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March 19, 1988 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-19

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LISTENING POST

BEEF STEW $4 95

[Don't be a,
he

A Little Concert
With Your Clothing

DELI and RESTAURANT

DANNY RASKIN

Five Dili

SHIVA INN*

Local Columnist

H

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW

352-4940

Banquet and
Party Facilities
Available

ON JEFFERSON

Detroit's First & Newest Restaurant & Night Club

"Hottest place in town ... catering
to folks from all walks of life .. .
with excellent food and service ... plus
a lot of fun as the light show "dances"
to disco beats."
Danny Raskin

Dinner music 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Top 40 dance music and our
New York-Style Light Show 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

chair

49 1
e at'
Eat less
saturate d
fats.

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

Indoor Valet Parking

7909 East Jefferson at Van Dyke

331-5450

American Heart
Association

The Made-for You Weekend

The Campus Inn is right in the heart of
Ann Arbor-- just a short walk from the
performing arts district comprising the
city's renowned theatres.

Award winning Chef, Gary Pearce, was
recently featured in Detroit Monthly as
one of the freshest and finest additions
to Detroit's cuisine scene.

Chef Pearce's cuisine is served in
Victors Cafe which provides a light
lunch, snack or dinner and Victors
Restaurant offering elegant dining in a
tasteful atmosphere.

180.00 or $127.50

*Includes accommodations for one or two nights, a bottle of

champagne, and $25 gift certificate (applicable to Victors Cafe

or Victors Restaurant

Campus Inn

-Advance reservations required.

-Subject to availability

East Huron at State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Phone: (313) 769-2200

60

FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1988

ey, where's that swell
music coming from?
. . . Folks along
Southfield Road probably
asked the question recently.
Harry Kosins was responsi-
ble for opening the doors at
Kosins Clothes on Southfield
. . . and some folks doubled
back to make sure.
People shopping at Kosins
were given an added treat
when songster Jerry Vale, ap-
pearing on the Omni Theatre
stage with accompanist of 35
years, Renaldo Brauer, had
just finished an entire day
from morning on spending
over $14,000 between them.
Jerry then grabbed the in-
door mike and Renaldo went
out to get his trumpet . . . It
was quite a treat for the
customers .. . as Jerry sang
three songs, including his
very popular "Mama" and
"What A Fool Am I."
"You know, Harry, I live in
Beverly Hills, but wait until
I get into Detroit to buy my
clothes" . . . Quite an endorse-
ment ... with Jerry also tell-
ing Harry he can use him in
his ads . . . Pistons coach
Chuck Daly and Red Wings
coach Jacquers Demers are
already Kosins Clothes drum
beaters.
HOW'S THIS for a tur-
nabout in one's life style .. .
After almost 30 years work-
ing the "all night" shift at
WJR, very popular airwaves
personality Jay Roberts will
start in April . . . 5:30 a.m. to
10:30 a.m. . . . on CKLW
Radio (800 AM) ... Well,
folks, Jay always did wonder
what it would be like to see
the sun after work . . . and a
lot of guys 'n gals are mighty
happy that he's finding out.
GET WELL wishes . . . to
wife and hubby Dorothy and
Hy Nudell . . . recuperating
at home after surgeries.
USED OR NEW books for
children eight years and
under are still needed for the
youngsters at Fairview Early
Childhood Center in Farm-
ington Hills . . . Call
Dharlene Norris, 553-3764,
and they will be picked up .. .
If you don't have any, a con-
tribution will be okay, too.
RALPH CHICOREL,
former Detroiter now living
in Whitefish Bay, Wis.,
moved to Milwaukee in 1969
and opened the Weight-
watchers franchise for the
cheese state.
But his claim to fame is be-
ing a composer . . . recently

on the same program with
works by Shostokovich and
Bizet . . . plus the appearance
of Mel Ibrme as guest artist
. . . Ralph's "Milwaukee" was
played by the 86-piece
Milwaukee Symphony Or-
chestra . . . to capacity au-
diences of 2,000 each for three
nights.
REUNION BY Alger
Elementary 1900-1945 is
April 23, 7 p.m. at Kingsley
Inn . . . with committee made
up of Harry Lipsitz, Lou
Linden, Sol Penskar, Gerald
Gerger, Ethel Friedman
Conn, George Taxe and
Sidney Goldberg . . . Contact
Lou at Efros Drugs on Green-
field and Ten Mile, 557-3400.
MOLLY ABRAHAM,
restaurant reviewer for the
Detroit Free Press, is guest
speaker (and very interesting)
at April 25 Art Fair '88, 1
p.m., by Temple Israel on
Walnut Lake Rd. . . . The gals
will also have the works the
day before, April 24 . . . Both
days are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
with little shops of art and
lunch in the Temple Avenue
Cafe . . . For tickets, call ducat
chairgals Francine Prell,
355-5825, or Harriett Trager,
661-0591.
HAROLD FINEGOOD
tells this one . . . about Jim
Bakker and Jimmy Swaagart
having a television show
together . . . They'll call it "I
Love Loosely."
NEW OUTDOOR pool of
Franklin Racquet Club (75' x
50') opens May 28 . . . so don't
let the winter doldrums get
you down . . . Start thinking
summer and those wonderful
pool splashes
. . . Franklin is on North-
western Hwy. and the pool
will also have cool drinks and
a bite to eat outside with a
bar and grill.
35TH REUNION by
Miami Beach Senior High
School classes of January and
June '53 is trying to find out-
of-town former classmates for
its June 3-5 get-together .
Write to Leonard Hollander,
200 S. Park Rd., Ste. 450,
Hollywood, Fla. 33021. Or
call (days) 305-371-6669 .. .
Winship School reunion,
classes of 1964, '65, '66 info
can be gotten by calling
Phyllis Shawn Jarvis,
852-3862, or Beverly Band
Scharg, 626-4915.
CUTE ANNOUNCE-
MENT comes from Miami,
Fla. . . . "Daniel James is
celebrating the birth of his
baby brother Jesse Charles, 7
pounds, 7 ounces." . . . They're
the sons of Lee and Bruce
Iden.

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