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May 05, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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28 Friday, May 5, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel PTO Plans Lunch Thursday–

The Hillel Day School
Parent-Teacher Organiza-
tion and the Friends of

Hillel will host a combined
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the Knob-in-the-

COMPLETE DINNER

LIVER & ONIONS

CHINA
GATE

WE USE TOP QUALITY MEAT ONLY!
INCLUDES:
SOUP OF THE DAY, $
SALAD, POTATO,
VEGETABLE, TEA OR COFFEE

425

ONE WEEK ONLY—MAY 5 THRU MAY 12

ROSE and
IRVING GUTTMAN

IS OPEN AT
Pine Lake Mall

OPEN FROM 6 a.m.
TUES. THRU SUN.

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG LAKE
ft LONE PINE

Invite You

To See Why

851-5540

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

Ift

*

VaS

Woods Apts. club house.
The fifth grade class will
provide entertainment.
Friends of Hillel is com-
posed of grandparents,
alumni parents, former stu-
dents and supporters of the
day school. For reserva-
tions, call the day school,
851-2394.

3

27167
GREENFIELD

1 Wk. N. of 11 Mile

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*

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Next to Great Scott Mkt. — *
TRY ROSES
*
559-1380
* BLINTZES & PANCAKES
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** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

FINAL PURCHASE

agreement for Raleigh
House by Moslem Temple,
Detroit, was made April 1,
with former owner, In-
terstate United, agreeing to
operate it until June 25 ...
Shriners take over July 1,
undecided as to whether it
will be solely a mosque or
with complete catering.
Illustrious Potentate
Billy Semanson would like-
to see the Picadilly De-
licatessen Restaurant re-
vived solely for Shriners
and friends . . . Fez owners
would show paid up dues
cards.
ERRATA...The name
is Norma Stern, not Stein
. . . lass who will head the
Jewish cooking classes in
June for Nell Benedict's
Continental Cuisine School
of Cooking in Royal Oak.

MORE WAITERS AND

waitresses can take note of
Phil Cooper at Town &
Country Club in Southfield
. . . as he tells everyone, "It
was an honor and a pleasure
waiting on you."
CHEF AT Alfredo's on
W. Eight Mile and Beech, is
Ernie De Michel.
LOOK FOR Marvin

CHEF
71,1K lite 1.1TiiiL

-HOW

. - eacr..9tIerS

r

U.S. team takes
international grand
prize in contest

U.S. team accepts grand prize at First International Con-
ference and Exhibition on Jewish Culinary Art.

U.S. team members bar-
gained for their supplies in
Jerusalem's Arab Market and
transported finished food and
displays through city traffic
from the kitchens of the King
David Hotel to the convention
center.
In addition to chef
Eichenauer, who is executive

Chef Andersson Was Also On
The 1976 U.S. Team At The
Culinary Olympics In Frankfort.

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas,
Gala Celebrations

shrimp cocktail for 99 cents
. . . You may shortly be
getting it for that price at
Marvin Gardens.
If waitress Paula Musilek
is any indication of the help
at Marvin Gardens, folks
can certainly ask for little

more . . . She's pleasant,
always smiling, most con-
genial and knows her busi-

ness.
ACROSS THE HALL at
Jacques is super evening
waitress Mary Ellen
Mekeed . . and excellent

day and evening captain
Dave Gundy.
The new executive chef at

Jacques, Sture Andersson,
was one of the members of
the United States team that
took first place in this year's
first International Confer-
ence and Exhibition of
Culinary Art, at
Jerusalem's Binyanei
Ha'ooma.
Andersson and the U.S.
team took 21 gold medals,
eight silver medals and two
special "peace" medals as
well as the grand prize.
DID YOU KNOW there
were anti-acid tablets ap-
proved strictly for
Passover? . . . Rabbi Israel
Halpern says they were on
sale.

beverage director at the
Ramada Inn of Southfield.

CALIFORNIA TAKE

HEED ... Kathy Kosins,
daughter of Marilyn and
Harry Kosins, is on her way
there to take you by storm.
Singing only a year-
and-a-half, 24-year-old
Kathy already has the poise
and presentation that

comes with many more
years of experience . . .

