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November 06, 1987 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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ack-to-back fashion
shows to knock your
boots and socks off .. .
as Leah Marks produced her
double-header, each presenta-
tion a week apart . . . for
a couple of great stalwart
organizations . . . Infants
Service Group and City of
Hope, Helen Rosenberg Can-
cer Fighters.
The ISG affair, "Showtime",
was amidst the lavish splen-
dor of Knollwood Country
Club . . . with about 300
lassies in attendance.
Infants Service Group,
noted for its very fine work
. . . and marvelous amateur
shows throughout the years,
did itself proud again as the
gals saw ex-president Eleanor
Riseman honored for her
outstanding devotion of put-
ting on these amateur shows
since 1938.
It was originally known as
the Eva Prenzlauer Aid Socie-
ty until changing to Infants
Service Group . . . In 1937,
Eleanor was contacted to put
on a show . . . and 1938
became a member . . . with
her first ISG masterprice,
"Gay 90's Review" at Hotel
Ft. Wayne, the first of many
more smash hits to come. . . at
Hotel Book-Cadillac, latin
Quarter and Masonic Temple
. . . Eleanor was president
1945, 1946 and 1947 . . . plus
being responsible for in-
troducing the group's first
newspaper, "Infants Service
Group Crier" . . . She has
been entertainment chair-
man 50 years . . . and was
given a plaque for those
golden annums of outstand-
ing service.
Twenty models and a crew
of 50 Leah Marks Workers .. .
The white runway flanked on
both sides by glittering
theatrical lights as the males
and females strutted their
stuff to melodious beats.
Shirley Becker narrated as
the show opened with five
girls wearing top hats and
body suits, dancing and
swinging canes . . . then three
more girls in colorful leotards
and seven cute little tots (six
girls and boy) doing their ex-
ercises . . . All wore practical
and smart-looking outfits
from Leotards Etc., including
casual garb, pants, skirts,
everyday apparel and clothes
you'd never expect Trudy
Foster would carry . . . even
elegant wear.
Long runway, high

floodlights, large Knollwood
dining room transformed in-
to an elegant "Showtime" set-
ting . . . fashionable clothes
from L'Uomo vogue, suits,
sweaters and leathers . . . Bet-
tina suits, dresses (both every-
day and evening wear),
gorgeous leathers in black,
yellow and red, high-styled
knits, suits with white fox
trim and beaded, stunning
Mosaic dress from Italy, etc.
. . . Bricker-Tunis Furs for
men and women in brilliant
display, with perfect timing
. . . First day of snow . . . and
even inside Knollwood were
sprays of false snow on the
Bricker-Tunis furs as models
walked the runway . . .
Brilliant John Darakjian
jewelry in ultimate splendor
. . . Striking hair styling by
Maromax, glamorous eyewear
of D.O.C., stage-correct
makeup of Tamara's Institute
de Beaute.
And then a week later .. .
City of Hope Helen Rosen-
berg Cancer Fighters, a group
whose giant workers in the
fight against catastrophic
diseases are recognized na-
tionwide . . . having its an-
nual Glamorama . . . a
fashion extravaganza produc-
ed and directed by Leah
Marks . . . and chaired by
Andi Wayburn, daughter of
its president for this period
(group is headed by five ex-
presidents this year).
A couple of big surprises to
accompany such beauteous
fashions this time around .. .
Richard Fredericks, star of
Man of La Mancha at Fisher
Theater, thrilled almost 600
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
with his stirring renditions
from theater musicals like
Oklahoma, Carousel, etc.
Then the flashing back-
ground, a live, male dancer
along the long runway with
its rolling footlights . . . as
Tres Chic Petites, Bettina,
Bricker-Tunis Furs and David
R. put their best clothes for-
ward . . . accompanied by
D.O.C., Tappers and stylings
of Mariomax and Tamara's In-
stitute de Beaute . . . plus a
couple of Loretta Lorion
showstopper youngsters.
The fashions against varied
backgrounds of stars, both
black and white and colored
kaleidescope slides, the ap-
pearance of fashion designer
Dominic Rompollo, whose
styles at Betinna seem to be
creating a world unto itself
. . . 25 models and a crew of
over 50 . . . the wintry sounds
and snows of a chilling season

as Bricker-Tunis Furs
displayed its elegance.
It's been a struggle . . . but
Leah Marks has arrived .. .
as perhaps the top fashion
show producer in this area .. .
RECENT 11 O'CLOCK
newscast o'er WWJ-TV Chan-
nel 4 had Mort Crim telling
Carmen Harlan about wish-
ing he had brought a doggie
bag back with some of the
wonderful kosher dinner .. .
Mort had been to the B'nai
B'rith humanitarian awards
banquet at Westin Hotel .. .
catered by Jeffrey & Sarah
Rosenberg of Mat Shalom
Synagogue . . . who also
catered the City of Hope
Helen Rosenberg Cancer
Fighters show in super
fashion.
T.K.'S IS OPENING
SOON . . . at previous locale'
of Dimitri's of Southfield .. .
Southfield Road and Ten Mile
. . . specializing in seafood
(about 40 different kinds for
lunch or dinner) with live
lobster tank . . . plus steaks,
chops and veal dishes.
It's owned by Tom Kelly,
former chef at Golden Lion
and Kingsley Inn before go-
ing into the restaurant
business for himself about 11
years ago.
Seating is for 270 with ban-
quets all the time plus entire
day Saturday and day or
night on Sunday.
It's definite that sometime
in January, Tom will have
dancing and live entertain-
ment . . . A room will be level-
ed and made into a cocktail
lounge, with bar, trio and the
likes of what a lot of peple
have been craving for in the
area.
T.K.'s will be open Monday
through Friday, 11 a.m. to
12 midnight, and Saturday,
4 p.m. to 1 a.m.
ORCHARD LAKE Deli &
Ribs, in shopping area next to
Treats on Orchard Lake Rd.
and Pontiac Trail, has 24
seats . . . but is more known
for its carry-outs . . . In fact,
if folks live within five miles
and have a corned beef,
Reuben, pastrami or what-
ever sandwich craving, all it
takes is a $7 or more order
and the goodies will be
delivered even at 9 p.m. if
need be . . . Of course, large
carry-out orders and catering
orders are delivered
anywhere . . . It's only been
open about six months and
seating is more like a fast in
and out convenience.
IMAGINE THIS . . . A free

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