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September 25, 1987 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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A HEALTHY & HAPPY NEW YEAR

The Best in Dining

KOW
KOW INN
Famous For All Chinese Native Foods

CHOP
CARus

American & Cantonese Family Dinners
322 W. McNichols
868-7550

HOUSE

3020 Grand River _ 833-0700
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

Best Wishes
To Our
Customers & Friends
For A Very Healthy
and Happy

RIIISHAW INN

GOLDEN BOWL

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6 407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Szechuan, Mandarin, Cantonese & American Cuisine

398-5502

Tony Tocco
And The Employees at

Pointe Bar-IN

of Sterling Heights
39909 Van Dyke
977 - 3536
Take Great Pleasure
In Wishing Everyone
A Very Healthy and Happy
New Year

Barbara and Stan Snitz

Family and Staff of

DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
13821 W. 9 MILE RD. • Oak Park

548-1111 or 541-2888

Wish Their Customers, Relatives & Friends

A HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

We Will Close Wed., Sept. 23 at .3 p.m.
and Reopen Sat., Sept. 26 at 11 a.m.

We Will Close Fri., Oct. 2 at 3 p.m.
and Reopen Tues., Oct. 6 at 11 a.m.

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FRkDA _E

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All beef
aged in
our own
coolers

Wishing Everyone A Very
Healthy, Happy & Prosperous
NEW YEAR
From All Of Us At The NEW

NEW YEAR

22106 Coolidge at 9 Mile in A & P Shopping Center

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851-6400

Carry Outs)
Available

Family Dining

27411 SOUTHFIELD (N, of 11 Mile)
559-1091

OFFERS BEST
WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ITS FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS

GET REMITS •

Call The Jewish News

354-6060

THE

K. LEFKOFSKY

CO.
HELENE & MILT TILSON
and
DAN & SUE LEFKOFSKY
and
KAY & JOHN HERICK
and EMPLOYEES

Wish Their Friends,
Relatives and
Customers

HAPPY,
HEALTHFUL
AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR I

A

Jule Styne
Still Composing

GERRY MORRIS

Special to The Jewish. News

verythirig is still com-
ing up "music" for
composer-producer
Jule Styne, who has 23 en-
tries in the broadway
sweepstakes, including lilting
scores for High Button Shoes,

Two on the Aisle, Mr. Wonder-
ful, Fade Out, Fade In, Fun-
ny Girl, Gentlemen Prefer
Blondes, Gypsy and The Bells
Are Ringing.

The most prolific and suc-
cessful post-war tunesmith on
Broadway, Styne ranks
alongside Jerome Kern, Cole
Porter, Harold Arlen, Richard
Rodgers and Irving Berlin as
one of the most important
composers in modern musical
theater.
Thumbing through his hit
songs is a melodic trip
through time: Its Magic, 1

Everything's Coming Up
Roses, It's Been a Long, Long
Time and many more. Add to

that the scores for 20 movies.
Styne was born 81 years
ago in London's East End
ghetto to Orthodox Jewish
parents. He grew up in a
home filled with cantorial ,
and classical music, but his
addiction to the greasepaint
world soon surfaced.
At age three he bounded on
the stage of the Hippodrome
and sang .,a duet with Sir
Harry Lauder, the Scottish
entertainer. At age eight Jule
moved with his family to
Chicago, where he showed 1
unusual piano talents.
"At 8 1/2 years of age I won a
scholarship, and at nine I was
a guest soloist with the
Chicago Symphony," he said.
Styne lost the sense of
touch in an index finger after
a serious accident, and it was
then that his interest moved
seriously toward popular
music. He played piano in 1
Ben Pollack's orchestra that'
included Benny Goodman,
Glenn Miller and other jazz
immortals, after which he
organized his own jazz band.
It was the age of
speakeasies, bootlegging and
mob rule, and Chicago was
wild. "Listen, whatever
music I write, whatever
musical intuition I have, it
was all made in Chicago. I've
drawn on Chicago for show
after show. There was Louis
Armstrong, Jack Teagarden,
Eddie Condon, Harry James,
Gene Krupa, Muggsy
Spanier, Bix Beiderbeck, Earl ,
Hines, George Wettling and
Charlie Spivak. Never before
and never since has so much
musical talent been gathered

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