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June 01, 1979 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-01

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THE RE911 1111SH NEWS

Friday, June 1, 1979

1/4

Continued from Page 29)

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)

UAM1LY TAVER
AND

624-6660

NCiffilhOrhOOd.fiatherinii PlaCC

Dining & Cocktails

36470 MORAVIAN
1 Block South of 16 Mile

*4

Clinton Township
(See Easy .Map Below)

gri

• Veal Parmigiana • Excellent Veal Dishes
• Veal and Steak Siciliano • Home Made Pasta

Elegant Dining In A Relaxed Atmosphere
.Separate Cocktail Lounge

2 PRIVATE BANQUET
ROOMS

We Cater To Small
Parties

16 MILE RD.

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OPEN 7 DAYS
MON.-THURS., 11 a.m.-12 Mid. z
FRI., 11 a.m.-1 a.m.
SAT., 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
SUN., 12 noon-9 p.m.

The Best of Everything

11/4

15 MILE

RD.

After from 4 to 9 p.m., have
just two prices . . . $3.95 and
$4.95 . . . with choices of 21
entrees, five home-made
soups, etc.
Those great desserts
(Henry's cheesecake, tortes,
etc.) are half price with any
of the dinners until June 15.
15.
CORRECTION . . . Al-
bert's Hamburgers is on
Grand River, two blocks
north of Six Mile . . . Bill
Kaufman of Kaufman Res-
taurant Supplies says
they're among the best
around.
COULD BE THAT an-
other restaurant will be
built on Southfield Rd. . . .
just south of 13 Mile . . . on
site of former Knights of
Columbus.
BEST FRESH fruit plat-
ter anywhere . . . Topinka's
Country House, W. Seven
Mile Rd. and Telegraph.
A BEST BET OF the
Weekend . . . today through
Sunday . . . fifth Annual In-
ternational Ethnic Festival
by Farmington Community
Center.

LOUISE AND CARL
GREENBERG were at the

Fish Market in Toronto .. .
Carl ordered Finan Haddie
and two poached eggs .. .
The waitress came back and
said the chef wouldn't make
it because they don't go to-
gether . . . Carl told her to
bring him an order of Fin-
nan Haddie and an order of

Our new chef
doesn't
serve
subpoenas.

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 its 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

luile

Loa vies

Restaurant and Bar

t( -

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

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

poached eggs . . . . She re-
turned again, saying the
chef refused because he
knew what Carl was going
to do!
LORI JACOBS will be
at Lofy's on Tireman in
Dearborn . . . Tuesday
through June 30.

Ruth Laredo Album Released

Former Detroiter Ruth
Meckler Laredo has just
completed her fifth volume
in her recordings of
Rachmaninoff: The Com-
plete Works for Solo Piano.

Columbia Records album
features pieces by Chopin,
Bach, Bizet, Rimsky-
Korsakov, Schubert, Men-
delssohn, Tchaikovsky and
Mussorgsky.

the
Besides
Rachmaninoff works, the

A prudent man con-
cealeth shame.

,

FROM DELICATES-
SEN to real estate . . . that's

Sy Guttman, son of Rose
and Irving Guttman, for-
merly working in California
and here at Irving's ... to
Farbman, Stein & Co. in
Troy.

EXCELLENT MUSI-
CIAN - arranger and all-

around fine guy, Mel Ball, is
at Yesterdays of Sheraton-
Southfield on W. Nine Mile
. . . with group Colours.
OLD WEST Steak House
on W. Seven Mile, west of
Middlebelt, is only open for
dinners . . . 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
. . . It is the former Cordoba
and Pedro of Mexico spot.
NEW NAME of Vine-
yards is Coco's.

IRWIN BERT MEISEL

was a Chinese interpreter
during the Korean War .. .
speaking and writing
Chinese fluently . . . Only
trouble he has is getting
most Chinese waitresses to
understand him!

Artist Exhibits
Works in Troy

Artist Linda Zalla will
show her collage paintings
in a group exhibit through
June 23 at the Troy Gallery,
in the Top of Troy building.
Mrs. Zalla recently won a
watercolor award at the
Scarab Club of Detroit in a
watercolor exhibition.

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

VOTED NUMBER ONE BY:

• CHANNEL 2 • DETROIT NEWS • DETROIT FREE PRESS

Buddy's Pizza

Our Second Location
14156 E. 12 MILE, Warren

11125 CONANT, Cor. McNichols

892-9001

777.3400

Carry-out only

Cbateaubria9d
is r;ot 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

Israeli Ships
Traverse Suez

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three Israeli Navy landing ,
craft passed through the
Suez Canal from south to
north Tuesday and were
given a warm reception by
the Egyptians. They were
honored by leading a convoy
of almoSt 40 vessels that
were sailing from Suez to.
Port Said.
The Egyptian ambas-
sador that came on baord
the leading landing' craft,
the Ahziv, presented flow-
ers to the commanding offi-
cer. The Israeli seamen, in
white uniforms, were
cheered all along the canal.
By midday the vessels
reached the Bitter Lakes,
midway in the Suez Canal,
where they anchored to en-
able the passage- of the
southbound convoy.

is pleased to announce

MEADOW BROOK
MUSIC FESTIVAL

lawn tickets available
at our usual special price!

JUNE 24 — "That's Music by

George!" DETROIT SYMPHONY
POPS — Works by Gershwin with
MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS
conducting and EARL WILD on
piano.

Orthodox Archive

JUNE 29

NEW YORK — An at-
tempt to reconstruct the
history of Orthodox
Judaism in America is now
-in its second year as a result
of a project undertaken by
Agudath Israel of America.
In 1978, the National Arc-
hives for Orthodox Jewry
was established and
thousands of documents of
the 57-year-old history of
Agudath Israel of America
have been assembled and
catalogued.

...plus many more!



DIZZY GILLESPIE



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