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April 28, 1995 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-28

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about six months ago after 10
years on Woodward in Highland
Park ... Having its own parking
lot has also proven to be a big as-
set.
QUITE APROPOS is "Keys
To Your Heart" title of this years
annual benefit by Oakland Gen-
eral Hospital, May 3, 6 p.m., at
the Royal Oak Music Theatre ...
It'll headline super pianist David
Syme ... David is enough, but the
evening will also have a pre-glow,
buffet and raffle drawings ... Co-
chairgals are Karen Dubin and
Mari Kaftan.
IF HE HAD a fan club, Nat
Coleman, former Detroiter now
living in Margate, Florida with
wife, Doris, would have plenty of
members.
While getting their annual sun
there, snowbirds Harry Lipsitz
and Clara and Meyer King sent
articles and photos that appeared
- in the Sun Sentinal about Nat
\/I) helping his neighbors and others
to stay young and healthy ...

/—'

Soupy Sales" over WXYZ-TV in
the live camera Maccabees Build-
ing days ... Soupy will be at Ma-
comb Center for the Performing
Arts, tomorrow night, 8 p.m., at
Hall(M-59) and Garfield roads in
Clinton Township.
WHERE ARE ALL the peo-
ple who supposedly need jobs,
asks Jim Kokus, co-owner of the
soon-to-open Jake's On The
Lake? ... Ads for help put in sev-
eral papers brought only three
replies ... Call is out for all posi-
tions ... Phone 851-8888, Mon-
day through Friday, 9 to 5.
Come hook or crook, Jake's On
The Lake will definitely open in
May at the former site of Buster's
Bay, Orchard lake Road and Pon-
tiac Trail.
THERE'LL BE no losers at
Chuck Muer's 17th annual
Salmon Stakes Fishing Tourna-
ment, April 29, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
on Lake St. Clair ... All tickets
are worth $10 off dinner for two
at any of the 19 C.A. Muer
restaurants ... $10 raffle tickets
enter folks in the fishing tourney
From sandwich shop plus a chance to win one of the
fine prizes ... Last years big one
to full service.
that didn't get away was a 25 and
a half pound king salmon ... It's
a fun day for families at the River
He uses his knowledge as a for- Crab restaurant, with outdoor
mer athletic director and aero- barbecue, live entertainment, free
bics instructor to help folks feel trout fishing pond, face painting,
better.
prize drawings, etc.
OPENING OF his second
`The condo dwellers of Holiday
Springs say that Nat Coleman is restaurant, May 3, will have
an angel in sweat pants," reads owner/chef Chuck "Rocky" Rach-
the Sun Sentinal. "Coleman, 75, witz dividing his time running
volunteers his time teaching peo- between the two ... Rocky's of
ple how to feel alive and through Brighton is added to his Rocky's
exercise, fight ailments from of Northville.
DINNER THEATRE seems
backaches to the degenerative
to have taken another enter-
effects of a stroke."
Nat says he's no angel, but taining route with murder mys-
don't tell this to people who he tery presentations ... Now comes
has given one kind of therapy or an original Nick C. Kaine Pro-
another, like neighbor Ralph Mo- duction, "Musical Murder Mys-
rosine, who, since a stroke five tery at The Blue Light Lounge",
years ago, mostly sat in his apart- May 9, by Stoyan's Seafood and
ment just staring at the walls ... Steak House (home of Joey's
He couldn't talk, walk or move Comedy Club), Crooks Road in
his right arm ... Five months af- Livonia ... Call 261-5500 through
ter learning of Ralphs condition, May 4.
"BEST NEIGHBORHOOD
Nat had him walking with a
cane, moving his right arm and Tavern" is honor given the Mr.
beginning to talk ... Other sto- B's Restaurant Group by Michi-
ries coming out of Margate about gan Livings fifth annual Trea-
Nat Coleman are equally as sure Award in selection by a
segment of the Automobile Club
amazing.
TEN-TIME Grammy winners of Michigans 1,600,000 members
and considered one of the worlds ... Mr B's is owned by Mike
best four-part harmony and jazz Nash, Marty Tuchman and Rob
groups, The Manhattan Trans- Jackier.
WORDS OF Wisdom Dept. ...
fer, will be this years star at-
traction at Michigan Cancer by Pete Ginopolis, owner with
Foundations 13th annual dinner, brother Johnny, of Ginopolis' On
The Grill, 12 Mile and Middlebelt
May 13, Westin Hotel.
They are favorites of Mary ... while helping clear tables and
Ann and Art Van Elslander, 1995 someone asking if he was a bus-
boy, too ... "One of the things I've
honorary chairpersons.
For more info, call Jackie Sun- learned in this restaurant busi-
ness is that if you can't pick it up,
day, (313) 833-0715, ext. 414.
COUNT IS that Soupy don't put it down."
ANOTHER ITALIAN res-
Sales(born Milton Hines), has
been plastered with over 19,000 taurant is slated to open around
pies during his comic career ... the middle of July ... Speranza
But he is best remembered in the takes over on the site of the for-
local area for his "Lunch With mer Durango Grill in Royal Oak.

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