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June 08, 1990 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-08

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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1990

he number one ten-
nis tournament for
seniors in the Midwest
is the Western Open Super
Seniors 75 & Over Champion-
ship at the Hall of Fame Ten-
nis Club in Canton, Ohio.
So when localites Max Gur-
man and Frank Winton
recently won the tourney
doubles crown, it was quite a
coup.
But as Paul Harvey would
say . . . and now for the rest of
the story.
The last time Max and
Frank had played together in
a tennis tournament, they
also won . . . It was at the
Detroit Tennis Club when
Max and Frank captured the
Michigan junior doubles title
. . . for players 18 years and
under . . . 59 years ago.
Winner of the 65 and over
senior singles championship
at the Western Open was
another local gent . . . Al
Gross.
All three will be playing in
the second annual Silver's
Super Seniors Tennis Iburney
June 21-24 at the Detroit Ten-
nis & Squash Club in Farm-
ington Hills.
Max and Frank will also
play in the National Super
Seniors 75 & Over Tourna-
ment, Aug. 4, at Myrtle
Beach, S.C.
MARDI GRAS time has
ended in New Orleans, but
the Bourbon Street beat still
goes on at Novi Hilton Hotel,
Haggerty just north of Eight
Mile, every Friday evening, 6
p.m. to 10 p.m., through June.
Success of the "Taste of
Mardi Gras" festival since its
debut early in the year has
prompted continuation of the
weekly event held in the
hotel's Orchard Cafe . . .
Celebration focuses on enter-
tainment by Doug Jacobs and
his Red Garter Band plus food
in the tradition of New
Orleans.
A New laser-vision disc
player invention called the
"laser Karaoke" makes
everyone sound professional in
Whispers Lounge of Novi
Hilton . . . Large monitor
displays song lyrics while a
"key controller" automatical-
ly regulates music to that of
the singer's voice . . . A
graphic equalizer even
enhances it as in a profes-
sional sound studio.
Each Sunday, performers
compete before a live audience
and a talent agent who

decides nightly winners of
dinner for two in the Swan
restaurant . . . plus competing
in a grand "sing-off" at the
end of a six-week challenge.
The grandprize winner will
have a videotape sent to Ed
McMahon's "Star Search"
TV program as an audition for
a spot on the show . . . besides
winning a round trip flight for
two anywhere in the continen-
tal U.S. by Northwest Airlines.
REUNION DEPT. . . .
Here is a school reunion that
is far from its graduating class
. . . Youngsters then 12 and 13
years old who attended the
7th grade at Hampton School
in 1967, are planning a large
get-together the night of June
30 . . . For more info, call An-
dy Collins, 661-2166 or
626-9100.
Allan Gould, Jewish
humorist and writer speaking
this Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the
Agency for Jewish Education
(formerly United Hebrew
Schools), is an alumnus of
UHS here . . . Occasion is the
All Time Reunion of alumni
from 1928 to the present.

NOW COMES
more
downtown jazz . . . with start
of "0J" 90 (for Omni Jazz)
concert series outdoors on the
8th floor terrace at Omni In-
ternational Hotel, East Jeffer-
son . . . June 14, 5:30 p.m., is
the 19-piece Brookside Jazz
Ensemble.
WHEN PHILANTHRO-
PIC Lou Golden asks folks to
help him, it's mighty hard to
turn Lou down . . . That's why
a lot of guys 'n gals are ex-
pected this Monday, 7:30 p.m.,
at Ginopolis On The Grille,
Middlebelt and 12 Mile . .
kickoff party for coming fund-
raiser of the Friends of Kaplan
Medical Center and AIDS,
headed here by Lou.
RECENT ADDITION to
the Simone Vitale Band, one
of this locale's top party
groups, pianist John
Katalenic is also a writer, pro-
ducer and celebrity accom-
panist (Tbny Bennett, Joan
Rivers, the Four Tops, the
Temptations, Jerry Lewis,
David Brenner, Nancy Wilson,
etc.) . . . This makes eight in
the band with very fine
vocalists Jeanne Vitale
(Simone's wife) and Janice
Franco.
JEWELED BANDAIDS
adorn the note from Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation . . . tell-
ing of its sixth annual "Even-
ing of Brilliance" gala, Oct.
19, 7 p.m., at Ritz Carlton
Dearborn's Presidential
Ballroom . . . Evening will

feature a 45-minute live
auction.
MUSICAL COMEDY
Songbook that starts tonight
and runs through July 7 at
the Attic Theatre on W. Grand
Boulevard, across Third from
the Fisher Building, is story of
Moony Shapiro, an Irish lad
raised in a Liverpool or-
phanage who emigrates to
America and is adopted by a
Jewish couple.
MOVIE BUFFS will enjoy
the vintage film festival now
on at Days Hotel/Southfield
Performing Arts Center
(former Hilton on W. Nine
Mile between Greenfield and
Southfield) . . . Every Wednes-
day through Saturday nights,
6 p.m., 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., four
different shows are rotated .. .
and folks can see as many as
they want . . . Admission of $5
for the first show and half
price for each additional film
that night ($4 seniors) in-
cludes free popcorn . . . Cash
bar is available during
intermissions.
AN INTERESTING and
good all natural kosher pro-
duct is being distributed by
Morris Kosher Poultry . . . It's
the new Pizza Wrap made
with mozzarella cheese and
pizza sauce and put into a
crispy egg roll skin . . . The
new product, available now at
most supermarkets, takes in
two American favorites, pizza
and egg roll . . . Being all
natural, the appeal to health-
conscious folks is also big.
YOU'RE GETTING older
if you remember . . . when a
woman could get arrested for
wearing shorts on the streets
. . . when all kids lived at
home until they got married
. . . when criminals were
afraid of cops . . . when 10 per-
cent was the correct tip.
VIDEO CRITIQUE . . . by
Mike Dembs . . . The Fabulous
Baker Boys . . . "Finally, the
Bridges Brothers (Jeff and
Beau) star in a movie together
and it's fun at first. They real-
ly have a chemistry as two
piano-playing lounge lizards
who actually hate what
they're doing but do it because
it beats a 9 to 5. They hire
Michelle Pfeiffer to spruce up
their act and that's when the
trouble starts. Aside from
some good performances and
a good atmosphere, this is a
slow movie."

"IT IS A shocking statistic,"
says Charles Bernstein in Na-
tion's Restaurant News, "that
two-thirds of all customers
give up on a particular
restaurant because of a

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