He Won 2 Gold Medals and 1 Silver

Also Catering On the Garden

gourmet delicatessen.
How would you like a

DENNY GOLDBERG,
son of Betty and Jack
Goldberg, is now food and

PETIT JAKDIN

JERUSALEM—The United
States Culinary Team took the
grand prize in the first Inter-
national Conference and Ex-
hibit on Jewish Culinary Art
here.
In addition to the grand
prize, the U.S. team, headed by
chef Franz Eichenauer, took 21
gold medals, eight silver
medals and two special'
"Peace" medals.
With chefs from many coun-
tries competing in hot and cold
food categories including
"dairy lunch" and "poultry
dinner," the exhibit attracted
international attention. A live
TV broadcast featured demon-
strations of chocolate and wa-
termelon sculptures.

Gardens on Telegraph to
perhaps soon become a .

chef with General Fbods, the
U.S. team included: Sture An-
derson, the Pinehurst Hotel;
Claude Baills, the George Lang
Corp.; Gerold Berger, Mar-
riott's Essex House; Gerhard
Daniels, Lufthansa Airlines;
Gunter Heiland, Omni Inter-
national Hotel; and Claude
Swartvagher, the River Club.

Medal For Top Honors In Israel

ON TELEGRAPH
North of 12 Mile

PIa fl J. \KI )I\

For Reservations:

Call 642-1373

And her voice is such that
sells a song with ambition
. . . Kathy's contrast of
tonal volume is a definite
asset to her offerings . . .
and the difficult numbers
are presented as if they
were written just for her.
Contemporary and jazz
rhythm singing is no easy
task by itself, but Kathy has
mastered her vocal rendi-
tions with hardly a fault.
We saw her on Sunday
last week at Yesterdays, in
Sheraton-Southfield . .
soloing and harmonizing
with the five-part harmony
of New Dice . . and excel-
lent songstress, Carol Hall.
Kathy's voice, ability and

confidence should make her
a winner ... She's a sweet
girl, her parents are won-
derful people ... we wish
Kathy the best.
PEPSI COLA, which

until last year had no food
service chain, now owns
Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.

STAR DANCE, a five-

piece contemporary vocal/

instrumental group, is back
at Top of the Pontch, 25th
floor of Hotel Pontchart-
rain, Tuesday through
Saturday.

They'll be there through
May 27, with everything
from top 40 tunes to old
standards . . . In addition
to performing together for
the past six months, Star
Dance members have all
had extensive musical
backgrounds with other
groups plus recording and
commercial work.

NEW RESTAURANT

in Keego Harbor, a mile
from Orchard Lake Rd., is
owned by Ciro and Jerry
Spigno . . . It's called Ciro's
Family Dining and Pizzeria
. . . a 100-seater of choice
Italian and American dis-
hes . . . Ciro's is already
becoming noted for its fine
antipasto salad.
THOSE WHO WENT to
Chicago often or lived there
would remember the Pixley
and Ehlers chain of
cafeterias that once dotted
the downtown Loop section
. . . For the first time since
it opened in 1926, the
chain's 24-hour-a-day,
seven-days-a-week cafe-
teria closed its doors.
The first Pixley and
Ehlers opened in 1899 and
rapidly grew popular for its
freshly prepared food and
reasonably priced meals.
Coffee-craving office
workers jammed the units
in early mornings, while af-

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Relax,

enjoy good
food and drink
at moderate cost

At the Rion Roodhouse, you will
relax in the cornfort•ble surround-
ings of • contemporary roadismise
and enjoy honest portions of
hearty food, !tonal drinks and
great entertainment without •
corer charge or Increased prices.
Any way you look at it. we're one of
the best values around. Come, find
out Inc yourself!

3951

14 MIs Rt

2 Naas E. d Wad Ian

133-1N1
ir.inS1.11-Za.a.10.141 g.a.

OPEN
MOTHER'S DAY
2 to 9 p.m.

998 W. Huron .

I bac. W. of Tol-Huron Comer
3 talks. S. of Pordiac Moll

681-2161

Serving These Goodies
For 35 Years

Baby Spare Ribs . . . our
own onion rings . . . onion
soup . . . strip steaks .. .
short ribs . . . burgers .. .
chicken . . . liver 'n onions
. . . fresh fish . . . shrimp
salads . . . roast duckling.

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( Piano Entertainment,
By

MANI
ALLEN
(& FRIENDS)

"Pacldri 'am in -

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TIM SAT., in to It,

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