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April 13, 1979 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 28) you want and come back as
sure doesn't need anything many times as you want."
to promote business . . . The . You just wouldn't be-
entertainment is actually lieve what this gent piled on
not there for this reason .. . his tray . . . and even more
It's just another of Pat's giv- amazing, he ate it all! .. .
ing ways in doing things for Obviously, he didn't feel
his multitude of customers like making extra trips so
from every walk of life .. . took his food for a week all
at the same time . . . some of
celebrities on down.
The new entertainment is every entree, plus whatever
a good group . . . strictly for else came with them . . . No,
listening . . . no dancing .. . there was nobody to help
from 9 p.m. Tuesday him out . . . As that com-
through Saturday . . . Quar- mercial used to say, "He ate .
tet includes fine songstress the whole thing."
If you're really hungry
Cloe Martin backed by a
and don't want to spend
t*
E WORLD TURNS much money . . . Carter
eventually comes back House is your best bet .. .

as of yesteryears in some Food is good and prices
form or another . . . Case of downright and unbelieva-
Spiro "Steve" Zotos at bly cheap.
TAKING OVER the cat-
Spiro's Coney Island on
Greenfield and Lincoln, ering at Hamilton Place,
when he ran the excellent former Town & Country
Biffs years ago on Wood- Club on Southfield, may be
ward and Six Mile, Hy a local, popular restaurant.
SAM PANZICA'S
Wiener used to be with
Grand Packing and Plymouth Landing on Main
supplied him with the St. in Plymouth is slated to
yum-yum hamburgers .. . open approximately April
Today, Hy is with Park 20 . . . It's the old Daisy Air
Commissary in Warren .. . Rifle factory . . . First floor
and again supplies Steve will be Sam's restaurant .. .
with those real good ham- second and third floors will
be offices.
burgers.
EVER CHECK THE
Also with Steve and part-
ner Mike Witzynski at bathroom when you go into
Spiro's is Chris Zotos, who a restaurant? . . . In many
for 14 years used to have the instances, you'll find that if
very popular and well re- the one for your sex is kept
membered Village Fine clean, so is the kitchen .. .
Foods on Southfield and 13 and the place you've gone to
Mile . . . Brother Steve_ was is a good one.
One of the cleanest and
with Chris until 1969 when
he returned to handle oper- best manicured restrooms
around- is at the Tunnel
ations-ome again forlliffs.
Robin, Mike's wife, is Bar-B-Q on Northwestern,
childbirth-due in May, but just north of 12 Mile .. .
still behind the counter Things at Tunnel also seem
to have fallen into place .. .
smiling and working.
Steve will be worshipful Much better service, coor-
master next year of his St. dination, and the ribs are
now those same ones you get
Nicholas 568 Masonic lodge
. . . and is a member of at Tunnel Bar-B-Q in
Windsor . . . A customs ar-
Roseville Shrine Club.
FORMER LOCALE of rangement allows them
Candy's, next to Restaurant brought across the border
Duglass in the Farrell by truck directly to the res-
taurant.
Plaza, Southfield and 121/2
BILL KAUFMAN of
Mile, will be an 80-seat
Kaufman Restaurant Sup-
lunch and dinner sit-down
and carry-out bar-b-q rib ply on Grand River says the
operation opening about hamburgers at Albert's on
Grand River near Outer Dr.
April 20 . . . Partners will be
are among the best in town.
Dave Raben and Mike Chu-
dler . . . and the phone
LONDON CHOP
number will be 557-RIBS.
HOUSE boasts three fel-
JEAN MC GEE, former lows behind the bar who
bar manager at Sidney-Hill total 73 years of service ..
and Town & Country Club, and they're among the best
is now assistant manager at anythere . . . Jose Reyes, 34,
Dewey's in Michigan Inn on Ray Dominguez, 23, and
Leonard Zack, 16 years.
J.L. Hudson Dr.
This trio of - expert
New look at Michigan
Inn's Coffee Gardens makes mixologists and - Les
it mighty summery . . . and Gruber's public relations
much more like a garden .. . experts are the real unsung
with all the hanging green- backbones at London Chop
, d) (real, not those dust col- House . . . It's guys like
these that really make a
,
ors).
lus manager of the Cof- place..
At the piano is Bobby
fee Gardens, Frieda
Krusiewicz, also has charge Laurel's trio . . . a well-
of the well-operated 550- balanced combo for good lis-
room service . . . one of the tening and dancing .. .
few with 24-hour avail- Bobby is still a top notcher
on the vocals and piano styl-
ability.
"I HAVE A QUES- ing . . . seeming to get even
TION," customer at Carter better with his distinct
House all-you-can-eat res- abilities.
OLD WEST STEAK
taurant on W. Eight Mile
said . . . "If I can't get it all HOUSE opened last week
on one dish, can I have an- on Seven Mile Rd. west of
Ar 'other?" . . . "Sure," said Don Middlebelt . . . where Cor-
- Corsetti, owner with Jim doba's and Pedro's of Mexico
(Continued on Page 30)
Carter, "take as much as

I

ME RYAN ROAIMOUSE

Jewish Mayor for Norwich

LONDON—Mrs. Valerie
Guttsman will be only the
second Jewish Lord Mayor
in the 139-year history of
Norwich, England, a pre-
dominantly Jewish corn-
munity, following her in-
stallation in May.
A gap of 67 years sepa-
rates her from the first
Jewish Lord Mayor, Arthur
Michael Samuel, who
served the city from 1912 to
1913.
Mrs. Guttsman was born
in Slovakia. In 1939, after
witnessing Nazi soldiers
marching through the
streets of Prague, she joined
a group of German-Jewish
students and escaped to
England.
After learning to speak
English and holding jobs
in many different fields,

Mrs. Guttsman turned to
politics. She was elected
to the city council of
Norwich in 1965. Active
on both the city and
county councils — she
was elected to the county
position in 1974 — Mrs.
Guttsman sits on no
fewer than 38 committees
and sub-committees. She
is chairman of the social
services committee.

Friday, April 13, 1919 29 °

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OUR RIBS ARE THE BEST!

939-1800
14 MILE at RYAN
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MI II

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
Invite You To See Why

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* We Are #1

* In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

Passport Change

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli passports will now be
written in English and He-
brew, rather than English
and French. French has
been used for 30 years in
recognition of France's
strong support for Israel
when the state was estab-
lished.

27167
GREENFIELD

1 Blk. No. of 11 Mlle
Next to Great Scott Mkt.

*

559-1380

WE ARE CLOSED DURING
THE PASSOVER HOLIDAY
AND WILL REOPEN AT
6 a.m., FRIDAY, APRIL 20

INTRODUCING TIIE

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Prime Rib • Fresh Fish Teriyaki Chicken

Dinners - include salad, bread and your choice of baked potato,
rice or french fries.

Sunday, Noon to 4 pm. Monday thru Thursday, 5 to 7 pm.

Phone today for reservations.

MOUNTAIN
ACES

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Spirit:

Warren, 574-1040

Southfield, 557-0570

Troy, 689-7920
Farmington Hills, 476-5333

Warren, 574-9440

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