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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Meteorology Topic of Science Lecture

The Detroit Science Cen-
ter will present a program
on "Meteorology" 5 p.m.
Sunday at the science cen-__
ter John McMurray, presi-

Commercial
of
dent
Weather Services, Inc., will
speak. For information, call
the science center, 833-1892.

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(Continued from Page 28)
chols, six blocks west of
Southfield.
THERE'S A NEW look
at Herb Singerman's Clam
Shop on W. Grand Blvd.
. . It's a good one, too . . .
with J. C. Heard duo for lis-
tening and dancing,
Wednesday through Satur-
day, 7 p.m. to midnight . . .
J.C. plays drums against a
most impressive waterfall
background . . . He and a
piano make a lot of music.
IT'S FUN TO GO to the
Banyan Tree Restaurant on
Long Lake Rd. and Liver-
nois . . . Good food, exciting
atmosphere and smiling
faces . . . Those dinner
specials being put on Mon-
day through Thursday .. .
(N.Y. Sirloin, $4.95, Beef
Tenderloin a la Burgundy,
$4.50, Bar-b-q ribs, $4.75
and Seafood a la Gourmet,
$7.95) are exceptional buys
. . . We tried a couple of
them recently . . . the Sea-
food a la Gourmet (broiled
Danish lobster, steamed
Alaskan king crab legs, Cal-
ifornia dungeness crab,
jumbo-shrimps, clams Cas-
ino, oysters Rockefeller)
. . . and juicy New York sir-
loin strip steak . . . They're
not to make money, that's
for sure, but more of a way
toward introducing the Ban-
yan Tree, easily one of the
most beautiful spots any-
where . . . Our waiter,
Steve Poirier, wasn't in one
of his dancing moods, but
did an efficient job of serv-
ing us.
Next door at the Elephant
disco, folks were forming a
circle and doing a hora disco
to "Hava Nagela" (In New
York, it's called "Dance,
Dance, Dance" and is one of
the most popular of all dis-
cotheque tunes.)
WHO SAYS NEWSPA-
PER ad mistakes don't
pay off . . . Sutton Deli put
a waitress wanted ad in one
of the local suburban papers
. . . Karen Evans was look-
ing for a bedroom set, saw
the ad and applied for the
job . . . even though she
thought it was some kind of
joke . . . After all, what
was a delicatessen doing
advertising for a waitress
under "Used Furniture?"
(no joke). -
WITH THE FIRST of its
planned Las Vegas-style
entertainments cancelled
last month because of ill-
ness of The Vogues singing
group, the Holiday Inn of
Southfield will open the se-
ries with Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Show on Sunday . . . Head-
ing a nine-member cast,
Sinatra will be featured at
both dinner and cocktail
shows.
"WHAT YOU DON'T
see won't hurt you" is how
the saying goes . . . Like
the counter man putting
Scotch tape on a tray
then cooking at the grill
without washing . . . (not
as bad as handling cash and
cooking, but bad enough)
. . . Why not wash cloths,
wet and dry, hanging be-
hind the counters?
NO TRUTH to the rumor
that Sy Ginsberg of Pickle
Barrel Deli had a heart at-
tack and collapsed on the



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calling to find out what
room he is in . . . Sy does
put in 18 hours a day and
says he feels like collapsing
many times.
DIMITRI'S on Wood-
ward, two blocks north of 11
Mile, has at least two big
plus factors in its favor . . .
For family dining it's hard
to beat with the very low
prices for complete meals
. . . and the owner of Dimi-
tri's is Chef Nicholas, who
does all the cooking himself
. . . making sure that every-
thing comes out right.
ED AND SHIRLEY
Shapiro will again take over
the food counter at Cushion
'n Cue in Oak Park . . .
starting this Monday . .
Ed is a delicatessen man
from way back and Shirley
makes delicious soups.
A LOOKSEE AT Spots
of Yesteryears . . Leo Ad-
ler's Harbor Bar . . . One of
the best ways to pull your-
self out of the summer dold-
rums and pep up a flagging
appetite was to get out to
Leo Adler's Harbor Bar,
where the menu was small
but good, the view unsur-
passed and the aircondition-
ing provided by the Detroit
River . . . The special 6-,p-
peal of the Harbor Bar was
in its location . . . It was
built on a dock which sur-
rounded a small marina on
the Detroit River at the foot
of Fairview . . . Directly op-
posite-was the head of Belle
Isle and during racing sea-
son the huge, unlimited
power boats made their
turns at this point . . . On a
hot summer night it was
one of the finestplaces in
the city to go for a cooling
drink while the waves
slapped at the pilings and
dock swayed gently when
the big ones cruised by . . .
The harbor consisted of a
large, covered outdoor dock,
a cozy cocktail lounge and a
small, tastefully appointed
dining room on the second
deck . . . The kitchen and
dining room were under the
direction of Wyn and Har-
old Landis and out of their
tiny kitchen came such won-
ders as the Commodore Spe-
cial, a superb eight-ounce
hamburger, and cheese
blintzes that always tasted
like more . . . They also
served a dilly of a tenderloin
filet, chops and some tiny,
flaky pancakes, eggs and
assorted sandwiches . . .
but the cheese blintzes were
the specialty of the house.

.

Dancing and Jazz
Due at Music Hall

The Music Hall Center for
the Performing Arts will
present the Louis Falco
Dance Company in three
performances Friday and
Saturday at the Music Hall.
At 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the
Preservation Hall of Jazz
Band will present its musi-
cal program at the Music
Hall. Tickets are available
at the Music Hall, Hudson's
and Grinnell's.

He that knows least com-
monly presumes most.

Friday, March 17, 1976 79

Southfield to Host Symphony Night

The Southfield Arts these tickets for the sold-out
Council, in conjunction with Stern concert and arrange-
the Detroit Symphony Or- ments have been made to in-
chestra, will sponsor a mu- clude bus transportation
sical and social evening with leaving 7 p.m. from the
Isaac Stern March 20 at Southfield Civic Center.
Reservations must be
Ford Auditorim. Stern will
premiere George Rochberg's mailed today. For informa-
Concerto for Violin and Or- tion, call the Southfield
Arts Council, 354-9 603.
chestra.
Following the concert, an
afterglow will be held with Lord's Presence
Stern, maestro Ceccato and Lord, where shall I find'
members of the DSO. The
thee?
afterglow is exclusively for High and hidden is thy
the Southfield Art Council's
place;
250 ticket holders.
And where shall I not find
The Council has secured
-
thee?
world is full of thY
Music Workshop The
glory.
I have sought thy nearness,
Meeting Slated
With all my heart I called
The Chamber Music
thee,
Workshop will present its And going out to meet thee
sixth program-meeting of I found thee coming toward
the season 8 p.m. Sunday at
me.
—Judah Halevi
McAuley Auditorium of
11th-12th Centuries
Mercy College of Detroit.

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