Day is to-
HARRY KOSINS, head of Ko-
--) sins Clothes and Kosins Big 'n
--' Tall . . . being honored tomorrow
-31 Hyatt Regency Hotel . . . by Mr.
& Mrs. Group, City of Hope . . . is a
When he finished military serv-
• ice in 1945, winning a bronze star
with cluster at Battle of The
?Bulge, Harry went to work in
father Max's dry cleaning . plant
' °. .. Today, he has developed into
one of Michigan's leading
clothiers . . . with a chain- of five
Kosins stores in Michigan and
Proceeds from the banquet will
b c'establish a Harry Kosins Medical
MResearch Fellowship at City of
Hope in Duarte, Calif.
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF will
be first show of 16th season at
• Pontiac Theater IV . . . Oct. 26,27
and Nov. 2, 3, 9 and 10 . . . Tickets
,---- $5 ' students and senior citizens $4
. . . The theater is on Lafayette,
scorner of Saginaw . . . For more
info call Kay Barkholz, 338-2903.
GOOD WAITRESS DEPT.
. . . at Pumpernik's . . . Orchard
- take Rd. and 10 Mile . . . Carol
Therrien . . . smiling, efficient
and pleasant . . . Pumpernik's is a
good casual restaurant with
American, Mexican and bar-b-q
specialties . . . Try the Pumper-
burger . . . a huge one with cheese
and onions . . . and so delicious .. .
Also the homemade cottage fried
,BRASS Society will entertain
with its lively chamber music
Sunday at Restaurants On Main
Street section of Tel-12 Mall,
--Telegraph and 12 Mile . . . As one
of the "Concerts in the Garden"
series, the program will begin at
10:30 a.m. . . . following a 10 a.m.
-brunch . . . Music of the five-piece
ensemble recognized by Michigan
Council for the arts ranges from
16th Century works to avant-
garde and contemporary selec-
Tickets are $5.50 with brunch
and reserved seating (must be
purchased in advance), and $3.50
with coffee (can be bought at door)
. . . For more info, call Southfield
Cultural Arts Division, 354-4717.
Baldwin has lead role of Ida in
Wyandotte Community Theater's
musical comedy 70 Girls 70 by
writers ofCabaret, who have come
up with a humorous look at life in
the later years . . . show is at Wil-
son Community Education Cen-
ter . . . Friday and Saturday nite
performances 8 p.m., Sundays
2:30 . . . $6 admission, $5 senior
citizens and students.
THREE PARTICIPANTS in
the "Brisket Bake-Off' and all
three winners . . . Joanne Smith
for taste, Don Purther for texture,
and Bernice Zacks for presenta-
tion . . . Was held at Joanne's
home in Franklin .... with judges
Sondra and Bud Shubiner, Shir-
ley and George Ingber, Eunice
and Milt Ring, Lois and Dave
Robinson, Barbara and Bill
Levitt, Gloria August, Gloria
Brown and Sherwin Davidson.
EVER HEAR OF A restau-
rant serving flaming dishes tab-
leside at 1 a.m. in the morning?
. . . Now the Trophy Room in
Haymarket of Troy Hilton Hotel,
Stephenson Hwy. does it . . . til
1:30 a.m. in fact, Friday and
Saturday evenings . . . Flaming
coffees, Steak Diane, Strawber-
ries Romanoff and Cherries
Jubilee . . . plus ice cream desserts
and Caesar Salad.
Jim Nixon Trio and their jazz
sounds play nightly at Trophy
Room of Haymarket.
this time around at Birmingham
Theater, N. Woodward, opening
Oct. 26 . . . He brought back the
record-breaking show on much
demand . . . It played four years in
Chicago, where play was origi-
nated, and then on road . . . nine
months here . . . produced then by
Libby Adler Mage and Daniel
GUY FAWKES BALL this
year is Nov. 3 at Cranbrook
Museum, Lone Pine Road . . . a
benefit for Cranbrook Academy of
Art . . . This year's theme, Col-
ours, will turn the event into a
festive evening with cocktails,
dinner and dancing.
country — America," grumbled a
distinguished English advertis-
ing man as he completed a U.S.
lecture tour, his pockets bulging
with silly standardized American
dollars . . . "Your cities look so
much alike, I had to consult my
itinerary to see whether I was in
Milwaukee, Sioux City or
Spokane. Same hotels, same
stores, same signs."
Same signs, my eye! . . . This
land of ours abounds with indi-
vidualistic merchants who would
rather be caught dead than hang a
conventional sign outside their
place of business . . . They'll stew
for weeks thinking of a new twist
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