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September 21, 1979 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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54 Friday, September 21, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Our Best Wishes
for A Happy New Year

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is happy to
join in wishing
its customers and
friends a

Healthful and
Joyous
NEW YEAR

Your hosts—
Gus Kokas

and

Jim Kokas

The Chamberlin
229(X) Mich i gan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn
Dearborn — 278-69(X)

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(The Best of Everything)

(Continued from Page 52)
. . . coming from the
Dunes' downstairs lounge
in Las Vegas . . . singing
and playing guitar on con-
temporary and modern
melodies.
HUNGARIAN VIL-
LAGE on Springwells is
now owned by community-
ite Harvey Urnovitz . . . It
is open Tuesday through
Sunday.
IS
SEPTEMBER
Michigan Harvest Month at
Tweeny's on N. Woodward
in Birmingham . . . with
Michigan's array of fresh
produce like Swiss chard
(little lemon cucumbers)
and kohl-rabi spotlighted
among others . . . Owner
Yvonne Gill-Davis was born
in New Zealand, where ag-
riculture is a big thing.
BESS BONNIER on
piano and Jack Brokensha
on vibes, with bass accom-
paniment by Joe Loduca,
plus a performance by the
Grunyons, a group of De-
troit area business and pro-
fessional men who sing for
recreation . . . and cham-
pagne and pastries . . .
Sound good? . . . It's tomor-
row at the Elegant Rum-
mage Sale by Women's Aux-
iliary of the Detroit Insti-
tute of Ophthalmology . .
institute parking lot on
southwest corner of Nottin-
gham and Jefferson in
Grosse Pointe Park . . .

do
the
Broiling!
lb.* Sirloin Strip Steak Dinner

1/2

NORTHLAND
CENTER

OPEN SUNDAY —11 am-9 pm
Monday - Thursday —11 am-9 30 pm
Friday & Saturday — 11 am-10 pm

$ 359

*

Donated rummage for the
sale will be picked up . . .
Call Kris Uppleger, 824-
4710.
PETER LENZ, recently
appointed general manager
of Somerset Inn of Troy, is
an Austrian who learned at
London's Savoy Hotel and
in Buckingham Palace,
where he was chef by invita-
tion of Queen Elizabeth H
. . . He is a poet, scuba di-
ver, race car driver and di-
rector of plays.
LORI JACOBS will be
at Raven Gallery, Green-
field north of 12 Mile, Sept.
28-30.
IT'S MAGIC Monday
through Saturday at Hur-
ley's in Northfield Hilton
through Sept. 29
Crooks Rd. at 1-75 in Troy
. . . a five-piece combo spe-
cializing in Top 40 and disco
jazz
MAIL DEPT.. . . Your
article on the Shores send-
ing gefilte fish to their kids
in San Diego, really hit
home. For the last four
years when we have gone
out to visit our son
Jonathan and our
daughter-in-law Pamela,
the two grandmas, Ruth
Halberg and Esther Levy,
spend a couple of weeks,
Grandma Ruth making
gefilte fish and cookies,
Nana (Levy) making
eggplant, sour cream twists,
cake, etc. The box weighs
20-25 pounds packed with
the goodies and of course I
cook soup, matzo balls, etc.
the month we visit.
"However, when brother
Charles went, Jonathan
said to me long distance,
"Mom, you've cooked, but
haven't really baked for us
all these years." So mom
baked 10 dozen chocolate
chip cookies and made
homemade studel and
Chuck took them out.
"Jonathan called with a
deal. He would pay for all
ingredients parcel post and
even pay me minimum
wage $2.90 an hour (sweet
kid) if I would send a care
package once a month.
However, Pamela said,
`Mother, if you love me,
don't. I have put on four
pounds in 10 days from your
sweets."
"Maybe we ought to form
a parents' group with kids
living in San Diego and
whoever is going, schlep the
care packages. By the way,
my Joe had to go to Zeman's
and buy chala and pumper-
nickle bread because from
home it tastes better.
But love is really a 76-
year-old and an 80-year-old
grandma standing and
cooking and baking."
—Diane Halberg
GROUP NOW MAK-
ING its debut at Top of the
Pontch, a lively foursome of
musicians-singers called
the L.A. Connection, has al-
ready established itself as a
popular attraction at Chuck
Muer's Sarasota, Fla. Char-
ley's -Crab restaurant.
Contemporary music,
with an inclination toward
show tunes, characterizes
the L.A. Connection's reper-
toire . . . They're booked
through Sept. 29.

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2150 WOODWARD, Just N. of Square Lake Rd.
Next to Kingswood Theater 334-4727

Staff and Management

Wish Their
Friends and Customers
The Very Best
For A Healthy and Happy

NEW YEAR

.

CAFE FIOR

Mexican and Italian Food
Wishes All
Its Friends & Customers
A Very Healthy And
Happy New Year
HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 11 to 11
Fri. 11 to 12—Sat. 12 to 12—Sun. •2to 10

OUR PIZZA VOTED #1 BY WXYZ-TV
29155 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 M ILE
IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

357-3280

•••••••••••••*3-*
The Employees and
Management Heartily
Wish their Customers
and Friends

A VERY HEALTHY AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR



OUR ANNUAL SUMMER *

DINNER SPECIALS e


♦ •

MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS, 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

• STUFFED PEPPER
• STUFFED CABBAGE
• STUFFED KISHKE
SALAMI OR BALOGNA & EGGS
V • CORNED BEEF & EGGS
Includes: Cup of Soup, Bread and Butter



$750;

ROAST CHICKEN
WITH STUFFING
$350
per person
, 1/2 Springer

Includes: Cup of Soup & Vegetables

$1 OFF

50
per person





ON ALL OTHER DINNER ITEMS
FROM OUR REGULAR MENU

ORIGINAL ESQUIRE'S FAMOUS

CHICKEN LIVERS

with Fried Onions

A
V

4
4

Includes: Cup of Soup, Cooked Veg., Bread & Butter

•HARRY WEISS'

ORIGINAL ESQUIRE
RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN


353-4999k
411 MILE AT LAHSER

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