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April 25, 1980 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, April 25, 1980

Pro Mozart Society Concert Set

The Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit will present
its 21st annual concert 3:30
p.m. May 4 at the Grosse
Pointe War Memorial.
Artistic and music direc-
tors are Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes and Lawrence La-
Gore. The participating ar-
tists will be sopranos, Roma
Riddell and Earnestine
Nimmons; tenor, Edward
Kingins; baritone, Tom
Pedersen; pianist, Ruth
Burczyk; and harpist, De-
borah Feld. It will mark Ms.
Feld's debut in the Detroit
area. She is the daughter of
Dr. Julius Feld of Far-
mington Hills.
In addition to composi-
tions by Mozart, Chopin,
Bizet and Tchaikowsky, a
concert paraphrase of
Johann Strauss' "Valses "

arranged by Alfred Gruen-
feld will be part of the pro-
gram.
For tickets, contact Mrs.
George Roumell, 11327
South Crestling, Romeo,
48067, 1-752-4405, or the
concert box office. There is a
charge.

State Department Arabists

The Best of Everything

some innocent people un-
fairly, ,there can be no ques-
(A Seven Arts Feature)
tion that this hostile resolu- (Continued from Page 33)
Few actions have enraged tion is the handiwork of Tony Jacques on drums.
the Jewish community and Arabist cells in the State
MANAGER OF THE
undoubtedly other thought- Department who for de- soon-to-open Stafford's of
ful people as has the recent cades have been both anti- Oak Park on Coolidge and
UN vote by the Carter Ad- Jewish as well as anti-
Nine Mile Rd. will be Sam
ministration that would Israel.
"Chris" Christodoulou.
lead to the dismemberment
FIFTH ANNIVER-
Just read Arthlir Morse's
Newsletter for
of Jerusalem and to the book, "While Six Million SARY year celebration for
making of a PLO state.
Died," and you will find brothers Nick and Kostas
Survivors' Kin
New York Mayor Edward chapter and verse on how Karageorgos, starts this
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Koch sought to pin this these anti-Jewish and Thursday at their Dimitris
The Simon Wiesenthal Cen-
clearly anti-Israel, and in- anti-human faceless Nikos on Woodward, two
ter for Holocaust Studies of deed anti-Camp David ac- bureaucrats maneuvered blocks north of 11 Mile .. .
Yeshiva University of Los tion, on "the Gang of Five." the State Department for Specials for breakfast,
Angeles has created a quar-
While this is a rather eight months, thereby con- lunch and dinner will be
terly newsletter for children sweeping charge that tars tributing to the certain Nick's and Kostas' way of
of Holocaust survivors.
death of thousands of saying "thanks" to everyone
The newsletter includes a
Jewish children who for their fine success.
directory of organizations of Social Security
perished in Nazi cre-
MERIWETHER'S Res-
children of survivors. The for Survivors?
matoria. It took a feisty taurant comes to the local
first issue was published in
President Truman to break
WASHINGTON (JTA) — out of their clutches finally area . . . and with them a lit-
February.
Legislation has been intro- and to recognize Israel be- tle bit of England.
The first one here of the
duced in both houses of fore they were able to do
SERVING
Canadian
chain is at Tele-
Congress to help Holocaust their number on him.
graph north of 10 Mile Rd'.,
DELICIOUS
survivors qualify for Social
Who is the secret gov-
Security benefits they are ernment in the State De- with emphasis on intimate
unable to receive now be- partment? Who voted dining . . . Most of the rooms
cause the records of their them into office? To are like library-style dens
. . . with bookshelves, turn-
naturalization as U.S. citi- whom are they account-
OLD TYME DELI
of-the century antiques, and
zens contain errors with re-
able?
waiters and waitresses
SANDWICHES
spect to their birth dates.
The hearings of the Se- dressed in Edwardian-style
DESSERT FANTASIES
The legislation was in- nate and House Foreign Re- • costumes . . . Bartenders
troduced by Rep: William lations Committees on this sport vests and derbies.
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
Hughes (D-N.J.) and Sen. so-called communications
There are signs all over
• LATE SNACKS
Richard Schweiker (R-Pa.). foul-up at the UN sought to . . . like "Brevity is the soul
SUN. THRU THURS. 8 a.m. to 12 Mid. Schweiker ,pointed out that throw its searchlight on of wit" . . . or "Reading
"women prisoners in Nazi these questions as well as on without reflecting is like
FRI. & SAT. 8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.
camps above the age of 30 other aspects of this sorry dining without digesting."
A Favorite Spot For Late
were often put to death and and dangerous mess.
One room called "The
Eating And Meeting
many prisoners under-
Tower," seating only
4286 N. WOODWARD
Quotation is the highest about 14 people . . . has an
stated their ages to avoid
Between 13 it 14
compliment.
execution."
extremely high ceiling
4 110 ■ Ift. 576-1588
with wheel-like beams, a
huge antique chandelier
(they're all over
Meriwether's), stained
glass windows, books,
tapestry, mirrors and an-
tique pictures.
Another room called "The
Wine Cellar" seats 27, has a
low ceiling, books and an-
tique pictures . there's a .
dining area with tables,
tall, very-intimate booths,
another huge antique chan-
delier and antiques galore.
° Meriwether's restaurants
are patterned after Cana-
da's successful Crock &
Block restaurants, 21 of
which have opened in On-
tario over the past seven
years, the most recent in
Windsor.
live entertainment at our ever popular
Only $35.00 a day to experience all the
"Meriwether's does not
specialize in any single
"Yesterdays."
service and quality our hotel is famous
category of food but offers a
This special weekend rate applies to
for. And for $10.00 more you can have
variety of menu items, all at
single or double Occu-
an adjoining room for your
moderate prices, that ap-
pancy, Friday through
kids under 18. The lux-
peal to a broad range of
DON'T MISS LIST
Sunday, for up to four
lifestyles and age groups,"
urious accommodations
HENRY FORD MUSEUM*
says Fred Montgomery,
people per room.
and elegant surroundings
Meriwether's president.
Reserve a guest room for
GREENFIELD VILLAGE*
are all part of the atmos-
As in all Meriwether's
yourself or for out-of-town
restaurants, seating is
phere that is Sheraton-
TIGERS AT HOME
visitors. And get a taste of
for about 250 people ...
Southfield. Taste the
Apr. 25, 26, 27 Boston
It has a cocktail lounge
Sheraton-Southfield at
excellent dining of L.J.
and six dining rooms, all
about half the regular price.
Loophole's, then on to
furnished
with the very
"Best Little Whore House
interesting antiques.
In Texas"
The Meriwether's menu
at the Fischer Theater
Call 313-557-4800, or toll-free
through May
for both lunch or dinner is
800-325-3535,
iscounted tickets available at front
very casual . . . Sandwiches,
or see your travel agent.
desk to registered guests.
seasoned burgers and three
Mexican-style dishes are'
among the luncheon selec-
tions . . . from French dip to
soup to seafood salad . . . or
crepes and quiches, omelet-
tes and other specialty
salads.
Dinners include entree,
salad, fresh breads baked
SHERATON HOTELS & INNS, WORLDWIDE
at the restaurant, rice or
17017 WEST NINE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48075. 313/557-4800
potato and vegetable .

