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May 04, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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Israel has the, third high-
est per capita university at-
tendance in the world, but
this year's higher education

budget is the smallest since
1959. Local Campaign funds
help support all of Israel's
universities.

TEE RYAN ROHM!

tions have been given up by
staff of waitresses to be 'Elias l3rothers . . . The
mighty proud of . . . The Fast Freddy's and its
four lassies who handled limited menu concept lasted
Crescent Shrine Club's re- only about two years . . .
cent dinner meeting were They were formerly Roy
all top-notchers . . . doing Rogers units that Elias
excellent jobs that brought Bros. had converted.
many words of acclaim from
THE WAITERS, BUS-
the large group of fine- BOYS and captain (six of
fezzers and guests.
them) at the Bijou on South-
The waitresses were . .
field, last week, were in
Nancy Gronowski . . . Beth good voice in wishing our
Belshaw . . . Debbie brother-in-law Morrie Eps-
Schaub . . . and Dottie To- tein a happy birthday.
milenko . . . all serving cof-
celebration
Dinner
fee with one hand and tea
(Continued on Page 34)
with the other . . . Their
xx: 4
pleasant, most knowledge-
able ways were highly ap-
preciated by all who
attended.

939-1800

14 MILE at RYAN

MON.-SAT.

.

15% OFF

SPECIAL

4 to 6 p.m.

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS,
AL.A CARTE, APPETIZERS, DINNERS, ETC.

Sorry, No Entertainment 79 Coupons or Credit Cards For This Great Special!

RIIISHAW INN

851:6400

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

Carry Outs
Available

THE TROUPE OF

SULTAN'S TABLE

557-5035

25060 SOUTHFIELD & 10 MILE

EXCELLENT AMERICAN CUISINE

By Chef Sam Fenton

COMPLETE DINNERS

SERVED MOH.-SAT. FROM 5 p.m.

HAPPY TIME 4:30-1
BUSINESSMEN'S
`..UNCHEONS 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2 FOR 1 COCKTAILS/

"Pizza lovers should try Buddy's Pizza"
James Beard, New YOrk Times

VOTED NUMBER ONE BY:

• CHANNEL 2 • DETROIT NEWS • DETROIT FREE PRESS

892-9001

Our Second Location
14156 E. 12 MILE, Warren

777-3400

Carry-out only

c.

A
VERY HAPPY

MOTHER'S DAY

SUN.,. MAY 13
AT

565-4848'

SUTTON DELI

FAMOUS CARRY-OUT SPECIALS

CORNED BEEF
OR PASTRAMI
I LEAN CORNED BEEF

POTATO
SALAD OR
COLE SLAW

79

$399

lb. b.

$

499 lb.

I

OLD-FASHIONED

lb.

DILL
PICKLES

20c each

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

TUES.-FRI. 6 to 7 p.m.

23145 LAHS
AT 9 MILE

SAT. 6 to 4 p.m.

SUN. 8:30 to 3

3 5 7-5656i

Pianist Rudolf Serkin
will perform with the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra,
under the baton of Antal

L.A. Cites Israel

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Board of Public Works
agreed to officially change
the name of Pico Blvd. to
Jerusalem Blvd. in honor of
Israel's 31st anniversary.
The change will take place
May 20.

The Arab League in-
cludes 22 separate Arab
states, five million square
miles and 140 million
people.

Dorati, 8:30 p.m. Saturday
and 3:30 p.m. Sunday at
Ford Auditorium.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auuditorium box'
office.

Folk Dancing
in Southfield

Israeli and international
folk dancing are held 7 p.m.
Tuesdays at Southfield'
High School, House B
cafeteria.
The beginner session is
held at 7, with the advanced
group meeting at 8.
- There is a nominal
charge. For information,
call Sunny Segal, 967-3129.

geo Aothek C'Wttk Jove

Dinner Served 12 noon to 9:30 p.m.

Quiet Relaxed Atmosphere

BLOOMFIELD

ABOUT DELIS OF yes-
teryears . Flashenberg's
was on Linwood near El-
mhurst around 1945 . . .
formerly London's . . .
Linwood then also had Abe
Boesky's Blaine Delicates-
sen on Blaine . . . Lou's
owned by Lou Loewy near
Pingree . . . and others.

6560 Orchard Lake Rd. • 626-1587

Our new chef
doesn't
serve
subpoenas.

RICHARD JERZY,

8470 N. TELEGRAPH, 1/2 BLK. S. OF JOY RD.

Serkin Performs in DSO Concerts

Allow Us to Serve Your
Mother on Her Special Day.
Make Your Reservations . Early

musicians Martha, Dan and
Bob Birch, formerly known
as Birch & Co., will be
familiar to guests at Top' of
the Pontch on 25th floor of
Hotel Pontchartrain . . .
where they are appearing
through June 3.
Martha and Dan, a hus-
band and wife team, and his
brother Bob, all graduates
of Wayne State University's
music school, played the
Pontch just last August.
Now they have added a
new vocalist, Rebecca
Evans, a new percussionist,
Dennis Harrison . . The
musicians emphasize four-
part vocal harmonies in
their own arrangements of
Top 40 hits and disco
sounds.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS
NOW FOR

ar -

Comedians and Magicians
appears every _Tuesday,
9:30 til midnight, at Rober-
to's on Coolidge in Berkley.
NOVEL IDEA is brunch
at Hyatt Regency in Dear-
born for Mother's Day, May
13, with tables around the
indoor pool an elegant buf-
fet set-up prepared by La
Rotisserie, 9:30 to 3:30 p.m.

THE
NAME
"LIFELINE" is new but

Buddy's Pizza

11125 CONANT, Car. McNichols 1

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 32)

OUR RIBS ARE THE BEST!

Friday, May 4,1979 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

whose exhibit of arts and
watercolors will be shown 2
to 5 p.m. May 12, at Arwin
Galleries on Grand River at
Washington Blvd., also
teaches at the Center for
Creative Studies in Detroit.
Sheila Sloan says people
tell her that they just leave
odd fruits, vegetables,
plants, etc. on the doorstep
of his Indian Village home
when in the neighborhood
. . . and the materials wind
up in his art.

REASON WHY Richelle

Sawyer, sweet young, effi-
cient waitress at Orginal
Pancake Shouse, on 10
Mile, noons and evenings,
spells her first name that
way is because of being
named after dad, Richard
Sawyer.
THE THREE Fast Fred-
dy's Food Factory opera

-

Much to L. J. Loophole's displeasure,
Chef Jean Cosperec refuses to serve
subpoenas at lunch or dinner.

He does, however, serve the most tan-
talizing dishes you can imagine. Or
rather, he can imagine. Because each
of his specials is his own creation. So
you'll never taste it anywhere but here.
Which is just how L. J. wants it.

As for culinary credentials, Chef Jean
was voted 1977 Chef of the Year by the
Chef's Club in Detroit. Strong evi-
dence. But it's really your testimony
we want.

Ask for a taste of Chef Jean's imagina-
tion. You won't be served a subpoena
in return.

Food for your habeas corpus

L.J.Loopholdt

Restaurant and Bar

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

SHERATON HOTELS & INNS. WORLDWIDE
17017 W NINE MILE ROAD AT I-696. SOUTHFIELD 557-4800

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