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FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1991

Ernie Received Two Ovations
Just Before His Announcement

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

uch has been writ-
ten about the dis-
missal of Ernie
Harwell as WJR Radio's voice
of the Tigers after 1991 .. .
and rightly so . . . this is big
news about a fine gentleman.
The night before anybody
knew, Ernie was given two
standing ovations at Mark
Ridley's Comedy Castle in
Royal Oak.
Occasion was the record
release party for Thom
Sharpe's song to save Tiger
Stadium, "Don't Tear It
Down" . . . Ernie is heard on
it and also on "Baseball," the
other tune on the tape writ-
ten and sung by Mike Ridley,
Mark's brother.
His heart may have been
breaking with the news Ernie
would release the next day,
but all he told the 300 or so
at the Comedy Castle was
how lucky he felt to have
had a job that put him so close
to his big love, baseball, tells
Jewish News staffer Richard
Pearl.
Then he recited one of his
poems to the sport (Ernie says
he's a songwriter with "more
no-hitters than Nolan Ryan,"
and left to the tune of his se-
cond standing ovation . . .
Barrister Alex Bensky, board
member of the co-sponsoring
Tiger Stadium Fan Club, said
sales of club T-shirts and
other items raised several
hundred dollars for its
treasury.
Mark said his wife Jackie
would have been there but
she and partner Gail Jacob of
Ridley Cookie Co. were work-
ing on their newest contract
. . . an exclusive arrangement
with Kroger Co. to produce
what Mark describes as
"fruitcakes for people who
don't like fruitcakes."
I don't think the Ernie
Harwell story is completed
yet . . . just have the feeling
that there's still more to come
. . . and also more than has
been told.

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"Hail to another loyal to the
life of a dog. Howard Schwartz
couldn't make it to The
Jewish News recent staff holi-
day party at Southfield
Marriott, and with good
reason. He was busy taking a
dog obedience class with his
and wife Carla's new Puli
puppy, Freestyle. Even us
Frenchys, poodles that is,
know you don't find too many
Pulis hanging around the ol'
fire hydrant. Those

Hungarian sheepdogs are as
rare as doggie treats in a
breadline. Freestyle must
have wagged his tail (that's
the way we dogs show we're
happy) when complimented
as being the best in the class,
and that must have sure
made Howard mighty glad he
went instead of partying with
The Jewish News gang . .
Only one trouble, Carla says
she isn't sure who does the
most barking now at home.
HERE'S a big hand for the
folks of Southfield Marriott,
who helped make this one of
the best holiday parties held
by The Jewish News . . . Ex-
cellent service, very good food
and all-around congeniality of
the hotel employees . . . The
Simone Vitale Band was
never better . . . five gents
and a gal putting out a lot of
listenable and danceable
rhythms that made the shin-
dig flow like good wine.
You couldn't ask for a better
banquet captain than Henry
Price . . . so very attentive,
making sure everything went
all right . . . Henry was a
youngster when Sammy
Lieberman had his Blaine
Restaurant on 12th Street
many years ago . . . but even-
tually became part of Sam-
my's team at the Raleigh
House, plus also working with
kosher caterers around town.

IF EXPERIENCE has
anything to say about success,
Mike Cohen (Michael S.), new
general manager at Tamaroff
Dodge on 12 Mile, should
bring a lot of it to the
Tamaroff team which he
recently joined.
All Mike's business life has
been in the automobile in-
dustry . . . Originally with
Ford Motor Company's
district sales office in Boston,
Mass. . . . then transferred to
its Dearborn headquarters in
the sales and marketing divi-
sion . . . Following 13 years
with American Motors at a
variety of management levels,
Mike in 1985 went to Dexter
Chevrolet as general
manager . . . and now
Tamaroff Dodge has his vast
knowledge.
Mike's wife, Janice, is a
rehabilitation supervisor
with Intracorp.
FATHER RUSS Kohler is
liked by a lot of people . . . not
only for his work 'in helping
children with terminal
diseases, but because he's like
"one of the boys" . . . This is
why everybody at Excalibur
recently donated their time
and services . . . chefs, wait-
persons, Billy Rose Quartet,

barpersons, etc. . . . Marty
Wilk didn't just donate the
place . . . he also supplied all
the food for a sumptuous
three-hour holiday cham-
pagne brunch to supply
cancer kids transportation at
the Pope John XXIII
Hospitality House . . .
Dedicated workers and
devotees were there . . . Max-
ie Silk, Bill Bonds, Coun-
cilman Jack Kelly, Larry
Warren and a whole lot more.
Helping a guy like Father
Russ makes people feel good
. . . and proud to be counted.
NEW GENERAL mana-
ger at Northfield Hilton is
Andrew Crocchiolo . . . He
takes over for Claudio Nar-
dini . . . Northfield Hilton on
Crooks at 1-75 in Troy also
has a new catering director

A save Tiger

Stadium group
gave Ernie Harwell
two ovations the
night before his
press conference
announcing his
forced retirement.

. . . She's Anne Marie
McPhail who replaces Grace
White . . . Anne was catering
head at Troy Hilton since
1986 and before that cater-
ing/sales coordinator for three (
years at Troy Hilton.
HERE ARE some reasons
given an insurance company
by policyholders who offered
brief statements regarding
their particular accident .. .
"The other car collided with
mine without giving warning
of its intention" . . . "I
thought my window was
down, but found it was up
when I put my hand through
it" . . . "A pedestrian hit me
and went under my car" .. .
"The guy was all over the
place. I had to swerve a
number of times before I hit
him" . . . "I pulled away from
the side of the road, glanced
at my mother-in-law and
headed over the
embankment" .. .
"The accident occurred
when I was attempting to
bring my car out of a skid by
steering it into the other vehi-
cle" . . . "I was driving my car
out of the driveway in the
usual manner, when it was
struck by the other car in the
same place it had been struck
several times before" . . . "I
was on my way to the doctor's

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