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

and range from British
steak and kidney pie to New
York strip . . . Among other
dinners are crab and chic-
ken crock, San Francisco
stir fry, broiled lamb chops
and prime rib.
Late-night snacks are
also featured at
Meriwether's, which has its
kitchen open until midnight
six nights a week, Monday
through Saturday . . . and
til 10 on Sunday. _
A second Meriwether', io

slated to open in June
Van Dyke in Warren.
HOPE TO SEE you this
Sunday around 2 p.m. .. .
That's when I'll be grilling
Big Mac hamburgers at
McDonald's on Greenfield
and 11 Mile . . . 25c from
every Big Mac that day will
go to the Ronald McDonald
House at Children's Hospi- -,.
tal in Detroit.
MYSTERY
THE
MUNCHER WRITES ...
"Potatoes aren't cheaper,
tomatoes aren't cheaper,
but now's the time to eat
out. That's the way it seems
when you see Detroit area
restaurants with wall-to-
wall people waiting to spend
their inflationary dollars on
a meal — that's if you can
find a space in the parking
lot.
'
"Speaking of parking lots,
it costs $2 to leave your car
in the one next to Midtown
Cafe on Woodward near
Maple Road in Birming-
ham. That's a hefty price
when you consider valet
parking is '50 cents unless
you're a. big tipper and give
the attendant a buck.
"Once inside the Midtown
Cafe and fortified with a
drink, you begin to feel a lit-
tle better about the $2 park-
ing tab. The atmosphere is
cozy and the service is lei--
surely — a euphemism for
`slow.' You' can't go wrong
ordering the fresh lake
trout which is tender and
tasty with a -soupcon of
melted parsley butter.
"The salad is so-so but the
creamy cucumber dressing
is zesty. Vegetables are a la
carte. Waiters and bus boys
make sure your cup is al-
ways filled with good, hot
coffee and you're seldom
asked if you want dessert or
an after-dinner drink. In
fact you even have to wait
for the check."

NOW

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CHARBURGERS

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This weekend
taste the luxury of
Sheraton-Southfield
for almost half the
regular price.

Israeli Jobs
Luring Arabs

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Sheraton
Southfield Hotel

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TEL AVIV (JTA)
dreds of Arab and Bedouin
workers from the Egyptian
administered areas of Si at
are entering Israel illet
to seek work and MK
Itzhaki has asked Labor
Minister Israel Katz to in-
vestigate the situation.
According to Itzhaki,
most are employed in the
housing and construction
trades but are forced to ac-
cept lower than standard
wages because they are in
the country illegally.

Teachers and school chil-
dren are society's most
beautiful ornaments.
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