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January 19, 1990 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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LISTENING POST

Kosins Was Smiling
On His Own Funeral

CATFISH BEIGNETS

DANNY RASKIN

PECAN TROUT
BROILED STUFFED FLOUNDER
SAUTEED SEAFOOD PLATTER

Local Columnist

S5

WHISKEY
RIBS

OLIVE SALAD

PASCAL'S SHRIMP
01.6,4);)6,

4 "00

Cote
Co

EST.

1 9 8 9

Corner of Monroe and Brush
in GREEKTOWN

CHICKEN PRIKASH $525
NA ER

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

Each Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

DELI and RESTAURANT
SHIVA DINNERS & PARTY TRAYS ... Free Delivery

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

Beau jacks

Food & Spirits

per person

$895

Children 12 and under

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

Specializing in one-half pound Ground Rounds,
which are highly regarded by several Detroit
publications. Also, fresh seafood doily, entree
size salads, and a special menu from Americon
Heart Association (which we were first in
Michigan to present).

355E2050

Dress: Casual, Credit Cards: American Express, Diners
Club, Master Card and Visa.
Open: 7 Days, Lunch and Dinner Mon. thru Thurs.
11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30 a.m. to 12
Mid., and Sunday dinner 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

SUITES
HOTEL

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, MI •

70

$1495

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1990

1 block W. of Telegraph •

6262630

EMBASSY

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

I

never write about
funerals . . . They're just
not my bag or cup of tea
when it comes to hitting the
keys.
But this one was an excep-
tion . . . and it should be .. .
because it was the kind Harry
Kosins might have planned
himself.
He knew time was running
out . . . and that sort of takes
away a lot of the family pain
and sorrow . . . Harry would
quip like he was talking
about a game, "Well, Danny,
I beat it again" . . . First with
heart surgery, then cancer .. .
It was his ticker that finally
called quits to Harry's
charade.
If it is true that Harry's
spirit was looking on . . . and
people like noted psychic
Char Margolis believe so .. .
then he saw a whale of a show
in tribute to him.
And it was to perfection .. .
exactly as Harry would have
wanted it.
An overflow crowd well
beyond capacity jammed
every nook and cranny of Ira
Kaufman Chapel . . .
overflowing well into the lob-
by . . . with people he made
friends with throughout the
years . . . from every walk of
life . . . celebrities, fellow
workers, friends, acquain-
tances, boyhood pals and gals,
etc.
And his and Marilyn's three
children each saying
something about Dad.
Rabbi Efry Spectre spoke
some as a rabbi and mostly as
a family friend . . . Harry
would have smiled, too .. .
unless he already was .. .
along with the audience at
some of Rabbi Spectre's
comments.
And don't think most of the
fellows didn't get dressed up
for Harry's funeral . . . How
dare they not, he would say
. . . plus adding, "I hope they
bought their clothes at
Kosins."
CONGRATS ... to Jane
Kasapis . . . on her birthday
. . . to Izzy Malin . . . on his
birthday . . . to Iz and wife
Fran . . . on their 52nd
anniversary.
ON THE MOVE Dept. . . .
Dr. Leslie Miller has moved
her hypnotherapist practice,
the Center For Positive
Achievement, from Birm-
ingham to Farmington Hills.
CONGRATS ... to Ruth
Weiss . . . on her birthday. At
Carl's for dinner with hubby

Harold, she was paged . . . It
was son Dr. Allan Weiss call-
ing from Laguna Hills, Calif.
. . . "Happy birthday, Mom.
Geri and I didn't know what
to give you so we got you a
new granddaughter, Sarah
Joy, weighing 8 pounds, 9
ounces and 21 inches long"
. . . Tell me, what better gift
could they have given Ruth?
TEMPLE BETH EL Sis-
terhood's Party Planned Sur-
prise is one big party in itself,
Feb. 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
temple.
43 exhibitors . . . party
planners, room decorators,
stationers, photographers,
caterers, confectioners,
florists, limo and valet ser-

He knew time was
running out, and
that removed a lot
of family pain.

vices, etc., answering all ques-
tions about planning the best
party possible.
Elaine Sturman and Sue
Lepler are co-chairwomen of
the showcase, which last year
was a first in this region, at-
tended by over 1,800 people at
no charge.

GOLDEN

.

FINGERS

Georgette Khouri is back .. .
as the custom fitting and
alterations expert for so many
gals and guys . . . She calls it
Jorjet & Co., at Sunset Strip
on Northwestern Highway
between 12 Mile and Inkster
. . . Georgette will have a
wine and cheese opening
bash the entire week of Jan.
22-27.
TO THE PERSON who
wrote about a recent bar mitz-
vah, sorry I can't use it . . . no
name, address or phone
number . . . All that hand-
writing for nothing.
Hey, readers, put your name
and the other info on items
sent to me . . . Chances are I
won't use your name . . . and
for sure if you say the word
. . . The phone number is for
any questions I may have.
THE BEST thing to do
behind a girl's back is
whisper sweet words in her
ear . . . George Burns says,
"Two things are important in
life — sex and laughs. I'm
sorry I get them at the same
time." . . . Burt Reynolds says,
"I can look at a girl's future
and tell what kind of past
she's going to have." . . . Joey
Adams says, "There's so much
fooling around these days —
the only way to avoid sex is to
get married." ❑

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