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May 18, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, May 18, 1919

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining .
Lunches and Dinners

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Livernols) UN 2-6455

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NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS,'

4 p.m. to 12 Mid.

From A -Snack To A
Complete Dinner

ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS FOR LUNCH

1402 S. COMMERCE

(Near the
intersection at Maple/15 & Pontiac Trail)

624-6660

LFAMILYTAVER

NtilthbOrhoodWallicring Place

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27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just

85 1 -4094
Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

Off U.S. 696

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ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD

PRIVATE CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITIES
BUSIESMEN'S LUNCHEONS (Including Catch Of The
Day & Super Salads)
• DINNERS

CATERING FOR
ANY OCCASION
HOME, CLUB
OR OFFICE

TOM
ALTENBURG

AT THE PIANO BAR
• TUES. THRU SAT.

riT

he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 31)
FINE FOODS Ethnic
Festival, "A Taste of De-
troit," today through Sun-
day at Hart Plaza, foot of
Woodward, brings an ad-
venture in eating.
About two dozen restau-
rants in greater Detroit
area will offer mini-
servings of their menu spe-
cialties from noon to 11 p.m.
in the new ethnic festival
facilities on the lower level
of the plaza.
Sponsored by the Michi-
gan Restaurant Associa-
tion, "A Taste of Detroit"
leads off the ethnic festival
weekends, providing all
types of foods to satisfy pa-
lates of gourmets, nibblers
and those with a sweet
tooth.
Entertainment sched-
uled throughout the fes-
tival will include a dance
troupe, puppets, musi-
cians, vocalists and Las
Vegas-type show groups
. A disco featuring
WDIV? dj Jim Ryan is
slated May 18.
"A Taste of Detroit" will
include Porter Street Sta-
tion, Charley's Raw Bar,
Bull Market, Kingsley Inn,
Jim's Garage, Dearborn
Inn, Paradiso Cafe, Win
Schuler's, Magic Pan, King
John's, Schmid Haus,
Nemo's, Woodbridge
Tavern, Elias Bros. Big Boy,
La Cave, Schweizer's, Re-
mbrandt's Roadster and
Van Rijn's Deli, Brother's
Bar-B-Q, Don's Chuck Wa-
gon, Machus Enterprises,
"Ciro's, Angie Grillo and
Lefkofsky's Deli.
DICK MURPHY'S 18-
piece music makers with
the big band sound, are
every Sunday 8 p.m. to 12
midnight at Angie,'s Or-
chard Lake Rd., two blocks
south of 14 Mile . . . After 12
is disco.
Tuesdays, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
at Angie's is Latin Disco
Night with dj Don Oke .. .

Plan Your Next Affair At

• Bar Mitzvas • Bat Mitzvas • Sweet 16's
• Banquets • Showers • Parties For All 06casions

Excellent Facilities Available For
Wedding Ceremony and Receptions

Plus A 160-Room Hotel For Your Guests

LUNCHEONS MON. THRU SAT. FROM 11 a.m.
DINNER MON. THRU SAT. FROM 5 p.m. SUN. 1 to 10 p.m.

LATE NIGHT ALA CARTE MENU MON.-SAT., 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

SUNDAY IS BRUNCH DAY

Served From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

One of Michigan's Most Elegant
Arrays of All-You-Can-Eat Delights,
Including 14 Hot Entrees

WOODWARD S. OF LONG LAKE RD.
Bloomfield Hills

$595

per person

Reservations Accepted

644 1400

-

Thursday, 8 to 12 mid. is
Ladies Night . . . no cover
for the gals . . . and reduced
drink prices.
PEOPLE ARE RAV-
ING about the chicken at
Bill Kim's Adam's Rib on
Greenfield and 10 Mile.
REMEMBER DO-
LORES GONZALEZ? ...
Those older or within her
age bracket might . . . She
'was the jitterbug champ
years back at Frank Bar-
baro's Bowery . . . later
headed the kitchen in 1970
at the Afterglow Lounge on
W. McNichols . . . then
barmaid and hostess at
Pinkey's On The Boulevard
. . . and more recently wait-
ress at a northwest dining
spot.
Dolores has completely
changed her image . . . She
is now bosslady at Dolore's
B. Sims Boutique in Top of
Troy building, Suite 149, on
Big Beaver (16 Mile) .. .
going from dining to dresses
and other women's apparel.
She originally majored in
retailing plus color and de-
sign . . . and keeps her hand
sort of in the show biz life by
putting on fashion shows.
CLAM EATERS were
recently able to order their
cherrystones and contrib-
ute to research for a clam-
related cure for cancer at
the same time in Chuck
Muer restaurants.
Guests at nine of his
eateries in Michigan, Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Florida,
were asked to pay five cents
more for each clam, and
Chuck would match it .. .
sending the 10 cents per
clam along to Dr. Arline
Schmeer, director of marine
studies at the American
Medical Center at Denver,
Colo.
In a previous Clams for
Cancer fund raiser in 1976,
six Chuck Muer restaurants
raised $1,081 for Sister Ar-
line.
A Dominican nun, Sis-
ter Arline's 17-year study
has shown that a sub-.
stance called mercenene,
found in Littleneck, cher-
rystone and quahog
clams, kills human
cancer cells in tissue cul-
ture.
Although the substance
has been effective in mice
and tissue cultures, it has
not yet been synthesized for
use on human beings.
Newspaper stories have
told of some cancer patients,
in desperation, eating up to
a dozen raw clams a day, as
a diet supplement . . . In
some cases, their physicians
have written to Sister Ar-
line subsequently to say
there has been substantial
improvement.
She emphasizes, how-
ever, that eating clams is
not recommended as a sub-
stitute for recognized medi-
cal treatment of cancer.
KATHRYN CROSBY,
star of stage, film and tele-
vision, will be featured in
the lead role in the upcom-
ing Birmingham Theater
production "Ladyhouse
Blues" June 4-16 . . . The
play will conclude the sec-
(Continued on Page 33)

Israeli Prices Are Skyrocketing

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israelis were alarmed but
not surprised when the Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics
announced that the price
index soared by 8.7 percent
last month. The highest
monthly increase in 27
years without a drastic de-

valuation of the pound.
With April's figures in,
inflation during the first
four months of this year
amounted to 23.4 percent
and is currently running at
an annual rate of 88 per-
cent, one of the highest if
not the highest in the world.

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

VOTED NUMBER ONE BY:

• CHANNEL 2 • DETROIT NEWS • DETROIT FREE PRESS

13uddy's Pizza

11125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols

892-9001

(

Our Second Location
14156 E. 12 MILE, Warren

777-3400

Carry-out only

SLICED VEAL &
CHICKEN, STIRFRIED

With fresh Cantonese
vegetables, fried noodles

559 -4230

10 Mile at Southfield Rd.

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Get On The Right
Track!
And Keep Your
Steam

By Enjoying Our

NEW

DINNER
SPECIALS

A Differed Deice Nightly

SUN.-THURS., 4:30-8 p.m.
4286 N. WOODWARD

Between 13 & 14 Mlle

'11118.... 576-1588

air

Cbateaubria9d
is not a fipe wine.

It's an extraordinary
entree served for two.
A center cut of beef
tenderloin amid a
bouquetiere of
vegetables, Sauce
Bearnaise. Carved
at your table.

But like a
vintage wine,
Chateaubriand
is at its best
when shared.

NORTHFIELD HILTON INN
-- 5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

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