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July 16, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-16

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26 Friday, July 16, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Musicians Win Vienna
Applause at Summer Festival

RID CEDARS

By MARGUERITE CHAJES

CHEF SPECIALS

Special to The Jewish News

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VIENNA — During the
past season quite a few
musicians have won acclaim
in the Austrian capital as
well as in leading cities
throughout West Germany.
Among them were the Is-
raeli conductors Gary Ber-
tirti, Moshe Alamein, Dan-
iel Omura, Uri ned
David Shallon; and-Vidkniffts
ri•chas Zukernrasi, .Vitzhak
Perlman and Zwi Zettlin.
From Moscow cane vio-
linist Gidon Kremer, "long
awaited" pianist Lazar Ber-
man and the young violinist
Vladimir Spivakov. They
played to "sold out" houses
and received ovations from
the audiences and the inter-
national press.

The Viennese Music Fes-
tival 1976 ended last week
after four weeks of out-
standing concerts - and
theatre performances. The
high point was the concert
appearance of Leonard
Bernstein and the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra in
celebration of the U.S. Bi-
centennial.

"Lennie" as they lov-
ingly call him here, con-
ducted U.S. music
(Schumann, Copland and
Ives) and he also played
the solo part in Gershwin's
"Rhapsody in Blue." As
imeore he offered Sousa's
"Stars and Stripes For-
ever."

In the first rows sat the
president of the Austrian
Republic, the chancellor,
members of the govern-
ment, diplomats and 500
guests of honor.

The Vienna Musikverein,
one of the oldest and most
revered music halls in the
world, has announced its
program for 1976-77.
Among the conductors will
be 'Andre Previn, Efrem
Kurtz and Pinchas Zuker-
man; the latter will conduct
the English Chamber Or-
ches'tra in three concerts
and will also appear as
violin soloist on four differ-
ent occasions.

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Pianist Vladimir Ashken-
azi will make his debut and
cellist Michael Maisky, who
scored in Vienna last year
(with the Israeli Chamber
Orchestra) will return as
soloist with the Vienna
Symphony Orchestra.
Other solo violinists Will
be Shlomo Mintz, 19-year-
old Israeli protege of Isaac
Stern; Leonid Kogan, Igor
Oistrach and Yitzhak Perl-
man. Perlman will also play
in an unusual concert for
two solo violins with Pin-
chas Zukerman.

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The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

THE CARRY-OUT
corned beef sandwich isn't
what it used to be . . . We
were on such a "kick" and
received shocking revela-
tions . . One sandwich
was made up of pieces and
scraps . . . When the deli
owner was told about it, he
asked, "119*; did it taste?"
. . . This gent was also
asked why there was no
mustard . . . and he replied,
"We only put on mustard if
it is requested" . . . In other
words, the countermen
there don't ask if the person
wants mustard or not . . .
just take it for granted that
they don't.
In another instance at
least a packet of mustard
was included just in case the
person did . . . Froin a dif-
ferent delicatessen came an
unwrapped old pickle on top
of the sandwich, making the
bread quite soggy . . A
couple of others had tiny
pieces of bread so it would
look like a lot of meat. •
Did you ever see a fat
sandwich? . . . That's one
with mostly fat netween
two slices of bread , . . One
deli had the nerve to send
this out . . . Another big
complaint was bread sand-
wiches . . . Meat sliced thin
and piled in the center . . .
thereby eating only bread
until you got to the meat.
Only three delicatessens
met up to the proper re-
quirements . . . Irving's,
Sam's on Seven Mile and
Max's . . . In fairness, let
us say that all delicates-
sens were not included.
This was our first experi-
ence-in a long time with car-
ry-out corned beef sand-
wiches . . . and found it
most disillusioning . . .
Whether it be a carry-out
from - a delicatessen, bar b q
rib and chicken or whatever,
a person 'doesn't have to be a
psychiatrist, psycholOgist or
gourmet to tell you that one
of the most appetizing bits
in food is its presentation
. . . We can't go along with
the deli owner who in-
ferred, that what's the dif-
ference how it looks as long
as it tastes good . . . Not at
these prices!
Oh, for those 12th Street
days when a corned beef
sandwich was a corned beef
sandwich . . . Nates, Ben &
George's, Boesky's, Bolo-
ton's, etc. . . . It would
seem that today, delicates-
sens going on their reputa-
tions are getting mighty,
mighty careless.
ON A HILL OVER-
LOOKING Eight Mile be-
tween Lahser and Tele-
graph, is the new Alfredo's
Italian restaurant.. . . with
$5.95 the theme for every-
thing except foods from the
broiler . . . This includes
nine veal and nine seafood
dishes . . . No charge for
children five and under . . .
It seats 110 and is the only
place we know of with both
an antipasto and salad bar
. . Chef Georgio Rinaldo is
well noted for his Italian
cuisine of high standard
ability.
RESPONSE COME
FROM Howard Jacobs,

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evening dining room man-
ager at the Clamdiggers
cm Grand -River regarding
item about local folks who
wrote in about being told
they didn't need-a reserva-
tion, but upon getting
there discovered other-
wise.
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cease it without a reserve--
tiesibeg dee to the large
volume-Apt „parties without,
reservatimis, there can be
a long waiting time. If you
are wilting to wait, we will
be able to seat you for din-
ner."
NOT TOO LONG ago,
Spanky Wilson was one of
the hottest things going in
the female vocal field . . .
and now she's back with a
new album and an engage-
ment in the Detroit Playboy
Club Living Room, James
Couzens and Greenfield . . .
lasting through July 26 . . .
Reservations are recom-
mended for Spanky, who
belts 'em out with musical
dynamite.
MONTH OF JULY has
Early Bird specials for folks
coming in before 9 4p.m.
Monday through Friday at
the Farm House, pff 1-75
and Nine Mile in Hazel Park
. . . strip steak, corned beef
and cabbage, deep-fried
flounder or veal parmesan
. .. Complete dinners from
relishes to coffee or tea . . .
all $5.
SUNDOWN, featuring
Jean Stafford, headlines the
funfest for listeners and
dancers at Francesco's on
Michigan in Dearborn . .
They're a most popular
group back for a return en-
gagement at this fine spot.
COMPLAINT COMES
IN about the New York
Bagel on 12 Mile and Ever-
green . . . Reader says
clerks are bagging bagels
without tissues and han-
dling money with the same
hands . . (What about
some eateries where help
wipe hands on dirty aprons,
and go back to making sand-
wiches.)
SCOTCH 'N SIRLOIN
is still owned by Jerry and
Arlyn Meyerson.
DR. HOWARD BEAD-
NER at Henry Ford Hospi-
tal, recommends the French
cuisine of La Nicoise restau-
rant in Georgetown . . .
next time you're in the
Washington, D.C. area .
Waiters are on roller skates
. . and the food is great '-,
says Howard.
MUSIC MAN SUPER'
. . . on the sax, clarinet,
vibes . . . Bob Snyder is
with his group at the Inter-
lude, 12 Mile in Warren . . .
Tuesdays through Satur-
days.
PICKLE BARREL deli-
catessen in Evergreen Plaza
is taking five feet from next
door for a separate exit . . .
eliminating the same entr-
ance and exit congestion bit.
BILLY DANIELS is on
stage tonight and Saturday
at db's Club of Hyatt Re-
(Continued on Page 27)

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