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January 31, 1986 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 31, 1986 49

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ENTERTAINMENT
ADS
GET RESULTS
Call

huler locale, Maple off Orchard
ake Rd. is Feb. 4.
SHERI NICHOLS, the sing-
eactress show stealer of 1985
*th her performances in 1946
etroit, Piaf and 1940s Radio
our, opens Feb. 7 in a new
hil Marcus Esser production at
remonti's, Downtown Detroit
.. Sheri Nichols Downtown will
give everyone a chance to get
their "nichols worth" as she
sings, dances and chatters her
way through an evening of Piaf,
Garland, Sondheim and many
other hard-to-find chestnuts that
just shouldn't be so difficult to
find.
Friday and Saturday perform-
ances include dinner at seven
and 8:30 show ... Late
show`cabaret performance
Saturday eves will begin at 11
... Norm Tremonti's restaurant
is at 440 Clinton, two blocks
north of Greektown, between
Brush and Beaubein.
AFTER MACHUS takeover
with four-month management
contract, Bloomie's has finally
been sold ... building and prop-
erty ... to Machus Corp. ... It'll
probably be called Foxy's of
West Bloomfield.
NANCY GURWIN will do
three performances of I Do, I Do
. . . Feb. 1, Feb. 7 and Feb. 14 at
dinner-theater of Thomas' Crys-
tal Gardens (former Hillcrest
Country Club) on Groesbeck
Hwy.
DETROITERS WHO WANT
to pretend they're on a Carrib-
bean cruise this winter can just
sit at the piano bar of Kingsley
Inn and close their eyes .
Well, not exactly . .. But
pianisevocalist Bob Keller is
entertaining folks just like he
has on more than 470 cruises
out of Miami and Port Canav-
eral with Scandinavian World
Cruises Line ships.
WHO'S WHERE ... Sheila
Landis & Top Drawer Thursday,
Friday and Saturday starting
Feb. 6 thru 15 at Murdock's,
Crooks Rd., Rochester Hills ...
followed by Separate Checks,
Feb. 20-March 1 ... Ron Coden
ends at Mountain Jacks on
Telegraph tomorrow night ...
Kate Patterson, vocalist, and
Michael Ziporski, pianist, at
Footlights, Woodward,Sunday,
Tuesday and Wednesday ... and
Jim's Garage, W. Larned,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Many people were confused at
obit of Harry Boesky ... Surviv-
ing brothers given The Jewish
News were Sam and Saul
Boesky ... but- Saul is the only
one still living ... Harry, to-
gether with Sam, Bill and Abe,
opened Boesky's Delicatessen on
Farnsworth and Hastings in
1919 ... In 1924, the deli was
moved to a new location at 12th
and Hazelwood under the sole
ownership of Harry, with
brother Abe as assistant _man-
ager.
Harry's other brothers went
into restaurant ventures of their
own ... Bill opened the famous
Brass Rail ... and Sam started
Darbys.
Saul always went his own
way ... and was a great success

with the highly touted Sid's On
The Seaway.
In the late 1950s, Harry broke
ground for a new Boesky site on
the corner of Greenfield and
James Couzens ... then a while
later, it was to Lahser and 10
Mile ... Many deli owners in
the Jewish community began
their careers as busboys and
kitchen help at Boesky's on 12th
and Hazelwood.
EMBASSY SUITES in
Southfield, at Telegraph and 12
Mile area, is scheduled for late
fall opening ... The 240 suite
luxury hotel will have wet bars
in all suites, enclosed swimming
pool and whirlpool, etc ... plus
ballroom with 400-diner
capacity.
LOU'S DELICATESSEN
has retained Gluckman Designs,
Inc. on Northwestern Hwy. to
develop a prototype for their
planned fast food deli operation.
MEN WHO LIKE to sing are
invited to attend first Guest
Night this Monday, held by
Motor City Chorus in its new
headquarters, the Father Pat-
rick O'Kelly K of C in Deaborn
. 2366 Park, two blocks south
of Michigan Ave. and two blocks
west of Outer Drive ... The
Motor City Chorus is part of the
Detroit No. 1 Chapter of the
Society for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barber Shop
Quartet Singing in Ameria,
S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A., the oldest
chapter east of the Mississippi
River.
Beginning at 8 p.m., Guest
Night will include a personal
welcome, introduction to chapter
members, explanation of the
barbershop organization and
barbershop singing, a little his-
tory and a lot of singing.
For more info on the chorus
and Guest Night, call Bob
Moreillon, 259-2511 days, or
259-5743 nights.
RON CODEN AND HIS Ron
Coden Show will open the sec-
ond month of new Comedy Cros-
sing downstairs at Red Cedars,
Nine Mile and Telegraph, Feb. 7
through March 1.
Ron follows Detroit music and
comedy man Bob Posch, who of-
ficially opened the club Jan. 10
and worked each weekend of the
month.
Comic MC Mark Sweetman
has opened all 8 p.m. and 11
p.m. shows, Friday and Satur-
day ... and will continue to do
so for the Ron Coden Show.
No food is served in the room,
but full dinner and bar service
are available in the Red Cedars
upstairs ... There is a $5 cover
charge per person at the Com-
edy Crossing ... The intimate
room seats 175 people.
Tug SCRAP BOOKS of
Icrk Prujan in Los Angeles are
huge and filled ... There's even
an article about 17-year-old
Herman Prujansky when little
Rosalyn Roberts was one of the
children endangered at 1217
West Philadelphia as fire broke
out in the apartment building
.. Her father threw Rosalyn
from a three-story high window
and Turk caught her ... He lay

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ATTENTION

DINNER CLUB
CARD HOLDERS

The Jewish News
Advertising Dept.

Kingsley Inn of Bloomfield Hills declares February
"GET ACQUAINTED MONTH." The Kingsley Inn
will honor your dinner club card, no matter what
name or origin, for one complimentary entree
when a second entree of equal or greater value is
purchased. Please present the card to waitperson
at time of arrival. The card will not be punched or
otherwise devalued.

354-6060

Hours: Monday through Thursday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and
Sunday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

It's just our way of inviting you to get acquainted
and sample our interesting menu...much more
affordable than you might think.

Proper attire required. Reservations, please.

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WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642-0100

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This Valentine's Day,
come play at Jovan. You'll
have fun and a chance to
win a free weekend for two
in Toronto. Now.isn't that
better than flowers? Entries
at the door.
Dinner to midnight
Cocktails to 2 AM
Drawing at 11
Reservations suggested at
642-2430
30100 Telegraph Road
(North of 12 Mile, next to
Jacques restaurant)

8 PERSON MINIMUM.
DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE.

Not good day before, or day of any holiday.
Must Present Coupon in Person When Placing Or-
der. No Phone order use. Valid on Fish or Meat
Trays.
Expires 3-9-86
One Coupon Per pi,Istomer

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA
29145 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
( AT 12 MILE) 3562310

TRAY CATERING FOR
ALL OCCASIONS
OPEN EVERY DAY 7 a.m.4 p.m.

R .E S T A U R ANT
B A R
P I ANO

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